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GMR Drama Department Presents “Once on this Island”

Cast and crew of “Once on this Island”, is pictured following their 3-night performance. Front row: Alison Kaml, Sebastian Vanderport, Brady Kilen, Nick Kaml, Braydon Stewart, Middle row (seated): Emily Tarala, Nadja Melby, Raegon Kuznia, Morgan Berg, Molly Janicke, Kristy Williamson, Kaiya Novacek. Back row (standing): Director Monique Arneson, Callahan Stewart, Amanda Gram, Robert Hlucny, Derek Nelson, Joe Hlucny, Abbie Brockhouse, Kyle Stenberg, Luke Nelson, John Langaas, Director Robin Waage.

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Badger School Hosts Veteran’s Day Program

Back Row: Badger area veterans Pete Christianson, George Foster, Dave Frislie, Curt Hukee, David Vacura, and Morris Vacura presented the colors for the ceremony. Middle Row: Winners of the 9-12 grade essay contest Kellie Parnow (1st), Victoria Green (2nd), Riley Sovde (3rd), and keynote speaker, Dale Hagen. Front: Winners of the 7-8 grade essay contest Tessa Blumer (1st), Deanna Rybakowski (2nd), Kennedy Truscinski (3rd).

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Badger National Honor Society Inducts New Members

To become a member of the National Honor Society, you must fill out an application, maintain a 3.22 GPA or higher, and show distinguishing traits of Character, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship. This year the Badger chapter inducted nine new members in the Badger School cafeteria on Thursday, November 13. They are pictured with the current members (* signifies a new member): Front *Emily Hamann, Mariah Modahl, *Amy Svir, *Alex Burkel, *Leah Erickson, *Megan Kompelien, *Isabella Grafstrom, Kellie Parnow. Back *Robby Davy, Matt Howell, *Alex Truscinski, Logan Klegstad, Madison Truscinski, and *Riley Sovde.

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Science in “Action”....... Literally!

If you have seen Mrs. Anderson’s science classes in the past few weeks, you may have thought that they were physical education classes! Students are running, walking, and timing. It’s not gym class, however, it is the hands-on study of science. Recently, students in 9th and 11th grade science classes were getting a workout while studying science skills.

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Phy Ed Students Jump All Over Heart Disease

On Tuesday November 11, students from the Greenbush-Middle River Elementary (Greenbush Campus) jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope For Heart. The students raised more than $3150.00 for the American Heart Association. As part of the Jump Rope For Heart Competition between classes teacher Kent Christian bet the classes they wouldn’t be able to raise over $4,800. If they did Mr. Christian would have to take a pie in the face at a girl’s basketball game.

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