Students Solve Mysteries in Mystery Mayhem

Figuring out who stole the painting, Hannah Wenger (10), Karley VanTheemschee (10), Austin Pettlon (12), and Nolan Monaghan (11) compete as team Chuck y Queso in the Mystery Mayhem Competition.

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Helping promote literature, teacher librarian Stephanie Stocks organized the Mystery Mayhem Competition held at the high school Saturday, Nov. 12. Nine high school students and a variety of middle school students participated, making a total of six teams.

Based on the game Clue, students went through different stations collecting evidence on a fictitious painting heist.

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Benjamin Litterer (11), Annie Cassutt (12), Tyler Salow (10), Holden Smith (11) and Oliva Neuzil (10) analyze data to find where the painting was stolen from in the Mystery Mayhem Competition.

Based on the unofficial Bring a Book to Life program, the Mystery Mayhem Competition is being implemented by libraries around the country. “It exposes students to literature in a fun, interactive way,” Stocks said.

Participating in the event, Olivia Neuzil (10) was part of the winning team, Catching [email protected] “Some of the stations were hard to understand, and I felt like a real detective,” Neuzil said.

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