The Fort Calhoun High School Health students gained first-hand experience in making informed decisions when selecting grocery items. Their record of nutritional facts was utilized back in the classroom during their Nutrition Unit of study. They recorded facts on things like fat, calories, and sodium content. Tilten Nottleman and Bella Irvine reported that it was nice getting out of the classroom and being active while getting first-hand experience learning how to read nutrition labels.
On Wednesday, September 25th the Freshmen class joined other Washington County youth to attend the first-ever Connect the Dots Day sponsored by UNL Extension and 4-H at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The students participated in the Connecting the Dots simulation activity, listened to a variety of post-secondary education/training option representatives and employers, and learned more about resumes, identifying and using their transferable skills, and workplace personalities.
It was a great day for the Walk-A-Thon. The weather was perfect, The Fort Calhoun Pioneer came to visit, many families came out to join us AND we raised a lot of money for great programs at our school. In fact, we raised over $13,000. Thanks to the Walk Team, Michelle Dill for coordinating and leading for PFE with the walk team, all the many who volunteered, and to all the Corporate Sponsors listed below. For more pictures, visit the PFE Mom’s page on Facebook.
Corp Sponsors were: Abe’s Trash, Able Transport, AP Plumbing, Autumn Pointe, Big Green Tomato, The Copper Fox, Countryside Animal Clinic, Cummings & Sons, Diapers 2 Diplomas, Exterior Remodel & Design, Florence Food Mart, Fort Bar, Geiger Built Homes, Gochanour Construction, Iwen Exposures, Longhorn, MCH Fort Calhoun Clinic, Mancuso Dental, Northwest Feed, Nuttleman Construction, Rock Hard Concrete, Rustic, Seal-Rite Insulation, Shear Attraction, Simone’s Suds, Steiner Dental, Taylor Quik Pik, Washington County Bank, Welchert Woodworking, Zig Drywall, 3BD Trucking