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Saturday, December 22, 2018
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|The Exeter-Milligan fifth and sixth grade band plays “Up On The Housetop” at their concert Thursday evening.|
The Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten perform at the Christmas concert.
It was a Winter Wonderland in the Exeter gymnasium for the Preschool – Sixth grade music concert on Thursday, December 13.
The evening opened with the fifth and sixth grade bands performing “Jingle, Jolly Christmas,” “Up On the Housetop,” and the sixth grade band performing “Tango Bells,” before the third and fourth graders played “Fum, Fum, Fum” on their recorders.”
The Kindergarten, first and second graders performed a variety of holiday songs including “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Polar Puppy” and “North Pole, North Pole.” Together the classes sang, “Go Tell It On the Mountain,” and “We Wish You A Merry Christmas.”
The third and fourth graders continued the holiday theme with “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” along with “A Holly Jolly Christmas.”
The fifth and sixth graders wrapped up the concert with “Winter Wonderland,” “Stille Nacht,” and “Dancin’ On The Rooftop.”
Guests were invited to enjoy cookies and punch in the Commons area after the concert.
The Exeter-Milligan second graders singing at their Holiday concert.
The TYKE class at Exeter-Milligan performs at the Christmas concert.
The Exeter-Milligan fourth, fifth and sixth graders give a jazzy end to the Christmas concert
Thursday, December 20, 2018
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Wednesday, December 19, 2018
UNL Math Day
by Mary Kay Pribyl
Eleven Exeter-Milligan students attended UNL Math Day on Thursday, November 15. Our team finished 6th in class VI. Kate Jansky, Spencer Pribyl, and Trever Zelenka tied for first place for our students.
Front: Kayla Geiger, Anna Sluka, and Caitlin Murphy
Middle: Kate Jansky, James Becker, Trever Zelenka and Katherine White
Back: Joel Klemm, Nick Hayek, Mitchell Manning, and Spencer Pribyl
The quiz bowl team finished 2-2. Pictured below are Kate Jansky, Trever Zelenka, James Becker, Mitchell Manning, Spencer Pribyl, and Caitlin Murphy.
Monday, December 17, 2018
The fourth grade class at Exeter-Milligan takes a quiz on the smart board.
Above - Brooklyn Oldehoeft works on her Ipad in class.
Below – Sydney Engert (left) and RJ Clevenger work on a classroom project in the fourth grade class.
According to the fourth grade teacher, Shelli Mueller, “This is a very kind and considerate class.”
Mueller incorporates technology in their classroom often. They are using Classcraft, a web based program that allows the kids to have boss battles and earn points when they take a quiz.
Mueller added, “In Science they will be working on a Quest as they work through Ch 6 on the Earth.”
The fourth grade classroom always focuses on a unit of Nebraska History and their annual fieldtrip reinforces the subject.
Above – Cohen Harre works with Truman Milton (right) on their language worksheet.
Below – RJ Clevenger (left) and Logan Johnson (right) high five after completing their worksheet.