Local News Briefs Saturday 6/27/15
Fond du Lac School District Superintendent Jim Sebert says they hope to be able to fill their High School Athletic Director position at the school board’s July meeting. Kevin Deering left for a position in Grafton, which was closer to family. Jim Sebert says they have a robust list of candidates for the position. He says 30 or 31 people have applied for the position. He says he’s talked to a few of them. He says the board should be able to act on a recommendation for the position at their July 13th meeting. The board will have no second meeting in the month of July.
Will Takes Seat On NFDL School Board
Melissa Will was officially sworn in as a member of the North Fond du Lac School Board this past week. Will was one of four people who applied for the vacancy created by Ryan Pelot and was appointed by the board to fill the seat earlier this month. District Superintendent Aaron Sadoff says it’s good to have her on the board. He says she works at Aurora and she graduated from area schools. He says it’s nice to have the board back to five members and they are off and running again. Will will fill the remainder of Pelot’s term, which runs to next April.
Internships Available In Congressman Grothmans Office
Congressman Glenn Grothman says there are opportunities to work in his offices as an intern. He says it’s a wonderful opportunity for someone entering college. Grothman says it’s a good way to learn about the way our government works. He says interns in his office whether it’s in Washington, D.C. or during his days in Madison in the state legislature get great experience out of it. He says he still keeps up with some of the people who served as interns. He says those who are interested should give his Fond du Lac office a call at (920) 907-0624.
Survey Says More Parents Should Monitor Their Kids Online Activities
An official with the northeast regional office of the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau says more parents need to help their kids with their first baby steps online. Susan Bach says a study by the National Cyber Security Alliance bears that out. According to the survey 74 percent of parents said they don’t monitor their children’s online activities. She says on the other hand the same survey found that 46 percent of children said they would change their online habits if their parents were paying attention. It’s suggested that parents monitor their children’s online activity especially with social media. June is Internet Safety Month.
Breakfast On The Farm Tomorrow
The Fond du Lac County Breakfast on the Farm is this Sunday at the Dan and Brenda Michels Farm in Lomira. There will be a hardy breakfast, tours of the farm, live music, a kiddie pedal tractor pull, antique farm equipment on display and much more. Shuttle bus service will be available from Equity Livestock Sales in Lomira or you can park at the farm. Hours for the breakfast are from 8 a.m. to noon.
Highway Garage Open House and Dedication Today
The public is invited to an open house and dedication ceremony for a new Fond du Lac County Highway garage in Campbellsport today. It’s located at 284 Industrial Parkway in Campbellsport. The open house is from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with a dedication program at 10:15. The new highway garage is a 17,500 square foot facility. It is powered by a solar panel. The facility also includes a 3,00 ton salt shed.