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Many children with autism spectrum disorders either underreact or overreact to sensory stimuli. At times they may ignore people speaking to them, even to the point of appearing deaf. However, at other times they may be disturbed by even the softest sounds. Sudden noises such as a ringing telephone can be upsetting, and they may respond by covering their ears and making repetitive noises to drown out the . . . read more
The High School Quiz Bowl team took top honors at the ESU 5 quiz bowl on April 1 at Thayer Central High School. They beat Meridian in the championship round. Both teams will advance to the state contest in Holdrege on April 29. Throughout the season, the team has been a top finisher at each competition they have . . . read more
The First Graders enjoyed a Norris Public Power Presentation on March 26. Mr. Chad Johnson visited all the elementary classrooms sharing a lesson on electricity. The students learned how to build a circuit and experimented with insulators and conductors. read more
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