Hodag Pride: We’re open to the community
The School District of Rhinelander invites you to join us at the Aspirus Community Fitness Center and the Heck Family Community Pool. The District has entered into an agreement with the YMCA of the Northwoods to manage both areas. The Y will have fitness staff oversee the Aspirus Fitness Center and certified lifeguards at the Heck Family Community Pool.
The entrance for the Aspirus Fitness Center and the Heck Family Community Pool is Door #19 at Rhinelander High School. This entrance is located on the east side of the building (facing the practice football field). All visitors must register at the main desk, located in the Aspirus Fitness Center.
The monthly fee for the Aspirus Fitness Center and the Heck Family Community Pool is $15 for an individual and $25 for a family. Punch cards are also available for $3 per person per visit. Children between the ages of 12 and 17 may use the facility free of charge.
The first weekend of each month during the school year, the District will offer a “free weekend.” During these weekends, the public is invited to use the Aspirus Fitness Center and the Heck Family Community Pool free of charge. All visitors are required to register at the main desk. Registered visitors will have use of the men’s and women’s locker rooms. Everyone over the age of 12 is welcome. All visitors will participate in a fitness orientation, and guests ages 12 to 17 will need parental consent.
For hours and additional information, visit rhinelander.k12.wi.us.
We are currently accepting registrations for Summer School. You might be surprised to learn that Summer School is very fun and educational. This year’s class offerings have been expanded to include such classes as Rockin Rockets, the Secrets of Science, Digital Media, Geo Mapping, Read S’more Books and Elementary Spanish (to name just a few). All children in Pre-K through 5th grades are welcome to participate. For more information, call Crescent Elementary at (715) 365-9120 or Pelican Elementary at (715) 365-9160.
We invite you to explore the School District of Rhinelander! We know that you have many choices for your child’s education-and we believe we offer many reasons to choose the School District of Rhinelander. The Open Enrollment process is available now through Monday, April 30, at 4 p.m.
Why choose the School District of Rhinelander? We have excellent faculty and specialized support staff, updated buildings ready for the 21st Century, and we are focused on the needs of every student. We offer 4K programming at Crescent and Pelican elementary schools. Our elementary schools, Crescent, Northwoods Community Elementary (charter) School and Pelican, offer small classes sizes. We guarantee a maximum of 18 students in grades K through 3.
Central School (grades 4 and 5), James Williams Middle School (grades 6 through 8) and Northwoods Community Secondary (charter) School (grades 6 through 12) have implemented the Caring School Community, where we are Helping Others Develop Assets to Grow and Succeed (HODAGS). The Caring School Community principles include respectful, supportive relationships among students, teachers and families, and frequent opportunities to help and collaborate with others.
Rhinelander High School offers college readiness programs, advanced placement classes and strong connections with Nicolet College, providing a seamless transition from high school to a post secondary education.
Our partnerships with local businesses and manufacturers provide abundant learning experiences and career opportunities for all District students.
CAVOC (Cedric A. Vig Outdoor Classroom) provides hands-on, outdoor learning experiences that help students acquire the awareness, knowledge, skills and commitment to become responsible people of their natural environment.
Hodag Tracks virtual learning program provides students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 flexible scheduling, curriculum choices and individual attention from our Wisconsin certified teachers.
Students enrolled with the School District of Rhinelander have access to our wide variety of extracurricular activities, state of the art technology, student success plans, and modern methods of instruction. We are ready to welcome you and help you succeed! For detailed information on Open Enrollment, visit rhinelander.k12.wi.us, and click on the Open Enrollment link on the right side. You may also contact our school principals or Roger Erdahl, Superintendent of Schools, at (715) 365-9700.
Each Wednesday morning, we send an e-newsletter to more than 3,400 area residents and businesses to share community events, family activities and general news of what is happening within the School District of Rhinelander. If you would like to receive the Hodag Pride e-newsletter, email me at email@example.com
As we reach the end of our Spring Break, I hope that you and your family enjoy this weekend, and I look forward to welcoming students and staff back on Tuesday, April 10.
Kim Swisher is available by calling (715) 365-9700, ext. 5701, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.