Units responding for crash in Bristol

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At about 2:26 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding to a report of a crash at Highway 45 and 50 in Bristol.

Per dispatch: Scene is just south of Highway 50 on Highway 45. At least one injury being reported.

UPDATE 2:27 p.m. — Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue is requested to respond as mutual aid. Bristol Fire and Rescue has two other active calls.

Units responding for fire in I-94

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At about 2:06 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue, Pleasant Prairie Fire and Rescue and Newport Fire Department units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to the 12200 block of the northbound lanes of I-94 for a report of a vehicle fire.

UPDATE 2:11 p.m. — Wisconsin State Patrol officer is on the scene, dispatch reports.

UPDATE 2:31 p.m. — All units clearing the scene.

A word from our sponsors: Wheatland J1 School District seeking Executive Administrative Assistant

Note: Wheatland J1 School District is advertising this position with westofthei.com. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Wheatland J1 School District is currently seeking an Executive Administrative Assistant. The highly qualified candidate will be responsible for supporting the District Administrator and Principal in achieving district/school goals. If you possess a high level of personal initiative, attention to detail, and have a passion for learning, then you may be the person we are looking for. Compensation is based on education and experience. Full-time, year-round position.

Please click here for more information on this and other positions available as well as how to apply.

Brighton School honor roll third quarter 2017-18

The following students were named to the Brighton School honor roll for the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year:

*Denotes Principal’s Honor Roll

Eighth Grade — Owen Andersen, *Evan Beth, Ella Birkholz, Benjamin Bruzas, Ean Daniels, Ellie Daniels, Phineas Doyle-Bruce, *Kelsey Duhig, Simone Felber, *Jackson Garcia, *Juliana Golla, Reece Haney, Trinity Koltanowski, Jacob Kreuscher, *Kolton Krueger, Holly Ludwig, Leann Schroeder, *Raven Schiavo, *Rebecca Springer, *Samantha Taylor, *Carlie Vorpagel.

Seventh Grade — Brayden Coots, *Aleah Daniels, *Austin Dawson, *Cate Debell, *Vivian M. Dufek, Gabriell Eppers, *Clare Fallon, *Frederick Goetz, Katelyn Griffey, James Hernandez, *Noelle Junig, Delaney Koltanowski, Julia Krekling, Rabeka Liberto, Jesse Nau, *Nathan Nelson, Tristan Peyron, *Olivia Rasch, *Aidan Runyan, Jentry Shouse, Lucas Sullivan, *Seth Taylor, Cordelia Wallace.

Sixth Grade — *Chloe Andersen, *Chloe Brown, Connor Brown, Waylon Brusky, Jace Christensen, Tyler Goforth, *Jackson Golla, Kendra Grashel, *Jakob Hiemstra, *Owen Keller, *Kyleigh Kevek, Kailee Krueger, *Lindsey Laitinen, *Travis Larson, Andrew Lofgren, *Ethan Pedersen, *Chloe Rausch, *Samantha Rausch, *Brielle Ryshkus, *Reese Spafford, *Paige Sullivan, *Andrew Wolf.

Fifth Grade — *Samuel Davis, *Kade Edwards, Aiden Ellerbrock, *Shelby Fabbri, Ben Haapanen, Christian Harpe, Maya Hernandez, *Maxwell Jensen, *Alexandria Keller, Thomas Kirchner, Anthony Lena Jr., Kasey Nau, *Sophia Paulowske, Emmaline Pedersen, *Keira Peyron, Noah Rittmer, Janay Rothbauer, Brooklyn Schultz, Tylor Spencer, *Jacob Steger, Drew Willms.

A word from our sponsors: July 21, 2018 open houses from Bear Realty’s Glenda and Butch Dupons

AD-bear-realty-glenda-butch-revise2Note: Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty, are westofthei.com sponsors. This is a paid announcement — DH

Here are open houses being hosted today by Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty (click the links below for more information):

23410 112th St, Trevor

Units responding for fire in Paddock Lake

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At about 9:18 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue and Bristol Fire Department units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a fire in the 6800 block of 243rd Avenue in Paddock Lake.

