Art show’s theme was inspired by 1937 Munich exhibit
By Jessica Steger, Editor in Chief
This year’s art show, Forbidden Art of the Nazi Era, is celebrating what German Nazis had once deemed degenerate.
The art show is 4-7 p.m. Wednesday in the Silver Lining Performing Arts Center atrium. Art and written work from local students will be on display. Students of West Bend High Schools will be able to tour the gallery during the day with their classes. Continue reading
WBHS takes steps to combat vermin after mice sightings
By Kaitlyn Von Behren and Gabrielle Diaz, Current Staff
The East Library has a new mascot: The Sun, a small mouse often seen scurrying for a crumb or in between book aisles.
Mice have been seen roaming the West Bend High Schools since early August, most commonly found in the West science area, the East Library and the Nifty Nibble, which is the student-run campus restaurant. The mice are sometimes dead and sometimes alive. The most recent sighting of mouse droppings was today in the West social studies area. Continue reading
Heuer recognized by Wisconsin Restaurant Association
By Beth Williams, Current Staff
For family and consumer science educator Sally Heuer, the night of October 25 is bound to be delicious.
On that night, Heuer will receive the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Teacher of the Year award for her work in the hospitality industry. She is specifically being recognized for bringing the ProStart Program, a nationally-recognized industry-driven curriculum, to the West Bend high schools. Heuer is one of two recipients being recognized for the award this year at the Wisconsin Restaurant Association’s Celebration of Excellence. Continue reading
Student fundraisers struggle under new federal restrictions
By Kayla Furlano, Current Staff
Students craving Nifty Nibble cookies must wait until second semester to satisfy their sweet tooth. Continue reading
Model UN adviser Mark Drake and West junior Emily Wagner stand with boxes overflowing with donated children’s books.
By Miranda Paikowski, Current Staff
As a West social studies teacher, Mark Drake often finds himself buried in books. Just not thousands of them.