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2018 Driver's Education

Driver's Education Classes for 2018 are set to begin February 26th, 2018.  Eligible Thayer Central students or their parents may contact Josh Lanik  at the school (402-768-6117) or by email. Student Information Sheet Driver's Ed Parent Meeting Video Thayer Central Drivers’ Education Class Topics/Assignments     Textbook:   AAA How to . . .

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FFA Proficiency Degree Making Gold

FFA Proficiency Degree Making Gold Three of Thayer Central’s FFA members completed their FFA Proficiency Degrees this week and two of them will be going on to State! Kourtlyn Kugel completed her proficiency in Agricultural Communications based on her SAE, working at Central Market, where she received a Gold for her fine work. Logan Luehring completed his proficiency in Diversified Agriculture based on his SAE, working . . .

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Student Council's Spring Blood Drive

  Student Council’s Spring Blood Drive   Spring is the season of new life and rejuvenation.  With that in mind, it’s also a great time to donate blood to help save a life.  On March 22nd, High School Student Council will be hosting another blood drive conducted by the Nebraska Community Blood Bank.  The blood drive will take place in the parking lot north of the high school . . .

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Electromagnetic Force

Electro Magnetic Force: 8 th Grade Science Unit   A “Mystery Box” and unexplained flying paper clip are part of the new FOSS Science curriculum Thayer Central 8 th graders are exploring. While students have visited the mystery box in 6 th grade they are adding new twists with different shaped magnets and materials. Magnetism is similar to gravitational force in that they are both invisible. Learning . . .

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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 . . .

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