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Pictured above are the four students who competed in the FCCLA STAR events. From left, Delaney Krutsinger, Mercedes Peterson, Hayley Vitosh and Alexis Richmond. Peterson, Vitosh and Richmond will be representing Nebraska at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, this summer. (Courtesy photo)

FCCLA State Leadership Conference focuses on strong foundations

    Chase County Schools’ FCCLA Chapter had eight members attend the conference in Lincoln April 8-10.

Shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday, all of the route busses had dropped off students at the school and were parked east of the new bus barn on the school grounds northwest of the school buildings. (Johnson Publications photo)
 

Rex Felker, CCS Director of Transportation, said the added space provided by the school’s new bus barn is a big plus. Here, he’s pictured between two of the activity busses. (Johnson Publications photo)

Transportation director loving space at bus barn

    When asked what’s the best thing about the school’s new bus barn, it didn’t take Rex Felker long to answer.

Two CCS students received awards at the FBLA state convention in Omaha last weekend. Kalen Wallin, left, received an honorable mention in Cyber Security for placing in the top four percent of 143. Noah Griffin placed fourth in Insurance & Risk Management and sixth in Accounting II. (Courtesy photo)

Two CCS students place at FBLA state convention

    Six students from Chase County Schools attended the FBLA state convention in Omaha last Thursday through Saturday.

CCS students competing in last Friday’s MCC paint-in were, clockwise from left, Jade Allen, Abby Frias, Juan Venegas, Andrea Page, Kaley Hauxwell, Jr. Caballero, Ragan Nickless and Lauren Gockley. (Courtesy photo)
 

CCS students Clarissa Chaparro, left, and Ragan Nickless placed first and second, respectively, in their divisions at the annual high school student art exhibit hosted by MCC. (Johnson Publications photo)

Art students place in two division at MCC exhibit; paint-in team competes

    Chase County Schools sent a number of high school artists to McCook Friday where they competed in the McCook Community College paint-in, and learned two students placed in the annual art exhibi

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