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NEWS AND HAPPENINGS
Here's a picture of the students (and Coach Piehl) who participated in the state ice fishing competition in Chetek on February 21st.á

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Men's Honors Choir from several area schools, including Drummond, performed for each school.á Wednesday, February 18, was Drummond's turn to experience the choral ensemble of the very talented honors members.á Thank you all for a terrific show.
Bigger picture, click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE
Quiz Bowl!á 1st in conference for the season and 2nd in CESA conference final tournament!á Fantastic!!á Great job!
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School Board President, Jim Crandall, has been honored by the Wisconsin Association of School Boards with a plaque for 20 years of school board service here at Drummond.á Thank you, Mr. Crandall, for your dedication to our students, staff and District.
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The Class of 2015 made their mark on a wall of the school.á Awesome word to live by...PRIDE.á Thank you, Seniors!á Looks great!
Picture HERE
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Emma and Lizzy Brauer collaborated with Mrs. Oravis and Mr. Brinker to make the snow globe essay project a success. The display is in the elementary hallway and shows a scene that goes with a story that each student composed. Lizzy and Emma took photos of students posing for the storyline which students cut out and used for their project. These girls also collaborated last year with paintings on the playground that focused on the Seven Pillars of Character.
Pictures, click HERE and HERE

Dylan Marshall, Cory Schaffer, Jordan Miller, Clayton Netz, Andrew Messel, Ricky Renz, Mitch Popelka, Cody Wittling, Levi Anglin, Hunter Stolarzyk and Dylan Weiss are students who worked hard to paint for the recent Paralympic event in Cable. These students should be proud of the qualities they showed during this task: leadership, communication , time management and a good deal or internal control. Gerald Hanson (who organized this world class event) thanked the students for their timely effort.

Pictures, click HERE and HERE

Drummond students collaborated with Jeanne Riese (local artist) to paint doors for a sculpture celebrating the recent Paralympic event in Cable. Students laid out and painted the format that the athletes used to sign and decorate. Students included: Brittany Flaig, Bailey Weingarten, Adam Woltor, Ricky Renz, Mitch Popelka, Dylan Marshall, Levi Anglin, Andrew Messell, Cory Schaffer, Lizzy Brauer, Emma Brauer, Tim Niber, Tyler Gray and Alex Pierce
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It's HOMECOMING week at Drummond!á Each day students and staff are encouraged to dress up for that day's theme.á Here are some pics of 80's/Neon day.
More Photos:á HERE, HERE,
Personal Finance class participated in the annual, Mad City Money simulation.á Students are given a budget and various scenarios (kind of like a real-life version of the board game, LIFE).á Many area businesses provide volunteers to participate and work with students on these real-life situations.á The experience is eye-opening.á We would like to thank all of the community businesses and volunteers for your time and efforts.
For more pictures, click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE
Breanne Hanson and her 11th and 12th grade students at the Drummond Area School District are the winners of the $500 Kemps/Super One Cool Classroom Makeover Contest. Presenting Breanne (Left) with the check for $500 is Alan Sunie (Right) store manager at Ashland Super One Foods. ááAccording to Hanson, the award will be used by the students to paint a classroom mural, purchase some educational games, and build up the classroom library.á (The photo is a reprint from The Daily Press.)
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Congratulations to the Quizbowl Team of Curtiss Engstrom, Luke Krauss, Brock McNaughton, Patricia O'Shaghnassey, and Katie Thake for winning this year's conference title.á Fantastic job!
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Our K - 8 students had the experience of a lifetime when they were bussed out to the IPC world championships being held in Cable.á The students were able to meet some para-olympic athletes from around the world and watch some events.á An experience I'm sure none of them will ever forget.
To view more pictures, click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE
Thanks to all who helped with the National Honor Society Blood Drive and donated blood! We collected 41 units of life saving blood.á

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2015 Spelling Bee Winners!á
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Ella Skoraczwski - Champion;Skyler Ramsey - Runner Up;Breanna Kinnunen - Alternate.
Ella and Styler will represent Drummond Elementary School at the Regional Spelling Bee at CESA 12 on February 4.á Breanna will attend and compete if either Ella or Styler are unable to participate.á Congratulations to our three 2015 representatives and all the competitors at Drummond Elementary in grades 3-6.
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MS Honor Band students who were were selected to work with Mr. Howard Lehman in the Northern Wisconsin Music Association All-Conference Band.á Great job!á

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The 14-15 Ice Fishing Team took 1st place at the Battle of the Bay competition.á It was their 3rd straight year of winning this competition.á Great job!!

For a bigger picture, click HERE
Additional Photos, click HERE and HERE
The 2014-15 Nordic Ski Team!

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14-15 Edventure Club Application - Click HERE
DRUMMOND AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
 
Drummond Area School District will provide a diversified, progressive and safe environment for student success in an ever-changing world.

The Drummond Area School District prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation or all or part of an individual’s income if derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or presented by the School.  An opportunity will be available during the selection process for persons with disabilities to advise the District of any need for reasonable accommodation.
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