The Centura Central Valley Diamonds traveled to Cozad for District play on Thursday, October 6. They played Chase County at noon, losing 2-12 in four innings of play. Shelby Budde and Molly Nitsch were the two runs scored. At 6:00, CCV played Southern Valley/Alma. After a hard fought battle, CCV ended their season with a second loss at districts with a score of 12-15. Budde had 2 singles and Jasmine Miller had a single and a triple during the seven innings of play. CCV finished their season with 6 wins and 15 losses.
I’d like to nominate Stacie Loeffelholz for staff member of the week. She does such an amazing job with the Media Class and Centura Vision productions. We have the best entertainment around during our home games. I think it’s because of her ability to educate and motivate her students to bring out their very best. Kudos to you, Mrs. L!
Grand Island Central Catholic Tops CCV
Last Thursday at Cairo Grand Island Central Catholic defeated the Centura/Central Valley Diamond 16 to 1 as the pounded out 14 hits.
The Lady Diamonds had five hits. Ragan Wood had two singles, Allyson Dugan a double, while Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each had a single.
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GICC 023 0 11 = 16 14 1
CCV 100 0 0 = 1 5 4
article by John Smyth
Kent Boughton, NTV chief meterologist, visited Mrs. Gross’ 8th grade Social Studies classroom today to talk about ‘Weather in Nebraska’. Checkout NTV news tonight at 6:00pm for more pictures and information.
The Centura Elementary Reading Challenge starts on Monday, October 3rd. Each grade level has different goals each month to reach, if a student reaches their goal, they will be able to participate in the end of the month activity. Students that reach all 7 months will have a special prize at the end of the year in May. Below is the list of monthly activities.
Oct.: Minute to win it; Nov.: Relay Races; Dec.: Board games with HS students; Jan.: Free Choice activities; Feb.: Beach Luau; Mar.: Pie in teacher’s face; Apr.: Water Fight
Grades 3-4 and 5-6: Same as grade K-2 or
Oct.: Grade vs. Grade Kickball; Nov.: Snacks; Dec.: Grade vs. Grade Dodgeball; Jan.: Free Choice Activities; Feb.: Board Games; Mar.: Pie in Teacher’s Face; Apr.: Water Fight
We hope that all students participate each month, it will help students’ reading abilities and they get to have fun. Parents, read to your children and watch them read and ask questions about what they are reading.
Elementary parents, your child will be bringing home a booklet to be filled out with addresses of people you know. Each completed booklet will earn $5.50 for the elementary. All you have to do is fill out each booklet and have your child bring it back to school. There is no selling of any products. Each coupon filled out will be mailed to the address and those that receive it will have an option to buy magazines, but are not required to if they choose not to. This is not mandatory, but each booklet will help raise money for extra fun things students will do at school this year. Students that bring back their booklets will get a small prize and be entered to win a Minnion robot. Thank you for your help.