Dear Students and Parents, You will have the opportunity to order your New Lisbon Letter Jacket through Thursday, January 21st. Please click on the link and fill out your information. The sales representative will contact you for more information in 24-48 hours and to discuss the options for the down payment. Sizing instructions will also be discussed at this time. Below is the online link. https://form.jotform.com/mecasports/onlinejacketsbe Please see form (https://5il.co/olgs) for pricing information as well. A deposit of $100.00 is required to process the order. Make checks payable to Meca Sportswear. We will also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express for deposit or payment in full at time of order. Please feel free to contact me in advance should you have any questions at 715-379-0279. Sincerely, Brandon Ellefson Meca Sportswear Sales Representative
Congratulations Brianna Voss! Brianna has been selected by the NLHS faculty as December's Student of the Month! #RocketPride Comments on her nomination include: "Is a very kind individual who is always polite." "Brianna always has a positive attitude." "Always helping others!" "She is involved with FFA, and is the class president." "Brianna works very hard to get good grades, and cares about how she does." "She has a very positive attitude and is willing to help anyone." "She is conscientious of her school work, always doing her best." "She is involved in extra curricular activities and takes on leadership roles in whatever she does."
8th Grade Girls Basketball defeats Mauston in hoop action on 1-12-21
It's a DOUBLE VICTORY for the Lady Rockets tonight! The JV Rockets win 36-19 and Varsity come out on top 74-58! Way to go, Ladies!
Kwik Trip has just announced they are running a New Year's Flash Sale and increasing their support for organizations who use their Scrip card program. They have increased their payback from 5% to 21%. If you are looking for an easy gift, or are regularly filling up on gas, grabbing a Café Karuba beverage, or craving Tornados and Dunkers, we have Scrip cards available in the office in denominations of $50, $25, $20 and $10. If you are interested, please stop in to the High School Office. Thank you for supporting our district and the Education Foundation. Mr. Englebretson, District Administrator
Soup Saturday - January 9 - sponsored by the NL Booster Club. Many varieties of delicious soup. $4 bowl - 11:00 - 1:00 - early bird gets the soup.. sold out in 106 minutes last time.
Junior High Girls Basketball team sport photos this Thursday, January 7 at 3:15. Order form https://5il.co/oa6a
Congratulations to Chris Hart as being selected by Mrs. Costello as December's NLHS Art Student of the Month! Chris is one of the most meticulous students I have ever had. He works hard on everything he does and though his projects may take some time to complete, they are awesome! Congratulations Chris!
Classes resume today - Monday, January 4.
Back to school tomorrow - Monday, January 4! See you then!
NLHS Wrestling HOME vs Ithaca/Weston TOMORROW on 12/29 has been moved up to 3:00 start time.
The Holiday Handbell Concert has now been posted to our Facebook and website: http://newlisbonwi.apptegy.us/o/new-lisbon-school-district/page/holiday-concerts?mode=edit
ALL Holiday Concerts will be VIRTUAL this year and posted on our Facebook page AND website: Handbells/NLHS Band (Monday, December 21); Elementary/Junior High (Tuesday, December 22); NLHS Choir (Wednesday, December 23) Posted To Lf small
Don't have Facebook? View our Holiday Concerts on our website http://newlisbonwi.apptegy.us/o/new-lisbon-school-district/page/holiday-concerts?mode=edit
ATTENTION boys basketball and girls basketball ATHLETES who ordered Hometown Memory photos! Your orders were submitted promptly on the night of your photo shoot. The delivery is taking longer than usual as the professional printer is backed up with orders for the holiday season. Prints will be distributed as soon as they arrive. Thank you for your patience and support.
Looking for a Souper Deal The New Lisbon Booster Club will be selling soup out of the booth located in the parking lot just before the dam as you leave New Lisbon, this Saturday from 11:00 - 1:00. All proceeds go to the New Lisbon Booster Club to help athletics and clubs. These are tough times for schools and kids, so come out and support them. Cost is $4 a bowl, everything will be drive up and pick up (everything will be prepackaged) and you will just have to warm it up. We will also have a bin there for nonperishable goods to give to the food pantry and we will have a bin there for new toys that will be given to the proper people. Dates - 12/12 and 1/9 Menu for 12/12 1. Cheesy Broccoli 2. Chicken Noodle 3. Chicken Wild Rice 4. Chicken Tortilla 5. Chili Hope to see everyone this Saturday 12/12 11:00 - 1:00
NLHS Girls Basketball SENIOR NIGHT - December 8; PARENTS NIGHT - December 10
American service members put their lives on the line to defend the citizens of their country. They protect the freedoms we often take for granted, and uphold the principles and laws that govern us and make our nation unique. These people deserve more than our thanks – they deserve ongoing care and consideration. Some items that veterans are in need of are clothing, food and household items. Student Council will have boxes for you to donate items in front of the HS office as well as the detailed list of needed items. We will be collecting items until Christmas!
Seniors: Reminder to turn in your senior surveys, will and quote sheet to Ms. Costello as soon as possible. Please be sure to write your name on it. Don't forget to get your senior picture to her also. Remember a vertical headshot is preferred. All are due December 18th!
We are now taking orders for the 2020-2021 yearbook. Our unique yearbook with the theme "Not What We Expected" is $40 and it something you don't want to miss out on! Please bring your cash or a check written to New Lisbon Schools to Ms. Costello and she will give you a receipt and reserve you a copy. If you didn't get last year's yearbook there are still copies available for only $35. See Ms Costello to get yours.
Attention New Lisbon Rockets- Are you looking for that perfect Christmas gift? Mr. Morey’s Design and Engineering class has exactly what you're looking for. What is this gift you ask? Christmas ornaments that come in 10 different styles. We will be accepting orders from December 7th through December 18th. Order forms are available in the High School and Elementary offices. See Mr. Morey for more information.
