This year, Mr. Hulstein's American History class has been able to take some “trips” around the world. Virtual reality goggles helped make the trips possible .
Our first trip landed us in the trenches during . . .
The B-R art students have been keeping themselves busy during the first semester of school.
The Advanced Art class is working on various projects. In fact, junior Zoe Sjuts has finished a charcoal drawing of a girl looking up . . .
The Bancroft-Rosalie School has been utilizing IXL for several years now, and teachers have been using it to help students work on classroom math skills at home.
Mrs. Breanna Monroe started IXL competitions this year in her room. She . . .
Before winter break, the seventh grade language art students were working in small groups reading novels of their choice. When they finished, they took a test and started working on Pearson Realize again, their new online reading . . .
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 . . .
The Spanish I class took a journey to Mexico City to see some fantastic sites. They saw firsthand the Aztec pyramids at Teotihuacan and the floating gardens of Xochimilco.
When did this happen without anyone hearing about it? . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .