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
FREE PROM DRESSES – Some of the girls who received a dress at the 2017 Prom-a-Palooza hosted by Living Waters Foundation. McKenzie Wheatley, Osceola, offered free hair cuts throughout Prom-a-Palooza.
Sac Osage Retired School Employees’ Association met on Monday, March 20. The Nellie Nicholas Scholarship was discussed. Applications and guidelines were given to the Christian and R-II schools and the announcement was put in the papers. A May 1 deadline was determined, with applications being sent to Evelyn Boyle at her 1405 S. Jackson address.
A honor roll 7th grade Eli Daniel 8th grade Josiah Batson Isabelle Bryson Kiely Messick Abigail Reasoner Jordanne Steuck 9th grade Brayden Housh 10th grade Laine Dobbs Bryce Walker 11th grade Abigail Batson Caleb Jones Seth McKinney Ryan Owens Colten Pike Landon Wilson 12th grade Peyton Newman Cambria Witt B honor roll 7th grade Brenton
SCHOLAR BOWL NEWS – The El Dorado Springs Scholar Bowl Team consisting of sophomores Hunter Jacobs, Sarah King and Samantha Cox along with freshmen Taten Janes, Brock Kirbey, and Ethan Roberts finished 3rd at the Branson Freshmen-Sophomore Tournament on March 23 and earned a really nice plaque. The team defeated Skyline, Buffalo, and Republic,
Each year the local VFW Post 257 participates in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Scholarship Program by way of the Patriot’s Pen and the Voice of Democracy essay programs. The Patriots Pen is for grades 6,7 and 8. The Voice of Democracy is for grades 9 – 12. At the local level there were entrees
Sac Osage Retired School Employees’ Association announces the opening of applications for The Nellie Nicholas Memorial Teaching Scholarship. Students who have previously received a scholarship may re-apply if they continue to meet the necessary criteria. Scholarships are not available for graduate work. Requirements: *Applicants must have graduated from the El Dorado Springs R-2 School or
On March 6th, The El Dorado Springs Music Department competed at District Competition in Stockton. I am very proud and excited to announce that we have 4 young talented musicians that received a “1” rating and will be going on to State Competition in Columbia on April 29th. We also had 15 entries receive a
El Dorado Christian School held their 4th annual Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Feb. 28. First and second graders competed for the top three awards in each class. The little bees have sure been busy; each student studied approximately 175 words. 1ST GRADE WINNERS – Pictured form left: Principal, Mrs. Amy Castor, 2nd place – Alayna Gingerich,