Welcome December! This month's newsletters are now available for download. All are sponsored by the New Lisbon Schools Media Center. Home & School https://5il.co/nerm Math + Science (Beginner) https://5il.co/nero Math + Science (Intermediate) https://5il.co/nerp Nutrition Nuggets https://5il.co/ners Teen Food & Fitness https://5il.co/neru
The December edition of Building Readers is now available for download. This great newsletter helps parents with tips and tricks to encourage literacy in the home. Building Readers is sponsored by our Media Center. https://5il.co/n6ey
NLHS Girls Basketball will have their individual and team photos taken on Friday, December 4. Photos make great gifts for the upcoming holidays. Order Form: https://5il.co/n35i
PFAFF LEADS 7TH GRADE VICTORS; BERNDSEN AND MOREY LEAD 8TH GRADE TO VICTORY In Junior High boys basketball last night (11-19), the Rockets traveled to Ontario to take on Brookwood. The seventh grade came out victorious by a score of 32-25. Carter Pfaff was the leading scorer and rebounder. Rookie coach Gunnar Pedersen picked up his first of many career wins. The 8th grade boys also defeated the Falcons, 36-11. Austin Berndsen and Brayen Morey scored 10 points each and Brayen, Evan Macrafic and Ethan Forschler led the Rockets in rebounds. Next up for New Lisbon is a home match up against the Royall Panthers on Tuesday, November 24th. 7th grade will tip off @ 5:30 with the 8th grade game to follow. Good luck boys! Both games will be streaming live on the Just a Game app.
The Junior High boys basketball teams hosted Hillsboro last night (11-17) for their first home games of the season. In 7th grade action, the Rockets played hard, but lost both games. Carter Pfaff led New Lisbon with 22 points and 20 rebounds in game number one. Jamesen Pfaff was the team leader in assists for both games. 6th grader Grady Barfknecht scored 14 points for New Lisbon in game number two. The 8th grade boys played very well and won both games. Game number one saw the Rockets edge Hillsboro 37-34. Scoring in double figures for New Lisbon were Brayen Morey with 18 points and Austin Berndsen with 10. The leading rebounders were Morey, Ethan Forschler and Evan Macrafic. New Lisbon also won game two by a score of 32-22. Brayen scored 13 points and Austin scored 12 to lead the way. Sixth graders Sehraj Grewal and Jude Keltner helped out as did 8th graders Gavin Clough and Kasen Edgerton. It was a total team victory. Next up for the Rockets, they will travel to Ontraio to take on Brookwood with the 7th grade tipping off @ 5:30 and the 8th grade game to follow after completion of the 7th grade game. Good luck to both squads!
Games will be live streamed tonight at Just-A-Game website/app. https://justagamelive.com/clients/new-lisbon-schools
New Lisbon FFA is once again hosting its annual Cheese and Sausage Fundraiser. We have an online ordering option this year! The fundraiser ends on December 1st. Items will be delivered on December 17th. Cheese is coming from Carr Valley and sausage is coming from Wisconsin River Meats. Contact Mrs. Dorn if you have questions - email@example.com https://bit.ly/nlffacheeseandsausage
Sporting events will be live streamed from our gyms. Download the JUST A GAME LIVE APP to your mobile device. Find the NL schedule, choose game to view. NO COST. Both gyms will be available for viewing. If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Coach Bever.
NLHS Girls Basketball practice begins today! Individual and team photos will be taken on Friday, December 4 at 3:30. Mark your calendars. Order Form: https://5il.co/n35i
Congratulations to Carson Welter for being selected by his teacher Mrs. Pedersen as October's Student of the Month for General Science. Mrs. Pedersen states, "He is focused, respectful, and goal-oriented. Carson strives for a 4.0 GPA and inspires to be a doctor. He is an exemplary student leader in the classroom.
Congratulations to Taylor VanTreese as Mrs. Costello's pick for October's Art Student of the Month. Mrs. Costello states, "Although Taylor is attending class virtually as an independent advanced art student, she is connecting every day with me for class. She asks questions and is always looking for ways to improve her work by asking questions and trying new things. I miss seeing her in person but am grateful that I can see her on the screen each day."
Otto Wilkinson was not only a local hero, but national one making state news. In this clip, you will see him and his wife Carol share the book, "USS Missouri" made with New Lisbon School students in Mrs. Walker's and Ms. Turner's summer school class. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD7Drogdeoc&fbclid=IwAR2PDxYiHJjG8EHrqI0pbTos7CrOL6RrcQvncRIN6wzLMjOdy8u-_saRqG0
YEARBOOK STAFF SELLING WREATHS AND TREES It's that time of year again! I know some of you have already started decorating for Christmas and I know everyone would love a fresh wreath or tree in their home. The yearbook staff will be selling wreaths and trees only until Friday (Friday, November 13) of this week. If you would like to order, please let me know what you would like by Friday. Money is not due until you receive your items. Thanks so much!! Mrs. Costello, NLHS Yearbook Adviser Order Form: https://5il.co/mw2g
KORBEIN NLHS STUDENT OF THE MONTH Congratulations to William Korbein as being selected by the NLHS faculty of October's Student of the Month. The staff had many kind comments on his nomination form. "William is a strong student who strives to do his best in everything he takes on." "He does a lot of volunteer work through GIVE AND on his own time." "Is a valuable member of the forensics team." "William is polite and respectful to everyone." "As a teacher assistant, he works diligently in uploading assignments/tests into Schoology." "He is very detail-oriented and figures out ways to make sure the information is in the best format for the students." "In STEM, he is completely committed to his research project and wants to learn more to develop skills that will benefit him in the future."
November's issue of Building Readers sponsored by the New Lisbon Schools Media Center is now available. https://5il.co/mpgl
November is here and this month's newsletters are now available for download. These publications are great resources sponsored by the New Lisbon Schools Media Center. Home & School https://5il.co/mnww Math + Science Beginner https://5il.co/mnwx Math + Science Intermediate https://5il.co/mnwy Nutrition Nuggets https://5il.co/mnwz Teen Food & Fitness https://5il.co/mnx0
Congratulations to Owen Jones for taking 5th place at the 2020 WIAA State Cross Country Meet!
