Local families and community members are invited to the Paris School Organization’s annual Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser on Saturday, March 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. The meal includes all-you-care-to-eat spaghetti (featuring sauce by Luisa’s Pizza) and meatballs (courtesy of Birchwood Foods), salad, bread, dessert, and beverage. Tickets are on sale at Paris School, 1901–176th Avenue, and will also be available […]
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Paris School students kicked off their literacy unit on the rainforest Tuesday with assemblies that showed them animals from that region. Mark Rosenthal of Animal Magic, Inc., based in Michigan, introduced students to a variety of exotic animals from his collection from a a sloth to a rare rainforest Binturong. The assembly was sponsored cooperatively by Paris School and […]
The Paris School District has made the following announcement regarding positions on the School Board School up for election in April: The Paris Jt. 1 Board of Education has two positions up for election on April 7, 2015. Current Board member, Mrs. Colleen Belmont has submitted her Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement to run as […]
The 9th annual Panther Prowl was held Saturday at Paris School. The annual fundraiser had lots of activities and silent auction. The classes also take turns walking around a track that is laid out in the grass. Among all the activities at the fundraiser, the ribbon was cut on a new playground equipment that was purchased […]
Paris School is excited to invite the community to join their students, families and staff for their unique “fun”raiser, the Panther Prowl . The Ninth Annual Panther Prowl Walk-a-thon will be held on Saturday, Oct. 11, from noon until 5 pm at Paris Consolidated School located at 1901 176th Ave. in Paris. This year’s campaign for […]
Technicians were still making tweaks as the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department Command Unit arrived at Paris School. A school was selected as the first stop because the Sheriff’s Department will have radio communication with all of the school in Kenosha County. This was the first test. The department’s first brand new command vehicle was built by […]
This post sponsored by Subway of Paddock Lake and Twin Lakes. — DH The following students were named to the Paris School honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013-14 school year: Sixth Grade High honors — Connor Christianson, Carson Edquist , Grace Henke, Bryce Lardinois, Walker MacIsaac, Carson Meredith, Massimo Rovella, Jenna Ziemelis. Honors — Emily Belmont, McKenzie Bermudez, Daniel […]
The following announcement is from the Paris School Organization: Students of Paris Consolidated School and community members are eager to design their dream playgrounds for submission to playground designers for a new structure set to be built over the upcoming summer. Paris Consolidated School is thrilled because local business, community leaders, parents, senior citizens and […]
The two-day girls basketball tournament between St. Alphonsus, Brighton, Paris, Washington Caldwell, North Cape, Drought, ended with Washington Caldwell defeating St. Als in the championship game 65-25 on Friday night. Wheatland Center School was the host to the event where fast games were the norm over the two days.
Paris School’s March 15 Spaghetti Supper fundraising event has added some new bidding and raffle opportunities. Live auction attractions include: 4 day/5 night Canada fishing package, Grassy Narrows Lodge, Ontario ($2,500 value); Personal tour of United Airlines Training Center, Denver, CO; Cooking class for eight + $100 dining gift card, Ray Radigan’s; Lake Michigan two-hour […]
The theme for this year’s all-school literacy unit at Paris School is “Mexico.” Students kicked off their studies Wednesday with an assembly featuring Mexican dancing and trick roping performance by Escamilla Entertainment, Waukesha Students, staff and parents attending saw dances from the Aztecs to more modern times, with a variety of music and costumes. The […]
Local families and community members are invited to the Paris School Organization’s annual Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser on Saturday, March 15. This fun-filled, family event features a delicious all-you-care-to-eat spaghetti dinner, a silent auction, multiple raffles, and a live auction. The dinner and fundraisers will begin at 4 p.m. with the live auction beginning at 7 p.m. […]
Curt Nikula has been appointed to fill a vacant seat on the Paris School Board. Nikula also is running to fill the same seat in the April election. From a district press release: The Paris Jt. 1 Board of Education held a special meeting (Tuesday) at 6 pm for the purpose of interviewing interested candidates […]
The following Western Kenosha County school districts have announced they are closed Tuesday due to continued expected extreme wind chill readings: Brighton School. Bristol School. Central High School. Lakewood School. Paris School. Randall School. Riverview School. Salem School. Trevor-Wilmot School. Wheatland Center School. Wilmot Union High School. Westosha Head Start CESA #2. Note: We will […]
Applicants are being sought for a seat on the Paris School Board that was vacated by the resignation of Michael Cavalenes in December. The person chosen to fill the seat will fill out the remaining term, which expires in April 2014. Residents of the district interested in filling the seat should send a letter of […]
This post sponsored by Subway of Paddock Lake and Twin Lakes. — DH Sixth Grade High honors – Connor Christianson, Carson Edquist, Bryce Lardinois, Walker Maclsaac, Maxwell Matushek, Carson Meredith, Jenna Ziemelis. Honors – Emily Belmont, MacKenzie Bermudez, Isabell Clark, Daniel Gulliford Jr., Grace Henke, Connor Murray, Colby Nikula, Joseph Rossi, Massimo Rovella, Ava White. […]
The following statement about the resignation of Paris School Board member Michael Cavalenes was released today by the the school district: Paris Jt. 1 Board of Education member, Michael Cavalenes, has notified Board President, Deanna Krumm, of his resignation from the Board effectively immediately. Mr. Cavalenes was serving the third year of a three year […]
At about 6:24 p.m., Paris Fire and Rescue units are responding to Paris School for a medical call. The patient is a person who was injured in the gymnasium.
