5th graders taking a Brain Break! Students love the "Would You Rather" exercises that you can find on Youtube!
4 months ago, Andrea McNeive
Blue Valley Middle School Scholars Bowl team had a great season! The season ended April 6 at the Riley County meet. Five Riley county teams participated (Anthony MS, Eisenhower MS, Luckey, Blue Valley, and Riley County). Both the JV and Varsity teams competed well and came away with 4th place. BVMS competed in a total of five tournaments this year. At the league meet in Marysville, the Varsity team earned 4th place out of ten teams while the JV team earned 7th place (tied for 5th but came out in 7th in head-to-head competition). These students should be commended for their efforts!!
4 months ago, Amber Ellis
Seventh grade team
8th grade team
The rewards of their hard work--food!
Fun had by all!
The 8th grade class has been studying how our government formed in social studies. They have enjoyed a role playing exercise where they each are required to represent a state at the Constitutional Convention. As representatives, they were to argue for or against resolutions that would have amended the Articles of Confederation. They did a great job representing their state and forming their arguments!
4 months ago, Amber Ellis
Students waiting to state their case.  Students also practiced running a meeting with correct parliamentary procedures.
Northern and southern state representatives often  had different opinions.
Students listened intently to other student arguments and responded accordingly.
College Biology has been learning about the different types of tissue found in the human body (epithelial, connective, nerve, and muscle). They are using their knowledge to construct a model of the skin. Last week they made the epidermis which is mostly stratified squamous epithelium.
4 months ago, Ruth Hutson
modeling the epidermis
modeling the epidermis
modeling the epidermis
FCCLA members participated in an escape room activity
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
Seniors at FCCLA alumni and associates game night.
escape room
escape room
escape room
Congratulations to the middle school FCCLA members Isa Butler, Lydia Cobb who received a bronze. Great job. Look forward to next years project.
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
Bronze
Congratulations to the following high school FCCLA members. Culinary Arts Silver Ty Vogt, Fashion Design Silver National Qualifier Joey Hillocks and Ciarra Roberson, Interior Design Silver National Qualifier Brianna Krause and Job Interview Silver Kaiden Weeks. Great job everyone!!!
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
Silver
Silver National Qualifier
Silver National Qualifier
Silver
8th graders practicing their sewing technique.
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
practice
practicing
In apparel production we have started making our skirts. Here some class members laying the patterns out. There is one finishing their pillow.
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
laying the patterns piece
laying the pattern
finishing her pillow
6th grade enjoying the nice weather!
4 months ago, Andrea McNeive
picture
picture
picture
The Nutrition and Wellness had a lab and made marina sauce for spaghetti. They all enjoyed it and shared with faculty members.
4 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
cooking
adding the ingredients
cutting onions
boiling the spaghetti
Hello RAM Nation, Randolph PRIDE is looking for ideas for various fun activities you would like to see at their annual 4th of July celebration. Please submit ideas to randolphpride@gmail.com. Thank you for helping to make this annual event something everyone looks forward to every year. #BVSTRONG
4 months ago, John Cox
Sixth grade has been learning about energy and energy transformations in science. They have enjoyed demonstrating energy transformations and the law of conservation of energy using dominos.
4 months ago, Amber Ellis
Domino structures
Building the domino structure with a chain reaction.
Teamwork was needed to get structure built and tested.
Blue Valley's amazing art students competed in the TVL art competition last Friday, and absolutely dominated! With 9 talented students along for the ride, our high school was awarded five ribbons.
4 months ago, Haley Wright
van ride
in-house contest
contest planning
Happy Friday, RAM Nation! As we get ready this afternoon to play our first home baseball game at Westmoreland, it is only fitting that we share the photo of the new baseball/softball scoreboard being installed. It's a great day to be a RAM!!
4 months ago, John Cox
New Scoreboard
Attention all BVHS Juniors and Seniors!! This year there will be a dinner at Prom. The dinner tickets cost $10.00. All students will be bussed out to Blue Vista, directly following Promenade. All students will be present during the meal, whether you eat or not. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Jones.
5 months ago, Mrs. Katie Jones
Prom Tickets
Prom Menu
Congratulations to Blue Valley USD 384 Board President Mitch Innes and Vice-President Jason Hartman on being selected for the Kansas Association of School Boards Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2022. See the link attached for more details. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rc3gySraW-tWMuefXvrDK5Go1EHwxCcS/view?usp=sharing
5 months ago, John Cox
Students worked hard on creating a re-imagined book cover to a book they have read. These covers look pretty cool!
5 months ago, Kelli Francis
Cover
Cover
Cover
Seventh grade students learned how physical and behavioral adaptations allow organisms to survive in their environment. They each created a puppet representing their chosen organism and presented a slide presentation and informational brochure to the class.
5 months ago, Amber Ellis
7th grade adaptation projects
7th grade adaptation projects
7th grade adaptation projects
7th grade adaptation projects
Blue Valley Middle School's Science Club had three projects compete at the Wamego Regional Science Fair held Mar. 11-12. Gage Williams, Koy Williams, Brody Buchanan, and Lydia Cobb had their boards on display to be judged.
5 months ago, Amber Ellis
Koy Williams and Gage Williams were interviewed about their project  which tested the effectiveness different types of face masks.
Brody Buchanan tested  how soapy water affects plant growth.
Student science fair projects were displayed to be judged at the Wamego Regional Science Fair.