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Cardinals Fly into Track Season

  What comes to your mind when you think of track season? You probably imagine sunny weather, green grass, and sun tans. Unfortunately, this has not been the case for the start of the Cardinals’ season. The prolonged winter weather had prohibited the team from practicing outside, so they have been stuck indoors. However, this hasn’t stopped them from training and preparing for the season ahead of them. . . .

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Math Club Adds on Two Competitions

  Last semester, three Math Club competitions were attended, at UNL (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), UNO (University of Nebraska-Omaha), and the Doane Math Day.  Sophomore Ashley Nierman placed 10th at Doane and 1st in Multiple Choice at UNO, while freshman MacKenzie Wagner placed 5th in Multiple Choice and Free Response and Aspen Binder placed 3rd in Multiple Choice.   The Greater Southeast Nebraska . . .

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Dancing Through the Cardinal and Black Show Choir Competition

On March 6, show choir teams from all around came to Harvard Public School to show off their skills and compete at the Harvard Cardinal and Black Show Choir Competition. The event was kicked off by Full Impact, Harvard’s middle school show choir. The students who partake in Full Impact meet one day a week for an hour to practice. “It was really fun to be able to be a part of show choir with my . . .

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Mentoring Works for all

You may know about TeamMates but there is another program that has been in the school for more than a decade. It was previously called Big Brothers Big Sisters but is now known as Mentoring Works. It is a great opportunity for high school students to meet with elementary students. There are a total of 15 matches. Senior Abbigail Wetherell has been apart of mentoring works for three years and has been with Madison Porter . . .

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