Small Town Times March Newsletter - Page 5

Principal Report 2-21-18 1. January 31st ELA Alignment A. Worked on current 7-12 B. Set up dates in the future 2. Staff Development- February 16th A. ELA Alignment with Elementary and 7- 12 B. Academic Pep Rally C. Testwiz 3. Jon Baylor Prep has begun 4. MTSS Training Dates have been set up 5. Parent Teacher Conferences GENERAL FUND CLAIMS FOR FEBRUARY 2018 A.M.G.L. PC 100.00; ANSLEY LUMBER AND SUPPLY 17.24; ANSLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 3053.16; ASK SUPPLY CO 1506.37; BLACK HILLS ENERGY 3527.83; CANNON BLAUVELT 496.80; CHARTER BUSINESS 481.28; CULLI- GAN WATER 131.25; CUSTER PUBLIC POWER 3470.93; DAS STATE ACCOUNTING 234.93; DREW, MATT 102.25; ESU 10 12,238.24; ELLISON, LANCE 55.08; ES- SENTIAL SCREENS 241.95; FARMERS CO-OP 1294.58; GOPHER 3222.00; GOVCONNECTION 1939.08; H&H HAY MOVING 75.00; HP FINANCIAL SERVICES 2579.04; IPEVO 293.05; ISLAND SUPPLY 157.68; JER- RY’S REPAIR 780.77; JOSTENS 18.39; JW PEPPER 108.54; KOHLS, JOAN 224.40; MENARDS 113.29; MO- SAIC 1246.20; NASB 2853.00; NCTC 161.26; NE SAFETY CENTER 150.00; NEBRASKALAND CHIROPRACTIC, PC 110.00; NEBRASKALAND MAGAZINE 18.00; OF- FICENET 496.16; PEPPER, MAY 2.97; PETTY CASH 1307.77; PLATTE VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS 124.00; V.C. HOWARD HAY CO. 50.43; VARAH ALLISON 218.07; VILLAGE OF LITCHFIELD 417.60; WEX BANK 1351.23; WOODBURN PRESS 64.63; FEBRUARY PAY- ROLL 171,682.49 WE’RE PROUD OF YOU! Congratulations to the Spartan Wrestling Team with Three State Qualifiers! Senior Seth Racicky State Champion, Class D, 195 Blake Racicky 5th Place, Class D, 135 Hunter Arehart State Qualifier, Class D, 145 Litchfield State Visual Artwork Saturday, Omaha will host a celebration for students whose work has been accepted into the State Visual Art Show. Litch- field will be sending three works: Rachel Linden’s “Rainbow Flower” in the mixed media category. Wendy Brandt’s “Dreamer” in the painting category and Siarah Willenberg’s “Volleyball Color Rush” in Mixed Media as well. They are pic- tured before their work was delivered to Omaha to be put on display. The works are evaluated by a panel of creative professionals and judged using a rubric. Thousands of works are submitted but few are chosen to represent Nebraska as the best of high school artists. Since 1923 the awards have recognized some of America’s most celebrated artists while they were teenag- ers, including: Andy Warhol, Ken Burns and Kay Walkingstick among others. The artwork will be displayed for the month of March at Omaha Public School’s TAC building. This is a nationwide competition that begins at the state level. This year all three of the Litchfield students were awarded “Honorable Mention”. Much like sports to be able to be at the state level of competition is a great honor. Congrats Litchfield students!