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Schroeder Named 2016 Scholar Athlete Leadership Award Winner

ST. PAUL, Minn.-- Senior Annalise Schroeder (Readfield, Wis./New London) has been selected as the female winner of the 2016 UMAC Scholar-Athlete Leadership Award, the conference office announced Wednesday. She joins her male counterpart, Louis Corcoran of Northland College (Ashland, Wis.), as winners of this outstanding honor. Schroeder is a 2012 New London graduate. Click here for the full story. 

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Class of 1974 60th Reunion

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Forensics moving on to Nationals

Select students from the NLHS Forensics Team competed at the GBCFL National Qualifying Tournament at Little Chute High School.  The following students have qualified to represent New London High School and all of northern Wisconsin at the Grand National Tournament over Memorial Day weekend in Sacramento, California:
Logan Sommer & Dorea Lauer - Duo Interpretation
Emelia Roberts - Oratorical Declamation
Callie Dorsey - Student Congressional Debate
Isaiah Doran & Liam Fitzgerald - 1st alternates in Duo Interpretation
Isaiah Doran - 2nd alternate in Dramatic Performance
What a great honor, these students have worked so hard this season for this achievement. We also need to congratulate coaches Mariah Ervin and Joanna Ledgerwood.  They spend countless hours preparing our students to be successful in and out of forensics.  
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