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Broncos Launch Season at Twin Loup Invite

Coach’s Perspective:

Today was a satisfying day to open the season. For the majority of our team, developing strong habits and enhancing foundational skills are an essential goal. I feel most made great strides toward improving themselves whether by gaining essential experience or taking risks to make themselves better as a wrestler. Our lone placer,  Seth Simants dominated the 160 lb weight class. Furthermore, not allowing a single point to be scored by his opponents. I am really excited to see the kids continue to improve and develop throughout this season.

 


 


 

Diapers and Baby Food

The Human Development class is continuing their study of infant care by learning how to change a diaper and finding out what baby food tastes like.

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Cleaning Up Stapleton

Last week, the Junior and Senior classes raised some money for prom by doing a little community service.  A group of students were excused from classes to rake a local homeowner's leaves.  The students worked hard to load the unwanted leaves into a truck. Several truckloads later, and the yard looks really good.  Awesome job by these individuals.

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Stapleton Jr Hi Wrestlers Place 5 at Mullen

We wrestled well at our last meet of the year. We were only able to take 8 of our 10 guys to the meet. We again wrestled some good teams. There were 10 area teams present, such as Valentine, North Central, Hershey, St. Pats, and Merna.               I was pleased with the results, we . . .

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First Quarter Honor Roll

High Honor Roll                    "A" Honor Roll                        "B" Honor Roll Maxon Frey (12)            . . .

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Fourth Grade Science

The fourth grade students are learning all about sound in science. Yesterday they discovered that sounds are produced by vibrations. They visited many sound stations to observe and develop an explanation. These stations include a water xylophone, tuning forks, xylophone, metal tubes, stethoscopes, and a kalimba. They also discovered that sounds can change pitch and volume by changing the vibrations. 

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A Very Special Visitor

The Human Development Class had a very special visitor earlier this week. Leann Kenner came to our class with her little boy, Riggs, to talk to about taking care of a newborn. She gave lots of insightful information and each student had the opportunity to hold Riggs. For several of the students, this was their very first time to hold a newborn.

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All 9 Wrestlers Place at the Jr. Hi. St. Pats Wrestling Invite

We had our best day of the year against some stiff competition at the St. Pats meet on Monday. We had all 9 of our wrestlers win matches for us. We won 18, and only lost 8 matches on the day. We had 4 of our guys go 3-0, and earn a 1st Place Medal for us.               There were 11 area teams there. It . . .

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Human Development Flour Babies

The Flour Baby Project. Mrs. Burnside's Human Development students made and then carried around their flour babies for a week. The babies attended class with them, and they had to arrange for babysitting while at practice or doing other activities. They learned about the financial expenses of caring for a baby, the birthing process, and basic infant care of a baby by doing this project.

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Superintendent Transparency Act Information

The information below has been posted to meet the requirements of the Superintendent Transparency Pay Act. The Superintendent Transparency Pay . . .

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