Congratulations to Justin and Hannah for being crowned Prom King and Queen. The following were candidates for Prom Court: Justin Peterson, Hannah Yantz, Megg Vaughn, Tanner Novotny, Shaye Stall, Brent Hirsch, Keden Boeve, Ashley Jackson, Althea Esteller and Blake...

Students from Fairbury High School competed at the SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference March 30-April 1st. There were many students from all over the state of Nebraska competing.  This year was the first year that...

The Fairbury Speech team had a great 2017 season! The speech team ended up with 43 medals total, which was 12 more than last year. The following participated in speech this year. Garret Ragland Bethany Klaumann Althea...

Congratulations to Fairbury’s Division II Reading Classics Team!  The team of Aldo Ramos, Eliza Kroeker, Casidy Sipek, Cora Tatro, and Ellie Tucker competed Saturday March 25 at the State Competition here in Fairbury. They...

Geometry students in Mrs. Julie Petersen's class built vocabulary words today.  Polyhedrons are constructed with faces, edges and vertices.  Our clay and toothpicks were a little messy, but a lot creative.  In the pictures you can...

The preschoolers in Miss Talbot's class have been learning about transportation, and today was police car. Chief of Police Chad Sprunk was able to come to our school today to show the preschoolers the...

Congratulations to Isaac Robertson who was selected to participate in the Nebraska Ambassadors of Music Tour to Europe this June! He will be visiting seven different countries, as well as taking an extended tour of...

FHS students in Mrs. Julie Petersen's Standards Math class calculate the probability of events.  First they determined the theoretical probability and then completed trials for an experimental probability.  Flip a coin, roll the dice and...

On March 20th, the Nebraska State Patrol visited Mr. Scott's Driver's Education class.  Officer Charlie Cook and Officer Tim Pickering spoke to the class about the importance of wearing seat belts, not being distracted...