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Grade School's first Lego League makes it to State in first year.
The Maroa-Forsyth Grade School First Lego League (FLL) has already had a great first year! After competing against 14 other teams in the city competition in Mt. Zion, our FLL was one of five teams to make it to state!
The team designed their own piece of inclusive playground equipment, had it 3D printed, and presented it to the Village of Forsyth. The public works director was impressed and will explore the possibility of implementing it into the park.
The state tournament took place at the University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign on December 7.
Maroa-Forsyth Middle School Girls Basetball Team Finishes Season Strong
The Middle School Girls Basketball season is over, but our Trojan pride is never ending! The 7th grade team ended the season with a record of 21-6, winning regionals against Arthur and sectionals at home against Olympia! The 8th grade team record was 19-5, and they won regionals against Warrensburg-Latham. Congratulations, girls!
National Honor Society Members Volunteer to Help Those in Need
The Maroa-Forsyth National Honor Society volunteered at the Judy Mason Thanksgiving Basket Project at Hickory Point Mall in November. For 25 years, the Judy Mason Thanksgiving Basket
Project has brought together local volunteers who organize and distribute food and toiletry donations to families in need.
Music Department Performances
The Maroa-Forsyth Middle SchoolBand and Middle School and HighSchool Choirs performed a mini concert at Hickory Point Mall onSaturday, December 7. This wasthe 11th year for this MusicDepartment performance.The Middle School and High SchoolBand and Choir Christmas Concertswere held on Sunday, December 15,in the High School Gym. Thank youto everyone who came out tosupport our musicians!