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Fond du Lac High School’s culinary arts students Ashley Lofy (second from left), Shannon Lobajeski (center), and Rebekah Birschbach, the Cooking Cardinals, took on the challenge of creating a recipe that was nutritious, easily incorporated into the food service program, used at home, and used some kind of bean or pea, this year’s featured ingredient. They took what they hoped was a winning recipe accompanied by their advisor, Stephanie Fox (left), to the Whipping Up Wellness Student Chef competition on May 18 in Madison.

Working under stringent time limits, they prepared their sandwich, a New Healthy Veggie Burger, an original recipe developed in class consisting of chickpeas, black-eyed peas, sauteed vegetables, a spicy sauce and garnished with fresh veggies on a whole wheat bun.

The panel of judges evaluated the team’s delectable creation based on use of flavors, variety of textures, serving temperature; appearance and presentation, including color and plate appeal; and originality, including creativity and student appeal. Qualifying entries will become part of the fifth annual student chef cookbook, published by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Join your schools on May 10th as we Bike to School to promote physical activity, safety and a cleaner environment. All students in Grades K-2 need to be accompanied by their parents and students in Grades 3-5 can ride without parental supervision, although parents are more than welcome to join the riders. Please see a listing of what the schools plan to do below. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, May 8, 2017
On May 3, Google experienced a wide-spread event that compromised their user account security. This attack, known as a Phishing attempt, looks to be a legitimate form of communication from someone you trust. In this case it was Google itself. This was a nationwide event that made the news all over the world.
Users who opened the email, clicked the link, and selected "Allow" had the malicious program send the email to all of their contacts. However, because it was inside of Google itself, it escalated very quickly and was taken care of in a matter of minutes by Googles tech teams. They removed the affected program and reverted the changes it made to user accounts. No changes or steps are required by users at this time.
Locally our Tech team realized the issue early and communicated to the schools via phone and a News broadcast to try to limit the spread of the phishing email. Your accounts, per Google are secure. However, this would be a great time to change your passwords if you are concerned, a practice that should be done regularly.

You can check your Google Security settings and reset passwords by going to: https://myaccount.google.com/Security#
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Posted Thursday, May 4, 2017

Rosenow Elementary School’s special education department received a $500 donation in honor of Pat Hefter, a former bus driver, who transported students with special needs for many years. The special education staff utilized the donation to buy books for the entire school for all students to enjoy. Shown here with the books they purchased are: Karen Moehn, Camila Ceballos, William Mich, Albert Dehler, William Christie, Amarion Henderson, Denise Paar, Charles Miller, Ethan Gens, Gavin Suprenand, Mary Muellenbach, and Simon Sirna.


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Posted Thursday, May 4, 2017
The 25-Year Awards Banquet for Fond du Lac School District staff members was held at the Knights of Columbus on Monday, May 1. It's a welcome to new inductees as well as a reunion for both present and former employees who have entered the club in earlier ceremonies. There were over 175 staff members and Board of Education members on hand to enjoy the evening's festivities. Inductees for 2017 shown here (L-R) - seated - Jim Flasch, FDL High School; Jodi Drake-Giebel, Riverside; Cathy Beck, Theisen; Jan Gau, Riverside; standing - Ann Haskett, FDL High School; Kris Speich, Rosenow; Barb Fisher, Sabish; Cory Clark, FDL High School; Greg Friess, Rosenow; and Shelly Liebzeit, Lakeshore. 
Not pictured - Carol Anderson, Theisen; Debra Gau, FDL High School; Gary Gilgenbach, Theisen; Todd Goldapske, Sabish; Peter Hoffman, Lakeshore; Diane Holz, Woodworth; Stacy Kastein, Waters; Deborah Micolichek, ISC; Pete Micolichek, ISC; and Cathy Stevenson, Riverside
 
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Posted Monday, May 1, 2017

Nevaeh Krenz and Tania Ray, Parkside 4th graders, are delighted to receive their very own white pine tree for planting in celebration of Earth Day. On Friday, April 21, Fond du Lac High School’s Environmental Awareness Club members Abigail Lane (far left) and Brittany Bertram, along with Joe Fenrick, the Environmental Awareness Club advisor, and Jim Prosser, Science Club advisor (not pictured), visited 10 elementary schools to deliver 700 two-year-old white pines. This awareness effort was made possible in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Stacey Buchholz, Parkside Principal, was overjoyed to have her students receive these trees so they could explore their gardening skills.

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Posted Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Fond du Lac
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Address: 72 West 9th Street, WI 54935
Phone: 920-929-2900 |
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