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Video: PBL Arete Academy Presents Play and Hero’s Ceremony

Video: PBL Arete Academy Presents Play and Hero’s Ceremony

Marissa Hart, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
March 13, 2017
Filed under Classroom, News, Showcase, Video

PBL Aréte Academy presents their play Tuesday, March 14 at 1:30 pm in Pickard Auditorium. The Hero's Ceremony is April 7 at 11 am at NHS.

Art Students Awarded at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum

Art Students Awarded at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum

Kiara VandenLangenberg, Staff Writer and photographer
March 7, 2017
Filed under Classroom, News

The Bergsrom-Mahler Museum hosted the Fox Valley Area High School Glass Exhibition on Saturday, March 4. Eight different awards were given at the  artist reception on Sunday, including two NHS art students who were victors. Allison Koopman, senior, won the Glass Education Award for her piece "The...

NHS in the News: Students Confront Bias

NHS in the News: Students Confront Bias

February 16, 2017
Filed under Classroom, News

A course at NHS, called Race, Rights, and Trans-cultural Beliefs, has students facing controversial topics head-on. Subject matters such as race, immigration, and LGBTQ rights are discussed and debated in the class in a respectful manner. Mrs. Barb Jirikowic, who teaches the class, and several students we...

GT Students Seek Educational Equality

GT Students Seek Educational Equality

Arianna Robles, Student of Journalism
December 11, 2016
Filed under Classroom, News, Showcase

Living life on pause, students who are advanced struggle with this on a daily basis. "It's hard for kids to stop learning, while other kids catch up. They just don't know what to do with themselves." Ms. Val Cleveland a gifted and talented teacher said. Originally the Gifted and Talented Program w...

NHS Offers Students an Exclusive Learning Opportunity

NHS Offers Students an Exclusive Learning Opportunity

Emily Roberts, Student of Journalism
November 29, 2016
Filed under Classroom, News

Select NHS English classes have been granted the opportunity to experience the reality of a college course through a unique classroom schedule. CAPP and AP courses such as Modern Literature, English Language and Composition as well as FVTC eligible Written Communication teachers felt eager to sha...

Project Based Learning “Humans of Neenah” Project Showcases Community

Project Based Learning “Humans of Neenah” Project Showcases Community

April 6, 2016
Filed under Classroom, Community, News

via Tara Meinke, Suzy Weisgerber, Gregg Goers, Emily Bennett, and Lynn Heyn Students in the NHS Arete PBL program have been running a weekly Humans of Neenah article this past year on their website humansofneenaharete.weebly.com, on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HumansOfNeenah/ , an...

Culinary Students Cook at Lambeau

Culinary Students Cook at Lambeau

Ksenya Seager, Photography Editor
February 24, 2016
Filed under Classroom, News, Showcase

Culinary students cook for the chef at Lambeau field to practice for upcoming competition. Culinary club, led by Mrs. Debra Garbe had the opportunity to work with Chef Heath Barbato in the kitchen at Lambeau. Chef Barbato gave the team pointers on how to better succeed at the competition.  Chef also...

Technology and Engineering Department Teaches a Valuable Skill Set

Technology and Engineering Department Teaches a Valuable Skill Set

Charley Hrobsky, Staff Reporter
January 17, 2016
Filed under Classroom, News, Showcase

The technology and engineering department at Neenah High School teaches students how to make products, sell them and customize them to the benefit of its community.   Travis McDonough, technology education teacher, came onto the high school staff three years ago when the welding lab was due for ins...

Freshmen Involved in Community Service

Freshmen Involved in Community Service

November 15, 2015
Filed under Classroom, News

Valuing community involvement,  Freshmen Seminar classes have offered freshmen the opportunity to partake in a community service project since 2005. Freshmen Seminar coordinator Mr. Brian Borchardt reflected that Freshman Seminar is a class established by alumni Libby Falk in 2005 because she was loo...

Student Jumps Over Hurdle With Wordle

Student Jumps Over Hurdle With Wordle

Annie Czech, Reporter
November 15, 2015
Filed under Classroom, News

Most students work hard to make a mark with their academic achievements in each class, but not many go above and beyond like senior Lizzy Stacker who is assembling the high school’s first Wordle mural. Stacker first hatched the idea when her Intro to Education Career teacher, Mrs. Tara Rockwei...

Physics Teacher Rewarded in More Ways Than One

Physics Teacher Rewarded in More Ways Than One

Annie Czech, Reporter
October 22, 2015
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Mr. Scott Hertting does not wake up at 5 a.m. each morning to start his 12 hour day for no reason; he has a passion for teaching and challenging his students. Hertting started teaching science, specifically physics, 25 years ago and is still on fire for it as the first day. His favorite part of his job...

Biotechnology class: Killer GMOs infecting the world

November 4, 2014
Filed under Classroom, News

By:  Reporter Nicole Stratton Brought to the media’s attention by filmmaker, Mr. Jeremy Seifert, via his documentary GMO OMG, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are internationally affecting countries. Walking in Biotechnology class, teacher Mrs. Molly Brown, explained to the class the importance of the future. Once the film reached the credits sh...

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