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Test Takers Rewarded

  As many people know, taking tests can be a little dull. The Silver Lake High School has come out with a way to challenge and push students into doing their best by awarding the group with the highest average a well earned day out. Last spring Mrs. Behmer’s group came out on top, but due to time restrictions they were not able to take their day out in the spring, but instead they got to join Mrs. Heuertz’s winning . . .

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JH takes Second Place in the Kenesaw Tournament

On Friday, December 9, the JH Basketball Girls traveled to Kenesaw to participate in the Junior High Kenesaw Tournament. For the first game, the Mustangs played against Kenesaw ‘B’ team, and took a win from them with an ending score of 13-10. Moving up the bracket, the girls then played against Kenesaw ‘A’ team in the championship game; even though the girls didn’t win, they ended with a close score of . . .

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Start to Winter sports brings mixed outcomes

  On Friday, December 1, the Mustangs kicked off their basketball season on their home court vs. Deshler. The Lady Mustangs had a rough go with a final score of 68-29. Leading the way for the Mustangs was Abbie Skupa, scoring 12 points, followed by Elizabeth Trausch with 8. Makayla Dinkler also scored 5 points and Quinn Kilmer came in with 4. Trausch and Dinkler came in with 8 rebounds, Skupa with 7, Kerigan Karr came in with . . .

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December Mustang Message

Welcome to MUSTANG MESSAGES.  This newsletter is especially designed for senior parents and seniors.  It is my hope that the information given in this newsletter will be useful as you make plans for the future.  I plan to include information on scholarships, important dates that you may want to remember, college rep. visit reminders, and other information that seniors and parents will need to know. MUSTANG MESSAGES . . .

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A Tough Loss in the Books

On December 4th the Silver Lake JH girls took on the Blue Hill Bobcats on their home court in Roseland. The B team lost 26-8. Rehgan Miller and Josi Sharp put up 4 points for the Mustangs. Mrs. Henkel said, “The girls came out and played really tough against Blue Hill, but we were unable to break their press which really hurt us.” The A team also took a loss with a closer score of 16-27. Contributing to the Mustangs score . . .

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The Final Act

On Tuesday November 28, the Outlaws and their crew loaded up the bus with their costumes and set and headed to Shickley for District One Act. The Outlaws had a fantastic performance-the best of the season- and received 6th place overall and many outstanding performance awards. Those who received an award were Desiree Kempkes, Alyssa Schmidt, Taran Hanson, Elizabeth Trausch, A.J. Neimeyer, Ashley Jensby, and Daniel Acosta. . . .

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November AR Winners

Silver Lake Accelerated Reader program winners for November include Daniel Acosta, Casey Cassell, Alex Ehrman, Lane Parr, Jocelyn Wahl, and Ashley Jensby.  A big thank you goes out to Dairy Queen, Pastime Lanes, and the Rivoli theater for supporting this program with their generosity.

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A Night Of Food And Laughs

  A couple hours before showtime for Dinner Theater on Tuesday the 21st of November, the Silver Lake One Act cast and crew got a great practice run through of their performance for the Elementary and High School students and staff. At 6:30 the audience started arriving for the main event, The Dinner Theatre.  The night started off with a well prepared meal by Jeannie Kral, which consisted of a bacon wrapped chicken breast . . .

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The JH Girls Take a Win from Red Cloud

  Tuesday, November 28th the Junior High Girls played against the Red Cloud Warriors on their home court in Roseland. The girls battled their way to a win with a score of 27-19. Coach Mrs. Henkel commented on how the girls played: “Something I think the girls can work on is handling the ball and passing to each other, but they are very good in determination and teamwork skills.” Seventh grade student Reagan Rust . . .

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