New Richmond News
New Richmond Varsity Science Olympiad participated in the Wisconsin State Science Olympiad Tournament this past week. Out of the top 50 teams in the state, New Richmond was able to place 24th overall. Caleb Medchill and Aaron Tenner took the bronze medal in Game On, a computer science event. Other notable finishes include: • Kasee Meyer and Katey Eickhoff took seventh place in Write It, Do It • Emily Stoner and Jacob Medchill took 10th place in Material Science • Darian Garrett and Taylor Porter took 11th place in Anatomy and Physiology
Laine Moore is hard-working, respectful, and caring. She is thoughtful and is always willing to help out her classmates and teachers. Laine puts forth a tremendous amount of effort in all she does and she attempts to bring that quality out in those around her. Laine is a wonderful student and an asset to the fifth grade class.
New Richmond High School will hold its 2017 prom on Saturday, April 29, starting with the grand march at 2:30 p.m. The students will then head to Stillwater to have their prom on a riverboat, with students beginning to board at 8 p.m. The 2017 NRHS prom court includes Emma Carlson, Loni Bauer, Russ Hop, Kayla Price, Croix Hare, Sam Altena, Katie Dornbush and Tom McKinney.
St. Croix Central and Somerset high schools held their respective proms and grand marches on Saturday, April 22.
The following St. Croix Central High School students were recently named to the A and B Honor Rolls for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 school year. A Honor Roll 12th grade: Christian Adams, Devin Binkowski. Bryan Bresina, Courtney Carlson, Ryan Christensen, Brenden Ferkans, Joshua Ferkans, Gavin Hessler, Katheryn Holter, Heidi Hoolihan, Ryan Knapton, Rachel Larson, Matthew Lindberg, Tucker Mann, Trevor Nelson, Aaron O'Connell, Cole Refsnider, Owen Schwechler, Jared Tilton, Meghan Weatherly, Brady Williquett.
St. Croix Central Elementary students were recognized for showing self-control at the April 7 CARES program assembly.
On Tuesday, April 4, officials of the American Red Cross Northwest Region held a conference in Hudson for all the agencies who provide bloodmobile support for the Red Cross. The Butler-Harmon American Legion Post 80 received a commendation at the conference from the Red Cross for collecting its 2,500th unit of blood during its blood draw in January of this year.
Both Somerset and St. Croix Central high schools will hold their proms and grand marches this Saturday, April 22, starting with the grand marches at 6:30 p.m. Somerset This year's Somerset High School prom court includes: Daniel Bierbrauer, Rachel Germain, Glenn Coerber, Anna Rybacki, Preston Kern, Bennett Baillargeon, Grace Bauer, Ajay Chladek, Anya Swanson and Ana Araiza Castelo.
CWD fears overblown TO THE EDITOR While (columnist) Mike Reiter is correct in some of his recommendations to manage Chronic Wasting Disease, perhaps CWD is not as bad as we fear.
New Richmond Middle School eighth-grade American history students (participating in an extension class) have been learning about the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. As a culminating event, Honorable Harriet Lansing, retired Minnesota Court of Appeals judge, shared her experiences as a judge and lawyer along with providing a broader view of how current national events are judicially considered under the Bill of Rights. (Submitted photo)