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Possible closing of schools causes nostalgia

Possible closing of schools causes nostalgia

Libby Sigwarth, Reporter

October 7, 2019

  Change is inevitable in this world, and now, with the changing tides in Holy Family education, the administration is discussing new options for the future of the elementary schools’ success. On Sept. 3, the Holy Family Board of Education announced some of the proposals they are considerin...

64 Banners and Counting

64 Banners and Counting

Maddie Roling, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Anytime you are in the gym, you may notice the many state title banners lined up neatly across the wall. Whether you are a student walking through the gym during a passing period or an alumnus attending mass, the banners are difficult to miss. They are a reminder to former, current and future Eagles of  ...

After Districts, Bowling Teams look to Future

Jack Doyle, Reporter

February 14, 2018

  This past Tuesday, both the men’s and women’s bowling teams competed in the district bowling meet at Cherry Lanes. The Golden Eagles had very tough competition within their district with winning teams from West Delaware (men’s) and Camanche (women’s) being legit state title contend...

Catholic Schools Week Themes

Maddie Roling, Reporter

January 28, 2018

As we enter Catholic Schools Week, we not only remember what it means to walk the halls of Wahlert, but we come together and celebrate. On  Monday, we kick off the week with comfy day, and donuts will be for sale  before first hour by the junior class. Just a friendly reminder that students may w...

News about net neutrality

Dalton Avenarius, Reporter

January 11, 2018

Net neutrality is the rule that internet or web services are required to allow access to all websites and apps. With the removal of net neutrality, internet providers and cell phone carriers can charge additional fees to access certain websites and apps. They can also change the speed of an in...

Boys’ basketball clinch third straight state tournament appearance with win over Waverly-Shell Rock

Boys' basketball clinch third straight state tournament appearance with win over Waverly-Shell Rock

Ben Meyer, Sports Editor

March 1, 2016

The Eagles know they have a huge target on their backs with two consecutive state championships. And with a shot for their third consecutive state tournament appearance and 3-peat on the line Tuesday night, they knew Waverly-Shell Rock would come ready to play. “We always know we are going to get everyone’s...

Ott twins win State doubles championship

June 24, 2014

Caroline and Elizabeth Ott won the State doubles championship in tennis. Courtney Schneider finished fourth in the state singles competition. Kathryn Hendricks and Audrey Hinz also competed in the state doubles competition.

Wahlert basketball receives multiple MVC awards

March 7, 2014

The following members of the men's basketball team received the following MVC All-Conference Awards for the Valley Division: Coach of the Year: Tom English Athlete of the Year: Cordell Pemsl First Team: Cordell Pemsl, Josh Carter Second Team: Jared Walker, Nolan Timp Honorable Mention:...

Holy Family to face Calendar Changes

Madison Gehling, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2014

Many changes to the Holy Family system calendar could be implemented next year, on top of the individual schedule changes taking place at Wahlert.   Early in February, the Dubuque Community School Board approved a motion to change the system calendar—adding one hour late arrivals to Fridays and removing early dismissal in­ service days. However, Holy Family Catholic Schools has developed a proposed calendar that differs from the Dubuque Community calendar .   “Once the calendar was passed, we began hearing concerns particularly from elementary parents...

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