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Renville County Elementary Spelling Bee held at MLS-Sherwood

















Winners in the 3rd Grade are left to right: 1st - Cris Peppard of MLS-Mohall; 2nd - Lilly Solemsaas of MLS-Sherwood; 3rd - Taylor Panzer of Glenburn; and 4th - Dominik Rice of Glenburn.

















4rd Grade winners are left to right: 1st - Jordan Anderson of Glenburn; 2nd - Dominic Porcello of MLS-Mohall; 3rd - Lexi Drangsholt - home schooled; and Samuel Ellingson of MLS-Sherwood.

















Top four winners from the 5th grade are left to right: 1st - Madison Moberg of MLS-Mohall; 2nd - Kylie Abernathey of MLS-Mohall; 3rd - Joe Savelkoul of MLS-Mohall; and 4th - Eric Graham of Glenburn.



















Winners from the 6th Grade are left to right: 1st - Myla Grengs of MLS-Sherwood; 2nd - Brock Depute of MLS-Mohall; 3rd - Samuel Bennett of Glenburn; and 4th - Ryan Feland of MLS-Sherwood.

The 2015 annual Renville County Spelling Bee was held at the MLS-Sherwood School on Wednesday, February 18th. A total of 49 students in the 3rd through 6th grades at Glenburn, MLS-Mohall, and MLS-Sherwood, as well as one home schooled student, participated in the event.

The top four spellers in each grade, 3rd through 6th, were chosen by their teachers to represent their respective grade at the Spelling Bee. Participants in the Elementary Spelling Bee were broken down into two divisions - 3rd and 4th grade, and 5th and 6th grade, with each group given a written test of 45 words with five tie-breaker words. The top four winners in each class are then determined by the number of correct words spelled. All of the 6th graders then moved into an oral round, where they each had to orally spell three words. The purpose of the oral round is to give the 6th graders the experience needed when they move into the junior high level, plus the oral round is used if there happened to be a tie for placing.

The top four winners in each of the ... (To read this article and many more, see this week's issue of the RCF.)

Hailee Depute of MLS-Mohall named to 2015 North Dakota
Academic All-State Bronze Team



HAILEE DEPUTE
MLS-Mohall Senior

The 2015 North Dakota Academic All-State Teams have been selected. The high school seniors are nominated by their school principal and compete for the honor on a state-wide basis in both Class A and Class B divisions. Student selection is based on overall grade-points averages, ACT or SAT test scores, extracurricular activities, community involvement, and leadership qualities.

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Team members will be presented a certificate of merit by the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals. In addition, WDAY and Forum Communications will present a medallion to each team member during a televised “Parade of Academic Champions” at the Class A Basketball Tournament in Fargo on Friday, March 13th, 2015, and the Class B Basketball Tournament in Bismarck on Friday, March 20th, 2015.

Among the seniors to be honored will be Hailee Depute of MLS-Mohall, who has been named to the Bronze Team. She is the daughter of Mickey and Kathy Depute of Mohall.

Certificates of Merit will be sent to Honorable Mention Team members from the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals.

This Program is co-sponsored by the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals and WDAY-TV in Fargo, WDAZ-TV in Grand Forks, KBMY-TV in Bismarck, KMCY-TV in Minot, and Forum Communication Companies.

Katie Dilse to speak in Mohall on Thursday, February 26th



Katie Dilse, a national keynote speaker, who captivates audiences to live a heart-warming life through her electrifying personality and can-do spirit! will be in Mohall on Thursday, February 26th at 6:00 p.m. at The Prairie Bistro. She will entertain the audience with her presentation of “Life is a Highway... Roll on.” The event is being organized by the Mohall Chamber of Commerce. Tickets were sold in advance for the event and have been sold out.

Dilse naturally charges others to fine-tune their priorities, and embrace their challenges with gusto and grace. This bubbly, people-person raises four sons in one of the nation’s least-densely-populated counties and she grabs the task by the horns and thorns!

Katie is courageous, determined, and quick-witted, and those in attendance are sure to love her!

This sensitive and spunky storytelling mom lives in Slope County, ND - with her dear husband Stuart, and four sons Jordan, Connor, Warrick, and Malachi.


Makeup for Miracles fundraiser a success
























Kylie McLain, one of the chairmen for the Makeup for Miracles Fundraiser puts the makeup on Wayne Brackenbury, the MLS-Mohall faculty member who received the most money in his jar to be declared the winner of the makeover. The other chairman of the event was Kasie Evanger, not pictured.

MLS Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recently held “Makeup for Miracles” to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network. From Wednesday, January 14th to Tuesday, February 3rd, staff and students in grades 7 through 12 were asked to bring money to put in the participating staff members’ jars. The staff member with the greatest amount at the end of the fundraiser would be “dressed up” on Wednesday, February 11th.

A Miracle Minute was also held on Monday, February 9th between the third and fourth quarters of the MLS varsity boys’ basketball game against Kenmare.

The staff members brought in a total of $172.71, and the Miracle Minute brought in $192.18. Grand total collected for the Children’s Miracle Network was $364.89. Due to donation shortage during contest, the goals were changed from $500.00, $1,000.00, $1,500.00, and $2,500.00 to $50.00, $100.00, $150.00, and $250.00. This was done with prior approval of all participating staff members.

The winning staff member with the most money collected was Mr. Wayne Brackenbury who brought in a total of $83.72. On Wednesday, February 11th, Mr. Brackenbury was “dressed up” in a wig, dress, and makeup for the rest of the day. Students and staff had fun watching him teach and walk the halls. A celebration assembly was held in the MLS gym on February 11th. The totals of the teachers were read and a short video of a Children’s Miracle Network child was shown.

The Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for more than 170 children’s hospitals across North America. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America has formed a partnership with Children’s Miracle Network for 2014-2015. The money raised by North Dakota Chapters will be donated to the only Miracle Network Hospital in North Dakota - Sanford Children’s Hospital in Fargo.

Students responsible for organizing this project were Kasie Evanger and Kylie McLain. Their Advisor is Valerie Aho. The girls recently received a silver placing in the Chapter Service Display - CMN - senior division category at the District 2 FCCLA meeting in Harvey. They will now advance to state with the project.































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