Photo Contest Gallery Photo Contest Gallery Qualifying entries… “THE BEST OF DISTRICT 742” Entries for the 1st Qtr 2020 Title: STATE Photo by: Sara LaudenbachNorth Junior High All of the North Robotics Students that made it to State.Title: Dancing Machine Photo by: Sara LaudenbachNorth Junior High Students dancing to the song "YMCA" at a tournament.Title: Stronger together, Eagles SOAR! Photo by: Nancy MellerApollo High School Two boy’s basketball players during player introductions. (Mike G. and Wahab A.) Entries for the 4th Qtr 2019 4th Qtr WINNER Trek to Tech Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School The Tech CC team prepares to carry the torch in a 7 mile run from the Old Tech to the New.Title: NHS enjoys the snow! Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School NHS students during a sledding activity.Title: NHS Blood Drive Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School A student gives the ultimate gift during the Tech NHS Blood Drive in the fall of 2019.Title: We Scare Hunger Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School NHS Students got into costume to collect food for local food shelves.Title: Bells! Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School NHS students enjoy time together during the Salvation Army bell-ringing event this holiday season.Title: Food Collection Photo by: Beth FenstadTechnical High School NHS students "bring in the load" for the local food shelf during the NHS Halloween food drive.Title: Spreading Happiness Photo by: Gail HoffmannTechnical High School The students in this picture are part of the Work Options Program at Tech High School, a program that was developed for students who do not follow a traditional career path after high school. This program provides alternative “Work Options” for learning job skills and becoming employable. In this photo the students are making gifts they can give to teachers and staff to show them how much they are appreciated. We call them “Joy Bombs,” which is our way of spreading happiness.Title: Taking the plunge Photo by: Rebecca J MarohlTechnical High School I was taking a picture of my students while they were swimming for Adaptive Phy-ed. Before one of the students jumped off the diving board, I snapped this one of "getting ready to take the plunge."Title: Life is great! Photo by: Rebecca J MarohlTechnical High School This photo is a student of mine from Journey, that comes over to Tech once per week to join in on swimming for adaptive phy-ed. His favorite thing to do each week is jumping off the diving board over and over. He is so excited each time he walks to the edge of the board, bounce 3-4 times, leaps as high as he can, claps his hands, and lets out a happy squeal. He swims to the side of the pool, gets out, and does it over again.Title: Apollo Swimming Photo by: Elise MorrelApollo High School This is the picture of our 4 girls who placed 8th at Sections in the 200 Free Relay. The athletes are (back, L to R) Elizabeth Weitzel, Bethany Knopp, (front, L to R) Tyra Thompson, and Caylan Guse.Title: Building a Legacy Photo by: Rebecca J MarohlTechnical High School This was taken at Clark Field after a 5-6 grade football game. Coach Jon Benson was talking to the team after their win. He was there that Saturday with some of his players from the Varsity team. Entries for the 3rd Qtr 2019 3rd Qtr WINNER Colors of South Photo by: Kaitlyn FrenchickSouth Junior High Photo taking @ South Tiger Walk-A-ThonPrincipal Pride Photo by: Alicia FischerApollo High School Principal Alicia Fischer shows her love for her students at the Homecoming kick off pep fest. Paddling on Lake Sagatagan Photo by: Kara CassenKennedy Community School Sixth graders from Kennedy went on a field trip to St. John's University where they learned about teamwork and how to canoe with Wilderness Inquiry. Entries for the 2nd Qtr 2019 2nd Qtr WINNER Title: Final Hug Photo by: Sara BoleynKennedy Community School Ofelia (5th grade) gives her Orchestra teacher, Aurora Adamson, a final hug to celebrate a successful year and concert.Title: Juntos Somos Fuertes - Together We Are Strong Photo by: Marita SchmitzClearview Spanish Immersion On National Bully Prevention day, Clearview Spanish Immersion Kindergarten students wear orange to support friendship and promote our school's PBIS expectations: Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible. In the photo, students are working together to make a classroom paper chain. The chain represents the strength of our classroom community and how important each member is to our success as a whole!Title: Career Networking on the Helipad Photo by: Jen DoomTechnical High School This group of Tech HOSA: Future Health Professionals received a tour of North Memorial Hospital – including the helipad – during the Fall Leadership Conference.Title: Tech HOSA Attends International Leadership Conference Photo by: Jen DoomTechnical High School These Tech students qualified to participate in the Health Occupations Students of America International Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida in June. They competed in events, attended leadership sessions and educational symposiums, and networked with students, advisors, and healthcare professionals from around the world.Title: Tech SADD – Mock Crash Photo by: Jen DoomTechnical High School This photo was taken after the Mock Crash at Tech HS on May 22nd. The Mock Crash was coordinated by members of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), which recently re-formed at Tech. Due to weather, the outside portion of the crash had to be canceled, but the presentations still happened in the gym. Several guest speakers spoke to the students about the dangers of distracted driving. Two SADD members (front row) acted as victims of a crash that were injured due to distracted driving. The next day, SADD members distributed Cellslips to students at Tech who were willing to sign a Distracted Driving Pledge. This was a great example of community partnerships and having to be flexible and resilient when something doesn't always go according to plan!Title: Gabriel's 1st 100 Fly Photo by: Alexandra BadgerApollo High School Gabriel was a Senior on our swim team who also happened to be on the autism spectrum. He worked extremely hard to learn how to do the 100 Butterfly, one of the the sport's most challenging events. We are also proud to state that Gabriel was recognized as part of the all-area swim 2019 team.Title: Never Give Up Photo by: Alexandra BadgerApollo High School This photo does a better job at describing the incredible teamwork of the Apollo Swim and Dive Team than words ever could. During flu season, we were short on athletes for one of our dual meets so our diving team stepped in to compete in some of the swimmers' events. Exhausted and ready to give up, our diver had his teammates at the wall every time cheering him on.Title: Fly Like an Eagle Photo by: Alexandra BadgerApollo High School When asked, all of Sakariye's teammates and coaches will tell you about his quiet grit, determination, and work ethic. Those all paid off this last year as he began competing in varsity events for the first time.