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Nikolay Middle School language arts teacher Sarah Singsime began cleaning out her classroom for the summer recently. The space was frozen in time, she said.

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Local community members participated in programming through the Cambridge Community Activities Program (CAP) about 81,900 times in 2019.

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The Cambridge School District will move ahead with some form of summer school, either virtual or in-person.

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The Deerfield School District is surveying families of seniors about their preferences on graduation ceremonies. The district is weighing how to celebrate with seniors, given the state-mandated school closure that runs through June 30.

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Incoming middle-high school principal, Brett Jacobson, says he was drawn to the Deerfield School District for its size and environment.

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Families can apply to enroll children in any public school in Wisconsin for the 2020-21 school year, through the Wisconsin Public School Open Enrollment program. The open enrollment period has been extended, and ends on May 29 at 4 p.m. Parents must apply online to the Department of Public I…

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Editor's note: An earlier version of this story reported that four students were admitted to Koshkonong Trails school in grades nine and ten. No students were accepted in those grades, but four students were added to the waitlist for those grades. The error has been corrected in the online v…

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Adam Krueger, a graduate of the Cambridge High School class of 2016 and recipient of the Herb Kohl Academic Scholarship, will graduate Summa Cum Laude (Top Cum Laude Distinction- 4.0) in May from Michigan Technological University with a bachelor of science in physics with a minor in mathemat…

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In a round-robin of shifting, all five Cambridge School Board members that ran in the April 7 election have received seats on the board.

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The following is a list of Deerfield High School students who have been named to the honor roll for the third quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. In order to be named to the honor roll, students must have achieved a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.499 for the quarter. To be named to the hi…

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Cambridge and Deerfield school officials said they’re waiting to see how COVID-19 and related bans on public gatherings progress in coming weeks before cancelling or postponing in-person June graduation ceremonies.

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The Deerfield School District is offering free grab-and-go meals for any students age 18 and under who live in the district. Meals can be picked up at a drive-through station at Deerfield Elementary School, 340 W. Quarry St., from 11-11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. These meals are free. De…

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A week after continued learning began in Deerfield, the School Board approved a pass/fail grading system and weighed its graduation requirements.

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The Deerfield School District is offering free grab-and-go meals for any students age 18 and under who live in the district. Meals can be picked up at a drive-through station at Deerfield Elementary School, 340 W. Quarry St., from 11-11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. These meals are free. De…