Miss Jellybean has put together some fun summer titles for your child to listen to. https://5il.co/ifvv
Mobile Food Program TODAY 10:30 - Noon at Door #1
Special Board Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, July 21, 2020 https://5il.co/id4m
365 days of watching the progress...400+ photos... feeling the excitement build as we watch a dream come true for the Rocket Nation. Going through photos tonight and enjoying the journey. Thank you to the New Lisbon community for making this happen. We cannot wait to step on the field to cheer on our Rockets! #RocketPride. https://youtu.be/nnlsX1RSiVs
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A huge shout out to the Rocket Nation for honoring our teacher Miss Cauley on her 90th birthday! She was overwhelmed with love receiving 236 cards for her big day! What a joy we brought to her day. Miss Cauley taught for the New Lisbon School District for over 40 years sharing her love of teaching with hundreds of children. PHOTO: 1971-72 Grade 3 Girls - BACK: Jayne Turner, Kristie McDonald, Miss Cauley, Jeanne Georgeson FRONT: Lisa Clark, Kathy Ness, Peggy Smith
Juneau County Fall COVID Update https://5il.co/i9jr
Job Vacancy: Part-time Kitchen Help Wanted
Close up of track fence. The athletic complex looks amazing!
Thank you Mr. (Ben) Morey for coming in to accept this check from Mitotec! New Lisbon recently received a FAB lab grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. New Lisbon School District was awarded over $9,000 to update their facility and to expand their abilities. The Norman Munson Foundation (connected to Mitotec Precision) gave another $1000 on top of that to the New Lisbon School District to expand even further. We are honored to be close partners with the New Lisbon schools and are very excited for them for receiving this grant!
The fence is up on the west side of the track. The higher section for preventing baseballs traveling outside of their zone and shorter section in background is the back curve by drainage pond.
MESSAGE FROM MR. ENGLEBRETSON, SUPERINTENDENT Read full letter here: https://5il.co/i71d
WATCH: New Lisbon School Athletic Director update on fall sports https://youtu.be/mIVe2glF_yM
YOUR INPUT NEEDED ON TITLE I ACTION PLAN Parent involvement is the number one predictor of early literacy success. (NEA 2007) Therefore we need your input to develop New Lisbon Elementary's School-wide Plan. Please view the school action plan, Title I presentation, and COMPLETE the survey by July 31st. The school-wide action plan is also provided below for your review. TAKE SURVEY: https://rb.gy/wtehby VIEW: School District Action Plan: https://5il.co/i1pp WATCH Title I Presentation http://newlisbonwi.apptegy.us/o/new-lisbon-school-district/page/title-i--197?fbclid=IwAR3tPihgG3n0FMeH9eyt01JCaT5ziVcVQ3X1dWdjfqlcYkTxy-sKx6dnVs8
Don't forget about our school digital library available all summer 24/7 for your reading needs. Titles for all reading and age levels. Contact Ms. Turner for login information. https://newlisbonwi.libraryreserve.com/10/45/en/Default.htm
Too hot to go outside tomorrow? Check out the cool digital titles for the younger grades available on our school digital library. Download the Overdrive app on your mobile device. No worries about COVID or returning on time. Available 24/7. https://newlisbonwi.libraryreserve.com/10/45/en/Default.htm
Face Coverings In Schools https://5il.co/i024
July 13, 2020 School Board Agenda has been posted https://5il.co/hzzr
Mobile Food Program Monday, July 6.
WELCOME MR. ENGLEBRETSON Today we welcome Mr. Adam Englebretson to the Rocket family as our NEW District Administrator! We look forward to working with you! ----------------------- [From Juneau County Star Times] New Lisbon School District has hired Mauston graduate Adam Englebretson as the new superintendent, replacing outgoing superintendent Dennis Birr at the close of the current school year. The New Lisbon School Board chose Englebretson after a months’ long search that saw more than 30 candidates apply during two rounds of applications. “He was easily my personal choice,” said Birr. “He has such a good perspective on education, on leadership, he understands working with people, he has good communication skills and will be a collaborative-type person. I’m really excited he’ll be the next person taking over for New Lisbon.” The board received 24 applicants during the first round of applications, after which a select group was interviewed by Birr, the board, a community group and staff members. The board was unable to come to terms on a contract, and opened up the interview process for a second round which saw nine applicants apply. Due to COVID-19, the three applicants chosen to interview from the second round were interviewed only by Birr and the board. “We were surprised how many good applicants there were,” Birr said. “All three interviews were really good choices, but Adam, to me, just stood head and shoulders above everyone else.” Englebretson grew up in Mauston and graduated from Mauston High School in 1997. He earned an undergraduate degree from UW-La Crosse with a double major in history and secondary education and a minor in political science. Englebretson then completed his Master’s Degree in educational leadership at UW-Milwaukee, and will finish his Doctorate in the spring of 2021. “I worked at the New Lisbon pool growing up in high school and college, forming relationships with not only the coworkers but the families and kids in the district,” Englebretson said. “It’s exciting to return back to that area that was so welcoming to me. It’s a great opportunity to give back to the communities who helped shape who you are.” Currently, Englebretson is the high school principal at Random Lake High School, where he has worked for the previous six years. He started his career as a social studies teacher in the Plymouth School District, then moved to the Clinton School District as an activities director and assistant principal, and then the Sheboygan School District as a principal of curriculum and instruction. “This is kind of a unique year, it allows us some flexibility to allow us to be in multiple places virtually at the same time,” Englebretson said. “I don’t know, beyond my initial research… what their focus is right now, but certainly we want to continue with the things they’ve been working towards and continue building in a positive direction.”