Looking for something to do this weekend? Go no further than UW-Richland for their fall production of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"! This play features Kyla Pluemer as lead character Francie Nolan, a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York right before World War I. This coming of age story is sure to bring joy and hope to all ages. The show runs Fri, Dec 2 and Sat, Dec 3 at 7:30; with an afternoon performance on Sun, Dec 4 at 1:30. Hope to see you all there!
1 day ago, Ithaca Schools
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn cast
It's not too late to join forensics! Meet with a coach if you would like to join. There is something for everyone! All forensics students should meet with a coach by the end of next week to select a category and topic. Let's get ready to reach the successes past seasons have achieved!
2 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Fri, Dec 2, 2022 Today is a Day 2 Lunch for today - First Choice: Cheese Pizza with Breadstick, Second Choice: Fish Sticks, Broccoli, Pears, Milk From Mr. Herbst: High school students should report to their currently-assigned ATTACK rooms today and until further notice. The short list of students who have returned a permission form and satisfied the release conditions will be notified by email after lunch today; teachers will be cc'd on that email. The Weight Room will be open after school this week. From PTSO: Popcorn Friday this week! Limit two per student. Cost is 50 cents per bag. This week's proceeds go to the 4th grade class. From PTSO: The Ithaca PTSO's Gingerbread House Fun Night will be held Fri, Dec 2 from 5:30-7:00 PM in the commons. Bring a base for your creation like a cookie sheet, boxes like pasta or mac n cheese to build your house around, and candy decorations. Graham crackers and frosting will be provided along with hot chocolate and NEW this year: ornament crafts! Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 gingerbread houses. Hope to see you then! From PTSO: Take your photo with The Grinch at the Gingerbread House night! Any monetary donations received will be given to the Huebsch family to help with expenses while Ben is being treated in New York. From Ms. Schmitt: Looking for something to do this weekend? Go no further than UW-Richland for their fall production of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"! This play features Kyla Pluemer as lead character Francie Nolan, a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York right before World War I. This coming of age story is sure to bring joy and hope to all ages. The show runs Fri, Dec 2 and Sat, Dec 3 at 7:30; with an afternoon performance on Sun, Dec 4 at 1:30. Hope to see you all there! From Mrs. Burnley: A Senior Superlative Survey has been emailed to all seniors; please complete the survey by Mon, Dec 5. After the results from the survey have been tabulated, you will be contacted by Yearbook Staff to have a picture taken for your award. The first practice for youth wrestling is on Mon, Dec 5 from 5:30-7. From Mrs. Kershner: Youth Apprenticeship Students; if you have not done so already please submit a picture of you working and answer the question that was sent to you in an email regarding the benefits of being a part of the YA program. Please submit no later than Tues, December 6. From Ms. Schmitt, Mrs. Thompson, and Mrs. Zorea: It's not too late to join forensics! Meet with a coach if you would like to join. There is something for everyone! All forensics students should meet with a coach by the end of next week to select a category and topic. From Ms Durkin: Come and join the Art Club next week at Culver's Share Night from 4-8pm on Wednesday December 7th. Art Club members, don't forget the time you signed up next Wednesday for Share Night. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Put it on your calendars! Enjoy 'Sounds of the Season,' a combined winter concert performed by members of the Ithaca Middle and High School bands and choirs on Mon, Dec 12 starting at 7pm in the Ithaca High School gym. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Our Elementary students have been busily preparing for their Winter Music Program on Fri, Dec 16 starting at 1:30pm in the Ithaca High School gym. Come celebrate the season with us! From FCA: The FCA student and staff prayer locker is located by the Shop class (locker #353) If you're in need of a little extra support and prayer...please leave your request, your wish, your thought, your struggle. All students and staff are welcome to use the prayer locker. We hope this locker provides an outlet for those who need it. Just knowing that someone else is thinking of you can really make a difference. From Archery Club: The Ithaca Archery Club is sponsoring a Big Buck Contest this year. Students who shoot a deer this season, buck or doe, can send a picture to Mr. Klang at klandav@ithaca.k12.wi.us to be entered. Pictures will be placed near Mr. Klang's door. Prizes will be given for the biggest buck and a random drawing to all who enter. This includes archery season, youth season, and gun season. From Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Hilby: Seroogy's candy bars are back!! Dana Westedt from Main Street Books in Reedsburg has brought Seroogy's back to raise funds for the Huebsch family. Mrs. Hilby and Mrs. Thompson have some available for $2 each candy bar. Contact any of them to get yours or stop in to Main Street Books. When they're gone, they're gone, and they're going FAST! Reminder: Youth Basketball will begin tomorrow morning at 8:00. We hope to see you there. Birthdays: Elementary: Sierra Pinkham and Sat, Dec 3 - Elijah Rosolowski MS/HS: Sun, Dec 4 - Cole Dicken
2 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Delicious things are happening at Ithaca!
