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Cloverbelt Scholar Recipients Honoroed

Cloverbelt Scholars

Congratulations to Hayley Scheppler and Leah Higgins for their recognition as Cloverbelt Scholar Recipients. Also, congratulations to Mrs. Roehrborn and Mrs. Pickett for being selected as their Honored Educators.

EF Global Education Excellence Award 

Foreign Exchange Students

Spencer High School has received national recognition for excellence in global education from EF High School Exchange Year, the leader in high school exchange. 

The EF High School Exchange Year Global Education Excellence Award is presented annually to high schools that demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to international understanding and global awareness. Spencer High School was one of a select group of high schools and districts recognized across the United States for the 2017-18 school year.  Please click "Read More" for more details. 

 

 

Microbiology and Parasitology Course Offered by Spencer High School

MicrobiologyStudents from several high schools enrolled in Spencer's distance-learning Microbiology & Parasitology class met at Spencer High School on April 9th & 10th to experience hands-on learning with biotechnology equipment related to molecular biology, genetics, and immunology. Biochemist Ryan Olson from the Promega Corporation's BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute was present to help with the labs. The students this year also had two days of lab time in December, as well as field trips to learn about waste water treatment and to study medical laboratory procedures. - Submitted by Mr. Benton

8th Grade FACE Sewing Projects

Emojis

The 8th grade students in Ms. Polka’s FACE class completed their sewing unit by making emoji pillows. Students learned about sewing safety, identifying tools and equipment, hand sewing, and constructing a pillow. Each student selected their own emoji and created a pattern to cut out their fabric. Students then sewed their pillows by hand. They began by assembling facial features, sewing the fabric with right sides together, stuffing the pillow, and finishing it with some more hand sewing. The finished product was a 12 inch pillow. Students learned consistency, time, and patience were important during this process. They all enjoyed this experience as they  wanted to make a second one! - Submitted by Ms. Polka

 

 

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