The Maryville Excessive Faculty Board of Training was introduced with a Google Expeditions tour of Madrid and Barcelona, Spain, throughout the presentation held on the January 20 board assembly.
Sandra Wooden, an MHS Spanish trainer, had utilized for and obtained two scholarships, $ eight,000 from the Gladys Rickard Belief and $ 15,000 from the Bayer Fund American Farmers Develop Rural Training scholarship.
Wooden used the grants to buy two Google Expeditions classroom units. One sport has 25 machine and glasses combos, the opposite 30 video games. He additionally purchased three 360-degree cameras and a selfie stick that may enable college students to create their very own expeditions.
Google Expeditions has greater than 1,000 excursions. The set has a router that doesn’t enable college students to entry the web whereas utilizing the tour.
Seniors Olivia Stiff and Henry Swink helped Wooden with the demonstration for the board members. The trainer, or within the case of this demonstration, the scholars, can information the individuals with the main points supplied on the pad to direct the tour.
Additionally attending the presentation have been two of the native farmers, Robert Lager and Craig Stiens, who had nominated MHS for the American’s Farmers Develop Rural Training grant. Others who nominated MHS for the STEM grant have been Don Seipel, Donald Kagay, Dorothy Schaefer, Steve Schmidt, and Terri Lager.
Wooden stated: “The children benefit from the excursions. It is one other manner of bringing Spain nearer to them ”.
Wooden makes use of the units for 10-15 minutes within the classroom, as longer classes generally trigger college students to turn into disoriented.
MHS dance workforce wins at Lee’s Summit.
The Maryville Excessive Faculty dance workforce not too long ago competed at Lee’s Summit. The workforce took third place in pom and took residence the Northern Division 1 Lyric Champion award.
The workforce members are: Anna Adwell, Gracie Wenger, Taya Myers; Reverse: Maggie Farnan, Kenzee Minton, Maggie Webb, Kaylee Harkrider, Kensley Wooden, Kaiya Ory, and Morgan Mullock.