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Schools

Wed
23
Jun

Chris McDaniel selected as next Kaukauna High School principal


Chris McDaniel
Kaukauna Area School District has chosen Chris McDaniel for the role of Kaukauna High School Principal to succeed Corey Baumgartner, who’s leaving to become superintendent of Brillion Public Schools.
Wed
23
Jun

Retired teacher revisits the past at Kaukauna Alumni Rally


Brian Roebke photo/Rallymaster Al Borchardt displays an old coin purse from a Kaukauna business during his speech at Saturday’s Kaukauna Alumni Foundation rally at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown. Looking on are his wife Donna (right), and Alumni President Kelly Kelly and her husband Tim. See Borchardt’s speech on the Kaukauna Alumni Foundation1 YouTube page.
There are plenty of people in Kaukauna who have had a lot of orange and black in their wardrobe for years and Al Borchardt is certainly one of them.
Wed
16
Jun

Kaukauna High School drumline performs at Lambeau Field

Kaukauna High School drumline members performed Thursday at Lambeau Field along with Appleton East, Ashwaubenon, and Bay Port high schools as part of the New North Drum Line Competition, held in conjunction with the New North Summit at Lambeau Field.
Wed
16
Jun

KCHA scholarship awarded to Greenleaf’s Carlie Hendricks


Submitted photo/Carlie Hendricks, second left, displays a certificate honoring her as the recipient of the Kaukauna Community Health Associates’ 2021 scholarship. Making the grant presentation to Hendricks are, from left, KCHA scholarship committee members Carlene Enama, Sandy Van Zeeland and Jane Eiting.
Carlie Hendricks is the recipient of the 2021 Kaukauna Community Health Associates scholarship. The daughter of Michael and Amy Hendricks of Greenleaf receives $750 annually while she pursues a degree in Rehabilitation Science/Pre-Occupational Therapy at Concordia University of Wisconsin in Mequon. 
Wed
16
Jun

Peeters named Little Chute High School Student of the Month


Tim Peeters
The Kiwanis Club of Little Chute, in an effort to recognize Little Chute High School students who excel in their club activities, has developed an award to honor these particular students. 
The Student of the Month for the month of June is Tim Peeters, who is a Mustang Mentor.
Wed
09
Jun

Kimberly educator Henshaw named finalist for national award

Six Wisconsin educators, including Julia Henshaw, an eighth-grade mathematics teacher at J.R. Gerritts Middle School in Kimberly, were named finalists for the 2021 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. 
Wed
09
Jun

Little Chute School Board makes indoor and outdoor masking optional

Recognizing that some individuals, staff or student, would feel more comfortable wearing masks, while others felt safe not wearing masks, the Little Chute School Board voted at a special session last week to make indoor and outdoor masking optional for summer school and summer program participants.
Wed
02
Jun

Kimberly School Board votes to make masks optional for summer classes


Andrew Hanlon photo/Kimberly Area School District Board of Education President Montgomery Elmer addressed community members in attendance prior to discussing the issues of the district’s mask mandate.
The Kimberly Area School District Board of education voted unanimously to keep the district’s mask mandate through the end of the school year before removing the mandate June 4, allowing masks to be optional during summer school.
Wed
02
Jun

Dave Botz winding down 35-year career in education


Dave Botz
Traumatic moments when staff and students watched the Challenger rocket ship, carrying teacher Kristy McCullough, blow up and the airplanes crash into New York’s World Trade Center towers on 9/11 paled compared to the impact of COVID-19 on Little Chute School District students, teachers and administrators.

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