Maywood FFA Chapter and Ag Education Department - Miss Armstrong Greetings from the Maywood FFA Chapter and Ag Education Department! FFA is an important aspect of any Agriculture Education program but isn’t possible without having classroom time! All Ag classes attended Growing Career Opportunities in Agriculture at . . .
Maywood Public School’s Preschool through Second Grade students will be treated to a book reading event by “Ma and Pa Berenstain, Friday, October 9th at 12:30 pm. The event focuses on promoting reading/literature. Students will listen to “The Berenstain Bears are SuperBears” by Michael Berenstain. The story . . .
The 129th Annual Wellfleet Fall Festival kicked off last weekend on Saturday,September 12. Family and friends converged on the small prairie town to celebrate.The day started off at 7 a.m. with delicious breakfast burritos and buttermilk biscuits smothered in sausage gravy. This lip-smacking cuisine was provided by 4-H students to help raise funds for their Washington trip. Following that was the annual Stock Dog Classic that began at 9 a.m. At the same time the ‘gravel grinder’ bike race kicked into gear. Contestants raced their bicycles over a unique combination of . . .
When you walk into the Maywood Jr. Sr. High building, you will instantly notice several big changes. Over the summer, Maywood Public Schools had many new remodeling projects take place in and around the school just in time for the new school year. All new ivory-colored lockers were installed in the commons area and the west pod of the school. These replaced the original smaller, orange lockers that surrounded the commons area. What really catches your attention, though, are the large hand-made display cases built by the industrial technology teacher, Mr. Kennedy. These . . .
This week Maywood students will be taking MAP “Measures of Academic Progress” tests in the following areas: math, reading. language arts and science. Special rooms have been set up that are quiet, comfortable and conducive to testing. Some simple ways to prepare for big tests like MAP are to get a good night’s sleep the night before and to eat a nutritious breakfast the day of. Even if your child is not a "breakfast person," encouraging them to eat even a piece of toast with peanut butter and a glass of milk or juice, will . . .
It’s going to be an exciting year for Maywood sports this year since the recent co-op with the Hayes Center Cardinals. For the next five years the Maywood Tigers will be known as the Maywood-Hayes Center Wolves. We have co-opted with Hayes Center in all High School Sports. This fall we are looking forward to watching the green and black battle it out on the hash marks of the gridiron, the hardwood floor of the volleyball court, and the soft green grass of the race course! The football team feels that they will have a pretty good run this year and have a winning record. . . .
The All-Conference teams for the Republican Plains Activities Conference (RPAC) 2014-15 season were recently announced. These honorees were selected by the coaches in the RPAC and are separated in to East and West Divisions. On the West Division team from Maywood and selected to the All-Conference 2nd Team was junior Abby Werkmeister. RPAC ALL-CONFERENCE GIRLS' BASKETBALL – WEST DIVISION First Team Aubrey Frederick, Dundy County Stratton, 5'10", So. Nicole Kent, Dundy County Stratton, 5' 9", So. Colby Cox, Hayes Center, 5' 5", Jr. Sydnee Harchelroad, Wauneta-Palisade, 5' 7", Sr. Christina Daniels, Wallace, 5'10", Sr. Second Team Abby Werkmeister, Maywood, 6' 1", Sr. Kasey Clifford, Hayes Center, 5' 7", Jr. Brooke Hoyt, Hitchcock County, 5' 8", Sr. Emily Jones, Dundy County Stratton, 5' 6", So. Emma Holz, Paxton, 5' 7", Jr. Honorable Mention FayeLee Sanford, Dundy County Stratton, 5' 5", Jr. Kaylee Burke, Dundy County . . .
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