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Mrs. Petersen took eight 6th graders to compete in the middle school Book Blasters competition.

"Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them." ~ Lemony Snicket

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Soccer team on their 4-3 victory over Davis this week!

Society of American Military Engineers SMP Competition

Olsson Associates Award of Distinction went to Team #7
Keep the Arctic Cool: A Conservation Exhibit for Arctic Animals


Society of American Military Engineers SMP (Student Mentoring Program) Competition Awards:
Applied Sciences: Team #6 and #7                                      Innovation: Team #6
Research: Team #1, #4, #5, #6, and #7                                Teamwork: Team #1, #2, #4, #5, #6, and #7
Technology: Team #1, #2, #6, and #7                                  Sustainability: Team #6 and #7
Proposal: Team #6 and #7                                                    Presentation: Team #1, #2, #4, #5, and #6
GOLD AWARD: Presentation - Team #7
Team #1: Take Flight - Riley Griffith, Megan Bechtolt, Travon VanLemingham, Jayda Chandler, Alandra Brewer
Team #2: Project Oceania - Madison Johnson, Samuel Henson, Jayme Cox, Joshua Crawford, Alex Ventura, Jarrell Bennet
Team #3: Project Asian Cultural Diffusion - Henry Emmer, Nate Hipsher, Jordyn Chandler, Jacob Dar, Kasandra Fuertes-Holguin, Londell Avant
Team #4: A New Splash: A Redesign of the Owen's Sea Lion Pavillion - Sam RuweWorshek, Matthew Reida, Amaya Thompson, Clare Davidson-Sherman, Jaxson Krohn, Richard Throckmorton
Team #5: A Venture in Water - Alena Peters, Gabriel Kuncl, Shyanna Gill, Safiyyah Rab, Victor Mbengwie, Adam Gray
Team #6: Red Panda: An Interactive Joureny Through Nepal - Gabriela Maya, Alon Reed, Kai James, Daevian Danner, Seamus Cavanaugh
Team #7: Keep the Arctic Cool: A Conservation Exhibit for Arctic Animals - Eden Snell, Samantha Petersen, Wyatt Rath, Jackson Heller, Marissa Staley, William Miller


Congratulations to all of our students that competed in the Metro Science and Engineering Fair! Seamus Cavanaugh and Alex Kyle will both move on to the Nebraska State Science Fair on April 20th.

The following students placed in their category and together received a total of $680, not including special awards!
Animal Sciences: 1st - Richard Throckmorton, 2nd - Benjamin MIlls, 3rd - Eden Snell - Special Award from Mission Village Animal Clinic, 4th - Madison Johnson
Behavioral and Social Science: 4th - Gage Nance
Chemistry: Materials - 1st - Isaac Clarke, 2nd - Matthew Reida
Material Sciences: 3rd - Joshua Denton
Physics: Energy - 2nd - Tayah Greer
Plant Sciences: Growth and Development - 1st - Alexander Kyle - Special Award Winner Spencer Crews, 3rd - Elena Nygard
Earth and Environmental - 1st - Seamus Cavanaugh - Special Award Winner in Environmental Studies and Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium Award, 2nd - Megan Bechtolt - Special Award Winner in Environmental Studies, 3rd - Sneha Sengupta - Winner of an Aquafor Kit and Environmental Studies
Engineering: 2nd - Shyanna Gill, 3rd - Zane Reick

Don't miss out on the exciting STEM opportunities being offered at Omaha North this summer!

VEX Robotics Camp: 
2017 Camps will introduce the 2017-2018 competition for Create Jr. and VEX Robotics. Camps are designed for both the novice and experienced robotics students. This camp will be led by the VEX Robotics coaches from King Science & Technology Magnet and Omaha North High Magnet School. Students design, build, and program robots using state-of-the-art computer software.

STEM Explorer Camp
:  This camp will be led by Omaha North High Magnet School Biomedical, Computer Science, and Engineering teachers. Campers will keep their hands busy exploring code, DNA, and electronics while designing apps, and interacting with SparkFun Arduino kits.

Sign up form:

Congratulations to these students that earned a purple or blue ribbon in the King Science and Technology Magnet Science Fair.

Next stop is the Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair on March 11th at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo.


National Junior Honor Society
Congratulations to these 46 eighth grade students who were inducted into the NJHS in recognition of their excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.

Front doors open at 7:10
Breakfast: 7:10-7:25

Students arriving at 7:10 that do not want breakfast
will go to the following destinations:

5th & 6th - Library
7th & 8th - Gym

Wildcat Club is available in the morning from 6:30-7:10a.m. You must be a registered member of Wildcat Club to attend.


Student Art Show: Exquisite Collection at Bancroft Street Market