Remember to turn your clocks back one hour Saturday night before going to bed. Daylight Savings ends on November 1.
GIRLS BASKETBALL GEAR NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE Support the NLHS Girls Basketball team with some Rocket Gear! You can purchase items online in 3 easy steps: 1. Scan the QR code or go to: https://newlisbongirlsbasketball-20.itemorder.com 2. Choose your items and add them to your cart 3. Securely checkout with your credit card Online store deadline: Monday, November 9, 2020
Congratulations to OWEN JONES who earned his ticket to the WIAA Cross Country State Meet on Saturday, October 31. Best of luck, Owen! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments.
NEW DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD The Distinguished Alumni Award has been established to honor the accomplishments of New Lisbon High School graduates who have distinguished themselves as role models, individuals who have excelled in their professions, or who have made significant contributions to their communities on a local, regional, national, or international level. Nominees must meet the following criteria: • A graduate of New Lisbon High School • At least 10 years have passed since the nominee graduated from New Lisbon High School. • Made a significant achievement in her or his career, and/ or noteworthy contributions to society on a local, regional, national, or international level. Nomination Process: Nominations of candidates will take place over a three-month period beginning in October. Applications will be accepted through December 31st. The selection committee will review the nominations in January and select the award recipient. Nominations will be kept on-file and reviewed each year. The committee will include current and former educators, administrators, teachers and students. The recipient will be notified and asked to speak at the graduation ceremony. The recipient’s accomplishments will be permanently displayed on a plaque hanging in the school will receive an award to proudly display in her/ his home. Award information is also available on our school website under EXPLORE > ABOUT US > DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD. Nomination Form: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSddtMXNEDCKjDu0V9…/viewform
ATTENTION ROCKET FANS If you are attending WIAA Cross Country Sectionals on Friday, you need to contact the high school office for tickets. Tickets are ONLY sold until tomorrow at 2:00. ~Coach Bever, Athletic Director
ATTENTION PARENTS AND COMMUNITY In cooperation with the City of New Lisbon Police Department, Fire Department, and Emergency Medical Services, the School District of New Lisbon is asking for your help in creating a safer environment for our students and staff. Beginning on Monday, October 26, 2020, the District will be leaving sixteen (16) parking spots outside of the elementary school entrance for families to use when dropping off and picking up their children. Please do not park along the curb for an extended period (30+ seconds), as the fire lane needs to be clear if an emergency occurs. As always, please drive carefully in the loading/unloading circle as children are always present. Thank you again for your cooperation.
HART RECEIVES NLHS SEPTEMBER ART STUDENT OF THE MONTH Congratulations to Jaiden Hart as being selected by Mrs. Costello for September's Art Student of the Month. Mrs. Costello states, "Jaiden is in an independent study art class where projects and mediums used are set by me and the student. I couldn't ask for a more positive, dedicated student as Jaiden. She not only sets challenging goals and strives to reach them but also is inquisitive and wants to learn more." Way to go, Jaiden! Your hard work and dedication is evident to your peers and teachers. #RocketPride
The Family and Consumer Education Student of the Month for September was Peyton Torkelson. Peyton consistently displays curiosity, hard work, and enthusiasm towards her learning. Working with Mrs. Patterson's first grade class has allowed her to demonstrate skillful guidance and successfully lead students through learning opportunities. Congratulations Peyton.
WEILAND RECEIVES GENERAL SCIENCE MONTHLY AWARD Congratulations to Sophomore Sophie Weiland for being selected by her teacher as the General Science Student of the Month for September! Mrs. Pedersen writes "Sophie is self-motivated, hard-working, and yearns for knowledge." Way to go, Sophie! You represent Rocket Pride in all aspects of your high school career. 🚀
President Trump extends free meals for children for entire school year. The USDA previously extended child nutrition waivers through December 2020 based upon available funding. The extension allows schools to continue free meals through June 30, 2021. To read full article, click link https://5il.co/m1n5
JUST ANNOUNCED: Parent Teacher Conferences on November 5 & November 6 will NOW be VIRTUAL ONLY. Your child will be bringing home a letter soon to update you on this latest information.
Hey Class of 2021 and parents: Did you know that we have a Class of 2021 page to update you about graduation information? You can access it by going onto the District webpage, Click on "EXPLORE" at the top of the page, and then scroll down to the bottom of the third column "Class of 2021". Or, you can cut to the chase by clicking on: https://www.newlisbon.k12.wi.us/o/new-lisbon-school-district/page/class-of-2021--16
Rocket Rally 2020 Photo Album https://www.facebook.com/pg/New-Lisbon-School-District-325649987589514/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1683381778482988
JOB VACANCY: District Technology Director. If interested, apply at WECAN. https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/
BAUMGART SEPTEMBER TECH ED STUDENT OF MONTH Congratulations Ethan, for outstanding achievements in the classroom. Your hard work has been recognized by your teacher, Mr. Morey. "Ethan is a hardworking student who has taken many Tech Ed classes during his high school career- (Woodworking, Construction, Advanced Woodworking, Welding, Advanced Welding, Design & Engineering, and Design & Engineering)." "Ethan is a hands on-minds on learner who works hard in the Tech Ed area." "Ethan is also involved in a Youth Apprenticeship program working at Mill Haven Foods on the Production Line." "Ethan is a big help to Mr. Morey in the different labs and classroom." "Ethan helps clean, repair, and troubleshoot machines and is willing to stay after school to help get the job done." "Ethan is also a member of the Army National Guard and his MOS is 91 Bravo Wheeled Diesel Mechanic." Great job, Ethan! Keep up the great work!
