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2nd Annual Turkey in Disguise Contest

November means it is time for Thanksgiving and all of the lessons and activities that go along with the holiday.  Last year, my students enjoyed our Turkey in Disguise contest so much, I just had to do it again this year.  Turkeys in Disguise is actually an idea that stems from an amazing children’s book Turkey Trouble.  If you do not have a copy of the book at home, a quick Google search will allow you to watch a reading of it online.   This year we invited Mrs. Pounds 3rd and 4th grade class to join in on the fun and her students did not disappoint!  In all, we had 14 student entries . . .

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News from the Glasco Art Room

We have a lovely Banded Garden Spider ( Argiope Trifasciata) joining us in the art room. She arrived just in time to celebrate Halloween with us! Anyone who has been around long enough knows she is the perfect class pet for us as she fits right in with my classroom decor. The students have voted to name her Spook, so Miss Spook will be spending some time learning art with us for a while.   In other news, the Kindergarten class has been learning about the color wheel and how to paint properly. They have made great strides since the beginning of the year! 1st - 6th grade are currently . . .

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Honor Rolls - MHS

First Quarter 2020-2021

        Superintendent's Honor Roll Name Grade     Morgan Coleman 12 Xavier Hunter 12 Kaeleb Mock 12 Ethan Kennedy 09   Principal's Honor Roll Name Grade     Rael Beals 12 Olivia Rolph 12 Evan Custer 11 Ronnie Newman 11 . . .

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Honor Rolls - GHS

First Quarter 2020-2021

          Superintendent's Honor Roll Name Grade     Hanna Cool 12 Shea McMillan 12 Braya Darnall 10 Peyton Walters 10 Bethany Demars 08   Principal's Honor Roll Name Grade     Athina Liby 12 Taylor Pearce 11 Gabe Rice . . .

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Title 1 and the Junior High Are Fighting Through The Covid!

Well, this has been a really strange year so far, but the kids of Miltonvale are doing a really great job of fighting through Covid – 19.  They are wearing their masks and social distancing when possible. “Title 1” is off to a good start with everybody trying to get back into a normal routine and improve their learning.  “Fast Forward” has been going well.  The kids really seem to enjoy it.  They come right in and get busy.”  Said Mr. Hatfield. At the junior high the kids are working on Kansas History in the 8th grade and Geography in the 7th . . .

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SC Cross Country Runs at Downs

Lakeside & NPL Meet

Last Thursday, we headed to Downs to run the Northern Plains League meet and the Lakeside Invitational. This year was a little different from past years. Usually, at this meet we run two different league meets and the Lakeside Invitational all at the same time. This year, the non NPL teams ran at 1 p.m. and the NPL schools ran at 4 p.m. It was great for us to allow the runners to know where they stood in placing for the NPL meet.   Peyton Walters ran in the Varsity girls’ race. She would run a great pace and around the same time for the meet compared to last year, but came up just short of medaling for . . .

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JH Lady Warriors Wrap Up Season

Monday, October 19, the Warriors participated in the PTL Tournament held in Miltonvale.  The ladies faced St. Johns/Tipton in the first match.  The opponents serving was top notch and earned them a total of 21 points with ace serves.  St. Johns/Tipton later went on to win the tournament.  The end scores of our game were 8-25 and 8-25.  The Warriors watched a couple games then faced off against Osborne.  We had not played Osborne in regular season play.  The Warriors had a hard time getting started.  The final scores were 14-25 and 8-25.  Osborne went on to get 2nd in . . .

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Math News

The 8th graders have been working on tables, graphs, and equations. To reinforce these skills, they did an activity on desmos.com called “Turtle Time Trials.” It was the first time this class had used desmos so I had them work in groups. The activity started with an animation of two turtles racing and they had to write a story that went along with it. Then they completed a table of values that they used to figure the speed of the second turtle. They had to defend their answers by explaining how they got the answer and how it made sense to them. The next section had them create a graph for a race with three turtles. . . .

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2020-21 School Year Approved Calendar

BOE Revised & Approved - 7/27/2020

To view the calendar, click on the following link: USD 334 2020-2021 District Calendar This is a PDF file.

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Unofficial Minutes of 2020 - 21 BOE Meetings

The unofficial minutes of 2020 - 2021 USD 334 BOE Meetings can be viewed by clicking on the dates of the minutes you want to read.   July 13, 2020 Regular Board Meeting July 27, 2020 Special Board Meeting August 10, 2020 Regular Board Meeting August 10, 2020 Special Board Meeting September 14, 2020 Regular Board Meeting      

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