EHS team takes 3rd in Stock Market Game

Posted February 26, 2015 at 10:39 am

The Joplin Globe hosted their annual fall Stock Market Game. The Stock Market Game is an educational program for students in grades six and above, and the object of the game is for students to have a chance to “play” and learn about the stock market by “investing” their “money” in an experimental, no-risk environment. Each school has one (or more) team(s), and throughout the game, each team tries to grow its stock portfolio by tracking, trading and holding stocks listed in the financial pages of The Joplin Globe.

There were a total of 47 teams that competed and five of those teams were from Miss Krystal Swopes and Mrs. Ashley Rogers’ classes. We had one team that placed third and received $100. The team consisted of Jayson Owsley, Jenny Sibley, Rachel Cross and Sondi Hunter.

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    NEVC FFA Week 2015

    2014-15 FFA Officers

    Advisor: Ashley Winfrey

    President: Karliegh Conner

    Vice President: Amber Bogardus

    Secretary: Maddison Ashby

    Treasurer: Trenton Rader

    Reporter: Mary Thoreson

    Sentinel: Drue Hoagland

    First year FFA Members attended this year’s Greenhand Motivational Conference held in Springifeld, MO. – 1st Row from left to right are: Past State FFA Vice President Tanner Adkins, West Nodaway; State Vice President Carson Priddle, Doniphan; State Vice President Paul Shanks, Belle; State Vice President Claire Silvers, El Dorado Springs; State Secretary Nora Faris, Concordia; and State Vice President Samantha Marre, Elsberry. 2nd Row:(NEVC FFA Members) Quinton Hays; Logan Goodman; Maddison Ashby; Emma Pritchett; Mary Thoreson.

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    McKensi Marshall wins scholarship

    Dedication to academic success in high school has earned McKensi Marshall, daughter of Lindell and Kris Marshall, Schell City, a Red and Black Scholarship in the amount of $500 per year to attend the University of Central Missouri.

    The Red and Black Scholarship is awarded to incoming UCM freshmen based upon their high school cumulative grade point average and ACT composite score. The scholarship is renewable and may be received for a maximum of eight semesters of undergraduate study.

    A senior at El Dorado Springs High School, Marshall

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    EHS Band Boosters donate instruments, shirts

    The El Dorado Springs High School Band is playing a little sweeter and looking a little sharper these days thanks to donations by the Band Boosters organization. Five new instruments have been purchased for the band and the students have performance shirts bearing the new school logo.

    The new instruments include a bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, tuba and a baritone horn. John Hume, director of instrumental music at El Dorado Springs, commented “These instruments are a much-needed addition to our band. Large instruments like this are not ones that students

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    ECS CLASSES TOUR WITT PRINTING

    El Dorado Christian School’s fifth and sixth grade classes were given a tour at Witt Printing by Mrs. Sandy Edmiston earlier this quarter. The students were presented with games and discovered many interesting facts about Witt Printing Company. Mrs. Edmiston, employee of Witt Printing for 28 years, educated both classes about the daily operations and history of the company. Witt Printing Company has been in the El Dorado Springs community since 1949. Prior to that, 1946-49, the printing shop was located in the basement of Omer

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    Northeast Vernon County FFA Members ‘Say Yes to Opportunity’

    Northeast Vernon County FFA members attended the Greenhand Motivational Conference at Missouri State university in Springfield on Jan. 7. Over 4,500 first year FFA members from more than 300 Missouri High Schools had the opportunity to learn at the annual Greenhand Motivational Conferences about being positive role models, learning to get involved, making sound choices, becoming active team members and making a positive difference in their lives, school and community. These conferences were presented by the State FFA Officers and sponsored by MFA Incorporated.

    Through interactive workshops and skits, the State FFA

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    NEVC SILVER MEDALIST

    Mikelah Moyer received a silver medal in Recycle and Redesign in the District 11 competition on Jan. 29.

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    SPEECH TEAM WINS TROPHIES

    The El Dorado Springs Speech and Debate team is planning to host their largest tournament yet. They have 17 schools entered at this point with approximately 300 student competitors. The team is thankful to have about 120 judges from the community signed up to help throughout the tournament on Feb. 6-7.

    At Carl Junction last weekend, five students received trophies. Pictured are: Khara Burley (4th Radio), Raelynn Knight (5th DI), Lakin Lindsey (4th Duet), Alissa Steward (4th Duet),and Caleb Alexander (3rd HI).

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    NEVC GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

    On, Thursday, Jan. 29, six FCCLA members from Northeast Vernon County traveled to the District 11 competition in Racine, MO. Olivia Harrison served as a student consultant at the event. (From left) Haley Elliott, Courtney Justice, Emily Davidson and Tori Stutzman all received Gold medals in Life Event Planning and will represent NEVC and District 11 at the state competition in March.

    R-II Board conducts hearing

    No member of the public attended the public hearing Thursday evening, Jan. 22, before the El Dorado Springs R-II Bord on whether to start school more than 10 days prior to the first Monday in September.

    The board voted to approve the early opening this fall.