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Sierra Blackburn, a member of the Superior Girls Basketball team has won the first June Ethic Award. The award honors a player who shows high-level dedication to improve their basketball skills and fundamentals. Sierra completed four individual basketball workouts the first week of June.

Superior FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) club officers for the 2020-2021 school year will be

Sierra Blackburn and Tia Hunter, co-presidents, Morgan Theis, vice president, Mya Mikkelsen, secretary, Laci Kirchhoff, treasurer, Alexa Cox, reporter, Sherice Frasier, historian, and Raven Page, social media coordinator.

Children need good nutrition all year long but when school is out during the summer months, many children may not have access to nutritious meals. So the Superior Schools offer a summer meal program to fill in the gap.

Superior Public Schools provide lunch Monday through Thursday from 11:30 to 12:30. This started June 1 and will go through July 30.

The lunch is free to all between the ages 1 and18.

All lunches must be picked up curbside at the main entrance to the high school.

The weight room is now open for to junior high students from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m., Monday through Friday.

Superior Public Schools will conduct a driver’s education class through the Nebraska Safety Center during the month of July. The class will be held July 6 through July 10 from 8 a.m. to

12:30 p.m.

Hopefully the class will be presented in person, but if this is unable to occur because of directed health measures that may still be in place, the students will have the option of taking the class online and completing the driving portion at a later date.

A commencement service for the high school Class of 2020 is currently planned for 10 a.m. Saturday, July 18.

If the new air conditioning system is installed and operational by then the event will be held in the high school gymnasium.

The school will follow the directed health measure and only allow about 300 people including graduates to attend, which is 25 percent of the gym’s rated capacity. This translates to about seven guests per graduate. But that number may change with directives expected on June 18 and July 1.

At this time masks will be optional but that also may change.

 

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