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Nemaha Central 5th Grade goes on an Adventure

By: Lacie Young

Emilie Strahm and Colby Schmelzle | October 17, 2017

    On Friday, October 13 the Nemaha Central fifth graders went on a field trip to the Stach School located in Topeka, Kansas. The fifth graders got to take a tour of the one room schoolhouse and experience life as a . . . read more

Donuts for Dads (Pictures continued)

Dylann Grauer & Kyndall Sextro

Brandon Rogers & Johnathan Siess | October 16, 2017

  Here are a few more pictures from Donuts to Dads since we had such a great turnout!   read more

Donuts for Dad

By: Kyndall Sextro and Dylann Grauer

Brandon Rogers and Johnathon Siess | October 16, 2017

    We hope everyone grabbed their dads and brought their appetite because on Friday, October 6, the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School hosted their annual Donuts for Dads. Any student enrolled at NCEMS could . . . read more

Randy Nadler Brings a New Adventure to NCEMS

By: Gracyn Lierz

Ella Larkin, Keisten Huerter, and Katie Wilson | October 16, 2017

      Over the past years, the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School has had a special guest, Randy Nadler, come in to give a presentation. This presentation is made possible by the Nemaha Central . . . read more

Careers on Wheels

By: Elli Rusche

Lacie Young, Brandon Rogers, & Garrett Huerter | September 27, 2017

      On Wednesday, September 20, a variety of people came in and shared what they do for a living and why they do what they do. It was called Careers on Wheels. The Careers on Wheels was designed to teach . . . read more

NCES Hosts 2017 Grandparents’ Day

By Kyndall Sextro

Emilie Strahm, Colby Schmelzle, and Maizy Vore | September 16, 2017

    Grandparents gathered in the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School gymnasium on Friday, September 8 for the annual Grandparents’ Day celebration. The program started with kindergarten and second grade . . . read more

NCEMS Pep Rally

By: Garrett Huerter

Elli Rusche, Lacie Young, and Preston Koch | September 14, 2017

    The first pep rally of the 2017-18 school year at Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School was held on Thursday, August 31. At the pep rally, the cheerleaders made their first appearance of 2017 showcasing . . . read more

KinderPrep First Day of School

By: Emilie Strahm

Kyndall Sextro, Colby Schmelzle, and Maizy Vore | August 31, 2017

    Kinderprep students joined the rest of the students in kindergarten through eighth grade at Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School on Tuesday, August 22. There is a morning class and an afternoon class. . . . read more

NCEMS First Day of School

By: Emilie Strahm

Kyndall Sextro, Colby Schmelzle, and Maizy Vore | August 31, 2017

    It’s that time of year again when kids start packing their backpacks with items like pencils, paper, crayons, and much more. On Thursday, August 17, the students showed up with their bright smiles and were . . . read more

The First Fab Family Meeting of the 17-18 School Year

By: Garrett Huerter

Elli Rusche, Lacie Young, Preston Koch | August 30, 2017

   Fab families were started last year in 2016 at Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School. These families are made up of students and staff from kindergarten through eighth grade. The focus of these family meetings is . . . read more

2017 Solar Eclipse Enjoyed by Students

By: Ella Larkin

Brandon Rogers, Katie Wilson, and Kace Kramer | August 29, 2017

The solar eclipse has been an attention grabbing experience for many people.  A solar eclipse happens when the moon comes between the Earth and Sun’s direct path, causing it to appear as if the Earth has had a shadow cast upon . . . read more

NCEMS Hosts an Open House

By: Dylann Grauer

Keirsten Huerter, Will Heinen, & Cayden Edelman | August 27, 2017

      On Tuesday, August 15, the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School hosted an open house. All students registered could come and drop off their school materials.   . . . read more

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