The Kaukauna Area School District is seeking nominations for Employees of the Year. Now is your chance to nominate (and help us celebrate) a District staff member that has gone above and beyond to impact the lives of students or parents or has had a positive impact on the greater KASD community.
The last day to nominate a deserving employee is Tuesday, May 9th. Fill out the online form today!
We're back, and ready for you to donate blood, and save a life! National Honor Society's blood drives have been experiencing amazing success this year thanks to all of you, so let's keep moving forward, and invite others to consider "Giving Blood, Giving Life!"
If you've never donated, Thursday, April 27th is a great chance to start!
The blood drive will run from 6:45 a.m. through 2:45 p.m. Please contact Karla Miller-Flynn to sign up for your time.
The Kaukauna Archery Club competed in the WI NASP STATE tournament on Saturday, April 1st. KASD had 33 archers participate from both River View Middle School and KHS.
The middle school archers scored 2895 points, placing 18th out of 26 teams. The top placing archer for middle school was Michaela Sanderfoot with a score of 275, earning her 11th place out of 279 archers. Top Kaukauna boys archer was Riley Gerritswith a score of 240. The top archer for high school was Miranda Ashauer with a score of 277, earning her 25th place out of the 237 high school girls. The top high school boys archer for Kaukauna was Kody Trudeau scoring 272.
Congratulations on a great showing! #kaukaunastrong
Congratulations to Kaukauna's State Forensics Champions, Mikenna Buchinger and Julia Holschuh. On Saturday, April 1st on the UW-Whitewater campus, Mikenna and Julia defeated 47 other students in the category of Play Acting to bring home the title. KHS students Janelle Knick, Rachel Hietpas, Trent Hoffman and Mauricio Bentley also earned a 5th place finish in the category of Play Acting and Caven Malouf earned a semi-finalist medal in the category called Farrago.
This year's WFCA State Tournament consisted of more than 70 schools and over 900 entries.
The KHS Forensics team will end its season by competing in the WHSFA State Tournament in Madison on April 21-22.