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Posted October 1, 2015 at 9:25 am

El Dorado Christian School celebrated Grandparent’s Day on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Approximately 150 people attended. Preschool through sixth grade entertained grandparents with a short program of poems, songs and sweet stories of “Grandparent Memories.” Students along with their families enjoyed donuts and coffee that were served in each of the classrooms. Pictured is Mrs. Angie Batson’s 1st grade class. Photo by Peyton Newman.

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    NEVC Homecoming 2015


    SCHELL CITY PRINCE – Tyler Jackson.

    SCHELL CITY QUEEN AND COURT – Delisa Moses and Lindsay Barnes.

    SCHELL CITY PRINCESS AND COURT – Savanah Fleener and Kylie Alexander.


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    School Board votes to pay off bonds

    In the Aug. 27 special meeting, the El Dorado Springs School Board voted to save the taxpayers $21,620 in interest. That’s the bottom line from action the board took to recall and pay off early a $235,000 bond which is due and payable March 1, 2020.

    The capital that will be used to pay off the bond comes from the recoupment tax revenue collected last year from Cedar county. This revenue created a small surplus which the Board elected to use to pay off the bond to ultimately save the taxpayers four

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    Once again the Optimist Club of El Dorado Springs selected Teachers of the Year for the 2014-15 School Year from Elementary, Middle School and High School. Optimist Member Mark Parshall was on hand at the opening session of teacher workshops on Monday, Aug. 10, to present the awards to the teachers: (from left) Alfred Trautweiler – High School Chemistry, Mrs. Shana Newman – Elementary Special Education and Tim Dade -6th Grade Science.

    5 of the hottest trends for back to school this year

    It’s that time of year again – time to trade summer break for lunch break, road trips for recess and home in bed for homework instead. Yes, back to school is in full swing and if your kids are going to start another year, they need the latest gear. Here are the five hottest trends in back to school this year so your team can head off to class with a pass:

    It’s not just the price, it’s the deal

    Costs are rising everywhere and salary rarely keeps

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    HONOR GUARD, PRAYING SOLDIER – The Veterans Day service at the El Dorado Springs City Cemetery featured an honor guard and a praying soldier. VFW Post 257 Commander Tim Bartkoski said the VFW provides the service at funerals and other patriotic events.

    Members of the local VFW presented the colors before the assembly began in the High School gym on Monday, Nov. 12.

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    Ms. Lanser among DECA state officers elected

    Sixteen public high school students were recently named state officers for the Missouri Association of DECA. The students were elected and installed during the Missouri DECA Fall Leadership and State Officer Election Conference held Oct. 14-15 in Lake Ozark. The annual state conference was attended by more than 650 high school marketing students and their teachers.

    The 2012-2013 executive state officers include: Callie Loganbill, president, Tipton High School; Rachelle Engen, vice president-advocacy, Odessa High School; Mallory Lanser, vice president-communications, El Dorado Springs

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    Chapter Degree Recipients are: Ashley Brown, Justin Johnson, Mckensi Marshall, Rebeca Posey, Steven Taylor, Kylee Tomason, Chandler Allison, Colby Charles, Logan Perridon, Claire Silvers, Hesston Stark, Chandra Bettis, Shelby Barger, Karlee Collins, Jake Hillsman, Morgan Sumner. Photo submitted by FFA Historiesn Makenzie Schwalm and Jaynee Beaty 

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    Kevin and Kelly Bell chose Northeast Vernon County FFA to receive the Monsanto America’s Farmers Grows Communities fund in the amount of $2,500. Jeff Stroup of Monsanto presented the $2,500 check to the FFA Officers at the annual FFA banquet on May 1. Pictured are (from left) Christanne Middleton, Kyliegh Mays, Kevin Bell, Elsie Harrson, Payton Hays, Layne Rapp, Spencer Hoagland, Ryann Ford and NEVC FFA Advisor Courtney Poirot.

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    VISITS SCHOOL – Greg Hooper and Kenny Alexander, members of the Roscoe Fire Department, came to Roscoe Elementary School. They taught students about fire safety, how they put out brush fires and showed them their protective gear. Smokey the Bear showed up and surprised everyone. Students greeted and hugged Smokey on their way out to see the truck the firemen use to fight brush fires.

    The students and staff of Roscoe Elementary

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