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Congratulations to November's Students of the Month

ELEMENTARY WINNER Cali Rutherford Nominated by Mrs. Schaeffer RESPONSIBLE  - Cali Rutherford has been a very responsible student in my classroom this school year.  She has always come to school . . . read more

April Students of the Month

9-12 th Grade Winner-KIZZIAH Kizziah: Nominated by Abby Comments by Mrs. Brown RESPONSIBLE - Kizziah has done an excellent job of staying on top of her homework assignments and doing all work that is asked . . . read more

4th graders all cracked up over hands-on science lesson

On Monday, March 13th, Kathy Burr, from the Frontier Extension office and Turena Ehlers brought Mrs. Bollish’s 4th graders some eggs and discussed embryology with us.  For the next 18 days, the students exercised . . . read more

4th & 5th graders get down and dirty

Mrs. Bollish's and Mr. Reinke's 4th and 5th grade classes were given permission to play with dirt!  On Thursday, March 30th, Molly Brandt from the UNL Extension office visited the 4th and 5th grade classrooms to give a . . . read more

March students of the month

9-12 th Grade Winner-WACEY FLACK Wacey Flack: Nominated by Vicky and Cameron Comments by Ms. Armstrong RESPONSIBILITY - Wacey is a great student to model responsibility.  He always checks in if he . . . read more

February Students of the Month

9-12 th Grade Winner-PAUL WHITE Nominated by Ben & Abby Comments by Mr. Weyeneth: RESPONSIBLE  - Paul is always conscientious about completing assignments and is aware for his own level of understanding. He uses class time . . . read more

January students of the month

9-12 th Grade Winner Tucker Hartley:  Nominated By Mr. Sonnenfeld Comments by Mr. Sonnenfeld: RESPONSIBILITY - Tucker always works to complete his assignments on time, and more importantly, he takes time out . . . read more

Congratulations to December's students of the month

9-12 th  Grade Winner: Iris Baeza :  Nominated By Mrs. A. Johnson, Mrs. Arent, & Ms. Armstrong 6-8 th  Grade Winner: McKenna Renner :  Nominated by Mrs. Brown PK-5 th  Grade Winner:  . . . read more

Congratulations to our November students of the month!

9-12 th Grade Winner:  Carol Nielsen 6-8 th Grade Winner:  Mackenzie Nelsen PK-5 th Grade Winner:  Nathan Renner &  Taren Sailor ***There was a tie this . . . read more

October's students of the month

9-12 th Grade Winner: Seth Robinson:  Nominated By Ms. Armstong & Mr. Kennedy Ms. Armstrong’s Comments: Seth has been great about getting his homework turned in during class and will volunteer to . . . read more

Student of the Month - September

Each month MPS teachers will be recognizing one student from grades PK-5, 6 -8 , and 9 th -12 th grades. Students can only win once per school year.  They can be nominated more than once if they do not win.  The . . . read more

8th Graders Explore Plight of Early Immigrants

In American History the 8 th graders have been studying the struggle of early 20th century immigrants and how they affected the United States at the turn of the last century. One lesson involved students collaborating in small groups to . . . read more

Dance like you got ants in your pants!

Last week MPS High School Spanish students converged on the preschool for an afternoon of singing and dancing. The goal was for Spanish 1 students to teach the months of the year in Spanish (choreographed to The Macarena) to . . . read more

Great Expectations in Classrooms

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 . . . read more

Classroom Happenings II

PE - Mr. Ellis ‘Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes’ The goal of Physical Education is to develop the WHOLE child in EVERY child.  Therefore the physical educator serves as a role model, demonstrating . . . read more

Elementary students learn from our local heroes

During National Fire Prevention Week, October 5-9, 2015, attention is focused on promoting fire safety and prevention.  However, we should practice fire safety all year long. Many potential fire hazards go undetected because . . . read more

Classroom Happenings

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 . . . read more

“Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there” -Bo Jackson

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 . . . read more

Plenty of Sleep and a Good Breakfast Helpful With Testing

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, . . . read more

Preschool of rock

On April 29, 2015 at 11:00 a.m., Maywood held its Preschool Graduation and Spring Program in the Maywood Gymnasium. The students prepared some joyful entertainment with ‘Pete the Cat’s School Rocks’ as the theme. The . . . read more

Pete the Cat corrals kindergarteners’ attention

On April 22, Maywood held its annual Kindergarten Round-Up with students arriving at 8:00 am for a 'Pete the Cat' themed morning.  Parents joined in the fun at 10:00 am for a meeting and tour of the . . . read more

NPCC Hosted Annual Inter-High Scholastic Contests Day

T he Maywood Tigers took Inter-High Day by the horns in North Platte on February 18th. They competed along-side twenty six other schools that attended the test day at North Platte Community College. Overall 726 tests were taken. Maywood had . . . read more

