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Boyceville School Board updates face covering policy, to continue COVID protocols

BOYCEVILLE — With the State’s emergency face coverings mandate set to expire September 28, the Boyceville Board of Education took action to update its re-opening plan to include monthly reviews of the face coverings at the regular monthly meeting held Wednesday, September 16 in the high school/middle school IMC. Essentially, the board unanimously approved to…

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EMHS Alumni Scholarship Fund awards 6 scholarships

ELK MOUND  —  The Elk Mound High School Alumni Scholarship Fund has awarded scholarships to six graduating seniors in the the Elk Mound High School Class of 2020. To be considered for a scholarship, the students had to write an essay, which was scored by a panel, and then they also participated in an interview,…

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Glenwood City school board hears reports, gives approval

GLENWOOD CITY — With clear plastic barriers placed between each board and administrative team member, the Glenwood City Board of Education returned to its regular meeting space in room 404 this past Monday, September 14 for the first time since early March and the COVID-19 outbreak. Meeting there for its first round of September’s slate…

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Packers seek nominations for High School Coach of the Week Program

The Green Bay Packers High School Coach of the Week Program is now underway, and the team is currently accepting nominations from high schools across the state, regardless of whether the high school team is playing in the fall or spring this year. The program recognizes one outstanding Wisconsin high school coach on a weekly…

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GC hosts music education clinic

Glenwood City hosted a beginning band clinic for music educators on Tuesday, September 1st with world-renowned educator Dr. Bruce Pearson. The virtual event was coordinated by Glenwood City band director Mr. Matt Lamb and sponsored by Kjos Publications. Area band directors from Boyceville, Spring Valley, Glenwood City, Baldwin-Woodville, River Falls, St. Croix Central, and Hillsboro…

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Teacher mini-grants available for ag literacy projects

MADISON – Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom program is offering mini-grants of up to $100 to fund projects that promote agricultural literacy. Grants can be used for innovative lessons, activities, resources, presentations, school fairs and other creative ideas. The proposed project must be targeted to grades pre-K through 12 and should enhance student…

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Local students named to CVTC President’s List

EAU CLAIRE – Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) announces that the following students have been named to the President’s List for the Summer 2020 semester: From Boyceville: Diane Duerst of Boyceville, Ashley A. Snider From Elk Mound: Amy J. Berres, Rachel J. Holm, Matthew R. Klevgard, Samantha Nyren, Alecia Pitsavas, Alana M. Plaszcz, and Elizabeth…

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CVTC expands College Transfer Academy

EAU CLAIRE, WI – A move to an all-virtual platform has allowed more area high school students to get an early start on their college education by enrolling in the College Transfer Academy through Chippewa Valley Technical College. The Academy started two years ago with students from Cornell, Lake Holcombe and Mondovi high schools taking…

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