On Monday, December 18th, The high school and elementary kids held their annual Christmas concert. The night was full of singing, dancing, and Christmas spirit! The high school choir sang songs such as “Born ‘Neath A Star”, and “Christmas Time””. Caleb S. played guitar their final song named “Hallelujah”. Lillian P. also had a very nice solo. The K-4 kids also did a Christmas play labeled “Elflandia”by John Jacobson and John Higgins. They sang many songs that spread the holiday cheer and the audience loved it! To finish off the night, the high school band performed the songs “Jingle Bell Rock”, “A Peaceful Christmas”, “Silver Bells”, and finally “Winter Wonderland”. Once the band concluded, everybody was invited to have a cookie in the old gym. Everybody did a fantastic job on the night and the audience loved it.
On Saturday, December 9th, the One-act team put on a performance at the Wilcox school building for the public. The goal was to show off our final performance of the year and to raise a little money for new stage lights. The play went very well and everybody was happy with the turn-out. Congratulations to the One-act team on a great year, and good luck next year!
On Saturday, December 2nd, the Falcon wrestling team traveled to Harvard to compete in their first competition of the year. All of the wrestlers competed very well and the results are as follows:
Riley R. – 4th Place
Congratulations to Riley and all of the wrestlers! The next meet will be held Friday, December 8th, at Southern Valley. Good luck to all wrestlers during the rest of your season.
On Tuesday, November 14th, the high-school quiz bowl team traveled to Arapahoe to participate in their first competition of the season. After playing a match against every team that was present, they ended up with a second place finish. Congratulations to all quiz bowl members and good luck on the rest of your season!
On Wednesday, October 19th, the Junior and Senior class art students traveled to UNK to participate in the annual Imagination Day. Students first went to the MONA Museum in Kearney for a fun iSpy game with the museums art work. Students were then able to sit in some art related classes provided by the University to get some hands on experience in what they are interested in. Ranging from photography to print making, there were classes for every student! Then they ate lunch on campus at the dining hall before starting their afternoon session. Overall the students enjoyed the day and learned a lot about art and what it’s like to be a student at UNK.
Junior Class Officers
President- Bryce T.
Vice President- A.J. J.
Secretary/Treasurer- Jordyn P.
Student Council- Riley R., Sidney G., Ryan S.