CRASH! POW! DING! DING! DING! SWISH! Bowling balls thundered down lanes and crashed into pins, alien space ships and laser gun zipped across video screens, and basketballs swished and thumped through nets as extra points blinked on the display panel. Had you been at Wild Bill’s Wings and Bowling Alley on the afternoon of October 8, you would have heard these sounds mixed with the laughing and cheering of elementary and high . . .
Maywood TeamMates Chapter received a $2,500 donation from the Monsanto Company out of Lincoln on September 18th. We were recommended by John Scharf, of Curtis, to receive this donation. Our chapter will put this money in our Scholarship fund for students in the program. Pictured: (L to R) Karen Smith (board member & mentor), Patricia . . .
This year Maywood is trying a new way to learn that uses much less paper. A program called Chalkup is being used by the teachers and students to do homework and other assignments on their school laptops and tablets. In Chalkup you can create classes to which you distribute announcements and assignments in a message board style; then . . .
On September 23, students from Maywood, Curtis, and Eustis, went to County Government Day in Stockville, the county seat of Frontier County. Upon their arrival, students entered the courtroom where the County Clerk, Board of Commissioners, Assessor, Treasurer, Zoning Administrator, and the Weed Superintendent introduced themselves and talked about their positions and what they do. Next students were sent on a fact-finding scavenger hunt all over the courthouse. Students went to different departments and asked county employees specific questions about their job. During the scavenger . . .
High School Book of the Month: Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein (2012) From the publisher: Oct. 11th, 1943-A British spy plane crashes in Nazi-occupied France. Its pilot and passenger are best friends. One of the girls has a chance at survival. The other has lost the game before its barely begun. When "Verity" is arrested by the Gestapo, shes sure she doesnt stand a chance. As a secret agent captured in enemy territory, shes living a spys worst nightmare. Her Nazi interrogators give her a simple choice: reveal her mission or face a grisly execution. As she intricately weaves . . .
We seek to create college graduates with minimal debt. Thus, we are bringing proven, entertaining ACT © Preparation, John Baylor Test Prep (JBTP), to Junior and Senior students, who will view six of the twelve, 42-minute sessions of the course in school over three weeks leading up to the September 13, 2014 ACT. Your child has been chosen to participate. Higher ACT scores mean larger college scholarships. The average score increase from JBTP is about two points, an amount that can save your family thousands in college costs and improve your child’s college . . .
It’s time for another football season and the Maywood Tigers proved they’re ready. Last Friday, in Harrisburg, the Tigers beat the Banner County Wildcats 32-27. Everyone on the team is very excited for the season ahead, hoping for lots of success. With one game down that leaves seven more regular season games. GO TIGERS!!!!!! Training for the upcoming season usually starts with weightlifting and other conditioning activities, such as specialized speed and agility training. In some states, this begins a few weeks after the end of the previous . . .
The tension in the air was palpable on Friday, September 5, as a fast paced game took place between the Maywood Lady Tigers and the Harrisburg Wildcats. The clock counted down the minutes until game time, and the Tigers used this time to collect themselves before stepping out on the court and focusing on their strategy - to steal the win. The first set began, and the Lady Tigers showed the crowd the hard work and dedication they had put at practice by working together as a well-oiled machine. Tigers won the first set . The tigers gained momentum and took another set right from . . .
The Maywood Parent Committee hosted the 10th annual Maywood Carnival on March 28th. The high school gym hummed with the laughter and voices of children and parents as they meandered past tables filled with exotic-shaped delectable cakes, games of skill/chance and even a “face painting” booth. Children of all ages were welcome to attend and play games such as go fishin,’ hoopin,’ and bingo. It also had an area for the preschool kids and younger kids to play games and activities. While the “plink” “plink” “plink” sound of the . . .
The Maywood Ag Education department has spent this first month getting ready for all the activities for the upcoming school year. We had two students participate in the Nebraska State Fair. Those included Bryar Gerlach (junior) and Paige Wood (8th grade). Each student represented our FFA chapter well, bringing home blue and purple ribbons with their livestock exhibits. On September 13, Bryar Gerlach participated in the NCTA Livestock Judging Clinic and Contest. His hard work paid off as he received 2 nd place in the junior livestock judging division. . . .
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