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For the first time in eleven years, the Plevna Cougars traveled to the 4C District Tournament.

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The United States Senate Youth Program, USSYP for short, is an annual program opened up to competitive high school Juniors and Seniors whose interests are heavily weighted in government, history, and politics.

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The junior class took their multiple-choice test ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) Test via computer on Feb. 11.

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On Feb. 15, the Floriculture and Mechanics traveled to Wibaux for more district competitions.

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Ms. Boyer worked with first grade students to create slime! Slime is one of those fluids that does not quite fit with others.

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Mrs. Rost’s anatomy & physiology classes were able to do some hands-on learning when studying muscles in this past unit.

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This year the wrestling Senior Night was Feb. 9, at the Longfellow gym. The matches were against Sidney, Circle and Broadus.

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Valentines Day, as we know it, is a day to celebrate our love and affection towards friends and family. It originated in Rome, during the festival of Lupercalia, originally meant for the pairing of brides with potential husbands. Now, it is lightly celebrated on Feb. 14 with yummy chocolates…

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On Feb. 12, during the basketball games against Wibaux, between the JV boys’ game and the varsity girls’ game the 2021 Senior Class was recognized.

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The JV Boys’ secured a win against the Wibaux Longhorns, 37 to 32. Caiden Gray was the high scorer of the night with 11 points, Nick Buerkle added 10, Cooper Peterson put in 6, Ethan Mellon sunk 5, both Tristan Buerkle and Kalob Bollinger each added 2 points, and Trae Oberlander put in a poi…

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On Feb. 9, president, Dacy Buerkle, called to order the sixth meeting of the Plevna FFA Chapter. The treasurer’s report and the minutes from the previous meeting were approved as correct by the chapter.

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The Wibaux Longhorns came to take on the Lady Cougars in a JV and Varsity games.

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Ms. Boyer’s High School art projects class was recently assigned to make a natural sculpture. A natural sculpture is a type of sculpture inspired by forms and processes from nature. These include life cycles, weather, seasons, or geographical changes. Students were given instructions to use …

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FCCLA Week came and brought numerous schoolwide activities with it! With FCCLA being the only student-led organization with family at its focus, the Plevna Chapter asked members to help celebrate their family throughout the week. To kick off the week, chapter members visited the elementary c…

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The second parent’s night of the season was scheduled to honor senior girls basketball parents, cheerleaders, and speech and drama members. This was held on Feb. 2, at Baker High School with the game against Bowman. It was another special night and great to honor the parents/guardians who ra…

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After school, the team traveled to Terry to take on the Terriers. The final score ended with the Terriers taking the win 73 to 47.

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The Plevna FFA Officer team met on Feb. 2 to discuss activities in February as well as the chapter meeting on Feb. 9.

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The second grade class have enjoyed learning about out 26th US President, Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt.

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The high school physics class moved on from their Thermal Energy Unit after the semester to more Projectile Motion.

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 The Lady Cougars secured another win against the Terriers, ending with a final score of 56 to 42. A whopping 72 free throws were shot during the game between the two teams. Chloe Tudor was 100% from the line, and added a total of 14 points to the score. Sophia Tudor sunk 10 points, Hayden L…

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This year the Boys’ Senior Night was Jan. 28, at Baker High School with the game against the Bowman Bulldogs. There are four senior basketball players this year, Konner Flint son of Klint and Brenda Flint, Logan Graham son of Jason and Kelly Graham and Darin and Johnna Koenig, Nathan Hufford…

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The following students were chosen as “Spartan of the Month” for this February. All students were chosen by their teachers for portraying admirable qualities as Baker Spartans.

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Monday: Hot dog, mac and cheese, green beans, fruit

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Mrs. Smith’s sixth grade class has been studying Ancient Egypt in their history class. The students were tasked with creating a poster to display what they learned through their studies. Each student created their own poster with five facts about Egypt. One of the facts had to be written in …

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Mrs. Benner’s third grade class has been learning about making observations. To learn more about observations, the students traveled to Mrs. Schumacher’s biology class to learn about how to make qualitative and quantitative measurements. Before they began, the students watched a short video …

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The junior chemistry class have been learning about moles, and not the ones with hair!

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This week of January 25-29, the SADD organization sponsored “The Great Kindness Challenge” in all three schools. This challenge was to promote acts of kindness in our everyday lives, which included giving tasks for students to complete.

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Every year the science fair becomes an opportunity for students to express their creativity and broaden their learning and knowledge through research. The science fair occurred once again this past Jan. 22. As the status quo continues this year, for the first time these projects were present…

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After a two and half hour delay due to weather, the Plevna FFA Creed Speakers, Vet Science Team and Agronomy Team departed for Wibaux. Members that attended include Sophia Schumacher, Maddi Butori, Whitney Thielen, Chloe Tudor, Dacy Buerkle and Jenna Paul.

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Mrs. Benner’s third grade students have been studying the process of water absorption in plants. To present a visual, the students decided to use food dye and carnations. The students placed several carnations in a vase of dyed water. They then kept track of the amount of time it took before…

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January 11, the second grade students arrived to Mrs. Oberlander’s class to find a delicious surprise! Waiting there for them were American pancakes and Dutch Babies, both of which the students enjoyed very much. This exciting breakfast was a reward for their hard work and dedication in fini…

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Mrs. Menees’ advanced animal science class has recently moved on in their studies to the subject of Necropsy. By definition, necropsy is the thorough examination of an animal carcass to determine the cause, mode, or manner of death. Performing a necropsy may help pet owners understand their …

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January 16, marked the end to the Speech and Drama regular season meets. At this last meet Tuf Ranum placed 12th on Lincoln-Douglas Debate and Hannah Goerndt placed 6th in Dramatic Solo. Bryce Shelhamer and Chloee Thurlow did not attend and Zachery Craig was unable to compete due to unforese…

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The Baker Spartan basketball teams hosted Wolf Point for their second game of the season on Jan. 8.

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Mrs. Schumacher’s physics class has continued their hands-on learning and experimenting with the subject of Thermal Energy.