2 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Over the next few weeks, Ithaca is running a campaign for you to “Get To Know” our staff. Please enjoy the following bio of today's featured Ithaca employee. Get to know Becca Gottlieb.
2 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Donate While You Dine and help the Ithaca Schools Art Club at the same time! Head to Richland Center on Wednesday, December 7th between 4pm and 8pm to eat, and the Ithaca Schools Art Club receives a portion of the sales to offset costs of field trips and activities.
3 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Culver's and Ithaca Art Club Donate While You Dine
Popcorn Friday this week! Limit two per student. Cost is 50 cents per bag. Tomorrow's proceeds go to the 4th grade class.
3 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Popcorn Friday!
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Thurs, Dec 1, 2022 Today is a Day 1 Lunch for today - First Choice: Chicken Patty/bun, Second Choice: Cheddarwurst/bun, Carrots, Dessert, Milk From Mr. Herbst: High school students should report to their currently-assigned ATTACK rooms today and until further notice. The short list of students who have returned a permission form and satisfied the release conditions will be notified by email after lunch today; teachers will be cc'd on that email. The Weight Room will be open after school this week. From Ms. Durkin: Art Club meeting today during attack. From Ms. Wydeven and Mrs. Pluemer: Middle School and High School Sources of Strength meet during ATTACK today. From PTSO: Popcorn Friday this week! Limit two per student. Cost is 50 cents per bag. This week's proceeds go to the 4th grade class. From PTSO: The Ithaca PTSO's Gingerbread House Fun Night will be held Fri, Dec 2 from 5:30-7:00 PM in the commons. Bring a base for your creation like a cookie sheet, boxes like pasta or mac n cheese to build your house around, and candy decorations. Graham crackers and frosting will be provided along with hot chocolate and NEW this year: ornament crafts! Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 gingerbread houses. Hope to see you then! From PTSO: Take your photo with The Grinch at the Gingerbread House night! Any monetary donations received will be given to the Huebsch family to help with expenses while Ben is being treated in New York. From Ms. Schmitt: Looking for something to do this weekend? Go no further than UW-Richland for their fall production of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"! This play features Kyla Pluemer as lead character Francie Nolan, a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York right before World War I. This coming of age story is sure to bring joy and hope to all ages. The show runs Fri, Dec 2 and Sat, Dec 3 at 7:30; with an afternoon performance on Sun, Dec 4 at 1:30. Hope to see you all there! From Mrs. Burnley: A Senior Superlative Survey has been emailed to all seniors; please complete the survey by Mon, Dec 5. After the results from the survey have been tabulated, you will be contacted by Yearbook Staff to have a picture taken for your award. The first practice for youth wrestling is on Mon, Dec 5 from 5:30-7. From Mrs. Kershner: Youth Apprenticeship Students; if you have not done so already please submit a picture of you working and answer the question that was sent to you in an email regarding the benefits of being a part of the YA program. Please submit no later than Tues, December 6. From Ms Durkin: Come and join the Art Club next week at Culver's Share Night from 4-8pm on Wednesday December 7th. Art Club members, don't forget the time you signed up next Wednesday for Share Night. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Put it on your calendars! Enjoy 'Sounds of the Season,' a combined winter concert performed by members of the Ithaca Middle and High School bands and choirs on Mon, Dec 12 starting at 7pm in the Ithaca High School gym. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Our Elementary students have been busily preparing for their Winter Music Program on Fri, Dec 16 starting at 1:30pm in the Ithaca High School gym. Come celebrate the season with us! From FCA: The FCA student and staff prayer locker is located by the Shop class (locker #353) If you're in need of a little extra support and prayer...please leave your request, your wish, your thought, your struggle. All students and staff are welcome to use the prayer locker. We hope this locker provides an outlet for those who need it. Just knowing that someone else is thinking of you can really make a difference. From Archery Club: The Ithaca Archery Club is sponsoring a Big Buck Contest this year. Students who shoot a deer this season, buck or doe, can send a picture to Mr. Klang at klandav@ithaca.k12.wi.us to be entered. Pictures will be placed near Mr. Klang's door, Prizes will be given for the biggest buck and a random drawing to all who enter. This includes archery season, youth season, and gun season. From Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Hilby: Seroogy's candy bars are back!! Dana Westedt from Main Street Books in Reedsburg has brought Seroogy's back to raise funds for the Huebsch family. Mrs. Hilby and Mrs. Thompson have some available for $2 each candy bar. Contact any of them to get yours or stop in to Main Street Books. When they're gone, they're gone, and they're going FAST! Birthdays: Elementary: none MS/HS: Jonathan Hash
3 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Over the next few weeks, Ithaca is running a campaign for you to “Get To Know” our staff. Please enjoy the following bio of today's featured Ithaca employee. Get to know Greg Herbst.
3 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Look who's coming to Gingerbread House Fun Night this Friday, December 2nd! Get a photo with the Grinch himself. The Ithaca PTSO is hosting their 5th annual event from 5:30-7:00pm in the Commons. Donations will also be collected to assist the Huebsch Family with expenses while Ben is receiving treatment in New York. Check the flier for things to bring to create your houses; prizes will be awarded. Be prepared for great family fun!
4 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Grinch photo op at PTSO Gingerbread House Fun Night
Ithaca PTSO's Gingerbread House Fun Night
Our Elementary students under the direction of Mrs. Liz Niemeyer have been busily preparing for their Winter Music Program. Join them as they present their talents on Friday, December 16th starting at 1:30pm in the Ithaca High School gym.
4 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca Elementary Winter Concert
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Wed, Nov 30, 2022 Today is a Day 2 Lunch for today - First Choice: Mini Corn Dogs, Second Choice: Ham Wraps, Cowboy Beans, Mandarin Oranges, WG bread, Milk The Weight Room will be open after school this week. From Mrs. Burnley: There will be a Junior Class meeting in Mrs. Burnley's room today. From PTSO: Today is the last day to place an order with the Ithaca PTSO winter apparel sale. The holidays are fast approaching & there are many items available that would make great gifts! Items will be delivered to school by December 20. From FCA: FCA group Huddle will gather Thur, Dec 1 at 7:00am. Join us for Breakfast & an encouraging devotion called 'Be the best YOU'! All are welcome! From FCA: The FCA student and staff prayer locker is located by the Shop class (locker #353) If you're in need of a little extra support and prayer...please leave your request, your wish, your thought, your struggle. All students and staff are welcome to use the prayer locker. We hope this locker provides an outlet for those who need it. Just knowing that someone else is thinking of you can really make a difference. From PTSO: The Ithaca PTSO's Gingerbread House Fun Night will be held Fri, Dec 2 from 5:30-7:00 PM in the commons. Bring a base for your creation like a cookie sheet, boxes like pasta or mac n cheese to build your house around, and candy decorations. Graham crackers and frosting will be provided along with hot chocolate and NEW this year: ornament crafts! Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 gingerbread houses. Hope to see you then! From PTSO: Take your photo with The Grinch at the Gingerbread House night! Any monetary donations received will be given to the Huebsch family to help with expenses while Ben is being treated in New York. From PTSO: Popcorn Friday this week! Limit two per student. Cost is 50 cents per bag. This week's proceeds go to the 4th grade class. From Ms. Schmitt: Looking for something to do this weekend? Go no further than UW-Richland for their fall production of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"! This play features Kyla Pluemer as lead character Francie Nolan, a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York right before World War I. This coming of age story is sure to bring joy and hope to all ages. The show runs Fri, Dec 2 and Sat, Dec 3 at 7:30; with an afternoon performance on Sun, Dec 4 at 1:30. Hope to see you all there! From Mrs. Burnley: A Senior Superlative Survey has been emailed to all seniors; please complete the survey by Mon, Dec 5. After the results from the survey have been tabulated, you will be contacted by Yearbook Staff to have a picture taken for your award. The first practice for youth wrestling is on Mon, Dec 5 from 5:30-7. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Put it on your calendars! Enjoy 'Sounds of the Season,' a combined winter concert performed by members of the Ithaca Middle and High School bands and choirs on Mon, Dec 12th starting at 7pm in the Ithaca High School gym. From Mrs. Niemeyer: Our Elementary students have been busily preparing for their Winter Music Program on Fri, Dec 16th starting at 1:30pm in the Ithaca High School gym. Come celebrate the season with us! From Mr. Herbst: Two of the ATTACK Release Privilege Permission Forms have illegible signatures. If you think one may be yours, please come to the office to decipher it. From Archery Club: