Education

The Little Falls Exchange Club has selected Brighton Goodrich, son of Deb and Sherwin Goodrich, as the September Boy of the Month at Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS). “Brighton Goodrich is an outstanding choice for the September Boy of the Month because of his maturity, his dedication and his potential for continued growth,” said [...]

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Students at Little Falls Community High School will present their fall comedy, “Faith County.” A group of good ol’ country folk have gathered somewhere in the middle of nowhere for this year’s county fair, and there is stiff competition in the arts and crafts competition. All are invited to see this hilarious production Friday, Oct. [...]

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Little Falls Community High School has chosen Kendra Pohlman, daughter of Robin and Sara Pohlman, as the September Girl of the Month. Pohlman is active in the sports of volleyball, basketball and softball. She has won many awards for her sporting activities and has been chosen all conference for volleyball and has been named captain [...]

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By Jennie Zeitler Correspondent Participation in the Community Energy Challenge by the city of Royalton and the school district has begun. The “Learn and Earn” program started Oct. 20 and runs through the end of November. Elementary Principal Phil Gurbada updated the School Board at Tuesday’s meeting. “Rusty Gwost and Marty Bratsch are coordinating the [...]

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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent When the former Royalton School District nurse resigned in August, the district wondered how to fill that spot in the short time left prior to the start of school. Two women stepped forward to help out the district, not only filling the position but going above and beyond. Shelley Gurbada and Pat [...]

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America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education grants support math and science education  Pierz Public Schools received a $25,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The district will use the money to construct a greenhouse and bee apiary demonstration lab to facilitate student learning through hands-on instruction. The greenhouse will benefit [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Dean Dahmen and Gwen Gruber, teachers at Pierz Healy High, liked the idea of a student-facilitated candidate forum. Pierz City Administrator Scott Saehr approached them with the idea to host a student-facilitated forum for City Council candidates. Dahmen and Gruber each teach two sophomore civics classes. “The whole class got involved [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer TSP Architects, in business since 1930, was chosen from 12 architectural firms to create a facilities analysis of Little Falls district buildings and sites. This would include everything up to a referendum and the construction. With the newest building within the district 42 years old, and many of the buildings’ windows, [...]

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