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Students Learn About Instrument Repair

May 10, 2016

Johnny Goddard and Nocona Brinkley had the opportunity to go to Flint Hills Music in Emporia to learn about instrument repair and maintenance.  Johnny and Nocona have been helping music instructor Kris Brenzikofer go through the school . . . read more

Students Attend Robotics Competition

By Baxter, Brock | April 26, 2016

This is the first competition for MdCV. We took Chevy Doles, Johnny Goddard, Gannon Schimmel, and Ethan Cannon. It was a learning experience for them but they already have plans of how they will improve their remote control robot for next fall. read more

Consumer Math Orienteering

By Baxter, Brock | April 13, 2016

In consumer math we did a version of an orienteering course. Normally when walking an orienteering course one uses a compass and a map to find markers. We modified this process slightly using written directions and a compass (no . . . read more

Regional Music Festival

By Blog, HS | April 11, 2016

MdCV students Sydney Parker, Alexa Cox, and Chevelle Balcacer participated in Regional Solo/Ensemble Festival at Allen County Community College on Saturday, April 2.   Alexa Cox was the first performer of the day singing . . . read more

Energy Efficient Houses

By Baxter, Brock | March 1, 2016

The 9th grade physical science class built energy efficient houses out of cardboard. The students were given a folder that included plans on how to build a house and 12 different experiments that went along with the projects. . . . read more

Indian Musician to perform

February 24, 2016

Sandip Burman is a native of Durgapur, India and is an accomplished tabla player.  He is the first generation and without the backing of a reupated musical heritage, it is an unyielding deciation and enthusiasm that has driven him to . . . read more

Hutchinson Salt Mines

By Scoggin, Sandy | February 23, 2016

We found out that the mine is about 650 feet below the surface, and the salt deposits were formed from shallow inland seas that dried up and left large amounts of salt about 250 million years ago. To put that into perspective, the mine is . . . read more

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