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On Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., 4 German students from Logan High School and 2 German students from Lincoln Middle School participated in the AATG State German Speaking Contest at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.
At each level, students were required to recite a poem and to communicate spontaneously about random topics. This is a challenging competition to enter! Competing is a rigorous activity that demands using correct grammar and vocabulary as well as quick thinking in the target language.
AATG State German Speaking Contest Results:
Carson Markussen Received 2
Randi Jo Rosen Received 3
The Lincoln MS students all made us proud with their performances. Please congratulate them when you see them!
Congratulations to Muriel Severson who recently won the WAEA Middle School Award for her artwork, which will be featured at the 2017 Youth Art Month closing ceremony at the state capitol show at the Wisconsin Capitol on Friday, March 31, between 12:00pm-1:00pm.
Robert W. Smith made an appearance as a guest composer at Lincoln-SOTA II-Coulee Montessori on March 15. A special concert as be held on Sunday, March 19th at 2:00 p.m. at the Viterbo Fine Arts Center, which highlighted a specially commissioned piece by Robert W. Smith.
He also performed at Viterbo on March 19 as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the La Crosse Youth Symphony Orchestra (LYSO).
“The piece by Robert W. Smith was a once in a lifetime opportunity and experience for our current members and alumni,” said LYSO Artistic Director and Italiano Orchestra Conductor Randall Mastin. “The performance of the piece was the perfect way to showcase the musicianship and talents of the students over the last 50 years.”
Robert W. Smith is one of the most popular and prolific composers today, with over 600 publications in print. Smith held several clinics at La Crosse schools today, including Lincoln Middle School and Logan High School.
“This was an extremely rare opportunity that I wanted as many of our kids to experience as possible,” said Lincoln Middle School/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori Band Director Jason Harden. “We were very fortunate to have him visit us, compliments of the La Crosse Youth Symphony Orchestra.”
Congratulations to Kate Wavra! Our school board member, Connie Troyanek chose Kate’s artwork to hang in this year’s Fine Arts School Board year long art exhibit at Hogan. She will be recognized on Monday, May 15th at the the Fine Arts Recognition school board meeting at Hogan Auditorium.
Congratulations to Winnie Hilker, Gwen Schroeder, and Ellie Dingel for winning the school level of the Optimist Club’s Oratorical Contest. As part of a Writing class assignment, they and nearly eighty other eighth grade students presented speeches around this year’s theme: “What the World Gains from Optimism”.
On Wednesday, March 29, Winnie, Gwen, and Ellie competed against three students from Logan Middle School for the zone level competition, where Ellie Dingel took first place. Ellie will now travel to Wisconsin Dells this May to compete against several other students from the Southern Wisconsin District of the Optimist International Club. Great job, ladies! We are proud of you! And good luck to Ellie at the next level of the competition.
Congratulations to Winnie Hilker! Her NHD documentary, entitled Taking a Stand: Eradicating Native American Boarding Schools in Wisconsin, was the one project chosen out of hundreds for the Joan Rausch Memorial award. She won a monetary prize for her efforts. Way to go, Winnie!
Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the NHD contest yesterday. The following students are moving on to the state competition in Madison:
For group performances: Ellie Dingel, Maddie Maseswicz, and Camille Blake
For another group performance: Lauren Boge, McKenna Oettel, Gwen Schroeder, Avery Trohkimoinen, and Abby Ziegelbein
Group website: Joseph Krueger and Henry Kline
Individual documentary: Regen Emlet
Alternate for papers: Tia Endrizzi
We are so proud of the amazing behavior our Lincoln students exhibited while at UW-L.