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  • WVC Art Show March 23, 2017 West Monona Art students attended the Western Valley Conference art show held in Mapleton, on March 23, 2017. These six students represented their school with the upmost maturity and professionalism, as well as in setting up the art pieces for display.  Schools included in the Western Valley Conference include Kingsley-Pierson, Lawton-Bronson, Maple Valley-Anthon Oto, Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove, Ridge View, River Valley, Siouxland Christian, West Monona, Westwood, Whiting and Woodbury Central.  West Monona high school art students received the following awards:Paige Nichols-Blue Ribbon, Red Ribbon, Gold Medalist and Judges’ Choice Sara Bellis- 2 Red Ribbons, Mira Jensen- 2 Red Ribbons, White Ribbon, 2 Judges’ Choice RibbonsAndelin Bellis- White RibbonMichelle Lu- Silver ...
    Posted Mar 24, 2017, 11:52 AM by Kristopher Lyons
  • Academic Letter Winner and Honor Roll Awards On Monday, March 13, 2017 the West Monona high school hosted the Academic Awards program. The Onawa Woman’s Club members, Jessica Hupke and Chrissy Westendorf were here to honor all sophomores, juniors, and seniors for their academic achievements. To qualify for an Honor Roll Pin you must be on the honor roll both semesters in 2016. The Woman’s Club awards a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior. Those applications are available through the High School guidance office. Mr. Chesnut presented Academic Letter Awards. Students with at least a 3.25 GPA for two consecutive semesters received awards. A student cannot have any grade lower than a C- in any of their classes to qualify for either of these ...
    Posted Mar 20, 2017, 8:51 AM by Kristopher Lyons
  • Blessing Baskets West Monona senior, Allyson Rose, just completed her final Family Community Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) project. Throughout high school, Allyson has been involved with the national and state recognized FCCLA Peer Education program on the teams of Student Body and Public Relations. The Peer Education program is designed to help students educate their peers. This has allowed her to do several projects concerning topics such as suicide awareness, eating disorder prevention, increasing membership, communicating chapter events, and promoting positive mental health. In her recent project, she raised funds, bought merchandise, put together, and delivered “Blessing Baskets” for hospitalized children. They were delivered to Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, NE on Friday, March 10, 2017 ...
    Posted Mar 14, 2017, 12:54 PM by Kristopher Lyons
  • February Students of the Month Grades K-2Front row: Hope Hinson, Chance Richards, Harllie Smith, Steele Beerman, Middle row: Madison Hill, Xander Johnson, Brynn Bellis, Jason Stewart, Michael Fox, Back row: Hannah Griffith, Jakob Brewer, Isaiah Burgess, Ben MonahanGrades 3-5Front row: Terry Moser, Aidan Schlitter, Addison Swearingen, Anna Crawford, Middle row: Trenten Torticill, Savannah Lucas, Curtis Richards, Logan O'Dell, Back row: Andrew Orr, Cohen Nygaard, Bryce Carter, Gracie Reicks, Makenzie Poole, Emma JensenThank you to Dan's Pizza for providing lunch for grades 3 through 5 and to Miller's Kitchen for allowing us to use their meeting room! 
    Posted Mar 13, 2017, 3:44 AM by Kristopher Lyons
  • West Monona Elementary Celebrates Read Across America West Monona Elementary celebrated "Read Across America" and Dr. Seuss's birthday during the week of February 27-March 2. Monday was "Cat in the Hat" Day where students and staff could wear a hat and/or stripes. Tuesday was "Fox in Sox" Day and you could wear crazy or unmatched socks. We also had older students read to younger students during the day. Wednesday, students and staff could dress as their favorite book character, and Thursday was "Cozy Up with a Good Book" Day. Students and staff were able to wear their pajamas to school. Parents were invited to read with their students to start the day and the senior English students read to each class. Thanks to everyone ...
    Posted Mar 6, 2017, 6:30 AM by Kristopher Lyons
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