Fort Calhoun Elementary had a canned food drive contest. Second grade won the contest for grades K-2 collecting 356 cans. Third grade won the contest for grades 3-6 collecting 91 cans. In total our students collected 1671 cans of food to be donated to the St. John the Baptist food pantry. Elementary staff brought in 440 food items and $205 dollars in exchange for jeans in the month of November.
Attention Pioneer Fans:
Time to order your favorite Pioneer gear for the Holidays! This is the last opportunity to special order for the 2015-2016 school year. The deadline is Friday, November 20, 2015. We have many items available and we’ll gladly check our remaining stock for your request. You can also check out our large supply of in-stock merchandise for sale at home basketball games and don’t miss the opportunity to check out the new apparel and stocking stuffers on December 12, 2015 during Christmas in Calhoun!!
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On Wednesday, October 7, the Fort Calhoun Fire and Rescue Department celebrated Fire Safety week with the elementary. At this time they brought the fire truck, rescue vehicle and fire gear for students to try on. This event was a great opportunity for students to learn about fire safety. Thank you to the FC Fire/Rescue Department for this wonderful opportunity.
The Drama One Act Show this year is called “OZ.” Reviews have been excellent so don’t miss your opportunity to see the show on December 6th at 6:00pm in the High School Commons.
You are now entering the land of..
by Don Zolidis
Reeling from her sister’s death, Beth suddenly finds herself journeying through a world suspiciously resembling the film The Wizard of Oz. But with the yellow brick road sold to foreign investors after a financial meltdown, the Scarecrow reveling in his ignorant bliss, the Cowardly Lion acting like a
paranoid sociopath, and the Tin Man embracing his emotional numbness,
Beth wonders what role she plays in this classic story gone awry.
Congratulations to the Fort Calhoun High School Marching Band. They earned a superior at the State competition on Oct. 24th. The students put in many hours of hard work to accomplish this goal and were able to celebrate with ice cream sundaes on Friday. Seniors this year were Ben Namuth, Aage Namuth, Nolyn Appel, Tessa Stevens, Grace Herold, and Ethan Shaffer. Great job students!