• Posted December 14, 2017

upcoming events at fillmore central

December 15 - FC Booster Club Hamburger Feed

December 21 - Pork Loin Sandwiches Sponsored by FFA, Serving starts at 5:00 p.m. $6 for sandwich, chips, bake beans and water

January 20 - Parents night for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading! Girls will be immediately after the boys' JV game. Boys will be immediately after the girls' varsity game. Cheerleading will be at half time of the boys varsity game.

**We still have stadium seats avaialble! They are $43 for the regular size and $47 for the wide seat.

** Activity passes are also available to purchase. It is $50 for one adult pass, and senior citizen passes are free!

** If you are interested in either a stadium seat or an activity pass, please call or email Dawn Temme at 402-759-3141 or dawn.temme@fillmorecentral.org

Are you keeping up to date with the activites at Fillmore Central? There's an app for that! Click here for Android. Click here for iPhone. Fillmore Central is a member of the Southern Nebraska Conference.

  • Posted November 21, 2017

7th Grade sewing

Seventh grade FCS finished up their sewing unit by completing their pillowcase project. They worked hard to finish them in the short amount of time allowed. And, as you can see, they are justifiably proud of them! Volunteer helpers in this class were Verlene Yates and Patti Wollenberg.

  • Posted November 21, 2017

fc Circle of Friends

Fillmore Central Middle School Circle of Friends activity was the time tested game of 'Spoons'! Lots of action...lots of fun!

  • Posted November 9, 2017

fc observes red ribbon week

Red Ribbon Week was observed at Fillmore Central Schools on October 23 – 26th. Several activities were planned to encourage students to choose to be Drug and Bully Free. Students submitted entries in a poster contest earlier in the month as part of Red Ribbon Week activities. The winning poster, which was made into a large banner at the elementary school was designed by Addison Graham. The winning poster made into a banner for the middle school was designed by Carly Lukes. An overall winner from the entire county was also chosen and the winner was Fillmore Central middle school student, Angelina Schademann. This poster will be made into a billboard along Highway 81 in the near future.

Students also had the opportunity to hear from Olympic Gold Medal winner, Curt Tomasevicz, during an assembly at both the elementary and the middle school. Tomasevicz encouraged students to face their fears and set goals for their future. The Fillmore County Coalition provided funding to bring Tomasevicz to speak to the students.

During the week students also participated in dress up days and also Mix it Up at lunch where they were randomly assigned seats at lunch so that they could interact with students they may not normally sit with.

  • Posted November 1, 2017

2nd Grade Art Class

The 2nd grade classes just completed harvest pictures. They learned how to draw farm equipment, and what colors to use for harvest colors. We also talked about how the crops would be dried out and brownish, to harvest. We also talked about the horizon line and how the sky is above it and the ground is below it. They also learned how to draw the field. They turned out great!

  • Posted October 31, 2017

Panther Black Circle of Friends

Panther Black Circle of Friends met this week and participated in a fun activity. Instructions included taking as much toilet tissue that "you need" without knowing what it was being used for. Some students took a large amount and some only took two or three squares! After each student had their amount, they had to share with the group something about themselves for each square of toilet tissue! Those students with large amounts were extremely creative with their responses!

  • Posted October 17, 2017

Circle of Friends

Fun Friday Fiesta for Fillmore Central Middle School Circle of Friends!

  • Posted October 3, 2017

roca berry farm

After learning about fall & the pumpkin life cycle, the Fillmore Central kindergarten classes had a great time at Roca Berry Farm this past Thursday. They explored the many fun play areas, enjoyed a picnic lunch and took a hayrack ride to pick the perfect pumpkin.

  • Posted September 26, 2017

sportsmanship summit

Students from Fillmore Central recently attended the Southern Nebraska Conference Sportsmanship Summit in McCool Junction, Nebraska. The guest speaker for the morning session was TJ Pierc,e the pole vault coach of the Nebraska Track and Field Team. Other activities that promote good sportsmanship within the SNC conference took place throughout the day.

  • Posted September 12, 2017

AgVenture Day

Our 4th grade students joined students from surrounding schools along with several members of the local FFA chapters to learn about agriculture on Monday morning at the Fillmore County Fairgrounds. The students attended livestock, by-product, aquifer, food ration, lassoing, and technology stations, completed activities, and enjoyed a grilled hamburger lunch.

  • Posted September 11, 2017

HURRICANE HARVEY

Fillmore Central Education Association (FCEA) wanted to help other schools that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. They decided to ask all FC and ESU staff to participate in a Jean’s Day. Each staff member wanting to participate would be able to donate $5 or more and in exchange wear jeans for the day. All three schools together raised almost $465. The elementary led in donations by contributing $210. Sally Bailey’s Pride Group, the Fire Breathing Rubber Duckies, also contributed their pretzel fundraising money to the cause. This helped FCEA to donate $500. All the donations will be given to the National Education Association and they will distribute the donations to schools to help provide relief for Hurricane Harvey. FCEA would like to thank all staff that participated and Mrs. Bailey’s pride group for their contribution.

  • Posted August 24, 2017

FC Booster club hamburger feed

Friday, September 1 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at the High School East Parking Lot. Come support the Panthers as we take on Sandy Creek. Panther apparel will be available.

GO PANTHERS!

  • Posted July 12, 2017

2017 Sports Night - sunday, july 30

The Fillmore Central athletic department will be hosting a 2017 Fall Sports night on Sunday, July 30 at the high school in Geneva. The event will begin at 5:45 p.m. and conclude with individual sports meetings. Here is an outline of the evening activities:

5:45 – 6:10 p.m. – Parents/students necessary forms into individual sports tables. Activity Handbook Signature page, NSAA Participation form, NSAA Student and Parent Consent Form, and the Preparticipation Physical Evaluation Clearance signed by your physician.

6:15 – 6:45 – Speaker

6:45 – Individual Sports meetings with coaching staff. (Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, and Softball)

The Fillmore Central Athletic Booster Club will be selling their athletic apparel that evening. We hope that you will support them and become a member of this group. In closing, if you can not attend on July 30, you must be sure that the forms are turned into the athletic office prior to your son/daughter attending practice.

GO PANTHERS!

  • Posted August 7, 2017

Macey novack artwork selected for nebraska calendar

Macey Novak had her artwork selected for The 2018 Nebraska: Don't Waste It Calendar. She was one of 13 students selected out of 1,500. The students whose submissions were selected were invited to a ceremony at the State Capitol on Friday August 4, where they were honored by Lt. Governor Mike Foley and NDEQ Director Jim Macy.

  • Posted July 12, 2017

Peter and wendy - children's theater audition & Performances

Open to students entering Grades 1st-12th. Performance supports a cast of 50-60 students. Auditions are July 17th from 10a - 12p at the Rialto II Theater and you must stay for the entire 2 hours (per Missoula Children's Theatter guidelines). First rehearsal is July 17th from 12:30p - 2:30p at the Rialto II Theater and pizza will be provided. Second rehearsal is Tuesday 18th - Friday 21st 10a-12p and 12:30p - 2:30p. Please bring your own sack lunch, morning and afternoon snacks will be provided. Performances are Saturday, July 22nd at 3p and 5:30p at the Rialto II Theather, free will offering.