by Stevie Handsaker The slow process of getting a new HVAC system has been ongoing for years, and it is finally done thanks to the school's administrators and school board. The new HVAC system isn't just any old heating and cooling system, this system is energy efficient, and helps with air quality of the school to make it easier for students to learn. One may wonder, where are the air conditioners if . . .
by Stevie Handsaker How do you play chess and cards? Well, if you don’t know how to play these game Maywood’s new shop teacher, Mr. Thoendel could easily teach you. Brad Thoendel is the new MPS Industrial Technology teacher and is ready for a fresh, new year of teaching at Maywood. Mr. Thoendel is originally from Ewing, Nebraska, where he had six older brothers. Mr. Thoendel attended Northeast Community . . .
What do you call friends who love math? Algebros! That's one of the many math jokes Mrs. Jensen has posted in her room. Amanda Jensen is originally from Gothenburg, Nebraska, where she also has 2 brothers, the oldest Cody, and the youngest Noah. Mrs. Jensen still lives in Gothenburg with her husband, Archer, and their dog Max. Mrs. Jensen graduated from UNK and is ready for her first official year of teaching at . . .
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On Friday, April 16th, several of Miss. Foster's student artists participated in the Annual Paint-In Competition that was held at McCook Community College. Multiple schools were invited to participate in the event and were given 2.5 hours and a 4'x7' sheet of paper to complete the painting prompt: "Hieroglyphics in a Modern Era". When their time was up, a judge evaluated the paintings based on the portrayal . . .
MPS Sophomore Emmy Oldham will take her humorous prose speech to the 2021 Nebraska State Speech Tournament in Kearney, this Friday, March 19, 2021. Emmy has been honing her speech with feedback from Maywood's speech coach Shyanne Foster. Emmy is scheduled to compete early Friday morning at Kearney Senior High School. If she wins, she will compete again later that afternoon. MPS will have a send-off . . .
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