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World Language Program Earns State Award

Members of the Neenah World Language department receive the 2019 Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon Award at the WAFLT State Conference (Saturday) Nov. 2. 

Ron Kuusisto, Student of Journalism

December 9, 2019

The Neenah World Language department receives the 2019 Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon Award at the WAFLT State Conference (Saturday) Nov. 2.  NHS was the only school to receive the award this year. NHS is the new kid, in that they never had won this honor before. The award goes to a district that pro...

Neenah Autos Classes Brings Old Technology Back to Life 

Neenah Autos Classes Brings Old Technology Back to Life 

Garrett Luepke, Student of Journalism

December 1, 2019

Neenah auto classes tackle the reassembly of a 1968 Autobianchi Bianchina, gifted by Neenah company Motion Products Inc., known worldwide for Italian car restoration and “all things Ferrari.” “I am excited about this opportunity where kids will be able to work hands-on with an older and simple car ...

Field of Hydroponics Continues to Grow and Connect with Community

Science teacher Emily Bennett, who also ignited the focus on hydroponics in the district, is aiming to benefit not only Neenah schools, but the entire community with its environmentally friendly, locally grown produce.

Zach Schmitt, Student of Journalism

December 1, 2019

Students and staff continue to progress in the field of hydroponics, aiming to make it accessible to the district by years end, according to Emily Bennett, NHS science teacher. Bennett, who also ignited the focus on hydroponics in the district, is aiming to benefit not only Neenah schools, but the...

New Program Gives Curious Students New Opportunity

Last year's Incubator students winning cash prizes at Incubator contest

Josh Brazee, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

The new entrepreneurial program called Incubator gives NHS students a unique opportunity to learn business skills through hands-on experience throughout the school year.  “This program gives students the ability to truly run their own business and learn by putting their lessons into action,” ...

Neenah Teacher Wins Culinary Educator Award

Picture of the plaque Mrs. Garbe was awarded.

Dylan Leibold, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

The K-12 Culinary Educator award is presented to Debra Garbe by the Fox Valley Culinary Association on Nov. 4 at the Bridgewood Conference Center.  Although, Garbe has a great passion for culinary it was a prolonged road to get there.  The K-12 Culinary Educator award is distributed by the Fox...

New Program Available for Students Starting Second Semester

New Program Available for Students Starting Second Semester

Lauren Miller, Student of Journalism

November 24, 2019

A new Global Scholar program at NHS gives current and incoming students opportunities to expand their horizons starting second semester of the 2019-'20 school year.  Coordinator of this program Mr. John Morgen discusses what this program offers for students.  “The department of education (DPI) created...

Satellite App Contest Results

Satellite App Contest Results

November 15, 2019

The Satellite staff launched its app this week. Various contests were held.  Winners follow: Congratulations to Mr. Chris Rundquist's advisory for 100 percent participation!  All members win ice cream! Contratulation to Mr. Scott Hertting for installing the Satellite app.  He wins coffees until Christmas! Congratu...

Locations for 2019 Wellness Week Activities

Locations for 2019 Wellness Week Activities

LAUNCH, Student Contributors

October 24, 2019

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REACH Academy Donates to Neenah Animal Shelter

REACH Academy Donates to Neenah Animal Shelter

Press Release

June 3, 2019

The REACH Academy visited the Neenah Animal Shelter on June 3 to drop off toys, treats and food that they collected during their social justice project. Additionally, they also donated 40 tie blankets for the dog and cat cages, as well as the $300 they raised during the faulty car wash. REACH would...

N.J.S.D. Election for Hydroponics Units in Classrooms

To help the district obtain the

Emilee Wise, Editor-in-Chief

May 5, 2019

N.J.S.D. is a finalist in the "Opal Apples Youth Make a Difference" grant, worth  $75,000. The grant is awarded to young leaders taking on big environmental topics such as food security, nutrition, agriculture, food politics and education. If awarded the grant, N.J.S.D. would purchase hydroponics...

Musicians Prepare for the Upcoming State Solo & Ensemble Festival

Musicians Prepare for the Upcoming State Solo & Ensemble Festival

Nathan Gehrke, Student of Journalism

April 24, 2019

High school musicians across the state will perform at the state Solo & Ensemble festival on April 27 at UW-Oshkosh to conclude this year’s competitive path. “It makes me a better musician and helps me gain confidence when I perform in front of a judge,” senior Lily Slivinski said rega...

Arts Education and the Effects on NHS

Maddie Nail, Student of Journalism

April 17, 2019

Walking into NHS and roaming throughout the halls, one will be able to see all of the art pieces students have created to decorate the walls. Students love having their art hung up around the school, and are proud to show off their pieces. Lisa Dorschner, art teacher, helps create many of the...

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