At the start of the new semester, Steve Andrews exhibited some samples of Chinese culture to the four Chinese classes at Kennedy Secondary School. Among the exhibits was a Han dynasty horse, to mark the end of the Year of the Horse.
Mr. Andrews has visited China several times as a Dean with Concordia’s Global Language Villages.
The Fergus Falls varsity Knowledge Bowl team, known in competition as Fergus Falls Fire, has burned the competition in special categories at each of their first two meets.
The first meet of the season in Concordia took place just before winter and played host to a level of competition on par with the annual state tournament. The Fire, which consisted of Kate Groesbeck, Luke Velde, and Josh Holzworth earned the Mathematics prize for answering the most Math-based questions correctly across all rounds of play.
This is the third time that snakes come to visit Mrs. Andrews and her Chinese class. Kyle Krull was a student who graduated two years ago. He did a wonderful presentation about snakes. Last year we had three snakes; this year he … Continue reading →
Some Kennedy Middle-School National History Day students participated in a History Day Hullabaloo, which is designated for research. They went to the Minnesota State University-Moorhead Lord Livingston Library for the morning. Mrs. Buckmeier, Aaron Demuth, Sadie Carter and Missy Hermes went … Continue reading →