The Middle School Student Council had a cookie decorating activity after the Anthon building participated in a kindness challenge. Each student in the Anthon building was able to decorate their own cookies.
On Sunday, February 6th, the Music Department will be hosting a Mattress Sale at MVAOCOU High School. There will be Therapedic, Wellsville and Englander mattresses on display available in all sizes. Priced up to 50% below retail store prices. Pillows, mattress protectors, sheet sets, bed frames, box springs, CordaRoys Convertible Bean Bag Chairs, weighted blankets, bed frames, adjustable bed bases and Infinity Massage Products also available! The Music Department benefits from EVERY purchase made! Tell your friends and if you are considering a mattress, pillow(s), sheet set(s) or any other sleep accessories to come out to see us on Sunday, February 6th, from 10am-4pm at the MVAOCOU High School! Our Goal is to raise $6,000+ this year! Here is the link to the Facebook event, where we will post about our products, payment options, and other event information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1213448182500060
MVAO Middle School StuCo members are preparing for Christmas cookie decorating on Monday, December 20th.
Check this out! The Anthon Elementary made US News' list of the country's best elementary schools. Congratulations to the students and staff in that building! https://www.usnews.com/education/k12/iowa/anthon-elementary-210613
The Rams girls JV and varsity basketball teams came away with some big wins last night over Woodbury Central. The boys were not victorious but put forth a great effort!
The Mapleton Elementary and High School students had their winter music concert last night. They did a fantastic job!
If you can't make it to the game, listen to the Rams take on the Wildcats live on the RamCast tonight!
A Ram Christmas tree was spotted in the Valley.
Tomorrow, December 14th, you can earn free admittance into the MVAOCOU vs. Woodbury Central basketball game in Mapleton by bringing in a jar of peanut butter or jelly to contribute to Security National Bank's "Spread the Joy" PB&J Drive. See you there!
Yesterday morning in Mapleton the boys basketball team did a great job as the Rise & Shine Rams greeters! The students enjoyed the high fives and fist bumps from a few of our basketball players and coaches. Go Rams!
The Rams continue to make gains in the weightroom. Destiny Widemon is the new school record holder for bench press, Thomas Hayden made the board for bench press, and Kayden Bracy got to ring the PR bell this week. Great job, Rams!
There will be no Saturday Basketball tomorrow, Saturday, December 11, 2021.
Mapleton Elementary is celebrating the countdown to Christmas break by dressing up for the 12 Days of Christmas! This week students dressed in ugly sweaters, tree toppers, presents, and Christmas movie characters.
Today was the last Computer Science Week activity and the 3rd graders worked with a partner to debug a code. They also had fun dressing up to celebrate the week together.
High school students completed Hour of Code activities this week as a part of Computer Science Week.
Last night the boys and girls basketball teams both defeated River Valley in their home match-up. Go Rams!
Yesterday’s morning professional development for the Mapleton Elementary teachers was led by elementary art teacher Mrs. K. She taught them all about different fine motor skills and strategies that can be used in the classroom. Thank you Mrs. K!
On Tuesday, December 14th, you can earn free admittance into the MVAOCOU vs. Woodbury Central basketball game in Mapleton by bringing in a jar of peanut butter or jelly to contribute to Security National Bank's "Spread the Joy" PB&J Drive. See you there!
The 5th graders in the Anthon building celebrated their D.A.R.E. graduation this week. Congratulations, kids.
The Anthon PK-8 Building engaged in Hour of Code on Wednesday, December 8th as a part of Computer Science Week.