New National Honor Society Members inducted to Pope John XXIII Chapter

At a special National Honor Society Induction Ceremony held during school mass on Tuesday, December 11th, six new members were welcomed into the Pope John XXIII Central Catholic High School Chapter in Elgin.  New members include sophomores…

Pope John Grocery Sales Fundraiser Successful!

  Started in 1995, the Pope John XXIII Central Catholic's Grocery Sales Project has become an annual fundraiser completed by Pope John students.  They had a very successful year due to the efforts and cooperation of our area…

Christmas Ribbon Tree

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office,…

Fifth Graders Put Life Science in Action

The 5th grade students finished Life Science with Mrs. Starman last week. The last two weeks of the quarter were spent demonstrating their understanding of the science standards. The students did this by creating a model that showed the flow of energy and the cycling of matter in a food chain. They worked hard and did a great job!

St. Boniface Elementary Receives Grant for New Program

Sixth grade families at St. Boniface Elementary in Elgin will benefit from a new program offering made possible by a grant from the Omaha Archdiocesan Education Fund. The program called LoveEdhelps empower parents to teach both the theology…

2018-19 Enrollment Shows Growth

Pope John XXIII and St. Boniface Catholic Schools has a total enrollment of 133 students for the 2018-19 school year. Pope John XXIII Central Catholic, which offers grades 7-12,  graduated a class of sixteen seniors in May and they were followed …

Invenergy Presents Scholarships

Luke Hinkle of Invenergy presented two Pope John Seniors with scholarships on Monday, May 7th.  Calli Krebs, daughter of Jeff and Lynette Krebs and Nickol Payne, daughter of Ray and Peggy Payne each received $750 to put towards their college…