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(Left to Right): Mr. Goers, Mrs. Weisgerber and Mr. Hollet, 3 of the Arete teachers,

Q&A: Discussing, COVID, Community and Costumes with the Arete Academy

Olly Dungan, Student of Journalism January 11, 2022

Last week, I interviewed three of the teachers of the Arete Academy, Mr. Gregg Goers, Mrs. Suzy Weisgerber and Mr. Patrick Hollet. Our discussion centered around the effects of COVID-19 on the academy,...

Video: NHS Art Students Showcase Various Available Courses

Robert Barthell, Videographer December 2, 2021

A collection of testimonials from current and former art students explaining the content, activities and advantages of each individual art class.  This video covers all art classes that run at school.

New Math Curriculum Takes Off at NHS

Anna Jamroz and Allie Galligan, Student of Journalism November 22, 2021

A new Curriculum, College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM), was added to the NHS math department at the start of the 2021-'22 school year.  Students become fully immersed in this curriculum when attending...

This infographic has the basics on each of the options for dual credit mentioned in this article.

Opportunities for College Credit in High School

Braiden Blank, Adriana Laughrin, and Caleb Youngwerth November 22, 2021

Multiple opportunities to earn cost-effective college credits are available to NHS students throughout their academic career.  “More recently, all students graduating from Neenah High School are...

Video: Welcome Back to the 2021-’22 Year

Robert Barthell, Videographer August 31, 2021

After 18 chaotic months of intermittent quarantines and having lives turned upside down by a microscopic particle, we have come back and it is almost as it used to be . . . with a few quirks.  This video...

Changes to Science Curriculum Aim to Benefit Students and Teachers

Changes to Science Curriculum Aim to Benefit Students and Teachers

Kaya Boettcher, Student of Journalism 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...

Physical Education Gone Virtual in Response to COVID and Unique Need

Physical Education Gone Virtual in Response to COVID and Unique Need

Evan Piechocki , Student of Journalism 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...

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

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

Ellon Buchanan, Student of Journalism 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 “Wood” Offer New Experiences for Students

Aber Qureshi, Student of Journalism 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...

English Department Chair Sara Roblee remains optimistic throughout changes.

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

Abi Wise, Student of Journalism 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...

N.J.S.D. Transitions to Online Learning Beginning Oct. 5

N.J.S.D. Transitions to Online Learning Beginning Oct. 5

Robert Barthell, Staff Writer October 2, 2020

In a statement released to all NHS teachers, Principal Brian Wunderlich announced that all N.J.S.D. students will be transitioning to virtual learning beginning Monday. A transition of this scale means...

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

World Language Program Earns State Award

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...

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