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This Week at USD 226

May 01 - 06

GOOD LUCK to our MHS State Forensics team!  This year we have twelve students competing in State Championships and State Festival.  The State Festival will take place at Wichita East High School.  Bishop Carroll High School in Wichita will host the State Championships.  The public is invited to attend and admission is free.  STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Poetry:  Jose' Loewen and Nathaniel Reimer Prose: Monica Gleason Duet: Logan Earnst and Sadie Saucedo; Nathaniel Reimer and Jonoh Hughes . . .

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State SkillsUSA 2017

Our MHS SkillsUSA team performed well at the State competition in Hutchinson this year.  Each year MHS has an outstanding number of students earn a first place finish.  This year Meade students took first place in 8 categories, sending 17 students on to the National competition.  Students earning a silver medal may also have the chance to attend Nationals as well.   The National SkillsUSA competition will take place in Louisville, KY from June 19th-23rd.  This is the 53rd annual Leadership and . . .

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MHS Band and Choir is having a Great Spring!

Our MHS Band and Choir students performed very well at Regional Solo & Small Ensembles at Dodge City High School on Saturday April 8, 2017.  Students receiving a I Superior ratings will travel to Salina's Kansas Wesleyan University to perform at State Solos & Small Ensembles on Saturday, April 29th.  Best of luck to these students! Ali Unruh, vocal solo - I Brooke Reimer, vocal solo - I Nathan Carpenter, trumpet solo - I Maya Hartnett, vocal solo - I John . . .

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The Earth Balloon visits MES

Our MES/MJH students received a special treat when the Earth Balloon made at stop at our school.  The Earth Balloon visit was sponsored by our Meade County Conservation District and the K-State Research and Extension.  The balloon model of our Earth is 17' tall and 19' wide.  During the presentation students learned valuable information about conservation education and steps we can all take to protect our Earth.  They discussed ways we hurt or destroy our Earth, ways we can help and heal it, as . . .

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