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Every school, every week

3:33 PM, Apr. 17, 2013  |  Comments
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New London High

The school district, in conjunction with the Rotary Club, is sponsoring a flower sale with the proceeds going to "Pack It Up for Kids." The flower sale will include geraniums, hanging baskets, gerber daisies, kong coleus and dahlias. Order forms can be picked up at the high school office and must be turned in by April 26. Flowers can be picked up May 11.

New London Middle/Intermediate

The track meet scheduled for April 16 was cancelled. The relays at Seymour on April 30 have been moved to April 29.

Lincoln Elementary

Next week is National Volunteer Recognition Week. Thanks to the following volunteers: Tony Budwig, Terri Pralot, Mary Schwan, Karen McGlin, Jana Charnon, Karen Smiley, Jamie Stroud, Tina Clegg, Leta Pope, Shannon Goodreau, Donna Kaczorowski, Mary Ely, Aggie Fingland, Melissa Nelson, Allyson LeMere, Dawn Young, Dolores Handschke, Kari Magolski, Molly Stillwell, Kristy Wilken, Amanda Young, Heather Kanaman, Jennifer Janusheske, Annette Wilken, Jennifer Heideman and Bridget Francois.

Students who have demonstrated good attendance, punctuality and good study habits will be treated to a movie incentive Thursday at the Grand Theater.

The Parent-Teacher Organization will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the art room. Topics include Bingo Night and end-of-the-year celebrations.

Parkview Elementary

First-grade students will visit the New London Public Library on Thursday.

The National Theatre for Children will present "The Energized Guyz" sponsored by New London Utilities. Students will learn about energy resources and how to use energy efficiently.

Sugar Bush Elementary

The school's annual spring Parent-Teacher Organization dance will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on April 26. This year's theme is "Fiesta." The Scholastic Buy One Get One Fair will be open during the dance.

Readfield Elementary

The spring dance will be held today. Thanks to all families who created themed raffle baskets. Proceeds will go toward the school's literacy fund.

Emanuel Lutheran

First-graders will take part in the New London Public Library Round-up on Tuesday.

The summer school program will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from June 11 to July 26. There will be no classes the week of June 17-21 due to Vacation Bible School. For more information, call 920-982-5444, ext. 201. Forms are available online at www.emanuelnl.org or in the office.

Most Precious Blood Catholic

Students will present "Assignment Earth," a spring concert, at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday.

Hortonville High

A Night of Big Band Jazz will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at Hortonville Community Hall. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, or $20 per family.

Sophomore Parent Night will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in the auditorium.

Hortonville Middle

The jazz band will perform Monday at the New London Senior Center.

Fifth-grade students will visit the National Railroad Museum on Tuesday.

There will be a student/parent orientation meeting for incoming fifth-graders at 9:30 a.m. and for students entering sixth grade at 1 p.m. on Monday in the commons. There also will be a parent meeting for students entering fifth and sixth grades beginning at 6 p.m. in the commons.

Hortonville Elementary

A Parent-Teacher Organization event will be held Thursday at Skater's Edge.

The deadline to request a specific teacher for next school year is April 30.

Bethlehem Lutheran

The 4K class recently enjoyed breakfast with the Revs. Rosenberg and Jenswold at Patty's Place.

Students in grades K-8 will travel to Fox Valley Lutheran High School on Thursday to measure, weigh and package food for the Dominican Republic.

Bethlehem students and members raised almost $2,000 which will provide more than 10,000 meals for the Willing Hands/Thankful Hearts FVL Schools program.

St. Edward

The spring program has an Earth Day theme. There will be a matinee at 9:30 a.m. on April 30 and an evening show at 6 p.m. on May 1. A social will follow the May 1 performance. All students in the PreK3 class, extended day 4K class and grades K-5 will participate.

Greenville Middle

Friday Night Lights is held from 3:15 to 6 p.m. every Friday in the library. Students must sign up with Cindy Buelow or Lynn Warner in the office.

Greenville Elementary

Student council members will be collecting school supplies for the Community Clothes Closet next week.

Students are encouraged to wear earth colors on Monday in recognition of Earth Day.

A Parent-Teacher Organization Dines Out event will be held Tuesday at Fuddruckers.

- Every School, Every Week is compiled by editorial assistant Mara Wegner: 920-729-6622, ext. 21, or mwegner@newsrecord.net.

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