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This past week we celebrated the announcement that the District had been named one of 21 districts throughout the state to receive a "FabLab" Grant through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. This $25,000 grant is a great step forward in establishing the FabLab at the high school over the next year.
TOWN OF SALEM -- The Salem Town Board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 9. Approval of minutes from last meeting, Visitor comments, Financial report, Approve Bills, Equipment & Building, Road Report, 400th Street Bridge, Discuss and take action on Planning Commission Compensation, Plan Commission, Township dog Issues, Permits, Reports on meetings attended, Correspondence, Adjournment. Ruth Kay, Clerk
The Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes visitors to enjoy a true Wisconsin classic at the 16th annual Cheese Curd Festival with help from a $25,900 Joint Effort Marketing (JEM) Grant from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Taking place in the "Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin," the festival honors the popularity of Wisconsin cheese, with a focus on the cheese curd. Attendees can enjoy deep fried curds and signature dipping sauces, cheese curd-influenced cuisine, a cheese curd eating contest and more. The festival is set to take place June 23-24.
St. Joseph Parish School's annual "Walk for Virtues" is from noon to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27. The walk helps raise awareness of the contributions St. Joseph Parish School makes to our community. Virtues the school personifies in the community are faith, hope, charity, prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, respect, friendship and purity. The walk also helps the school raise money for tuition assistance for families in need.
Each year, Wisconsin has Youth Art Month — a state-wide art show. Art teachers from every school district are allowed to submit up to three pieces of artwork to be displayed at the state level. The three pieces are then put on display at the Capitol rotunda in Madison. While on display, state art vendors and organizations are allowed to give awards as they see fit.
Two Spring Valley Community Choirs (the Women's Choir and the Youth Choir) will be joined by the River Falls University Community Choir for a spring concert titled Earth, Sea, Sky and Home at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 29 at the Spring Valley Stagehands Theatre. The Youth Choir is open to Spring Valley students in grades 3-5. A few familiar tunes they are performing include Consider Yourself (from Oliver), Somewhere Over the Rainbow (from the Wizard of Oz), and The Water Is Wide.
After achieving honors for creativity, teamwork and innovation in regional and state academic tournaments, The Dangerous DI Dogs and the Mutant Elephino teams have earned the right to compete in Destination Imagination's Global Finals, the world's largest celebration of student creativity, to be held May 24-27 in Knoxville, Tenn. Team members of the Dangerous DI Dogs include Malone Intermediate fifth-graders Ecko Carl, Taylor Holub, Sophie Ripley, Jonah Brotka, Grahm Linderholm, Gracie Gujer, and Clint Sizemore. The team is managed by Tom Gujer and Beth and Brant Linderholm.
The construction of the new Ellsworth Elementary School is going well. The project continues to stay on budget and will be completed for the January 2018 opening. Many details dealing with the actual construction process and other topics are being addressed on a daily basis to build a quality building and process for moving into the school. Please visit the "Ellsworth Elementary" homepage on the district's website at www.ellsworth.k12.wi.us to get updates and see pictures of the construction process.
Plum City Middle/High School has named its third quarter honor roll recipients. They are as follows: A honor roll 12th grade: Adrianna Almsted, Kailee Broeckert, Anthony Ebensperger, Benjamin Glaus, Abigail Hassing, Josalin Helmueller, Connor Hinrichs, Wyatt Holt, Danyelle Hovland, Miranda Kernstock and Timothy Stauffer.
ELLSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL Each month, Ellsworth High School staff nominates students they feel are worthy of "Student of the Month" accolades. The following students were honored in February. Freshmen Connor Price was nominated by history/geography teacher, Mr. Foley. "Connor is an enthusiastic learner who is highly motivated and creative." Sophomores Tyler Hines was nominated by Mrs. Asher in F.A.C.E. "Tyler is very kind and respectful. He is a super role model for all students in the class."