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Fond du Lac High School student wins Jazz Improvisation Contest

Fond du Lac High School senior Ben Stoffel-Murray has taken first place in the 2017 Fox Jazz Festival High School Jazz Improvisation Contest.

Stoffel-Murray, the son of Sharon Stoffel and Bill Murray of Fond du Lac, plays alto saxophone in Fondy High’s Jazz I, Symphonic Winds and Percussion and show bands.

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PBIS in the Parks

Shown with one of the new PBIS signs at Lakeside Park are (left to right) John Redmond, Fond du Lac Parks and Forestry Superintendent, Kim Henn, PBIS External Coach, Catherine Gbordzi, Solomon Gbordzi, Marian Sheridan, Fond du Lac School District School Healthy & Safety Coordinator, Mark Strand, Chief Deputy, Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s department, and Megan Harshberger, CSI Coordinator.

Through an initiative of Comprehensive Service Integration (CSI) of Fond du Lac County, Inc., Hamilton and Lakeside Parks in the City of Fond du Lac and Village and Optimist Parks in North Fond du Lac will be the first to display the signage that reinforces the message that many of Fond du Lac’s children are familiar with: “Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe”. 

This language comes from the Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) program within the Fond du Lac School District. PBIS is a research-based, school-wide system of discipline based on the belief that appropriate behaviors can be taught.

CSI is a local organization that strives to improve the social, emotional, and mental well-being of Fond du Lac County residents throughout the lifespan. One focus area of CSI is to support safe school environments and violence prevention efforts. This particular group, who has representatives from the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department and the Fond du Lac Police Department, has created “PBIS in the Parks” and is hoping to bring the successes of the PBIS program to Fond du Lac’s playgrounds.
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Open Houses and Registration at Our Schools
Here's an overview of the dates and times for the Open Houses and registration at our schools.   Read More
FDL School District Announces Johnson Bus Updates

The Fond du Lac School District, along with Johnson Bus Company, has been working to update and improve transportation systems. This includes combining public, private, and parochial routes starting with the 2017-2018 school year, as well as the addition of a Global Positioning System (GPS).

Johnson Bus’ fleet has been equipped with GPS capabilities enabling the District and Johnson Bus Company to more efficiently route students to and from school. The GPS system will also provide the opportunity to track students’ bus routes through the “My Stop” app available on iTunes and Google Play.

Students’ routes may be very different from last school year, including a different bus number, route, stop location and stop time. As in past years, routing information will be mailed to parents the week of August 21, 2017. In the future, parents will be required to use the app to obtain their child’s routing information.

Parents are strongly encouraged to keep updated information regarding their phone number and email address in Skyward’s Family Access program. This will be critical in obtaining routing information regarding their child.

Please remember route times can fluctuate in the beginning of the school year. We encourage parents to check their student’s route frequently during the first few weeks of the school year.

 
Building Careers for the Future - Career Construction Academy Update

Earlier in the year, the Fond du Lac School District, along with a committee of numerous general contractors and local organizations, announced plans to build a 5,750 square-foot facility that would be uniquely designed to house hands-on training areas for all the trades. Currently, fundraising for this proposed $1,104,318 Career Construction Academy (CCA) is ongoing with 74% of the project costs secured through pledges and equipment donations.

The CCA Committee is focused on raising the remaining balance of the project cost so that construction can begin. Those interested in learning more about this proposed facility can email Bob Roehrig at County Materials Corporation, bob.roehrig@countymaterials.com or call 262-506-4577 or Pat Smith at C.D. Smith Construction, psmith@cdsmith.com

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FDL School District Straight from Fondy Archery Team - National Tournament

Fond du Lac School District’s Straight From Fondy Archers competed at the S3DA National Tournament, June 16-18 at Metropolis, IL. Archery teams across the U.S. came to test their skills where all archers are required to shoot on two different days and ranges each day. In each division, archers are required to shoot different distances. Top shooters then advance to a shoot down to finalize their score and place for the tournament. Tessa Wirtz placed second overall for all Middle School Females in the U.S. shooting a 444-13X, and placing second in her division. Briar Wirtz placed fourth in Elementary Open Male Division, and seventh overall for Elementary Males. Carmyn Herbeck placed eighth in Elementary Open Female Division. Tori Schmidt placed 40th in Middle School Female Fixed Pin Division. Brady Buss placed eighth in Middle School Male Open Division shooting a 422-13X and 15th overall for Middle School Males. In the same division Sam Schaefer placed 37th. Riley Sabel shooting High School Open Male Division placed tenth with a 420-17X.

Shown here (left to right): Tori Schmidt, Tessa Wirtz, Riley Sabel, Briar Wirtz, Brady Buss, and Carmyn Herbeck. Not pictured: Sam Schaefer.
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FDL School District Archery Team - State Tournament

Fond du Lac School District’s Straight From Fondy Archery team recently competed in the State S3DA Tournament at Winnebago Archery Club where they shot on a challenging outdoor 3D course that days before had been washed out from all of the rain. In spite of these challenging conditions, the team competed well and all shooters qualified to advance to the S3DA National Tournament in Metropolis, IL.

Brady Buss took the top archer for the State of Wisconsin by shooting a 210 and placing first in the Middle School Male Open Division. Sam Schaefer placed third in the same division. Briar Wirtz placed first in Elementary Open Male Division, Tori Schmidt placed first in Middle School Female Fixed Pin Division, Carmyn Herbeck placed second in Elementary Open Female Division, and Tessa Wirtz placed third in the Middle School Female Open Division. Riley Sabel placed first in High School Open Male division earning him a scholarship to University of Cumberland.

Pictured left to right: Tori Schmidt, Brady Buss, Tessa Wirtz, Riley Sabel and Briar Wirtz. Not pictured: Carmyn Herbeck and Sam Schaefer

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Flyers with information about some of the activities for children happening in our community are available by going to the Families tab and selecting Things To Do from the drop-down menu. 
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