Choir students earn spots at NMEA music festival
Students at Pius X High School have auditioned and earned spots in an upcoming music festival hosted by the Nebraska Music Educators Association.
Austin Reinke, Bede Fulton, Cameron Jarnigan, Emma Goeden, James Kruml, John Blatchford, Julia Suelter, Liam Kreikemeier, Maria Rutledge, Morgan Framke, Nikolas Barger, Rebekah Sweeney, Sam Rice (Note: this is the most number of students Pius X has ever had earn a spot in this chorus)
Middle Level Barbershop Honor Choir (Freshman)
Soprano: Lydia Hotovy, Claire Rohrs, Annie Cassidy, Valerie Hosek, Julia Mulloy, Emma Earheart
Alto: Maddie Miller, Jewel Reif, Grace Volkmer, Allison Konz, Cadence Watson, Maggie Jarnagin
Tenor: Nicholas Heidelberg, Kevin Pynes, Joseph Kottwitz, Joseph Heimbrecht
Bass: Thomas Schinstock, Henry Meyer, Joe Seeman, Simon Minchow, Luke Andres, Jacob Bellmyer
Middle Level Barbershop Honor Choir (Upper Classmen)
Soprano: Thea Kohmetscher, Meredith Gamet, Emma Ogea, Colleen O’Gara, Emma Goeden, Felicity Suelter, Laura Konz, Miranda Horner, Maria Sweeney, Kate Mulloy, Brooklyn Guess, Sarah Vagts, Olivia Nelson
Alto: Jessica Honz, Miranda Holcomb, Rachel Mild, Amy Reisher, Audrey Aschoff, Meagan Heimbrecht, Ashlynn Dodd, Hannah Rohrs, Maria Rutledge, Danielle Brandon, Natalie Bender, Sophi Throener Rodriguez, Rebekah Sweeney, Rosie Lang, Morgan Framke, Julia Suelter, Mary Therese Baumgartner, Maddie Kucera, Maddie Birch
Tenor: David Hanzl, Rodney Cruz, Andrew Socha, Brandon Birch, Aaron Vrbka, Reicher Martinez, Raphael Pepino, Alex Wagner, Bede Fulton, Cameron Jarnagin
Bass: David Krueger, Logan Walker, Payton Anderson, Miles Springer, Tyler Hosek, Austin Reinke, Gabriel Clark, Brian Bui, John Blatchford, Nik Barger
Spanish IV students had a bazar day in their classroom, trading and bartering for goods using the Spanish language.
Student-investors battled bears and bulls in the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge on Innovation Campus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Ten student-athletes from Pius X High School were recognized for having committed and signed to play a sport in college.