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Fri. State Speech @ Kearney. Good Luck Brian Johnson! Saturday is CHS Prom: Grand March @ 6:30, Dinner @ 7:00, Dance @ 8:00.

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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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CHS Competes in Northeast Community College Scholastic Day

    On Wednesday, March 20, Creighton students competed in Northeast Community College Scholastic Day. Out of the 25 kids that competed from Creighton, nine placed in the top three.       Samantha Crockett placed third in Accounting 1. Derek Wortman placed second in Accounting 2.  In Anatomy/Physiology, Cody Hanvey placed second, and in Calculus, Brienne Fanta earned third place. In General Science, Brian Johnson placed second in Class D. Maddie Schollmeyer showed her excellence in Psychology, placing first, while her fellow classmate . . .

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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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Headed Off!

to State Speech

Brian Johnson qualified in Extemporaneous Speaking for the NSAA State Speech Championship in Kearney. His first round will take place on Friday in room 108 at 9:30 AM. The second round will be in room 119 at noon.    C2, D1, and D2 are the only schools competing on Friday. Brian received runner-up at district speech in Hartington on March 13. Good luck Brian, take state!                                                               

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New Members Inducted Into The National Honor Society

The National Honor Society had their annual banquet last week. During the banquet the members and inductees were recognized for their efforts in the classroom and their community. They also had a chicken dinner with deserts. All members were present along with their parents. The new members that were inducted include the following: (Seniors) JD Kuhlman, and Derek Wortman (Juniors) Brennan Pint, Alex Homan, and Connor Hammer (Sophomores) Braxton Brockhaus, Dylan Kuhlman, and Anthony Morrill. Calvin Coolidge once said, "No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave." . . .

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