Ithaca’s Middle School Sources of Strength group was inspired by The Little Hearts Project (thelittleheartsproject.org), to spread mental health and suicide prevention awareness. Crocheted hearts, offered to all middle and high school students, are attached to a tag with the 988 crisis line number on the front, and an inspirational saying on the back. Mental health matters!
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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The Ithaca/Weston High School Track & Field team had a successful showing at the New Lisbon Mill Haven Invitational on Saturday. Top boys finishes included Channing Brown with a 3rd in the 800m race, the boys 4X800m relay of Braysen Garcia-Boland, Randy Pichardo Flores, Kerrick Thompson, and Sam Jones placed 4th, the boys 4X400m relay of Sam Jones, Channing Brown, Landon Thompson, and Micah Salisbury placed 5th, Channing Brown placed 6th in Long Jump, the boys 4X200m relay of Landon Thompson, Channing Brown, James Timm, and Kerrick Thompson placed 6th, Landon Thompson placed 8th in Long Jump, and Sam Jones placed 8th in the 400m dash. Many athletes had personal bests. The girls team placed 1st overall! They scored with Holly King in shot put with 5th and discus with 6th, Aubri Koch placed 5th in the 200m dash and 2nd in triple jump, Kaylee Miller placed 2nd in the 100m dash and 2nd in high jump, Tristen Peterson placed 4th in the 100m hurdles, 2nd in the 300m hurdles, and 1st in the long jump, the girls 4X100m relay of Kaylee Miller, Aubri Koch, Maggie Kershner, and Kaylee Peterson placed 1st, the 4X200m Jadyn Boland, Lia Puig, Bailey Wanless, and Brooklyn Dickey placed 2nd, the 4X400m relay of Kaylee Miller, Aubri Koch, Tristen Peterson, and Kaylee Peterson placed 1st. All results are on Accuracetiming.com. It was an exceptional day for all our athletes, and your coaches are so proud of the efforts of the teams. Congratulations! The team has their next meet tomorrow at Kickapoo for the annual Lee Griffin Invitational.
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca/Weston High School Girls win Mill Haven Invitational 2024
Congratulations to the FBLA members who participated in the State Leadership Conference in Green Bay last Monday and Tuesday. Jadyn Boland and Izabela Ortiz in Introduction to Social Media, Emma Coy and Alivya Young in Broadcast Journalism, Callie Muckler in Introduction to Social Media, and Landon Thompson in Insurance and Risk Management. Four students qualified to attend the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL June 29 - July 2; Holly King, Kailey Newkirk, and Tristen Peterson in Graphic Design and Abby Plonka in Parliamentary Procedures. The conference also featured several breakout sessions with many experts in their topics. Mrs Burnley spoke highly of former Packer Rob Davis and his presentation of "The Power of Now." He has been named the Director of Learning & Development for the Packer organization that involves diversity, inclusion, and equity in the organization and beyond the field. Congratulations on your achievements and good luck!
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
2024 FBLA State Conference
Rob Davis with Callie Muckler and advisor Katie Burnley
National Qualifiers Tristen Peterson, Kailey Newkirk, and Holly King
National Qualifier Abby Plonka
Landon Thompson, state qualifier
Izzie Ortiz and Jadyn Boland, state qualifiers
Ally Plonka, state qualifier
Callie Muckler, state qualifier
Alivya Young and Emma Coy, state qualifiers
2024 FBLA State Leadership Conference Qualifiers and National Leadership Conference Qualifiers
The Bulldog Boutique has YOU covered! We are also looking for donation - socks, underwear k-12 grade, dry shampoo, regular shampoo and conditioner, lotion, face wipes, mini soaps, deodorant, body spray for boys and girls. Small snacks ( no nuts or peanut butter please). Anything to help our students start out their day with positive vibes.
