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Future Eagle Scout Shares His Boy Scouts Experience

Photo provided by Jack Krautkramer

Ty Cianciolo, Student of Journalism

November 23, 2019

Jack Krautkramer flips a switch causing his table saw to jump to life, carefully he guides a piece of wood through the saw. Smiling ear to ear, he takes a minute to step back and admire his work.  The 12th grade student from NHS is now one step closer to completing his Eagle Scout project for Boy Scouts...

Writer’s Club Features Undiscovered Talents

Aspring author Alex Fahrenkrug shares his thoughts on his creative processes and inspirations.

Abe Akstulewicz, Student of Journalism

November 3, 2019

Writers of fiction inhabit all places; NHS is no exception. Undiscovered talent is in abundance here, even beyond our fairly small Writer’s Club. Two of these aspring authors, Alex Fahrenkrug and Bobby Lee, shared some thoughts on their creative processes and inspirations. Both are authors of scie...

Family Tragedy Sparks Flames of Forgiveness

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Canteley.

Kya Meunier, Student of Journalism

October 20, 2019

If someone you love set fire to your world could you forgive them? At the age of only four, Nikki Messick's father set her childhood home to flames. The fighting between her parents and the upcoming divorce proves to be to much for her father to handle. The flames become his way of trying to rid his...

Student Cautions Against High School Drama: Stop “the Tea”

High school drama -- now commonly known as

Logan Laabs, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

Involved in theatre, Abby Brumbaugh is like every ordinary junior at NHS. Everyday Abby walks through the halls of Neenah with a smile shimmering on her face, as if she scores tickets to her favorite musical. Although feeling happy, her day is altered by the wake of drama hitting her ship. High school...

Authors of Science Fiction and Fantasy Enjoy Writing on Subjects that are Impossible to Experience

Two of these aspring authors, Alex Fahrenkrug and Bobby Lee, share some thoughts on their creative processes and inspirations. Both are authors of science fiction and fantasy who enjoy writing on subjects that are impossible to experience in reality.

Abe Akstulewicz, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

Writers of fiction inhabit all places, NHS not excluded. Undiscovered talent is in abundance here, even beyond our fairly small Writer’s Club. Two of these aspring authors, Alex Fahrenkrug and Bobby Lee, share some thoughts on their creative processes and inspirations. Both are authors of science fiction...

Ambitious Man Takes up Many Careers Prior to Teaching Science

Science teacher Jesse Schettle adventures through many careers. Photo courtesy of NJSD Staff Directory.

Rhieley Mulder, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

Carpenter, pharmacist, teacher - oh my! Mr. Jesse Schettle is a man of many interests. Growing up, Schettle initially wanted to be a carpenter; remodeling houses and living out his imagination.  Once he entered high school, however, his plans change and his interest in the medical field sparked....

Student Debates His Future

Student Debates His Future

Jacob Schwartz, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

All high schoolers have to decide what they will do after walking down the aisle at graduation, for many this is a period of great uncertainty because for the first time in their life they have to decide for themselves. Elrik Dunn is a sophomore trying to decide what he wants out of his life; he is ac...

Teacher from a Different Country Explains What Brings Her to NHS

Neenah's new addition to the foreign language program is Ms. Rong Hill, who teaches Mandarin Chinese.

Ron Kuusisto, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

This year Neenah has another addition to the foreign language program. Ms. Rong Hill, the newest Mandarin Chinese teacher loves to share her knowledge and memories of China with her students. Because of her having such a busy daily schedule, she only gets to teach here for one class period a day. ...

Student Creates Magazine Comprised of Local Artists

Senior Hannah Farrell's recent project is Preen, her own magazine, comprised of art and writings of local artists.

Noelle Schumacher, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

Not many highschoolers are able to jump-start their creative careers the way Hannah Farrell, class of 2020 at NHS has. Since she’s been young, she’s been creative and innovative, breaking outside the traditional views of the people around her and building new paths. Her most recent project, Pre...

College Bound: The Real Pay of Football Play

Senior Jacob Kaszuba plays football at NHS, and he plans to continue his play into college.

Josh Brazee, Student Journalist

October 19, 2019

Commitment requires responsibility. It takes time and an endless amount of effort to stay on track. Senior Jacob Kaszuba lives by this idea. He plays football at NHS, and he plans to continue his play into college. He credits his football career with teaching him the meaning of commitment, and many other...

Educator Advises Others that “There Will Be Weather” in Life

Photo courtesy of Fox Cities Morning Rotary Club

Zach Schmitt, Student of Journalism

October 19, 2019

Wednesday. Just before dawn. Gregg Goers wanders past the fenceline of a campground near the Grand Canyon. He continues toward the mouth of the canyon and seats himself, watching the sunrise in solitude with his feet hanging a mile above the ground. To him, this exercise tests the boundaries of his own...

Guitarist Describes His Musical Journey and Inspirations

Guitarist Describes His Musical Journey and Inspirations

October 19, 2019

For many people music is a spiritual experience. In some cases music can feel psychedelic and move you in ways nothing else can. Music, for Cade Kleisner, is the air he breathes. “Music has a huge influence on my life; I love everything about it. I’ll always have an earbud in no matter what....

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