• March 1Friday, March 1 Boys Basketball - WIAA Regional Semifinal, Home vs. Eau Claire North, 7 p.m. (NHS Gym)
  • March 1Thursday, February 29 Girls Basketball - WIAA Sectional Semifinal vs. Hudson, 7 p.m. (at D.C. Everest)
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The student news site of Neenah High School


The student news site of Neenah High School


Editorial Policy

The Satellite, produced as an extracurricular newspaper for the students of Neenah High School is intended to inform, entertain and enlighten. Our goals are to serve the public interest, report the truth and act with journalistic integrity.

Opinions expressed are not necessarily that of the Satellite staff or employees of the N.J.S.D., as the Satellite attempts to be objective, fair and accurate without limiting freedom of speech.

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