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Jr. High Girls win GVVC title; Boys take second

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The NEVC Jr. High girls basketball team held Montrose to just one second-half point en route to a 32-13 win in the GVVC Conference Tournament Saturday night at Bronaugh. The Knights led 14-12 at halftime, but outscored the Bluejays 17-1 in the final 12 minutes to pull away for the win. Makinsey Conner scored 17 points, while Hannah Rogers added 12 -- including 10 in the second half. The NEVC boys were within three points for . . . read more

Nov 4, 2014

FCCLA hosts canned food drive

Students in the FCCLA are working on a project to help end childhood hunger. From  October 31 to Nov 7th  they are collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items to donate to a local food pantry.   Donations will be accepted at the high school, in Mrs. Bybee's room any time between the hours of  . . . read more

Oct 31, 2014

First quarter honor rolls announced

BLACK HONOR ROLL (All A's) 1 ST  QUARTER OCTOBER 2014 Makinsey Conner Kelly Dade Emilia Gilpin Andrew Purchase Calvin Tabor Tyrein Davis Becky Jennings Trenton Rader Jayce Vantellman Brianna Davis Taylor Highfill     SILVER HONOR ROLL . . . read more

Oct 21, 2014

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District Calendar 2014 - 2015

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Crisis Hotlines

AIDS Hotline: 1 800 CDC INFO Alcohol & Drug Referral Hotline: 1 800 252 6465 Boy’s Town: 1 800 448 3000 Family Violence Hotline: 1 800 831 6863 Missouri Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-392-3738 or Text :  1-800-669-8689 Missouri Rape Victim . . . read more

School Safety

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Teacher Training

Here is a link to a CNN article about teacher training for active shooters in a school building. The techniques shared in the article align with the district training that all school staff took part in at the start of this school year. The article that reminds us that in the event of an active shooter, physical and mental preparation is . . . read more