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High School Students Experienced Heightened Political Animosity This Election Season

High School Students Experienced Heightened Political Animosity This Election Season
December 10, 2020

On top of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-racism protests, and the death of an honored Supreme Court justice, this tumultuous year also included a high-stakes presidential election. Two antagonistic candidates...

Administrators Adjust Parent-Teacher Conferences to Reflect a Virtual Environment

Administrators Adjust Parent-Teacher Conferences to Reflect a Virtual Environment
November 29, 2020

Mid-first semester parent-teacher conferences on Oct. 21, 26 and 30 were adapted by Associate Principal Kyle Popp for the virtual world in the N.J.S.D. because of COVID-19. The adjustments Popp, alongside...

Changes to Science Curriculum Aim to Benefit Students and Teachers

Changes to Science Curriculum Aim to Benefit Students and Teachers
November 22, 2020

Change is making its way to the science curriculum at NHS, arriving with the beginning of the 2021-'22 school year.  “I am in support of this change,” Scott Hertting, physics teacher and chair...

A Year without Stability: Reflecting on the First Quarter

The hallway illustrates social distancing at NHS.
November 22, 2020

The first quarter of NHS’s school year wrapped up on Nov. 6 as students and staff try to navigate their way through a global pandemic.  The conclusion of the first-nine weeks allows for grades to...

Physical Education Gone Virtual in Response to COVID and Unique Need

Physical Education Gone Virtual in Response to COVID and Unique Need
November 22, 2020

A virtual physical education course was added recently for students to take in order to earn their credits during the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We’ve started to see more and more students with mental...

Adapting Along With Advisory: Students Take the OAR Toward their Future

The goal of Advisory stays the same: “Tie learning to life-long learning,” Associate Principal William Richardson said.
November 22, 2020

Advisory (AACP) features a new schedule in response to three-hour classes, but the goal stays the same: “Tie learning to life-long learning,” Associate Principal William Richardson said. Since COVID-19,...

New Class for the 2021-’22 School Year “Wood” Offer New Experiences for Students

New Class for the 2021-'22 School Year
November 22, 2020

A new class, Wood Manufacturing 1, will be added to the course offering list next year, according to Associate Principal Tim Kachur. Traditionally, the technology department offers a unique mix of classes...

UW-Oshkosh Changes Admissions Process to Benefit Students, Families and Faculty

UW-Oshkosh Changes Admissions Process to Benefit Students, Families and Faculty
November 22, 2020

UW-Oshkosh found ways to alter its admissions process in 2020 to make it less stressful for everyone during hard times.  Justin Stigler, the assistant director of admissions at UW-Oshkosh and the admissions...

English Curriculum Undergoes Changes for the 2021-’22 School Year

English Department Chair Sara Roblee remains optimistic throughout changes.
November 22, 2020

Tenth grade English courses merge together starting 2021-2022 as a two-semester class, providing a “comprehensive and integrated experience,” Chad Buboltz, Director of Secondary Learning and Leadership...

Compression of Competition: One Regional for VAC

Compression of Competition: One Regional for VAC
November 22, 2020

Only one regional competition for Neenah’s Visual Arts Competition(Classic) team this year as the pandemic rages on. To explain, the article “State Competition Information” clarifies the VAC is...

Virtual Among Us Tournament Hosted by Arete Student

Virtual Among Us Tournament Hosted by Arete Student
November 19, 2020

A virtual Among Us tournament hosted by Arete student, Aryn Gauerke, begins Saturday Nov. 21, depending on level of participation. “I created this tournament because I wanted to bring people closer...

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