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Nicolet College to offer free entrepreneurship workshops in Rhinelander, Eagle River
Anyone looking to start a business or take a current venture to the next level is invited to attend Nicolet College's free Exploring Entrepreneurship workshops offered through the Nicolet Entrepreneurial Training (NET) Program.
Thursday, March 2, 2017

NCES students show off Project Day creations
HARSHAW - Students at Northwoods Community Elementary School got hands-on with science as they created projects and showed off their knowledge to parents Thursday afternoon. (subscriber access)
Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Rhinelander students compete at DECA state
Fifteen Rhinelander High School students competed at the Wisconsin DECA Career and Development Conference last week in Lake Geneva.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017

RHS mock trail team returns to state
Rhinelander High School will compete in the 34th annual Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Tournament in Madison this Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday, March 11, 2017

Second graders participate in Dr. Seuss activities
Second grade students at Crescent Elementary School participated in a variety of Dr. Seuss activities March 2. Each second grade class visited the five second grade classrooms to learn more about the books that Dr. Seuss wrote.
Saturday, March 11, 2017

RHS announces February students ot the month
Rhinelander High School's February students of the month are, from left to right, Mrs. Allison Johnson, staff of the month; Bradley Orth, tech. ed.; Erin Bloom, science; Dylan Roeser, math; Neil Mathews, business/marketing; Sydney Zettler, foreign language; Sean Mathews, business/marketing; Kelsi Kreger, family and consumer science; Connor Lund, English; Zachary Maas, social studies; and Eleanor Rickman, fine arts. Missing from the photo is Novalee Juel, physical education.
Saturday, March 11, 2017

Nicolet, 15 other technical colleges gather at State Capitol for Student Showcase
The job skills taught at Wisconsin's 16 technical colleges took center stage in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda recently as students and staff from each campus highlighted select academic programs for the annual statewide Student Showcase.

Lawmakers, business and industry professionals, and members of the general public toured the exhibits to learn about the technical college system, the skills training the colleges provide, and how this training advances economic development in Wisconsin.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Oneida, Vilas superintendents have their say on school start date
The majority of the district administrators throughout Oneida and Vilas counties gathered last week to discuss local topics of interest within education.

Collectively, the group is known as the Oneida-Vilas School Board Association (OVSBA) and includes 10 school districts throughout the two counties with an open invitation to the Mercer School District in Iron County. (subscriber access)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Seusstastic Celebration
Crescent Elementary School students celebrated Dr. Seuss' 113th birthday Friday with a Seusstastic Celebration, where they listened to excerpts from "The Cat in the Hat," received Dr. Seuss gifts and had fun.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Cultural connections at Central Intermediate
According to the Wisconsin Department of Instruction (DPI), culturally responsive practices account for and adapt to the broad diversity of race, language, and culture in Wisconsin schools and prepare all students for a multicultural world. The School District of Rhinelander has embraced this challenge as an opportunity. On Monday, Feb. 27, all fourth-grade students from Central Intermediate School in Rhinelander loaded buses and headed to Camp Nawakwa in Lac du Flambeau to participate in the Ojibwe Winter Games (Ojibweg Bibooni-Ataadiiwin).
Saturday, March 4, 2017

Rhinelander students celebrate World Read Aloud Day
More than 100 countries celebrated World Read Aloud Day on Feb. 16. Mrs. Raleigh's third-grade students at Pelican Elementary and Mr. Raleigh's fourth-grade students at Central Intermediate connected via Google Hangout to be part of the celebration. Prior to the hangout, fourth-grade students selected various pages from "The Secret Knowledge of Grown-Ups" by David Wisniewski to be read. The third-grade students listened intently as Mr. Raleigh shared Wisniewski's made up reasons for why parents have rules such as drinking milk, combing hair, and not chewing on fingernails. One third-grade student said, "That was cool, can we do that again?"
Saturday, March 4, 2017

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