$500 Grant for Xylophone Restoration

September 4 - Elementary Music Teacher Chelsea Otten recently received a $500 grant from the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation (MRTF) to restore the district's aging xylophones.

Mrs. Morris reads to classes

August 31 - If you walked by a fourth or fifth grade classroom at the right time, you may have heard Principal Morris exclaim, “I wish I could go to the moon and get my own Moon Pies!” 

Eclipse 2017

August 22 - Intermediate students found a comfortable, grassy spot on campus to view the eclipse.

Laughing with Jay & Leslie

June 14 - Elementary students were entertained by "Jay and Leslie's Laughing Matters" at an assembly on Monday morning. The duo showed off their juggling skills and improvised stories with the help of students. 

Can You Survive?

June 12 - Students are channeling their creativity in the “Can You Survive?” summer school class. These fourth graders read and study historic events from the “I Survived” book series, and Mrs.

Glory of Missouri Awards

May 30 - The Glory of Missouri Award recognizes 14 students, each representing one of the virtues engraved in the House Chamber that make up the Glory of Missouri. 

Presidential Award Winners

May 30 - These fifth grade students received the Presidential Award. They scored "Advanced" on the 3rd & 4th grade MAP tests in either Communication Arts or Mathematics (or both!) and held a 4.0 average on their grades in 5th grade this year!

Interactive Art Show

May 15 - The second annual K-5 Family Art Night was held last week. Each student chose one piece of artwork for display; it was framed and available for purchase as a school fundraiser.

radKIDS teaches safety & self defense

May 10 - The third grade students celebrated the completion of the radKIDS program. radKIDS is a self-defense, empowering program to help children know what to do to stay safe. The students practiced situations in the gym before attending a program ceremony.

Transitioning into next year

May 8 - This morning, Intermediate students took a trip down the hallway to their grade-level classrooms for next school year. Future 3rd and 4th graders met in classrooms where students learned what to expect and asked questions of the teachers.


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