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Leeds School is in Benson County in north central North Dakota on U.S.. Highway #2. An athletic cooperative involving Leeds and Maddock is called the Benson County Wildcats. The Leeds area is a sportsman's paradise with world class hunting and fishing. Agriculture is the main industry producing abundant amounts of wheat, canola, corn, soybeans, and several varieties of beans.

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Spelling Bee Participants Darrec, Kaden, Holdyn, Khloe. row 2 Jaylen, Kimberly, Brock, Chaz, Jordon. Row 3 Kearyn, Madeline, John, Carson. Back Jarrel, Eric, Declan. Not pictured Brady, Madison.
BENSON COUNTY SPELLING BEE

The Benson County Spelling Bee was held February 18. First grader Khloe finished 3rd. Second grader Holdyn finished 6th. Third grader Chaz finished 6th. Fifth grader Madison finished 4th. Sixth graders Kearyn finished 4th, Carson 2nd and John 1st. Seventh graders Jarrel took 3rd and Brady 2nd. Eighth graders Eric took 5th and Declan 1st and is the Benson County champion. Declan will compete in the State Spelling Bee March 30 in Bismarck.

 
 

Andrew, John, Brett, Dalton, Josh, Spencer, Carlito. Not pictured Austin B, Dagan, Nikara
Geography Map

Mr. Moser's World Geography class is working on a map of the world.  The map, painted on sheets, was first started in the geography class of 2002. Many succeeding geography classes have added additional touches. This year's class is working on mountains, a compass and touch ups. They are adding the states of the United States and world capitals. The map stretched out on the gym floor measures 21'3" by 35'11".
 

Mrs. Bubach, Nathan, Jarrel, Evan, Shelby
MathCounts

Leeds MathCounts team took first place at the Benson County MathCounts competition in Minnewaukan. Nathan took first place individually, Evan 5th, Jarrel 7th and Shelby 8th. Mrs. Bubach is their coach. The MathCounts team will compete in the State MathCounts competition in Bismarck on March 2.


JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC FESTIVAL RESULTS
                Vocal results
2 stars Distant Shores performed by Blayne, John, Kearyn, Hannah, Macy, Madi, Jarrrel, Jacob, Shelby, Zoe, Timothy, Katlyn
1 star Hine Ma Tov performed by Blayne, John, Xavier, Kearyn, Seth, Maegan, Kadrien, Mallorie, Carson
1 star Winds performed by Caitlyn, Hailey, Callie, Dillon, Camee, Maddy
1 star Steal Away performed by  Dillon, Jarrel, Callie, Maddy, Ashley, Camee, Hailey, Shelby, Macy, Madi
Instrumental Results
JH trumpet quartet 1 star March Militaire performed by Evan, Nathan, Jarrel, Zoe
6th grade ensemble 1 star Go tell it on the Mountain performed by John, Kearyn, Maegan, Kadrien, Mallorie, Xavier
Maegan 1 star Bouree
Ashley Cavatini
John F. 1 star Dance Song
 

 


 
 
 
 

Front Hailey, Madi, Reganne. Back Mr. Barnes, Jarrel, Keaton, Evan
SCIENCE FAIR

Regional Science Fair was held in Velva. Advancing to the State Science Fair March 26 & 27 at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks are Evan-solar panels; Keaton-Hot or Cold?;and Madilyn-Will music stimulate a plant's growth? Reganne and Hailey-The effect of general purpose chemicals against microorganisms in lake water and Jarrel-How light color effects plants are alternates. Mr. Barnes is their science teacher.

Keaton took first place in chemistry. Evan took first place in Environmental engineering. Madi took first place in plant science. Reganne and Hailey received first in microbiology. Receiving second place were Macy in animal science and Kaylee in microbiology. Receiving third place were Jarrel in plant science and Nathan in behavioral and social science. Special Award winners were Keaton-American Meteorological Society, US metric Association and US Public Health Services and Kaylee-Office of Naval Research US Navy

 


21st Century Site Visit Evaluation 2013-2014

 
 
 

Maria Dunlap, business manager; Randy Heck; Charlie Bisbee; Randy Gunderson, president; Kaye Nelsen; DeShawn Tofsrud; Robert Bubach, superintendent
School Address:
PO Box 189                                                                  
530 1st St SE                                                                
Leeds, ND 58346                                                         
Phone: 701-466-2461                                                  
Fax: 701-466-2422   
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Non-discrimination Policy
Leeds Public School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, veteran status, marital status or age in its employment, programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the Leeds Public School non-discrimination policies:
Maria Dunlap, Business Manager


 
 
 

Paige finished 7th in radio broadcasting and Jerrel was top novice in entertain at the Harvey Speech meet.
Paige finished second and state qualified in radio broadcasting at the Minot Speech meet. She also took 6th in Persuade. Sara and Arnikka also attended the Minot Speech meet.