Eighth-grader Margo Brugger, who previously won second place at the Youngstown State University Ohio History Day Competition, went on to compete at the state level competition...
Congratulations, Margo Brugger
Eighth-grader Margo Brugger, who previously won second place at the Youngstown State University Ohio History Day Competition, went on to compete at the state level competition. Margo won first place for the “Ohio Digitized Archives Research Award.” Her paper, “The Great Lakes Exposition 1936-37: A Roaring Success,” was well-written and concise and showcased the competition’s theme “Debate and Diplomacy” phenomenally.
Second-graders in Mrs. Montague’s class are learning all about geometry. They’ve been exploring area using geoboards, rubber bands and pattern blocks. They are understanding the importance of using words like halves, thirds, quarters and so on. Math really can be fun.
Junior High Science Club
The Junior High Science Club has been learning about the internal and external anatomy of a frog. The student scientists put together interactive paper models to prepare them for the dissection of a frog. With tools in hand, they meticulously dissected their frogs. Excitement was in the air as they identified the various structures they learned about.