Photos by Shelby Cox | Johnson Publications
On Monday, April 24, the Wauneta-Palisade third and fourth grade classes ventured down to Krotter Park in Palisade to plant a Catalpa tree in honor of Arbor Day. The tree was purchased by the Village of Palisade, to replace a memorial for Geraldine Smith that was damaged at the park. The tree-planting ceremony began with a lesson on the history of Arbor Day by Amy Seiler with the Nebraska Forest Service. Seiler told the students of the importance of caring for and planting trees for their generation.
Four superior ratings and five excellent rating were awarded to Wauneta-Palisade band and music students Friday at the district music competition in Imperial.
Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools representatives were presented with a Closing the Achievement Gap award in science at the 2017 Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association (NRCSA) Spring Conference March 23 in Kearney. Board member Allison Sandman, Superintendent Randy Geier and principal/activity director Joseph Frecks are pictured with the award.
Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools was recently awarded a Closing the Achievement Gap award in science at the 2017 Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association (NRCSA) spring conference in Kearney on
After waiting a week for results to come in from the Nebraska FFA State Convention, the Wauneta-Palisade livestock judging team now knows it finished 18th.
The Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools board met for its regular meeting Monday night.