New Richmond News
Elizabeth Perry Grade: 6 Parent(s) name(s): Adam and Molly Perry, Erin and Brian Shypulski Favorite class: Literature Favorite activities: Soccer What I like about school: Getting to see my friends Azariah Zappetta Grade: 6 Parent(s) name(s): Adam and Heather Zappetta Favorite class: Math Favorite activities: Sports, school, reading, camping, water activities, theme park, spending time with family What I like about school: Learning new things Annabella Rose French
The Heritage Center will offer a training and orientation for volunteers interested in becoming tour guides for their historic sites on Wednesday, April 25, from 9-11 a.m. Tour guide volunteers will receive an overview of the Heritage Center and its buildings, which includes a "walk about" with current guides. The guide training workshop is free and open to the public. Current and past guides are welcome to join the new volunteers to update their knowledge and share a few pointers.
The New Richmond School District currently has a vacancy on its seven-member board. A replacement board member will be appointed to the position until the April 2019 election, when it will be up for either a one-year term or a three-year term based on election results. Candidates must be 18 or older and a school district resident. Interested parties are welcome to contact District Administrator Patrick Olson at 715-243-7413 or email@example.com with questions.
St. Croix Central Middle School recently helds its February Students of the Month ceremony at the middle school. During the ceremony, teachers from each grade level read a page about the students stating why they were nominated for Student of the Month. Parents were then invited to take their child out to lunch. Fifth grade Evan Gardner Parents: Nicole, Tim Favorite class: Math Favorite activities: Hockey, drawing, swimming, games Favorite book: Harry Potter What I want to be when I grow up: Teacher
Co-teaching involves two or more certified teachers who share responsibility for instruction in a classroom. The teachers may both be general education certified but more often one is a general education teacher and one is a special education teacher. Co-teaching can meet the needs of students who have different learning styles. This method of providing instruction allows for multiple delivery formats of content and skills, and facilitates support for students who may demonstrate their learning through alternative assignments.
Leah Ellickson is a pleasure to have in the classroom! She is calm and focused on the outside, and then you see her sense of humor and playfulness pop out at just the right time. These traits make Leah someone that others want to be around. Leah is a hard worker who is focused on learning as much as she possibly can while she is here at school. She will go far in life and like so many of our students, we can't wait to see what is in store for her as she grows into adulthood!
New Richmond High School juniors Lilly Deschene, Cal Crowder and Talon Seckora were recently selected to represent the New Richmond community at the 2018 Badger State conferences. Deschene will represent the New Richmond community at Badger Girls State and Crowder will represent at Badger Boys State, while Seckora is currently an alternate for attending but additional sponsorship is being pursued. New Richmond American Legion Post 80 and the American Legion Auxiliary sponsor Badger State, which is a government and leadership conference.
The Renew Somerset Library Campaign to expand Somerset Public Library has received a total of 131 pledges and gifts totaling $1,085,853. Thirty-six launch event guests gave gifts and pledges on March 22 with another 46 given since the launch.
The 2018 St. Croix Central High School prom court includes: Alysson Nelson, Brianna Burton, Kourtney LeBeause, Lylah Khorshed, Claire Moll, Ryan Larson, Austin Kopacz, Nathan Berends, Cooper Luedke and Hank Berger. Prom will take place on Saturday, April 14, starting with the grand march at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium with the dance to follow, from 8-11 p.m.
St. Croix Central Elementary students were recognized for showing empathy in February at the recent CARES program assembly. Kindergartners recognized for showing empathy during the month of February included: Henry Ingli, Annie Rohde, Dakota Johnson, Asher Bourget, Natalie Geraghty and Lily Rustand. First-graders recognized were Owen Matzek, Maci Mlynarczyk, Grace Reetz, Savannah McNabb and Charlotte Daigle. Second-graders selected were McKenna Schultz, Lillian Larson, Coleman Bauer, Sydney Peissig and Hailey Sell.