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The CCS junior high robotics team competed at the VEX tournament. The junior high team pictured includes, from left, Aurora Griebel, Michael Hernandez, Kobe Norman, Hayden Nance and Brayan Cazares. (Courtesy photo)

Two students represented the CCS high school robotics teams at the VEX tournament in Kearney. The high school teams consist of, from left, Alex Gonzalez, Joan Frias, Orrin Richardson, Joel DaMoude, Cole Wiest and Daniel Jaquez. Not pitcured—Logan Mendenhall. (Courtesy photo)

CCS students compete in VEX Robotics tournament in Kearney

    On Jan. 13, the Chase County Schools’ high school and junior high robotics teams competed in the VEX Robotics tournament in Kearney.

CCS students in grades 4-6 participated in Sing Around Nebraska Jan. 13 at North Platte High School. Pictured front row from left are Nevaeh Martin, Jayme Gittlein, Navy Havel, Alissa Dockery, Sofie Allen, Abby Spicer, Idaly Reyes-Aviles, middle row from left, Beau Weiss, Olivia Spady, Landree McNair, Tessa Smith, Andrew Wiest, Iris Robles, back from left, Shalissa Bigham, Ava McNair, Addisen Leibbrandt, Brendan Pump and Katelyn Stamm. (Courtesy photo)

Sophie Fiedler, left, and Lucy Spady were selected to participate in the Singing Youth Nebraska Honor Choir on Saturday. (Courtesy photo)

CCS students perform in Nebraska music events

    Chase County Schools students participated in the Sing Around Nebraska event sponsored by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association.

Completion of the auxiliary gym and wrestling room addition at Chase County Schools was the largest construction project finished in Chase County during 2017. The auxiliary gym is being used for basketball practice and games.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Last week, the varsity boys’ basketball team, was using the gym as concert preparations occupied the Longhorn gym. Eighth grader Cayden White, below right, makes his way through the addition’s hallway toward the east exit, which leads to the student parking lot. (Johnson Publications photo)

Eighth grader Cayden White,  makes his way through the addition’s hallway toward the east exit, which leads to the student parking lot. (Johnson Publications photo)

New school addition highlights 2017 progress

    Completion of the $3.3 million addition to Chase County highlights the investment in the future of Imperial and Chase County in 2017.

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