Per dispatch: This is for a fire in an oven. Occupants have been told to evacuate.

UPDATE 9:22 p.m. — Fire unit arriving on scene reports some smoke visible from exterior.

UPDATE 9:29 p.m. — Fire command reports to dispatch that fire is under control.

A word from our sponsors: Wheatland J1 School District seeking part-time Special Education Program Aide

Note: Wheatland J1 School District is advertising this position with westofthei.com. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Wheatland J1 School District is currently seeking an energetic, positive candidate to fill a part-time Special Education Program Aide position. The highly qualified candidate will be responsible for supporting students to achieve their maximum potential.

Starting rate is $13.00 per hour. Approx. 25 hours per week (based on student need).

Please click here for more information on this and other positions available.

Units responding for crash in Paddock Lake

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At about 3:44 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash at Highway 50 and Highway 75 (Brass Ball Corners) in Paddock Lake.

Per dispatch: Two vehicles involved. At least one injured person reported. Scene is in westbound lanes.

Bristol Fire Department conducts 2018 recognition ceremony

Sunday morning, Bristol Fire Department honored members of its past and current members of the department. They gathered at the Bristol Firefighter’s Memorial, created to commemorate the bravery, courage, honor, and valor of Bristol firefighters, past and present, and pay tribute to the men and women who have served Bristol.

It was dedicated in 2016. The Bristol Firefighter’s Association paid for it.

This year, bricks were added to the memorial to honor some who had previously served.

Inaugural members of Bristol Rescue Squad:  Richard Bicksel, Charles Bizek, Larry Gohlke, Gale Hackett, George Lentz, Lloyd Magwitz, Lloyd Radtke, John Tossava, Jack Westman

Bristol Fire Department’s First Female Firefighter/EMT: Regena “Ann” Cameron

Former Bristol Fire Department Assistant Chief : Randy Hansche

Former Bristol Fire Department Dispatchers: Susan Krueger, Darline Lentz, Doris Magwitz, Ruth Radtke

2017 Fire Department Merit Awards for those currently serving.

Captain Sam Knapp Department Achievement Award – Division Chief Mike Hole

Chief Peter Parker Excellence in Leadership Award – Lt. Shaun Ballenger

Chief William William Glembocki Crew Distinction Award – Lt. Trent Smith

Chief Don Wienke Award For Extraordinary EMS Service – FF/EMT Paul Werfelmann

 

2017 Fire Department Service Awards

25 years: Battalion Chief Mike Keller

15 years: Firefighter/EMT-A Hal Ditzig

10 years: Firefighter/Paramedic Mark Ericson, Battalion Chief Wes Miner, Firefighter/EMT Phil Petroski, Firefighter/EMT Paul Werfelmann

5 years: Firefighter/EMT Steve Bohr, Firefighter/Paramedic Karla Creuziger, Firefighter/EMT Jacob Henningfield, Firefighter/Paramedic Matt Panek

Info sought to identify woman struck by lightning at Country Thunder

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is looking for information to identify a woman struck by lightning early Friday morning at the Country Thunder music festival in Randall.

From a news release issued Friday morning:

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an incident where a Country Thunder attendee appears to have been struck by lightning.  The identity of the victim is unknown at this time. On 07-20-18 at approximately 12:36am the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department responded to the campground who was believed to have been struck by lightning. The subject is a white female with an approximate age of 18-22. She is described as having a small build and brown hair. She was wearing a dark T-shirt, dark jean shorts, and brown cowboy boots. The female was unconscious and had no identification on her. The woman was seriously injured and was transported to Northern Illinois Medical Center for treatment. At the time of this release no missing person report matching the female has been reported. If anyone has any information please contact the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department at 262-605-5100.

UPDATE 11:07 a.m. — Sheriff’s Department says woman has been identified as a 22 year old from Illinois.

A word from our sponsors: Come drive a bus with Dousman Transport

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The Dousman Transport entry in the 2017 Libertyfest Parade in Twin Lakes.

