School News

R-III Science Spooktacular

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Adrian 4th and 5th graders participated in the 2nd Annual Science Spooktacular on Halloween. Science Teachers Amy McVey and Treva Smith developed a day full of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics that were set-up in all six 4th and 5th grade classrooms. Each teacher in these grade levels constructed their own STEM challenge. Students eagerly rotated from class to class every 25 minutes to take on each of these challenges. The level of teaching and learning was impressive.

Blackhawks Buddies At Adrian Elementary

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Blackhawk Buddies is a meaningful work program started this fall in the Adrian Elementary School. The program focuses on essential career building skills of responsibility, respect, and safety. Fourth and fifth grade students apply for one of two positions - morning gym helper or morning greeter - assisting teachers and staff with students transitioning to class in the morning. Additional positions can be added as the program grows. 1st Quarter Blackhawk Buddies are pictured.

TSA attends Connections Conference

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The Adrian High School TSA chapter recently attended the Annual Missouri TSA Connections Conference.  This conference is designed to build leadership skills for all students who participate in Missouri TSA. Nearly 300 students and advisors from Missouri schools participated in the conference. 

Head Start celebrates 50 years

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Adrian Head Start celebrated the 50 years of Head Start by releasing 50 balloons along with children, parents, staff and several former students and parents. Residents at the Adrian Manor were able to watch the release of the balloons.

Mower winner

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2007 Adrian High School graduate Cody Knuth spoke to Adrian High School engineering students Friday, October 10.  Cody is currently an architectural engineer in Kansas City. He talked to the students about what he does for the firm, how he survived engineering school, and what the kids can do now to prepare themselves for an engineering career.

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