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Brody Ienn went 2-0 at the Wrestling Tournament in Cross County on January 3rd. Ben Lohrman, Ethan Yungdahl, Erika Burritt, and Brittany Merry participated in the UNK Honor Choir. Colton Kirby went up 8 points in the STAR Reading Test. Bren Lemburg went up 4 points in the STAR Reading Test. Lukas Olsen went up 4 points in the STAR Reading Test. Caleb Peterson went up 11 points in the STAR Reading Test. Zoey Walker went up 4 points in the . . .

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Livestock Judging for FFA

   This year a group of FFA members is going to be judging livestock, from cattle to goats, market to breeding.  The Ag 1 class has been doing lots of research on judging livestock and finding what makes certain animals better from the rest.  The class has studied what is too much fat, or not enough fat.  They have to know certain parts of the animals, and feel how much muscle they have.     Judging is held at Norfolk Northeast Community College in the Livestock Show Arena. There are Cull/Keep classes, which is when the students look at a group of the same species of animal for . . .

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Art and Design

Oil Painting

Oil painting can be daunting for beginners, but there are plenty of reasons to take up this enjoyable art form. “Oil paintings have a great mystique and, in the minds of many, the medium is somehow more prestigious than others. Oil paint has long drying time which lets you create paintings with delicate blending, fine detail and textural affects. On the other hand, oil paint has a long open time which doesn’t let you make corrections immediately by layering wet over dry paint.  Learning how to use this type of paint can be very frustrating but quite rewarding when you learn how to control the process.

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Sociology Students Learn Sign Language

 The sociology class, taught by Mr. Doerr, had an interesting lesson. A couple of days ago the students in that class learned how to do the alphabet in sign language. All the students seemed to have fun learning how to do this. Mr. Doerr wanted to learn sign language as a form of symbols that are used in culture. If you want to learn how to do the alphabet in sign language, head to Mr. Doerr's room, and he might give you a sheet with how to do it.

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Be the Shark!

The theme for this year's speech season is "Be the Shark". It comes from Jon Gordan's book "The Shark and the Goldfish". This book explains that sharks find their own food, while goldfish wait to be fed. The team is working to be more self-starting and independent. In honor of the theme, Mrs. Mentink hands out the Shark Award to teammates that have shown incredible independent efforts.    Pictured below are the Shark Award winners from the Scout-Monarch, Scotus, Osceola, and Aurora meets. Check back to see any future winners!   Sydney Sterup , Wynn . . .

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Elementary Speech Students Practice their Sounds with Valentines

   This year the elementary speech students are learning how to sound out there letters and words using Valentine crafts.   Mrs. Mentink’s first and second graders are working on their /r/ sound right now.  To celebrate Valentine's Day Mrs. Mentink had her kids write their practice words on hearts and she allowed them to decorate the hearts.  The hearts were then put up on the bulletin board.  Now when the students practice their word while looking at their artwork.    

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Changes to FAFSA

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Board of Education Meeting Agendas

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