U.S. Cellular combined with the Nebraska School Activities
Association have created a ranking of schools based on both academic and fine
arts program. According to the points system the Exeter-Milligan Lady
Timberwolves are in the top spot in the Class D standings for the fall season
with 112.5 points received. Trailing the Timberwolves are Lindsay Holy Family
and West Point Central Catholic with 87.5 points each. When combined with
the boys overall the school is in 5th place with 132.5 points.
The U.S. Cellular cup is presented to four different classes the following fall and awards points for each school which participate in an event as well as points for district music competitions.
Six Exeter-Milligan students were named to the Academic All
State list by the Nebraska Schools Activities Association for the 2010 Fall
activities season. Congratulations to:
Tyler Manning, Senior, Football
Blake Papik, Sophomore, Football
Rebecca Vossler, Junior, Golf
Kelsey Moore, Senior, Volleyball and Play Production
Heather Pribyl, Senior, Volleyball
Amanda Dinneen, Senior, Play Production
This holiday season, Exeter-Milligan 4th graders showed their generosity by donating to the Blue Valley Community Action Program in Geneva. Students chose to give the money they would usually spend on a class gift exchange to those less fortunate. Monetary and non-perishable food donations were also from peers in grades 3-6 and Milligan staff. It is with great pride these young philanthropists donated $120 and 140 pounds of food to make Christmas a time of joy.