Sarena Gerber earned academic all-state honors for her 2019 cross country season. To qualify for the recognition a cross country team member must be a senior, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or better, score 28 or higher on the ACT and place in the top 30 at the state qualifier meet. Gerber […]
Students in Maya Kehr Yoder’s English III: Research class had the opportunity to participate in a series of mock interviews with professionals from our community. After being introduced to a variety of interview techniques in class as part of the career unit, students were able to practice their skills and receive valuable feedback to improve […]
Reflector Editor Meredith Blossom and Reflector Staffer Sarah Miller went with Adviser Maya Kehr Yoder to the Iowa High School Press Association’s Journalism Conference at the University of Iowa. The conference featured several breakout sessions from experts in the journalism world. The keynote speaker was Washington Post reporter Seung-Min Kim. The conference inspired the group […]
The plant science class has been busy harvesting tomatoes and pumpkins from the greenhouse and campus gardens, and sweet potatoes from the Wellman Community Gardens. Plant Science students who helped with the harvest were Julia Boller, Leah Bontrager, Isabel Canchola, Sarann Durflinger, Abby Fritz, Esther Hughes and Kaylee Shafer.
The American History class taught by Marcus Miller is learning that you can learn “history” from something other than books, documents and papers. The class started at the Joetown Methodist cemetery, then stopped at the Schoettler cemetery, and finished at the Lower Deer Creek cemetery. They were to look for engravings, different symbols “lamb, little […]