Neenah Schools Take Part in Bullying Awareness Day Numerous events were held in schools throughout the Neenah Joint School District on Nov. 26 as part of ?Bullying Awareness Day,? which was a joint effort between the school district and the city of Neenah.
NJSD Schools Rate High on State Report Cards All 12 Neenah Joint School District schools met state expectations and eight exceeded expectations in the recently released 2012-13 state report card data from the Department of Public Instruction.
Lakeview Students Sail Away on Lake Winnebago Students in Tricia Retzlaff's fourth and fifth grade magnet class at Lakeview Elementary School had the opportunity to hit the open water with a sailing activity funded through a grant by Plexus.
Shattuck Student Wins VFW Essay Contest! Katrina Straw, an eighth grader at Shattuck Middle School in Neenah, recently won the local VFW's essay contest on the topic of the importance and value of patriotism.
NJSD Staff Donates on their First Day! Neenah Joint School District staff contributed over 15 large boxes full of school supplies and about 1,200 pounds of food on its opening day of staff in-services on Tues., Aug. 27.
Five Schools Earn Movin' and Munchin' Grants Five Neenah elementary schools have been selected for "Movin' and Munchin'" grants by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to boost their health and wellness programs.
Neenah Students Excel During ACTs Students in the Neenah Joint School District once again performed well above the state average on ACT Tests during the 2012-13 school year with a 24.1 composite score.
Horace Mann Teachers Named Play 60 MVPs Three Horace Mann Middle School teachers are among 10 teachers statewide recognized as National Football League Play 60 MVPs for their work with the national wellness program.
Neenah Team Raises Money for Fan The Neenah High School boys? basketball team raised well over $1,000 in a car wash and brat fry to help one of its biggest fans on Saturday.
Junior Visual Arts Academy Keeps Neenah Students Busy in Summer Over one hundred Neenah Joint School District students in first through eighth grades are getting the opportunity to spend a week of their summer vacation drawing, painting and sculpting as part of the inaugural Junior Visual Arts Academy held at Neenah High School.
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