Wild Rose School Board members Sandy Rockwood was on hand as Jim Vance, Mark Diesen, and Ryan McElroy participated in the March 7 Dads’ Night at the Wildcat Extended Learning Lab with Alaina Vance, Zoe Diesen, and Alexianna McElroy. Their pictures were turned into jigsaw puzzles.

 

Almond-Bancroft’s Elijah Kollock scores for the Eagles on March 7 during a playoff loss against Columbus Catholic at Wausau East.

The Almond-Bancroft Eagles had a great season this year. With 22 wins and only 4 losses in the regular season, they were definitely a team to be proud of.

Almond-Bancroft’s Elijah Kollock scores for the Eagles on March 7 during a playoff loss against Columbus Catholic at Wausau East.

With a 178-135 victory over Amherst on March 6, the Wild Rose High Quiz Bowl team finished the season with a 5-1 record and clinched the CWC Southern Division. This qualifies them for the 2019 Central Wisconsin Conference Championship Match.

The Westfield High School Forensics team performed at the district competition in DeForest on March 11. Pictured are the participating students (back): Owen Novy, Allen Ely, Mrs. Nelson, Kevin Dahlke, Morgan Myhre, Chloe Wolzen, Samantha Meyer, and Alex Cujak; (middle): Sheri Cujak, Abbey Weishaar, Jaylyn Rachel, Trista Drew, Paige Lietz, and Kiera Thiede; (Front): Zane Baker, Molly Cujak, Mikayla Flyte, Taylor Ellis, Carolyn Czerwinski, Iris Slotten, and Lily Wagner.

The Westfield Forensics team performed at the district competition at DeForest High School on March 11. Fifteen entries advanced to the state competition to be held at UW-Madison on Friday, April 12.

The Westfield High School Forensics team performed at the district competition in DeForest on March 11. Pictured are the participating students (back): Owen Novy, Allen Ely, Mrs. Nelson, Kevin Dahlke, Morgan Myhre, Chloe Wolzen, Samantha Meyer, and Alex Cujak; (middle): Sheri Cujak, Abbey Weishaar, Jaylyn Rachel, Trista Drew, Paige Lietz, and Kiera Thiede; (Front): Zane Baker, Molly Cujak, Mikayla Flyte, Taylor Ellis, Carolyn Czerwinski, Iris Slotten, and Lily Wagner.
Introduction to Print student Daniel Caro was excited to share the history of how printing came to America during the History of Print Exhibition on March 12 at Wautoma High School. Jacob, along with his classmates, Brandon Schultz, Daniel Caro, Emily Wenninger, Hailey Miller, and Jacob Siebers had been working on their projects since first semester with their teacher Wendy Appel. See story and photos on page 4 of this section.

Wautoma High School’s Introduction to Print class put on a special exhibition on March 12 on the History of Print for the community to enjoy.

Introduction to Print student Daniel Caro was excited to share the history of how printing came to America during the History of Print Exhibition on March 12 at Wautoma High School. Jacob, along with his classmates, Brandon Schultz, Daniel Caro, Emily Wenninger, Hailey Miller, and Jacob Siebers had been working on their projects since first semester with their teacher Wendy Appel. See story and photos on page 4 of this section.
Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. will feature adorable animals from Havens Petting Farm. The petting zoo will include bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks, goats, a calf, alpaca, mini potbelly pig, and even a mini horse. Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held at Parkside School, Wautoma.

Waushara County’s largest free family fun and resource fair, Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Parkside School, Wautoma. The event offers information for parents, hands-on activities for kids, and loads of family fun.

Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. will feature adorable animals from Havens Petting Farm. The petting zoo will include bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks, goats, a calf, alpaca, mini potbelly pig, and even a mini horse. Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held at Parkside School, Wautoma.
Almond-Bancroft’s Elijah Kollock scores for the Eagles on March 7 during a playoff loss against Columbus Catholic at Wausau East.
The Westfield High School Forensics team performed at the district competition in DeForest on March 11. Pictured are the participating students (back): Owen Novy, Allen Ely, Mrs. Nelson, Kevin Dahlke, Morgan Myhre, Chloe Wolzen, Samantha Meyer, and Alex Cujak; (middle): Sheri Cujak, Abbey Weishaar, Jaylyn Rachel, Trista Drew, Paige Lietz, and Kiera Thiede; (Front): Zane Baker, Molly Cujak, Mikayla Flyte, Taylor Ellis, Carolyn Czerwinski, Iris Slotten, and Lily Wagner.
Introduction to Print student Daniel Caro was excited to share the history of how printing came to America during the History of Print Exhibition on March 12 at Wautoma High School. Jacob, along with his classmates, Brandon Schultz, Daniel Caro, Emily Wenninger, Hailey Miller, and Jacob Siebers had been working on their projects since first semester with their teacher Wendy Appel. See story and photos on page 4 of this section.
Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. will feature adorable animals from Havens Petting Farm. The petting zoo will include bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks, goats, a calf, alpaca, mini potbelly pig, and even a mini horse. Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held at Parkside School, Wautoma.

Correction

In the March 5 edition of the Resorter, in the Seniors- stay active, enroll in PALS program, it stated that the class started March 10.

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Sports

Almond-Bancroft’s Elijah Kollock scores for the Eagles on March 7 during a playoff loss against Columbus Catholic at Wausau East.

The Almond-Bancroft Eagles had a great season this year. With 22 wins and only 4 losses in the regular season, they were definitely a team to be proud of.

Community

Donna Lee Teschner, age 69, of Wild Rose, passed away Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 at ThedaCare Medical Center-Appleton.