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Schools

Wed
20
Jan

UW System funding falls behind peers, threatening its competitiveness

The University of Wisconsin System and its flagship university are falling behind their peers in key financial metrics, as a tuition freeze, declining enrollment, stagnant state funding, and lackluster growth in research spending threaten their long-term competitiveness.

Wed
20
Jan

Little Chute School Board approves COVID-19 supplemental leave policy

The Little Chute School Board approved at a meeting last week a district-sponsored COVID-19 supplemental leave policy available to employees through March 31

Wed
20
Jan

Kimberly school board presented with five-year budget forecast

Director of Business Services Becky Hansen presented the Kimberly Board of Education with the district’s five-year budget forecast at its regular meeting last Monday evening.

Wed
13
Jan

Kaukauna High School names December students of the month


Twelve Kaukauna High School students were selected as students of the month for December. Top: Taylor Bartels, Paige Butts, Maya Ebben and Parker Herrmann. Middle: Alexa Kinas, MaryJayne Kolosso, Jacob Myhill and Jenna Rankinen. Bottom: Natalie Sanderfoot, Makaley VanAsten, Ethan Yang and Logan Young/Submitted photo

Kaukauna High School has selected 12 students as students of the month for December of the 2020-21 school year. Students are selected by a staff member in each department in the school.                                                                                                        

Art: Ethan Yang, Grade 12

Wed
06
Jan

UW System funding falls behind peers, threatening its competitiveness

The University of Wisconsin System and its flagship university are falling behind their peers in key financial metrics, as a tuition freeze, declining enrollment, stagnant state funding, and lackluster growth in research spending threaten their long-term competitiveness.

Wed
23
Dec

PCCS students travel to spread holiday cheer


Brian Roebke photo

The K-Kids at Park Community Charter School is the “Kiwanis Club for Kids.”

Currently, the club has fourth graders participating, with hope the third graders can join them later in the school year as COVID-19 decreases.

Wed
23
Dec

School tax levy increases continue for coming year

Amid a pandemic and global recession, school districts are increasing property taxes for the coming year by 3.3 percent — lower than last year’s 4.5 percent but still the second-highest percentage since 2010.

Wed
23
Dec

Little Chute School Board approves elementary office assistant position

The Little Chute School Board approved a 10-month elementary clerical/health assistant position at last week’s meeting.

Wed
23
Dec

Kimberly school board discusses COVID, summer school at regular meeting

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education discussed the district’s tentative plans for summer school in 2021, extended the district’s COVID leave for staff past the end of this year and held another discussion on COVID updates at its regular meeting last Monday evening.

Wed
23
Dec

Kaukauna School District sticking with learning plan despite parent pleas to go full time

Mike Campbell, parent of three students in Kaukauna schools appearing at the second straight board meeting, failed to get movement from the KASD Board of Education at last week’s meeting to move middle and high school students back to school full time after the break.

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