New London High
The football team will participate in Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink socks and wrist bands for the homecoming game against Oconto Falls. Help raise money for this cause by purchasing a "Real Bulldog Fans Wear Pink" T-shirt for $10. Everyone is encouraged to wear the T-shirt to school and at the game on Oct. 4. All proceeds will go toward breast cancer research and programs.
New London Middle/Intermediate
The cross country team traveled to Hatten Park for the second meet of the season. The top five finishers for the girls were: Savanah Daul, Jessica Gregory, Morgan Iverson, Maggie Tews, and finishing 19th of 65 runners was Erika Dorow. The top five finishers for the boys were: Nick Overesch, Kaden Reybrock, Max Krause, Jacob Tews, and finishing in third place out of 55 runners was Ben Malliet. Congratulations to the boys' team for taking first place.
Principal Kirk Delwiche has challenged students with some new initiatives and incentives. Rewards include a movie and popcorn in the gym. Delwiche also has challenged the students with a 100,000 Minute Principal's Reading Challenge. If students read 100,000 minutes, he will wear a clown costume for the entire day on Oct. 23.
Box Tops for the month of September are due on Monday.
Math Morning will be held on Oct. 1. Parents will have an opportunity to see how math is being taught to their children and attend a presentation by Mary Richards, district math coach.
Sugar Bush Elementary
The school's annual Trunk or Treat and Pumpkin Run is scheduled for Oct. 19. Set up will take place from 2 to 2:30 p.m. The Trunk or Treat portion will be held from 2:30 to 3 p.m. followed by the Pumpkin Run.
Thank to all the families who were able to attend Math Morning.
The afternoon 4K program "Lunch with Grandparents and Special Guests" is scheduled for Oct. 9.
The school will host its first annual Trunk or Treat on Oct. 19. Students will have the opportunity to trick or treat from vehicle to vehicle. Set up will begin at 3:30 p.m. and trick or treating will take place from 4 to 4:30 p.m. A Pumpkin Run will take place immediately afterward.
The first of four "PIE" meetings will be held from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. on Oct. 1 in the commons. The meetings seek to strengthen the partnership between teachers and parents. The meeting will consist of some fellowship time with pie, a topic pertinent to all school parents, announcements about upcoming items and time for parents to meet with teachers and see what their children are working on in school.
Most Precious Blood Catholic
The school hosted its first MPB ABC story hour on Sept. 20. The theme was "Down on the Farm." The children enjoyed stories, crafts and snacks. The school hosts a pre-school story hour once a month for children ages 2 to 4 and their parents. Next month story hour will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. on Oct. 18 in the library. The theme will be "Colors of Fall."
The student council is preparing for next week's homecoming activities. There will be a series of dress-up days, in which classes will compete against each other to win a trophy. On Friday, activities include powder-puff football, a Light-Brite competition, yearbook signing, karaoke and a parade. Saturday is The semi-formal fall homecoming dance will take place Oct. 5. This year's theme is "Masquerade." Admission will be $10 per person.
School picture retakes will be offered on Thursday. This is for any student who did not have their picture taken at an open house or who would like a retake.
Students should wear red and white on Oct. 4 for the homecoming celebration. A pep assembly will be held at the end of the day.
The HASD physical education department is kicking off its Fuel Up to Play 60 program with a football obstacle course. All HASD students are welcome to participate. The activity will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 4 on the practice football field outside the high school football stadium. Students who participate will be eligible to enter a drawing for an autographed Jordy Nelson football.
A Dine-Out at Culver's event will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 1 at the Culver's Restaurant in Appleton.
Fox West Academy
Students are working on measurement in both customary and metric systems. They are using precise measurements, down to the millimeter, to build racing skimmers for a school competition.
The school is proud of its score on Wisconsin's Department of Public Instruction annual performance report card. FWA received an "Exceeds Expectations" score.
Students in grades 3-8 will be working on Terra Nova testing over the next two weeks.
Stevie B's pizza night for all families is scheduled for Oct. 3. Mention your child's classroom for the competition for a pizza party at school.
The school collects Box Tops for Education, Campbell's labels, empty ink cartridges and soda pop tops for the Ronald McDonald house. Thanks to Tricia DiPietro who collects, counts, packages and sends in the Box Tops and Campbell's labels.
Breakfast will be offered from 7:30 to 8 a.m. in the cafeteria beginning Monday. Students can enter a drawing for prizes.
The Fuel Up to Play 60 "Kick-Off" Fun Night will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 4 at the Hortonville High School football practice field.
St. Mary Catholic
Members of the Safety Patrol for the school year are: Gerard Brown, Carter Fitzgerald, Margaret Harp, Noah Kippenhan, Madyson Pahl, Taylor Schmidt, Kole Buelow, Tony Diedrich, TJ Harikkala and Nathan Ripp.
Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran
Third- and fourth-graders will be taking a field trip to the NEW Zoo on Oct. 4.
Congratulations to the girls' cross country team for capturing first place in the school's cross country meet.
- Every School, Every Week is compiled by editorial assistant Mara Wegner: 920-729-6622, ext. 21, or firstname.lastname@example.org.