On October 28th, 9 Millard South students competed at the Omaha Central Math Contest. The contest consisted of 4 team math events. All teams competed well and represented Millard South with pride. Millard South finished in 6th place among Omaha and Lincoln teams. Way to go Patriots!
Millard South competed in the UNO Math Contest on Friday, October 24th The events consisted of 3 individual events: justification problems, multiple choice, and target problems. Millard South did very well as a team finishing 4th out of 16 high schools. Congratulations to Zach Warneke who finished 2nd.and Eddy Yuan who finished 11th overall out of 188 students!
So-- was Unity Day. This year's anti-bullying theme was "The End of Bullying Begins With Me." Diversity Club went to Rockwell Elementary to promote the day with a presentation to 5th graders, who then-- (the actual designated day)--presented to preschool through 4th grade. Kids made unity chains and signed the Resolution of Respect, too.
Mrs. Schroeder's Pride Time, Justin , Tatum , Mackenzie , Jamie , Lauryn , Jamie , Allyssa and Angelica took part in the Keep Omaha Beautiful Youth Cleanup Day on Sunday! They worked to clean up Lake Zorinsky and surrounding fields. Good work Patriots!! LOVE, SERVE. CARE!!!
Have a great week and fresh start to second quarter!!
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