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The Ellsworth High School production of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" was an excellent two-hour adaptation of the original three-hour play. It certainly captured the essence of that tragedy!
Spring Valley Middle-High School has released the names of its third quarter honor roll students for the 2017-18 school year. GPA — 4.0 Seniors: Zaccary Larson, Taylor Moyer, Gabriella Stevens and Jack Walkky Juniors: Dylan Bosshart, Elsa DeCourt and Madison Maier Sophomores: Savannah Carlberg, Katherine Dieckman, Taylor Falde, Clara Gland, Kari Hybben, John Larson, Kristine Miller and Hope Webb
Prescott middle and high school students are participating in academic and career planning with other schools throughout Wisconsin. Career Cruising enables students to identify their interests and careers leading to those interests, said Larissa Dreyer, counselor at Prescott Middle School.
Prescott High School senior Peter Brookshaw is the Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for April 18. He was nominated by technology teacher BJ McKnight, who said "Peter comes to class with a smile and an infectious positive attitude that sets the tone for the whole class. He is respectful, responsible, and resilient. One can count on Peter to follow through on work, help his classmates, and works well with both staff and students on team projects. Peter is an excellent role model and a pleasure to work with."
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."—Winston Churchill It isn't a secret, you go along to get along. We all do it, some more than others. It helps us feel comfortably normal. Don't rock the boat. Politicians are masters at telling you exactly what you want to hear, to get your vote. The divisive, bipolar parties publish bullet points to help you know what to think and say about the current crisis and government solution.
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police March 28-April 8. Pornographic photos Police were called to Ellsworth High School at 1:31 p.m. March 28 in reference to an incident where a student saved some hacked pornographic images of another student. The case is being referred to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office. Pool table damage
Prescott High School senior Corey Kirschbaum is the Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for April 11. He was nominated by business education teacher Samantha Martell, who said "I have Corey for three classes a day and each class Corey is continually engaged, works hard and is motivated to learn. He asks questions and challenges his thinking. Corey has a passion to go into business after graduation and his determination to learn all about business shows through each class period."
PEPIN — The Flyway Film Festival has announced that the festival organization will restructure during 2018, with plans to host a two-day event Oct. 19-20 in Stockholm, Pepin and Alma. When the Flyway's founder and executive director, Rick Vaicius, made the decision to move to the Twin Cities last year, a group of Lake Pepin-area volunteers took the reins of the annual event. According to incoming Flyway board member Mary Anne Collins-Svoboda, the group is in the process of forming a new nonprofit organization.
Prescott Student Council: You are not alone TO THE EDITOR Dear Student Council Members:
SPRING VALLEY — The Spring Valley Stagehands are excited to bring "The Drowsy Chaperone" to the Spring Valley Theatre stage this April, and to have several Ellsworth residents in various roles related to the production. "The Drowsy Chaperone," directed by Ethan Hayes of Ellsworth, is a parody of American musical comedy in the 1920s. The story concerns a middle-aged, introverted musical theatre fan (Luke Hayes).