April 2018
Issue 9
Welcome to this month's publication of the eNews. In this edition, you will find:

*School Song and Spirit

*Dr. Seuss on the Loose

*Literacy Nights

*Spelling Bee

*Grade 5 Science

*Grade 6 Math

*Grade 7 Writing

*Grade 8 Career Fair

*Glass Making Projects 

*Family Movie Night

*High School Career Fair

*Accountants in Madison

*DECA to Nationals

*District News
Dates to Note
April 2 - No School

April 3 - Election Day

April 5 - Breakfast with Mom & Dad - IS, Grades 5 & 6

April 7 - Multiple Sclerosis 5K Run/Walk at HS 

April 9 - Board Meeting

April 10 - Breakfast with Mom & Dad - LN

April 14 - HS Prom, ACT

April 18 - Grades 11 & 12 - No School

April 19 - Breakfast with Mom & Dad - PV

April 20 - No School - Staff Inservice

April 24 - Breakfast with Mom & Dad - RF

April 24 & 26 - 4th Grade Beginner Band Parent Meeting

April 26 - HS Music Dept. Spring Concert

School Song - School Pride
Many thanks to the Boys' Basketball Team 
The boys' basketball team worked this year to get the student body and spectators involved in the singing of the school song.  Check out the New London school song performed by the High School band, boys basketball team, and the entire student body!  Great job by all - keep the school spirit going!

Dr. Seuss on the Loose
Family Fun
District 4K programs offer a variety of family outreach opportunities. The celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday offered awesome opportunity to enhance learning with a variety of exploration activities at the Washington Center. Thank you to everyone who made this event such a success. 
Literacy Night at Lincoln Elementary School
Family Connections
 Thursday, March 1, was Literacy Night at Lincoln. The theme was "Go for the Gold! READ!"
Literacy Night at Parkview Elementary School
Family Connections
Parkview students, staff, and parents made Literacy Night a great event. Families were able to read to K9 friends, read students' writings on a gallery walk, purchase books at the Book Fair and enjoy a meal provided by Parkview 4th graders.  
Regional Spelling Bee
Congratulations, Jonah Stone and Glavin Lubinski!
Intermediate/Middle School students Glavin Lubinski, grade 7, and Jonah Stone, grade 5, represented our school at the CESA 6 Regional Spelling Bee with poise and pride! With 40 spellers, it took 8 rounds to complete.  
Glavin made it through the fourth round and Jonah was sixth overall!  
Grade 5 Science
Parent Leads a Lesson
Mrs. Friemark's fifth graders were privileged to have Mrs. Angela Johnston lead science class in a simple machine exploration experiment. Students constructed inclined planes (ski jumps and roller coasters) and explored angles at which a marble could travel and land in a cup. 

Grade 6 Math
Pi Day Activities
Sixth graders recognized Pi Day in Mrs. Grossman's and Mrs. Zaddack's classrooms.  They enjoyed measuring, and munching, a variety of circles. 

Grade 7 Writers
Women in STEM
Four seventh grade students in Mrs. Wilson's English Language Arts chose to use their writing skills to honor contributions women had made in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This was an optional project that these four students chose to tackle and stretch their thinking and talents!  Great job, Cadence, Caiden, Renna and Devan.

Grade 8 Career Fair
"Your Future Live"
Eighth grade students attended the career expo "Your Future Live" presented by the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce at the Fox Cities Exhibition Center. Students participated in many hands-on learning activities and had the opportunity to explore career options from the 16 career clusters!
Bergstrom Mahler Museum
Glass Making
Mrs. Nelson took 18 High School students to the Bergstrom Mahler Museum of Glass for a glass workshop day. Students were introduced to "hot" glass and learned about lamp working, as well as "cold" glass where they created some fused glass pieces. Their work will be on display at Bergstrom's art gallery through March.
Student Projects
Frozen Family Movie Night
Making Connections
Crowns for a Cause is an independent High School project created by Haley Lewallen.  The 10 princes and princesses were at Parkview School hoping to bring community awareness to positive mental health.  Autographs, photos, games, and raffle baskets preceded the showing of the movie Frozen.   

Post-Secondary Career Fair
Community Connections
Making plans for the future was never this easy thanks to the New London High School Post-Secondary and Career Fair! Private colleges, UW colleges, military options, specialty schools, technical colleges, apprenticeships, job opportunities and out-of-state colleges all made appearances. Thanks to all who participated and made this such a success!
Accounting Students to Madison 
Making Connections 
Twenty-four current and past accounting High School students visited vaious locations in Madison to learn more about accounting careers. Students visited Wipfli, a public accounting firm, and met with accountants and interns from UW-Whitewater. They toured the Kohl Center and met with a senior accountant for UW Athletics. Students also visited with an accountant from the Madison Mallards and toured their stadium. The entire trip, including meals, was paid for with a grant from the WICPA to promote accounting careers.

Successful Year for DECA
Seven Students Headed to National Competition

Students attended the state DECA competition held at the Grand Geneva in Lake Geneva in March.
The following students have qualified for the national DECA competition based on their success at the state competition.  The national competition will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, from April 21- 24.
  • Ellie Madsen-Creative Marketing
  • Erika Dorow and Jessica Gregory-Entrepreneurship Promotion Project
  • Jack Noffke-Accounting Applications
  • Addy Graber, Parker Fermanich, Josie Tuchscherer-School Based Enterprise
District News
Director Reports
School District of New London administrators share a news report with the Board of Education each month. It can be found linked on the district's website

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