On Thur. April 26, Scotia Preschool Instructor-JoLeigh Schimenti, Paraprofessional-Regina Baker and Student Teacher-Jocelyn Kuncl, escorted 18 preschoolers on a walking field trip in Scotia.
The experience began with a visit from Greeley County Sheriff, Dave Weeks before they began their journey through Scotia.
The first stop was-Trotter's Whoa & Go, the second- Scotia State Bank, the third- Scotia Public Library, the fourth-Scotia Post Office, the fifth-Scotia Fire Hall and the final was to Scotia's Rec Hall for lunch.
The combined Central Valley and Spalding Academy Junior High Track team ran through the rain during the St. Edward Track Invite that was held in Genoa on April 24.
Girls: 2nd Place
1st: Neleigh Poss
2nd: Vanessa Wood
2nd (tie): Neleigh Poss, Vanessa Wood
3rd: Kayla Boutin
1st: Kayla Boutin
2nd: Taya Engel
6th: Dilynn Wood
1st: Taya Engel
3rd: Vanessa Wood
1st: Taya Engel, Neleigh Poss, Dilynn Wood, Vanessa Wood
1st: Neleigh Poss
Boys: 5th Place
6th: Zach Stobbe
6th: Klayton Kleffner
5th: Daniel Diessner
4th: Daniel Diessner
1st: Kyle Oakley
3rd: Zach Stobbe, Kyle Oakley, Daniel Diessner, Zandar Wolf
2nd: Zach Stobbe
3rd: Keean Benson, Carson Corman, Kyle Oakley, Daniel Diessner
Today, April 24, is the last day CVES Media Specialist Angie Boyce will bring students to Scotia's Public Library. Thank you Scotia Public Library Director Julie Middendorf for sharing your love of literature with CVES students.
"We look forward to coming back again soon," Boyce said.
On April 24, Central Valley Elementary School P.E. Instructor Josh Nuss presented students with prizes for their participation in Jump Rope For Heart.
The 16 CVES students who participated raised $1,092 ($218 more than what was raised in 2017)
The top three CVES fundraisers included Breyden Renner, who raised $375, Lane Foltz who raised $160 and Max Foltz who raised $160.
"Thanks to everyone who donated to a good cause," Nuss said. "Thanks to students for fundraising and to parents for allowing them to be a part of Jump Rope for Heart."