#WellnessWednesday is a great time to download your October copy of our two nutrition newsletters. Students with healthy eating and exercise habits have higher test scores, better attendance, improved concentration, fewer discipline referrals, and greater overall achievement. Teen Food & Fitness is dedicated to helping adolescents improve their nutrition and physical activity. Articles cover: *healthy food and drinks to keep in the house *ingredients to watch for (good and bad) *quick and easy meal preparation tips *exercise boosters that fit with teens’ busy schedules *nutritious snacks at home and on the go *ways to get kids away from TVs and computers *developing healthy habits to last a lifetime The newsletters are reviewed by a registered dietitian with extensive experience in school food service and nutrition education—you can count on parents getting the kind of advice you want them to have. Nutrition Nuggets https://5il.co/lmqk Teen Food & Fitness https://5il.co/lmqc
WILLARD & MOREY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Congratulations to Alayna Willard and Brayen Morey for being selected as Students of the Month by their teachers for displaying the qualities of LOAR (Life of a Rocket). *They are responsible and reliable in and out of the classroom. *They are respectful toward their teachers and peers. *They have self control around others. *They show their leadership skills with other students and are always willing to help others. Way to go! We are so proud of you for stepping up and being excellent examples for your peers.
SCHOOL INFLUENZA VACCINATION CLINIC A letter was sent home today regarding our influenza clinic. Please check your child's backpack for this important information. We anticipate holding school influenza vaccination clinic at the New Lisbon School District on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 8 a.m. to approximately 3 p.m. If your child attends Monday/Wednesday PreK and you would like them to be immunized, please call the school nurse and arrange for a time. Routine influenza vaccination is recommended for all persons age 6 months or older. Depending on whether they’ve received influenza vaccines in the past, some children younger than nine years of age will need two doses of vaccine spaced about 4 weeks apart. If you have any questions about the vaccine or the vaccination clinics, please call Tina at 608-847-9378. Please visit the CDC’s influenza website at http://www.cdc.gov/flu Also http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/current-vis.html for seasonal influenza vaccine information statements. Consent Form: https://5il.co/ljt4
ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 2021 AND THEIR PARENTS/GUARDIANS: With the current COVID-19 concerns, the Jostens representative will not be coming to the school this year. Instead, we ask that you check out the Jostens' link below to place your GRADUATION needs for the class of 2021. Senior accessory items will be shipped directly to your home this year (hoodies, sweatpants, t-shirts, etc.) in approximately 2-3 weeks after your order is placed. Cap/Gown/Announcement packages are available to fill all your needs or you may order an individual cap/gown/tassel unit (Click on "Browse all Cap/Gown products" under Individual Products to find this option) Please add 2 inches to your height and 10 pounds to your weight when ordering your cap & gown set so it fits perfectly. To order a graduation tassel only, please select the Souvenir Tassel. Also, if you are ONLY ordering a cap and gown, please check the box that mentions this and is not included in the package. Please arrange to have orders placed online by NOVEMBER 1, 2020, to avoid late fees. Graduation packets are available if you need to order via mail rather than online. Please see Ms. Mecikalski (Ms. M.) for a packet. I only have a few packets, so please use online if you are able. Questions? Please see Ms. M. (or call 608-562-3700, ext. 1371 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org) or call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 or email www.jostens.com/contact Jostens - https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1116560/New-Lisbon-High-School Julie Mecikalski Senior Class Advisor
When can I send my child back to school after having COVID? What steps can I take to prevent my child from getting COVID? What are the symptoms? How long does it take for the symptoms to start? This 8 page informative packet from Wisconsin Health Services will guide your decision making process. DOWNLOAD LINK: https://5il.co/lbkp Also posted to our COVID CENTER and HEALTH SERVICES pages on our website. Mrs. Preuss, School Nurse/RN
We are excited to share our NEW nutrition newsletters with you. Every month you will be getting tips & tricks to teach your child about nutritious choices to keep their bodies strong and build immunity against disease. Studies show that students with healthy eating and exercise habits have higher test scores, better attendance, improved concentration, fewer discipline referrals, and greater overall achievement. These newsletters offer practical tips for improving nutrition and physical activity. Newsletters are also posted on our website/app under EXPLORE -> PARENTS Nutrition Nuggets September/October https://5il.co/l6q1 Teen Food & Fitness September/October https://5il.co/l6q4
Picture Day #2 - Preschool/4k; Grades 3-6
We are excited to share with you a new resource we will publish monthly called "Math + Science". Math +Science Connection is designed to make math and science clear, inviting, and fun! Every issue is packed with tips and activities that families can weave into their regular routines so children can see how math and science applies to their daily lives. These newsletters will be available through our Facebook page and on our website under PARENTS. Math & Science September/October 2020 - Beginner https://5il.co/l6pt Math & Science September/October 2020 - Intermediate https://5il.co/l6pv
No school on Monday, September 7 - Labor Day. Enjoy your 3 day weekend.
GOOD NEWS, ROCKETS!! The FDA has approved FREE breakfasts and lunches for ALL students until December 31, 2020! No need to send lunch money.
A MESSAGE FROM MRS. PREUSS - Parents, please send a water bottle with your child. We are not allowed to use the drinking fountains due to COVID restrictions. Thank you!
REMINDER: School dismissal is 2:30 p.m. this year. Please plan accordingly.
ATTENTION VIRTUAL LEARNERS Here is the login information to access Schoology. Go to newlisbon.schoology.com. You will be directed to your Google sign in. Enter login information and password. This will log you into our learning management system. ****PLEASE NOTE there are still a few issues with some users so please be patient as the system updates.
