New Richmond News
St. Croix Central Elementary students were recognized for showing self-control in March at the recent CARES program assembly. Kindergartners recognized for showing self-control during the month of March included: Katelynn Rydberg, Paige Gary, Cole Stave, Ella Aguire, Etta McKenna and Carlee Hemenway. First-graders recognized were Hannah Kamm, Madilyn Johnson, Adalynn Brown, Emma Hoefs and Blake Schmidt. Second-graders selected were Dane Gottfredsen, Warren Rust, Breslin Hinzman, Grace Koerper and Miranda Kusilek.
St. Croix Central Middle School recently helds its March Students of the Month ceremony. During the ceremony, teachers from each grade level read a page about the students stating why they were nominated for Student of the Month. Fifth grade Logan Stephani Parents: Liz Stephani Favorite class: Math Favorite activities: Reading Favorite book: Hatchet What I want to be when I grow up: Engineer What I like about school: Having fun Sara Roussopoulos
The New Richmond Recreation Partnership (NRRP), a collaborative effort between the School District of New Richmond, New Richmond Area Centre, City of New Richmond, and New Richmond Area Community Foundation, has developed a website to host recreational information for the New Richmond area, newrichmondwi.recdesk.com/Community/Home.
The St. Croix Central High School Forensics team took part in the state competition at UW-Madison on April 20-21. Earning gold medals (perfect scores) were: Annika Zehm (Farrago), Ellie Fraser (Poetry), JD Larson (Poetry), Nicole Hetletved (Public Address), Emily Davenport (Solo Acting), and Robyn Pfeifer (Solo Acting). Earning silver medals were: Joey Sauer (Four-Minute) and Jillian Turbeville (Farrago) Earning bronze medals were: Emma Knospe (Solo Acting) and Evan Tredal (Impromptu)
The St. Croix Central FBLA team recently competed at the Wisconsin FBLA State Leadership Conference, which was held in La Crosse. The event featured almost 2,500 students from the seven regions that make up Wisconsin FBLA. St. Croix Central is the home school of the 2017-2018 Wisconsin Region 1 Vice-President, Tyler Miller (Class of 2018). Students that participated from SCC include: • Tyler Miller - Organizational Leadership - first place (National Leadership Conference Qualifier)
The New Richmond Middle School recently announced its third quarter honor roll and honor roll with distinction for the 2017-18 school year. Honor Roll Eighth Grade
The Rotary Club of New Richmond announced the winners of its annual essay contest on March 19 at WITC. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from New Richmond Middle School and St. Mary's were given the prompt for this year's essay contest based on the International Rotary Theme of "Making a Difference." The following students were selected as the winners in each grade level: Sixth grade: Chesney Demulling, George Schroeder, Cole Trossen and Angela Magler Seventh grade: Cleo Moen, Kailey Stevens and Seamus Scanlan
The St. Croix Central Middle School has announced its third quarter A and B honor roll students for the 2017-18 school year. A honor roll Eighth grade
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service natural resource professionals are preparing for the start of the controlled burning season. From mid-March to mid-June, staff at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's St. Croix Wetland Management District in New Richmond, Wis., will be mobilizing crews of firefighters and equipment for scheduled burns on portions of 24 Waterfowl Production Areas (WPAs) in Wisconsin's St. Croix, Polk and Dunn Counties. The U.S.
St. Anne Catholic School recently announced its second trimester middle school honor roll. Fifth Grade A honor roll: Nora Kopp, Addy Neumann, Ella Olson, William Schimmel and Ellie Schmitt B honor roll: Ashley Carufel, Paige Foster, Alex McGurran, Henry Measner and John Wuorinen Sixth Grade A honor roll: Ava Kopp, Paytton Mattren, Julia Rybacki and Ava Urquhart Seventh Grade