Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Welcome Back!

Photos From The First Week Of The 2015-16 School Year

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Necedah High School Holds Commencement Ceremony

Necedah High School's class of 2015.  -photo by Carney Lentz
See more photos here.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Necedah High School Holds Awards Ceremony

Deneille Lessard, left, was announced as the class of 2015
salutatorian while Loralee Arbanas, right, has the honor
of being this year's valedictorian.  -photo by Carney Lentz
Many students were recognized for a wide range of
accomplishments including perfect attendance
WIAA Scholar Athlete, and American Legion patriotism
awards.  -photo by Carney Lentz
You can find more pictures from the event here.

Necedah Graduation To Be Held Saturday, May 23 At 10:00am

Today was just for practice; tomorrow is the real deal with
caps, gowns, and diplomas.  -photo by Carney Lentz

Some seniors chose unconventional modes of transport to get
to graduation practice this morning.  Conrad Wandler, for example,
rode his horse to school.  -photo by Carney Lentz

Friday, May 15, 2015

Alek Hadley Memorial Dedicated at Necedah High School

Alek Hadley's family and friends gathered at
Necedah High School to take part in the dedication
of a red maple tree in memory of Alek.
-photo by Carney Lentz
by Carney Lentz

On Thursday, May 14 the Necedah High School community gathered with family and friends of Alek Hadley to dedicate a memorial in her honor.

A red maple tree has been planted and a brick indicating that the tree was planted in her honor will be added.

Several people spoke about Alek at the ceremony that was organized by her classmates.  Helena Teumer (friend of Alek's) and Kammy Quinnell (school nurse) spoke of their memories of Alek and Alannah Daniels (Alek's friend) read a poem titled "Plant a Tree."

The high school choir, lead by Cheryl Jackson also performed the song "Wings."

Alek Hadley passed away on September 20, 2014 as a result of cystic fibrosis.

You can see more pictures of the event here  (additional photography by Carney Lentz, Ashley Pochowski, and Amber Zander).