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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood. Ml — Education Wednesday, Sept. 16,1998 Page 6 Spotlight Student of the Week Brianne Rowe Junior Hurley High School Bri, a third-year cross country team member, narrowly missed competing at state as a sophomore. Her hard work and dedication lead other athletes to look to her for encouragement. She is also a track member, and her enthusiasm as a varsity football cheerleader is infectious. Besides all her' athletic accomplishments, Bri was inducted into the National Honor Society last spring. Bri is the daughter of Kevin and Jane Rowe. For more Information about The Daily Globe's Spotlight Student, cafl Pam Davenport at 932-2211. Local students experience Germany, Austria firsthand School events By PAMELA DAVENPORT Globe Staff Writer BESSEMER — Travel abroad, a dream for many adults, became reality for three local students who were able to tour Germany and Austria in June. Tim Stella and Kristin Cebols- ki.from A.D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and Cindie Janssen, Wakefield High School, traveled to Germany and Austria with Tracy Rowe, German teacher at ADJ, and her mother, Mary Halstead, in June. The 10-day trip, sponsored by EF Educational Tours, included visits to Rothenburg, Munich, Vienna, Salzburg and Heidelburg. The group also went to Dachau, a World War II concentration camp, just 15 miles north of Munich, and the Melk Monastery, which is in Austria, about 50 miles east of the German border. The group also went to a school Sitting in front of the Hun- dertwasserhaus in Vienna, Austria, are Tracy Rowe, Tim Stella, Cindie Janssen and Kristin Ceboiski. Rowe teaches German at A.D. Johnston High School, Bessemer. Janssen, a student at Wakefield High School, took studied German from Rowe over the distance learning network. for children, where one of its recent graduates led a tour, Rowe said. "There was lots of architecture and history." Seagrotte, an underground gypsum mine which is now an underground man-made lake, was another destination. .The group hiked underground to the lake, then rode on a boat that was used in the filming a recent movie about the "Three Musketeers." Seagrotte is located in Austria's Vienna Woods. A scenic boat ride on the Necfcar River took them from Heidelburg upriver to Dilsberg in Germany. Besides experiencing all the sights and sounds of foreign countries, making new friends was high on the students' list of favorable comments about their trip. German food was a close second. Ceboiski said she liked "meeting all the new people on the tour H om other states and making friends and touring the differed cities." Stella liked "making n.any new friends, listening to German music and eating German food. Janssen was Rowe's student through the distance learning network using interactive television. She said she liked 'making friends with all the kids from Georgia and Indiana, seeing all the beautiful sites, drinking Fanta (a German soft drink) and eating lots of ice cream." Ironwood Luther L. Wright 1 Friday: Homecoming '98. Wednesday: Picture Day. Newport Thursday: PTO meeting, 6 p.m. in the library. Norrie Wednesday: Back To School Night and annual school improvement meeting, 6:30 p.m., school gym. Sleight Tuesday: Open house, 6:30 p.m. Hurley Friday: Field trip to school forest, Donna Bessen's third grade with the high school ecology class. Bessemer A.D. Johnston Tuesday: Inhalant seminar, grades 5-8. Washington Today: Home-School open house, 7 p.m. for grades 3-4. Wednesday: Picture Day; Home School open house, 7 p.m. for grades 5-6. St. Sebastian Friday: Eighth 8:20 a.m. grade Mass, Wakefield Wakefield High School Friday: Dance sponsored by junior clasa, 8 to 11 p.m. in the gym. Wednesday: College Day at Gogebic Community College; "Drug-free Schools" assembly, 8 a.m. for grades 7-8, 9:15 a.m., grades 5-6. Marenisco Wednesday: College Day; Inhalant Assembly, 10:30 a.m., grades 5-8. White Pine Today: Open swimming, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: College Day at Gogebic Community College for seniors; open swimming, 6:30 p.m. Ontonagon Thursday: School pictures, grades 7-11. Mellen Wednesday: Sophomores order class rings. Ewen grad returns with tips for budding authors Editor's note: If you would like your school activity listed in this column, contact Pam Davenport at 932-2211 by noon Tuesday. EWEN — Children's literature author, Shirley Neitzel, will visit the Ewen-Trout Creek School Friday to present her program to various age groups in the new K-12 school. Neitzel taught third grade in the Caledonia Community Schools for many years. During that time, she practiced writing along with her students. She is a charter member of Peninsula Writers, a professional organization whose mission is to promote standards of excellence for writing and the teaching of writing. She currently serves as its writing project coordinator. Neitzel is also a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. In addition to writing children's books, she has been published in various children-'s magazines, including Ladybug, Spider, Humpty Dump- ty, Child Life and Guide. She ia a graduate of Ewen High School and lives in Grand Rapids with her husband Eric. ONE PHONE CALL •nd you *w«k« a SELLING GIANT Call ClM«m«d 932-2211 NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION Every week hundreds of copies of the Daily Globe are provided to area classrooms as part of a program to encourage reading and participation in local community activities and affairs. This project is only possible through a partnership between the newspaper, local businesses and concerned individuals. Teachers: Classroom bundles of the Daily Globe can be ordered at no cost to you or your school by, calling the circulation department at (906T 932-2211 or 1-800-236-2887. Teacher lesson plans for The Mini Page and other materials are also available on request. Sponsors: We appreciate your assistance as partners in the Newspapers in Education program. Your sponsorship allows local school districts to use the newspaper as an educational tool in the classroom that helps stimulate student interest in reading, community events and encourages citizenship. ERO NASI CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. ESTAB. 1M« COMMEHClAL-flESIDEHTlAL CONTRACTORS H.R.I BOX 32 HIGHWAY 2 HURLEY, WISCONSIN S4534-B7S4 (715)541-4221 (715) 561-4251 FAX Ironwood Hurley BOB ZELL SIDING & CONSTRUCTION, INC. SIDING-REMODELING-METAL ROOFS VINYL WINDOWS -RUBBER ROOF SYSTEMS 2-N751 Riverside Dr. Hrty. Wl-715 561-3072 JACQUART Fabric Products 1238 Wall Street Ironwood Industrial Park 932-1339 KEWEENAW LAND ASSOCIATION, LTD. 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