Fifteen track teams traveled to Pawnee City on Saturday to compete in the MUDECAS track meet. In previous years, the MUDECAS track meet was split into an “A” and a “B” division, but for the first time, the meet was run as one track meet with the top 8 places medaling and scoring for their teams. At the end of the day, it was the Lady Falcons who emerged as the girls’ division MUDCECAS . . .
The team started their season with the MUDECAS track meet at Tri County on April 8th. Twenty-two individuals are competing for the team this year. The team finished fourth, scoring 56 points, out of fifteen teams. Listed below are the individual results for the MUDECAS meet. Long Jump 1st Place - Colby Sugden (17’) High Jump 5th place - Colby Sugden (4’10”) . . .
Book Madness Mrs. Andreasen’s second grade class and Ms. Niles’ class took part of Book Madness . A bracket of 16 books they have read this year began the madness. Students voted weekly on their favorite books. This activity created some great conversations about what they learned and liked about the books. Students also did a great . . .
On Friday, April 7th, Jenna Husband and Grace VanEngen particpated in the Meridian Junior High Honor Band and Choir Clinic, held at Meridian Public School. This was the 30th year for this honor clinic. Schools participating were Adams Central, Aurora, Blue Hill, Crete, Deshler, Diller Odell, Exeter Milligan, Fairbury, Freeman, Giltner, Hampton, Heartland, Johnson County Central, Lincoln Christian, Malcolm, Milford, Parkview . . .