HS Facility Upgrade Considered by Residents

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Best Moments of 2013-14

Band teacher Paula Hardie plays the timpani in the band room. She will be playing with the La Crosse concert band over the summer.

Teachers Plan for Busy Summers

As summer approaches, many teachers have already thought out their summer plans. These plans may be leisure-related or they may even be school-related. Band teacher Paula Hardie will be practicing her music skills over the summer. “This summer I’m going to be going to New York with the band and choir. I will be involved in playing with the La […]

Sweeney Moves on From BLAST

Sweeney Moves on From BLAST

As seniors prepare to go off to college, they must quit their jobs due to college commitments.  Senior Allie Sweeney recently finished her last year working at BLAST. “I will miss just about everything [at] BLAST,” said Sweeney.  “I will miss always ending my day on a high note.” Black River Falls Learning After School Time (BLAST) is a program […]


News

Social Studies Department Loses Simpson

This year we’re losing from various departments around the high school. Among these is valued history teacher Rebecca Simpson, who stayed here for the last two years. While this may not have been a very long time to some, she has left an impact on many students through both her attitude and the opportunities she brought with her. “I’m just […]

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Sports

Golf Prepares for Final Meets

The golf team  is preparing for this season’s meets. “As a team we work really hard and everyone is improving and I think it shows in our meets,” said junior Mackenzie Quackenbush. Quackenbush is not going out for regionals this year, but is working to improve at all the practices to advance in the season next year. “Personally, I’m doing […]

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Opinion

A Time of Change

Freshman year is barely in the grasps of my memory now that I try to think back to it. I do, however, remember my very first day in high school. I walked through the menacing archways that I now recognize as regular doors. Shuffling students through the halls, I saw a scary looking bald guy that I now call Mr […]

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HS Facility Upgrade Considered by Residents

HS Facility Upgrade Considered by Residents

Read Task Force Ask Community about School Projects for more information about this project.

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A Time of Change

Freshman year is barely in the grasps of my memory now that I try to think back to it. I do, however, remember my very first day in high school. I walked through the menacing archways that I now recognize as regular doors. Shuffling students through the halls, I saw a scary looking bald guy that I now call Mr […]

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HS Facility Upgrade Considered by Residents

HS Facility Upgrade Considered by Residents

Read Task Force Ask Community about School Projects for more information about this project.

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How Slippery is the Senior Slide?

For many high school is a long and exhausting experience. Of these years, senior year is thought by many to be the most taxing of them all. It’s the last year, and it’s after the junior turmoil of ACT’s, GPA’s, and college applications. From this taxing year comes the idea of the “senior slide,” that students tend to let their […]

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Social Studies Department Loses Simpson

This year we’re losing from various departments around the high school. Among these is valued history teacher Rebecca Simpson, who stayed here for the last two years. While this may not have been a very long time to some, she has left an impact on many students through both her attitude and the opportunities she brought with her. “I’m just […]

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Wojciechowski Resigns

Science teacher Donna Wojciechowski is leaving Black River Falls High school after 9 and a half  years. “I am not retiring, but I am hoping to work closer to home.  My family and time with them is the number one reason why I am hoping to work closer to home,” said Wojciechowski. She has left a very exceptional impact on […]

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What can you do this summer?

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Best Moments of 2013-14

Best Moments of 2013-14
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Teachers Plan for Busy Summers

Band teacher Paula Hardie plays the timpani in the band room. She will be playing with the La Crosse concert band over the summer.

As summer approaches, many teachers have already thought out their summer plans. These plans may be leisure-related or they may even be school-related. Band teacher Paula Hardie will be practicing her music skills over the summer. “This summer I’m going to be going to New York with the band and choir. I will be involved in playing with the La […]

read more

Sweeney Moves on From BLAST

Sweeney Moves on From BLAST

As seniors prepare to go off to college, they must quit their jobs due to college commitments.  Senior Allie Sweeney recently finished her last year working at BLAST. “I will miss just about everything [at] BLAST,” said Sweeney.  “I will miss always ending my day on a high note.” Black River Falls Learning After School Time (BLAST) is a program […]

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