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EHS Band excels at Carl Junction

The Bulldog Band had a great first outing this weekend, when they competed at the Carl Junction Marching Festival. The Bulldog Band performed at 10:45 a.m. in Class A Preliminary Competition. To say that this performance was our best is a MAJOR understatement. The kids felt defeated, but we stuck it out to the awards

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EHS students selected for All-District Honor Choir

by Taten Janes On Saturday, Sept. 15, students from the EHS choir department traveled to Carthage for All-District choir auditions. Freshman and sophomore auditions consisted of an assigned piece and sight reading test. Juniors and seniors auditioned with a solo of their choice and a sight reading test. Our choir department is happy to report

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ElDo School Board updates 19 policies

During their Sept. 13 meeting, the El Dorado Springs R-II Board updated 19 policies as required to be in compliance with state law. Policy and Regulation updates: Policy 1445 – Organ Transplant Information – new-Mandatory Adoption This is a new policy which allows state or nationally recognized organizations to make a Board presentation on organ

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ECHS ELECTS STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS

ECHS ELECTS STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS – El Dorado Christian High School student body elected 2018 Student Council officers on Thursday, Sept. 13. STUCO has a very busy schedule this year. Their first big event will be “See You At The Pole,” on Wednesday, Sept. 26. This is a “day committed to global unity in Christ

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WALNUT QUEEN CANDIDATE

WALNUT QUEEN CANDIDATE – The El Dorado Springs High School has selected Megan Downing as its candidate in the Black Walnut Festival queen contest. Megan is a senior. The Walnut Festiveral is Sept. 27-29, in Stockton.

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54 Cruisers award scholarships

The 54 Cruisers Car Club of El Dorado Springs has awarded four $1000 scholarships to area High School Seniors. We would like to say thank you to the many sponsors and supporters of our annual car show as this event allows us to reward these scholarships each year.   Dalton Jones from Nevada is the

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R-II SCHOOL YEAR GETTING UNDERWAY

R-II SCHOOL YEAR GETTING UNDERWAY – Flanked by Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jackson Tough (left) and Chamber of Commerce President Travis Farran (right), the new R-II teachers were honored at a Chamber luncheon on Thursday, Aug, 16. They are Bailee Fleming (MS/HS Vocal Music), Morgan Cantu (MS/HS Speech and Debate), Jennifer Payne (HS Math),

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Best of the best

TEACHERS OF THE YEAR – The Optimist Club of El Dorado Springs sponsors the Annual Teacher of the Year. At a beginning of the year assembly, Optimist Secretary/Treasurer Josh Floyd presented 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year Awards to (from left) Jill Chapman (High School), Jeremy Barger (Middle School) and Jill Moffat (Elementary). Assistant Superintendent Dr.

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It’s back to school time again

The summer vacation is over and it’s time for the annual return to school, on the 16th of August for El Dorado Springs Public School students and the 14th of August for El Dorado Springs Christian School students.  All of us must be extra alert for kids coming and going to school, as well as

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ElDo HS faculty & classes

High School office: • David Rotert – Principal • Shayne Thompson – Counselor • Tina Cantrell – Administrative Assistant • Kathy Schwalm – Administrative Assistant Athletic Director’s office: • Mike Durnell – Athletic Director • Abby Floyd – Administrative Assistant HS/MS Library: • Angie Modlin – Librarian Language Arts: • Becky Cooper – English I

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