The show was delayed indefinitely but in true entrepreneurial form an alternate plan has been developed and several of the students will present their businesses to the public on July 28 & 29 at Sterling's Marketplace.
"When I came back here, it felt like I never left, so I knew it was the right place to be.”
“Were going to do the best we can. We’re going to revise it and make it better after the first week and after the second week and just make sure we help everyone through this time.”
Hammer is majoring in Business and plans on attending Law School after graduation.
It truly is a tremendous honor to have been selected to work in collaboration with all of you as your next Superintendent of Schools.
The board accepted a generous donation from Greg Sandrock with the Cornerstone Insurance Agency in Tampico and Morrison to purchase two sets of cameras to be placed in the main gyms in Erie and Prophetstown to provide video feeds of events through the NFHS Network.
Mitchell-DeWitte is a 2007 graduate of Prophetstown High School and a graduate from St. Ambrose University with a degree in Management and Finance.
The award is to be used for furthering education.
“I told my mom if we can’t have a graduation at school, let’s put it the back yard. She thought I was nuts,” said the senior.
After an almost three month layoff due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, EP athletes have gotten clearance from the IHSA...