Peru State Business Competition--February 2020 With over 400 attendees, the following Ashland-Greenwood FBLA members medaled: Business Math - Aiden Lindley, 1st Introduction to Business - Cale Jacobsen, 1st Entrepreneurship - Aiden Lindley, 2nd and Trey Comstock, 3rd Marketing - Aiden Lindley, 4th Word Processing - Lila Marzouk, 4th Congratulations to all of these students!!!
Ashland Greenwood FFA Sweeps Districts! By Trinity Rowley Within the FFA chapter, our first round of CDE districts, our chapter did amazing! On January 30th, members competed in Livestock judging, Floriculture, Agronomy, Biotechnology, and Food Science. In Floriculture we were District Champs with Ella Sparks taking 1st, Pennie Hayes 2nd, and Cinch Beetison taking 10th as individuals and overall doing an amazing . . .
Subdistrict pairings and schedules were released from the NSAA yesterday. Ashland-Greenwood will be in the C1-2 Subdistrict at Waverly High School and will be the #1 seed. Seedings are based on the Power Points that teams receive for their records and strength of schedule they play during the season. The first round will be on Tuesday, February 18th, when Ashland-Greenwood will play Conestoga at 6:00 . . .
Nebraska Capitol Conference news: On February 12, 2020, the Nebraska Capitol Conference (NCC) Board of Principals approved the addition of the following schools to join the NCC in the 2020-2021 school year. LOGAN VIEW PUBLIC SCHOOLS RAIDERS YUTAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHIEFTAINS CONESTOGA PUBLIC SCHOOLS COUGARS Back in June of 2019, the Nebraska Capitol Conference (NCC) Board of Principals . . .
The annual 6th grade science fair was held February 3rd at the Ashland Greenwood Commons. Judges from the Ashland Rotary and students from AG high school had the difficult task of picking the top projects to go to the Southeast Regional. Students started these projects by finding their topic back in September then they did research, designed their experimenting procedures, ran their experiment at least three times . . .
Eleven artworks produced by Ashland-Greenwood art students will receive recognition in the 2020 Scholastic State Art Awards show, presented by Omaha Public Schools. The state art competition is open to every art student in the state of Nebraska and schools are not divided by county, or class. Entries are submitted and judged by a panel of art experts. Works are judged on originality, technical skill, and emergence . . .
Each year the Alice Raikes' family honors one teaching staff member with the Alice Raikes Distinguished Teaching Award. The award is announced at our annual Foundation spring dinner. Alice was a long-time Science teacher at Ashland-Greenwood and impacted many lives. The Raikes family decides on who to honor based on nomination forms submitted by school staff, parents, community members and students. Please take the . . .