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Students celebrate Knowledge Bowl success

Members of the fifth and sixth grade Knowledge Bowl team from Maple Lake Elementary celebrated their success at the January 12 championship meet at Becker.

In the final meet of the season, the local team captured sixth place in a field of 30 teams.

Shown with a cake at last week’s celebration were (front) Lauren Nelson, Dezarae Decker, Annie Schwede, Ashley Hertwig, Stephanie Neidenfeur, Chris Karvonen, Justin Bidwell, Kris Anderson, Travis Colbert, (row two) Gene Kosciolek, Clay Rosine, Alix Nunke, Meghan Couette, Danae McGregor, Mykenna Bressler, Brittany Hancock, Brittany Negley, Jonathon Loftis, Nick Mavencamp, (back) Gary Welch, Chris Salveson, Cody Triplett, Principal Dan Olberg, Coach Scott Ambrosier, Jen Upcraft, Kaiti Clark, Assistant Janel Rosine.

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Literature comes to life in MLHS Wax Museum

Characters from some of the great works of British literature walked off the pages and into Maple Lake High School as students from the British Literature Class of English teacher Naomi Durst produced a Brit Lit Wax Museum of famous literary characters on December 10.

Students and staff from both the high school and elementary, along with other area residents, visited the afternoon Wax Museum to see exhibits depicting Viking explorers, Scrooge and the three ghosts from “A Christmas Carol,” and William Shakespeare with his favorite families, the Capulets and Montagues from “Romeo and Juliet.”

Durst said students worked on their Wax Museum projects at various times for the past month. Costumes came Mary Beth Barder and the Drama Department or from family attics, with students using their own ingenuity and creativity to make their exhibits come to life.

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Elementary students present ‘Twas One Crazy Night’

There were reindeer, cowboys, cowgirls and kids dressed in pajamas and slippers and ready for bed as fifth and sixth grade students at Maple Lake Elementary presented “Twas One Crazy Night Before Christmas” in two back-to-back performances on December 4 in the high school auditorium under the direction of instructor Sue Nelson.

The unique rendition of the holiday classic featured both individual and group presentations, skits, and a considerable amount of humor as students performed for family and friends in the school kick-off to the holiday season.  

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