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Neenah Math Teacher by Trade, Orphanage Emmanuel by Heart

Caleb Meyer, Student of Journalism October 30, 2023

Mrs. Loriann Harmon:  a daughter, mother and teacher. During a college study abroad experience, Harmon comes across an orphanage in Mexico. Her experiences of working with the children who lost...

The Dad of the Students

The Dad of the Students

Jack Morrissey, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 22, 2023

“What’s two words you should never say in an airport? Hi-Jack.” This is the most recent dad joke from Kert Dietrich, a U.S. history teacher who fully embraces his dad-teacher role. Dietrich...

Borchardt campaigns for mayor.

Neenah High School Educator Runs for Public Office

Chloe Sieman, Student of Journalism October 17, 2023

In the April 2022 mayoral election, first-time Neenah High School voters saw a familiar name on the ballot. Brian Borchardt, a teacher at Neenah High School, ran his campaign alongside his wife as they...

Jesse Schettle with a student.

He Explores Several Paths in Life: One Stands Out

Evan Olson, Student of Journalism October 16, 2023

When you ask a teacher why they teach, it's not uncommon to hear some variation of it's my calling. This much is true for Jesse Schettle, a biology teacher at Neenah High School. From early on,...

Chris Rundquist

Teacher Offers Insight Based on His Educational Path

Nigel Thao, Student of Journalism October 16, 2023

Throughout the years it feels like a rare day when Mr. Chris Rundquist doesn't get cussed out by a student or a parent. At the end of it all, he still loves his job. His role is: caring educator. At...

NHS Student’s Untold Experience Growing Up a Daughter of Immigrants

NHS Student’s Untold Experience Growing Up a Daughter of Immigrants

Reese Martin, Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

When Wendy Ni starts kindergarten she cannot speak English.  Months prior, she moves from China to America. Her parents speak only Chinese fluently; therefore, Wendy knows very little English. Throughout...

Sorting the Mind of Coach Rabas

Sorting the Mind of Coach Rabas

Charlie Wunderlich, Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

Digging through school trash bins sorting garbage from recycling and carrying a towel to wipe the gym floors may sound like our school janitor, but it’s actually Neenah’s varsity basketball head coach.  Coach...

Dedicated Teacher Shares Love of Travel with High School Students

Dedicated Teacher Shares Love of Travel with High School Students

Brianna Ankerson and Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

While most finish the last day of school not only feeling gloomy, but relieved because they get a break from the teachers and students, Mrs. Lisa Dorschner leaves feeling confident in her lit summer itinerary,...

Cathy smiles as she interacts with students.

Who’s that lady?

Morgan Grosek, Photographer October 15, 2023

Robotically, students follow students through the line. They progress through the line until it is time to see the nice lunch lady who waits to see the students she loves. Every day she comes to school...

Mrs. Gasparick reflects on the value of exercise.

Teacher Runs with Students Toward Positive Change

Easton Rice, Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

Walking through the hallway of a Michigan school, Elissa Gasparick finds her way. Gasparick weaves through the crowd of people like a soldier dodging landmines to make it to basketball practice on time....

Gabi Brazee with her finds from the trip to the Goodwill Outlet.

Thrifting for Fun and Funds

Grace Brazee, Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

Nine months ago, Gabi Brazee turns passion into profit. But it all starts with a love for the '80s. In 2017 she begins her obsession with the pop culture of the '80s and it makes her think about what gnarly...

Science teacher Kevin Sonntag shares his struggle with dyslexia.

Science Teacher Shares His Path to the Classroom

Justin Janssen, Student of Journalism October 15, 2023

Living with dyslexia is hard for everyone; being a teacher with it, is a whole different animal. Mr. Kevin Sonntag deals with this on a daily basis. As you may be able to assume, roadblocks hit him...

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