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Bartlett Bits from Mrs. Tetschner

Wheeler Central  9th grade student Jayna Guggenmos, daughter of Tony and Kelly Guggenmos, competed  in the  D-3 Cross Country State Competition in Kearney, October 22.  Jayna is a member of the CWC Cross Country team.  Her coaches are Ashley Harrison and Derek Mahoney.  

      The competition was held at the Kearney Country Club with girls running at noon, boys at 1:00 p.m. Jayna completed the race placing 83rd with a time of 24:01:3. 

   Ethan Moses, a member of the CWC Cross Country team and a senior at Chambers High School, competed at the state meet placing 61st with a time of 19:07:4 

     District Cross Country competition was held in Ainsworth, October 14.  Jayna placed 9th with a time of 22:23:4 and Ethan placed 7th with a time of 18:13:7.  These placings made them eligible to compete at the state competitions.  

     Congratulations Jayna and Ethan on your accomplishments.  It took lots of hard work and great coaches.    

     Saturday morning, October 30, Wheeler Central school board,  a panel  of Wheeler Central staff and panel of  Wheeler County residents  interviewed three candidates for the Wheeler Central Superintendent position for the school year 2022-2023. The interviews took place in the Wheeler Central High School building.   

   Each candidate was asked approximately 20 prearranged questions and was interviewed three times: by a panel of community members, a panel of faculty members and the school board.    After each interview perceived strengths, areas of concern and leadership qualities of each candidate were discussed and notated.  These statements were given to the school board to be considered.  The board would then discuss the candidates and make possible hiring decisions. 

     A delicious  lunch was enjoyed by all who were involved in the interviewing process.  The lunch included  a variety of soups, slider sandwiches, desserts, tea and punch  and was prepared and served by Kendra Croxen   

     Mr. Rodney Olson, current Wheeler Central Superintendent and Principal announced his resignation this fall, after faithfully serving the school for five years.  He will complete the 2021-2022 school year.