Thursday, April 8, 2021

Throwback Thursday: April 8, 2011




Exeter-Milligan band students participated in CRC Honor Band & Choir on March 15, 2011. There were 5 students from Choir & 7 students from Band that took part in the event. Second, we had the Bruning-Davenport Junior High Music Contest which took place on March 19, 2011. There were 22 student in grades 5-8 that took part in the contest and we had a total of 18 superior (1's) ratings given to the students of Exeter-Milligan. Congratulations to all students who participated. Third, we had the MUDECAS Music Contest on March 22, 2011. Kelsey Moore, Mariah Ruhl, & Meredith Emshoff all received Superior rankings on their solos.
Fourth, we had 6 students take part in the Class D All-State Band. Class D All-State consists of students only from Class D size schools. Congratulations to Jennifer Pribyl and Kelsey Moore for their acceptance into the Jazz Band, Becca Vossler for her acceptance into the Wind Ensemble, and Jalen
Maxson, Devin Sheffield, and Linsey Klemm for their acceptance into the Symphonic Band. Fifth and finally, please congratulate Jordyn Brandt for being accepted into the Meridian Junior High Honor Band. Jordyn is the only student from Exeter-Milligan to have been accepted.


A wellness program was started at Exeter-Milligan school. The program is open to teams of two to ten people. The school offered to pay the entry to the program and offer a few small incentives for the participants. Thirty of the 48 Exeter-Milligan faculty and staff members chosen to participate this year starting in January.

All of the participants can log into the Live Healthy Nebraska to record their goals and progress. Each week they enter any weight loss and their exercise minute totals in the LHN website on a private site. The site then combines the teams total weight loss and exercise time so that the teams can compare their progress.
So far the three Exeter-Milligan teams have recorded, “152 lbs lost and have charted 591 hours and 55 minutes of activity which equates to 2,367 miles,” according to Reading specialist Laura Kroll.


Congratulations to the following Exeter-Milligan students were named to the York News Times All-Area basketball teams:

9th grader Nolan White - named a Co-captain (The YNT states "It's rare for a freshman to be named co-captain on the News Times All-Area Team but the numbers put up by Exeter-Milligan's Nolan White are just too impressive to overlook.")

Seniors Zach Jensen and Brady Bristol were both on the Honorable Mention List.

Senior Heather Pribyl was named a co-captain for the girls team and Kelsey Moore was named to the team as well.

Sophomore Jennifer Pribyl was named on the Honorable Mention List.

The Exeter Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt was held outside at the Exeter school building.

Over 50 kids fourth grade and under arrived and registered, eager to start hunting for over 1000 candy filled eggs on the school grounds.The eggs were filled and hidden by members of the Exeter-Milligan FCCLA and Cheerleaders. They led the kids to their hunting areas and let them loose.

 After all the eggs were found names were drawn for the door prizes. Caitlin Murphy and Hunter Ostrand were winners in the third and fourth grade division, Emma Olsen and Johnathen Ostrand won in the first and second grade category.  Savannah Horne and Troy Kallhoff won the prize in the preschool and kindergarten division and Layla Whitford and Brett Kallhoff were the three and under winners.

 The Fillmore County Hospital Replacement project reached a milestone this week, placing the final exterior wall piece in place.  The project is an estimated two months ahead of schedule expecting to open much earlier than the June 2012 scheduled opening.

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