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Becky Kuntzelman | The Imperial Republican
From left, Ella Schoenholz, Aurora Griebel and Carleigh Lewis will be participating in Illuminate Nebraska in Charlotte, North Carolina in April for their STEM project on human trafficking.

Three Chase Co. STEM students to participate in Illuminate Nebraska

Chase County Schools (CCS) freshmen Ella Schoenholz, Aurora Griebel and Carleigh Lewis competed as a team the first weekend of February in a STEM competition with more than 300 other students.

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Twelve CCS students traveled to North Platte to be part of 150 area students performing with Sing Around Nebraska. The 4th, 5th and 6th grade students from CCS participating included, front row from left, Alissa Dockery, Nora Weiss, Alyna Smith, Jade Cook, Tenley Swanson, back from left, Idaly Reyes, Navy Havel, Tessa Smith, Jackson Cyboron, Chloe Colton and Jaxson Villarreal. Not pictured—Yamilee Acuna. (Courtesy photo)

CCS students participate in Sing Around Nebraska, Schilke in honor choir

    Brooke Schilke, an 8th grader at Chase County Schools (CCS), was chosen, by audition, to perform in the Singing Youth of Nebraska Honor Choir.

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