Happy Veterans Day!
We are aware of issues with the test alert that went out yesterday. We are working on things and will keep you posted.
We are going to perform a test of our alert system at 6pm this evening. If you do not receive the test alert around that time, please contact your respective school office tomorrow.
Students in Mrs. Pinion's Individual Development class have started hand-sewing their felt monsters today! It is so fun to see them create a one-of-a-kind project utilizing the hand sewing skills they have developed in the last week!
You thought we forgot about our student driven Spotlight last week, didn't you? Well, good news is, we didn't! Even better news....we are bringing you the Spotlight on fabulous Monday! Enjoy all things Mrs. Blender and Mrs. Tatreau!
Mr. McElmuray's students have been hard at work in the shop. Senior Daniel Heaney used the CNC machine to make this awesome 55 Bel Air. Pictures include a few more projects student have done.
Tekamah-Herman Schools has sent out a Culture & Climate survey for parents to complete. If you have an elementary student, the survey will be included in this week's emailed newsletter. If your student is in grades 7-12, you will receive an email from Mr. Miller. The survey link will close on November 7th. If you do not receive an email with the survey link, please contact Mrs. Beck or Mr. Miller.
Senior Wyatt Blackford and Mr. McElmuray teamed up to make this windmill project. Nice collaboration!
Art, band, and choir students went to Celebrate Creativity sponsored by the Omaha Symphony and Joslyn Art Museum. They attended workshops in stage makeup, painting, drawing, collage, dance, video design, juggling, acting and finished the day with a concert by the Omaha Symphony.
Congrats to the EHC Honor Choir and alternates. They have been selected to perform in the 32 voice Honor Choir's performance of "Dawn" during the East Husker Conference Choir Performance on Mon, Nov 7th. The Concert is slated to begin at 6p and is open to the public to attend.
Our freshmen took a trip to the Durham Museum to study people and how their innovations changed America. Students got the opportunity to see those innovations, such as the UP Railroad and its significance in Nebraska.
Shout out to senior Emma Wakehouse for breaking her own school record! She hit 21 career home runs from 2019-2022. Emma holds 5 total school records for softball.
Some of our sophomores, juniors and seniors went to the Nebraska History Museum to study the women's suffrage movement. They also stopped at the Nebraska State Capital to see the significance and importance of government in our society.
A little delay never stopped great content from being published, right? This week's student driven Spotlight brings you Mr. Boswell and Mrs. Beck. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Congratulations to the following softball players who were selected to the EHC All-Conference! (L-R) Senior Ryan Braniff (1st Team), Senior Emma Wakehouse (2nd Team), Senior Lacey Petersen (2nd Team) and Sophomore Samantha Brodersen (2nd Team)
How fabulous are these cutting boards that some of our 8th graders made in Mr. Paul's shop class? We think they are top notch!
Today, Mr. McElmuray's Small Engines class used the plasma table to make engine build and run stands. Way to go gentleman!
Our student driven T-H Spotlight is small but mighty this week! Here's our shout out to some of our Elementary Paraprofessionals: Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Riofrio, Mrs. Rieck and Miss Meyers!
Check out what Mr. Paul's seventh graders have been up to!