"Tis The Season" for some fun at Middle School. Each school day will have a theme until Winter Break. Dress up, have fun, and lets finish the semester strong!
Fourth grade student Scott Bachman was selected as a winner in the NDOT name a Snowplow contest. There were 1,100 entries and Scott was one of the 18 selected from the state. Students from Scott's class and South Elementary were able to get a tour of "his" snowplow truck. Scott was awarded a small version of the snowplow and a metal plaque. Scott's snowplow "A Little Pushy" will be able to be seen around the area when the snow starts to fly. Thank you NDOT for this great opportunity and Congratulations Scott!!!
Congratulations to Gunner Lippold for making it into the 2024 UNK honor band! There were over 800 auditions this year and Gunner made it into the top ensemble, second chair! He will perform at UNK on January 29th and represent our FCHS music program. Great job Gunner!
Middle School Family & Consumer Science students are completing their t-shirt pillow sewing projects today.
FCCLA State Officer Lorelei Walters and Adviser Mrs. Wenz of Nebraska City High School visited FCHS presenting STAR Events benefits to chapter members.
Middle School students will be receiving paper copies of their three week grade reports today. Please review the grades with them tonight. This is the last report before the end of the semester.
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program will be highlighting Oranges in December. Oranges are a good source of Vitamin C, and other vitamins and minerals. Check out the attached informational and recipe sheet for more information. Also check out the link about blood oranges https://www.sunkist.com/nutrition/blood-oranges/
Come out and support the TSM foundation as they work to raise money for their football helmet fund. TSM uses the money raised to support the Tiger and Irish Football programs with the purchase of helmets for their respective programs.
Thank you FCPS Tiger Booster Club for the purchase of the "finals" singlets! These boys represented Tiger Nation, and look sharp!
Today Wyatt Olberding won his 124th high school wrestling match. He surpassed the school record for career wins that was set by his father, Dusty.
Tiger wrestlers had a successful day! Varsity Results 106-Bowdy Jones 6th 113-Bailey Thimmes 2nd 120- Cade Caudle 7th 132-Orion Cattrell 3rd 138-Kaleb Zulkoski 3rd 144-Preston Buckminster 6th 150-Wyatt Olberding 1st 157-Robert Gilkerson 1st 165-Kadyn Strecker 1st 175-Jayden Mirelez 3rd 190-Zane Ebel 2nd 215-Chase Simpson 3rd 285-Caleb Zimmerman 5th 223 total team score and tournament champs! JV Results 106-Dayton Snethen 2nd 138A-Caden Collier 1st 144B-Grant Kobza 3rd 150A-Ty Karpinski 1st 150B-Zavier Ebel 2nd 165B-Vaden Leyden 1st 175A-Taven Luginbill 1st 190A-Mason Collier 1st 190B-Ashton Martin 1st Congratulations to Wyatt Olberding for breaking his dad's (Dusty Olberdings) record for most career wins.
Tiger wrestlers travel to Omaha North High School to compete in the Vern Ekfelt Invitational. #TigerWresltingPride
Tiger boys ready to tip it off versus Syracuse Rockets. #playhard
Lady Tigers open up the season with the Rockets of Syracuse. Good luck ladies.
ECNC All conference Cross Country recognition. Congrats to Ryker McCullough & Tallan Zimmerman.
Check out some of our assessment highlights from the 2022-2023 school year! Our staff and students worked incredibly hard and we are so proud of them!
FCMS National Junior High Honor Society led the Falls City Middle School in hosting the fourth annual food drive, collecting 734 items to donate to the SENCA food pantry. The food items donated will help people in Richardson county who are food insecure and help to rid the effects of food insecurity like serious health complications from not having adequate and healthy food to learn and grow. The Delta Kappa Gamma Women Educators also donated items. NJHS students created fun, food-themed days and set a series of goals with staff volunteering to dress in inflatable costumes to play Twister for each 200 increment up to 1000: Kory Huppert (Barney), Jamie Milam (unicorn), and Tayten Keller (alien). A tie game resulted in Huppert as champion through a dance competition. Through Thrivent’s November Food Shelf Challenge, $500 was also donated to SENCA.
Best of luck to the Falls City Tiger wrestling team and coaches as they travel to Syracuse to take on the Rockets on opening night of the 2023-24 season. (6 pm start) #letsgetawin
2023-24 Drivers Education information.
We have drivers education packets available in the middle school office. If you would like your student to enroll in drivers education have them get a packet from the office, fill it out and return it ASAP. Thanks!