Howells-Dodge traveled to the Stanton County Courthouse on November 29th for a mock trial scrimmage vs. Battle Creek. A special thank you goes to the Stanton county officials who hosted the event as a neutral site for both schools. Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams competed against the Braves with the case: Taylor Tomte vs. the estate of Orville Earhart. This year's case deals with property damage caused by a drone piloted by . . .
Our annual Muffins for Moms' day was held at both attendance centers. Thursday, November 5th was at the Dodge site and Friday, November 6th was at the Howells site. Many moms joined their children for muffins and juice, and some quality social time before the start of the school day!
The 7th grade Nebraska History class recently completed a project of building covered wagons. They built their covered wagons out of tongue depressers, hot glue, and wire. The covered wagons were judged by the teachers. The winners were Cassie Pieper, Jayda Bazata, and Cara Dvorak.
Our Economics class is going to participate in the H&R Block Budget Challenge from Sept. 24 - Dec. 3. Students will have to budget money, pay bills, and save for retirement in this simulation game. Points are awarded for making good choices with their money and they will also take quizzes that will count toward their final score. The top 22 participants in the simulation from across the country will be awarded a $20,000 scholarship to the college of their choice. Participants will be Mitchell B., Kelly C., Darren H., Shelby H., Vanessa H. and Caitlin K. Good Luck! Click here for a brief description of contest Here is an explanation of the scoring