Exeter-Milligan Speech students Amber Pribyl (left) and Toni Bossaller recently competed at the Concordia University High School Speech Classic on January 25th. Pribyl placed 4th in Humorous Prose. Bossaller, a senior, received awards in two events; 5th place in Impromptu speaking and 6th in Poetry interpretation. The next meet for the Timberwolves will be the MUDECAS Speech meet in Beatrice on Saturday, February 1st.
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Thursday, January 30, 2014
Judy Kassik’s kindergarten students at Exeter-Milligan are working on combining sets by counting while playing a dice game during math time. They are also enjoying a fruit chew snack from Nurse Pribyl. The kindergarten class also assisted the sophomore health class in learning how to save a choking child.
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Brown Bag Workshop “Stress! Who Needs It” to be Held February 5th.
A one-hour Brown Bag Workshop, “Stress Who Needs It”, presented by Elizabeth Smith, will be held February 5, 2014 at the Heritage Crossings multi-purpose room at 501 N 13th Street in Geneva.
The one-hour workshop will be held three different times to accommodate people’s lunch times. The first session will be from 10:00-11:00 a.m., the second session from noon-1:00 and the third session from 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Elizabeth Smith, who facilitates a variety of soft skill presentations workshops and classes for Central Community College, will be the presenter.
Stress is all around us. On average people spend 1/3 of their lives in the workplace setting and much of that time is spend under pressure of deadlines, responsibilities and commitments. “Stress! Who Needs It? is a light hearted session where you will not only have some fun, but you will learn tips and techniques on how to have stress work for you instead of against you.
The Leadership Development Committee of the Fillmore County Development Corporation is sponsoring the Brown Bag Workshop.
To learn more about the workshop and to register call 402-759-4910 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tuesday, January 28, 2014
The Exeter-Milligan first grade class posed with their 100th day shirts and the special projects that they made. They are pictured from left to right: Joleen Vossler, Kierra Papik, Jayden Capek, Aidan Vavra, Emma Rose, Carter Milton, Mikey Bartu, Emma Meyer, Mrs. Sharon Lott, Liberty Johnson and Ayla Kahler.
Exeter-Milligan elementary students celebrated being 100 days smarter on Friday, January 24th. The kindergarten and first grade classrooms filled their day with special one hundred counting activities to commemorate the 100th day of school.
The first grade class started many of their 100th day projects long before the celebration on Friday. They drew life size pictures of Exeter-Milligan faculty and staff members as they pictured them at the age of 100.
Students were encouraged to dress up like 100 year olds for the day sporting canes, glasses and gray hair. In class they made special unique t-shirts with the representation of 100 items on them.
Each first grader brought a special project that they created at home which involved creating a display of 100 items. There were rose petals, sequins, buttons a timberwolf made from q-tips, a student’s name spelled in 100 lights along with Legos and pasta.
The first graders also made a giant cookie that 100 candies mixed in and played lots of games using their counting skills throughout the day.
At the end of the day the second graders joined the kindergarten and first graders and they all popped 100 balloons in the hallway.
Above, Exeter-Milligan Elementary Principal Mrs. Laura Kroll poses with her 100 year old self, created by first grader Liberty Johnson and below Exeter-Milligan Speech Pathologist Mrs. Myers finds herslef at 100.