Link to 2020 NPL Basketball Tournament Bracket(Boys and Girls)
Game 1 vs. Thunder Ridge The Warriors started off the NPL league tournament in an #8 vs. #9 match-up with the Longhorns from Thunder Ridge. The team struggled with transition defense on the night and giving up way to may lay-ups to the Longhorns and falling 34-53. The team had balanced scoring on the night with Gabe 12, Morgan 4, Jackson 6, Nevyn, 8, and Bryson 4. The boy’s had 23 turnovers which lead to the Longhorns playing their fast style of play and the Warriors did not recover. Gabe was a beast on the boards and ended with 12 rebounds. The loss put the Warriors in the losing side of the bracket in . . .
The Southern Cloud Warriors closed out the regular season with a tough loss to the Rock Hills Grizzlies on Thursday night. The Warriors had one little dry patch the last 3 minutes of the 2nd quarter where they were outscored 10 – 0. The rest of the game they tried to catch up and almost did, getting it back to a 3 point game in the 4th quarter, but a couple of long range shots didn’t fall in the last minute and Rock Hills was able to hang on for the win. The final score was 29 – 23. Rock Hills was led by Aaron Sterling with 8 points and Kale Whelchal with 8 points as . . .
1st, 2nd and kindergarten have been having wonderful trips to the nursing home on Friday mornings. One week we read our books to them and our sight words. Then the next week we do an activity or craft. One of our favorite crafts was coloring. We have so much work to do during class that we do not have a lot of time to just color. We colored some cool looking penguins last week and everyone enjoyed making patterns on them. Another thing that we did right before Christmas break was ride our pretend polar express and drink hot cocoa. We even got to wear our PJ’s! What a fun day that was. I think that may have been . . .
Class has been very busy for the kindergartners since returning from Christmas break. We are now beginning to work on 1st grade rules (walking in a line down the hall without talking, staying in our seats while doing our work, and raising our hands to ask a question). Math is finding the kindergarteners counting to 20 by 2’s, to 100 by 5’s, identifying odd and even numbers, identifying cones, spheres, and cubes and making symmetrical designs. Phonics has the kindergartners sounding out each letter in words, saying words with “ch”, “th”, “sh” and . . .
Here in Glasco we are reading a number of wonderful classic books and stories aimed to open minds and broaden horizons. 7th grade is reading Where the Red Fern Grows . 8th grade will soon start reading The Giver. 9th grade is reading Romeo and Juliet . 10th grade is reading Warriors Don’t Cry. 11th grade is reading late 1800’s American poetry and stories and will soon be reading The Great Gatsby . 12th grade is reading various forms of writing from 1700’s England. All of the students are engaging in conversation about what these stories mean and how their personal . . .
Miltonvale High School Homecoming Candidates Front Row: Te’a Kennedy, Makenna Comstock, Chloe Waite Back Row: Konnor Sutton Queen Candidates Te’a Nicole Kennedy is the daughter of Heather Kennedy. Te’a’s activities include; student council, volleyball, basketball, cheer, band, choir, scholar’s bowl, and National Honor Society. She plans to attend Cloud County Community College and major in education. Makenna Comstock is the daughter of Jen and Damen Warkentin and Tim . . .
Third through eighth graders attended a health program put on by the Kansas Learning Center for Health hosted at Miltonvale Elementary on January 6th. The students were entertained for each session with age appropriate information about the dangers of drugs and tobacco products. This valuable presentation was excellent. The students were given good information in a fun format. They got to participate and were able to see a demonstration with pig lungs. This program was made possible through funding by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. 3rd & 4th graders from Glasco and Miltonvale act out the . . .
The unofficial minutes of 2019 - 2020 USD 334 BOE Meetings can be viewed by clicking on the dates of the minutes you want to read. July 8, 2019 Regular Board Meeting August 12, 2019 Special Board Meeting August 12, 2019 Regular Board Meeting September 9, 2019 Regular Board Meeting October 14, 2019 Regular Board Meeting November 11, 2019 Regular Board Meeting December 16, 2019 Regular Board Meeting