WJON's All-Star Student of the Week once again comes from the ProStart Culinary Program at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School. Madelaine Virchow has decided to pursue a career in culinary and hospitality. She was a member of the second place state culinary team last year. As a senior she hopes to make it to nationals.
WJON's All-Star Student is kick starting her career of owning her own restaurant by participating in the culinary program at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School. Madison Waseca is the captain of the management team, and was a member of last years' second place state culinary team. She says her experience here is helping set her up for the future.
Sauk Rapids-Rice seniors were my guests on this week's version of "Kids Speak". I asked seniors about current events, plans after high school, social activities, what is a cell for used for. Hear the responses below.
WJON's "Kids Speak" program featured Jay Caldwell talking to Sauk Rapids-Rice freshmen this week. The freshmen talked about their hopes and dreams, answered some current events and touched on what they learned from their parents.
The Sauk Rapids-Rice Athletic/Activities Director Tom Conzemius has submitted an intent to retire on June 30, 2013 or at the end of this school year. The 59-year old Conzemius is in his 9th year at Athletic/Activities Director at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School.
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