The Hildreth Lions Club is hosting a free will donation pancake feed to raise money for the Wilcox-Hildreth TeamMates program. It will be held at the lunchroom of the Hildreth school building from 11:30a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Please join them for lunch and help to support this program.
Please join us in celebrating Go Green week and join us in some fun activities! Sincerely, Wilcox-Hildreth FBLA!
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On Tuesday, December 10 at 7:00 P.M, the Wilcox-Hildreth Music/Band 7-12th grade music students performed in the Hildreth gym. The 7th & 8th choir sang “It’s Beginning to A Look Like Christmas” and “Christmas Carol Jamboree.” The 7th & 8th girls did “Where are you Christmas?” Highschool choir sang “Born ‘Neath a Star,” “Behold, A Tiny Baby!,” and “All On a Silent Night.” Lillian P. and Mr Trausch did a solo and sang “The Christmas Song” and Mr Trausch sang “O Holy Night.”
7th & 8th band played “Songs of Christmas Cheer!” and “Frosty The Snowman”
Highschool Band played “Let The Christmas Season Begin!,” “Silent Night” and, “Winter Wonderland”
State Play Production awards’ ceremonies for all six classes will be televised live on News Channel Nebraska TV. Check your local listing for your local NCN channel with your cable provider
Viewers not able to view live TV coverage can watch livestream coverage. Livestream coverage of the awards ceremonies will be available online via www.ncnsportsnow.com
Live coverage will begin at the conclusion of each class’s sixth performance in Class A, B, C1, C2, D1, and D2. (6:30 p.m. should be the end of the last D2 performance) A complete schedule is available on the NSAA’s website: www.nsaahome.org
On November 20th, the Senior government students attended County Government Day at the Kearney County Courthouse, along with government students from Minden and Axtell. The event was put on by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Kearney County extension office. Students learned about the roles of the various county government departments, such as the public attorney, highway superintendent, weed control, county clerk, and sheriff. Student’s participated in a scavenger hunt to learn more about the county government departments, and in a Quiz Bowl to test what they learned throughout the day. Also, students engaged in an activity in which they brainstormed ways in which they could improve their communities, and presented their ideas to a student-led “County Board of Supervisors.”
The FKC Choir Clinic Concert was held in Amherst.
Songs that were performed
“The Star Spangled Banner” – Arr. Russell Robinson
“Dreams of Thee”- Eric William Barnum
“Praise The Lord”- Arr. Hal Hopson
” Set Me as A Seal Upon Your Heart” – David N. Childs
“River In Judea”- Arr. John Leavitt
Clinician: Ashely Brock, a Kearney native, is in her 12th year of teaching music in Nebraska Public Schools. Ashely graduated from The University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Education.
Thank you to everyone who helped with the collection of food for our local food pantry and for those who can definitely use that food this holiday season. Your donations are so greatly appreciated! Our FFA/FBLA goal of 1500 was not met this year we fell short by a little over 400 items so we will try to reach that goal the next time! Due to not meeting the goal students will be in school on December 20th. Thank you again for your donations! Falcons are making a difference good job!
Way to go Falcons we raised over $800 to donate to the March of Dimes. This is an amazing organization that is here for babies who need it the most. It is awesome that we can donate this much to the cause. Thank you to everyone who gave to the cause and promoted this project. The winning class was the 6th grade who raised $230.37 of our total donation. In second place was the third grade with $147.03. And in third place representing the junior high and high school with 3rd place and $146.33. Way to go Falcons!