Industrial Tecnology: For the past few weeks a group of students have been working on a project benefiting the Woodworkers Fighting Cancer Charity. Woodworkers Fighting Cancer is an annual fundraiser put on by Marc Spagnuolo, aka The Wood Whisperer. For the past few fundraisers, Marc designs a kid related wood working project; he provides the plans, material list, and a video documenting how to build the project. When . . .
MPS kicked off it's annual Holiday concert Thursday night, November 12th, 2015. From small joyous kindergarteners to the illustrious high school choir, the gymnasium was filled with wonderful Christmas melodies and soft sweet voices. The holiday festivity was directed by Mrs. Tonya Welch. The theme of this year’s holiday . . .
As fall sports comes to an end for the Maywood-Hayes Center Wolves we have comments from the coaches on how their players did this year. The MHC football team went 2-6 and the Lady Wolves volleyball team went 4-20. The coaches agreed that they were expecting a better season. This year for volleyball and football it was an up and down . . .
The quote above aptly describes the quest of MPS students, parents and patrons over the past three years.The students of Maywood Public Schools recently finished taking the fall MAP tests for grades K-12. This means that the students now have their new A-Team groups and have also been assigned to a new teacher. This school year, A-Team is held after 8th period from 3:21 to 3:44. This is a time for the students to get help with homework, work on student assessment activities, and overall continue their growth as successful individuals. The NeSA results are also in and the students have . . .
The flipped classroom is an instructional strategy that reverses the traditional educational arrangement by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of the instructor. The video above was created by Mr. Kinnison for his physics class. Two . . .
Maywood Senior, Bailey Brown, is the 2015 Nebraska High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA) Champion in breakaway roping. Bailey was declared the breakaway champion at the NHSRA finals held June 20, 2015, in Hastings. Bailey was also awarded a championship belt buckle and a saddle custom designed to her specifications. Ever since Bailey Brown was little, she was always on a horse. Her dad, Ray Brown, taught her everything from riding a horse to competing in the arena. Throughout the years her go-to horse for competing has been Dalton, a bay quarter horse, which is built and . . .
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 . . .
Decked out in bright green John Deere polo shirts and with smiles on their faces, members of the Maywood FFA Chapter recently made the long haul to Wood River, Nebraska, for the annual Husker Harvest Days. Maywood was one of three Nebraska FFA chapters that were chosen to represent John Deere at the 2015 Husker Harvest Days’ event. The MPS chapter assisted John Deere employees by helping run the information counter and presentation area. Students at the information counter handed out wristbands, product information, and helped with general questions that attendees had. Other . . .
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