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The last school day before our Holiday Break is schedule for Tuesday, December 19th. Martin City School will not be in session December 20th through January 2nd. Classes will resume on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018.

Martin City Linc Dance Team Performs at Harlem Globetrotters Game

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Martin City Middle School launches student magazine

The after school magazine club, led by sponsor Sherry McCombs, recently launched its first student magazine publication. The digital magazine called The Bulldog can be viewed electronically. The Bulldog magazine staff is made up of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. These students worked put their interviewing and writing skills to work tackling subjects ranging from school events to real-world topics and interests.

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Fifth graders build Transcontinental Railroad

The Marin City 5th graders participated in a hands-on simulation of the historic construction of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1865. After randomly selecting a company to work for, the Union Pacific Railroad Company or the Central Pacific Railroad Company, the teams planned out how they would work as a team.

Bulldog Buddies

Great things happen when the older Martin City kids pair up to help the younger Bulldogs!

FOCUS Students Become Finalist in Battle of the Brains Competition

Student’s in CAIR’s Focus Program got some big news! The CEO of Burns and McDonnell, reps from Science City and Fox 4 News showed up to class Thursday morning to reveal they were finalists in the Burns and McDonnell Battle of the Brains competition! We need your help! Our Grandview Focus students in 4th and 5th grade are finalists in the Burns and McDonnell Battle of the Brains Contest! The competition is one of Kansas City’s favorite K-12 competitions for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Accidental Sweet Potato Harvest

Last spring first graders planted sweet potatoes in the Martin City garden. Not even knowing that the sweet potatoes were there, this years first graders found them while prepping the gardens for winter.
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