As teachers, principals and supervisors finalize plans for recognizing local veterans in their schools and classrooms, they are reminded by Secretary of State John Gale to share details of their ac
Perkins County students attending the 2017 FCCLA Leadership Conference in McCook include (front row l-r): Kadie Hanson, Allisa Overstreet, Karen Ruiz, Eric Sandberg, Jasmine Schulze. Back row: Jessica Klingelhoefer, Cobey Werner, Jacob Woodmancy, Joshua Barnes, Bella Fraizer, and Laura Overstreet.
Eleven members from Perkins County High School FCCLA, Advisor Cathy Ochsner, Parent Sponsor DeAnna Schulze and Paraeducator Jeff Craig attended District 11 Leadership Conference in McCook on Wednes
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Perkins County junior and senior high school students who made first quarter A honor roll include (front row, l-r): Brandon Knoles, Gavin Smith, Emma Schrotberger, Storm Peterson, Triston Hite, Elijah Busick, Alyssa Briggs, Mackayla Wallin and Meredith Gloy. Middle row: Chase Johnson, Autumn Anderson, Summer Postlewait, Kylie Tucker, Hallie Fisher, Savannah Clark, Jeb Kohl and Meghan Bishop. Back row: Colton Heinemann, Charles Johnson, Aryn Seiler, Jaden Dietlein, Beau Wood, Karen Ruiz and Jacob Woodmancy. Not pictured: Kadie Hanson, Sydney Wilson, Erik Snyder, Mallory McClenahan and Dayami Ruiz.
Sixty-five Perkins County junior and senior high school students are on the first quarter honor roll, announced this week.
Fifty-two Wallace junior and senior high school students are on the first quarter honor roll, announced this week.
The question of whether Perkins County should play eight-man or 11-man football came back in front of the Perkins County School board at their Oct. 16 meeting.