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Shawano Community High School

The American Legion sponsors a public speaking contest every year and preparations begin soon. Contest levels are local, district, state and national. The contest consists of two parts dealing with the Constitution, a prepared speech and an extemporaneous portion. The speech is given in January. Preparations begin mid-October. If interested please see Dr. Grams in Room 1113 by next Friday.

Mon
10
Oct

Creating future leaders

Bonduel High School plans to open doors for students to take part in their community through its new Youth in Governance course.

"Youth in Governance is a wonderful opportunity for our students to connect and network with our local government," instructor Matt Heling said. "The students will be attending County Board meetings, a specific committee meeting every month, and completing assignments related to the topics facing our local government."

Sat
08
Oct

Walk-a-thon raises money for school

The gleeful chatter of dozens of children filled the air over Kuckuk Park early Friday afternoon as staff, students and some family members came out for the annual St.

Sat
08
Oct

Walk-a-thon raises money for school

The gleeful chatter of dozens of children filled the air over Kuckuk Park early Friday afternoon as staff, students and some family members came out for the annual St. James Lutheran School fundraising Walk-A-Thon.

The students enjoyed the pleasant autumn weather as they leisurely made their way from school to the park for a picnic.

In the weeks leading up to the Walk-A-Thon, students and their families raised money for new technology equipment in the school.

Sat
08
Oct

Keshena students hauling food home

Menominee Indian School District is taking a proactive approach to make sure students are eating properly and that there is plenty of food in the home to better enable them to learn.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Volunteers spent Friday morning and afternoon filling backpacks with food to go home with 300 Keshena Primary School students from kindergarten to third grade.

Sat
08
Oct

Keshena students hauling food home

Menominee Indian School District is taking a proactive approach to make sure students are eating properly and that there is plenty of food in the home to better enable them to learn.

Volunteers spent Friday morning and afternoon filling backpacks with food to go home with 300 Keshena Primary School students from kindergarten to third grade. All told, 9,000 sacks' worth of food will be distributed over the course of the school year, with students going home every Friday with potatoes, cans of soup, fruits and other healthy necessities.

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