Panther Prowl 2013 was able to stay outdoors this year after having to resort to a foul weather plan in 2012. There was no such problem this year as the festivities returned to the Paris School grounds Saturday. The prowl features Paris School students walking laps in exchange for pledges. Other attractions included a silent […]
The public is invited to join Paris School’s students, families and staff for their unique “fun”raiser. The Eighth Annual Panther Prowl Walk-a-thon will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5, from noon until 5 p.m. at Paris Consolidated School located at 1901 176th Ave. This year’s campaign for pledge support has the students working diligently to […]
The monthly Board of Education meeting for Paris School is scheduled for Thursday, June 6, at 6:30 pm in the gym, said Roger Gahart, district administrator. This is a reschedule from the normal “third Thursday of the month” for the regular meeting.
At 3:15 p.m., Paris Fire and Rescue and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to Paris School for a medical call. Patient is a 30-year-old female who has been having pain in her left abdomen. Patient is conscious and breathing normally.
Western Kenosha County based photographer Erin Pugh shared this photo of a northern hawk owl that she took recently in an undisclosed Kenosha County location. This is way out of the owl’s normal range, Pugh said. Normally these birds are seen much farther north, but they are being sighted out of that area more often, according to the Department of Natural Resources. […]
Paris School students have been reading about farming and related topics as this year’s all-school literacy unit. Students have been demonstrating and building on their knowledge with a wide variety of activities including building a number of different models and decorating a hall with a all sorts of farm related project. Earlier in the week, […]
The Farm has been the theme for this year’s school annual literacy unit at Paris School. Today, students had a chance to see the real thing in action at four local farm operations. Students, split into groups by grade level, visited at The Rossi Farm in Bristol, Weis-Way Dairy Farm in Paris, Holloway Heritage Farm […]
Local families and community members are invited to the Paris School Organization’s annual Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser on Saturday, March 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. The meal includes all-you-care-to-eat spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread, dessert, and beverage. Tickets are on sale at Paris School, 1901 176th Avenue, and will also be available at the door: […]
Six Western Kenosha County School Districts will have uncontested races for school board seats in the April 2 spring election. They are: Trevor-Wilmot School: Only incumbent Cole Marshall filed candidacy papers. Wilmot High School: Two incumbents, Marcie Badtke and Wayne Trongeau, were the only people who filed candidacy papers. Wheatland Center School: Incumbents Mary Ochoa-Petersen and Chris […]
Paris School will have an uncontested election for school board this April 2. With the deadline for filing candidacy papers passing at 5 p.m., Wednesday, only two candidates had filed papers to run for the two available seats. Those candidates are incumbent Deanna Krumm and Dennis Hrupka. Incumbent Lisa Ashmus had already filed notification of non-candidacy.
Paris School Board member Lisa Ashmus has filed non-candidacy papers for the Paris School Board of Education, district administrator Roger Gahart has announced. Ashmus has been saying publicly she intended to not run for re-election in April, but filing the non-candidacy notification makes it official. The other incumbent, Deanna Krumm, did not file non-candidacy. Those […]
The Paris Town Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a $300,00 advance on the January 2013 tax distribution for the Paris School District. This will allow the school district to avoid borrowing from a bank to cover cash flow in December, which Paris district administrator Roger Gahart said is a common instance for many school districts. “December always is a […]