Perkins County Schools Board approved 2.3 percent increases for the 2018-19 school year for elementary and high school principal salaries during February’s meeting, with one board member voting no.
Placing first at the SPVA conference speech meet include members: (first row, l-r): Brandon Case, Ian Sihm, Bryce Grothman, Peyton Woodmancy, Kate Patrick, Colton Heinemann, Hailee Iske-Fraizer, Rylee Huff, Bella Fraizer, Savannah Schmitt and Hannah Kempf. Middle row: Destiny Beisner, Haven Wid, Karen Ruiz, Valerie Perez, Kenyon Gaar, Caleb Lagler, Sam McArtor, Keshia Leeper, Miah Long and Jacob Woodmancy. Back row: Chris Terry, Ethan Terry, Jonathan Hanson, Evan Sestak, Carter Krajewski, Nathan Kemling and Matthew Wendell. Not pictured: Ian Picquet.
Taking first at the SPVA conference speech meet on Monday, March 5 were the Perkins County speakers.
Bella Fraizer (left) and Matthew McClung, sophomores at PCS, have projects exhibited at the Nebraska Capital Art Exhibit at the Rotunda in Lincoln March 4-17, sponsored by the Nebraska Art
The Perkins County High School quiz bowl team hosted a quadrangular on Thursday, Feb. 8 with Ogallala, South Platte and Wauneta-Palisade schools.
Wallace family and consumer science students Hannah Sullivan and Hannah Nelson participated in the Beef Cookin’ Classic Culinary Competition sponsored by the Nebraska Cattlewomen Beef Council durin