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Kade Safranek, Carson Leibhart, and Seth Chandler have qualified for the Skills USA National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. They qualified in the Team Engineering Challenge. The contest consisted of three different engineering problems that they had to construct and make functional by the materials supplied to them. They will compete at nationals on June 20-24.
Anselmo-Merna High School Quiz Bowl Team won first place in the second annual MNAC Quiz Bowl Tournament held at the Halsey National Forest 4-H Building. There were twelve teams that competed in a double elimination tournament. Team members pictured left to right are as follows: First Row: Aaron Furrow, Cameron Downey, Meghan Burnett, Renae Finney, Sydney Wells Second Row: Luke . . .
Anselmo-Merna attended the 51st Chadron Scholastic Contest. The team placed third out of nineteen schools in Division 4. Individuals in the top 25% and scoring points for the team are as follows: Rhett Safranek 1 st Algebra I Sydney Wells 1 st Nutrition and Family Health Brathe Myers 2 nd Personal Finance; 7 th Business Math Shelby Spanel 3 rd Equine Management . . .
We wish to announce important information for the coming 2016-17 school year. Grades 7-12 are currently signing up for classes next year and are working with our counselor, Mrs. Larsen. Any questions concerning the schedule or school calendar please direct your questions to; Mr. Mundorf, A-MPS Superintendent/Principal – firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Max, A-MHS Principal- email@example.com Mrs. Larsen, . . .
Junior Kindergarten Enrollment Form 2016-17 Junior kindergarten is a program that provides young students with positive experiences that are important in establishing the foundation for future school attitudes and success. Junior Kindergarten is a half-day program that allows children that are not quite ready for Kindergarten another year to develop so when they do enter Kindergarten, they get the best . . .
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