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CALENDAR UPDATE: today's JH track invite has been postponed till Tuesday . . . Today's baseball game has been cancelled . . . Saturday's EHC track invite has been postponed till Monday . . . Saturday: golf invite @ Oakland-Craig @ 9 a.m. . . . Monday: senior sneak trip to Kansas City . . . EHC track @ Genoa @ 10 a.m. . . . Tuesday: Logan View golf invite @ 9 a.m. @ Hooper . . . JH track invite @ O-C @ 10 a.m. . . . V&JV baseball @ GACC @ 4:30 p.m. . . . There is a 2 p.m. dismissal on the last day of school on May 18th

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    Bacon, Sjuts grab art trophies

    Several art students at Bancroft-Rosalie won over the judges at the recent The Big Show at Wakefield.
    Sophomore Zoe Sjuts was named "Best of Show Honorable Mention" for her colored pencil drawing of her father. Junior Kelcee Bacon was awarded B-R's "School Artist Award."
    "We did very well overall," said art instructor Cory Meyer. "All the students either got a Judge's Merit (better than first place) or first place.
     
     
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    Students become authors

    In Language Arts 9, the students wrote and illustrated their own children’s picture books.

    They began the unit by critiquing and establishing what makes an effective children’s book. They looked at different themes that are commonly found in the book. Each story is as unique as the author behind it. The students choose whether to include color in their illustrations or stick with a classic black and white.

    Once the books are published and returned to the school, the freshmen classes will take turns reading to the kindergarten and first grade classes.

    The students will each get a hardbound copy of their book. Additional copies can be purchased by family members by contacting Mrs. Linnerson at alinnerson@esu2.org.

    More information about this project can be found at www.studenttreasures.com.

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    'Academic battles motivate students'

    by Justice Johnson

    The 2017 Bancroft-Rosalie Academic Team has had their fair share of testing this year. Aside from taking tests such as MAPS, NESA and the ACT, a handful of students have also participated in TEAMS and the Nebraska Academic Decathlon.

    Even more students recently attended the Northeast Scholastic Contest as well as the ESU and East Husker Quiz Bowl. These academic battles motivate students to work to the peak of their abilities to receive a decent ranking at each competition. This year, Tests in Engineering, Aptitude, Mathematics and Science or TEAMS required students to take a test and build an apparatus to transfer a bottle into the center of the target within the allowed time. In building this apparatus, the students were only able to use rubber bands, paper clips and other office-like supplies. The Nebraska Academic Decathlon then required each participant to take a series of multiple tests throughout the day. Each student who contributes to the Academic Team is very motivated, and they each have a desire to achieve academic greatness.

    The Nebraska Academic Decathlon required students to use their personal knowledge to complete a series of tests. This year, Bancroft-Rosalie took the following students: Kelcee Bacon, Mariah Peterson, Jacob Zuhlke, Michael Snyder, Jacob Cole, Anna Currier, Lauren Ahlers and Aaron Ras. Zach Bridges competed in the Varsity division and received 1st place on art and science as well as 2nd place on math and language. On March 18th, the Academic Team attended the first of two Quiz bowls. Tess Nottlemann, Anna Currier, Lauren Ahlers, Aaron Ras and Jacob Zuhlke participated and received 8th place as a team.

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    "GRR" Students of the Week

    Congratulations to this week's "GRR" Students of the Week: Brynli Cooper, Mason Meyer, Emilyn Hilsinger, Zoey Seier, Jaylynn James, Hannah Zweep, Lilliana Spears, Brayden Kai, Lucas Bonneau, Kenidee McClain and Jaya Snyder for P-3; Garan Coons, Layla Saunsoci, Lakota Russman, Ella Bridges, Grace Johnson and MaKenna King for 4-7, and Kayden Henneman, Lucas Vogt, Jaxon Johnson, Kylee Cole and Justice Johnson for 8-12.

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This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

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