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In an electric atmosphere at home, the Greenback wrestlers were played in by the Pride of South Central Kansas’ drum line and supported by PCC wrestlers wearing various singlets, along with a large home crowd that helped increase the intensity of an already intense group of young men. Brittnee Hill capped off the atmosphere with a beautiful performance of the National Anthem. . . . read more
Amie Mass visited the 8th grade Science classes, Dec. 9th to talk about how she uses Chemistry in her job as lab manager at the Ethanol Plant in Pratt, KS. She used an enzyme to demonstrate how the starch in the corn flour-water mixture is broken down so they can easily move it through the plant. She also explained the process of . . . read more
Students in Mrs. Hanvey's class made Stellaluna bat puppets in Leap Up Reading and wrote dialogue for the characters. They also studied bats and birds and the similarities and differences and also compared the books Stellaluna and The Ugly Duckling. Another activity in the classroom involved Insect Writing . . . read more
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