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Track at Norfolk Classic Thurs. 4:30 Friday Jr. Track @ 12:00 and FFA Banquet at 6:00

Quarter 3 Honor Roll

CHS Quarter 3 Honor Roll  4.0 Honor Roll 10th-12th Grade Front Row (Left to Right) Seniors: Kirsten Adams, Clarissa Becker, Brienne Fanta, Alaina Farnik, Ashtyn Fritz, Sloane Fuchtman, JD Kuhlman, Anna Pavlik, and Brittani Pospisil  Middle Row (Left to Right) Seniors: Derek Wortman and Bryce Zimmerer Juniors: Clay Curtis, Maddy Dimmit, Conner Hammer, Brian Johnson, and Kaleigh Krueger Back Row (Left to Right) Juniors: Brennan Pint and Maddie York Sophomores: Braxton Brockhause, Samantha Crockett, Anthony Morrill, and Jessica Stevens   4.0 Honor Roll . . .

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Wax Museum

    Today the elementary had the opportunity to explore the wax museum while celebrating Grandparents Day. Students in the 4th, 5th and 6th grade classes were wax statues of famous Americans that explained what they did and who they were. Each student conducted research, created a research paper, summarzied their great Americans, and created a presentation. Grandparents and some high school students came with the students to explore what they made. This museum featured noble Americans such as Amelia Earhart and Martin Luther King Jr., and many others.     Congratulations to Mrs. . . .

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FCCLA Peer Ed Retreat

Members of the Creighton FCCLA chapter attended the Nebraska Peer Education in the SPOTlight Retreat in Kearney on February 25th, 2019. One member, Emily Carstens, was recognized as a finalist for next year's state peer officer team. At the conference, FCCLA members learned about national programs such as: STOP the Violence, Career Connections, and FACTS, Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety. They had the opportunity to listen to one of America's top youth motivational speakers,Tom Thelen, the founder of the Victimproof Bullying Prevention Program. They learned ways to overcome bullying and avoid a victim's . . .

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