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Congratulations to Tyson for winning the Booth Feeds Logo Contest. Tyson's design was top pick and the winner of a $25 out twenty six DOHS art student entries! Booth Feeds is a business in Beatrice NE.
Diller-Odell Art Club sponsored their annual Third Grade Art Coloring Contest. All third grade art students colored a version of artist Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night. The contest was lesson on texture, color, and art history. First place was Jack, second place Berkelee, and third place was Grace. Congratulations to all three students!
The junior high boys basketball team got second place at the Falls City Sacred Heart ournament Saturday, Dec. 3rd. The Griffins beat Lourdes CC, but lost to Sacred Heart in the finals.
The 5th Graders learned about different Native American tribes that settled in the United States. As a conclusion to this unit, each student chose a type of Native American home to build. They then had to answer some questions about what tribe would have built this home, what would they have used, why they would have built this type of home, and what they used to build it. It is always fun to see each student’s creativity with this activity.
Preschool Enrollment Protocol
Preschool enrollment guidelines are set according to Diller-Odell Public Schools sliding fee scale that has been formulated specifically for our preschool program. First, priority is given to families who have children who turn 4 years of age on or before July 31st of the calendar year and living within the Diller-Odell Public Schools district. Second, priority is given according to family needs such as income, special needs, and ELL (English Language Learners) speaking families.
Diller-Odell Public Schools Little Griffins Preschool Sliding Fee Scale:
Special Education (IEP): No Cost
Free Meal Program Eligibility: No Cost
Reduced Meal Program Eligibility: $55.00/per month
Full Pay Meal Program Eligibility: $110.00/per month
A total of 13 slots are filled in our all-day preschool program. The maximum occupancy for the program is 14 students, which leaves one extra spot for a child with special needs. Applications are mailed out to families that are listed on the census in January of the upcoming school year. An acceptance letter is mailed to families after a March 1st deadline of the upcoming school year.
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