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7th Grade FCS Students Complete Sewing Projects

The students in the 1st Quarter 7th Grade FCS Class recently completed sewing projects.  Each student made a pillow or bag for their final project.  Pillowcases were also made to donate at a later date.  Students and their . . .

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FCS Classes Host Nursery School April 29 - May 3

Twenty-three children attended the Nursery School held April 29 – May 3 at Howells-Dodge Consolidated Schools from 1:15 – 3:15 p.m.  Each day activities focused on a different theme.  On April 29, the children learned . . .

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7th Graders Complete PIllows for Patients Project

After students in the second quarter 7 th Grade FCS Class created their individual sewing projects, they sewed pillows for the Pillows for Patients program.  The pillows were donated to be given to patients at St. Francis Memorial . . .

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Preschoolers Enjoy Cookie Project

The Preschool students at Howells-Dodge Consolidated worked along with the 7 th grade students in their FCS class to bake and decorate holiday cookies on December 18 and 19.  On Tuesday, the students rolled out dough, and cut out . . .

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Students Design Posters for Safe Dates Program

Howells-Dodge students in the Adult Living FCS class recently designed posters for the Safe Dates Poster Contest.  Safe Dates is a curriculum that educates youth and adolescents on how to identify and prevent dating . . .

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Howells-Dodge Seniors Graduate May 12

The Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2018 was held on Saturday, May 12 at 5:00 p.m. at the Howells-Dodge Gymnasium in Howells.  The processional song “Pomp and Circumstance” was played by Mr. Wayne . . .

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Nursery School Held April 30 - May 4

The afternoon Family and Consumer Sciences at Howells-Dodge Consolidated hosted Nursery School for three- and four-year-old children  April 30 – May 4 from 1:15 – 3:-15 p.m. in the FCS Room.  Activities were planned . . .

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Students Bake Pies for Legion Turkey Supper

Students in the Family and Consumer Sciences and Study Skills Class at Howells-Dodge Consolidated were busy baking pies for the Legion Turkey Supper on Friday, October 13. Students prepared pumpkin, apple and cherry pies for the annual Turkey . . .

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Emily Ritzdorf Is Wakefield Big Art Show's Outstanding Artist

The Howells-Dodge Art Department took 10 students to the Wakefield Big Art Show on March 22.  Art students  set up the show and participated in building a project out of matchsticks. They also got the opportunity to go . . .

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7th Graders Complete Holiday Project

            The 7 th   graders at Howells-Dodge Consolidated Schools in wrote letters to soldiers overseas in Mrs. Zarybnicky’s English class.  They also baked and decorated sugar cookies in . . .

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Dan Martin Gives Insurance and Investment Presentation at HDC

Dan Martin of V.O. Enterprises was a guest speaker on Tuesday, April 26 for the Adult Living FACS class at Howells-Dodge Consolidated.  Dan provided information on different types of insurance and insurance terms.  He also discussed . . .

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FCS Classes Will Host Nursery School May 2 - 6

The FCS Classes at Howells-Dodge Consolidated will host Nursery School for 3- and 4-year-olds May 2 - 6 from 1:00 – 3:15 p.m. in the FCS Room at the High School.  The FCS classes will be planning and providing learning activities, . . .

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Bob Ritzdorf from Homestead Bank Visits Accounting I Class

The Accounting I class at Howells-Dodge Consolidated had Bob Ritzdorf of Homestead Bank as a guest speaker on April 8.  Bob shared his top ten financial suggestions with the students.  He also discussed use of credit and debit . . .

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Seniors Receive Mailboxes From Howells Community Fund

Members of the Howells-Dodge Senior Class were presented with mailboxes by the Howells Community Fund Advisory Committee on Friday, May 2.  The decorated mailboxes were given to congratulate the students on their high school graduation. . . .

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