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The afternoon veterans panel included, left to right, Slater Chandler, James Mandeville and James McCrumb. Todd Courter took part in the morning panel.

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Morgan Peterson, above, reads her Voice of Democracy essay and Olivia Spady, below, reads her Patriot’s Pen essay.

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The fourth grade class also sang as part of the afternoon program.

Despite crowd restrictions, FBLA’s Veteran’s Day program held

Chase County Schools remembered Veteran’s Day Nov. 11 with a morning program for high school students and afternoon program for elementary students.

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Wauneta-Palisade third graders enjoyed wearing stocking caps in the classroom that were personally knitted by their new North Dakota postmaster pen pal. Members of the class are, front from left, Kenton Doetker, Emmitt Bardsley, Rayne Fricke, Autum Williams, Brady Wilkison, middle from left, Marlee Kramer, Riley Einspahr, Anthony Manley, Brian Brewer, Zya Richardson, back from left, Barrett Frecks, Gunner Cox, Samuel Burton, Parker Anderson, Attley Wiese, Bennet Wiese. Not pictured:—Gavin McKinney and teachers Julie Burrell and Tori Guillen.

W-P third graders connect with postmasters across country

    Wauneta-Palisade third graders’ enthusiasm took a jump when an assignment found them connecting with postmasters across the country as part of a letter-writing unit.

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Some of the cast members for the musical are rehearsing a song about coconuts. This weekend’s CCS staging of “Moana Jr.” will be live-streamed.

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Kaden Schilke, left, who plays Hei Hei and Morayah Cupp as Moana rehearse a scene from the musical.

CCS musical staged this weekend with limited audience attendance

Chase County Schools (CCS) students will be performing the musical “Moana Jr.” this weekend.
There will be two performances—one Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and again on Sunday at 2 p.m.

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NSEA vice-president Robert Miller and president Jenni Benson toured the school in Wauneta last week where Miller grew up followed by a stop in Imperial. 

NSEA reps visit Imperial, Wauneta in fall tour of Nebraska school districts

At the beginning of each school year, the Nebraska State Education Association (NSEA) executive team travels across the state to talk with teachers, media and other representatives of the school di



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