Eighth grade students from West Nodaway, St. Gregory, South Nodaway, North Nodaway and sophomores from Northeast Nodaway attended County Government Day February 28. The students spent the morning at the Nodaway County Courthouse and County Administration Center listening to the county-elected officials. Maryville Fire Department Phil Rickabaugh helped St. Gregory eighth grader Joe Snyders into
The 100th day of school was celebrated February 27 at Nodaway-Holt Elementary and March 1 at West Nodaway Elementary. With both schools on four-day weeks, the 100th day signifies the students have finished 2/3 of the school year. The NH kindergarten class was stacking 100 cups into different size pyramids.
The Maryville Middle School Lighthouse Community Recognition Action Team recognized the “Meals on Wheels” Nodaway County Senior Center Home-Delivered meals program with the Golden Milkbone.
The third grade at Eugene Field Elementary, Maryville, completed an economics unit after inviting local entrepreneur, Pop & Nana Henry’s Kettle Corn in to talk about their business. The students created jobs, applied for those jobs, advertised, collected money and popped popcorn for the entire elementary school. They donated all proceeds to Big Brothers Big
The Nodaway News Leader reached out to parents, staff members and patrons of Nodaway-Holt and West Nodaway to provide their views on their schools’ four-day week. Both schools have had their first reading of the school calendar for the 2023 – 24 school year, which is set for a four-day school week. The schools’ leadership made the
Platte Valley basketball hosted DeKalb February 3, with the girls coming away with a 60-12 win, and the boys winning 77-27.
The 100th day of school is celebrated by Nodaway County elementary schools. You can find the print exclusive photos on page 3 of the NNL. More to come next week!
Maryville Middle School was the site of the February 6 Nodaway County Spelling Bee. Two students from Maryville Middle School, Jefferson, West Nodaway, Horace Mann, Northeast Nodaway and St. Gregory participated. After five rounds, Tessa Mayne, MMS, was the winner with the word, “trilby,” and the championship word was “bookworm.” Alantin Cromer, Horace Mann, placed
Blake Bohannon, the son of Ray and Tobie Bohannon, and Morgan Wilmes, the daughter of Norbert and Tammy Wilmes are the Nodaway-Holt King and Queen.Xander Kent, the son of Robert and Amy Kent, and Emma Young, the daughter of Rich and Melissa Cook are the West Nodaway King and Queen.
Mustang Seniors Damian Dailey and Jacquelyn Cline were announced as king and queen during the North Nodaway vs Platte Valley games on January 20 in Hopkins. The senior candidates were Ryver Wolf, Braya McGinness, King Damian Dailey, Queen Jacquelyn Cline, Jeremiah Dobbins and Ellaina Renfro.