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Roosevelt and Wilson Earn School Recognition Awards

Roosevelt and Wilson Elementary Schools have been honored as 2019-20 Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition Award recipients by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.   Roosevelt was chosen in the “High-Progress School” category and Wilson was selected as a “Beating-the-Odds School.” It is the third time in four years Roosevelt has...

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Neenah Visual Arts Classic Team Wins Regional

A group of 13 Neenah High School students captured first place in a regional competition to qualify for the Wisconsin Art Education Association State Visual Arts Classic. The event is scheduled for April 17 in Madison and may still be done through a virtual competition.   Each student is bringing a long term piece of art they have been working on in response to...

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Coenen Named Boys Volleyball Coach

Jake Coenen has been named the head varsity boys volleyball coach at Neenah High School.   Coenen currently serves as Neenah’s head junior varsity boys basketball coach. A Kimberly High School graduate, he was an honorable mention all-conference volleyball player for the Papermakers and played college basketball at UW-Fox Valley and Marian University. Coenen...

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Roosevelt Student Wins Carson Scholar Award

Roosevelt Elementary fifth grade student Mae Lauer has been selected as the winner of a $1,000 college scholarship from the Carson Scholars Fund.   The award was made possible by an endowed scholarship donation from former Roosevelt parents Dr. Doug and Kay Horan. The Horan family will honor a Roosevelt student every year. This is the fifth year of the award. The...

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Muraski Selected as Wisconsin Educator of Promise

Shattuck Middle School teacher Sarah Muraski has been one of 60 Educators of Promise by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction. Muraski will have the opportunity to collaborate with all of the winners during a three-day leadership retreat in July at Fort McCoy. The group was selected for having a strong potential for educational and community leadership.   The award...

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Shattuck Robotics Team Qualifies for Worlds

A team of three Shattuck Middle School students qualified for the VEX Robotics IQ Challenge World Championships after a fourth place finish at the state competition. Myah Wenzel, Lexi Dorner, and Julia Rangel earned a spot in the event, which was scheduled to be held in Louisville, Ky, but was canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.   It marks the second straight year...

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Spring Road Receives Healthy Schools Grant

Spring Road Elementary School is one of 25 Wisconsin schools to receive a $2,000 Healthy Schools Grant by the Mission: Health Kids program, a partnership of Children’s Wisconsin and Kohl’s Cares.   Mission: Healthy Kids promotes policy, systems, and environmental changes in schools that improve school community health specifically in the areas of...

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Five Selected to NJSD Hall of Fame

Five prominent alumni comprise the Neenah Joint School District’s sixth annual Hall of Fame class in 2020. Those inducted, pending Board of Education approval, are Dr. Gary Losse, Todd Patterson, Vern Wollerman, Marti (Schreier) Wronski and Robert Yablon. The group brings the total members of the Hall of Fame to 39.   The inductees were selected by a committee...

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Site Tests Favorable for Potential High School Location

The Neenah Joint School District Board of Education will receive an administrative recommendation to proceed with the purchase of a 217-acre property off County II following a due diligence period that included numerous environmental assessments. All findings were favorable for building a school on the site. The recommendation will occur at the February 18 Board of Education...

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