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Today, Wisconsin Public Schools observe a day to honor the American's Creed, written in 1917 by William Tyler Page, a messenger in the U.S. House of Representatives. His essay was judged the "best summary of American political faith" in a national contest. When an observance day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it should be observed on the preceding Friday or the following Monday. I believe in the United States of America as a Government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic, a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its Flag; and to defend it against all enemies. —Written by William Tyler Page
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
The American's Creed
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Monday, April 15, 2024 Today is a Day 1 Lunch for today - First Choice: Hot turkey & cheese w/bun, Second Choice: Pizza dippers, Mixed vegetables, pears, salad bar, milk From Ms. Durkin: There will be a student council meeting during lunch today in the art room. From Mr. Klang: There will be a Junior Class Meeting in Mr. Klang's room during ATTACK Today, April 15th. From Coach Jeanna Lorenz: The Ithaca/Weston High School Track & Field team had a successful showing at the New Lisbon Mill Haven Invitational on Saturday. Top boys finishes included Channing Brown with a 3rd in the 800m race, the boys 4X800m relay of Braysen Garcia-Boland, Randy Pichardo Flores, Kerrick Thompson, and Sam Jones placed 4th, the boys 4X400m relay of Sam Jones, Channing Brown, Landon Thompson, and Micah Salisbury placed 5th, Channing Brown placed 6th in Long Jump, the boys 4X200m relay of Landon Thompson, Channing Brown, James Timm, and Kerrick Thompson placed 6th, Landon Thompson placed 8th in Long Jump, and Sam Jones placed 8th in the 400m dash. Many athletes had personal bests. The girls team placed 1st overall! They scored with Holly King in shot put with 5th and discus with 6th, Aubri Koch placed 5th in the 200m dash and 2nd in triple jump, Kaylee Miller placed 2nd in the 100m dash and 2nd in high jump, Tristen Peterson placed 4th in the 100m hurdles, 2nd in the 300m hurdles, and 1st in the long jump, the girls 4X100m relay of Kaylee Miller, Aubri Koch, Maggie Kershner, and Kaylee Peterson placed 1st, the 4X200m Jadyn Boland, Lia Puig, Bailey Wanless, and Brooklyn Dickey placed 2nd, the 4X400m relay of Kaylee Miller, Aubri Koch, Tristen Peterson, and Kaylee Peterson placed 1st. All results are on Accuracetiming.com. It was an exceptional day for all our athletes, and your coaches are so proud of the efforts of the teams. Congratulations! The team has their next meet tomorrow at Kickapoo for the annual Lee Griffin Invitational. From Mr. Klang: The Junior class is excited to bring you a "Night Under the Lanterns" themed prom held on April 27th from 8-11pm at the White House in Richland Center. Admission is $10. If you are planning on bringing a guest to prom that is not from Ithaca, please sign them up using the form in the office. You must have your guest signed up before 3:30 pm on Friday, April 19th. See you there! Attention Elementary/Middle School Parents: Yearbooks are now on sale for $15, this window will close at 11:59pm on April 19th. Please visit the website to purchase: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/ITHACA-ELEMMIDDLE-2024 Contact Samantha Hilby for any help with ordering. From PTSO: Popcorn Friday will be this Friday, April 19 . Elementary students, your classroom teacher will take your order and money. Middle School and High School students you will be able to purchase yours during breakfast, at the end of your hallways. Cost is $0.50 per bag, limit 2 bags per person. Help support the 3rd grade class! From forensics coaches: Practice, practice, practice! This Friday, April 19th is the state contest. Let’s all achieve 25s and Gold! Schedule your rehearsal with a coach. From PTSO: Enjoy an afternoon with your family and friends at Symons Recreation Complex for FREE!!! April 21 From 1:30-3:45 p.m. the PTSO will be holding their Swim for Free Family Day. All you have to do is come to Symons and let them know at the counter that you are for the Ithaca PTSO Swim Day. We hope to see you there! From PTSO: PTSO officer elections are up and running. The positions up for election include: Vice President, Secretary, Fundraising Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator. Contact Samantha Swenink, PTSO President, if you are interested in running for a position. They will be voted on at the May 14th PTSO Meeting. From Ms. Schmitt: Middle Schoolers - would you like to be in a movie? This Sunday, April 21, Community Players of SW WI will be making a film called “The Play’s The Thing”, and we need your