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Theisen Middle School’s 2017-2018 Student Leadership Team consisting of seventh and eighth grade students, recently convened for their third annual conference at the Fond du Lac School District’s Administration Center. The conference, led by advisors Bill Veness and Carol Anderson, included various presentations and/or activities related to developing core values, defining roles as leaders, and team-building experiences. The guest presenter for this daylong conference was Brad Nerat, Theisen Principal.

Front row - Ellison Vermillion, Jo Wilhelms, Rachel Abel, Calli Haus, Alex Flood, Hayden Masen, and Lily Rauen.

Middle row - Ella Duel, Brett Sabel, Ryan Wendt, Isaiah Jones, Mason Walters, Chance Brinca, Mason Behnke, Jacob Hill, Henry Gilhaus, Taylor Letourneau, Mya Van Buren, and Elliana Cornils

Back row - Abby Zinn, Anna Riley, Olivia Dilling, Olivia Newman, Maya Wiltzius, Riley Collett, Delaney Sponholz, Will Braatz (hidden), Dustin Matty, Kaitlyn Moore, Kendal Maury, Katelin Berger, Sophia Langille, Grace Guderski, and Rachel Zimmerman

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Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017

Cyberbullying is a growing problem in this country. While traditional bullying can stop on the playground or at school, cyberbullying continues outside of school hours. According to the 2017 Fond du Lac ATOD and Health Experiences and Attitudes survey, 21% of Fond du Lac’s 8th, 10th and 11th grade students report that someone threatened them through electronic communications in the past year. Cyberbullying weighs heavily on the mental and emotional health of those involved, sometimes leading to anxiety, depression and suicide. Click here to see the flyer entitled "Building Healthy Boundaries: Cyberbullying and Social Media"/uploads/53FB6CF5-36C6-490A-ACD2-31A3B94106A1/Cyberbullying Presentation Flyer.pdf

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Posted Monday, October 16, 2017
Tickets are now on sale for FDL HIgh School's production of Sister Act on November 2-4 at 7:00 p.m. and November 5 at 1:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $13 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets for the dinner option (including dinner and show) for November 4 are $33 for adults and $30 for students. 
Tickets are available at or the FDL High School Box Office in the PAC Lobby Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. They will also be available one hour prior to each show.
For more information, visit or call 920-929-2740 ext. 3339. 
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Posted Monday, October 9, 2017

Walk to School Day hopes to address the growing concern with lack of physical activity as well as increase awareness in protecting our environment. Over the last 30 years, the percentage of children biking and walking to school has declined from 50% or more to where it is now closer to about 15% that bike or walk.

For some families, this is an opportunity to give walking and bicycling to school a try. Walk to School Day is not a new initiative. The Partnership for a Walkable America sponsored the first National Walk Our Children to School Day in Chicago in 1997, modeled after the United Kingdom’s walk to school events. In the U.S., Walk to School grows in numbers and relevance each year. Whatever the motivation, Walk to School boils down to families and community.

“October is Child Health Month and walking or bicycling to school gives children time for physical activity and a sense of responsibility and independence; it also creates an opportunity to be outdoors and provides time to connect with parents, friends and neighbors. The entire community benefits when there is less traffic congestion,” says Marian Sheridan, School Health and Safety Programs Coordinator for the Fond du Lac School District. “We encourage students and parents to review the list below and take the opportunity to participate in Walk to School Day.” Schools will also be providing incentive prizes and/or raffle drawings provided through Safe Routes to School for students who choose to participate in this activity:

Chegwin Elementary School staff will plan to meet students at two locations at 7:50 a.m.: McKinley Park and the sidewalk by the parking lot of U.S. Bank where students will be joined by employees from U.S. Bank, Chegwin’s Partners in Education. Participating students will have their names entered into a drawing for prizes.
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Posted Friday, September 29, 2017

Books-A-Million Book Store in the Forest Mall conducted a book drive over the summer and collected over six large boxes of books valued at $720 that were recently donated to the Fond du Lac School District. The books covered a wide variety of genres and reading levels and will now be sent to several of the District’s media centers. Cathy Madsen (right), BAM Manager, and Gloria Schmidt, Community Relations and Substitute Coordinator for the District, are shown here with some of the donated books on display. 


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Posted Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Fondy High's Homecoming Parade will kick off the weekend's festivities starting at 5:00 p.m. at the corners of Guindon Blvd and Main Street and ending at 9th and Main Street.  The Fondy Cardinals' football team will face Oshkosh North Spartans at 7:00 p.m. at Fruth Field. On Saturday, doors will open (enter Door #1) for the Homecoming dance at 8:00 p.m. and the dance will end at 11:00 p.m. [ for more]

Posted Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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