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Sheri Hink-Wagner | Johnson Publications

FFA members and students pose for a picture that shows the many activities of the day. Jayden Ingold, back left, Cash Yearous and Destiny Beacham display the “thank you” cards FFA members signed for WP teachers. Also standing, Reyce Dike shows off the day’s theme, “dress like an animal.” Kneeling in front, the two winners of the FFA week poster contest, Chloe Stehno, left, and Peyton Cox show their posters. Yearous, Ingold and Kenna Blackman judged the fifth and sixth grade poster contest. In the fifth grade Cox came in first, Mandy Sandoval second and GraCee Goings earned an honorable mention. In the sixth grade Stehno placed first, Peyton Vrbas earned second and Cali Cox received an honorable mention.

FFA week concludes posters, teacher appreciation

Wauneta-Palisade’s week-long celebration of FFA week culminated on Thursday, since there was no school on Friday, in a whirl of activity. The day’s theme was “dress like an animal

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Shelby Cox | Johnson Publications

Three WP spellers came home with awards for their efforts. Matthew Allen, left, took first place in the second grade division. Ayden Baker took second place in the first grade division and Erika Rahn, right, took third place in the third grade division.

Broncos have bee-utiful performance

Wauneta-Palisade Elementary School students attended the Hitchcock/Hayes County Spelling Bee last Wednesday.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications

Tuesday was “redneck day” here, from front left, Colby Hoskovec, Shanel Barnard, Grant Walker, middle from left, Dan Schluckebier, Dakota Ingold, Seth Straub, Matthew Knotts, back from left, Haley Kirk and Jayden Ingold pose for a picture in their redneck gear.

Members “Get their redneck on” during FFA week

This week marks a special time to celebrate agricultural education, FFA week.



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