Note: Dousman Transport is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Dousman Transport is looking for a few good individuals to join its bus driving team based at its facility in Wilmot.

  • Driving a bus with Dousman has a number of advantages, such as:
  • Bring pre-school age children along with you on your route.
  • Summers off!
  • A good parents job. Your schedule syncs up with local school calendars.

Starting pay is $14.50, more with CDL and experience. $500 signing bonus and quarterly safety bonus up to $0.35 per hour.

Dousman gives paid training. These positions are part-time with flexible hours (4 hours per day on school days). A.M. and P.M. hours available now.

For more information about a rewarding career transporting school children please apply in person at Dousman Transport, 28401 Wilmot Road, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Phone: 262-862-6086.

Dousman Transport drivers Sue Morton and Jessica Koltz collect dog food and toys for Meals on Wheels at a Central-Wilmot basketball double header.

Dousman Transport drivers Sue Morton and Jessica Koltz collect dog food and toys for Meals on Wheels at a Central-Wilmot basketball double header.

Units responding for investigation in Lake Shangri-la

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At about 8:34 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding for an investigation in the 21000 block of 116th Street in Lake Shangri-La.

Per dispatch: Caller reports smell of natural gas inside house and in basement. Occupants have evacuated.

July 19, 2018 lake test results: Paddock Hooker Lake Association beach open after re-test

The Paddock Hooker Lake Association beach on Paddock Lake has been reopened after testing from Wednesday showed lower E.coli levels.

Testing from Wednesday by the Kenosha County Division of Health at the PHLA beach on Paddock Lake showed 17 E.coli/100 mL.

Cautions are issued for results of more than 235 E.coli/100 mL. Beaches are closed to swimming for a test result of more than 1,000 E.coli/100 mL.

A word from our sponsors: Catholic parishes seek part-time Secretary/Administrative Assistant

Note: St. Alphonsus Parish St. John the Evangelist Parish are advertising this position with westofthei.com. This is a paid announcement. — DH

St. Alphonsus Parish-New Munster and St. John the Evangelist Parish-Twin Lakes wishes to fill a part-time joint Parish position for Secretary/Administrative Assistant. This is a 20-25 hour/week position. Good communication skills, computer skills and receptionist skills are required. Candidate must be a practicing Catholic with knowledge of Church practice and terminology. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, data base entry and basic accounting skills is required. To request an application or submit a resume contact Pat Vos ~ DAS, St. Alphonsus Parish 262-537-4370. Application deadline is July 20, 2018 with a start date of Aug. 1.

Twin Lakes to pursue new lake level monitoring system


Lakes Mary and Elizabeth are both figuratively and physically central to the village of Twin Lakes.

On Monday, the Twin Lakes Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District commissioners — who are the same individuals as the Village Board — voted to pursue a partnership with the United States Geographic Survey that should result in more accurate and reliable data about lake levels in those lakes.

The Lake District Commissioners were acting on the Steering Council’s recommendation of partnering with USGS to install two monitoring stations- one on Lake Elizabeth and one at the spillway, explained Jennifer Frederick, village administrator.  USGS will be responsible for purchase and installation as well as regular monitoring and calibrating of the equipment.  All data collected is considered USGS data and shared on the National Water Info System database for use by Army Corps, National Weather Service and other agencies.

Accuracy is plus or minus 0.01’, Frederick said.

The village has had difficulties with lake level data over the years due to ice push on the bollard gauges, and calibration problems with the electronic device, Frederick said.

“The Lake District Commissioners felt this was an opportunity to collect accurate data by experienced scientists trained on pressure transducers and lake level data collection,” Frederick said.

Accurate lake level data is important for knowing when to impose slow no wake conditions and controlling shoreline erosion.

Initial cost to the lake district is estimated to be $5,000-10,000 with a $5,750/unit annual operation and maintenance fee, Frederick said.

A word from our sponsors: Westosha Head Start enrolling for 2018-2019

Note: Westosha Head Start is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Westosha Head Start is currently enrolling for 2018-2019.

