Tribune Schools

Glenwood City NHS hosts Trunk Junk campaign

By Amber Hayden GLENWOOD CITY — With winter upon us, the Glenwood City High School National Honor Society (NHS) hosted the Trunk Junk campaign on Thursday, November 21, and passed out several items to students who drive themselves to school each day. The purpose of the campaign is to help teens be mindful of the…

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Boyceville High School/Middle School lists perfect attendance

1ST QUARTER 2019-2020 Grade 7 Dominic Anderson, Zachary Chilson, Gabriel Davidson, Taylor Drinkman, Emily Fetzer, Graciela Gonzalez, Jack Gruenhagen, Aiden Madison, Makayla Nelson, Delaney Olson, Jack Rineck, Riley Schutz, Blaine Severson, Amber Vandevrede, Caoimhe Vaughn Grade 8 Parker Coombs, Hannah Dunn, Devin Halama, Kylie Luedtke, Brady Mast, Kaitlyn Mittlestadt, Jasmine Morlock, Gabrielle Prochnow, Alexis Schlough,…

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Boyceville Schools list first quarter honor roll

Boyceville Middle/High School Honor Roll for 1st Quarter for the 2019-2020 school year. 7th Grade Dominic Anderson, Abigail Bauer, Ryker Benitz, Jake Bialzik, Keegan Cole, Gabriel Davidson, Tayler Drinkman, Emma Dunn, Emily Fetzer, Nathan Jensen, Talen Kietzer, Jamie Lehmann, Michael Montgomery, Makayla Nelson, Delaney Olson, Ashley Prestrud, Riley Schutz, Blaine Severson, Alan Sorensen, and Amber…

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Glenwood City HS/MS lists 1st quarter honor roll

The following Glenwood City High School and Middle School students have been named to the 2019-20 1st quarter A & B Honor Rolls. Students on the A honor roll have a grade point average of 3.5 and higher. Students with grade point averages of 3.00-3.49 are on the B honor roll. A HONOR ROLL GRADE…

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BHS takes second in 2019 land judging contest

ELMWOOD — The 2019 Land Judging Contest was held on Thursday, October 10 at the Jeff & Diana Gasteyer Farm near Elmwood. This year’s event was hosted by Dunn County and staff from Dunn, Buffalo, and Pepin County Land and Water Conservation offices, Solid Waste & Recycling, and NRCS assisted with the contest. Mike England,…

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Glenwood City Board of Education accepts donation from Gusts

By Amber Hayden GLENWOOD CITY — The Board of Education met on Monday evening, November 11, and during the consent agenda accepted the donation of $100,000 from Patricia and Laverne Gust for the Class of 1947 Scholarship. The donation has been put into a fund at Hiawatha National Bank and will gain 2.5 percent interest,…

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