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Helping Adopted Veterans Celebrate Spring

A group of 8th graders put together a cup of goodies for each of this year's Adopted Veterans.  This year's Adopted Veterans are Joe McBride, Al Steuter, Alen Uhlig, Howard Alberts, Gerry Osborn, and Darrel Steele.  We are thankful for these veterans and all veterans.  They have helped to keep our country free and provide us the wonderful lives we live.Thank You VETERANS!

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AHS Students Participate in Area Art Shows

Art students attended two art show this month, on April 6th they participated in the Mullen Art Show in Mullen, NE and on April 12th they traveled to Springview to attend the Keya Paha Art Show.   At the Mullen Art Show , the team, which consisted of Macey VonHeeder, Jayme Jarnigan, Jace Kremer, Orianna Heinert-Davis, and Hailey Ekross won 1st place in the group project by making a diorama based on the movie "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes".       Ainsworth place 9th out of 13 teams attending the Mullen . . .

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2016-17 Yearbook Order Forms Need to be Turned in Soon!

Monday, March 24th

Order forms for the 2016-17 yearbooks were distributed to students in 8th period classes two weeks ago.  This year we are having our yearbook published by Walsworth, and the base cost for the yearbook is $45 through Monday, April 24th. If you want to purchase a 2016-17 yearbook, please fill out the form, add up the yearbook, personalization and accessory amounts and write a check to Ainsworth Community Schools .  These forms, along with your payment need to be turned in to the high school office or Mrs. Murphy by Monday, April 24th .  On April 25th, the base price of the yearbooks will . . .

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Two Ainsworth Students Qualify for National History Day Contest

    On Saturday, April 8 th six ACS students participated at the state level of the National History Day contest, and two of those have qualified for the national contest.  Sixth grader, Dakota Stutzman, earned first place for her junior individual performance titled “Natalia Makarova: One Dancer’s Stand for Artistic Freedom.”  And senior, Vanessa Taylor, earned first place for her individual documentary titled, “Never Yield an Inch: The Omaha DePorres Club’s Moral Stand Against Employment Discrimination.”  Taylor also won two special awards: the Nebraska State . . .

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K-6 Summer School Forms

  Summer School Admission Forms click here.

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Elementary Newsletter

Please click on the following link to take you to the Elementary Newsletter. April March February January December November October September

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Virtue of the Week


The Virtue of the week is Loyalty Loyalty is staying true to someone.  It is standing up for something you believe in without wavering.  It is being faithful to your family, country, school, friends or ideals – when the going gets tough as well as when things are good.  When you are a loyal friend, even if someone disappoints you, you still hang in there with them.  Loyalty is staying committed. From The Virtues Project Educator's Guide, Linda Kavelin Popov, 2000, Austin, TX: PRO-ED. Copyright 2000 by PRO-ED, Inc. Adapted with permission. No further duplication allowed.

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