ALEX O’BANION – was recognized as a finalist for agri-business. KNOWLEDGE TEAM – Tevis Edmiston, Kraysen Leonard, Avery Schiereck and Lydia Eason took th in the state as a knowledge leadership development team. FLORICULTURE TEAM – of Madison Whitaker, Tammy Melton, Amy Ford and Chance Koger took 7th in the state as the floriculture career
Sac Osage Retired School Employees’ Association met on Monday, March 16. The Nellie Nicholas Scholarship was discussed. Applications and guidelines were given to the two schools and the announcement was put in the papers. It was noted that those that couldn’t pick up their forms in person could email Ashley Rogers at: email@example.com to request
ECS 4TH GRADE VISITS CAPITOL – El Dorado Springs Christian School 4th grade students, along with their instructor, Mrs. Jill Ash, and parent chaperones, spent last Thursday touring the Capitol and exploring in the Missouri State Museum.
During its April 12 regular the El Dorado Springs R-II Board took up the issue of school protection. Supt. Mark Koca said, “There are three basic ways you could go right now: two would train a school protection officer and the third would be to hire a school resource officer. Shield Solutions is the one
(See companion articles on school security and possible lease of ElDo Youth Center.) The El Dorado Springs R-II School Board had a lot to consider after it installed the one of the two board members who were re-elected without opposition (Benny Brower) and re-elected Darrel Eason as president and Greg Beydler as vice president. Josh
Members of the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda Chapter from Northeast Vernon County – recently traveled to Springfield, for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference. This five-day conference, beginning Friday, April 6, featured dynamic workshops, innovative keynotes and professional networking opportunities with
Soil and Water Conservation 3rd Grade Winners – (from left) Isabel Simpson, Troy Gregory and Keely Resz Soil and Water Conservation 4th Grade Winners – (from left) James Flora, Rylie Slycord and Anna Rueder. Soil and Water Conservation 6th Grade Winners – L to R) Cailey Cartwright, Kaelyn Allred, Rees McCullough.
DISTRICT WINNER – Kraysen Leonard took 1st place at FFA districts in Division 1 Prepared Public Speaking She is headed to State in Columbia.
A honor roll 6th Grade Perry Allison Tackett Arnold Allie Ashlock Brayden Baker Allison Carpenter Corban Collins Jazmyn Daniels Lacy Duncan Tag Gurley Alaina Helvey Grace Kinnett Valeria Lozano Rees McCullough Gracie Mead Emma Reed Hanna Ridgway Kyan Roberts Lucas Stafford Macy Stauffer Tenlie Steward 7th Grade Kameron Allison Kaleigh Biby Camille Bland Kaden Burley
We are beyond pleased to report on the recent successes of the Bulldog Band program. On Monday, March 5, the Bulldog Band traveled to Stockton High School to compete in the District 7 Solo and Ensemble contest. Students prepared solos and small chamber ensembles to perform for an adjudicator. Each event is judged on its