Lovestruck Week: Couples of North

Maddie Waters, Contributor

February 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Humans of Appleton North, Recent Posts

According to senior Angeline Dannecker, it has been approximately 11,832 hours since her relationship with her best friend and boyfriend Nathan Syring. The two will be separating after graduation when Angeline heads to college and Nathan pursues a two-year mission through his church. Despite the distanc...

Cheers and Jeers Week of 1/28/18

Amara Neitzke, Social Media Editor

January 29, 2018

Filed under Cheers and Jeers, Opinion, Recent Posts

CHEERS: Global Week: Not only are you getting out of a class, but you get to learn about different cultures and people that make up Appleton North New paper towel dispensers: North revamped the paper towels, toilet paper, and soap dispensers to all be green and more environmentally friendly! Ban...

Veterans Day Schedule

Veterans Day Schedule

Noctiluca Staff

November 10, 2017

Filed under News, Recent Posts

Here is the altered schedule for Nov 11, 2017. Have a great day Appleton North! 1st 7:30 - 8:13 2nd 8:18 - 9:01 3rd 9:06 - 9:49 4th 9:54 - 10:37 5th 10:42 - 11:25 6th 11:30 - 12:13 7th 12:18 - 1:02 I/E 1:07 - 2:15 8th 2:22 - 3:05    ...

October Horoscopes

October Horoscopes

Sarah E. Fleming, Online Editor

October 12, 2017

Filed under Culture, Horoscopes, Recent Posts

Aries (March 21 – April 19) Make some time for yourself, Aries. The beginning of the school year has you very busy. You feel that time is slipping through your fingertips. Listen to music, read a good book, work out, or do whatever makes you relaxed. Remember to make sure that you don't overcommit...

Will Stewart and co. dominate in win vs Neenah

Kyle Hoffenbecker, Sports Editor

August 25, 2017

Filed under Fall Sports, Recent Posts, Sports

In their home opener for the 2017 football season, the Appleton North Lightning cruised to a 35-14 win. Running back Will Stewart led the way for North, racking up all five touchdowns on the ground. North started out firing on all cylinders, scoring 14 quick in the first quarter. In the second quarter,...

North student shares her experience with scoliosis

Shannon O'Brien, Contributor

June 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Recent Posts

Scoliosis is a medical condition in which the spine has a curve or multiple curves. Scoliosis is considered harmless until the curve reaches above 45-50 degrees. It can be passed down hereditarily or can be completely random. The reason for the curvature of the spine is unknown.   When I w...

After 30 years, Mrs. Fenlon steps down from Appleton Board of Education

Nora Ptacek, Senior Editor in Chief

June 1, 2017

Filed under News, Recent Posts

“Well, you can think of yourself as an architect or as a shepherd,” is what Mrs. Sharon Fenlon’s daughter told her about her 30 years on the School Board, 23 of which she served as president. “When you’re an architect, that’s when you’re creating something, but when you’re a shepherd,...

Retiring activities director will miss working with students

Retiring activities director will miss working with students

Kyle Hoffenbecker, Contributor

May 30, 2017

Filed under Recent Posts, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

Appleton North Activities Director Mr. Kevin Herrling is retiring after a career in education. Mr. Herrling is grateful for his time as activities director. His favorite memories were the Girls’ State Basketball Championship win a few months back, as well as the Boys’ State Volleyball Championship...

Athletes of the Year

Maddie Clark, Sports Editor

May 30, 2017

Filed under Athletes of the Month, Recent Posts, Showcase, Sports

Photo used with permission by Callie Pohlman Callie Pohlman - Senior 1. What sports are you involved in? I am involved in volleyball, basketball, and track. 2. How did you get involved in these sports? I’ve played volleyball and basketball for almost my whole life. My parents played both...

Humans of Appleton: Maureen Budiac

Humans of Appleton: Maureen Budiac

Brooke Densmore, Contributor

May 30, 2017

Filed under Features, Humans of Appleton North, Recent Posts

Even with her years of being a judge, Maureen Budiac never expected there to be so much crime in Wisconsin, much less Appleton. But a tour of the county jail changed her whole perspective. “I wanted to see what it was like for people who turned their own lives upside down and are paying the price...

Shay’s Surprise Soiree

Shay’s Surprise Soiree

Addisyn Kohlbeck, Contributor

May 26, 2017

Filed under Features, Recent Posts

          As the lockers are cleared and backpacks are emptied, it's safe to say summer is on it's way. In the graduating class of 2017, there is a student named Shay Hendricks. This student in particular never fails to leave a positive impact on everyone...

Humans of Appleton North: Bernie Edmonds

Humans of Appleton North: Bernie Edmonds

Sarah Fieweger, Contributor

May 23, 2017

Filed under Features, Humans of Appleton North, Recent Posts

Mr. Edmonds has been working at Appleton North ever since the school first opened its doors in 1995. He has a passion for literature and has been educating teens on this subject his entire career. He is a calm and understanding person and can be caught drinking his coffee typically in a button-up shirt...

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