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 By Faith King    School    February 2, 2023 

Embrace your value

Crowded hallways, cramped classrooms, chaotic assemblies. Many students face these battles every time they walk into the place they call school. No matter the personal struggles students face at home, they must walk into school the next morning with...

 

Career, technical education focus of SkillsUSA week

Feb. 6 - 10 is SkillsUSA week. This celebration is in honor of the members, partners, professionals and representatives who make SkillsUSA the organization it is. Although the organization is not...

 

Anson named to dean's list

The office of the registrar at Northwest Missouri State University announced students named to the academic or president's honor rolls at the end of the 2022 fall semester. Charlie Anson, of Ewing, was named to the president's honor roll. Students...

 

Northeast announces academic honors

Northeast Community College in Norfolk has released the president's honor list and dean's honor list for both full- and part-time students for the fall 2022 semester. Gabriel Gamez-Mendoza,...

 

Area residents receive Wayne State recognition

Wayne State College included 1,275 students on the dean's list for exemplary academic achievement during the fall 2022 semester. Students listed on the dean's list are full-time undergraduate...

 

Music notes

Six Summerland students will play in the 2023 Class C All-State Band, in Kearney, on March 18. Musicians selected include (front row, l-r): Amor Zermeno, junior, clarinet; Jadyn Hobbs, freshman,...

 

Annual poster contest celebrates Nebraska agriculture

From the food they eat, to the clothes they wear, agriculture impacts everyone. To highlight and celebrate agriculture’s many contributions, the Nebraska Department of Agriculture is sponsoring a student poster contest. NDA’s annual poster contes...

 

Annual poster contest celebrates Nebraska agriculture

From the food they eat, to the clothes they wear, agriculture impacts everyone. To highlight and celebrate agriculture’s many contributions, the Nebraska Department of Agriculture is sponsoring a student poster contest. NDA’s annual poster contes...

 

Know your value

Mike Donahue understands pressure teenagers face. The Massachusetts native grew up "in a dysfunctional home" and internalized the pain and pressure he felt. Eventually, that led to a pattern of...

 

Speechsters finish fourth at home

SUBMITTED ARTICLE Summerland hosted its own speech invitational, Saturday. A dozen teams competed in the meet. Summerland placed fourth behind West Holt, 318 points; Stuart, 258 points; and Elgin...

 

Rosenboom selected for Summerland School principal position

An Oakland native will fill the junior/senior high principal's position next fall. Zach Rosenboom will make the move to Summerland after serving as the social studies teacher at Tekamah-Herman Public...

 

Positive school culture focus of Summerland assemblies

A Nebraska-based motivational speaker will give multiple presentations to Summerland patrons, staff and students next week. Mike Donahue, founder and director of Value Up, will discuss self-value and...

 

Mendoza claims top stop at 'Perfekt' meet

Ten members of the Summerland speech team competed at the Practice Makes "Perfekt" Invitational at Wisner-Pilger High School, Jan. 14. The Bobcats earned sixth place as a team behind Twin River,...

 

Seniors served by NNTC urged to apply for scholarship

A number of scholarships are available to high school seniors with Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company services at home thanks to the Foundation for Rural Service. The FRS is the non-profit arm of...

 

Novice speakers compete at Stuart

Members of the Summerland speech team compete and judge, Saturday, at the Stuart Novice Speech Tournament. The novice oral interpretation of drama team participated in the meet. Varsity speakers...

 

Clifton earns bachelor's degree

Peyton Clifton, of Orchard, earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in education and human sciences from the College of Education and Human Sciences, during University of Nebraska-Lincoln commencement...

 

Area students learn about dangers of social media

SUBMITTED ARTICLE - NCDHD "You didn't grow up, you gave up." This is Officer Dave Gomez's reply to youth citing "growing up" as an excuse for misusing the internet, alcohol and drugs. The response...

 

Summerland receives grant for electric bus, charging station

Summerland Public School students will go green next year - at least on one route - as an electric bus is added to the district's fleet. Board of education members approved acceptance of a $395,000...

 

UNK announces dean's list

The University of Nebraska at Kearney announced students who earned a place on the dean's list for the fall 2022 semester. Students who qualify for the dean's list must have completed 12 credit hours...

 

Students recognized for accomplishments in activities, academics

The Nebraska School Activities Association recently announce the student recipients of the Fall 2022-2023 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association Academic All-State Awards. Since 2006, this NSAA awards program has recognized students who meet...

 

Holiday music is in the air at Summerland School

Concertgoers will have two opportunities to hear holiday spirit come to life at Summerland School. On Monday, Dec. 12, junior and senior high school choir and band members will perform at 7 p.m., in the auxiliary gym. Elementary musicians will...

 

Teenage themes weave through play's storyline

Fitting in, finding acceptance and making critical choices - as told by a group of misfits struggling with the consequences of bullying - is the message of Summerland's 2022 play production, "Freak."...

 

Summerland business students view court proceedings

The class was seated in the court gallery to observe Nov. 16 county court proceedings. The docket was comparatively light, giving Antelope County Judge Donna Taylor the opportunity to spend about an...

 

After more than 30 years in education, Appleby ready for retirement

The search for a new high school principal at Summerland Public School is underway. Greg Appleby, longtime Ewing and Summerland administrator, announced he will retire at the end of the current academ...

 

Dramacats find success on stage

Summerland's play production team competed in two contests last week, bringing home first- and fourth-place awards. On Nov. 15, the team traveled to Neligh to compete in the Niobrara Valley...

 

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