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Wednesday: weightlifting @ L-D @ 6 & 7:30 a.m. (shuttle @ 7:15) . . . Summer Enrichment Camp 8 a.m.-1 p.m. . . . JH business tour to Oakland/Fremont . . . Skills USA Nt'l Championships . . . Thursday: weightlifting @ L-D @ 6 & 7:30 a.m. (shuttle @ 7:15) . . . Summer Enrichment Camp 8 a.m.-1 p.m. . . . Elementary youth BB camp @ L-D @ 11-12 & 12:30-1:30 p.m. . . . Skills USA Nt'l Championships . . . Friday: weightlifting @ L-D @ 6 & 7:30 a.m. (shuttle @ 7:15) . . . Summer Enrichment Camp 8 a.m.-1 p.m. . . . Skills USA Nt'l Championships

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    Cole selected for Nt'l Student Cabinet

    Kylee Cole, a recent 2017 Bancroft-Rosalie graduate, has been appointed as one of the 2017-18 National Student Cabinet members. This prestigious selection was made by members of Educators Rising, an organization that cultivates highly skilled educators by guiding young people on a path to becoming accomplished teachers.

    Daughter of Jennifer Cole of Bancroft, Kylee will attend the student leader training at the national office in Arlington, Va., next month. Cole will attend the University of Nebraska at Omaha this fall with an education major.

    National Student Cabinet members are external ambassadors and internal thought leaders. They engage in critical education conversations at the national level to provide a student perspective, serve as Educators Rising representatives at local, state and national functions, and ensure that Educators Rising students have a voice in program development. The National Student Cabinet exemplifies the finest qualities of the national network and future of the teaching profession.




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    Pair attend leadership camp

    Two Bancroft-Rosalie elementary students, Logan Kramer and Alix Nolting, were selected to attend the 2017 Future Leaders of America, a three-day leadership program held earlier this month at West Point Public Schools for 5th and 6th grade students.

    The camp, which ended with a short presentation for parents, was designed to help students further develop leadership skills and to recognize their strengths as well as the strengths of others.

    Small teams of five to six were paired with high school volunteer counselors. Sandy Luebbe, the WPPS Middle School Counselor, was the event organizer. She gathered 22 student nominations from nine area schools as well as camp counselors and sponsors to support the events and activities. Materials were provided for the camp from the University of Nebraska.

    Camp counselors shared qualities of each student in attendance and how that contributed to their small group. Students also displayed posters on how to be “difference makers” when they return to their schools.

    Sponsors were CharterWest Bank, Citizens State Bank, F&M Bank, Harry Knobbe Feedyards and Valmont – West Point Galvanizing. Lunch for the camp was sponsored by Subway and Pizza Ranch.

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    Birdhouse attracts birds (& students)

    There has been an addition to the south side of Bancroft-Rosalie Community School, and both the students and birds are enjoying it.

    Bob Wilson from Rosalie recently built the large wooden birdhouse and donated it to the school. It is atop a wooden pole that stands nine feet off the ground.

    "Bob spent many hours designed and building this treasure," said kindergarten teacher Patty Wegner. "The kindergarten class is in charge of putting bird seed in the tray, and excitement on the faces of the students was priceless when they witnessed the first bird snacking from the tray."

    Maintenance supervisor Matt Kai and senior Nolan Smith helped Wilson install the birdhouse just south of the kindergarten room.

    "The school sincerely thanks Mr. Wilson for this wonderful gift, and it will be enjoyed by students for years to come," Wegner said.

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