Grades will move from Powerschool to new app

Alli Heckert, Reporter

May 29, 2019

  Along with hundreds of schools and colleges nationwide, D.C. Everest schools will be switching online grading platforms in the upcoming school year. The transition from Powerschool Learning to Canvas Learning Management S...

Scholarships for summer enrichment programs

Breanna Narlock, Editor

May 17, 2019

  Students recently had the opportunity to receive funding for academic activities over the summer.   Students had the opportunity to apply for funding for an activity/camp to participate in over the summer. The committe...

Summer school gets makeover, hopes for high attendance

Jameson Morgan, Reporter

May 17, 2019

 No longer will summer school will be credit remediation and drudgery. A whole new facelift has been provided with new classes this summer. This rebranding has included new T-Shirts and an infusion of positive energy.    ...

Census Bureau searching for student employees

Alli Heckert, Reporter

May 17, 2019

  The United States government will start collecting responses for the 2020 Census this summer, and they are recruiting Marathon County locals to help with the process.   Those above the age of 18, may apply; however there is a lo...

Herb kohl teaching fellowship awards everest educators

Claire Gelhaus, Editor

April 18, 2019

  Two D.C. Everest educators were recently selected for the Herb Kohl Teacher Fellowship Award for teaching excellence and innovation in the state of Wisconsin.   Mr. Matt Cepress and Mrs. Dawn Bohm are both English teachers ...

Mock trial heads to state competition

Morgan Koehler, Reporter

April 2, 2019

 The D.C. Everest Senior High Mock Trial team is going to state again this year.    On March eighth through 10th, the DCE mock trial team competed in the state competition which took place in Madison.    Every ...

Facebook privacy reviewed for safety

Jameson Morgan, Reporter

March 21, 2019

For some time now people have been worried about how to consume data safely. Facebook especially has been in the nation’s conscience with all the congressional hearings and the public outcry over Russian meddling in the 2016 el...

Measles outbreak, rise of Anti-Vaxxers

Heather Voll, Editor

March 19, 2019

 Recently, the West coast of the United States has experienced an outbreak of the measles, an illness preventable by vaccine. The number of who choose not to vaccinate their children has been on the rise, due to some parents b...