NLHS JONES FIRST IN 11-12 RACE; SHANKLE FIRST IN 9-10 RACE 🚀 The season kicked off today with the NLHS Cross Country team competing in their first meet. Way to go, Rockets! #StaySafe #RocketRelaunch #RocketPride
This is to notify you that a staff member at the New Lisbon Area School District has tested positive for COVID-19. We are working with the Juneau County Health Department to quickly identify, notify, and quarantine any staff who may have come into close contact with this person and who are at increased risk of getting sick. No students had contact with this staff member. In addition to routine cleaning and disinfecting, the school district is identifying focus areas to further control the spread of illness. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Englebretson, District Administrator at 562-3700. Public Announcement: https://5il.co/kbnj
A copy of the Budget Hearing and Annual Meeting Booklet has been posted to our website: https://5il.co/k5xc
At last night's Annual Meeting, the Board of Education accepted the resignations of Olivia Preuss and Lindsay Wagner. We would like to express our appreciation to these staff members for their dedication to our students and commitment to educating our youth. We wish you the best of luck on your next chapter in your education careers. #RocketPride
Let's go! Today New Lisbon Schools will welcome new staff to the district: Mrs. Walker (High School Choir), Mrs. Berry (Grade 6), Mrs. Stamper (Food Service), and Miss Woggon (High School English). Our veteran staff will be busy preparing their classrooms and lessons for the year! Buckle your seatbelts, Rockets, we are ready for relaunch. School starts next Tuesday, September 1! 🚀 #RocketRelaunch
Rocket Relaunch Plan https://5il.co/k4kz Here are topics to review with your child before school begins next Tuesday, September 1. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Mr. Adam Englebretson, New Lisbon Schools Superintendent
FYI: We are all excited to visit our new athletic complex. Please note our athletic complex is NOT open. Please stay out of the area. Paint is drying and workers are completing areas that need to be left undisturbed. Thank you for your cooperation.
IMPORTANT UPDATE 2020 PARENT DROP OFF/PICK UP New this year, parent drop off and pick up of students will take place outside of the school building. In the morning, if you are driving through to drop off your child, adult staff will be in the parking lot to assist and make sure students get in the building safely. At the end of the day, Pre K - 3rd grade students will be brought by their teachers to the area outside the elementary front doors to be picked up or assisted in entering a vehicle. Also, REMEMBER the NEW dismissal time is 2:30 each day. Masks are required for all students inside the building, unless they have a medical waiver. Parents, please make sure your child has a mask and that it is appropriate for the school setting. Questions? Contact an administrator. Mr. Toelle, Elementary Principal
ATTENTION PARENTS: There will be NO Open House this year due to COVID precautions. Students in grades 1-12 will need to bring all their materials with them on the first day of school, Tuesday, Sept 1st. Pre K and K students may bring in their supplies on Thursday, Aug. 27th 1:00 - 3:30. Mr. Toelle and Mr. Stamper
***ATTENTION**** PLEASE MAKE SURE TO FILL OUT SURVEY BY MONDAY, AUGUST 10 AT NOON. SURVEY WAS SENT OUT PRIOR TO GOVERNOR'S MASK MANDATE ORDER. STUDENTS AND STAFF WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS AT ALL TIMES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF BUILDING. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR CHILD'S PRINCIPAL AT 562-3700. *** Survey is also posted on our website/app under PARENTS and also under REGISTRATION. Emergency Order #1 https://5il.co/ivty Executive Order #82 https://5il.co/ivu3 ----------------------------- In case you did not receive the school email inviting you to complete our survey on your choice of instruction (Face-to-Face vs Virtual) for your child, here is the link. All responses are due at noon on Monday, August 10. In case you did not receive the school email inviting you to complete our survey on your choice of instruction (Face-to-Face vs Virtual) for your child, here is the link. All responses are due at noon on Monday, August 10. https://forms.gle/1gJehyWamGVbjNSE9
Student Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now OPEN. Please visit our school website www.newlisbon.k12.wi.us to register your child for the upcoming school term. Once you are at the main page, choose EXPLORE (at top) and you will see the REGISTRATION section. If you have any questions, please contact the administrative office at 562-3700.
Great resource from the Department of Public Instruction about returning to school this fall. Read the 7-page handout: https://5il.co/ixa4
New Lisbon School District approves 5-day in-person school week https://www.wiscnews.com/juneaucountystartimes/news/local/new-lisbon-school-board-approves-5-day-per-week-in-person-learning/article_615d43a2-1d32-5cf1-ab56-8105faf8ea97.html?fbclid=IwAR2FaXZZJP2Lqh4eLILk0dcMEYsO2-syzyIDbVoGTa-2xw5D3NKXbAWZLgI#tracking-source=home-top-story-1
Please use the link below to complete a brief survey for each school-aged child attending the School District of New Lisbon this fall. Your responses are important to plan our Rocket Relaunch. Please complete and submit a survey for each child separately. https://forms.gle/UyC46FYvzvb6dDe26 We will continue to keep you posted with current information as it becomes available. Mr. Englebretson, District Administrator
Student Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now OPEN. Please visit our school website www.newlisbon.k12.wi.us to register your child for the upcoming school term. Once you are at the main page, choose EXPLORE (at top) and you will see the REGISTRATION section. If you have any questions, please contact the administrative office at 562-3700.
Free school supplies/backpacks for students of Juneau County by Touched Twice. For details, click on link. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/touched-twice-clinic-juneau-county-backpacks-school-supplies-tickets-114054335588?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=esfb&utm-source=fb&utm-term=listing&fbclid=IwAR2AIwLq71-Rk0-CfIKpOp_1zYl636jXjclgM6MkRi2X0-F27WIbqJUfp9I
Mr. Englebretson featured on Lynxx 24 TV! https://www.facebook.com/Lynxx24/videos/202103834576219/UzpfSTMyNTY0OTk4NzU4OTUxNDoxNjEwNTIwNTM1NzY5MTEz/
New Lisbon School District is seeking substitutes for the 2020 - 2021 school year. For individuals with bachelor's degrees, who would like to become substitute teachers, you can apply for a substitute teacher license at: https://dpi.wi.gov/licensing/apply-educator-license For individuals who would like to become a special education program aide, you can apply at: https://dpi.wi.gov/licensing/apply-educator-license/other/special-ed-aide All applicants would need to obtain a document from us prior to submitting their application. Direct all inquires to Eileen Bunker at 562-3700 ext. 1502.
