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Saturday, December 7, 2019
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Front row from the left: Elijah Johnson, Ryan Sharp, and Max Zeleny. Middle row from the left: Peyton Pribyl, Casey Underwood, Karl Martinsen, and Braden Capek. Back row from the left: Daysan Staskal, Jackson Beethe, and Kole Svec. Marcus Krupicka is not pictured.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Exeter-Milligan girls basketball team have their season opener on Thursday, Dec 5 at 6:00 p.m. in Exeter against Deshler.
Front row from the left: Kayla Geiger, Anna Sluka, Alexis Turrubiates. Middle row from the left: Jozie Kanode, Cameran Jansky, Cammie Harrison, Jaiden Papik, Maddie Luzum, Morgan White. Back row from the left: Daisy Kanode, Joana Melchert, Emma Olsen, Jasmine Turrubiates.
Seniors – Kayla Geiger, Alexis Turrubiates and Anna Sluka
Monday, December 2, 2019
By Brian Murphy, E-M Social Studies Instructor
Several Exeter-Milligan students recently participated in a History Harvest with Judy Dinneen. During the morning visit, students scanned over 70 photos about the local community from her albums. The project started two years ago when eight students traveled to the University of Nebraska in Kearney to learn how to scan and document photographs and artifacts of local historical value. The goal of the ongoing History Harvest project is to document the history of the local area that lies within the Exeter-Milligan School district. In addition, the goal is to eventually make this history available for the public to view online.
Pictured clockwise from left to right are Clint Oldehoeft, Jaiden Papik, Judy Dinneen, Kayla Geiger, and Anna Sluka.
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Exeter-Milligan PE News
By Darcy White, PE/Health Instructor
K-2 PE in Exeter: Students have practiced soccer and locomotor skills, as well as rolling, catching, kicking, striking and tossing. They are now using scooters to incorporate these skills into fun activities and games that strengthen their leg, core and arm muscles. Pictured above is Easton Schlegelmilch honing his skills playing scooter hockey.
3rd-6th in Milligan: Students have worked on soccer, football, and volleyball skills and been able to use these skills to engage in and understand each basic game. Students have also been given the opportunity to work on stretching and balancing exercises to increase flexibility and gain core strength.
Sophomore PE: These students have participated in several team activities including; soccer, football and volleyball. They are now in a hotly contested double elimination racquetball tournament in which Kole Svec and Maddie Luzum entered as the #1 seed and Peyton Pribyl and Becca Krupicka were the #2 seed. Partners Casey Underwood and Kiah Songster as well as Wesley Ronne and Christopher Kelch lost their first round matches and will battle to come out of the losers bracket. Ben Bartu and Cameran Jansky have the first upset of the tournament over Peyton and Becca, and Braden Capek and Emma Olsen are in a quarterfinal battle with Kole and Maddie.
Junior High PE: The junior high volleyball team members of (front row) Savana Krupicka, Taylor Pribyl, Malorie Staskal, (back row) Lily Jeffries, Kierra Papik, Emma Meyer, and Joleen Vossler (not pictured) finished their season on October 12 with a record of 4-10. They are now onto basketball season.
Monday, November 25, 2019
ID Check – Daisy Kanode checks Casey Jindra’s ID while Brock Steuben watches
Come fly with us!
By Lisa Ricenbaw, Exeter-Milligan Spanish Instructor
The Spanish 2 students put into action what they learned about air travel by performing a skit going through each phase. Travelers Casey Jindra and Brock Steuben started out taking a "taxi" to the airport. They continued by checking in, getting a boarding pass and going through customs. Airline agents Georgia Meyer, Jaiden Papik and Daisy Kanode assisted them along the way.
Luggagecheck - Georgia Meyer checks Casey and Brocks luggage
Taxi – Jaiden Papik “drives” Brock and Casey to the airport
Boardingpasses – Jaiden Papik checks Casey Jindra’s and Brock Steuben’s boarding passes