The Maryville schools’ booster club hosted a full evening of team introductions on the southeast corner of the Maryville downtown square August 26 during the annual community pep rally.
The 2021 Platte Valley football team came to the season ready to play facing their ominous foe of Mound City. It had been nearly a decade since the opening game of the season-winning team was someone other than the Mound City Panthers.
The first-ever Nodaway Valley Thunder football team routed the Stewartsville Osborn Wildcats with a 60-14 score at Burlington Jct.
Tim Conn, Maryville, was selected as the West Nodaway Elementary Principal for the 2021-22 school year. Conn is a graduate of WN in 1998. He has a bachelor’s from Northwest Missouri State University in physical education, a master’s in administration and a specialist as superintendent from William Woods University. He is starting his 17th year
This spring, the North Nodaway kindergarten class undertook the task of constructing and planting a butterfly garden at the North Nodaway Elementary School in Pickering. Kindergarten teacher Angie Davison used Project Based Learning to create the activity for her students and planted a butterfly garden. “We had been studying the needs of animals and
West Nodaway senior Tyler Blay placed second in the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:30.19 and placed first in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:34.49
Area schools have closed but summer library opportunities are opening up for area students. Northeast Nodaway’s “Reading Island” summer library will be open from 10 to 11:30 am, Tuesdays, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and July 13. Students must have an adult present. Come and go activities include children’s story time, checkout books, scholastic
Throughout the 2020-21 school year, Maryville High Spoofhounds saw a way to be the best they could be. Because of that attitude and practice, the Spoofhounds were named the Midland Empire Conference Supremacy Champions. There are eight schools in the MEC: Benton, Cameron, Chillicothe, Lafayette, LeBlond, Maryville, Savannah and St. Pius with 19 different competitive
Senior Anne Schieber of Northeast Nodaway placed second in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:35.80.
At the May 13 Skidmore City Council meeting, Nodaway-Holt Superintendent Jeff Blackford inquired as to Skidmore’s interest in having an electronic sign to inform the community about school events and activities. With the athletic cooperative between NH and West Nodaway, Blackford said more traffic would be traveling between the two schools on Highway 113.