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2 St. Paul, 233
22 May Happy 208h Birthday. Richard Wagner

What's Next?
In 15 Days, It's Up to Them

Save the date!  YIHS Graduation will take place on Sunday, June 6th in rural Vernon County, and while there will be a few COVID-related recommendations and requests, there won't be any attendance restrictions!  Bring whoever you want (as long as they don't have COVID).

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Check your wiki!
Greg & Julia's Calendar Corner


Potluck of Ideas

Last Day of School


Change is Coming


YIHS Picnic of Ideas

YIHS Merch is Back with Fresh(er) Designs

EVERYBODY wins when you buy a t-shirt or hoodie, designed and printed by YIHS senior Sebastian Danneil and his intrepid team of garment workers!  All proceeds go to YIHS, Sebastian's senior project becomes a success, you look cool, and the general public doesn't have to see your nipples anymore!  Start winning! Start shopping!

Start Winning! Start Shopping!

We're Getting Serious, Don't Make Us Release the Hounds

It's time to look forward to the 21-22 school year!  Pledge season is upon us.  Please sign up for a pledge meeting today!  We've added fresh new dates for your convenience!

Click here to schedule a pledge meeting today!

Breaking News!
The Textile Design intensive class needs your newspapers! Please leave your donations in the labeled box in the doorway at the bottom of the stairs in the Northern entry of the Landmark Center (you don't even have to walk up the stairs!) Thank you!

Youther of the Week

Mila Lovecky
YIHS Class of 2021

Favorite Micron Size: This One
Favorite Big Cat: This One
Favorite Illustrator: This One
Poem of the Week

from Nibelungenlied
Traditional German Epic

There once grew up in Burgundy
a maid of noble birth
nor might there be a fairer
than she in all the earth

Kriemhild hight the maiden
and grew a dame full fair
through whom high thanes a many
to lose their lives soon doomed were

Thank You

for their donation of cow eyeballs and digestive tracts:
Von Ruden Meats
For trout and rockfish for dissection:
Ethan Schandelmeier & Viroqua Food Coop
For driving and dissection:
Rory O'Halloren

Teacher of the Month

Shaw Nerika
Art, Music, and Much, Much More

An organization Shawn would like to highlight this month: This One
A food that Erika would like to highlight this month: This One 
An artist that Shawn & Erika agreed to highlight this month: This One
Fictional Human of the Week:

Lives in Nibelungenlied by ?

Click the image to learn more about Gunther

Anthropological Survey of the Week

Which of these individuals has had the greatest effect on our daily lives:

Genghis Khan

Ferndinand Magellan

Leonardo da Vinci

Last week's survey: 
Favorite Microschool Location?
Rooted Spoon - 30%
The Depot - 40%
Masonic Temple - 20%
Tobacco Warehouse Basement -  10%

Community Corner

This week at Thoreau’s Garden, greet planting season by exploring our four fully operational and filled greenhouses! We have everything from annuals and perennials, to vegetable and herbs starts as well as affordable cut flower arrangements. We hope to see you in the shop this week and are happy to help you with your spring gardening needs. 

Viroqua Area Folks OG

Lunchbox Express

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