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2014-2015 REGISTRATION and PICTURE DAY

 

Mark your calendars! 

On August 13th, all Rosendale-Brandon Schools will be open from 11am-2pm and 4pm-7pm

for students to have their school picture taken,

and for parents to fill out necessary paperwork, receive student schedules, and pay fees.

 

Laconia and Cirrus High School students will have their pictures taken on September 9th,

NOT on August 13th.

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Spartan Success During The 2013-2014 School Year

District Administrator Gary Hansen

And so another incredible Spartan school year comes to a close.

So many wonderful things happened this year. Below is just a sampling of the success the Spartans had throughout the year.

Sam Bauer, Rosendale 8th grade student qualified for the State Geography Bee.
Hunter Krueger, Brandon 4th grade student won one of six Wisconsin Art Education awards at the State Art Show.
Laconia Spartan Football team went deep into the play-offs, finishing at level two of playoffs, with a record of 8-3.
Leanne Greff became Brandon School Principal.
Dillon Moore, Laconia 10th grade student had the highest math score at the Central Wisconsin League hosted by UW Stevens Point.
Amanda Kinyon and staff turned in another successful year of the reinstated R-BEL program, heavily attended by parents and students.
SMART Team members presented at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in San Diego.
Justine Freund, Laconia 9th grade student earned First Team All Conference placement because of her perfect score at the conference meet.
Boys Cross Country Team competed at State and placed 15th at State level.
Hailey Isaac, Laconia 11th grade student placed 21st at State in Individual Girls Cross Country.
Cirrus Charter School completed first year with students.
Mr. Thomas was named District VI Athletic Director of the Year by Wisconsin Athletic Director Association.
Girls Volleyball had 3 players named to All-Conference: Kelsey Birschbach, Karlie Huebschman, Emily Ostram.
Laconia Band and Choir performed at Disney World in Florida.
Digger.com ranks Laconia High School 21st of 458 high schools in the state of Wisconsin.
Laconia Dance Team became Regional finalists and State qualifiers.
Katherine Bailey, Laconia 11th grade student shaved her thick curly locks, raising $2205 for Children’s Hospital.
Dan Tsao’s Project GRILL students produced yet another outstanding grill, this year in the form of a Jeep.
Pat Coffeen’s wrestlers, Zach Coffeen, Eli Moses, Alec Potter, and Nick Zimmerman competed at State.
Mason Lind became 4-time Conference Champion wrestler – first time in school history.
Chris Morgan’s Girls Basketball team showed great improvement, making it to Regional Finals before losing in overtime to Waupun.
Laconia Juniors Hailey Isaac and Craig Schneider named as Badger State representatives.
Laconia Senior Nick Vollmer named Boys Basketball Flyway Conference Player of the Year.
Laconia Senior Allison Berryman placed 1st in British Literature at Conference Academic Bowl.
Laconia Senior Breeanna Brock was one of 33 students from across the state to take part in the Senate Scholar program.
Cirrus Students attended Global Youth Summit.
Keegan Bruins (8th grade) and Abby Weber (6th grade) represented Rosendale-Brandon at the CESA 6 Regional Spelling Bee.
Christina Pattee, Laconia 12th grade student was chosen as D.A.R. Good Citizen recipient for the class of 2014.
Connor Pollock, Brandon 5th grade student placed 1st at the Junior Math League Meet in Menasha.
Laconia Student Council hosted a blood drive, collecting enough blood to save 87 lives in the community.
Brandon School celebrates 60 years of educating students – celebration efforts were coordinated by teacher Eric Bartelme.
Brandon School’s traditional Halloween Hunt was won by the girls.
Tom King’s Boys Basketball team became Conference Champs.
Softball Freshman Pitcher Kayla Schwebke pitched a perfect game against Montello, striking out 17 of 18 batters.
Native Shaun Hiemstra returns to Laconia High School, this time as a teacher.
Class of 1973 held their reunion at Laconia High School.
Final farewell to Mr. Pieplow, who produced Spartan Pride for 33 years.

These and so many other events happened in the Rosendale-Brandon School District during the 2013-2014 school year, making it an exciting time to be a Spartan. If you want to be a Spartan, come along with us!

Have a safe and wonderful summer.

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The Rosendale-Brandon School District, in accordance with state and federal law, does not discriminate because of the person’s sex, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, disability, military or veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, physical, mental, emotional or learning disability or hardship, or other basis prohibited under state and federal law, in its educational and employment policies and practices.  All courses, including Career and Technical Education courses are available without discrimination.