Friday, September 21, 2018
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Habitudes takes over city

Students use career-ready curriculum that includes community service

Another piece of the puzzle was wedged into place March 9.
Gothenburg High School math teacher Kent Koehn described the army of students that descended upon the city in the morning as filling in a piece of the puzzle.
Some raked leaves at various locations while others stuffed Easter eggs or placed gaskets on cores as part of Habitudes, a new curriculum at GHS this year.
 “This is a great opportunity to give back and show them where they fit into the community,” Koehn said. “They are growing the community and making it a better place.”




















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