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Schools

Wed
23
Jun

Kaukauna High School names May students of the month


Submitted photo/Kaukauna High School named 12 students as students of the month for May. Top: Dominick Alvarado, Matthew Bartel, Griffin Boucher, Kiera Eddy. Middle: Matt Gorski, Samantha Hansen, Kassidy Johnson, Juan Olivera Montiel. Bottom: Ethan Rabideau, Marissa Schmitt, Kiana VanDinter, and Aidan VanEpern.
Kaukauna High School has selected 12 students as students of the month for May of the 2020-21 school year. Students are selected by a staff member in each department in the school.
 
Art: Samantha Hansen, Grade 11
Wed
23
Jun

Kaukauna, Kimberly students take part in WSMA High School State Honors Project

Some of Wisconsin’s finest young musicians are about to meet up for what could be the most rewarding musical experience of their lifetime – Wisconsin School Music Association’s 2021 High School State Honors Music Project, which kicks off with a summer camp in June.
Wed
23
Jun

Peerenboom receives Tavern League scholarship

The Outagamie County Tavern League awarded its first scholarship this year to Lillian Peerenboom.
In the past the league gave money to Fox Valley Technical College to distribute, but this year they added another scholarship, with the funds directly to the recipient, Lillian Peerenboom of Kimberly High School.
Wed
23
Jun

LCASD begins process to replace sod with turf at stadium

The Little Chute School District Board last week agreed to partner with a fundraising group to raise funds for the $1.2 million project to replace the sod on the football field with artificial turf and to upgrade the facility from strictly a football field to a multi-use field.
Wed
23
Jun

Former administrator Darrell Hofland to fill interim role at Little Chute

Contrary to the old saying, you can go home again. While circumstances may change and the horizon may have a different view, there often are opportunities in life to make a return home.
Wed
23
Jun

Kimberly School Board reviews 2021-22 preliminary budget at June 14 meeting

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education received the preliminary budget report for next school year during a presentation by Director of Business Services Becky Hansen at its recent meeting.
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. 

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