ATTENTION PARENTS In light of COVID, your child may be behind on required immunizations that are required to attend school. I thought I would share this information for families that may have gotten behind schedule with their immunizations. Behind "applies to students who do not have a record that includes complete dates for the first, second or final deadlines", enters the new school as "behind schedule", or not "in process". I will need students to be up-to-date on ALL immunizations required no later than the 15th day of school (September 22nd). If immunizations have not been completed, but you have appointment made, please contact me. I need either a waiver or immunization update in order for state compliance. Link to Immunization form for updated immunizations OR to claim a waiver (do not want immunizations due to personal, religious or medical reasons) [ https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/forms/f0/f04020l.pdf ] Link for catch up schedule if immunizations have been missed: [https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/catchup.html] Mrs. Preuss, School Nurse
Miss Jellybean has put together some fun summer titles for your child to listen to. https://5il.co/ifvv
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
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
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!
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
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.”
Today marks the end of our journey with our district administrator, Mr. Birr. He will be moving on to new adventures after 9+ years with the New Lisbon School District and 40+ years in education. What an amazing accomplishment. Mr. Birr’s Vision 20/20 project enforced goal setting and successful improvements for our district. He spent countless hours educating our community on the need to pass the referendum for our additional operating costs and athletic field project. His steady hand, leadership, and mathematical genius was a lifeline for our district. We thank you for your dedication to our school family. Mr. Birr, we wish you the best in the next chapter of your career and know the Rocket family will always be here for you.
Mobile Food Program will continue throughout the summer! Mondays 10:30 - Noon at Door #1.
The School District of New Lisbon is developing safe and responsible options to re-open schools for the 2020-2021 school year. We believe it is important to consider your feedback and needs as these plans are developed. The questions below are items being considered in order to provide our students with a safe environment conducive to learning. Final implementation may include some, all, or none of the scenarios described below, as situations may change before September. We value your feedback as an important stakeholder in your child's education, as we decide together how to re-open schools for the 2020-21 school year. If are unable to complete this survey online, paper copies will be available in the school offices. Please use the following link to complete the survey: https://forms.gle/zvTDtDTWMXaf1FEA8
Mobile Food Program Monday, June 22 10:30-Noon at Door#1
***** A MESSAGE FROM MR. BIRR ***** "WILL SCHOOL OPEN IN THE FALL?" How many times have you been asked that very question already? I get it every day and sometimes multiple times a day. I can tell you that we, as a school leadership group are meeting every Tuesday to try to figure out a way to make that happen. Our intention is to try to find a way to have everyone in school everyday next fall. The same thing goes with sports and other activities. Can that work? We will see. It is a long time, in Covid months, until then. All legal and insurance counsel says to check with county health officials. With the latest supreme court ruling, it is difficult for them to make a required closing or guaranteed opening to schools. Therefore it is up to each district to do what they feel is best. The school board will have the final say, but it is our goal to give them a plan for reopening that they will agree is in the best interests of the entire school community. To help make that plan possible, two surveys will be coming out in the next couple of weeks, one for parents and one for staff. We want to assess each group's level of comfort in returning to school and what precautions that they feel are appropriate. Whatever the scenario, we must make school a welcoming environment in which people feel safe and cared for. We are also looking at how we can continue to educate our students whose parents may not yet feel comfortable sending them back into the school, at least at the beginning of the school year. We want to keep all of our students moving forward in their education, whether they are in our building or not yet ready to attend in person. Mr. Birr, New Lisbon Schools District Administrator
Drop Off/Pick Up of ALL materials including district chromebooks TOMORROW Monday, June 1 from 10 am until 7 pm. Remember power supply for chromebook. Also pick up any medications still with Mrs. Preuss. RETURN ALL LIBRARY BOOKS and PICK UP ALL ARTWORK.
ATTENTION PARENTS Please click on the survey link to let us know what went well and what the challenges were during the school shut down. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfgMH-JhsRTW3erWKU0j9BP9IgwUK55JTu0FZWrjNipjhHe-g/viewform?usp=sf_link
Virtual Academic and Scholarship Award Night is Wednesday, May 20 at 7:00 pm
Are you sad 😥 you will miss our Graduation Ceremony Parade? NO worries! We have you covered! 😎 We will Facebook LIVE the parade OR record and upload to Facebook and our website. Thanks for supporting the Class of 2020! 🎓
Graduation Ceremony Parade May 30, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m.
What a wonderful gift for Mother's Day! Congratulations to our kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Dummer and her husband, Jamie, on the birth of their twins yesterday! Everyone is perfect and doing well. Welcome to the Rocket family, Dexter Michael and Tenley Eloise!
Mobile Food Program today 10:30 a.m. until noon. Door #1
MESSAGE FROM MRS. PREUSS, SCHOOL NURSE DHS is now requiring that students be immunized for meningitis for all incoming 6th graders. Mrs. Preuss will be sending out additional information to all parents/guardians in the near future.
Spring school photo pick up on Monday, April 27 from 10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
DORN RECEIVES NEA FOUNDATION GRANT Congratulations to Mrs. Dorn, Agriculture Science Instructor for New Lisbon School District on being a $5,000 grant recipient!
SPRING SPORTS OFFICIALLY CANCELLED BY WIAA 🚨 The WIAA Board of Control has voted to cancel 2020 the regular season & tournaments. However, in efforts to provide an opportunity for spring teams to practice and compete, the Board also granted 30 days for practice and competition over the summer to include seniors. 🚨
New Lisbon Schools are CLOSED for the remainder of the school year due to COVID-19.
Mobile Food Program is STILL ON for Monday, April 13. 10:30 - Noon.
Easter Break: Friday, April 10 and Monday, April 13. No virtual classes.
