grade, Isabella Kaiser, sixth grade, ….
grade, Isabella Kaiser, sixth grade, Katelyn VanDerLeest, third grade, Madilyn Wendtland, eighth grade.
High Honors (3.50 - 3.99)
Elizabeth Bergs, fourth grade, Rosalyn Bergs, seventh grade, Brody Burke,eighth grade, Rachel Burke, sixth grade, Isla Conway, third grade, William Hackel, eighth grade, Abbigail Halama, fifth grade, Isaac Halama, eighth grade, Amelia Kaiser, third grade, Madelyn Jacobs, fifth grade, Eli Lepak, sixth grade, AliMae Martin, third grade, Cecilia Mills, fourth grade, Daisy Pospyhalla, fourth grade, Elliana Wendtland, fourth grade, Lily Wozny, third grade, Norah Wozny, sixth grade.
Honors (3.00 - 3.49)
Skye Pospyhalla, seventh grade, Ty Schnelle, eighth grade, Siara Schroeder, fifth grade, Spencer Wendtland, fifth grade and Alexander Woller, fifth grade.
A 4K-grade 12 coin drive at Edgar Public Schools has netted $1,816.32 that will be used to purchase Christmas gifts for local children. The project was spearheaded by the Edgar Middle School Student Council and the Edgar High School National Honor Society.
The Edgar Public School kitchen staff will hold its fifth annual food drive to feed families in the Edgar community.
Students are encouraged to bring food items and place them in a box in the school cafeteria. Highly recommended donations include cereal, Pop-Tarts, oatmeal, after school snacks, granola bars, crackers, dinner items, Manwich, spaghetti sauce and noodles.
The Edgar Public School kitchen staff plan to assemble a dozen food baskets for local families. The staff will donate turkey roasts to families in need.
Edgar Public Schools has announced new December hours for community use of its wellness center.
The facility will be open Monday through Saturday. The Monday through Friday community use hours are 4-5 a.m. (with everyone out by 5:45 a.m.) and 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. (with everyone out by 9:30 p.m.). Saturday community use hours are 6 a.m. to noon (with everyone out by 12:30 a.m.).
The wellness center will be open on Thursday, Dec. 24, and New Year’s Day from 6 a.m. until noon.
The Marathon County Public Library is currently taking registration for Book Babies that will be offered every Monday morning starting in January 2021. The program offers stories and more for little ones under age two and time for parents and caregivers to socialize.
Unlike the virtual story times, Book Babies will be conducted through Go-ToMeeting and will be interactive. Songs and rhymes will be geared towards little ones under the age of two with a caregiver. Leaders will read books, sing nursery rhymes, and more for about 20 minutes. Afterward, there will be time for caregivers and babies to see and speak with each other.
These weekly events are free to attend. Go to https://www.mcpl.us/ events/10286#event-10286 to register for Book Babies.
Santa for Seniors
Edgar Elementary School hopes to present residents in local assisted living housing with a wrapped gift for Christmas as part of a Santas for Seniors program. This gift is in lieu of an in-person visit during the COVID- 19 outbreak.
Elementary school classrooms will be collecting gifts for the seniors. Possible gift ideas include large print books, crossword puzzle books, puzzles, body soap, shampoo, playing cards, board games, dish towels, blankets, socks, picture frames, writing and art supplies, magazines.
St. Johns the Baptist Catholic Church, Edgar, has announced it will hold extra Christmas Masses at the church and at a sister parish Holy Family Catholic Church, Poniatowski. The Christmas Eve Masses will be held at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. at St. Johns and at 8 p.m. at Holy Family. Christmas Day Masses will be held at 9 a.m. at St. Johns and 10:30 a.m. at Holy Family.
The extra Masses are to accommodate social distancing at the two churches due to the COVID-19 pandemic.