Feb 27

CKBEAT Volume 3

EASTERN WYOMING COLLEGE – A representative will be here Monday, March 2, at 10:45 a.m. Any interested Junior or Senior may visit with this representative. Please see Mrs. Nollette for an appointment.

FFA WEEK – Today’s activity will be Balloon Hunger Game.

CLASS MEETINGS – The next class meeting will be on Monday, March 2, during 7th period.

MICROSOFT CERTIFIED – Students interested in becoming Microsoft Certified in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access, should see Ms. Richie about after school study groups starting next week. Most students should be able to pass the certification exam after one study session. This certification is great for adding to job resumes and scholarship applications. There is no cost for the certification exam.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES:
 March 1—Titan Machinery Sponsorship Program, Engebretson Foundation Scholarship, Maynard Jensen American Legion Memorial Scholarship, Graduating Senior Scholarship, Chet Linder Memorial Scholarship, Access Nebraska Wesleyan University Scholarship, GPACAC Paul Max Service Scholarship, GPACAC Student Scholarship, Mid-Plains Institutional Special Scholarship, Mid-Plains President’s Scholarship
 March 2—FRS College Scholarship, State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship
 March 7—Cabela’s Women in Excellence Leadership Scholarship

LACREEK ELECTRIC is offering an all-expense paid trip to Bismarck, North Dakota. This trip would include tours of the Great Plains Synfuels Plan, a coal-fired power plant, the Coteau Properties’ Freedom Mine, and also a riverboat cruise. You are eligible if you receive electricity form LaCreek Electric and range in age from 14 to 16. See Mrs. Nollette for an application form. Applications are due April 10.

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE at UNL is offering two summer workshops for students interested in architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design. The Career Explorations Workshop is held June 7-13, and the Discover Landscape Architecture will be held June 14-19. To attend either workshop you must be at a least 10th grader. You must also submit an application by April 6 along with the fee of $585. For complete details, please see Mrs. Nollette.

THE UNL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION is offering an “Economics is Everywhere!” Summer Camp on June 15-19. This opportunity is open to students in Grades 6-8. The cost of this camp is $225. Topics to be covered include “My Money—Earn it, Spend it, Save It”, Lights, Camera, Economics, Flag-onomics, McDonald’s in Moscow, and Husker-Nomics. For complete details, please see Mrs. Nollette.

LACREEK ELECTRIC is sponsoring a trip to Washington, DC. Some sites that will be toured include The Lincoln Memorial, National Cathedral, The White House, Air and Space Museum, and much more. This opportunity is open to students who are Sophomores or Juniors and receive electrical service from LaCreek Electric. See Mrs. Nollette for an application form. Applications are due March 6.

Lunch today: Corn dogs, baked beans, apples & oranges, salad bar & choice of milk.
Breakfast Monday: Whole wheat bagel, fruit, toast, juice & choice of milk.
Lunch Monday: Salsbury steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, corn, fresh bread, salad bar & choice of milk.

Feb 26

The game will be broadcast from Gordon, click our Video link.

CKBEAT Volume 3

BUS – Anyone leaving on the bus will need to be dismissed at 3:50 today. Remember to sign up in the office if you want to ride the bus – seating is limited!

FFA WEEK – Today’s activity will be Kleenex-Box Game.

CLASS MEETINGS – The next class meeting will be on Monday, March 2, during 7th period.

MICROSOFT CERTIFIED – Students interested in becoming Microsoft Certified in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access, should see Ms. Richie about after school study groups starting next week. Most students should be able to pass the certification exam after one study session. This certification is great for adding to job resumes and scholarship applications. There is no cost for the certification exam.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES:
 February 27—Buick Achievers Scholarship Program
 March 1—Titan Machinery Sponsorship Program, Engebretson Foundation Scholarship, Maynard Jensen American Legion Memorial Scholarship, Graduating Senior Scholarship, Chet Linder Memorial Scholarship, Access Nebraska Wesleyan University Scholarship, GPACAC Paul Max Service Scholarship, GPACAC Student Scholarship, Mid-Plains Institutional Special Scholarship, Mid-Plains President’s Scholarship
 March 2—FRS College Scholarship, State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship
 March 7—Cabela’s Women in Excellence Leadership Scholarship

LACREEK ELECTRIC is offering an all-expense paid trip to Bismarck, North Dakota. This trip would include tours of the Great Plains Synfuels Plan, a coal-fired power plant, the Coteau Properties’ Freedom Mine, and also a riverboat cruise. You are eligible if you receive electricity form LaCreek Electric and range in age from 14 to 16. See Mrs. Nollette for an application form. Applications are due April 10.

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE at UNL is offering two summer workshops for students interested in architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design. The Career Explorations Workshop is held June 7-13, and the Discover Landscape Architecture will be held June 14-19. To attend either workshop you must be at a least 10th grader. You must also submit an application by April 6 along with the fee of $585. For complete details, please see Mrs. Nollette.

THE UNL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION is offering an “Economics is Everywhere!” Summer Camp on June 15-19. This opportunity is open to students in Grades 6-8. The cost of this camp is $225. Topics to be covered include “My Money—Earn it, Spend it, Save It”, Lights, Camera, Economics, Flag-onomics, McDonald’s in Moscow, and Husker-Nomics. For complete details, please see Mrs. Nollette.

LACREEK ELECTRIC is sponsoring a trip to Washington, DC. Some sites that will be toured include The Lincoln Memorial, National Cathedral, The White House, Air and Space Museum, and much more. This opportunity is open to students who are Sophomores or Juniors and receive electrical service from LaCreek Electric. See Mrs. Nollette for an application form. Applications are due March 6.

Lunch today: Soft tacos, corn, pineapple, salad bar & choice of milk.
Breakfast tomorrow: Banana bread, fruit, toast, juice & choice of milk.
Lunch tomorrow: Corn dogs, baked beans, apples & oranges, salad bar & choice of milk.