Mill Valley News

Reel Talk: ‘Batman vs. Superman’ will probably not be super

Reel Talk: ‘Batman vs. Superman’ will probably not be super

Jillian Leiby, JagWire managing editor

March 25, 2016


Filed under BLOGS

I hope you all had a good spring break. Unfortunately, there weren’t many good movies that came out last week, so I didn’t go see many. My father really wanted to see “10 Cloverfield Lane,” but I get very scared at horror movies, so I skipped it. So, instead, I want to look toward the fut...

Freshmen form curling team

Freshmen form curling team

Sam Lopez, Sarah Myers, JagWire reporter, JagWire reporter

April 17, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

While freshman Austin Snyder calls out commands to fellow curlers, freshmen Nick Nelson and Justin Hopper begin to sweep the ice in hopes of hitting the target with a stone to score the game-winning point. Soon after the end of the Winter Olympics in early March, freshman Spencer Butterfield, Nels...

Robotics team travels to Regionals in Arkansas

Robotics team travels to Regionals in Arkansas

Shelby Rayburn, JAG Yearbook Editor-in-chief

March 13, 2014


Filed under NEWS

The Robotics team earned sixth place in a five-day Regional Tournament at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas on Sunday, March 9. The team had a six-week limit to create their robot which had to throw a ball or assist other robots in catching a ball and making a goal. “The most difficult part...

Basketball teams adjust to loss of seniors

Ryan Fullerton, Sarah Myers, JagWire editor-in-chief, JagWire reporter

December 11, 2013


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

After a season that ended in the boys and girls basketball teams achieving their highest ever finishes at the state tournament, the teams are transitioning and adjusting to the loss of the seniors who helped lead both teams. Last year, the boys team took third at state with a 75-70 win over Kapaun...

Journalism department wins state contest

Journalism department wins state contest

Kathryn Habiger, adviser

May 6, 2013


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

The Mill Valley High School journalism department earned numerous honors at Saturday’s Kansas Scholastic Press Association State Journalism Contest, including the school’s second 5A state journalism title in the last four years. Lead by seniors Kristina Milewski, Austin Gillespie and Jillian Mu...

Harmony Club bake sale

Harmony Club bake sale

Cassi Benson, JAG Reporter

May 1, 2013


Filed under NEWS

Harmony Club held a bake sale on Monday, April 29-Friday, May 3. They have raised about $20 so far by selling an assortment of treats every morning before school. They sold cookies, brownies, sopapillas, and doughnuts all priced at 50 cents each. “We are hoping to raise $40-$50,” senior Harmony...

Actresses play male roles in “You Can’t Take It With You”

Actresses play male roles in “You Can’t Take It With You”

Ryan Fullerton, JagWire news editor

April 17, 2013


Filed under NEWS

Rehearsals and set construction have begun for the spring play, “You Can’t Take it With You,” described by director Jon Copeland as being about a “free-spirited family full of artists and bohemians.” There are several differences between this play and those from previous school years. Most promin...

Q&A with student teacher Kelsey Finger

Q&A with student teacher Kelsey Finger

Callee Linton, JagWire reporter

March 14, 2013


Filed under FEATURES

Where do you study? Rockhurst University.   How important are student-teacher relationships? They are very important . Teaching is a partnership, if there isn't a relationship a classroom can't function.   What do you want your students to take away from your teaching? The i...

Preparing for the real world

Preparing for the real world

Callee Linton, JagWire reporter

March 14, 2013


Filed under FEATURES

eAfter a long day of teaching, English student teacher Jessica Berberich starts her last block of the day with as much energy and enthusiasm as she had at the beginning of the day. There’s an upbeat vibe in the room as  Berberich waits for her English 12 class to quiet down so they can continue their...

Boys basketball advances to state tournament

Boys basketball advances to state tournament

Hanna Torline, JagWire editor-in-chief

March 4, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

After beating the Washington High School Wildcats 65-50 on Saturday, March 2, the boys basketball team qualified for the state tournament for the first time in nine years. The high scorer of the night was senior forward Nathan Stacy, who finished with 22 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists. “I...

Wrestling team places second at league tournament

Wrestling team places second at league tournament

Calle Linton, JagWire reporter

February 11, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

The wrestling team took second at the Kaw Valley League tournament on Sat. February 9th at Lansing High School. “We wrestled really strong,” junior Kali Gracy said. “I personally feel like I did really well, but I know it wasn’t my best.” Freshmen Seth Burnett agrees. “The team did great,...

JagWire Newspaper | JAG Yearbook | MVTV
Snyder