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Falls City North School kindergarten class donates to the local food bank. Once a month different classrooms have the opportunity to donate from a list of food items for the local food pantry. This is a volunteer assignment and the students learn about citizenship and helping the community.
Darcy Snethen, student of Gayle Weinert at Falls City High School, was the winner of Falls City Post 1765 VFW Auxiliary’s Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest last spring. Her photo went on to win the Nebraska VFW Auxiliary District 6 contest. Darcy is pictured with Post 1765 student contest chairmen Gail Froeschl and Kim Oliver.
Richardson Foundation funded “The Kids Bowl Free”, 2016 Summer Bowling Program that supported 40 family passes and 437 student bowlers this summer. The Bowling Alley (Sara Rue) then nominated local schools to receive a grant. Out of 18,000 schools, Falls City Middle School was 1 of 50 to receive the Grant. Steve Kottich from the Richarson Foundation and Sara Rue from Falls City Lanes are presenting check to . . .
Once a month different classrooms will have the choice to donate something from the list to help the SENCA Food Pantry. This is strictly a volunteer assignment, as this activity will be used to teach citizenship in helping the community. Each class will have the opportunity three times during the school year to help donate. This is the picture of 3rd graders with donations to the Food Pantry. Mr. Nelson teaches this to the . . .
The Falls City High School class of 1956 has purchased items for North and South Elementary schools. Last spring class member, Elaine Heineman, visited with Superintendent Tim Heckenlively about suggestions on making a donation as they wanted to close out their class account. They decided they would like to see it go to the elementary schools. Mr. Heckenlively asked elementary librarian, Gail Froeschl, to coordinate the donation. Jan . . .
A ceremony for disposal of unserviceable flags took place at the Falls City Middle School on October 7, 2016. The retirement, of the collected flags, was conducted by the VFW Auxiliary and the American Legion with help from a number of students. VFW Auxiliary members, Members of the American Legion burned each flag, one by one, with ceremonial respect. The ceremony conducted at Falls City Middle School is a great lesson for our . . .
The students at North and South Schools had a Fire Prevention program. Firefighters Dan Wenz and Kenny Simpson talked to the kids about fire safety. They talked about the importance of smoke detectors in their homes and what the students should do if they hear their smoke alarm go off at home. The students learned what they should do if there is a fire in their home so a firefighter is able to know where they are. . . .
On very nice October 5 th day in a wheat field near Tecumseh, the Falls City FFA participated in the Southeast Nebraska NRD Land Judging Contest. Over 180 Agricultural Education students participated with the top third receiving ribbons. The Falls City FFA had 22 members participate with 14 receiving ribbons. Receiving white ribbons were Jack Findlay, Hunter Arnold, Keldon Campbell, Sydney Brewer, Garrett Clark, and Erik . . .
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