Gunnar Pedersen nominated for Sports Spotlight on Channel 8000. "He was a state qualifier in the triple jump, and was looking forward to push further in state competition this year. He’s a “kid that all coaches wished they had more of,” according to Athletic Director Brad Bever.
Congratulations goes out to NLHS Science Instructor, Jen Pedersen on receiving the Regeneron’s STEM Grant. "Out of the nearly 100 submissions, you have been chosen as one of only five recipients."
Monday, April 6th 10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. the elementary will be open for work packet and 3rd quarter report card pick-up.
ATTENTION SENIORS: Many scholarships are due today. Get those applications in.
ATTENTION PARENTS of Junior High Students: Go to Google Classroom for all assignments and due dates. Keep checking weekly emails. Keep those communication lines open. I send out a weekly parent email to keep you informed. Mrs. Bever, Junior High Language Arts
Home Learning Resources posted for activities while school is closed http://newlisbonwi.apptegy.us/o/new-lisbon-school-district/page/home-learning-resources
Courage and Respect Retreats next week are cancelled. Please plan accordingly.
District Solo Ensemble has been removed from the district calendar and cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. We recognize the hard work and hours our student musicians have practiced for competition.
State Forensics has been cancelled. We recognize the hard work our forensics students and Coach Adank have put into practicing their competitive pieces. State Forensics has been cancelled.
CDC Travel Recommendations https://5il.co/dogj If any family with students in our district travel, please monitor your health, if you are positively diagnosed with COVID-19, please contact our school nurse immediately.
Yesterday the Visual Arts Classic team participated in the Mauston regional event. Everyone did a great job individually and as a team. First individual results, go to our Facebook page. The team got 2nd in the Art History Quiz Bowl competition and a 3rd as a team overall.
NLHS Track athletes photo form now available. Photos will be taken Wednesday, March 18 https://5il.co/dibx
Book Fair happening now through Friday, March 6.
NLHS choir receives FIRST at Festival from judges.
ACT Informational Brochure https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/assessment/pdf/ACT_brochure_.pdf
WIAA Girls Basketball Regionals Final Score NL 47 - Royall 55
New Lisbon Schools will be on a 2 hour delay today - Tuesday, February 18.
JH girls basketball games tonight at Hillsboro are cancelled.
Varsity Boys Basketball beats DeSoto 79-68.
The New Lisbon School District is seeking a qualified individual to work in the kitchen effective immediately. To read about position: https://5il.co/cv3g
Boys Basketball defeated by Royall 52-46.
Tonight's varsity wrestling match is cancelled.
NLHS Girls Basketball defeats Lafarge 65-53!
Lady Rockets BEAT Wonewoc tonight in last second shot by Morgan Sanders! 64-63
Reading better for your child's brain than screen time. https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/16/health/child-brain-reading-books-wellness/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0C3jgx7tfq5f83krKsghZpZ2ZfcconUhvjeNcqhRX75NVO6tLdL-HALVY
State Report Card has now been posted to our website. .pdf files are available in our DOCUMENTS folder.
NLHS Boys Varsity Basketball was defeated by the Hillsboro Tigers 71-39.
Both NLHS Girls Basketball teams were defeated by Alma Center Lincoln last night. JV 15-35; Varsity 47-64
School Board meeting tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the school library. All are welcome.
PTC will meet January 22 in Room 115 @ 5:30 p.m.
NLHS Wrestling BEATS Brookwood 39-36!
NLHS Boys Basketball BEATS Brookwood 81-67.
Mrs. Becker, Elementary Music, takes new position in Necedah. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVaRSRWtmGU&feature=youtu.be
Junior High Girls Basketball players will have their individual/team photos taken on Monday, January 13 at 3:30. All players should have received an order form from their coach.
Wrestling is HOME tonight at 7:00! Hope to see you there!
Junior High Wrestlers will have their individual/team photos taken on Thursday, January 9 at 3:30. Order form: https://5il.co/c1rb
Community Closet donates $2,500 to our athletic complex bringing their total to $10,000.
Christmas Break begins tomorrow (December 21) and runs through January 1. School will resume on Thursday, January 2.
Youth Basketball sport photos are tomorrow, Saturday, December 7 at 10:30 in the elementary gym with Coach Pfaff. Remember your order form/payment if ordering prints. Thank you for supporting a local business.
NLHS Boys Basketball sports photos are tonight at 3:20. Remember your order form and payment if ordering prints. Thank you for supporting a local business.
NLJH Boys Basketball Parents Night will be Tuesday, December 17 at 5:15.
NLHS Varsity Lady Rockets WIN 66-41 against Mauston last night!
NLHS Boys Basketball JV game against Weston tonight has been cancelled. Varsity will start at 7:00 p.m.
NLHS Girls Basketball wins against Coulee Christian 57-26.
Thanksgiving Break is November 27 - December 1.
The PTC will be holding their annual Trunk or Treat Community Food Drive on October 27th from 2:00-4:00 pm. Please contact Alecia Weinshrott is interested in participating at 608-399-4316.
2019 Homecoming Court: Freshmen Reps - Megan Jones/Ashton Pfaff; Sophomore Reps - Libby Rogers/Stephen Daley; Junior Reps - Hope Baumgart/Devon Lee; Senior Reps - Sofie Hendrickson/Eugene Taylor; King Gunnar Pedersen; Queen Sidney Schultz
The NLHS Rocket Football team has been defeated by the Cashton Eagles 14-26.
Last night the boys cross country team competed at Melrose. They took 2nd overall as a team and brought home a trophy and Owen Jones took first place. It was a hot, but good competition.
Youth boys basketball forms for 3rd-6th graders are due by this Friday. Please hand your forms to your classroom teacher or the elementary office. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Pfaff.
Green & Gold orders are due Monday, September 30.
Good Luck, Lady Rockets! Volleyball Tournament HOME today in the NLHS gym. Action starts at 8:00 a.m.
