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Pickup Service Offered for Summer Lunches

Ten Neenah Schools Earn Project Lead the Way Distinction

Neenah Voters Approve New High School in Referendum

Free Lunch and Breakfasts Delivered During School Closure

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Pickup Service Offered for Summer Lunches

Free lunches and breakfasts will continue to be available during the summer through a drive-through, pick-up service. When considering recommendations for enhanced safety protocols, social distancing, staffing, as well as product on hand, the lunches will transition to a drive-through, pick-up operation. This transition will allow for hot menu options, including kid-favorites...

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Hintz Selected as Director of Human Resources

With nearly 20 years of experience in the field of human resources, Jami Hintz has been hired as the Neenah Joint School District Director of Human Resources.   Hintz spent nearly six years as the Director of Human Resources for the Green Bay Area Catholic Education (GRACE) school system. She replaces Vicky Holt, who is retiring after 31 years in the District and 21...

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Thompson and Swardenski Depart School Board

Two individuals who have combined to serve as president of the Neenah Joint School District Board of Education for the past 14 years both participated in their final meeting on April 21.   Scott Thompson, a 15-year veteran of the Board, and Michelle Swardenski, a seven-year Board member, chose not to seek re-election following the completion of their most recent...

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Neenah Voters Approve $114.9 Referendum

Students in the Neenah Joint School District will attend a new high school and have expanded space and facilities for all students in the fall of 2023 after voters supported the District’s first successful facilities referendum in over 25 years.   With the $114.9 million amount as well as $47 million of borrowing from the District budget, the District will...

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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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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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