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Talented Students Place in NeTA Contest


Every February, students across the state of Nebraska submit their work to the Nebraska Educational Technology Association’s (NeTA) student contests.    NeTA’s mission is “providing leadership and promoting the application of technology to the educational process.”  Every fall and spring NeTA puts on conferences focused on helping educations utilize technology effectively in the classroom.   As a result, students create work that deserves to be showcased!


This year, Thayer Central Community Schools had four students medal in three different categories.    In Still Images (9-12) division, Maddison Williams (11) placed first with a composite photo she created of a picture her grandmother had on her wall and herself.

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 In addition, Brooklynne Mumford (9) placed third with a photo of a sunflower she took on her way to school - both photos were taken for their Digital Photography class.   In Still Images (Pre-K to 2), Max Lanik (1) placed second with a photo he took at the Pike Place fish market in Seattle, Washington.
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   Finally, Aubrey Fangmeier (12) was runner up in the Interactive Media category for his expansive Minecraft project he built during his genius hour project in Mrs. Lanik’s English class.   He built the entire high school using the software.   Click here to view


Congratulations to these students for their excellent work!   They competed against schools and students statewide and were recognized for their talents.  

Talented Students Place in NeTA Contest

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