The NLHS FFA is holding a Cheese and Sausage Fundraiser. Contact an FFA member to order.
Junior High Football @ Royall tonight! The game is at 5:00 pm #GoRockets
Junior High Volleyball is HOME tonight! Action starts at 5:00 p.m. Games at 5:00 and 7:00. #GoRockets
NLHS Cross Country @ Richland Center has been CANCELLED for tonight.
NL Rocket Varsity Football beats Royall Panthers tonight 20-16! Gunnar Pedersen chosen Player of the Week. Go Rockets!
Good News! The entire NLHS Volleyball cookie fundraiser orders are being reshipped and will be here tomorrow (September 13)! If you received your order, you will be getting another! Contact email@example.com
NL Rocket Football beat North Crawford 45-0 Friday, September 6.
NL Rockets play North Crawford at Necedah tonight.
Welcome back! School starts at 8:00 a.m. Doors open at 7:45 a.m.
Ms. Fish to initiate Art Studio concept in elementary art classes this year. Please read letter for details how this program will work. https://5il.co/9uy8
September issue of Building Readers newsletter sponsored by the New Lisbon Media Center. https://5il.co/9ri3
Staff returns Monday, August 26 for full week of Inservice training. Students begin Tuesday, September 3.
NL Rocket Football team lost their season opener tonight. NL 22, Southwestern 47 Pedersen named Player of the Game by WRJC.
Good luck to our Rocket football team tomorrow night as they take on Southwestern. The game is listed as "HOME" on the schedule but will be played at Necedah High School. To kick off the season, WRJC's Mark Ellison interviewed Coach Bever. Interview link: https://5il.co/9pdt
September 2019 Breakfast and Lunch Menus have been added to the website and app. Choose "DINING". (.pdf option also available under STUDENT SERVICES --> Food Services --> Menus)
The School District of New Lisbon Board of Education will be holding their Annual Meeting on Monday, August 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the media center. Budget Overview: https://5il.co/9916
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS: Monday, August 5th equipment handout at 4:00 at the HS concession stand and first practice is August 6th at 4:00.
ATTENTION SENIORS: The UW College Application system opens Thursday, August 1. The early bird catches the worm. Get those applications started. https://apply.wisconsin.edu/
The New Lisbon School District will be offering an additional summer school session from July 29- August 9 for grades 1-5. This summer school session is for your child to get back into the school routine of Reading and Math. Your child will be doing grade appropriate learning to get ready for the start of school. The times are 8:00-11:00am. Lunch will be served at 11:00 and children can be picked up shortly after that. Please contact Mrs. Bunker at 562-3700 to register your child.
School Supply List is HERE! Get ready for the school year with the supplies your child needs. Remember to label ALL items. Thank you! https://5il.co/8n9r
School Board Agenda for July 8, 2019. Meeting is open to the public and located in the school library at 7:00 p.m. http://www.wrjc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/July-8-Board-of-Education.pdf
Two $1500 scholarships awarded to NLHS students https://www.wiscnews.com/juneaucountystartimes/announcements/community/two-scholarships-awarded-to-new-lisbon-high-school-graduates/article_2247c0e6-c0a0-5312-b702-8f404a81d19b.html
Rockets fans have the opportunity to order Rocket volleyball gear until July 8. Questions? Contact Coach Lenz. Click on the link to order. https://newlisbonvolleyball19.itemorder.com/sale?read_message=true
Sam Rogers named Scenic Bluffs Player of the Year! Way to go, Sam! https://www.wiscnews.com/juneaucountystartimes/sports/high-school/baseball/prep-baseball-new-lisbon-s-rogers-named-scenic-bluffs-player/article_d70324e9-27be-5e11-8eec-0de21214117e.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook
Jon Olson and Cody Haschke named Scenic Bluffs Conference Honorable Mentions; James Steele earns Sportsmanship Award.
Congratulations to all the Junior High students recognized today for their outstanding achievements in the classroom.
Friday, June 7: Junior High Awards Program in the NLHS gym at 10:30 a.m.
7th & 8th grade class trip to Wisconsin Dells is on Thursday, June 6. Come prepared and bring sunscreen!
Spring Sports Banquet is tonight!
Gunnar Pedersen finished 7th in the triple jump at the 2019 WIAA State Track Meet!
Great job this morning to all the student speakers: Holden, Kollin, Catrina, Alexis, and Molly. We enjoyed your heartfelt messages. #RocketPride
Graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 1 at 10:00 a.m. Congratulations to the Class of 2019.
NLHS band will be performing this morning at the Memorial Day ceremony.
No School on Memorial Day - Monday, May 27. The NLHS band will be performing at the ceremony at the Community Center.
NL Baseball loses WIAA Regional 5-6 against Weston.
Amazing night already! School record for Holden, Colten, Eugene, and Owen in the 4 x 800, and our first state qualifier Gunnar in the triple jump!
Junior High Variety Show tonight at 7:00!
Good luck to the Rocket Baseball team as they compete against Weston in the WIAA Regional Quarterfinals tonight.
Good luck to the Rocket Track team competing at WIAA Sectionals tonight in Bangor. The track members will be hoping for that ticket to state competition.
Rydmark, Stickney, Taylor, Jones, Johnson, Miller, and Hart advance to WIAA Sectionals on Thursday, May 23.
Gunnar Pedersen wins WIAA Regionals in the triple jump.
NLHS Baseball beats Royall 6-4 Friday, May 17.
NLHS Variety Show huge success last night.
NLHS Softball wins Regionals last night against Lincoln!
Thank you to Mrs. Rhonda Ready for her many years of service. Mrs. Ready is retiring. We will miss seeing her around the building.
Scholarship Night held Wednesday, May 15th. Congratulations to all seniors earning scholarships for continuing education and being recognized for academic excellence.
Volleyball Camp forms available. See Coach Lenz