The five types of bullying were identified and discussed at a US Army-sponsored clinic. The students also had the opportunity to complete fitness and strength challenges. All students who completed the challenge or were willing to try the challenge won a prize.
Attending the 50th annual Youth Leadership Congress were, left to right, Derek Blaken, Beth Pfaff, Stephanie Pipkin and John Ramsey. These students were sponsored by Jackson Electric Cooperative at the three-day cooperative leadership workshop held at the UW-River Falls campus.
First Voter Kate Hegna clutches her APUSH textbook at the entrance to the Manchester Town Hall, her polling place on April 1. Hegna won the first annual First Voter photo contest held by the social studies department. Congratulations, Kate!
Black River Falls HS is located at 1200 Pierce Street in Black River Falls, Wisconsin.
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Falls History Project
Since 2000 we have been exploring and documenting the history of our region with the goal of establishing a research archive for future students and community members. We have compiled more than 600 pages of material through our annual projects, including 42 interviews with local residents on a variety of topics. Read more...
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