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Patrick Rial named associate principal at Miller Middle School

Patrick Rial is the new associate principal at Miller Middle School. Rial has been elementary assistant principal and At-Risk coordinator for Fort Dodge Community School District since 2011. He has teaching experience at Fort Dodge, Davenport, Saydel and Houston, Texas. … Continue reading

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Miller students place 7th at National History Day contest

After months of intensive research and success at regional and state level competitions, Jacqueline Wahl and Victoria Johnson, presented their Junior Group Exhibit entitled, “Rights and Responsibilities of Managing the Monopolies” at the annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day … Continue reading

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Miller hosts 7th annual Soccer Shootout

More than 140 students participated in the 7th annual Miller Middle School Soccer Shootout Wednesday, May 7, at Franklin Field. The tournament ran from 2:45pm to 6:45pm, with eight boys teams and four girls team competing in the tournament. Tournament … Continue reading

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Miller duo advance to National History Day

Miller Middle School students Jacqueline Wahl and Victoria Johnson will complete in the National History Day contest June 15-19 in College Park, Maryland. Wahl and Johnson qualified for the national competition after advancing through district and state contests. Their group … Continue reading

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Seventh grader projects positivity

No matter what day it is, Miller Middle School seventh grade student Vanessa Magana has a smile on her face. “She brightens the day of everybody in class and she’s a good role model,” said her math teacher Deb Johnson. … Continue reading

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School district to purchase 1,200 more computers: Acer Chromebooks to be used by students

More than 1,200 additional computers will be headed to the Marshalltown Community School District for student use next school year. As part of what school leaders are calling a digital conversion, the district plans to purchase 1,248 Acer Chromebooks. The … Continue reading

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Miller students selected for Belin-Blank Summer Institute

Several Miller Middle School students were selected as participants in the Belin-Blank Summer Institute for the Arts and Sciences held June 22-27 at the University of Iowa. The week-long residential summer program invites 120 Iowa seventh and eighth grade students … Continue reading

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Quiet leader speaks up to learn

Being a quiet leader is just fine with Stephanie Sanchez, an eighth grader at Miller Middle School. “It helps me pay attention,” the 14-year-old said. Read Stephanie’s spotlight in today’s Marshalltown Times-Republican.

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Marshalltown students advance to state National History Day

Marshalltown Schools will send three projects to the state National History Day contest April 28 at the State Historical Society of Iowa. Extended Learning Program (ELP) students from Lenihan Intermediate, Miller Middle School and Marshalltown High School were part of … Continue reading

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Miller students earn ribbons at ITEC Fair

Nineteen Miller Middle School students participated in the Central Iowa Student Technology Fair at Iowa State University Tuesday, April 1, earning numerous honors. The students, all part of the Extended Learning Program, were among 200 students representing more than 15 … Continue reading

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