Congratulations to Fort Calhoun Wrestlers Ely and Lance Olberding who competed in the State Wrestling Meet last weekend at the CHI Health Center. Lance (113 lbs) ended his season with a 7th place finish and Ely (106lbs) is Class C State Champion. Their hard work paid off! Congrats!
Click the following link for a copy of the registration form.
Please congratulate the following who auditioned and were selected for the Wesleyan University Honor Band Festival held February 13th – 15th.
Seniors Kennedy Bradburn, Carter Gochanour, and Kelsie Premer pose underneath a mural they recently finished in the weight room. All three seniors made the mural as a project for their independent art class. Great job students!
The Board of Education for the Fort Calhoun public schools has negotiated and have come to a verbal agreement with Mr. Jerry Green for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Green has been the secondary principal at Fort Calhoun for the last 10 years. Mr Green has been in the Fort Calhoun School District since 1994 and was previously a teacher, coach, and an AD/assistant principal for our district. He received his BS in Education from Dana College, his Masters of Education from UNO and his Education Specialist degree from Doane University.
The Superintendent interview process included meetings with groups from the Community, Staff and Administration, in addition to a facilities tour and a formal interview with the Board. The Board wishes to thank the interview groups for their time invested in the process and their valuable input. We look forward to the future here at Fort Calhoun Community Schools.
The Fort Calhoun Board of Education will ratify Mr. Green’s superintendent contract at an upcoming school board meeting and his agreement will commence on July, 1st 2020.
Jon Genoways – Board President On Behalf of the Fort Calhoun Board of Education
Are you wondering what those tickets are at school your student continues to talk about at home? We have the answer! The tickets are a part of our initiative with reinforcing and recognizing positive behavior. This initiative intertwines with our school-wide behavior goals; Safe, Brave, Respectful and Responsible Pioneers. All staff can hand out tickets to students that are following those behavior goals. Once a student receives a ticket they place the ticket in a container and then staff draws eight lucky winners for “Pioneer of the Day”. Those students come to the office to be recognized. At the end of the week, two students are then drawn for “Pioneer of the Week.” If a student is drawn for “Pioneer of the Week” they receive a certificate and get posted on the digital board as you walk into the school. Lastly, as the students continue to receive tickets they are trying to fill up a 5-gallon bucket. If they make their goal we will have a school-wide celebration. Continue to ask your student if they received a ticket and we will continue to be Safe, Brave, Respectful, and Responsible Pioneers! Thank you for your time.
It’s a great day to be a PIONEER!
– Mr. Wagner, Principal
For Elementary yearbooks, look for the order form that was sent home in the Thursday folders or go to https://inter-state.com/Yearbook and enter code 43663H to order online. To order High School yearbooks, follow this link. https://www.fortcalhounschools.org/pioneer-pride/clubs-and-activities/yearbook/prices/
Use this link to sign up for conferences. https://signup.com/go/KmXkRXN
There are two opportunities to help Post Prom just by dining out. On Jan. 29th and Feb. 19th, the Rustic will donate 10% of their sales to Post Prom. All you have to do is mention Post Prom when you dine in or take out. Enjoy!
They will also be having a pancake breakfast this coming Sunday, Feb. 16th from 8 AM to Noon at Schwertly Hall.