To celebrate American Education week, 22 Domtar employees visited Rothschild Elementary and read books to students on Monday afternoon. The volunteers also handed out free pencils and books to all the Rothschild Elementary kindergarteners and first graders, and participated in a celebratory ice cream social. The event took place because of the generosity of the Domtar First Book Project. As part of the Powerful Pages campaign, Domtar Paper and...
Heidi Flees, who teaches German at the D.C. Everest (DCE) Junior High School, was presented with the Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers (WAFLT) Future Language Teacher Award at the WAFLT Fall Conference held in Appleton, Wisconsin. Ms. Flees was also one of 20 foreign language teachers recognized with a WAFLT Honors in Language Study Award. The WALFT Future Language Teacher Award is conferred on students in teacher-training programs...
D.C. Everest Senior High School students enrolled in the Art Explorations 3D class each created a unique bowl on the pottery wheel and then donated them to the Empty Bowls Project. The bowls will be provided to ticket holders at the event, which is to be held Saturday, November 22, 2014 at the Rothschild Pavilion from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Melissa Clay Reissmann, the DCE art teacher who taught the students how to craft the bowls on the pottery...
Congratulations to DCE supervisor of facilities and community services, Aaron Mull, on his 20 Under 40 recognition from the Wausau Daily Herald! View Aaron Mull’s profile!
Congratulations to DCE Middle School Principal Casey Nye on being selected as one of the Wausau Daily Herald’s 20 Under 40! View his profile!
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