Winners of the Regional Science Fair held at Southern Arkansas University on March 16 were all MJHS students! Congratulations to third place winner, Jake Nielsen, second place winner, Maggie Cassidy, and first place winner, Sierra Putney, Sierra was awarded a $5000 scholarship to SAU!
Mrs. Cowling’s seventh grade science classes built roller coasters as part of their STEM projects.
In appreciation of African American History month during the month of February, Ms. Harrell’s third and fifth Period Pre-AP History classes had to write a Children’s Book featuring a not so famous (to them) African American. They had to write and illustrate the entire book. They were given a children’s book about John H. Johnson (native Arkansan and owner of Ebony Magazine) as an example to go by. These students did an exceptional job on their book.
Autumn Makenzie, Allie Cranston, Anyri Wright
Cade Key, Olivia Ferguson, Rachel Ward, Troi Kacsir
Students in Mrs. Reed’s seventh grade science classes have been studying the impact that humans have on the ecosystems around them. To wrap up the unit they “polluted the river”. In the beginning they had a clean river and added different pollutants to it to see how our normal activities can add to the pollution of the water sources around us.