Photo challenge: Chasing Autumn, Winner is Danika Cumming Congratulations on your entry!
Veterans Day Program
Former Maxwell Wildcat, Madison Heinzen now plays for the Lady Knights Basketball Team @ Midplains Community College in North Platte, NE. https://www.npccknights.com/sports/wbkb/2021-22/bios/heinzen_madison_yn7a
The Wildcat Pantry Drive was a success! More than 1,200 items were donated. The student council would like to thank everyone for their contributions. More information will come out soon on the backpack program.
Pic Of The Week Challenge: " Chasing Autumn"
Veterans Day Celebration & Coffee Bar
Veterans Day Program Join us, as we honor our Veterans with a special program, Thursday November 11th. Complimentary coffee for veterans and their families will be served at 9:15 AM. The program will follow, in the old gym at Maxwell Public School at 10:00 AM.
Maxwell fans, please take a look at the attached link for Maxwell Boys Basketball gear for the upcoming season. There are numerous different brands, styles, as well as womens and mens sizes. There are also non-sport specific options that will be perfect for any Maxwell event. A portion of the funds from the sales will go back to helping the boys basketball team with future expenses. The store closes Tuesday, November 9th so do not wait! Thank you for your support! ~Coach Conner and the boys~ https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/wgavgTs4oC
Ok Wildcat's Halloween is upon us. So while you're out bumping the night, don't forget your phone to snap pictures of your best costume or halloween activities and submit them to the Pic Of The Week for a chance to win a trick or treat...HAHAHAH
Congratulations! Kris Cheek for being this week's "Pic Of The Week" WINNER!
Pic Of The Week submissions for this week's contest close soon! Submit today!
Anyone interested in playing football next season please join the team Remind page. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to join as well. -Coach Feeney #WildcatFootball
MAY 17-Teacher Workday MAY 18-Teacher Workday MAY 21-22 State Track in Omaha Good Luck Dalton at State Track!!!
Boys Offseason Program Announcement Hello! My name is Eamonn Feeney. I will be the new head football coach at Maxwell and I will be running the summer weights sessions for the boys. We will begin our offseason program on June 7th. Official weight room days will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. All training sessions will run from 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM. Those days will be focused on proper movement patterns, speed, and power. You will have additional opportunities to improve in specific sports throughout the week. Football will have short skill sessions immediately following weights on Mondays and Tuesdays. Communicate with your other coaches on additional opportunities to work with them. Offseason Goals: Tier 1 Summer Goals: Have Fun Build Relationships Stay Hungry Tier 2 Summer Goals: Create and teach a standard of expectations. Train Speed ----- Feed the Cats! Build/Reinforce Movement Patterns - Technique Trumps Weight! If you need to get a hold of me, you can reach me on my cell at 308-520-6370 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations Class of 2021! Media Coverage: https://www.knopnews2.com/2021/05/16/maxwell-highs-graduating-class-of-2021/?fbclid=IwAR2tcvTnVP86R6GMJXWQQ_ySjwppjDTo2yLoN2vy4-6wqGzbMW_FmmPecJs
We are ready to celebrate the Class of 2021! Congratulations to the 2021 Maxwell Senior Class!! Live streaming will begin at 2:00 PM Live stream link: https://fb.me/e/ivVyxqagB Maxwell Schools Counselor Page: https://www.facebook.com/lori.mau.587 Graduation, here we come!
WE DID IT!!! Roughly 274 days ago we gathered not knowing what a year teaching through a pandemic would look like but we made it!!! You all adapted and went above and beyond the call of duty to make this year a great one for our students. You survived the daily challenges and changes that were sent our way. You all rallied together to help the cafeteria make sure that our students received a hot lunch daily or helped sanitize the desk and take temperatures in the morning. There was a popular bumper sticker several years ago that read: “If you can read this, thank a teacher.” That bumper sticker presented a true statement, but it does not speak to the full role of educators and our staff members in our school today. You all are much more than educators, you are mentors, friends, and counselors. While you still teach reading, along with math, science, and social studies, you are also teaching little ones how to tie their shoes or helping students deal with the loss of friendships and family members. Teaching and mentoring our next generation of leaders is one of the most important contributions we can make to the future, and you carry out this mission every day. Thank you to Maxwell staff, parents, students, board members, and our COMMUNITY, without each and every one of you we would not have been able to successfully complete 274 days of in-school instruction and we are forever grateful! Together we learned, we grew, and we survived! WE ARE MAXWELL!!!! 🧡🖤🧡🖤
Graduation will be live streamed via this link. If by chance it does not work please check the Maxwell Schools Counselors Facebook page (link also provided). Sorry for any inconvenience the Maxwell School Page live Facebook is having technical difficulties. Thanks and congratulations to the class of 2021!! Graduation is at 2:00 pm tomorrow. Live stream link: https://fb.me/e/ivVyxqagB Maxwell Schools Counselor Page: https://www.facebook.com/lori.mau.587
Congrats to the newly elected Student Council Officers! Jett Simpson, president, Harley Kuenning, vice president, Joree Cumming, secretary and Breanna Francescato, treasurer.