The following is a list of activities that happened during the month of October:
The HS Football team was Co‐Flint Hills League Champions with a 3‐0 record. The team is currently 5‐3 overall as they play their final district game on Friday, October 26th at Maur Hill Prep in Atchison. With a win, the team will qualify for the playoffs.
The HS Cross Country teams finished their season at the Alma‐Wabaunsee 2A Regionals on October 20th, with 3 kids just narrowly missing qualifying for the State Meet.
HS Volleyball ended their season at 7‐27 as they lost in the first round of Sub‐State against #1 seed, Wabaunsee at the Herington Sub‐State on October 20th. The Flint Hills League Volleyball Tournament was held on October 13th at Osage City, where the Lady Vikings placed 7th.
The JH Girls’ Volleyball team placed 3rd at the Flint Hills Junior League Tournament on October 13th at Central Heights. The A‐team girls had a 9‐5 league record and a 3rd place finish at the Perry Lecompton Inv.
The JH Football team finished their season at 5‐2 overall and 3‐1 in league play, which was good for 3rd place in the Flint Hills Junior League.
A.J. Rubio took 1st place at the Flint Hills Junior League Cross Country Meet on October 11th at Council Grove.
JH students, Joe Wayman, Colton Appelhanz and Morgan Campbell took 3rd Place in the Junior High division at the ‘Mental Math Day’ sponsored by West Franklin on October 6th.
JH Basketball began practices on October 15th and their first game will be November 1st at MV.
The HS Scholars Bowl season is underway and will host their Home meet on November 6th.
The MVHS Band participated in the Washburn University Marching Band Festival on October 10th.
The MVHS Band also sponsored their own ‘Marching Band Festival’ on October 24th on the MV football field with approximately 10 schools attending.
Vocal Music teacher, Amelia Hancock and MVJH sponsored the FHJL Vocal Music competition at Emporia State University on October 15th.
The HS Student Council officers participated in the Flint Hills League Retreat at Camp Wood on Wednesday, September 26th. It was a great day of leadership activities for our Stuco officers.
Former USA Olympic Bobsledder and motivational speaker, Chip Minton, entertained students in grades 5‐12 at a special assembly on October 2nd. Mr. Minton shared both his personal story and his pro career.
On behalf of the Mission Valley Jr.‐Sr. High School Staff, we want to thank you for the support and encouragement that you give your child each and every day and please join us as we challenge your child to be the best they can be!