See the flyer below for more information on the free tetanus clinic for anyone helping with flood cleanup. The clinic will be held Monday, March 25th from 4:00-6:00PM at Riverview Community Church. Tetanus Clinic Flyer
Dear Parents/Guardians, Our thoughts and prayers are with all of our Ashland-Greenwood Public School District and surrounding communities that have been affected by the recent flooding. Many people, families and homes, businesses have been affected. Some have been displaced by the flooding from their permanent homes. If you have been displaced from your permanent home and need assistance with your School . . .
Mrs. Johnson’s Transition class at Ashland-Greenwood High School wants to celebrate the people who live or work in Ashland, Greenwood, & Memphis that have made a difference in the lives of others. If you have had someone in your life that has helped inspire you, guide you, or push you beyond limits you never thought you were capable of, we want to hear about them! So many times these individuals do not even know the impact . . .
Did you realize this amazing event is for EVERYONE? Have you been waiting for a chance to get involved and support our students? Are you in need of a fun and exciting night? Do you like to see students recognized for their success? Curious who won the prestigious Alice Raikes Distinguished Teaching Award for 2019? Want to hear the Ashland-Greenwood Alumni of the Year Award winners speak? If you answered "yes" to any of these . . .
Special Education Paraprofessional The position will remain open until filled. • Pay beginning at $11.00 per hour • Opportunity for single health insurance Send completed application form, resume and credentials to: Mr. Jason Libal, Superintendent Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools 1842 Furnas Street Ashland, NE 68003 Phone 402-944-2128 Fax 402-944-3310 E-mail Address: email@example.com Application . . .
On Monday, March 11, 2019, Ashland-Greenwood Middle and High School students took part in the third quarter Raise the Bar Rally in the AGHS gymnasium. Julie Lade-Wills started off the rally talking about her art students doing very well on their recent Art Competition this year and recognizing the students that have been art students during the past four years. She also talked about how art . . .
On Monday, March 11th the Ashland-Greenwood Speech Team went to the B-1 District Tournament in Auburn. The Bluejays had a very successful day, taking home the Runner-Up trophy! “It was so much fun watching our kids receive medal after medal. Every single student that performed at Districts came home with a medal! It was awesome!” Head Coach Kelsy Cooper said. . . .
By: McKenna Sender On March 5th the Ashland Greenwood FFA chapter traveled to Columbus to compete in their districts CDE’s (Career Development Events) competitions. Students participated on events like Floriculture and Agronomy to Livestock Management and Welding with teams getting first or second and earning themselves the opportunities to compete . . .
2019 AG Girls Track & Field We’re happy to have our highest number of girls participating in track and field this season as 28 girls are out this year. It’s exciting to have that number as that encourages competition across the board which will only make us better. We have a very good dynamic of athletes this year that range from many different years of experience. We have five senior girls out . . .
I could not be anymore excited to start this spring with the Platte Valley Patriots. This will be the first time I have ever coached a group of boys from their freshmen year until their senior year. We have four seniors this year all from Ashland-Greenwood: Connor Chase, Hayden Hanna, Hunter Tucker, and Ian Mayer. I am very proud of the work these seniors have put into the program thus far and am excited to watch them compete . . .