The Ithaca Archery Club is sponsoring a Big Buck Contest this year. Students who shoot a deer this season, buck or doe, can send a picture to Mr. Klang at klandav@ithaca.k12.wi.us to be entered. Pictures will be placed near Mr. Klang's door. Prizes will be given for the biggest buck and a random drawing to all who enter. This includes archery season, youth season, and gun season. From Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Hilby: Seroogy's candy bars are back!! Dana Westedt from Main Street Books in Reedsburg has brought Seroogy's back to raise funds for the Huebsch family. Mrs. Hilby and Mrs. Thompson have some available for $2 each candy bar. Contact any of them to get yours or stop in to Main Street Books. When they're gone, they're gone, and they're going FAST! From Football Boosters: Football Calendar Raffle Winner for November 30th, Daniel Biba - Congratulations! This Day in History: Brady Bill signed into law-1993. During a White House ceremony attended by James S. Brady, President Bill Clinton signs the Brady handgun-control bill into law. The law requires a prospective handgun buyer to wait five business days while the authorities check on his or her background, during which time the sale is approved or prohibited based on an established set of criteria. Word of the Day: Temerity, noun, is a formal word that means "unreasonable or foolhardy contempt of danger or opposition"; it is a synonym of both rashness and recklessness. Temerity can also refer to a rash or reckless act. The line between boldness and temerity is sometimes only evident after the consequences have become clear. The previous night's temerity had landed the students in detention. Birthdays: Elementary: none MS/HS: Miley Brown, Maggie Kershner, Ryan Tourdot
4 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Please visit the WMTV-TV link ( https://www.nbc15.com/2022/11/30/giving-tuesday-richland-center-teen-shares-significance-delivering-chemo-care-packages/ ) for a complete video of the story MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Ithaca Public Schools senior Natashia Mueller raised $1,500 to help UW Carbone Cancer Center patients feel better by crafting chemo care packages and delivering them. Mueller calls her organization One Hand Helps Another because her family once needed help when her mother was diagnosed with cancer nine years ago. The 18-year-old included candy, deodorant, perfume, cologne and a note inside each gift that she dropped off at the Carbone Center on Nov. 18. Mueller delivered the gifts to the Carbone Center’s front desk, but did not see who the packages went to. She was not expecting a response, but a mother of two battling Stage 2 breast cancer thanked Natashia via Facebook messenger. ”I do it because cancer patients mean so much to me because they always fight for their lives and they will never give up on themselves until they have to,” Mueller said. ”I do not want to see people go through what my mom went through. When she had to be alone it was the hardest thing to ever watch.” Her mother is doing well and helps Natashia sell homemade cheesecake, cookies and puppy chow at bake sales to raise money for the chemo care packages. Mueller plans to attend UW Platteville next fall in the hopes of pursuing a career in physical therapy. She said she plans to return home to Hillpoint (20 minutes outside of Richland Center) to raise money and deliver chemo care packages. She said anyone interested in helping or donating should message her on Facebook. UW Health Carbone Center created a list of donations they always need if people are interested in helping the hospital directly. Please visit the WMTV-TV link ( https://www.nbc15.com/2022/11/30/giving-tuesday-richland-center-teen-shares-significance-delivering-chemo-care-packages/ ) for a complete video of the story
4 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Over the next few weeks, Ithaca is running a campaign for you to “Get To Know” our staff. Please enjoy the following bio of today's featured Ithaca employee. Get to know Juli Thompson.
4 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Put it on your calendars! Enjoy Sounds of the Season, a combined winter concert performed by members of the Ithaca Middle and High School bands and choirs. Under the direction of directors Mrs. Liz Niemeyer and Mr. Josiah Crawford, join us on Monday, Dec. 12th starting at 7pm.