help! We need students who have sports uniforms to be extra characters in our scene. For more information, please find Ms. Schmitt this week. WORD OF THE DAY: Creed: a brief authoritative formula of religious belief, a set of fundamental beliefs, or a guiding principle. Never settle for mediocrity is his creed. THIS DAY IN HISTORY: April 13 Recognition: Wisconsin Public School Observance Day recognizing the American's Creed, written in 1917 by William Tyler Page, a messenger in the U.S. House of Representatives. His essay was judged the "best summary of American political faith" in a national contest. When an observance day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it should be observed on the preceding Friday or the following Monday. BIRTHDAYS: none
6 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca Schools is hosting a Career Exploration Day. The district is seeking businesses and education partners to participate and showcase your career pathway. This event is for Ithaca middle school and high school students. They would like to invite interested businesses to come and inspire students by sharing your career journey, information about your workplace, and answer any questions the students may have. This event will be held at the Ithaca Gymnasium Tuesday April 30, from 8:15 AM until 11:15 AM. The students will visit business/education booths to get a better understanding of Career Pathways and explore career opportunities. There will be refreshments and a continental breakfast for partners to enjoy. For more information or to reserve a booth, please contact: Monica Kershner - YA Career Coach by email at monica.kershenr@ithaca.k12.wi.us or call Monica at 608-585-2311 Ext 302.
9 days ago, Ithaca Schools
career day
There's no business like show business! Ms Okus took Ithaca High School choir students to watch one of Ithaca's own grace the stage at UW-Platteville on Wednesday as Kyla Pluemer portrayed Wednesday in The Addams Family Musical. The choir was able to visit briefly with Kyla and get a tour of some of the Music Department while they were there, and rounded out the trip with a stop in Boscobel for ice cream at Udder Brothers Creamery.
9 days ago, Ithaca Schools
UW-P Addams Family for Ithaca Choir
Congratulations to 6th grader Molly Geraths, for winning the t-shirt design contest for the 2024 Sources of Strength Regional Retreat! Her design incorporated the colors of the 8 protective factors on the Sources of Strength wheel, all within the outline of the great state of Wisconsin. Way to go, Molly!
9 days ago, Ithaca Schools
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Walk right in. Sit right down! Walk-ins can be accepted today at the Ithaca FFA Spring Blood Drive. Walk right in to the Community gym and get checked in. Your donation can make a difference to so many who rely on blood or blood products. Thank you all for supporting this community service effort! Stop in and visit with students and community who are saving lives, too!
9 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca FFA Spring 2024 Blood Drive
Blood donation!
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Friday, April 12, 2024 Today is a Day 2 Lunch for today - First Choice: Hot dog w/bun, Second Choice: Fish sticks, WG roll, potato wedges, peaches, Salad Bar, Milk Good luck to the Ithaca/Weston High School track and field athletes as they travel to New Lisbon tomorrow for the annual Mill Haven Invitational. Field events start at 9:00 and running at 9:20. Admission for adults is $4 and students $2. Concessions will be available. Bus leaves Ithaca at 6:45, and we will stop at Weston on the way to New Lisbon. Keep up with results on accuracetiming.com. From Mr. Kelly: Congratulations to Ethan Stowell and Mac Neefe for being named to the Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association Academic All-State Team. From FFA: Today is the spring blood drive. If you are over 16 please consider giving blood. We have a goal of 20 pints and currently only have 6 signed up. Staff, consider setting a great example for our students! You can sign up at Versiti at https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/261555 or call Ms. Sprecher at 585-2311 ext. 310 or email for an appointment. From Mr. Andresen: There will be a Math Team meeting during ATTACK on Friday, April 12. The T-shirt order and the competitions at the conference and state levels will all be discussed. From Mrs. Kershner: Students attending the Healthcare Field trip to the Richland Hospital please have your permission slips handed in to the guidance office by this Friday April 12. The field trip is scheduled for Wed, April 17. Any questions please see Mrs. Kershner Seniors: PLEASE check your email regarding Senior Spotlight information. Submit