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JH learn about "real" money

Students in the 8th grade Financial Literacy class at Bancroft-Rosalie participated in a  “Real World Money” seminar sponsored by the University of Nebraska and 4-H. The seminar was held at Northeast Community College. . . .

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7 Inducted into NHS

The National Honor Society of Bancroft-Rosalie inducted seven new members recently following the Fine Arts Banquet. Inductees were Rebekah Henschen, daughter of Nathan and Rhonda Henschen; Cydnee Bonsall, daughter of Chris and . . .

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B-R is top in scholastic contest

A total of 32 students at Bancroft-Rosalie Community School participated in the Northeast Community College Scholastic Contest recently. The B-R students bested 32 other class D schools to take first place overall. This is . . .

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Panthers compete in ITE contest

The 35th annual Industrial Technology Competition was held earlier this month on the Wayne State College campus. A total of 102 junior high and high school students from Nebraska took the opportunity to test their . . .

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Students compete @ SkillsUSA

Ostrand advances to nationals

Bancroft-Rosalie has three new Medication Aides. Kelcee Bacon, Sophia Henneman and Madison Polenske all passed their State Medication Aide test in Lincoln on April 4. The Medication Aide class will be completed soon, and the girls also . . .

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P2T class takes field trip

The Pathways to Tomorrow computer science class made three stops in Omaha recently to explore career and educational opportunities. At the first stop, students participated in “ 1 Million Cups ” held at the StartUp . . .

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Trio receives academic accolades

Three seniors from Bancroft-Rosalie have been named to the Nebraska School Activities Association's All-State Academics for winter activities. Receiving that recognition were Kylee Cole and Tess Nottlemann for speech, Nottlemann . . .

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Students become published authors

Before school dismissed for the summer, students in Ms. Linnerson's eighth grade English class received an interesting assignment. That assignment was to write and illustrate a children's story, and then those stories were bound . . .

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