The high school players faced off against the Satanta Indians Tuesday.
The varsity games were kicked off with the national anthem sung by Emily Lehr and the presentation of flags by the dance team.
Scores for the night ended with a loss for the JV teams and wins for the varsity players.
JV Girls- L24-26
JV Boys- L32-38
Varsity Girls- W53-19
Varsity Boys- W62-37
We had wins across the board in our games against Fowler.
The final scores were
B Team boys 20-7
A Team girls 37-10
A Team boys 39-27
The B team boys were given a little "freedom" with plays by their coach towards the end of their game.
This brought smiles to young and old alike all across the room as they witnessed a game unlike any other.
Congratulations to the MS Lancers on your wins!
The elementary students presented their music concert on December 19th.
The combination of song and choreography brought smiles to the many faces in the audience.
Here are just a few pictures of the evenings performances.
The middle school and high school students performed their winter music concert on December 18th.
The evening brought both instrumental and vocal performances.
We were treated by a performance from the 5th grade band as well.
The elementary students participated in fun STEM activities this morning. It was a great way to spend their last day of school before heading home for Christmas break.
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math which helps make creators, thinkers, problem solvers, doers, innovators, and inventors.
The pictures show the different activities that each student participated in.
The 2nd grade class performed a Reader's Theatre for all the elementary students, any MS/HS students & staff who wanted to attend, as well as parents & grandparents.
They did an excellent job and the performance was enjoyed by all. Afterwards, the students and guests were treated to cookies and punch.
Mrs. Stegman's 5th grade class met with our local high school math students to learn the art of conversion.
This is just one of the many steps the students are taking to see their vision become a reality.
Several months ago, the students decided the elementary playground needed a Wall Ball wall.
Wall Ball is a popular game among the elementary students which involves, you guessed it, a wall and a ball.
Throwing a ball against the school was discouraged for numerous reasons,
so the students decided the best course of action was to come up with a plan to build a wall they could use.
The first step was to see if there was interest from the 3rd-5th grade students.
The 5th grade students built an "Interest Survey" using Google Sheets and the 3rd-5th grade students filled it out using their Chromebooks and IPad's.
The results from the survey were overwhelmingly in favor of adding a Wall Ball court to our playground.
Since then, the students have met with the principal for approval of the project,
dove into researching how the wall should be built and what it should look like,
sketched it out, met with Mr. Rynerson (Industrial Arts Teacher) to discuss topics such as
the type of/how much wood is needed, as well as the possibility of a permit and the need to stop by the city office.
Today, their course of action was to figure out how to take the measurements they had
and convert them to the measurements needed to build the wall the size of their choice.
If you are curious as to what Wall Ball is, Open This Link To View a Short Video.
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