a Senior picture and your plans after high school to Mrs. Kershner no later than this Friday, April 12. Thank you. From Mr. Klang: The Junior class is excited to bring you a "Night Under the Lanterns" themed prom held on April 27th from 8-11pm at the White House in Richland Center. Admission is $10. If you are planning on bringing a guest to prom that is not from Ithaca, please sign them up using the form in the office. You must have your guest signed up before 3:30 pm on Friday, April 19th. See you there! Attention Elementary/Middle School Parents: Yearbooks are now on sale for $15, this window will close at 11:59pm on April 19th. Please visit the website to purchase: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/ITHACA-ELEMMIDDLE-2024 Contact Samantha Hilby for any help with ordering. From PTSO: Enjoy an afternoon with your family and friends at Symons Recreation Complex for FREE!!! April 21 From 1:30-3:45 p.m. the PTSO will be holding their Swim for Free Family Day. All you have to do is come to Symons and let them know at the counter that you are for the Ithaca PTSO Swim Day. We hope to see you there! From PTSO: PTSO officer elections are up and running. The positions up for election include: Vice President, Secretary, Fundraising Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator. Contact Samantha Swenink, PTSO President, if you are interested in running for a position. They will be voted on at the May 14 PTSO Meeting. WORD OF THE DAY: discomfit: to make them confused or upset. Jacob was discomfited by the new employee’s forward, probing questions. THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1861- Four of the bloodiest years in American history began when Confederate shore batteries under General Pierre G.T. Beauregard opened fire on Union-held Fort Sumter in South Carolina’s Charleston Harbor on April 12, 1861. During the next 34 hours, 50 Confederate guns and mortars launched more than 4,000 rounds at the poorly supplied fort. On April 13, U.S. Major Robert Anderson surrendered the fort. Two days later, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation calling for 75,000 volunteer soldiers to quell the Southern “insurrection.” BIRTHDAYS: Elementary - Connie Pulvermacher Sun 4/14 Middle School - none High School - none Faculty & Staff - Bus Driver Frank Schuh today
9 days ago, Ithaca Schools
There is still time to schedule your donation of blood at tomorrow's Ithaca FFA Spring Blood Drive. Help them reach their goal, and help the millions who rely on the generosity of others to receive blood or blood products. Each day, approximately 25,000 units of whole blood, 5,000 units of platelets, and 6,500 units of plasma are needed in the U.S. You make a difference! If you are over 16 please consider giving blood. Adults, consider setting a great example for our students! You can sign up at Versiti at https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/261555 or call Ms. Sprecher at 585-2311 ext. 310 or email for an appointment.
10 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca FFA Spring 2024 Blood Drive
Congratulations to Ethan Stowell and Mac Neefe for being named to the Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association Academic All-State Team. Ethan is a sophomore and son to Stephanie Stowell and Luke Stowell. Mac is a junior and son to Daniel and JoEllen Neefe. Well done, Bulldogs!
10 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Wisconsin Coaches Association Wrestling All-Academic team 2024
Enjoy an afternoon with your family and friends at Symons Recreation Complex for FREE!!! April 21 From 1:30-3:45 p.m. the PTSO will be holding their Swim for Free Family Day. All you have to do is come to Symons and let them know at the counter that you are for the Ithaca PTSO Swim Day. We hope to see you there!
10 days ago, Ithaca Schools
PTSO Free Symons Swim Day April
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The Black Hawk Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) celebrated the Senior Good Citizen of the Year recognizing students from area high schools at a program on April 10, 2024. The DAR Good Citizen program is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. The student selected as the school's DAR Good Citizen must have the qualities of: Dependability, Service, Leadership, and Patriotism. Congratulations to Ithaca's DAR Good Citizen Kaylee Peterson. Pictured in the group are the selected DAR Good Citizens: From left to right: Wauzeka-Steuben High School- Cohen Redman; Kickapoo High School- Hailey Gander; Highland High School- Bronwyn Halverson; Riverdale High School- Alivia Sturdevant; Seneca High School- Gracie Sime; Iowa-Grant High School- Jayden Ballard; Ithaca High School- Kaylee Peterson; and LaFarge High School- Gracie Nemec.
