The Wauneta-Palisade Schools’ fight song rang loudly and proudly throughout the streets of Wauneta last Thursday, Sept. 28, during the annual downtown Homecoming pep rally.
The Wauneta-Palisade Schools’ board approved the installation of a new track during the August board meeting. Since approval, wheels have been turning at a fast rate to finish the project before the cold weather sets in. The school concrete work is a total of $25,000 fixes the concrete along the bleachers, fills in the current track and converts the track into the metric system. Once the cement work is complete there will be a half-inch rubber track installed with a polyurethane sealant. Baxter Concrete has been working on the project the last couple of weeks.
Wauneta-Palisade Schools was one of the 22 stops on the National Save a Life Tour, a safe driving awareness program, last Wednesday, Sept. 13.
The Wauneta Palisade Schools’ board met Sept. 15 to approve the 2017-2018 budget at a special budget meeting.
Wauneta Palisade FFA purchase two dissecting microscopes, preserved parasite specimens and collecting materials to enhance its parasite identification project. Two Farm Credit Services of America representatives presented the check to FFA Advisor Teresa Hayes and Gaston. Pictured from left are Grant Dixon, Hayes, Gaston and Willy O’Neil.
Wauneta-Palisade FFA received a $2,000 grant for a Parasite Identification Project. The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here Fund.