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Walterville Market, 39317 McKenzie Hwy., Walterville Shopping Center

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2/23/15

McKenzie students in grades, 8, 10-11 and 12 were interviewed to get their input for three categories: Strengths, Challenges and opportunities. Below is a compilation of their input.

STRENGTHS

Last week our boys basketball season ended with a loss to Alsea. They finished 8-17 overall with a 6th place finish in the MWL. Please congratulate the boys as well as Coach Scrivner on a job well done of representing our school with honor. During the MWL championships three of our boys were recognized on the all-league team. Blue Bloomer received honorable mention while Alex Nastasiuk and Eric Huffman were selected to the 3rd team.

McKenzie Varsity Sports Schedule This Week

The Eagle Varsity Girls team will play for the Mtå. West League Tournament Championship on Saturday, February 21. The playoff game will be held at Northwest Christian University in Eugene, with tip-off scheduled at 3:00 pm.

McKenzie Men Skin Wolverines, 54-36

Planning meetingFINN ROCK: “Our job as a community and as a school is to make sure every student has an opportunity to be the best they can be,” were the words superintendent Jim Thomas used to open a public meeting at the McKenzie Elementary School’s pagoda building last Wednesday night. “We cannot short change them in terms of academics, social skills or the work ethic they need to have to be successful in whatever field they choose to go into,” he added.

During the 2-1/2 hour session parents, teachers and administrators broke up into small groups that worked on topics ranging from expanding vocational training to ways of  improving communications with the community.

 

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McKenzie School District Strategic Plan
First Draft
“Inspiring students to achieve their academic and individual potential“

Atop Hwy. 242The year 2014 was the hottest on Earth in 134 years of record-keeping, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, continuing a pattern of global warming that is attributed primarily to rising levels of greenhouse gases.
Oregon was not exempt from the warming and logged the second hottest year since records were kept beginning in 1895, according to researchers with the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State University.

 

Because of the four-day weekend that lies ahead, I wanted to get some info out about the next couple of weeks for our high school basketball.
Some of this is tentative, but it'll give you an idea of what to expect.
Boys:
Monday 2/16: Vs. Alsea 7pm
Wednesday 2/18 @ Mapleton 7pm(if we defeat Alsea)
Saturday 2/21 @ Northwest Christian University (if we defeat Mapleton)
2/23-2/28 Rounds 1 and 2 of OSAA State Championships (if victorious at NCU)
3/3-3/7 State Championships in Baker City (if we get through rounds 1 and 2)

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