September 28, 2018
September 28, 2018
Posted on 09/28/2018



Sengxai (Sing-Si) Lor

Melody Ruiz

Alex Douangmala


Nicole Slusarek

Joseph Eggert

Kendall Renard

Christopher Lowery

Jaydin Maddix

Banned Book Week Challenge

Thanks to everyone who identified Fahrenheit 451 as the book in the jar.  The winners of a complimentary coffee and biscotti are Ms. Kimberly Roberg and Cole Chappell.  Stop by the Hard Cover Cafe for your delicious treat!

Boys Cross Country

The boys cross country team had another meet on Thursday night in Pulaski.  The varsity and JV teams both won the meet. Varsity boys had an astonishing average time of 16:25 including Dawson Borley being race champion with 16:03 5k.  Tyler Nugent won the JV race and there were many personal best races by the rest of boys. It was a great night to be a hornet cross country runner.


The first FCCLA meeting of the school year will be on Tuesday, October 2nd, after school in Room 137.  FCCLA is a National Student Organization. Do you love kids? Do you love to cook? Do you want to increase your leadership skills or be a part of community service events? Join us on Tuesday to see what our group is all about! Bring a friend - snacks will be provided.

Please see Mrs. Blaney in Room 137 if you have questions.

Get-It-Done-Day (Seniors)


Tuesday, October 2nd is an important day for Preble Seniors applying for college and technical college. School counselors, along with NWTC and UWGB staff, will spend periods 1-8 working directly with seniors in Room 124 and the LMC to complete the FAFSA and college applications. Seniors, please plan at least one period to work with us on October 2nd. Ideally that would be during your study hall, lunch, or a class with your teacher’s permission.


Girls Volleyball


Last night the varsity volleyball team had a great win over Sheboygan South.  Maddy Neumann and Annika Jeanquart had 25 assists, Grace Perret had 13 kills, Hannah Siegworth had 17 digs and Kendall Renard had 10 blocks.  GO HORNETS!


Language Arts Academic Team

Do you like reading classic and modern literature?  Do you enjoy learning trivia about a variety of famous authors and their works?  Are you willing to read, discuss, and analyze literature from various authors? If you answered yes to any of these questions, than the language arts academic team is for you! Come to the first informational meeting at

3:10 pm  on Wednesday, October 3rd in Room 133 and learn more about this exciting club.  See Mrs. Guerndt in Room 133 if you can’t make the informational meeting.


Student Council Elections

Students, do you like to plan and get involved? If so, then Student Council is the club for you! You will learn to be a leader and will develop a work ethic through planning the school dances, hosting blood drives, and planning other events. If you are interested, please stop by the main office and grab an intent to run form. The forms are due in the main office today by 3:15 pm, with the elections to follow next week. Please check your email for the election ballot. If you have any questions email Mrs. Enderby.


Theater Trip


Spots are currently open for the Preble Drama trips to see Hamilton in Chicago in January and Dear Evan Hansen in June. These are two of the most popular shows, and students have an opportunity to be a guest of the drama club to see them this year. Please stop in Room 123 for information and sign up. Hurry! Spots are limited. Any questions, please see Mr. Schun



Are you interested in learning about yearbook?  Please come to Computer Lab 158 after school tonight to see how we work on the book and what jobs need to be done!

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