Head Start is a federally funded, school readiness preschool program for 3 and 4 year old children of all abilities, who live in Western Kenosha County. Full Day Option for 3 year olds. Partnering with 4K for full day education.

Call today for enrollment information: 262-862-6168

No cost to eligible families; limited busing is available.

Rain may snap dry spell soon

Graphic by Agata Urbaniak

There’s a pretty good chance some rain sometime over the next few days will snap the dry spell Western Kenosha County has been under for a while, says the latest, local National Weather Service forecast.

The chance for rain begins this afternoon, with a 20 percent chance of a thunderstorm developing after 4 p.m. That will increase as the evening goes on and through most of Friday rain is likely with a 70 percent chance.  The chance for rain will begin to taper off Friday night, with a 50 percent chance of rain in the forecast for Saturday and a 20 percent chance of rain for Sunday.

The high temperature Thursday will reach 81 and then be in the high 70s through Sunday.

A word from our sponsors: Wheatland J1 School District seeking Executive Administrative Assistant

Note: Wheatland J1 School District is advertising this position with westofthei.com. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Wheatland J1 School District is currently seeking an Executive Administrative Assistant. The highly qualified candidate will be responsible for supporting the District Administrator and Principal in achieving district/school goals. If you possess a high level of personal initiative, attention to detail, and have a passion for learning, then you may be the person we are looking for. Compensation is based on education and experience. Full-time, year-round position.

Please click here for more information on this and other positions available as well as how to apply.

Deaths July 18, 2018: Larry A. Stevens, Dorothy A. Paprocki

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Units responding for crash in Paddock Lake

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At about 5:59 p.m., Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash in the 24300 block of 75th Street (Highway 50) in Paddock Lake.

Per dispatch: Two vehicles involved; one is a motorcycle.

UPDATE 6:04 p.m. — Fire command reports everyone involved up and walking around.

July 18, 2018 lake test results: Paddock Hooker Lake Association beach closed

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The Paddock Hooker Lake Association beach is closed to swimming after testing on Tuesday showed elevated E.coli levels there.

Cautions are issued for results of more than 235 E.coli/100 mL. Beaches are closed to swimming for a test result of more than 1,000 E.coli/100 mL.

Tuesday’s results at the PHLA beach were 2,419 E.coli/100 mL. Water at the beach was expected to be re-sampled Wednesday.

Other results reported July 18, 2018 by the Kenosha County Division of Health were:

  • Randall — Powers Lake, 13 E.coli/100 mL; Fox Park on Lake Benedict 4 E.coli/100 mL (results reported by town of Randall).
  • Salem Lakes — Silver Lake at Silver Lake County Park beach, 16 E.coli/100 mL; Silver Lake at DeWitt Park, 34 E.coli/100 mL; Center Lake, 42 E.coli/100 mL; Camp Lake, 4 E.coli/100 mL; Rock Lake, 61 E.coli/100 mL; Lake Shangri-la #1, 17 E.coli/100 mL.
  • Paddock Lake — Old Settlers County Park beach, 41 E.coli/100 mL; North Shore Beach Association, 5 E.coli/100 mL; Hoag Beach, 6 E.coli/100 mL; Paddock-Hooker Lake Association Beach, 2,419 E.coli/100 mL; Paddock-Hooker Lake Association Beach (diving board area in channel), 16 E.coli/100 mL.
  • Wheatland — Lilly Lake, 2 E.coli/100 mL.
  • Twin Lakes — Lake Mary at Lance Park, 35 E.coli/100 mL.

The State Department of Health recommends posting warnings at beaches when the test results indicate a E.coli level of 300/100ml or more and closing a beach when test results exceed E.coli 1000/100ml. Wheatland (Lilly Lake) has a policy of posting an advisory for a level of E.coli 235/100 mL or more and closing a beach when test results exceed E.coli 1000/100ml.

UPDATE July 19 — PHLA beach opened after resampling.

Units responding for crash on state line

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At about 2:39 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash in the 12000 block of 128th Street along the Wisconsin-Illinois state line.

