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On March 27, CCS students attended Statehood Day at the Nebraska Capitol in Lincoln. They were honored for their accomplishments at the Nebraska State Fair in September. Honorees who traveled to Lincoln included, front from left, Miles Hanes, Ashton Robinson, Addison Robinson, Morayah Cupp, Cooper Dillan and Easton Fries. The following awards were received: Sweepstakes-Addison Robinson, Easton Fries, Cooper Dillan, Ashton Robinson, Morayah Cupp; NEBRASKAland Foundation Awards-Travis Luhrs (science), Addison Robinson (health poster), Miles Hanes (art) National Award-Morayah Cupp (brick art). Cupp’s brick art display at the state fair was chosen an outstanding exhibit and included all students in the state that participated in the brick art division. Chase County Schools’ students received certificates and medals for winning the Elementary Sweepstakes Award. Awards were presented by USS Nebraska Commander J.M. Geedes, who spoke to the students about what an honor it is to represent their schools and their state. Judy Harper, Nebraska State Fair Education Superintendent, encouraged students to participate in the 2015 State Fair and try new contests that will be offered. The students, accompanied by K-6 Principal Susie Stewart and teacher Arlys Cupp (in back), also visited State Senator Dan Hughes, above far right, and went to his office. They were also given a guided tour of the capitol. (Courtesy photo)


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