Postscript, a local Ashland business, and the Ashland Historical Museum offered Ashland-Greenwood fourth grade students a wonderful learning experience last week. Postscript is currently displaying the Baltimorean Jobber #4, an antique printer manufactured in 1883. Each student had an opportunity to hand-operate the printer and make a print of the state of Nebraska. Owner Laura Capp also shared unique . . .
On Sept. 25th, Brandon Nygren, 5th grade teacher, and Jerry Wendelin, K-5 Media Specialist, took a 5th grade team to ESU2 in Fremont for a distance learning, statewide symposium on digital citizenship. 5th grade participants were Zoe Lindley, Easton Roeber, Derek Tonjes, and Matthew McConnell. At the symposium, the AG team learned about the importance of being safe online with the theme of the day being #bekindbesafe. They . . .
Fall parent-teacher conferences for the 2018-2019 school year are scheduled for Tuesday, October 16th and Wednesday, October 17th. Parent-teacher conferences are an important opportunity for parents, teachers, and students to communicate about school. Often, this time can be used to communicate student achievements and goals for the rest of the school year. In addition, parents can ask questions and seek out . . .
“Confidence is Key” Ashland-Greenwood Journalism Staff September 20th, 2018 Be kind. Two simple words on paper. Easy to read, easy to spell, but sometimes much more difficult to actually do. Hence, the #BeKind campaign. In August, Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert declared August 24th #BeKind Day. While the movement itself is new to Nebraska, the idea behind it certainly . . .
Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools in conjunction with Saunders County Medical Center will be hosting several events to provide support directly to Saunders County breast cancer patients. Ashland-Greenwood, along with all the other Saunders County High Schools, will be donning pink shirts to support the cause. "Pink-Out" nights during fall sporting events with be held . . .