Artworks by nine Ashland-Greenwood students have been selected to be published in Mediums for Change. Part of the Youth Expression Project, sponsored by the Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, Mediums for Change is a statewide contest and celebration in which middle school, junior high, and high school students are invited to submit art, digital media, poetry, prose, and other forms of expression in . . .
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation selected two recipients for the FFA Advisor of the Year award, and one of those was Ashland-Greenwood FFA Advisor, AnnaLisa Estrela. Estrela was honored on April 8th during the 2021 Nebraska FFA Virtual State Convention. She received a plaque and a $1000 donation to the Ashland-Greenwood FFA chapter. Ms. Estrela was nominated by . . .
The Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce and Ashland Rescue are hosting "The Set Me Free Project" at Ashland-Greenwood High School, on April 25, 2021, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm. The Set Me Free Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring prevention education to youth and families to stop human trafficking before it begins. It was founded on the belief that every person can take a . . .
Veteran Journalism student & Yearbook photography Kathryn Wall has put AGHS on the State Journalism Map! She submitted three sports/action photographs (football, basketball, and softball) and made it into preliminary rounds! Only 8 student submissions across the state are chosen. The actual competition will be streamed live on April 26th, where we will find out how she places. Good luck . . .
The Ashland-Greenwood FBLA chapter is hosting its "1st Annual FBLA May Day Run/Walk," on May 1, 2021, with the race beginning at the high school. Entry fee is $25 per participant, which includes a t-shirt. You must pre-register by Tuesday, April 20th to guarantee t-shirt availability. Day of the race registration begins at 8:30 a.m., with the race starting promptly at 9:00 a.m. Trophies will be awarded . . .
We had a fun-filled day celebrating AGES’s centennial year! Our elementary school building is100 years old and opened during the 1920-1921 school year. Students had fun learning about our school’s history and seeing the many changes that have occurred over the years. A video was created and shared with students – click on the link below to learn more. Special artifacts from the Ashland . . .