Paris students earn School Board recognition

paris-signCROP-woThis month’s Paris School Board recognition went to the following students:

  • Zackary Klabunde was recognized for his help installing and then stocking the school’s new library shelves. The shelving was purchased through funds raised by the school’s PTO. This summer, Zackary was at the school, since his mother works in the office, and he asked if there was something he could do to help out, explained district administrator Roger Gahart. Gahart put Zackary to work in the library, where he made a major contribution to getting the room in shape before classes began in September.
  • Bryce Lardinois was recognized for having a book he wrote and illustrated for the school’s Writer’s Club selected to be part of Milwaukee Public Television’s Reading Rainbow program. Bryce’s told about what Washington DC would be like if he were president. Some of the changes Bryce propose din his book included adding a roller coaster to the Washington Monument, letting kids sit in Lincoln’s lap at the Lincoln Memorial and a water slide for the White House front lawn. “I can’t wait to see what he writes next,’ Gahart said.

One Comment

  1. Northwestern Mike says:

    This recognition was offered at the October 15 school board meeting.
    How about posting about the tax levy vote and the details from last night’s special meeting?

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