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MSHSAA 2013-14 Annual Interscholastic Head Injury Report
District Volleyball Champs
Jr. High Honor Choir
The students pictured below will represent Cass-Midway Vocal music as members of the 2014 WCMMEA Jr. High Honor Choirs at UCM in Warrensburg. The 7th and 8th graders will be in rehearsal workshop from and then present a concert at for the public. This is a free concert and all are encouraged to come and hear students from all over West Central Missouri in performance. Congratulations to these students for their hard work and dedication to music and the arts and to their parents for supporting them.
Fire Safety Assembly
By: Emily Rockley and Rachel Eason
On October 10 Midway Elementary hosted a Fire Safety Assembly for all grades. Local volunteer firefighters came to school and spoke about what to do if students were ever a fire situation. The firefighters taught certain safety procedures such as stop, drop and roll. They also reminded students to change the batteries in the smoke alarm, and to make sure their families have a first aid kit and map of their escape plan and meeting place.
Several Midway first graders display the fire helmets they received at the fire safety assembly.
Lady Vikings Place 2nd in WEMO Tourney
Pancakes for Parents
By Tessa Mills
Photo caption: 2013 Pancake flipping champion C. J. Chamberlin turns over the crown to the 2014 champion Chad Dean.
The Midway Cafeteria hosted the 11th annual Pancakes for Parents on October 9. Students and their families were invited to enjoy some pancakes and watch the pancake flipping competition. This year approximately 267 students, parents, and faculty attended. That exceeds last year’s attendance by 87 people and has set the record for the turnout.
This year the flipping winner was Mr. Chad Dean. He was able to reclaim his crown from a shocking loss last year when he was conquered by Coach C.J. Chamberlin. He was able to triumph this year with 149 complete tosses and catches.
A big thanks goes out to the volunteers who helped, as well as food services director Donna Hoover, who spearheads the event every year. Hoover said, “It was AWESOME!! It was the best turnout we have ever had. The parents and staff are what made it so successful, and every one had a ‘flipping’ good time.”