Schaben has first honey harvest for SAE project

How much do you know about bees? Did you know that one beehive can produce anywhere from 60 to 100 pounds of honey every year? That’s a lot of honey!
Branigan Schaben, a junior at Arapahoe High School, is learning all that he can about bees for his SAE project in FFA. Schaben has been a beekeeper for about a year after his former FFA instructor, Colin Kubik, suggested he raised bees for his project.

 

Renken joins Arapahoe teaching staff

 Jaclyn Renken as the new third grade teacher at Arapahoe Public Schools. Renken is a 2013 graduate from Bertrand community schools and a 2017 graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education. This will be her first year of teaching her own class.
Renken’s family still lives in Bertrand, her father, Brad, is the head track coach and assistant cross country coach and her mother, Kathy, works in the elementary computer lab, also in Bertrand. She has three older siblings, Steph, Jeff and Josh. Outside of the classroom Renken enjoys reading and spending time with her family.

 

 

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2 Comments on "Front Page News"

  1. Hi, I’ve tried to email you results of the Jr high volleyball scores without success….are you receiving them? What is your email address? Here are the results from last Thursday game, September 14th. Arapahoe vs Elwood….loss in 3 sets. We play tomorrow September 19th at 4:00.

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