FFA HOSTS HEROES AGAINST HUNGER 4K RUN/WALK – The FFA hosted The Heroes Against Hunger 4k Run/Walk on Oct. 15 and had over 20 participants. The race started at Woods parking lot and went through the new sidewalks in town. The FFA raised over $700 to give the local food pantry. The FFA understands that
At a meeting held at the El Dorado Springs Youth Center on Nov. 1st. El Dorado Springs Schools joined with Warsaw, Butler, Sherwood, Buffalo and Cole Camp to form a new Conference. The “Ozark Highlands” Conference will be in place for the 2018-19 school year. This will be the first time El Dorado Springs has
WALKER NEVC JUNIOR PIE SUPPER – Pies, pies and over 300 pies of all kinds were sold at the NEVC Junior Pie Supper at Walker Friday evening. One pecan pie went for $170. Most of the pies sold for about $20. Some of the NEVC Junior Class gathered to help sell pies. King-Corbin Goodwin, grade
DONUTS WITH DAD – El Dorado Christian School hosted their 6th annual Donuts with Dad on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, Oct 11 and 12. Students were still waking up as they walked through the doors at 7:30 sharp; however, chocolate milk, donuts and coffee (for Dad) replaced the “yawns” with smiles and stories. Seventy Dads,
GIVING BACK – El Dorado Christian School’s junior high and high school took time on Thursday, Oct. 6, to give back and help with the Community Weekend Lunch Program. Mrs. Tessie Watkins just one of the many people associated with this wonderful program. Mrs. Watkins coordinates multiple food donations, storage and lunch-packing schedule.
FFA CHAPTER AND GREENHAND CEREMONY – On Oct. 5, we held our Chapter and Greenhand Degree Ceremony. There were 55 Greenhand Recipients and 25 Chapter Recipients. To earn these degrees, members have to work hard in the classroom, in the FFA, and in their Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE). We informed the parents on upcoming events
STUDENT COUNCIL ANNOUNCED AT ECS – The 2016 STUCO officers and representatives were announced this quarter at El Dorado Christian School. Pictured front row; sophomore rep, Bryce Walker; STUCO president, junior, Drew Steuck; junior reps, Colten Pike, and Michael Middleton, Back row; STUCO Advisor, Mrs. Laurie Rapp, sophomore rep, Laine Dobbs; freshman rep, Brayden Housh;
A honor roll 7th grade Eli Daniel Brenton LeeMasters 8th grade Isabelle Bryson Kiely Messick Abigail Reasoner Jordanne Steuck 9th grade Brayden Housh 10th grade Blaze Bullard Laine Dobbs Bryce Walker 11th grade Abigail Batson Mindy Harper Caleb Jones Seth McKinney Ryan Owens Colten Pike Landon Wilson 12th grade Peyton Newman B Honor Roll 7th
BAND COMPETITIVE MARCHING SEASON ENDS – This Saturday wrapped up the Band’s Competitive Marching Season! We marched in the 50th Annual Maple Leaf Festival and in the 51st Maple Leaf Field Competition held in Carthage! The parade was over 2 and half hours long, with the Bulldog Band marching for an hour and fifteen minutes!
REP. HARTZLER HOSTS EHS STUDENTS – Congresswoman Hartzler with (from left) Caleb Alexander, Ethan Dubois, Amy Ford and Teacher Darrin Griffin. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) hosted her annual Youth Leadership Summit last week at the Reichmann Pavilion in Columbia. Over 160 students from 38 schools attended, hearing from motivational speakers on the topic of leadership