Freshman Seminar Students Participate in Wellness Week Students in Neenah High Schools Freshman Seminar classes are participating in a first-time Wellness Week.
The week features a variety of workshops for students to attend to help them practice new ways to take care of themselves in times of stress, sadness and trouble. Each student will attend three sessions of their choice on three different days. Staff members are leading the sessions in a wide range of different activities.
Neenah High School to Host Veterans Day Activities Neenah High School will recognize local veterans with a Veterans Day celebration in Pickard Auditorium on Nov. 11. The event is open to the public and begins at 1:30 p.m. with doors opening at 1 p.m.
Helping Hands Craft Fair Set for Nov. 1 Neenah High School's Annual Helping Hands Art & Craft Fair, Saturday Nov. 1 from 9am - 3pm -Mark your calendars, bring a friend, and get your holiday shopping done early while supporting a great cause.
Neenah Hosts FVA Dig For the Cure Volleyball Tournament Oct. 18 The seventh annual Fox Valley Association "Dig for the Cure" volleyball event will be held at Neenah High School's Ron Einerson Fieldhouse on Oct. 18. The event is a fundraiser among all 10 Fox Valley Association schools to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
Kasper Receives Wisconsin Light of Wellness Healthy Behavior Award Sandy Kasper took a courageous journey on the road to significant lifestyle changes. After dropping over 60 pounds and regaining balance in her life, the Neenah Joint School District Administrative Assistant has been named the Light of Wellness Healthy Behavior Award winner by the Wellness Council of Wisconsin.
Neenah Homecoming Takes on a Bigger Purpose For the second straight year, Neenah High School?s Homecoming week will take on a bigger purpose, as events during the week will benefit the school?s Special Education Department in memory of a classmate.
Neenah Places Fifth in WSN Cup State All-Sports Standings Another banner athletics season with nine Fox Valley Association championships and six teams qualifying for state tournaments helped Neenah place fifth in the large schools division of the Wisconsin Sports Network Cup, which recognizes the state?s top overall athletic programs.
Olson Wins Congressional Art Contest Neenah High School senior Sarah Olson will have her artwork on display at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. after winning the Wisconsin 6th Congressional District Art Show in Fond du Lac.
Neenah Forensics Excels at State Competition The high school team had 12 students qualify for the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association meet in Madison on April 12 and all 12 brought home medals with top three finishes, including three first place performances.
Satellite Staff Receives NEWSPA Awards Staff members from Neenah High School's school newspaper, the Satellite, received several awards at the recent Northeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association (NEWSPA) Spring Conference in Oshkosh. Students submit writing, photographs and/or cartoons that are critiqued by professionals working in the field of Journalism, which are then ranked in the state.
Neenah Hall of Fame Seeks Committee Members The Neenah Joint School District is seeking individuals to serve on the inaugural selection committee and Board of Directors for its newly formed Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was approved by the Board of Education at its March 4, 2014 meeting and the first class will be inducted during Homecoming weekend in 2015.
Johnson Named Principal at Taft Elementary Taft Elementary School will have a familiar face in charge when it transitions to a kindergarten through fifth grade school this fall as Phil Johnson has been named the school's new principal.
Jones and Szymonski Receive Kohl Foundation Awards Shattuck Middle School teacher Chris Jones has been named a recipient of the Herb Kohl Fellowship by the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, Inc. In addition, Neenah High School senior Sophia Szymonski will receive an Excellence and Initiative Scholarship from the Foundation.
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