Efforts to increase student performance continues to be one of the primary goals set by the school board during a strategic planning season earlier this month.
The Perkins County Plainsmen finished out the season with a 2-6 mark after falling to Hemingford 53-16 Friday on Haenfler Field.
Students at both Perkins County and Wallace schools performed well on the latest statewide achievement tests, better than their peers and much better than statewide averages.
Student presenting this weekend’s musical include (front row, l-r): Mallory McClenahan, Jessie Craig, Savannah Schmitt, Matthew Wendell, Meghan Bishop, Sophia Perez, Jacob Woodmancy. Back row: Sarah Cockerill, Hannah Kempf, Sam McArtor, Summer Postlewait and Anselmo Perez. Not Pictured: Jayden Huntsman, Miah Long, Jordan Mireles and Kayla Reichenberg.
Perkins County Schools will present Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway this Saturday and Sunday at the high school.
Karen Ruiz of Grant was one of 50 University of Nebraska at Kearney students to be selected to serve as resident assistants for the 2019-20 academic year.