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R-3 students participate in MCTM District Math Contest


Qualifying Adrian students from the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades participated in the MCTM District Math Contest held on Saturday, April 5 at the Barstow School in Kansas City. This year testing procedures were vastly different than in previous years. Each student took four tests instead of two and one of those was a Team Test. Students accumulated points for each test taken, and the top five students from each grade level qualified to participate at the state competition that will be held at the UCM Campus in Warrensburg, MO on Saturday, April 26.

Game of the dueling Secondary Principals


It’s a game of the dueling Secondary Principals in Adrian and Archie! Who can improve test scores the most? Adrian Principal Don Lile says it is his students, and Archie Principal Jeff Kramers says it is his! The school with the highest increase on End-of-Course exams will be a part of something that has never been done before. The winning principal will set-up an “office” for the principal of the opposing school…on the roof! Dressed in the arch rival’s school colors, the principal of the opposing school will spend an entire school day on the roof.

Adrian students compete in Sherwood Math Contest


Adrian students, 5th through 8th grades, competed in the Sherwood Math Contest Tuesday, March 18. Teachers attending were Matt Cochran, Erin Huckaby and Jeannie Erwin. Team results were: 5th grade, 1st; 6th grade, 2nd; 7th grade, 2nd; 8th grade, 1st; 5th-8th Teams, 1st.

See the April 10 issue of The Adrian Journal for individual results.

Competes at Regional Contest


Adrian Freshman Maddie Moore represented Adrian High School at the Optimist Regional Oratorical Contest on Sunday, April 5 at Lakeland School. Twelve contestants competed in this contest. Maddie finished strong in the Regional round of competition after advancing from the Optimist Club level in Adrian and the Zone level in Clinton.

R-III students attend Literature Festival at UCM


Adrian 7th Grader

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