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  • Students dig deep
    Recently, students at Phelps School under the direction of Tracy Albrecht submitted posters for the Vilas County Land and Water Conservation Department’s poster contest. This year’s theme was “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.” Winners are, from left, seventh-grader Kaylie Grasse, first place; eighth-grader Brooke Andersen, second; and
  • The Phelps Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for this Saturday, April 20, at 11 a.m. at Phelps School for children 12 years of age and younger. 
    The Easter Bunny will be on hand for photographs prior to the hunt and a hot dog and chips meal will be offered at no cost. Children will receive a chocolate bunny, goody bag and
  • Awards given
    One student from pre-kindergarten through fifth grades is chosen each quarter by their teacher to receive the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) incentive award for demonstrating outstanding positive behaviors. The reward is a $20 gift certificate for Grandma’s Toy Box in Eagle River. Receiving awards on pajama day are, from left,
  • The Phelps Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for Saturday, April 20, at 11 a.m. at Phelps School for children through sixth grade or 12 years of age. 

    The Easter Bunny will be on hand for photographs prior to the hunt and a hot dog and chip meal will be offered at no cost. All children will receive a chocolate bunny, goody bag and
  • Students honored
    Eighth-grader Brooke Andersen, right, and 11th-grader Logan Lisko were chosen as Phelps School April Students of the Month. “Brooke is a hard worker who is able to persevere even when facing challenges. She has a positive attitude toward school and is kind and respectful,” said high school math teacher Rachel Smith. “Logan is a diligent student who isn’t afraid to try new things. He often 
  • Entries sought for maple syrup contest
    The eighth annual Phelps Maple Syrup Fest slated for Saturday, April 6 and hosted by the Phelps Chamber of Commerce, will again include a maple syrup judging contest as part of the day’s festivities.
    Syrup entries will be judged on 
  • Elementary students visit sheriff, police and museum on field trip
    Four-year-old kindergarten, kindergar­ten and first-grade students from the Phelps School District, under the direction of Leslie Miles and Jane Sjostrom, recently visited the Vilas County Sheriff’s Office, Eagle River Police Department and Northwoods Children’s Mu­se­um in Eagle River. 

    The all-day field trip was geared toward
  • Students honored at Solo and Ensemble
    Phelps High School music students, under the direction of teacher Lisa Duquaine, recent­ly competed at the Solo and Ensemble competition in Crandon. Results were: Class A first place, bound for state competi­tion, Madisen Hassell, vocal solo; second place, Raeanna Perlewitz, vocal solo; and MacKenzie Vold, vocal solo; Class B first place, Charity Suri, vocal solo; Charity Suri and
  • State forensics
    The Phelps Knights Forensics Team, including six students under coach Ann Pickart, recently competed individually in the forensics Regional competition at Lakeland Union High School. Advancing to the State competition April 12 in Madison are, from left, MacKenzie Vold, Michael Sampolinski and Kaiya Epperson. Sampolinski earned the highest score in the
  • The Community Blood Center will hold a Phelps community blood drive Thursday, March 21, from 2 to 6 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, located at 4494 Town Hall Road.
    Blood donors must be
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