Falls City Middle School’s eighth grade class collected $1,107 during their 10th annual Chautauqua Night performances on Thursday, November 2, at the middle school. This year’s topic was Hollywood Walk of Fame Stars. Since the . . .
Falls City Edge facilitated a visit for each of our students to visit 2 of 6 of the following manufacturing companies: Airlanco, FAST Global Solutions, Vantec, Inc., Falls City Foods, Frost – Tec., and Consolidated Grain and Barge . . .
PRICHARD AUDITORIUM MAY 22, 2017 . . .
The Elks Lodge 963 again recognized the Falls City Middle School's Students of the Month and parents on May 10, at the Lodge. Ben Hullman(Exalted Ruler) welcomed the students . . .
On Saturday April 29th, 5 - 6th grade students traveled to Lincoln Christian for the 2nd annual Lincoln Christian Beginner's Band Festival. Falls City Middle School was represented by Kaydence Catrell, Kiersten Clark, Jodie Uhri, . . .
The Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Band and Chorus traveled to Humboldt on March 24, for a Middle School Music Contest. Congratulations to the students, :Mr. Furrow (Band Director), Mrs. Sutton (Choral Director), and Mrs. Hopp (Piano . . .
Reading Classics (sponsored by the Nebraska State Reading Association) promotes reading, encourages students to become life-long readers, recognizes teams of outstanding young readers in NE, and reads award winning books . . .
Middle School receives another $1000 "Support Our Schools" check from SunMart. The students and staff have collected receipts totaling $150,000 from SunMart. This program is greatly appreciated and . . .
Spelling Bee Results from 2/717 @ Sacred Heart 5 th /6 th Division 1 st Elyse Poppe . . .
Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to encourage teachers to include geography in their . . .
Falls City Middle School’s eighth grade class collected $880 during their 9 th annual Chautauqua Night performances on Thursday, October 20, at the middle school. This year’s topic was Celebrating 150 Years of Nebraska . . . .