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Technical Center students place at Skills USA Contest

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:22 am

Pike-Lincoln Technical Center students attended the Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference at Linn State Technical College in Linn, Mo. on April 3- 5. Students left from PLTC early Thursday morning and spent the next three days competing and representing their school in different contests. On Saturday, the results were announced and PLTC staff is excited about how well their students performed. Anothony Caruthers placed 3rd in the Diesel Equipment

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  • Troy Middle School students bring home hardware from the State TSA Competition

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 9:05 am

    Students pose with their medals and plaques after the State TSA Competition in Rolla. Pictured in no particular order are: Blake Beamer, eighth grade; Samuel Benhardt, seventh grade; Nicholas Bishop, eighth grade; Abigail Daw, seventh grade; Joshua Eickoff, eighth grade; Alexander Gambill, seventh grade; Morgan Heyer, eighth grade; Mitchell Key, eighth grade; Kelsey Ladlie, eighth grade; Jason Love, eighth grade; Cole McBride, eighth grade; Payton Pruitt, eighth grade; Jacob Pudwitr, eighth grade; Allison Scott, eighth grade; Ashton Suchland, eighth grade; Dean Taylor, seventh grade; Josy Teson, eighth grade; Cody Wedemeier, eighth grade; Jacob Whitebread, seventh grade.

    After months of hard work 19 Technology Student Association (TSA) students from Troy Middle School finally got their chance to show their skills against students from across the state of Missouri at the TSA state competition. The largest group of students to ever compete from TMS headed to the campus of the University of Missouri S&T from March 30 to April first bringing home with them seven first place finishes,

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  • Elsberry NHS induction ceremony

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:41 am

    New NHS initiates at EHS are front row: Angel Henke, Maggie Spratt, and Josie Shanahan.  Back row: Paige Parker, Naomi Gladney, Hannah Arne, Maura O’Brien, Olivia Brown, Cory Boedeker, Kaylee Calvin, Alex Boedeker, Sheyana Curtis, Robert Chambers, and Kaity Grills.

    Fifteen (15) high school students at Elsberry High School joined one of the most prestige groups to belong to during high school, National Honor Society. Their initiation was held March 28, in the high school library. Students, family, faculty, and friends were welcomed to the program by Steve Hill, principal. Other remarks were made by Karin Busiere, co-sponsor; Anne Heintzelman, chapter president; Sarah O’Brien, co-sponsor; and Tara O’Brien, president-elect. After

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  • A Day in Kindergarten at Winfield

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Winfield Primary School presents A Day in Kindergarten. This event will be held on Friday, April 25. A Day in Kindergarten is the beginning of acquainting yourself and your incoming kindergartner to their first educational experience. This day is a brief introduction to daily routines, classroom expectations, bus expectations, school beliefs, and parent input. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, get to know the school staff, and learn

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  • Blackmore’s class received Honor Roll

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:26 am

    Winfield BLACKMORE

    During the third quarter award ceremony at the Winfield Intermediate School, a special announcement was made. Natalie DeWeese, Principal of the Intermediate building, was very pleased to congratulate one fourth grade class that received all honors. Every student in Mrs. Blackmore’s class was proud to hold up their Honor Roll certificate. Those who are in Mrs. Blackmore’s class are: Sabrina Adkisson, Kailyn Aden, Austin Aubuchon, Jordan Brawley, Kaylee Christensen, Bryce

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  • County Market gives $1,000 check to Winfield Intermediate School

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:24 am

    Pictured are Natalie DeWeese and Kevin Hemminghaus with the check from County Market.

    County Market is pleased to present Winfield Intermediate School with a check in the amount of $1,000. County Market is committed to education and started the Max Dollars for Education program almost 20 years ago. Companywide, nearly one million dollars has been distributed since the program begin! As an associate owned company County Market understands the need to give back to the communities that they do business in and are

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  • Prop KIDS could increase student opportunity

    Posted on March 31, 2014 at 8:51 am

    When the Troy Middle School (TMS) Parent Teacher Student Organization spent $1200 to purchase one Vex Robotics kit, teacher Brandon Franck knew exciting things were to come at TMS. One kit equaled a first-ever robotics team for the middle school. Franck applied for a matching grant in order to obtain two VEX robotics kits. Even with two VEX Robotic kits, Franck knew selecting students to form the team would be

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