10 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Kaylee Peterson, Ithaca High School DAR recipient 2024
Kaylee Peterson, Ithaca High School DAR recipient 2024, being awarded
2024 DAR recipients from our area
Ms Meredith Bevan with Kaylee Peterson, Ithaca High School DAR recipient 2024
Lauren Moe, mother of Kaylee Peterson, Ithaca High School DAR recipient 2024
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Thursday, April 11, 2024 Today is a Day 1 Lunch for today - First Choice: Meatball sub w/bun, Second Choice: Chicken fajita, WG roll, baked beans, applesauce, Salad Bar, Milk Mrs. Burnley: Congratulations to the FBLA members who participated in the State Leadership Conference in Green Bay on Monday and Tuesday. Jadyn Boland and Izabela Ortiz in Introduction to Social Media, Emma Coy and Alivya Young in Broadcast Journalism, Callie Muckler in Introduction to Social Media, and Landon Thompson in Insurance and Risk Management. Four students qualified to attend the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL June 29 - July 2; Holly King, Kailey Newkirk, and Tristen Peterson in Graphic Design and Abby Plonka in Parliamentary Procedures. Congratulations on your achievements and good luck! From Mr. Klang: There will be a Junior Class Meeting in Mr. Klang's room during ATTACK Today, April 11th. From Ms. Sprecher: High School FFA will meet during lunch on Thursday, April 11. FFA members please go to the front of the line and report to Ms. Sprecher’s room right away so the meeting can begin. Middle school FFA will meet during ATTACK on Thursday, April 11 in Ms Sprecher’s room. From FFA: Friday, April 12 is the spring blood drive. If you are over 16 please consider giving blood. We have a goal of 20 pints and currently only have 6 signed up. Staff, consider setting a great example for our students! You can sign up at Versiti at https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/261555 or call Ms. Sprecher at 585-2311 ext. 310 or email for an appointment. From Mr. Andresen: There will be a Math Team meeting during ATTACK on Friday, April 12. The T-shirt order and the competitions at the conference and state levels will all be discussed. From Mrs. Kershner: Students attending the Healthcare Field trip to the Richland Hospital please have your permission slips handed in to the guidance office by this Friday April 12. The field trip is scheduled for Wed, April 17. Any questions please see Mrs. Kershner. Seniors: PLEASE check your email regarding Senior Spotlight information. Submit a Senior picture and your plans after high school to Mrs. Kershner no later than this Friday, April 12. Thank you. From Mr. Klang: The Junior class is excited to bring you a "Night Under the Lanterns" themed prom held on April 27th from 8-11pm at the White House in Richland Center. Admission is $10. If you are planning on bringing a guest to prom that is not from Ithaca, please sign them up using the form in the office. You must have your guest signed up before 3:30 pm on Friday, April 19th. See you there! Attention Elementary/Middle School Parents: Yearbooks are now on sale for $15, this window will close at 11:59pm on April 19th. Please visit the website to purchase: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/ITHACA-ELEMMIDDLE-2024 Contact Samantha Hilby for any help with ordering. From PTSO: Enjoy an afternoon with your family and friends at Symons Recreation Complex for FREE!!! April 21 From 1:30-3:45 p.m. the PTSO will be holding their Swim for Free Family Day. All you have to do is come to Symons and let them know at the counter that you are for the Ithaca PTSO Swim Day. We hope to see you there! From PTSO: PTSO officer elections are up and running. The positions up for election include: Vice President, Secretary, Fundraising Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator. Contact Samantha Swenink, PTSO President, if you are interested in running for a position. They will be voted on at the May 14 PTSO Meeting. BIRTHDAYS: Elementary - Kegan Ringelstetter Middle School - none High School - Darin Nelson, Jason Logue Faculty & Staff - none
10 days ago, Ithaca Schools
You can save a life! The impact of blood donation goes far beyond the life of the recipient. Whole blood and blood products bring the gift of life. Consider donating this Friday at the Ithaca FFA blood drive. Friday, April 12 is the spring blood drive. If you are over 16 please consider giving blood. We have a goal of 20 pints. You can sign up at Versiti at https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/261555 or call Ms. Sprecher at 585-2311 ext. 310 or email for an appointment.
