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Thursday, May 18, 2017
Ryan Betka, a 2004 Exeter-Milligan graduate is finishing his graduate work at Stanford University School of Business and gave a speech about the benefits of the midwest.
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Exeter-Milligan held their annual Elementary Field Day on Friday, May 5 in Exeter. The students competed in relay’s on the track along with field events like softball throw, high jump, and long jump. A lot of the students had the opportunity to try hurdles of different heights as well. The younger elementary enjoyed a giant tug of war while the older students got to use the new long jump pit and the rest of the new field area.
Logan Krupicka just makes it over the high jump bar.
Elementary students pass the baton during a relay.
Below - Truman Milton leads the pack in the relay.
Above – From the left Joel Vossler, Kate Pribyl and Braxton Saatman give it their all in the giant tug of war.
Below – At the end of field day all of the “smart cookies” enjoyed an ice cream cookie sandwich from the Exeter-Milligan booster club delivered by Haylee and Karla Sheffield. The elementary students pictured are kindergarteners (from the left) Jordan Frannsen, Abby Burke and Chezney Kanode.
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Monday, May 15, 2017
Exeter-Milligan graduation front row from the left: Ashley Benorden, Bailey Steuben, Samantha Horne, Giada Miniussi, Hailey Luzum, Ella Wilkins, Katie Skinner, Haylee Sheffield. Back row from the left: Evan True, Sydney Hall, Cameron White, Evan Harre, Trystan Brandt, Kyle Jindra, Trevor Luzum and Quinton Behrends.
Sunday, May 14, 2017
above - Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten is taught by Judy Kassik. This semester Mrs. Kassik has been out fighting cancer. She is excited about returning to the classroom in the fall! The kindergarten classroom is a busy place. The students are learning to read, learning to count and learning about their community.
below– Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten class is pictured in their reading nook. Kneeling in the front row from the left are: Micah Korf, Beau Becker, Mackenzie Jaeger, Hannah Petersen, Chezney Kanode, and Abby Burke. Back row from the left are: Jordan Franssen, Brynnle Johnson, Maddux Milton, Joel Vossler, Gavin Mueller, Boden Graham, Kate Pribyl and Aidan Nichols.
Above– Mackenzie Jaeger works on a special coloring booklet.
Below – Hannah Petersen works intently on her special coloring booklet in the kindergarten classroom.
Above – Beau Becker works hard on his special coloring booklet in the kindergarten classroom.Below – Hannah Petersen works on coloring, too.
Below - Aiden Nichols does some measuring.
Above - Working on a new story in the kindergarten reading group are (clockwise from the left): Jordan Franssen, Chezney Kanode, Gavin Mueller and Brynnle Johnson.
Below – The kindergarteners are learning about days of the week and they keep track every morning on their calendar. Working at this station are from the left: Abby Burke, Boden Graham, Hannah Petersen (pointing), Beau Becker and Joel Vossler.
Above - Aiden Nichols shows one of the special pages in his coloring book.
Below – Abby Burke shows one of the papers they worked on when they learned about the environment and Earth Day.