THE BOOK FAIR IS COMING!! Saddle up and plan to come to the Wild West book fair. Dates are October 16-20 on the cafeteria stage. Hope to see you there! [if gte vml 1]><v:rect id="_x0000_s1025" style='position:absolute;
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Please join the Axtell cheer and football teams for the annual pink football game on Friday, Oct. 20 against Giltner. The cheer team will be collecting donations and selling items to benefit the Susan G. Koman Foundation, Great Plains Affiliate to assist in the fight against cancer. Wear your pink! For more information, visit http://komengreatplains.org/.
National 4-H week is Oct. 1-7. 4-H empowers kids with a lifetime of skills through hands-on projects. Kids ages 8-18 can be in 4-H, and kids ages 5-7 can be in Clover Kids. Ask any Keene Kids member about why they like being in 4-H! Contact Ty Fickenscher, Kendall Lammers or Trish Danburg for more information on how to get started!
Juniors attend Career Exploration Day in Kearney On Thursday, September 21, the Axtell juniors attended the Career Exploration Day at the National Guard Armory in Kearney. The first activity was a panel of business people from the Kearney area who talked a little about their specific career areas. Students had the opportunity to asked any questions they had. The bulk of the discussion was about their path to that career. They talked about their educational and work experi
From Axtell Community Foundation THANK YOU!!! You far exceeded our expectations!! Thursday night, September 21, was an engaging time with over 30 community members coming together to celebrate the many things to be proud of! And there were a lot!! After an imaginary drone tour of what we want our community to look like in ten years, each attendee wrote down 6-8 ideas. Nebraska Community Foundation staff led us to compile these 200 or so ideas into 8 categories. These are: *Ma
The third grade class traveled back in time to the late 1800s to experience what attending school was like for children back then. ESU 11 hosted a Rural School Day for area schools at the Nebraska Prairie Museum in Holdrege. Our first informational text in our reading series Journeys is about one-room school houses. It was so much fun to bring the words we were learning come to life! A special thanks to Nebraska Prairie Museum, the ESU 11 Gifted Education staff, Mrs. We
The third grade class participated in the Stuhr Museum H.A.T.S. program on September 20th. We learned about what transportation was like during the late 1800s. We've been learning about the life of pioneers during the late 1800s in Social Studies. What an amazing opportunity to get to experience in person what life was like during that era! A special thanks to Larry Beckman for driving us in "the big bus"! A big thank you to our parent sponsors that came with us - Mandy