The FFA students are dead tired up on the Boundary Waters!
The softball team played Lawton-Bronson last night at home. The Rams won both games (Varsity 11-1 & JV 15-6)! Thanks for sharing your photos with us, Ellen Mallory!
The FFA is taking its annual summer trip to the Boundary Waters. This is from Day 1 in Ely. Thunderstorms and rain to kick off the trip!
The Rams celebrated two wins last night with a team cookout. Great job, Rams!
TheRamCast will be broadcasting various baseball and softball games this summer. Tune in to support the Rams if you can't be at the games!
Girls Basketball Camp is coming up! Papers will be coming home with elementary students this week!
Spanish 2 and 3 are cooking authentic Hispanic for finals. Molly made a Tres Leches cake. Anna made Mango Salsa, and Keely made Pico de Gallo.
Los Tres Amigos, searching for clues in a past tense scavenger hunt.
The Summer Meal Program for Students is Back! Check Out the School Website for Menus!
Good Luck to Camryn Boyle, the MVAOCOU Freshman who is golfing at the Regional golf meet today in Hull!
On the first day of school, the Senior Class watched the sunrise together at the football field. Yesterday, on their last day of school, they grilled burgers and watched the sunset (sort of...it was cloudy) and spent one final evening together as a class.
This morning, short pep rallies were held across the district for Will Forbes, MVAOCOU Junior, who will be high jumping at the State Track & Field Meet tomorrow morning at 9:00 am. Follow Ram Track & Field to watch Will jump live!
The Girls Golf Team rounded out their season yesterday, with the exception of Camryn Boyle who is moving on to the next round of districts. The girls had a great season, and Cadence Koenigs was recognized as 1st Team All Conference.
The girls golf team had their Regional meet today at Willow Vale. MVAOCOU Freshman Camryn Boyle placed 6th Individually and will move on to compete for a chance to play at the State Tournament on Monday at Hull. The team fell just short of a win and ended their season today.
This weekend Kael Hamann, Olivia Beeson, and Hunter Maier competed in the Mike Henderson JH State Track meet. They all did an amazing job and had a lot of fun in the process. Hunter Maier, who is in 7th grade ran a 33.86 second 200 hurdle and a 20.24 100m hurdle! Olivia Beeson ran a personal best in the 1500m with a 5:40.07, with that time Olivia came home with a 4th place medal! Kael Hamann took 3rd in both the 800m and 1600m run with a 2:17.00 and a 5:04.55! Good job all three of you, we are all very proud of you!
Days of school left... PreCalculus edition. Thanks for sharing, Mrs. Christensen!
Yesterday Mrs. Scholl's FCS classes had guest speaker Lowell Lee come in and demonstrate how to make homemade ice cream. The end product got rave reviews!
Tomorrow 3 athletes from the middle school will be competing in the Mike Henderson Middle School State Track Meet. Kael Hamann in the 8th grade 1600 and 800, Olivia Beeson in the 8th grade 1500, and Hunter Maier in the 7th grade 100 and 200 hurdles. They will all be competing in the small school division as of right now only the girls meet will be live-streamed on the site attached. If I find the boys meet I will send it out before they race tomorrow! Olivia will run around 5 pm Hunter and Kael Should run their events staring 10:30am or 11am https://www.aatiming.com/track-meet-results
The JH Girls team had the most successful year of any team in the last 15 years with two first-place finishes and one second-place finish. They continually hit PR's throughout the season and grew as a unit as they did. During our Second to last meet, the girls managed to score 180 points all together which was the highest point total from any team or meet we saw the entire year! The girls should be very proud of themselves and excited for continued success in the years to come.
During the Jr. High track season Kael Hamann ran mostly 800s and 1600s. He set out on a chase to take down a 21-year-old record of 5:09.28 in the mile run. It took him 3 tries to get to a 5:09.40 which just barely missed it. After that performance, he never looked back. He went on to run a 5:02 and then ran his best race with a 5:01.82 at the conference meet! Congratulations Kael on a successful 8th-grade season!!