After-School Program Weekly Schedule
High School Track - Cougar Invite - Tuesday
Have a great weekend! See you Tuesday! ⚠️Elementary ONLY will be dismissed TODAY (Thursday, April 6th) at 11:00 am
Track Results - Tuesday @ Wayne
Adam Goos from the Little Red Hen Theater came to work with 6th graders today. The practiced body movement and gestures to help prepare for their Wax Museum on April 20th.
Wakefield FCCLA State Leadership Conference Awards 2023 🌟Chapter Award Gold 🌟 7 Up Membership Increase 🌟 Red & White Affiliation (61% of the chapter take an FCS class) 🌟 Mayte - 3 musketeers award 🌟 Sawyer - power of one award 🥇 Gaby & Andrea: STAR Event - State Runner Up and National 🥈Sawyer & Mayte: STAR Event - Silver
Ashlyn Vazquez, 2023-2024 Nebraska State FCCLA Vice President Congratulations on this outstanding leadership role.
High School Track Meet 🗓️ Tuesday, April 4th 👟 Field Events 1:00 pm 👟 Running Events 3:15 pm
High School Golf 🗓️ Tuesday, April 4th 📍@ Oakland ⌚ 3:30 pm
Reminder: Elementary will be dismissed at 11:00 am following VIP day. There will be NO preschool on Thursday.
⚠️Update: After-School Program Weekly Schedule
April Save The Date *all dates are subject to change
How long does it take to find over 1,000 eggs? 28 minutes Thanks for coming to the FCCLA Easter Egg Hunt!!
Due to projected strong winds, the Easter Egg Hunt will be indoors
6th Grade Wax Museum 🗓️ Save the Date
April 19th Reminder
Omaha World Herald Basketball All-State 🌟 Second Team: Cade Johnson 🌟 Honorable Mention: Ryan Anderson, Alex Arenas, Jordan Metzler Congratulations!!
Five students from Wakefield Community Schools were selected to participate in the prestigious Northeast Community College Quiz Bowl which took place on March 29th. The students were Ryan Anderson (team captain), Jocelyn Weaver, Juan Paredes, Ashlyn Boeckenhauer, and Jeremiah Reimers. The Quiz Bowl was a single-elimination competition between two teams of four players, from the same Class C or Class D high school, enrolled in grades 9-12. 35 schools from the Northeast Nebraska area were represented. A plaque is given to the school winning the competition and medals are awarded to team members. Points were awarded for correct answers to questions taken from all areas of academic knowledge as well as current events. There appeared to be an emphasis on questions related to mathematics, sciences, history, and geography during this year's competition. In the first round, Wakefield competed and lost against Wausa. In the second/consolation round, Wakefield competed and won against Elgin. In the third round, Wakefield competed and lost against Howells-Dodge. It was a spirited contest amongst some of Northeast Nebraska's best and brightest students.
A cold but great start to the track season!
There will be NO preschool on Thursday, April 6th.