Lady Dragons win the first set 25-20 vs. Red Cloud!
Dragon Football 54 - Meridan 31 - Congratulations on the win!!!
It's Fun Math Friday in Ms. Kendall's room! Students reviewed math concepts by playing games!
The 2nd graders had surprise readers in the classroom today! Thank you, 7th graders! 📚
The Cross country team ran great tonight. Everyone on the team ran better times than last week and Gradyn placed 15th, running his best time of the year to qualify for the state cross country meet next week. Congratulations to Gradyn and good luck preparing to race at the state cross country meet next Friday at Kearney.
A joint effort from the 4th, 5th, and 6th graders during earned free time led to a completed 400 piece gummy bear puzzle!
Reminder: 2:00 Out, Friday 10/16/20
Congratulations to Easton Nash for being the first 7th grade student to successfully complete his hunter safety course 👍.
Update on TVC volleyball. Deshler will now play at 2:00 at Franklin. Saturday admittance will be by pre-purchased ticket only.
Thank you Reinke Manufacturing for coming out and speaking to our Industrial Arts students today! These students had a successful quarter learning how to manually code and create designs for the CNC mill!
Can you help us meet the needs of some students? https://www.deshlerpublicschools.org/page/student-needs-list Donations can be brought to school to the front office. Thank you for your support.
TVC Volleyball tickets are for sale at the school office today and tomorrow for Saturday's game. $5. MASKS will be REQUIRED to attend the TVC games.
FFA Land Judging Results: The team of Jayden Isernhagen; Grady McDonald; Makinna Peterson; and Stormi Capek placed first out of 69 teams from 20 schools at the area land judging contest. Jayden Isernhagen topped the field of 280 contestants with Grady McDonald earning second place individual honors. Other individuals placing in the top 10 percent were: Makinna Peterson; Stormi Capek; Abbi Tuma; Paiton Nash; Allie Vieselmeyer; and Bryn Kniep.
Kindergarten students spent their science time completing a pumpkin investigation.
Check out these automatic grass watering systems! The 5th graders all created successful systems!
The Music Boosters meeting for tonight has been postponed.
Tickets for the Twin Valley Conference volleyball tournament are available for purchase. Please contact Coach Parks, Coach Nash, or call the school with any questions. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for students and must be purchased in advance for Saturday. GO DRAGONS!
The 6th graders used straws, string, and tape to create a prototype of their hands. Most students were able to curl and relax their fingers on the prototype.
Updated schedule for JH VB Tri for today.
Good morning Dragons - Let’s make today great!!!