Not Just an Artist

The Artist of the Month for February was Maddie Korbas.  Maddie is one of the most dedicated artists in Wabeno.  Her art is inspired by emotions that she feels and experiences. Maddie’s favorite type of media is acrylic paint, which she has done many pieces with. When asked about what she likes about art Maddie…

Senior Spotlight – Cooper

Cooper Chrisman is known in this school for being the big basketball star.  He did not get this label on accident. Leading the team for 4 years straight and bringing home 3 undefeated conference championships is a pretty huge accomplishment. But, how does he do it? When Cooper was asked to tell us what made…

The Man Behind the Scenes

Many of you know Mr.Taylor is the Wabeno High School principal, but you don’t really know what motivates him.   Mr.Taylor started out in the Wabeno School District as a teacher.  He knew how to make class fun while still getting the most out of his students, which is one reasons why he was one…

Unique Ability

Not everyone is gifted with artistic ability. However, Mr.Keller did point out one extraordinary individual. When asked if he could pick out one Artist of the Month, there was no hesitation as Mr. Keller announced Casey Riebe. Even though Casey thinks of art as only a hobby, he does not have any plans of giving…

Alaskan Academic

This month’s teacher of the month is High School math teacher Chuck Nygard.  If you know Chuck you probably know how great of a role model he is.   Mr. Nygard was born in Tucson, Arizona where his family soon moved to Kotzebue, Alaska and finally Juno, Alaska where he grew up.  From a young…

Hailee’s Art Powers

For the month of December Mr.Keller, our district’s art teacher, has chosen Hailee Powers to be Artist of the Month. She is currently in Advanced Art and she has been involved with art since junior high. She enjoys throwing clay on the wheel. Currently she is in the process of making cups and bowls. She…

McCann the History Buff

This month’s Teacher of the Month is Mr. McCann. We had a chance to catch up with him this week and ask him a few questions. Here is what he had to say: Where did you grow up? Antigo, WI Who/What inspired you to become a teacher? I had a history teacher during my junior…