Per dispatch: A car and a pick up truck are involved.

UPDATE about 2:42 p.m. — Newport Fire Department also dispatched.

A word from our sponsors: St. John Child Development Center carrying on tradition of caring

Note: St. John Child Development Center is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

They may find themselves in new quarters this school year but the tradition of caring is deep at St. John Child Development Center in Paris.

The center, located at St. John the Baptist Church, provides infant care, day care and preschool. The center provides before and after school care for Paris School and Brighton School. Ages are 6 weeks to 12 yeas old. Hours are 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This school year, the center moved into new quarters in the parish’s former school building. The new location provides more space, better accessibility and a ready-made school like physical atmosphere, said director Heidi Keen.

The center had its start in the late 1990s, when a need for daycare in the community was recognized. As the school building was then being used, the founders of the daycare center put their program in the parish’s convent building. That required a total makeover of the interior, but a team did the work and even received a $9,000 grant to help cover the costs.

“It’s been running great since then,” said Donna Jaworski, one of the movers behind the establishment of the center. “A lot of sweat and tears, but it was a great thing for the community.”

The center has weathered some changes in who was operating it as Catholic education changed through the years, but the center is again under the direct operation of the local parish leadership, Keen said.

“It’s important that it is local,” Keen said.

Children are kept busy with constructive activities at St. John Child Development Center. Besides the former school indoor space, there are outside play and activity space, Keen said.

Programs like gardening in summer, an art program, a painting workshop, a magic workshop are all part of the St. John Child Development Center experience. Smaller numbers mean children get more personalized attention, Keen said.

“It’s almost like a family atmosphere,” Jaworski said.

Enrollment is growing, but there is still some availability. The staff  welcomes visits to check out the program and facility.

“Call for a tour anytime,” Keen said.

For more information or to arrange a tour call Heidi Keen at (262) 859-0068 or by email at stjohnchilddev@gmail.com.

Lakeland Little League Intermediate baseball team wins state title

Lakeland Little League Intermediate (50/70) baseball team on Monday won the Wisconsin State Tournament defeating the West Bend All Stars 8 to 5.

Lakaland began their journey last week when they defeated Oak Creek 11-10 to win the District 6 title. They now move on to Kalamazoo Michigan, where they will represent Wisconsin in the Regional Tournament with their first game this Friday at at 6 p.m. against Kentucky. This tournament leads to the Little League Intermediate World Series in Livermore, California.

Lakeland Little League has been serving Western Kenosha County since 1955.

Missing pets: Chihuahua found in Randall

A brown, male Chihuahua was found this morning in Ridgeway subdivision.

Please call Randall Town Hall at 262-877-2166 with any information.

 

Deal of the Day: Hill Country Market $25 gift card half off

HCMl-west-of-the-i-web-ad-(1)Have you heard about our feature at West of the I called Deal of the Day? It offers you great values on goods and services from local businesses. Here’s how it works. We offer a gift certificate or gift card from a local business for half price of its face value. For example, you get a $50 gift card but only pay $25 for it. Now that’s a deal!

Today’s offering is from Hill Country Market, 7510 288th Ave, Suite #1, Salem. Hill Country Market features local, organic, and gluten-free grocery products, produce, fine cheese, sausage, wine and beer, gourmet sandwiches, homemade soups, deli items, fresh meat, baked goods and more. They believe that fresh, local, and natural ingredients are best. You can even expect to see produce straight from their garden during the growing season. Make sure you visit the tea and coffee bar at Hill Country Market and the deli offering quality meat and cheeses from Boar’s Head. Hungry? Check out Hill Country Market’s unique, made-to-order sandwiches and panini’s as well as salads, soups of the day, fresh baked goods, and more.

Today’s offer is for a $25 Hill Country Market gift card that you can buy for $13.50 ($1 processing fee included). Full description of conditions is available here. It’s easy to purchase a Deal of the Day! Click the button below and you will be taken to PayPal’s site, where you can securely pay with a credit card or through your PayPal account. A PayPal account is not needed. We instantly receive notice of your purchase and we mail out the certificate usually the same day. Click the button to get your Deal of the Day!





