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October 17, 2015 - garden totes

Each week, see cinema of area students, relatives and teachers as they navigate by a 2015-16 educational year. Have photos of your school’s pep rally, dance or only bland propagandize life? Send them a approach to goodnews@owh.com.

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Fremont High School Physical Education clergyman Heidi Moran and her Total Fitness Class uncover off a new T-shirts they perceived as a prerogative for using a 5K during a finish of a quarter.

Fremont High School Physical Education clergyman Heidi Moran and her Total Fitness Class uncover off a new T-shirts they perceived as a prerogative for using a 5K during a finish of a quarter.

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Papillion-La Vista South High School tyro Beth Forsyth competes with a rope during a Bellevue East Chieftain Marching Invitational on Oct. 10. The rope placed initial and perceived heading awards for best guard, best music, best visible and best effect.

Papillion-La Vista South High School tyro Beth Forsyth competes with a rope during a Bellevue East Chieftain Marching Invitational on Oct. 10. The rope placed initial and perceived heading awards for best guard, best music, best visible and best effect.

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Patriot Elementary kindergarten tyro Leah Lodes works on a label for children during a Omaha Children’s Hospital while articulate to Miss Nebraska Alyssa Howell who visited a classroom to speak about village service.
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Patriot Elementary kindergarten tyro Leah Lodes works on a label for children during a Omaha Children’s Hospital while articulate to Miss Nebraska Alyssa Howell who visited a classroom to speak about village service.

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Holy Name School’s after propagandize Makerspace module began year dual this week. Thanks to inexhaustible grants from COX Communication and Ritonya Buscher, along with many, many donations, a students have opportunities for hands-on artistic projects. The module meets each Tuesday. We can’t wait to see what they make. Pictured: Brenden Weathers, fifth grade; Benito Gonzalo, seventh grade, work on formulating circuits.

Holy Name School’s after propagandize Makerspace module began year dual this week. Thanks to inexhaustible grants from COX Communication and Ritonya Buscher, along with many, many donations, a students have opportunities for hands-on artistic projects. The module meets each Tuesday. We can’t wait to see what they make. Pictured: Brenden Weathers, fifth grade; Benito Gonzalo, seventh grade, work on formulating circuits.

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Forty-five immature girls attended Show Choir Camp during Mercy High School on Oct. 10. Pictured are Mercy High students (left to right) Delaney Freese, Maggie Vankat, Mary Jandrain and Michaela Linquist training a slight to a girls.

Forty-five immature girls attended Show Choir Camp during Mercy High School on Oct. 10. Pictured are Mercy High students (left to right) Delaney Freese, Maggie Vankat, Mary Jandrain and Michaela Linquist training a slight to a girls.

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Marian High School English clergyman Marsha Kalkowski was honored for superb use and commitment. Marian principal Susie Sullivan, Marian boss Mary Higgins, Village Inn ubiquitous manager Dale Fleming, endowment target Kalkowski and Marian sophomore Megan Doehner.

Marian High School English clergyman Marsha Kalkowski was honored for superb use and commitment. Marian principal Susie Sullivan, Marian boss Mary Higgins, Village Inn ubiquitous manager Dale Fleming, endowment target Kalkowski and Marian sophomore Megan Doehner.

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On Oct. 10, a fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth class volleyball teams of St. Cecilia Cathedral School hosted a Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Proceeds from a games were donated to a American Cancer Society. 
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On Oct. 10, a fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth class volleyball teams of St. Cecilia Cathedral School hosted a Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Proceeds from a games were donated to a American Cancer Society. 

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On Oct. 10, a fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth class volleyball teams of St. Cecilia Cathedral School hosted a Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Proceeds from a games were donated to a American Cancer Society. 

On Oct. 10, a fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth class volleyball teams of St. Cecilia Cathedral School hosted a Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Proceeds from a games were donated to a American Cancer Society. 

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Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Hannah Campin, Catie Wilson, Jenna Manganaro, Sara Curtis.

Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Hannah Campin, Catie Wilson, Jenna Manganaro, Sara Curtis.

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Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Ariel Dawdy, Hope White, Maggie Washer, Julia Kelley.

Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Ariel Dawdy, Hope White, Maggie Washer, Julia Kelley.

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Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Taylor Flowers, Sydney Kelley, Jaelin Wolfe, Ashley Taylor, Courtney Brandon.

Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Taylor Flowers, Sydney Kelley, Jaelin Wolfe, Ashley Taylor, Courtney Brandon.

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Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Baylee Bench, Emma Kerns, Gabi Jaapur, Ashlynn Artzer, Ashley Hickman.

Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Baylee Bench, Emma Kerns, Gabi Jaapur, Ashlynn Artzer, Ashley Hickman.

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Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Megan Kerns, Malarie Umble, Kaylyn Otto, Taylor Stern, Kurgan Larsen.

Omaha Burke’s softball teams went on a scavenger hunt recently to collect equipment to advantage The Sienna Francis House. The girls collected 5 totes full of useful equipment like canned goods, toilet paper, and toothbrushes to assistance area homeless. Pictured here are: Megan Kerns, Malarie Umble, Kaylyn Otto, Taylor Stern, Kurgan Larsen.

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Two Holy Name School siblings were really bustling final weekend. On Oct. 9 they participated in a final BMX championship during Hefflinger Park. Fifth-grader Emily Andrews, left, perceived a third place prize and First-grader Easton Moore, right, warranted initial place. On Oct. 11 they gathering to Lincoln and both warranted third place trophies. 

Two Holy Name School siblings were really bustling final weekend. On Oct. 9 they participated in a final BMX championship during Hefflinger Park. Fifth-grader Emily Andrews, left, perceived a third place prize and First-grader Easton Moore, right, warranted initial place. On Oct. 11 they gathering to Lincoln and both warranted third place trophies. 

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Students during Palisades Elementary School run laps during a fundraiser event.
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Students during Palisades Elementary School run laps during a fundraiser event.

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Volunteers Jared Thomas, left, and Trey Mumma from a Nike Outlet Store palm out H2O to students participating in Thomas Elementary’s Fun Run on Oct. 9. The eventuality sponsored by a school’s PTO lifted supports that will be used for iPad minis for classrooms as good as grade-level improvement activities, such as margin trips and special speakers.
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Volunteers Jared Thomas, left, and Trey Mumma from a Nike Outlet Store palm out H2O to students participating in Thomas Elementary’s Fun Run on Oct. 9. The eventuality sponsored by a school’s PTO lifted supports that will be used for iPad minis for classrooms as good as grade-level improvement activities, such as margin trips and special speakers.

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