The Fort Calhoun Elementary School was able to fund-raise a grand total of $4,021.65 for Hoops for Heart! Over the last couple of weeks, the students learned about being HEART healthy through basketball skills and activities and how we, as a school, can help others. Great job to everyone!
You will have two opportunities to support Post Prom this Sunday, March 1st.
The Spanish 2 students have been learning about the culture in Puerto Rico and learned about the festivals that take place in Ponce. Within the culture they learned about the masks the people wear in the parades and the meaning behind them. With the help of Mr. High Horse, they created their own masks with molds, plaster and paint. The students used their iPads to record themselves describing their masks and were able to share the descriptions with their classmates.
Congratulations to our State Wrestling Qualifiers!
Riley Lake, Dylan Hartline, Jacob Tegels, Lonnie Albertson, Vince Hartline, Cameron McNew, Cole Welchert.
District Results : Go to Browse at top of screen. Select Tournaments. Search: City: Malcolm, State: Nebraska. Then on the left of screen you can view brackets by weight class.
State Brackets at Track Wrestling: Go to Browse at top of screen. Select Tournaments. NSAA State tournament at Century Link Center is right there on the front screen. Select weights. Then you can view each class brackets. We are class C.
We will have a PEP Rally for our State Wrestlers at 12:15 pm on Thursday Feb. 19th in the HS gym. Please come support our athletes!
His teacher, Sara Wellman-HighHorse, will also be recognized in the upcoming NETA newsletter for her efforts in using the application website in class. She will also receive a free membership to this years NETA Conference held in Omaha. Mrs. Wellman-HighHorse commented saying, “I had originally learned about this creation-based website at least year’s NETA conference. I decided to utilize it in my classroom, as it aligns with my philosophy of more project-based assessments. In addition, knowing about this contest fueled my ambition to use it even more.”
Mrs. Shields took 2 teams to the TSA TEAMS (Technology Student Association Test for Engineering Aptitude in Math and Science) Competition on Tuesday, February 17 at UNO. The teams placed 1st and 2nd in their respective division. The students participating were James Borsch, Sarah Determan, Kyle Owen, Tessa Stevens, Alex Tietz, Daniel Crump, Zane Fickbohm, Riley Grosse-Rhode, Bret Klabunde, Erin Schulz.
Phenomenon Show Choir competed at the UNO Show Choir Festival on Wednesday, February 11th. The group competed against 8 other schools in our class and performed very well. Phenomenon will compete again this Friday, February 13th, at the NCDA (Nebraska Choral Directors Association) Show Choir Festival held at Elkhorn South High School.