Dianne Vap's sixth grade class shoveled, carried, and raked out wood chips on Phase I of the Hayden Wildlife Nature Trail. After their hard work the class played a learning game about migration and were treated to a popsicle. The Rawlins County Conservation District provided water for the thirsty students. The project was sponsored by the OWLS Committee and was supervised by Diane Montgomery-Cox, Amber Barnes, Brenda . . .
Atwood FFA Receives Monsanto Grant America’s Farmers Grow Communities Grant, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, has partnered with farmers to make a positive impact in farming communities across America. Jan Crouse, a local farmer, has designated the $2,500 Monsanto Working Together To Grow Communities grant she won to the Atwood FFA. The Community Grant will be used to improve the school . . .
FFA Week The Atwood FFA Chapter had another fun and successful FFA week this year. FFA week kicked off by attending church with the president Gracyn Higley at Redeemer Lutheran church on Sunday, February 19th. On Monday the FFA held a community breakfast burrito feed in the commons area at the high school. On Monday officers also went to the grade school . . .