Science on the Platte

Last weekend was the Nebraska State USAYESS Shoot. As a team we did pretty well, we took home some team medals and individual medals. It was a pretty fun three days. On Monday and Tuesday I went to a conference at Rowe Sanctuary to dive deeper into the Nebraska state science standards. It was a […]


It’s June first! I like June, my birthday is this month and it’s the one month between School and detasseling that I don’t have to work. I still do work on stuff, I’ve started my dual credit class for the fall and I have a workshop next week but I don’t HAVE to do anything. […]

Nebraska City

Good morning, I’m writing today from the Lied Lodge in Nebraska City. Megan surprised me with a getaway for a couple of days. We got here last night and today are going to explore the Arbor Day Farms stuff. Megan has only been here once and I’ve only been once more in 4th grade. It’ll […]


Finals are done here at Kearney Catholic and we’re out for the summer. We’ve had a great semester in all 4 of my classes. It’s always a mix of feelings during this time of the year ranging from excitement to be done and sadness to leave. I think the students are ready to go and […]

Final Friday

The last Friday of the school year is upon us and we’re wrapping things up here at KCHS. The 7th graders took their human body test yesterday and started their semester reviews and the bio students did likewise today. Those tests went well, which is nice for our last one of the semester. The seniors […]

Seniors last week and state trap

It was the last week at Kearney Catholic for seniors and as such it’s always an interesting week. There’s a mix of excitement to be done and sadness to leave, but overall I think the week went well. We finished up with a test in advanced biology and then some more labs in chem. I […]

Pig week!

The biggest thing we did this week in my class was dissect fetal pigs. We spent 4 days dissecting them and looked at their digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, and nervous systems. It’s a fun lab and really helps wrap up the year in advanced bio. The 7th graders have started the human body and the […]