Congratulations to these 6th, 7th & 8th Grade 3rd Quarter Gold Club Members. Keep up the good work!
Mr. Dougherty's 6th grade English class has been reading about Jackie Robinson. Today is Jackie Robinson Day in the MLB. Every player wears 42, and a group of students wrote 42 on their hands on their own this morning before school. It's cool to see students excited about what they're reading!
Ms. Hermsen’s Biology class did a lab to compare thermal energy in three different foods. They burned puff corn, marshmallows, and peanuts to see how much the temperature of the water increased.
High school students are preparing for the play. Mark your calendars!!
Parents of preschool aged children, Paula Nagle with Head Start will be at the Fisher Whiting Memorial Library in Mapleton tomorrow, April 15, 2021 taking applications for next school year.
This week, the students on the Costa Rica trip have been Kayaking at the Arenal Lake and visiting waterfalls. They are learning lots and having a great time.
Days of School Left...Algebra Edition
Yesterday our NHS members started volunteering to work as Crossing Guards for the Elementary. Two members volunteer each school day to help elementary students safely cross the street. Calliyah Mareau and Rachel Shupe helped yesterday.
Don’t forget about the girls basketball team’s flick board fundraiser. Order yours today! http://www.flickboards.com/gorams
The students on the Costa Rica trip are enjoying being immersed in a new culture this week!
On Friday the Foods I students worked on their stir fry unit. This looks like a spectacular meal!
Saturday was a windy day for MVAOCOU's first trap shooting competition of the season in Schaller!
The Spanish students are visiting the Irazu Volcano today.
Dawson Hamman is the Rams' first 20 mph sprinter of the year. Way to go, Dawson!
They made it! 12 MVAOCOU students have touched down in Costa Rica. Have a great time!
Costa Rica is calling, we must go! Wishing safe travels to our Spanish Club students, who are south-bound to Costa Rica this morning. We can't wait to see more pictures from their adventures!
Tuesday night the boys 4 x 100 that finished 4th. Will Forbes won the high jump finished 2nd in the 200m and 3rd in the 400m. Great job, Rams!
Middle school students took part in a live virtual assembly with Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan. 8th graders read the book, Four Perfect Pebbles, which is a memoir of her memories of her childhood experiences during the Holocaust. Great job setting this up, Ms. Boll
Miss Petersen created a March Madness poetry bracket where numerous written and spoken-word poems competed against each other to be crowned the students' favorite. After reading or listening closely, the students analyzed the poems and voted on their favorites!
No School Friday, April 2, 2021 & Monday, April 5, 2021