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Sounds of the Season - Band and Choir Concert
We need you! Help Ithaca Public Schools guide our young people. CESA 3 has a substitute teacher training scheduled for next Tuesday, December 6. Anyone with an associates degree or higher can take the training and be eligible for a Wisconsin Short Term Substitute license. The training is one of the requirements for the license (degree and sometimes, fingerprints are the others). Individuals may register https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=32120
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Substitute Teacher Training from CESA3 December 6th
Last week, Ithaca FBLA students ventured into the elementary wing and helped 4K students write letters to Santa. Enjoy these pictures! (post 2 of 2)
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Last week, Ithaca FBLA students ventured into the elementary wing and helped 4K students write letters to Santa. Enjoy these pictures! (post 1 of 2)
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Tues, Nov 29, 2022 Today is a Day 1 Lunch for today - First Choice: Taco & Soft shells, Second Choice: Pizza Burgers/bun, Corn, Applesauce, Yogurt, Dinner rolls, Milk The Weight Room will be open after school this week. From Mr. Kelly: Please release all wrestlers at 2:30 today. From Mrs. Burnley: There will be a Junior Class meeting in Mrs. Burnley's room on Wed, Nov 30. From PTSO: The Ithaca PTSO winter apparel sale is up & running! Order now through Wed, Nov 30. The holidays are fast approaching & there are many items available that would make great gifts! Items will be delivered to school by December 20. From PTSO: The Ithaca PTSO's Gingerbread House Fun Night will be held Fri, Dec 2 from 5:30-7:00 PM in the commons. Bring a base for your creation like a cookie sheet, boxes like pasta or mac n cheese to build your house around, and candy decorations. Graham crackers and frosting will be provided along with hot chocolate and NEW this year: ornament crafts! Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 gingerbread houses. Hope to see you then! The first practice for youth wrestling is on Mon, Dec 5 from 5:30-7. From Archery Club: The Ithaca Archery Club is sponsoring a Big Buck Contest this year. Students who shoot a deer this season, buck or doe, can send a picture to Mr. Klang at klandav@ithaca.k12.wi.us to be entered. Pictures will be placed near Mr. Klang's door, Prizes will be given for the biggest buck and a random drawing to all who enter. This includes archery season, youth season, and gun season. From Football Boosters: Football Calendar Raffle Winner for November 29th, Diane Worrel - Congratulations! From FCA: The FCA student and staff prayer locker is located by the Shop class (locker #353) If you're in need of a little extra support and prayer...please leave your request, your wish, your thought, your struggle. All students and staff are welcome to use the prayer locker. We hope this locker provides an outlet for those who need it. Just knowing that someone else is thinking of you can really make a difference. FCA group Huddle will gather Thursday morning at 7:00am. Join us for Breakfast & an encouraging devotion called 'Be the best YOU! All are welcome! From Ms. Schmitt: Looking for something to do this weekend? Go no further than UW-Richland for their fall production of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"! This play features Kyla Pluemer as lead character Francie Nolan, a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York right before World War I. This coming of age story is sure to bring joy and hope to all ages. The show runs Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3 at 7:30; with an afternoon performance on Sunday, December 4 at 1:30. Hope to see you all there! This Day in History: On November 29, 1942, coffee joins the list of items rationed in the United States. Scarcity or shortages were rarely the reason for rationing during the war. Rationing was generally employed for two reasons: (1) to guarantee a fair distribution of resources and foodstuffs to all citizens; and (2) to give priority to military use for certain raw materials, given the present emergency. Word of the Day: Extirpate, verb, means "to destroy completely," and is often--though not exclusively-used in reference to plant and animal populations. It can also be used to mean "to pull up by the root" and "to cut out by surgery." Despite the years-long effort to extirpate it from the landscape, purple loosestrife continues to thrive in the town's wetlands. Birthdays: Elementary: Kaylee Ewing, Colton Straight MS/HS: Mon, Nov 28- Kennedy Gander, Dayton Scott
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Last night, the Ithaca boys basketball team traveled to Wonewoc-Center for a game. The love and support displayed for Ben Huebsch by our friends at Wonewoc-Center was so appreciated!
5 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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