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Eleven Students Qualify for State DECA

Neenah High School had 11 students qualify for the state DECA championships after finishing third or higher in their categories during the district competition last weekend.   A total of 39 Neenah students competed in the virtual event with 22 students earning medalist honors. Five students received first place awards and will compete at the virtual state competition...

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Neenah Debate Excels at State Meet

Neenah High School senior Megan O'Keefe earned the top speaker award in the Lincoln-Douglas division and was one of three state scholarship winners at the recent Wisconsin State Debate Tournament. Additionally, assistant coach Kaija Snyder was named the Wisconsin State Coach of the Year. This year's event was held in a virtual format with 26 schools competing.  ...

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Thompson Appointed to School Board Open Seat

Scott Thompson, a 15-year veteran of the Neenah Joint School District Board of Education, has been selected to fill a three-month appointment to the Board this spring.   Thompson will fill the seat currently held by Carol Hollar-Zwick, who will resign following the Jan. 19 meeting. Hollar-Zwick is moving to Madison with her husband, who recently accepted a new job....

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Joch Named Chief Financial Officer

A restructuring of the Neenah Joint School District business office will result in Jon Joch assuming the role of Chief Financial Officer as the District searches for a Director of Business Services.   Joch essentially fills the position previously held by Andrew Thorson, who was the District’s Deputy Superintendent of Business Services before passing away in...

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District Tax Levy Comes in Below Projection

Neenah Joint School District residents will see a property tax increase of 98 cents per $1,000 of property value in 2021, which is one cent lower than projected following the passage of a referendum in April. The tax levy was certified by the Board of Education at a special meeting on October 27.   The total mill rate will be $7.84 per $1,000 of property value, which...

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Five Selected to NJSD Hall of Fame

Five prominent alumni comprise the Neenah Joint School District’s sixth annual Hall of Fame class in 2020. Those inducted, pending Board of Education approval, are Dr. Gary Losse, Todd Patterson, Vern Wollerman, Marti (Schreier) Wronski and Robert Yablon. The group brings the total members of the Hall of Fame to 39.   The inductees were selected by a committee...

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