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FCS and FCCLA Update - 2020

By Mary Lou Vossler, FCS Instructor and FCCLA Advisor

    FCS Classroom News-   Within the E-M FCS classroom you can find the students doing the following things:  Foods & Nutrition are finishing up constructing their "food . . . read more

Art News

By Lisa Kanode, K-12 Art Instructor

  We’ve learned to recycle clay in the art room so with all the extra clay laying around we have taken advantage of making a lot of hand built and wheel thrown pottery. Fifth graders are doing a simple study of ancient . . . read more

Language Arts Happenings

By Ashley Stutzman, E-M Language Arts Instructor

Hello from the Exeter-Milligan 10-12 English and Journalism classroom!    It has been a busy semester, and I can’t believe the holiday break is almost here. One of the projects that has kept us busy this . . . read more

Math Primes

by Jackson Krejci

    Mr. Krejci's 7th grade Math students began their 4th chapter of the year by introducing prime numbers. Prime numbers include any number that has two factors, 1 and itself. The goal for students by the end of . . . read more

Science can be messy… But that is the best part! 

By Matt Nicholas, Exeter-Milligan Science Instructor

      In eighth grade earth science this week, students were exploring the composition of local soil. Each of them brought a sample of soil from their homes. They were then tasked to analyze all of the . . . read more

UNL Math Day

by Mary Kay Pribyl

    Exeter-Milligan students participated at UNL Math Day.  All students took the PROBE Exam and the top 3 scores from E-M determined the team standing.  Exeter-Milligan placed 4th in Class VI. The quiz . . . read more

History Harvest

by Brian Murphy

  Several Exeter-Milligan students recently participated in a History Harvest with Judy Dinneen. During the morning visit, students scanned over 70 photos about the local community from her albums. The project started two . . . read more

Come Fly with Us!

by Lisa Ricenbaw

      The Spanish 2 students put into action what they learned about air travel by performing a skit going through each phase.  Travelers Casey Jindra and Brock Steuben started out taking a . . . read more

PE News

by Darcy White

Exeter-Milligan PE News By Darcy White, PE/Health Instructor     K-2 PE in Exeter:  Students have practiced soccer and locomotor skills, as well as rolling, catching, kicking, . . . read more

One-Act Play

by Valerie Barnhart | November 1, 2019

The Exeter-Milligan One Act cast and crew are preparing for their first performance on November 3, 2019. The performance will be held at Exeter High School at 2:00 P.M. with the FCCLA providing a dessert after the play.  The public . . . read more

Social Studies Synopsis

by Brian Murphy

    A variety of subjects are being discussed in Mr. Brian Murphy's social science classes. In eighth grade history, students are diving into the American Revolutionary War. Freshmen in Geography started out the . . . read more

Farmers Mutual Commercial

The EMF Bobcats football team was featured in a Farmers Mutual of Nebraska commercial this past year.    There are two versions of the commercial.       To watch this commercial the 30 sec clip . . . read more

Murphy Places at State Speech

Cailtin Murphy, a junior at Exeter-Milligan, recently competed at the State Speech Meet in Kearney. Her 2nd place finish at the district level garnered her the opportunity to take on the state's best in Informative Speaking.  Caitlin . . . read more

Vossler Named FCS Teacher of the Year

Mary Lou Vossler, the Family and Consumer Science teacher at Exeter-Milligan, was recently selected as the Nebraska Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (NAFCS) Teacher of the Year! Congratulations Mary Lou!!!! read more

Hyped for Halftime

January 15, 2014

The Pepsi Hyped for Halftime Milligan commercial is here! Click here for the Commercial read more

Industrial Technology Students Go Green

October 12, 2012

Each fall the Industrial Technology students begin their building projects.  Over the years many deer blinds have been constructed.  This year Robert Harre and Nolan White decided to put a new spin on the project, they decided to go . . . read more

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