Members of the German Club and Honor Society spent the evening of January 24 at the Hunger Task Force processing donations and learning about efforts to improve nutrition for food pantry recipients. The students sorted and boxed over 18,000 pounds of food.
Asian Pacific Islander Club Service Project cooking meals for families at the Ronald McDonald House.
Student Smash Performance
Nicolet Mock Trial Team
A group of fine young Nicolet students help plant 90 wetland sedge plants in the ditch that leads from the north parking lot to the west edge of the woods.
Personal Finance students tour historic Chicago Federal Reserve and the Chicago Board of Exchange.
Nicolet student section cheering on football.
Nicolet Annual Food Drive
The Spanish 4 Honors classes are concluding a comprehensive unit on immigration to the United States from Spanish-speaking countries. As such, the Spanish 4 Honors classes invited local immigration lawyer, Thomas Hochstatter, to speak about immigration to the United States and, more specifically, Milwaukee. He especially highlighted recent developments in undocumented immigration and held three question and answer sessions completely in Spanish. It was a great way for students to end this timely study of a current issue and for the students to once again be able to connect authentic class learning to the community.
Nicolet embraces the unique talents of each student and provides rich learning opportunities and resources to prepare every student for success in their college and/or career pursuits.