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Save The Date: Senior Exhibition

by Allie Ashlock On Nov. 20, there will be a showcase for all Senior artists at EHS. It will be held at the Community Building in the Park. There is no entry fee. Printing costs vary, see Mrs. Francis for information. Mattes are $3 per piece. Entry forms were due Nov. 2. On Nov. 12,

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CMH RECOGNIZED WITH 2021 MHA AIM FOR EXCELLENCE AWARD

Citizens Memorial Hospital was one of two Missouri health care organizations recognized with the 2021 Aim for Excellence Award by the Missouri Hospital Association. The award recognizes progress toward the Triple Aim – better health, improved care and lower cost. The awards were announced at MHA’s 99th annual convention. CMH was recognized for its monoclonal

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El Dorado Middle School 1st quarter honor roll

All A’s honor roll 6th grade Gavin Boch Miley Boultinghouse Macie Dunn Alyvia Eason Brady Floyd Ruby Grenko Dylan Guinn Lily Jacobs Shay Linsenmayer Lane Mead Madison Nicoletti Karcyn Rader Maddix Robison Gracie Spencer Nathan Trowbridge Serenity Witt 7th grade Kylie Boone Addyson Bowen Natalie Bruce Wilson Burchett Bailey Byram Issac Coquillette Khloe Daniels Darlinda

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EHS Success at District Honor Band Auditions

by Lauren Crowell, 11 On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the Bulldog Band took students to the SWMMEA District Honor Band Auditions. Blake Carnahan, 12, Libby Toliver, 12 and Harmony Randolf, 12, all qualified to audition for the Missouri All-State Band in Colombia on Dec. 4. Libby Toliver is the 10th chair clarinet player. Harmony Randolf is

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FFA Students Attend National Convention

by Kay McCullick, 12 On Oct. 25, Agriculture Teacher Mr. Jay Martin took five students to Indianapolis, Indiana. Macy Stauffer, 11, Brodi McNeece, 11, KayLynne McCullick, 12, Sydney Barger, 12, and Hanna Ridgway, 9 arrived at the National FFA Convention before the rest of the chapter representatives for a very special reason. Macy Stauffer won

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November is Native American Heritage Month

by Dylan Rodgers, 9 When you think of the month November, things like turkey, family, feasts, cold weather, and crunch leaves come to mind, but there’s another important meaning to this month as well: Native American Heritage Month. What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition

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5th grader selected for All-State Children’s Choir

by Emily Bybee, 11 The El Dorado Springs Dynamic Effect (elementary choir) is celebrating one of their own this week. Will Baldwin-Rotert, 4th grade, auditioned for and was selected for the 2022 Missouri All-State Children’s Choir. Mrs. Rhodes said, “It is only my second year here and this is the first year we had additions.

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ECS STUDENTS ATTEND REP. HARTZLER’S YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO.) recently hosted her seventh annual Youth Leadership Summit at State Fair Community College in Sedalia. Over 150 students from 33 participating high schools in Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District attended the event, including local students from El Dorado Christian School. At this event, these high school students have the unique opportunity to

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SMOKEY BEAR AT ECS

El Dorado Christian School students were all “a buzz” on Wednesday morning, October 6, in honor of Fire Prevention Week.  El Dorado Springs Fire Chief Bob Floyd, Assistant Fire Chief Craig Carpenter, Fire Department Secretary Tom Gough, and Smokey Bear (Ron Brown) stopped by and visited with ECS students.  Mr. Gough asked kindergarten through 6th

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ELDO FFA GREENHANDS ATTEND CONFERENCE

On Sept. 22, the chapter Greenhands travelled to Joplin for Area Greenhand Conference. At Conference our Greenhands had the opportunity to learn how to grow as leaders through FFA, see what opportunities were available to them, and they also saw the familiar faces of Area Officers Carolyn Huff and Dillon Hargrove and State Officer Kraysen

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