Verne Hickok expresses his gratitude for everyone who helped make his 85th birthday party on September 1st so amazing!
Verne shared that his family worked so hard to throw the surprise tailgate, complete with hot dogs, chips, and even homemade cupcakes. “Thank you to Donn, Vikki, Emily, Cody, Jacob, Paige, and Maddy. What makes it even more special was that my son David from Twin Falls, Idaho, and my friends Loni and Kerry Fox from Lincoln were able to make the trip to celebrate with me!”
Verne was greeted by the volleyball team, who, in addition to a spirited rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’, presented him with a ‘Verne’s Vintage Volleyball, which was autographed by the girls.
Verne extends his gratitude and thanks to the volleyball team and congratulates them on an awesome season. He also thanks the cheer team for making him a handmade card. Also, the football team for singing him happy birthday and invited him to break down the huddle.
The highlight of the night was when the band director, Logan Gregory, directed the band members to serenade him with their version of ‘Happy Birthday’. Verne exclaimed that, “It was not a bad way to start off my 85th birthday!”
Verne is grateful to the Centura Community for the wonderful show of support! He was humbled and is ready to cheer on the Centura students in all the upcoming activities. Finally he said, “I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy, and safe 2018.
CONGRATULATIONS to Emily Krolikowski who has been selected to play in the NSAA All Star Volleyball match in Lincoln during the 2018 Nebraska Coaches Clinic All Star game. The match will take place on Tuesday, July 24th at Lincoln North Star High School!Continue reading →
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FFA/FBLA Annual Holiday Food Drive The Centura FFA/FBLA Annual Holiday Food Drive began on Monday, December 4th and will run for two consecutive weeks. Students may hand in food from 8:00-8:20am each morning in the 100 pod. Prizes will be drawn each day for those that bring food. The winning class will earn a pizza […]Continue reading →
Congratulations to Diana Ramirez, Molly Nitsch, Madison Hickok, Grace McDonald, Kiana Schuster, and Colten Seevers for making it into the UNK honor choir ensembles! Over 1,000 students from across the state auditioned to participate in this honor choir program. We are very proud that every student from Centura who auditioned made it in to one […]Continue reading →
Weekly: Students meet once a week. During this time they are working to create their own Breakout Edu challenge. The concept is similar to an Escape room, only they strive to solve puzzles to unlock different locks and break into the box. Elementary students are working by grade level to create a breakout for their […]Continue reading →