Arielle Roberts was awarded overall outstanding thesis by the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
Mariah Curtis of Madrid is among 15 Central Community College students who have been inducted into the Delta Nu chapter of Alpha Delta Nu, the only honor society for associate degree nursing studen
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The 2018 Perkins County C2-6 district speech championship team includes (front row, l-r): Savannah Schmitt, Haven Wid, Karen Ruiz, Kate Patrick, Miah Long, Sam McArtor and Ethan Terry. Second row: Hannah Kempf, Destiny Beisner, Kadie Hanson, Peyton Woodmancy, Hailee Iske-Fraizer, Rylee Huff, Bella Fraizer and Keshia Leeper. Third row: Valerie Perez, Bryce Grothman, Brandon Case, Jonathan Hanson, Nathan Kemling, Carter Krajewski, Jacob Woodmancy and Ian Picquet. Back row: Cassidy Goldenstein, Kenyon Gaar, Chris Terry, Colton Heinemann, Caleb Lagler, Evan Sestak, Matthew Wendell and Ian Sihm.
Perkins County High School came home as the C2-6 district speech champions on Tuesday, March 13.
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PCS students competing in the SPVA quiz bowl tournament were (front row l-r): Keegan Sims, Kenyon Gaar and Nathan Kemling. Second row: Jack Kohl, Jacob Woodmancy, Chris Terry and Jaci Kurkowski. Back row: Matthew Wendell, Ethan Terry and Zach Malmkar.
The Perkins County High School quiz bowl team went 5-1 at the SPVA conference tournament in Imperial on Thursday, March 15 to finish as champions.
Perkins County Schools placed third in Division I schools at the 51st annual Inter-High Scholastic Contest at North Platte Community College on Wednesday, March 14.