Deaths July 71, 2018: Herbert J. “Bert” Robers, Edward Bluth II

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Units responding to crash in Bristol

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At about 5:42 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to the 20800 block of Highway V in Bristol.

Per dispatch: Crash involves a car and a bicyclist.

Deal of the Day: Breezy Hill Nursery $25 gift card half off

Today’s offering is from Breezy Hill Nursery, 7530 288th Ave. Breezy Hill Nursery offers a full line of landscaping and gardening supplies. Their retail center offers gifts, decor, garden and landscaping products, delivery services and classes. Breezy Hill’s Garden Center Staff are passionate gardeners who are truly excited by the opportunity to share their knowledge, offer up some advice or show off the exciting signature specimen plant material their garden center is known for.

Today’s offer is for a $25 Breezy Hill Nursery gift card that you can buy for $13.50 ($1 processing fee included). Full description of conditions is available here. It’s easy to purchase a Deal of the Day! Click the button below and you will be taken to PayPal’s site, where you can securely pay with a credit card or through your PayPal account. A PayPal account is not needed. We instantly receive notice of your purchase and we mail out the certificate usually the same day. Click the button to get your Deal of the Day!

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Riverview School honor roll third trimester 2017-18

This post sponsored by Capelli Law Office S.C.

The following students were named to the honor roll for the third trimester of school year 2017-18 at Riverivew School:

Eighth Grade

High honors — Kaitlyn Keller, Tyee Simek, Ashton Leahy, Brady Schick, Samantha Brooks, Cassiel Siggeman, Abbey Grumbeck, Chase Goodwin, Owen Rosengarden, Tricia Klen, Delaney Snow, Mackenzie Belletini, Natalie Dalton, Alisandra Piazza, Hailee Smith-Beth, Mason Gauger, Angelina Olson, Olivia Horvath.

Honors — Maxwell Zimmerman, James Myers, Ashley Holt, William Rasmussen, Lillian De Vries, Caden Hetland, Annika Wenzel, Chase Semke, Zachary Glass, Ty Heller.

Honorable Mention — Sarah Franas, Cameron La Valley, Jonathan Copenhaver, Nicole Geronimi, Leif Glassmann, Gabrielle Cochran, Serenity Hill, Katelyn Sinkovec.

Seventh grade

High honors — Brandon Caldwell, Melina Janus, Natalie Kessel, Alexsandra Lamb, Amber Blount, Trinity Gapko, Anthony Corona, Taylor Stewart, Matthew Alton, Isaac Fitzgerald, Andrew Ushakov, Olivia Raymond, Hayden Christiansen.

Honors — Peyton Hasenberg, Andrue da Silva, Matthew Walker, Jaelynn Kissh, Ashley Kaminski, Devon Hall, Brooklynn Jarvey, Cooper Zimmerman, Justice Goodwin, Lorelei Glassmann.

Honorable mention — Gavin Mikel, Aiden Medbery, Clayton Spivey, Ayden Stowell, Matthew Christopherson.

Sixth grade

High Honors — Riley Leahy, Lindsey Cochran, Delia Myers, Skylar Gerber, Jenna Randle, Rachel Geronimi, Amanda Brooks, Benjamin Randolph, Isaac Blount, Owen Drissel, Ava Hetland, Delaney Coates, William Bloomgren, Meadow Ernst.

Honors — Kaiden Volbrecht, Emily Runge, Layne Gauger, Cameron Bell, Abigail Heller, Brianna Laas, Anneliese Baker, Cassandra Cudahy, Leonna Peterson, Allie Rimer, Jade Schiller, Logan Johnson, Lucas Boland.

Honorable mention — Gage Stowell, Jayden Griffiths, Dylan Masnova, Aiden Leiting, Jordan Moldenhauer, Samuel Semke, Lucas Wojtkiewicz.

This post sponsored by Capelli Law Office S.C.

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