Eruption of Learning in 7th Grade Geography Class

Mrs. Bauer’s classroom has had a crazy-busy year thus far. With the students having access to their own computers and the new educational resource Chalkup implemented, it has taken the classroom walls down. Chalkup has become a major . . . read more

MPS’s Halloween Parade a ‘Spook-tacular’ Event

As the end of October approached, so did the time of sweets, treats and scares. Halloween takes place during the most beautiful time of the year; the leaves change from yellows to gold and silken browns; oranges to reds - finally falling and . . . read more

If It Moves Its Biology

To start out the new school year, the sophomores that are taking Biology have been learning about all the different biomes on the Earth. A biome is a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g., . . . read more

Getting to Know Ms. Armstrong

Maywood High School has quite a few new teachers in the classrooms this year. One of these teachers is Ms. Vicky Armstrong. Ms. Armstrong is the new ag teacher and the assistant volleyball coach. She was born in Brule, NE, and graduated from . . . read more

Chalk Up the New Learning to ChalkUp

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 . . . read more

And Justice for All

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, . . . read more

The Write Tools is the “Right Stuff” for MPS Students

MPS teachers, grades K-12, at attended a three-day training August 12 th – the 14 th over Write Tools , a program designed to improve literacy instruction. The trainer was Carolyn Simmons, a career educator from Colorado.MPS chose . . . read more

2nd Graders Ask, “Hoo Hoo” Did the Owl Eat?

The Maywood second graders have taken on the role as ornithologists for the past few weeks.  What is an ‘ornithologist’ you might ask?  Any second grade student will tell you it’s a scientist who studies . . . read more

Berenstain Bears bring the ‘Bare Necessities’ to MPS library

Mama Bear and Papa Bear enthralled children with a special appearance on Friday, October 9 th .  With no formalities needed, Ma and Pa Bear jumped right in and read a lunchtime story to more than 50 preschool through second . . . read more

Frontier County Spelling Bee

The 2015 Frontier County Spelling Bee was held February 3rd, in Curtis, Nebraska, at Medicine Valley School. Schools participating in the event were Eustis-Farnam, Medicine Valley and Maywood Public School. Maywood students that participated . . . read more

Maywood Begins NeSA Testing

After many week of preparing for the NeSA (Nebraska State Accountability) tests, Maywood students finally got to put their writing skills to the test. The junior and eighth grade classes took the state writing test this week. Juniors across . . . read more

A Blizzard of Gum Drops

After a semester of working hard on their Reading Mastery and writing skills, last week the Pre-k and second graders kicked off the holiday season building gingerbread houses. This was not only a fun activity for the kids; it also helped to . . . read more

A New Face Joins the Teaching Staff

Many faces come and go through the doors of Maywood Public School, many of which are teachers. Teachers enrich us with knowledge which was given to them from previous years of hard work and dedication on their part to help further the . . . read more Feedback Icon No Comments

“Skyping” School

Have you ever Skyped School? Not skipped – your teachers and parents would not like that! Skype -  that is, video conferencing with someone over the internet. Well here at Maywood, kindergartners are having their very own video . . . read more

Maywood Preschoolers are ‘Falling’ into Fun!

Maywood Preschool has a lot of amazing things happening.  This year there are 22 fantastic students enrolled.  The Tiger Paws group of students comes on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday s.  The Tiger Cubs come on Thursday and . . . read more

Lil’ Tigers Roar into Reading

This is the second year the Tigers have been using the Reading Mastery program.  The program uses direct instruction from the teacher to the students and is best used in small groups based on ability level.  This direct approach . . . read more

Getting to Know Ms. Coyle

Maywood High School has multiple new faces when you step into a classroom in the 2014-2015 school year. One of those new faces just happens to be Ms. Theresa Coyle, the new high school math teacher. Ms. Coyle was born in Broken Bow, and at . . . read more

Raining Diet Coke

Diet Coke was spraying everywhere on Tuesday, August 26th, during the freshman science class. The freshmen were having a blast seeing the coke come gushing out of the bottle like a high powered fountain. You ask how they got the diet coke to . . . read more

Back to School

Welcome Back! School starts on August 19th, but be sure to come to School on Monday, August 18th for a hot dog cookout starting at 6:00 p.m. Students in grades PK-5 click . . . read more

May Day Caravan of Careers

Maywood Public Schools hosted area businesses and the vehicles involved with a variety of careers on May 1, 2014 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in front of the school. Groups of students visited the vehicles and employees for approximately 5-10 minutes . . . read more

World Book Encyclopedia

The World Book Encyclopedia is available for all students by clicking on the following link. World Book Encyclopedia User Name:  maywoodstudent Password:  student     read more

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