Posted by Sarah Williams-Berg on Jan 15, 2019
Rotary Student Scholarship Presented: 

Pictured from left, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Roger Rindo, Fisher, Grebe, Kollath, and Rotary Foundation President Paula Jacobs.
Proud to see where your future takes you... Oconomowoc Rotary honored OHS student Nathan Grebe at its regular Monday meeting. School staff Angela Fisher said that Grebe "was handpicked on earth to inspire others" and that he represented "courage, resiliency and hope." "We're so proud of him every day....and excited about what comes next for him." Staff Jen Kollath said that Grebe was a "friendly, smart and motivated student...He creates genuine friendships with those around him." Grebe will attend WCTC to pursue a cosmetology degree. Rotary honors students throughout the year, providing funding for continuing education.

Experiencing the real world through digital communication

Authentic learning with professional opportunities was what Capstone AP Seminar Digital Communication students described, highlighting a semester of filming, exploring, marketing, mentoring, honing speaking and presentation skills and connected with the academic, nonprofit and business worlds. OHS's creative force said they "experienced the real world," broadcasting from Marquette University, filming a walking tour for the City, producing a Chamber Foundation video, marketing materials for Ewald Automotive, working with Shorehaven residents on a catered living piece, and "showing how awesome our class is." The class has been approved to provide three communication credits toward any UW school. Bob Duffy said the students' video raised more than $3,000 for the Chamber Foundation, and "assists the City in talking to the individuals of the future." The AP class is seeking mentors and partners for next fall! Contact Mr. Krill at

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