11 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca FFA Spring 2024 Blood Drive
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Announcements: Wednesday, April 10, 2024 Today is a Day 2 - today is an early release Lunch for today - First Choice: Sloppy joes w/bun, Second Choice: Cheese pizza, Bread sticks, Green Beans, Pears, Salad Bar, Milk Culver's Share night for youth bowling, Wednesday, April 10th, 4-8 pm. Come out and support our youth bowlers scholarship program. Mrs. Burnley: Congratulations to the FBLA members who participated in the State Leadership Conference in Green Bay on Monday and Tuesday. Jadyn Boland and Izabela Ortiz in Introduction to Social Media, Emma Coy and Alivya Young in Broadcast Journalism, Callie Muckler in Introduction to Social Media, and Landon Thompson in Insurance and Risk Management. Four students qualified to attend the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL June 29 - July 2; Holly King, Kailey Newkirk, and Tristen Peterson in Graphic Design and Abby Plonka in Parliamentary Procedures. Congratulations on your achievements and good luck! From FFA: Friday, April 12 is the spring blood drive. If you are over 16 please consider giving blood. We have a goal of 20 pints and currently only have 6 signed up. Staff, consider setting a great example for our students! You can sign up at Versiti at https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/261555 or call Ms. Sprecher at 585-2311 ext. 310 or email for an appointment. From Mrs. Kershner: Students attending the Healthcare Field trip to the Richland Hospital please have your permission slips handed in to the guidance office by this Friday April 12. The field trip is scheduled for Wed, April 17. Any questions please see Mrs. Kershner. Seniors: PLEASE check your email regarding Senior Spotlight information. Submit a Senior picture and your plans after high school to Mrs. Kershner no later than this Friday, April 12. Thank you. From Mr. Klang: The Junior class is excited to bring you a "Night Under the Lanterns" themed prom held on April 27th from 8-11pm at the White House in Richland Center. Admission is $10. If you are planning on bringing a guest to prom that is not from Ithaca, please sign them up using the form in the office. You must have your guest signed up before 3:30 pm on Friday, April 19th. See you there! Attention Elementary/Middle School Parents: Yearbooks are now on sale for $15, this window will close at 11:59pm on April 19th. Please visit the website to purchase: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/ITHACA-ELEMMIDDLE-2024 Contact Samantha Hilby for any help with ordering. WORD OF THE DAY: meticulous: showing extreme or excessive care in the consideration or treatment of details. He is meticulous about keeping accurate records. THIS DAY IN HISTORY: On April 10, 1866, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is founded in New York City by philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh. BIRTHDAYS: Elementary - none Middle School - Jasmine White High School - none Faculty & Staff - none
11 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Great job to all of our Ithaca FFA CDE Teams! Congratulations to our FIVE STATE QUALIFYING TEAMS !!! Livestock Evaluation - Bailey Wanless, Logan Anderson, Violet Dilley, and Annabeth Sprecher Agronomy - Sam Jones, Wes Nelson, Caleb Birkrem, Darin Nelson Milk Products - Ethan Birkrem, Maylee Pluemer, Jacey Maxwell, Kerrick Thompson Ag Mechanics - Alex Evans, Landon Thompson, Isaiah Fargen,Tyler Steinmetz Poultry Evaluation - Ethan Stowell, Justin Honer, Casey Pomering, Clayton Lee Good luck at State!!!
12 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Ithaca FFA Livestock Evaluation team
Ithaca FFA Agronomy team
Ithaca FFA Milk Products team
Ithaca FFA Ag Mechanics team
Ithaca FFA Poultry Evaluation team
Reminder / recordar Early release / salida temprana Middle School / escuela intermedia/ High School / escuela secundaria at / en 12:35 P.M. Elementary School / escuela primaria at / en 12:15 P.M. Wednesday April 10/ 10 de abril
12 days ago, Ithaca Schools
Liberacion Temprana
Early Release