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Warrior Track starts season strong at Wakefield

     On March 29, the high school Southern Cloud Track and Field team, made up of 18 student-athletes (9 boys and 9 girls) made their 2018 season debut at the Wakefield Invitational.  It was the first time at the Wakefield Invitational for the Warriors, which is a very different meet.  Wakefield has a 300 meter track instead of the usual 400 meter track, the only time that SC will see that for the season (or ever).  Only five teams were in attendance, all 1A size schools (Clifton-Clyde, Hope, White City, Wakefield, and SC).         Though the . . .

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Warriors compete at NPL Powerlifting

     Fourteen students from the high schools in the Southern Cloud district spent the last day before spring break in Wilson to compete at the annual Northern Plains League Powerlifting meet.  At the meet, students get three attempts with the bench press, squat, and hang clean to see where they finish among other students in the league in their weight class.       Three students who attended finished top three overall for the cumulative weights they put up on the day.  Junior Kaitlyn Morris took third in the 132 pound girls’ division with a total of 390 . . .

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MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS

The Junior High students are preparing for the PTL Music contest April 25 at Courtland.  We wish them luck. The 7-12  Spring Concert is Thursday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the gym in Miltonvale.  You are invited.

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Third Grade Continues Work After Winter Break

Third Graders have been working hard since they have come back from Christmas Break. We are practicing for the State Assessment coming up in April. We have also been writing Stories, Personal Narratives, and How To papers.   Our class has learned about how plants grow, animals, and the ecosystems that they live in. Our experiment this week is to grow grass in different types of soil. We have used loam, clay, and sand. All the students agree that loam will grow the best.   The weather outside has been cold and snowy, but in our classroom the students are cheerful and excited about the up coming . . .

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News from the Art Department

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Senator Moran Visits MHS

SENATOR VISITS MILTONVALE HIGH SCHOOL US Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan) visited with students and staff at Miltonvale High School on Friday, November 17.  Seniors Jacey Fowler, Bailey Kennedy and Sienna Gray led Senator Moran on a tour of their high school.  He visited with all teachers and students that were present.  “I was a little nervous, so I just stood in the back and smiled for a while.  He educated us on his life and told us stories about when he was in high school.  What Sienna, Bailey and I experienced was a once in a lifetime thing.  I learned a lot . . .

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