Mrs. Fletcher’s 5th grade has a punch card system for reinforcing positive behavior and following classroom procedures. A punch is earned by a student or the whole class by "wowing" the teacher with exemplary acts of character, displaying maximum effort, following procedures consistently, or receiving a compliment from another teacher or administration. 20 punches are needed to complete an . . .
For the third year in a row, Maywood TeamMates Chapter is part of Big Give McCook. Big Give McCook is an 24 hour online and in person experience where area supporters are invited to give back to their favorite charities and learn about the other non-profit organizations in our community. According to Big Give McCook, “The goal is to match the donor's passions and generosity . . .
With Covid going on, we have to treat each of our school events like it’s our last. FFA has especially shown that as they do all the events they can this October. One of their earlier events occurred on October 3rd on Saturday. Junior and senior FFA members traveled to Bertrand for a livestock judging competition. Then, on October 7th, the Intro to Ag class competed in an area land judging contest. Then, on . . .
Students in Mrs. Arent’s Programming class have been using the Lego Mindstorms Education EV3 kits. LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 is a hands-on, cross-curricular solution that engages and challenges high school students to practice their STEM and robotics skills in a ‘near real-world’ environment. Easily adaptable to fit any learning environment, MINDSTORMS EV3 offers the opportunity for . . .
Maywood’s homecoming week had our students ecstatic and full of school pride for our MHC Wolves! Throughout the week, we held our homecoming dance, hallway decorating, dress up days, and pep rallies to raise our school spirit. With homecoming week at end though, we put together some highlights for all to enjoy.
All students will receive breakfast and lunch for free for the remainder of the semester. The USDA released a waiver that allows Maywood Public School to offer free meals to every student until December 31st, 2020. Students will also be able to receive one breakfast and one lunch while school is in session. Students will be charged for any seconds and/or extra milk. Additionally, all charged meals from . . .
5th grade teacher - Mrs . Fletcher Elizabeth Fletcher grew up in North Platte where she currently lives with her husband, Travis and their two children, Rowan and Wren. Spending time with her wonderful family is a priority to her. In the summer, you can typically find them outside gardening, biking, BBQing, and camping. On colder days, they like to watch movies and read books . . .
The fifth grade class is using Mystery Science. “We are currently working through a unit called “Web of Life” in which students learn about food chains, plant growth, and decomposers,” stated our fifth grade teacher, Mrs Fletcher. “Our “mold terrariums” are a convenient and fun way to observe decomposition in the classroom in real time.” She stated. The students are studying 5 different . . .
The MHC Football team has kicked off the 2020 season. The Wolves are coming off a 5-4 record in Six man.This year, the Wolves decided to take a step up and go to Eight man despite losing a valuable senior class. To start the season, the Leyton Warriors traveled to Hayes Center to take on the Wolves. The next week the Wolves traveled to Grant to play the Perkins County Plainsmen. The wolves have gotten off to a rough start but are . . .
B ump! Set! Spike! Volleyball season has begun and our MHC Wolves started us out with a strong victory against Sandhills Valley and Paxton on August 27th! I interviewed Coach Armstrong about the coming season: when . . . read more