Students Solve Mysteries in Mystery Mayhem
November 22, 2016
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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.
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.