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Homecoming Friday: Red & Black Day. 2:00 dismissal. Coronation @ 2:10. Parade @ 3:00. FB here vs. Nio/Verdigre at 7:00 on Friday.

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Volleyball Girls Kick Off Homecoming Week With a Win!

The Lady Dawgs kicked off homecoming week battling against Randolph.  The Bulldogs came back from behind in the first set and finsihed the night with a clean sweep of 3-0.  Kirsten Adams and Maycey Forker led the team with 12 kills each.  Makayla Brockhaus came out with 21 digs and Sydney Walton following behind with 19.  The Lady Dawgs play LCC on Thursday.  Great job and good luck!

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Cross Country Team Takes 1st

On September 22 the Creighton Cross Country team recently competed at their own home meet. The team had four runners competeing at this meet, all of them placing top ten! Garrison Hazen lead the team placing by placing 1st. Zac Hazen finished a few places behind him finishing 6th place. Following him was Colten Adams recieving 9th place and steps behind him was Connor Hazen recieving 10th. The team had a score of 26 and Boyd County was the next closest team with an overall score of 30. The next cross country meet will be at West Holt on the 29th of September @ 4:00.

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Creighton Beats O'Neill in 3 Sets

The volleyball team traveled to O'Neill Tuesday, September 20.  The team defeated the Lady Eagles' homecoming game in three sets 25-20, 25-23, 25-9.  Maycey Forker, Chelsea Boelter, and Ashtyn Fritz each had 6 kills.  Sydney Walton led the team in digs with 22 and Makayla Brockhaus right behind her with 21.  The Lady Dawgs travel to Wausa on Thursday, September 22.  The Lady Dawgs add another win to their record making them 7-3.  Good Job Ladies!

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One Team, One Goal, One Heartbeat

Recently we visited with assistant coach Kyle Kibbie and asked him a few random football questions. What is your favorite level of football to watch?   College   Why are you interested in football? Loved playing the sport. Physical game What made you interested in coaching? I enjoyed playing all sports and wanted to continue to be apart of them. What is your favorite thing to eat while watching football? Chips and dip If you could go back and watch any game, what would it be? 95 National Championship when Nebraska beat Florida Why would you choose . . .

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Lady Dawgs Defeat the Pirates

The Creighton volleyball team won against the Plainview Pirates on September 6, 2016.  The Lady Dawgs beat the Pirates in a quick three sets, with scores of 25-16, 25-10, and 25-14.   The Lady Dawgs had no trouble against the Pirates.   Chelsea Boelter led the team with 11 kills, followed by Ashtyn Fritz and Kirsten Adams with 9 each.  Makayla Brockhaus came up with 18 digs and Sydney Walton followed with 12.

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Parent Access to PowerSchool Instructions

Here's a reminder on how to access your child(ren)'s grades/announcements, etc. Please log in to PowerSchool by going to this address:  https://creighton.powerschool.com/public/   Your screen should look like this: From here, you will click on the "Create Account" tab, and then "Create Account" button. (see below) At this point, you are going to create an account for yourself to access your CPS students with one login. Example, if you have 3 kids in our system, then you will be able to view them all with one login.  First enter the correct information . . .

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Meet the new Math Teacher, Ms. Wagner.

  Q:   Where are you originally from and what interested you in coming to Creighton? A:  I'm originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but I went to school at UNL and loved Nebraska. Q:   What do you like the most about Creighton High School so far? A:   How welcoming everyone has been! Q:   What is a fun fact about yourself?     A:  I used to be a gymnast (12 years). Q:   What activities do you plan to be apart of at Creighton? A:   Anything they need help with.  Right now volleyball and basketball. Q:   What . . .

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