STATE FFA DEGREE – Wyatt Graves, El Dorado Springs FFA, received his State FFA Degree during the state convention in Columbia April 20-21. The state FFA Degree is the highest degree a member can earn in the state association and is only given to 3% of the 28,000 members each year. FFA CONVENTNION RESULTS –
SCHOOL BOARD INSTALLS THREE – School Board Secretary Tania Molz administered the oath of office to (from left) Mark Burley, Darrell Eason and Terry Sheperd. The board then elected Eason as President and Greg Beydler and vice president.
Colleagues, I am beyond proud of our Bulldog Band. As some of you may know, we traveled to Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar on Friday, April 7, for the annual MSHSAA State Large Ensemble Festival. These festivals are held across the state by districts. There are two parts to the State Large Ensemble process. The
The El Dorado Springs FFA Chapter had lots of success at Districts this year. We took 41 kids to competition (40% of our chapter. Great participation.) and they competed against 77 schools from the Southwest District. We had three teams qualify to represent us at State Competition in two weeks. Ag Sales: 2nd Place Team
ENTOMOLOGY TEAM – Levi Smith, Allyson Snodgrass, Emily Sutton, Jace Cundiff. HORSE EVALUATION – Madison Whitaker, Haylea Walker, Madison Brewer. (Not pictured: Maggi Medley). AG SALES – Amy Ford, Chance Koger, Makenzie Melton (Not pictured: Wyatt Graves).
Missouri 4-H members are digging deep into learning about healthy soils. Missouri 4-H’ers are joining 4-H’ers across the nation in the 4-H Ag Innovators Experience, sponsored by the National 4-H Council and Monsanto. This year’s Ag Innovators Experience, called the Healthy Soils CSI (Carbon Soil Investigation) Challenge, helps 4-H’ers in third through eighth grade learn
Courtney Lame, daughter of Robert and Stephanie Lame and Annette and Nathan Keith, has received scholarship(s) at Pittsburg State University for the 2017-2018 academic semester(s). Her Major/Minor is music/music ED.
NEVC COMPETES IN BUSINESS CONTEST – Four Northeast Vernon County R-1 students traveled to Neosho to participate in the Crowder Businesses Contest. Emilia Gilpin placed first in Division I office procedure and NEVC won the Division I team event in Office Procedure. Pictured are (from left) Emilia Gilpin, Katrina Gilpin, Elizabeth Chavez and Susanna McCoy.
ECS ANNOUNCES ‘STUDENTS OF DISTINGUISHED ATTITUDE’ – Students Of Distinguished Attitude, (SODA) winners for third quarter were announced at El Dorado Christian School on March 29. Pictured are (front row, from left), 2nd grade – Taylor Barns; Kindergarten – Jase Tyler and Kindergarten – Quade Wood; (back row) High School – Laine Dobbs, 1st
All A 6th grade Kamron Allison Lauren Badolato Kaleigh Biby Camille Bland Hannah Carpenter Jakeb Cooper Khloie Farran Kade Fast Conner Goatley Ryan Griffin Brinley Janes Anders Julian Garrett Klaiber MacKenzie Koca Macie Mays Blayze McCullough Alexis Moore Michelle Nelson Lexis Reasoner Wriley Taylor Tasia Weber 7th grade Hunter Allison Caitlyn Burchett Elliott Carpenter Kaelin