Pictured are the members of the Westfield Forensics Team: (back row):  Sheri Cujak, Liz Smith, Mikayla Flyte, Lily Wagner, Carolyn Czerwinski, Sarah Oechsner, Breanna Baljo, Elsbeth Hamilton, Robynn Leverich and Kaycee Verdine; (front row): Kayla Anagnostopoulos, Kali Gardner, Skye Schmudlach, Gia Bastien, Taylor Ellis, Jared Meyer, Peter Czerwinski, Brianna Zajda and Nicole Kopach.

The Westfield High School Forensics team, coached by Sheri Cujak and Nicole Kopach, concluded a successful season at the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association State Speech Festival on Friday, April 21, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Pictured are the members of the Westfield Forensics Team: (back row):  Sheri Cujak, Liz Smith, Mikayla Flyte, Lily Wagner, Carolyn Czerwinski, Sarah Oechsner, Breanna Baljo, Elsbeth Hamilton, Robynn Leverich and Kaycee Verdine; (front row): Kayla Anagnostopoulos, Kali Gardner, Skye Schmudlach, Gia Bastien, Taylor Ellis, Jared Meyer, Peter Czerwinski, Brianna Zajda and Nicole Kopach.

Wautoma/Wild Rose Cross Country team member MacKenzie Caves recently received an Academic All State Award from Wautoma/ Wild Rose Head Boys and Girls Cross Country Coach Bob Barbarich and Wild Rose Principal Chris Nelson.

The Wautoma High School Top 10 seniors were honored for their academic achievement during the South Central Conference Top 10 Academic Awards Banquet on Wednesday, April 19, at Wisconsin Dells High School.

Coloma Elementary students in Becky Soper’s first grade class pitched in to help cleanup their community on Friday, April 21, for Earth Day. The students gathered a couple bags of garbage and were able to throw it away in the proper location.

Olivia Arreola with her FVTC Welding Instructor, Jessica Lloyd

On April 24, the Wautoma Area School District presented to the Focus 2025 group the accomplishments made since the Community Conversations a year ago. Over 60 people including students, teachers, administrative staff, citizens, and business owners attended the gathering at the Mt.

Olivia Arreola with her FVTC Welding Instructor, Jessica Lloyd

Members of the Pine River Rainbows 4-H club recently enjoyed the spring weather by raking and doing yard clean up in Poy Sippi.

Pictured are the members of the Westfield Forensics Team: (back row):  Sheri Cujak, Liz Smith, Mikayla Flyte, Lily Wagner, Carolyn Czerwinski, Sarah Oechsner, Breanna Baljo, Elsbeth Hamilton, Robynn Leverich and Kaycee Verdine; (front row): Kayla Anagnostopoulos, Kali Gardner, Skye Schmudlach, Gia Bastien, Taylor Ellis, Jared Meyer, Peter Czerwinski, Brianna Zajda and Nicole Kopach.
Olivia Arreola with her FVTC Welding Instructor, Jessica Lloyd

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Wautoma/Wild Rose Cross Country team member MacKenzie Caves recently received an Academic All State Award from Wautoma/ Wild Rose Head Boys and Girls Cross Country Coach Bob Barbarich and Wild Rose

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Pictured are the members of the Westfield Forensics Team: (back row):  Sheri Cujak, Liz Smith, Mikayla Flyte, Lily Wagner, Carolyn Czerwinski, Sarah Oechsner, Breanna Baljo, Elsbeth Hamilton, Robynn Leverich and Kaycee Verdine; (front row): Kayla Anagnostopoulos, Kali Gardner, Skye Schmudlach, Gia Bastien, Taylor Ellis, Jared Meyer, Peter Czerwinski, Brianna Zajda and Nicole Kopach.

The Westfield High School Forensics team, coached by Sheri Cujak and Nicole Kopach, concluded a successful season at the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association State Speech Festival on Friday,