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In hopes of improving participation and communication, Minneapolis Junior Senior High School is trying a new approach to our spring parent teacher conferences. Each teacher has made an attempt by email, phone, or by mail to schedule an initial meeting with students and parents. After the meeting, the student and parent are free to meet with other faculty of their choosing. All 8th through 11th grade students have also been assigned an advocate. Once parents and student have met with the teachers, they are asked to meet with their child’s advocate. The role of a student's educational advocate . . .
Congratulations to the follow wrestlers that qualified for state. Go out and support them if you can. Fort Hays State University hosts the 3-2-1A wrestling competition this Friday and Saturday (February 24th & 25th) Hunter Vogan (106 weight class) Tristin Hauck (132 weight class) Austin Constable (138 weight class) Tyson Villalpando (182 weight class)
The Division B Science Olympiad Team placed 2nd at the Regional meet held at the Hays University Campus on February 7th. This qualifies the team to compete at the state competition in April at Wichita State University. The Science Olympiad Division B Team is made up of 15 seventh through ninth grade students that compete in 23 individual events for medals and also accumulate points as a team. The team score is composed of points according to the placing in each event with the low score winning. If a team does not compete in an event, they are automatically given last place and . . .
The Minneapolis Forensics team debuted at the Sylvan Grove forensics tournament on Thursday, January 26. The 9 students in attendance captured the 3rd place sweepstakes trophy out of 14 schools attending. Students qualifying for State Championships were Zoey Rankin-1st in Informative; Paige Robins-1st in Oration; Carlie Shupe & Jaxson Metzler-1st in Duet Act; and Paige Robins-2nd in Prose. Qualifying for State Festival was Lindsey Diercks-5th in Poetry. Qualifying for finals round and also receiving medals were Claire Lichtenwalter & Olivia Jones-3rd in Duet Act; Jaxson Metzler-3rd . . .
TonightClear, with a low around 38. Northwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
TuesdaySunny, with a high near 77. West wind 5 to 15 mph becoming south in the afternoon.
Tuesday NightMostly clear, with a low around 44. South wind 5 to 10 mph.
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