Monthly Archives: December 2018

Elementary Students Go Carolling

The 6th Grader’s from Fort Calhoun Elementary school, led by their music teacher Samantha Bryan, sang Christmas carols for the residents at Autumn Pointe Assisted Living Community. The students did a great job and the residents enjoyed hearing some Christmas classics.

Early Childhood Developmental Screening

Early childhood developmental screening for all district residents birth through 5 years on Friday, January 18th, 9:00 am to noon at Fort Calhoun Elementary. Areas screened include: Communication, Social, Self-Help, Fine & Gross Motor.

For more information or to make an appointment call: Joyce Smith (402) 468-5714

Care Packages Sent to Troops

Fort Calhoun Elementary Student Council Members sent care packages to troops overseas. The packages included snacks, bubble gum, and mints. They also added holiday cards that students in the school made. They were so grateful this year for monetary donations from the VFW, the Jaycees and the Knights of Columbus here in Fort Calhoun which made this possible. Such a great community we live in. Student Council Members are as follows.

4th Graders

Clara Godfrey, Kellen Robinson, Danny Powel, and Ella Bouwman.

5th Graders

Stella Wilmes, Jovi Greiner, Moria Doyle, Lyla Pearson, Macie Collins, and Emily Barta.

6th Graders

Allison Prunty, Sammie Ludwig, Samantha Thomas, Grant Ruma, Addison Benoit, Max Halford, Anna Taylor and Anna Melville.

Stenberg Visits Personal Finance Class

In his last school visit in office, Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg sat down last Friday with students in Ms. Kotas’s Personal Finance classes at Fort Calhoun High School and talked about the students’ financial concerns, challenges, and long-term goals. See the rest of the article by Jana Langemach below.

https://treasurer.nebraska.gov/news/default.aspx?story=494

Books and Buzz Cuts at Fort Calhoun Elementary

The kids read a total of 161,850 minutes outside school hours during the six week period of our Books and Buzz Cuts reading incentive program. Principal Drew Wagner and 6th grade teacher Todd Teeter agreed to let kids give them buzz cuts and counselor Marie Adams agreed to let them cut 5-6 inches off her hair if they reached their reading goals. Miss Hall’s kindergarteners won the competition. The 9 kids who read the most and earned the opportunity to cut hair were Alisa Taylor, Noah Grove, Geno Roberts, Sammie Ladwig, Cami Christensen, Gerald Taylor, Bode Welchert, Anna Taylor and Emma Rodriquez Weiss.