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On Monday, May 2, high school awards night will be held in the new gym. Awards night is a way to honor the students for all their hard work throughout the school year. It is especially rewarding for many seniors who will be awarded scholarship money. Awards night is the start of a crazy week for the seniors, ending with graduation on Saturday at 1 p.m., also in the new gym. “It’s nice that the students can get recognized for . . .
On Saturday, May 7 at 1:00 p.m. the class of 2016 is graduating. The class colors are red, black, and silver. The class motto is, “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.” The class flower is a white rose with silver sparkles. Savannah Barrett, Jessie Houston, and Nicholas Fleming will be giving speeches. This will be the first class to graduate in the new gym.
On March 31, Mr. Gary Wockenfuss, 6-12 principal at WWPS, was honored with the Outstanding K-12 Administrator Award. He received the award because of the support he showed to students and teachers in NCR’s Rural Civic Action Program over the past two years. Mr. Wockenfuss has shown great leadership in promoting service learning across courses, grade levels, and teachers. He was given the award at the 2016 Strengthening Democracy . . .
https://www.gofundme.com/mhxkqzwc The seventh grade class of Weeping Water Public Schools volunteered to be mentored by the Civic Service Program through UNL to show us the importance of service learning and giving back to the community. As a class we decided that cleaning up main street and updating the look of it would be the best thing for our small town. We have been working on this idea for a few weeks and we have came . . .
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