Gunnufson named 2020 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Student Inititative Scholar

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MILWAUKEE — The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Student Scholarship, Teacher Fellowship and Principal Leadership program has announced recipients of the 312 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for Wisconsin students, teachers and principals. Awards in the amount of $6,000 are being made to 100 teachers, 16 principals, and their schools, and $10,000 scholarships…

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Boyceville lists second quarter honor roll

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Boyceville Middle/High School Honor Roll for 2nd Quarter for the 2019-2020 school year. 7TH Grade Dominic Anderson, Ryker Benitz, Jake Bialzik, Gabriel Davidson, Tayler Drinkman, Emma Dunn, Emily Fetzer, Talen Kietzer, Jamie Lehmann, Aidan Madison, Michael Montgomery, Makayla Nelson, Delaney Olson, Ashley Prestrud, Riley Schutz, and Blaine Severson. 8th Grade Sara Bauer, Gracie Casper,  Parker…

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Boyceville High School/Middle School lists perfect attendance

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2ND QUARTER 2019-2020 Grade 7 Dominic Anderson, Zachary Chilson, Gabriel Davidson, Taylor Drinkman, Emily Fetzer, Graciela Gonzalez, Kathryn Groener, Jack Gruenhagen, Riley Schutz, Ethan Wittmer. Grade 8 Devin Halama, Joseph Kurschner, Mackenzi Loback, Kylie Luedtke, Kaitlyn Mittlestadt, Paige Mrdutt, Braden Roemhild, Sarah Stoveren, Haley Stuart-Tollefson, Molly Webb. Grade 9 Remington Belch, Mason Bowell, Nicohl Dicks,…

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Boyceville High School Senior Noelle Wheeldon selected as Menomonie Optimist Club Youth of the Month

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NOELLE WHEELDON

The Menomonie Optimist Club provides the Boyceville High School teaching staff with the opportunity to recognize the achievements and efforts of an outstanding senior student.  The selected student is then recognized as the Menomonie Optimist Youth of the Month. Noelle Wheeldon was selected to represent Boyceville High School as Youth of the Month for November. …

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Boyceville High School Science Olympiad finishes 26th overall at Solon Invite in Solon, Ohio, MS 27th overall

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BV Science Olympiad teams

SOLON, OH – The Boyceville MS & HS Science Olympiad teams participated this past weekend in the Solon Science Olympiad Invitational in Solon, OH with the high school varsity team finishing 26th  out of 72 teams and the middle school team finishing in 27th place overall out of 45 teams.  Nine different states were represented…

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TCE fifth graders make donation to help with surgeries through Smile Train charity

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TCE 5th graders Smile Train donation
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Boyceville HS Champion in Division 2, Runner-Up Overall

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Boyceville Science Olympiad high school team

The Boyceville High School Science Olympiad teams earned the team championship trophy in Division 2 at the 9th Annual UW-River Falls Border Battle Science Olympiad Invitational for only the second time since 2014, with Division 2 comprised of schools with less than 950 students in grade 9-12. The varsity team was led by gold medal…

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BV School Board approves Aviation curriculum

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By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Board of Education has approved the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) high school Aviation curriculum for freshmen. “Beginning next year, we would like to offer freshmen the opportunity to take either Physical Science or the AOPA High School ninth grade curriculum,” middle/high school principal Tyler Moy said.…

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Boyceville MS earns team title in Medford, HS team runner-up

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Boyceville Science Olympiad Ana Evenson

The Boyceville Middle and High School Science Olympiad teams competed at the 3rd annual Medford Invitational Tournament this past Saturday, with the Middle School team winning the team tournament for the second year in a row and the High School team earning the runner-up trophy. Boyceville High School earned medals in 24 out of 28…

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Teacher mini grants allow Boyceville to improve wellness walk and kickstart Gaga ball fund

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By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — During the December 18 meeting, the Boyceville Board of Education accepted two teacher mini grants from the Community Foundation of Dunn County. The grants totaled $1,500 and were made on behalf of the Healthy Futures Teacher Mini Grant program. Out of the grant total, $1,000 will go toward a Gaga…

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