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Marengo Community High School District 154

110 Franks Road Marengo, IL 60152

Phone 815-568-6511   Fax 815-568-6510


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March 2010

MCHS MUSIC CHECKBOOKS NOW ONLY $20!

The MCHS Music Department still has some of their Checkbooks for sale. These great books originally cost $30, but now are available for only $20. These coupons are just like a check that youd write out, and are treated the same as cash. Also, you have until August 31 before these coupons expire, much longer than the average coupon! »

Sculpture and Manufacturing Technology Creating Bronze Medallions

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The molten bronze being poured.

The Manufacturing Technology and Sculpture classes teamed up this semester to produce bronze medallions using clay molds and bronze sand casting. The Sculpture class created clay relief medallions depicting an event from the 20th century. Groups of artists packed the relief sculptures in a sand investment for the casting process. The Manufacturing Technology class the poured the molten bronze. The classes are taught by Mr. Taylor and Mr. Pomykala. »

SkillsUSA News

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Congratulations to Caleb Noble, Gabe Herrera, and Jeremy Franke!!! They have qualified to go to to the SkillsUSA State competitions April 15-17th. Caleb and Gabe will be competing in Automotive Refinishing, taught by Mr. Vince Long. This is the first time that Auto Refinishing has been to SkillsUSA competitions. Jeremy will be competing in Culinary Arts, taught by Ms. Sager. This makes it three years in a row Culinary Art students from Marengo have competed at state. Good Luck in Springfield! »

Students of the Month

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The PRIDE committee of Marengo Community High School recognized eight students selected by the faculty as "December Students of the Month." These students are: (back row, left to right) Faith Dooley (sophomore), Emily Cisneros (freshman), Ernesto Fernandez (senior), and Tyler Dikancic (junior); (front row, left to right) Melissa Czechowski (freshman), and Brenda Vilchis (senior). These students were treated to a pizza lunch provided by Joe's Place restaurant. »

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