Get Ready. Get Set. READ!
Thank you all for your registrations!
We are looking forward to the District BOTB on March 24!
Nebraska agriculture contributes more than $23 billion to Nebraska’s economy each year. Nebraska is home to nearly 50,000 farms and ranches utilizing 91% of the state’s total land area. Nebraska IS Agriculture!
All 1st-6th grade students are invited to participate in the 15th annual Nebraska Department of Agriculture Poster Contest. The theme is: Sharing the Story of Nebraska Agriculture. Check out the poster rules here and visit the contest website at: http://www.nda.nebraska.gov/kids/
Deadline: March 1, 2018
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Please fill out the form linked below to reserve your spot for the Saturday workshops. They will be offered on January 6, 13, 20 and 27 (all Saturdays) in the Swanson Library basement from 3-6pm.
There is only space for 20 participants at each session.
Image taken from https://www.flickr.com/photos/usdagov/15032644782
Posters are due each year on April 1.
What is a statistical poster? A statistical poster is a display containing two or more related graphics that summarize a set of data, look at the data from different points of view, and answer specific questions about the data.
Check out additional details/rules and look at the winners from last year by visiting the ASA website.
If you love writing poems, check out this poetry contest!
Go to https://www.appelley.org/ to find out more
Due Date Nov 18, 2017
If you need help with submitting your poem, please contact the EY teacher in your building.
For more information, visit: https://stonesoup.com/how-to-submit-writing-and-art-to-stone-soup/
For more information, visit: http://mag.amazing-kids.org/ak-contests/amazing-kids-adventure-contest-create-an-adventure-story/
For more information, visit: http://contest.mrsp.com/
Grades K-3 Writing Prompt: If you could have a super power, what would it be? Tell why you want this power and what you would do with it.
Grades 4-6 Writing Prompt: If you had a super power, what would it be? Why? What would you like to do with that power? The power can be something you can do (e.g. recite the alphabet backwards, expert on dogs, throw perfect passes, etc.) or something you imagine (e.g. talk to animals, fly, superhuman strength, etc.). Write a story about how you would use your power.
Stories may have no more than 2500 words
Deadline: December 22, 2017
For more details, visit:
Check out https://ne150.org/museum/ for more information.
Friday, September 22 from 3-7pm: K Street in front of the State Capital in Lincoln
Saturday-Sunday, September 23-24: Canopy & R Street in front of the Pinnacle Bank