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Sixth graders working with hands-on robotics project

The goal is create a working robot that can be controlled via a remote. This robotics project is underway in the sixth grade science classes at Lenihan Intermediate School taught by Brandon Goldman. Students are spending several days looking at … Continue reading

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MHS welcomes newest group into National Honor Society

Marshalltown High School inducted 47 students into the National Honor Society during a ceremony held on April 24 at the MHS/Community Auditorium. Students are selected for the National Honor Society by displaying character, leadership and service qualities and also achieving … Continue reading

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Goldilocks on trial in Miller spring play on Thursday

Miller Middle School in Marshalltown will present the spring play “The Trial of Goldilocks” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 in the Miller auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public. The play takes a look at three … Continue reading

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Providing leadership and direction

1999 MHS graduate helps company grow Bethney (Larson) Ahrendsen said she is lucky to have found a career she is passionate about at a company where she can participate as a leader to drive future growth. She is a 1999 … Continue reading

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MHS hosts CIML Conference art show

Marshalltown High School hosted the CIML Conference art show on April 17 at the MHS/Community Auditorium. Participating schools included Ames, Fort Dodge, Marshalltown and Mason City. Marshalltown High School had three students named category winners in the competition as Tatum … Continue reading

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Military Science class at MHS completes STEM robotics project

A STEM project a few weeks in the making is coming to a completion in the Military Science class at Marshalltown High School. Students assembled what is known as a SeaPerch, which a robotics device that can float above water … Continue reading

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Lexia reading program progresses in year 3 in district

The Lexia Core 5 Reading program is in year three of implementation in the Marshalltown Community School District in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. Lexia is an online personalized learning experience in six areas of reading instruction. “It’s given us … Continue reading

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