Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Tomah Area School District

Lemonweir students Penelope Salomon, Anneliese Zold and Andrew Crouch hold signs that display traits of a soldier. They are standing in front of the fallen comrade table that was set up at the Tomah VA. Herald photos Bob Kliebenstein
Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 9:24am
Students in the Tomah school district made military recognition a top priority Monday on Veterans Day. Observances were held at several schools. Lemonweir elementary students made their annual trek to the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center to sing for the veterans. Lemonweir students also had...
Libby Hansen was recognized for her commitment to art education. She was named Middle Level Art Educator of the Year recently at a conference at Silver Lake College. Contributed photo
Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 9:25am
Libby Hansen knows what artistic expression has meant in her life. Hanson has made it her career to instill the importance of art in the lives of others. Hansen, a Tomah Middle School art teacher, was recognized as Middle Level Art Educator of the Year at the Wisconsin Art Education Association...
Jason Burch, Kendra Lene, Matthew Hennessey, Hanna Killgo and Diana Samuels rehearse a scene from the upcoming THS fall production. Contributed photo
Monday, October 21, 2019 - 10:32am
Tomah High School students will bring to life one of Oscar Wilde's most memorable comedies. The Importance of Being Earnest will be performed Oct. 25 and Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. with an Oct. 27 matinee at 1 p.m. at the THS auditorium. Originally written in 1895 by Wilde, the plot centers around two fun...
Tomah school district food service was the beneficiary of a combined effort to raise money to offset negative lunch balances for over 800 families. In the front row, from left are the Lemons to Lunches team Izabela Garcia, Bristol Scholze, Fynlee Garcia and Cadence Scholze. Back from left, Cindy Zahrte, Jeff Cram, Darold Kukowski, Sue Paulis and Chris Dawley. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein.
Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 10:12am
The big check had a Lions logo and Tomah Lions Club in the upper left hand corner. But be assured the Tomah Lions are fully aware it was the effort of four young girls from Tomah who were the driving force behind a nearly $4,600 ($4,519.30 to be exact) check donated to the Tomah School District...
Tomah building trades students are Connor Perry, Alex McPeters, Jesse Smith, Ian Neitzel, Eric Tollefson, Dakota Riedesel, Dawson Cruz, Jacob Powell, Brody Foss, Mark Genske, Arley Burkhalter and Hunter Davis. Contributed photo
Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 9:54am
Getting some dirt under the fingernails is an important element in career education. But so is taking time to learn from professionals who work in that specific career. Students from the Tomah High School building trades class participated in the La Crosse Area Builders Association Career Day...
The 2019 Homecoming Court pictured, from left, is Sam Burbach, Sarah Peterson, Roland Hockstedler, Rachel Venner, Joe Hesse, Lily Giraud Red Cloud, Phil Parks, Savannah Murphy, Caleb Lenning, Destinee Perry, Matt Holtz, Charli Schueler, Austin Arttus, Hope Kalland, Rudy Aguinaga and Brenna Jilek-Taylor. Contributed photo.
Monday, October 7, 2019 - 10:35am
Tomah Homecoming 2019 The Tomah Timberwolves will take on the West Salem Panthers at Tomah High School McKean Field this Friday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.; the dance team will perform at halftime. This year's homecoming theme is "To Victory and Beyond." Dress up days include: Class Colors on Monday, Star...
From left, sisters Fynlee and Izabella Garcia and Cadence and Bristol Scholze sold lemonade, garden produce and baked goods to turn Lemons into Lunches. Money from the proceeds will be used to offset negative meal balances for students in the Tomah School District. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 9:14am
It may have not been freshly squeezed lemonade, but that did not diminish the effort of four Tomah girls who wanted to help out Tomah students as a new school year starts. Siblings Cadence and Bristol Scholze and Izabela and Fynlee Garcia devoted part of their days on Friday, Aug. 30 and Saturday,...
Thursday, August 22, 2019 - 9:59am
If the Wausau School District wants to continue building momentum to ban the remaining 31 Native mascots in Wisconsin schools, it will do so without support from the Tomah School District. Earlier this month the Wausau School Board passed a resolution calling for lawmakers to ban Native American...
Pictured are AP honor students who were at the Tomah School Board meeting. From left, Eric Wilcox-Borg, Rita Conway, Malakai Roman, Natalie Zeps, Tatianna Briggs, Haley Bradley, Riley Krultz, Alexis Smiezek, Clara Krause and Sydney Moore. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Thursday, August 22, 2019 - 9:43am
Twenty-one Tomah High School grads will enter college this fall a little ahead of the game. The students were recognized at the Tomah School Board meeting for taking advanced placement (AP) exams. The classes count toward college credits. The students earned AP honors for their work. Over 100...
Students at Lemonweir Elementary School will be able to enjoy the fruits and vegetables of labor from the effort of principal Nicki Pope after the school received a $14,400 grant to purchase fruits and vegetables that will be served has healthy options for classroom snacks during the school year. Pope is pictured with Micheal Nelson, Michael Diaz, Jakob Spieker, Blake Champlin, Angel Cepeda and Amerie Cepeda munching on strawberries and blueberries. Contributed photo
Monday, August 19, 2019 - 11:13am
Nicki Pope is an elementary educator. She knows that lessons learned at an elementary age are more likely to be retained at a middle school and high school age. That is a key reason Pope, principal at Tomah's Lemonweir Elementary School, applied for a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) grant...

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