Thursday, April 27, 2017
***All Rebel athletic activities for tonight, including games and practices, have been cancelled due to the weather!***
Community Spirit Week
Forest County Ties That Bind Us would like to invite all Community Members to join in our Community Spirit Week leading up to the 4th Annual Colors of Cancer Run/Walk at the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway on Saturday May 6th”
Each year the event draws in several hundred people. The funds we raise stay local! We use the money we raise at this event to purchase gift cards and supplies from local establishments to assist local residents. Last year we were able to provide $26,968 in assistance to Forest County cancer patients
If you haven’t registered yet, don’t worry! There is still time! Registration opens at 8AM Saturday May 6th. Spectators are also welcome! We will have games for the kids, a bounce house, face painting, information booths, food sales and DJ Gregg Tallier to keep you entertained.
Schedule of Events – Rain, Shine (or Snow)
Food Sales start in the BarnFace Painting, Kids Games and Bounce House
Opening Ceremony / Group Color Throw
The 2017 Youth Art Month State Art Show
The 2017 Youth Art Month State Art Show hosted by NAEA was on display at the State Capitol in Madison from March 8th – March 31st. Art was selected from various school districts and counties throughout Wisconsin. For the Northeast Regional Show Students were selected from Dodge, Fond Du Lac, Sheboygan, Brown, Kewaunee, Door, Calumet, Manitowoc, Green Lake, Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca, Shawano, Oconto, Menomonie, Florence, Forest, Marinette, and Langlade Counties and displayed at the Bergstrom Mahler Glass Art Museum in Appleton. Congratulations to Laona High School students Ty Heuer, Nicole Eggert, Madelyn Krawze, and Dani Bellamy for being selected for this show. Of the work selected from the regional YAM show, three pieces from Laona moved on to the State Art Show located at the Rotunda of the State Capitol. Congratulations to Ty, Dani, and Nicci for their hard work, talent, and dedication paying off to be accepted into the State Show!
L to R; Ty Heuer, Dani Bellamy, Nicole Eggert, Madelyn Krawze.
Ty Heuer, "The Light of the World" -pencil and watercolor
Nicole Eggert, "You and Me going fishing in the dark…" -acrylic
Dani Bellamy; "Perched Bird" -watercolor
Madelyn Krawze; "Soaring Free" -chalk pastel
Congratulations to C.L. Robinson Elementary School, which has been nominated for the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program. This program recognizes overall academic excellence or progress in improving student achievement. (Click on the link below for further information!)
Laona/Wabeno Boys' Basketball Just Keeps on Winning!
Click on the Link Below to See Their Exciting Story!
On December 20th, Mike McGowan came to Laona High School to speak with our students about making good decisions and empowering students to stay drug free. He first spoke with our 7th and 8th graders, giving them accurate information about chemicals, and the skills to resist the cultural pressure to use drugs. Wabeno High School students, grades 9 and 10, joined Laona’s 9th-12th grade students for Mike’s second presentation. Here, he was able to capture the attention of students by telling stories about his own experiences, and how people's mistakes and poor decision making had serious consequences that impacted not only the rest of their lives, but other lives as well.
Thank you to Mrs. Keepers, Mrs Shepard, and to the art students who helped complete the painting of the new Rebel mascot on the high school gym wall. Now our Kelly mascot has a friend!
New Concrete Poured on the Elementary Playground
Student Academic Standards
As stipulated in 2015 Wisconsin Act 55, parents are hereby notified that the School District of Laona will be using the Wisconsin Standards for all content areas except Science. We will be using the National Science Standards in this area.
Breakfast and Lunch Program
All kids need a nutritious breakfast as a good start to the day. The Laona School District offers free breakfast to all students from 7:30-8:00 a.m. every school day. Please encourage your child to participate!
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