DECA students from Westfield High School attended the State Career Development Conference March 4-6 in Lake Geneva. Those who attended were: (back): Amberlee Herrera, Orion Watry, Claudia Johnston, Destiny Burby and Zach Zajda; (front): Lillian Radzikinas, Samuel Blazich, Zane Baker, Carter Stauffacher, Owen Novy, and Gianna Bastien.

On March 4-6, eleven students from Westfield Area High School attended the state DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) conference which was held in Lake Geneva at the Grand Geneva resort.

DECA students from Westfield High School attended the State Career Development Conference March 4-6 in Lake Geneva. Those who attended were: (back): Amberlee Herrera, Orion Watry, Claudia Johnston, Destiny Burby and Zach Zajda; (front): Lillian Radzikinas, Samuel Blazich, Zane Baker, Carter Stauffacher, Owen Novy, and Gianna Bastien.

The Wautoma High school Technology class is working on a project to refurbish the Wautoma Rotary gazebo by the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma. Pictured is Joshua Kasuboski Technology Education Teacher as he works with Mason Brewer to replace part of the roof with a metal one.

This week Buzz joined 2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Miranda Carter and her student, Keana Berger during a reading conference. Teachers and students at Riverview take part in a balanced literacy workshop that consists of many components.

he Wautoma High School Key Club donated $1,164.97 to the American Red Cross on March 22. This money was raised from Key Club’s Hats for HEROES Day, which was held for the eight consecutive year at the Wautoma schools, and anonymous donors. Pictured are students  Estella Parades, Sunnie Grahn, Rosi Martinez, Jennifer Liu, Mallorie Visser, Hayley Moore, Paige Olson, Jalyn Piechowski, and Vicki P. Jenks, Red Cross HEROES.

On March 22, the Wautoma Schools held their Hats for HEROES Day. This is the eighth consecutive year that Wautoma schools have stepped up to help their local Red Cross.

he Wautoma High School Key Club donated $1,164.97 to the American Red Cross on March 22. This money was raised from Key Club’s Hats for HEROES Day, which was held for the eight consecutive year at the Wautoma schools, and anonymous donors. Pictured are students  Estella Parades, Sunnie Grahn, Rosi Martinez, Jennifer Liu, Mallorie Visser, Hayley Moore, Paige Olson, Jalyn Piechowski, and Vicki P. Jenks, Red Cross HEROES.

On April 11, Jessica M. Bielmeier was invited to the 2019 Crime Victim Rights Ceremony at the State Capitol Rotunda. Before the ceremony, Jessica spoke on behalf of all survivors in Waushara, Green Lake, and Fond du Lac County that she is a SASP for (Sexual Assault Service Provider-ASTOP).

Village of Plainfield President, John Zouski, posed for a picture with his family, following his last board meeting on April 9. Zouski served the community 26 years, with a combination of being a trustee and president. He was also a Plainfield volunteer fireman for eight years.

DECA students from Westfield High School attended the State Career Development Conference March 4-6 in Lake Geneva. Those who attended were: (back): Amberlee Herrera, Orion Watry, Claudia Johnston, Destiny Burby and Zach Zajda; (front): Lillian Radzikinas, Samuel Blazich, Zane Baker, Carter Stauffacher, Owen Novy, and Gianna Bastien.
he Wautoma High School Key Club donated $1,164.97 to the American Red Cross on March 22. This money was raised from Key Club’s Hats for HEROES Day, which was held for the eight consecutive year at the Wautoma schools, and anonymous donors. Pictured are students  Estella Parades, Sunnie Grahn, Rosi Martinez, Jennifer Liu, Mallorie Visser, Hayley Moore, Paige Olson, Jalyn Piechowski, and Vicki P. Jenks, Red Cross HEROES.

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