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Princeton Board Will Pay Part Of Stacy Center Floor Cost

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education approved paying a portion of the cost to replace the gym floor at the Stacy Center and approved the establishment of an educational foundation during a meeting held Monday evening.
According to information provided by Superintendent Dr. Robert Newhart, the board voted to pay $17,000 toward the cost of putting a wood floor in the gym at the Stacy Center multipurpose room. That amount

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Tri-County Board Approves Fundraisers

The Tri-County R-7 Board met Thursday night at Jamesport, approving several fundraisers.
According to information provided by Superintendent David Probasco, the board approved the following fundraising requests: a haunted house, student council; Mustang apparel, junior class; movie night and t-shirt sales, PBS; raffles during home basketball games, after prom; and Mustang cards, FBLA.
The board discussed a resolution in regard to Amendment 3, taking no action, but adopted a resolution

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TMS October 2014 Students Of The Month

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for the month of October have been selected, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “respect.” Those honored include, from left, fifth graders Adria Willey, daughter of David and Mandy Willey, and Mark Golden, son of Ken Golden; sixth graders Amanda Parrack, daughter of Sam and Ellen Parrack, and Brice Gibler, son of Brandon and Christy Gibler; seventh graders Natosha Brown, daughter of Jeff Brown and Dorothy Archuleta, and Dolan Huber, son of Amy Binney Huber and John Huber; and eighth graders Sidney Lynch, daughter of Howie and Michelle Lynch, and Hunter Beasley, son of Kandi Johnson and George Beasley.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for the month of October have been selected, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “respect.” Those honored include, from left, fifth graders Adria Willey, daughter of David and Mandy Willey, and Mark Golden, son of Ken Golden; sixth graders Amanda Parrack, daughter of Sam and Ellen Parrack, and Brice Gibler, son of Brandon and Christy Gibler; seventh graders

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Area Menus For Week Of Sept. 22-26

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast

Monday-Cereal, banana muffin, pears, juice, milk.
Tuesday-Wheat cinnamon roll, applesauce, juice, cereal, milk.
Wednesday-Breakfast tac-go,fruit cocktail, cereal, juice, milk.
Thursday-Whole grain pancakes, pancake syrup, peaches, juice, cereal, milk.
Friday-Breakfast burrito. apple slices, juice, cereal, milk.
Lunch
Monday-Turkey and cheese sandwich, fresh broccoli, ranch dressing, peaches, milk.
Tuesday-Bean and cheese burrito, buttered carrots, pineapple, milk.
Wednesday-Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, cream gravy, green beans, pears, milk.

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Spickard, Princeton R-5 School Boards Meet

The Princeton R-5 and Spickard R-2 boards of education met Monday evening, with the Spickard board making plans for fifth and sixth grade basketball and the Princeton board approving a change in the student handbook and discussing APR results.
Spickard R-2
The Spickard Board of Education made plans for the fifth and sixth grade basketball season and approved two raises during its meeting.
According to information provided by Superintendent Burnie

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Laredo School Board Holds September Meeting

The Laredo R-7 Board of Education met Thursday evening, approving field trips and discussing basketball.
According to information provided by Superintendent Phil Fox, the board approved transportation routes for the current school year as well as approving the following field trips: third and fourth grade to Old Time Harvest Days, Sept. 26; kindergarten through second grade to the pumpkin patch, Oct. 17; and grades five through eight to the American

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R-6, Grundy R-5 Boards Announced APR Scores, Discuss Amendment 3

The Pleasant View R-6 and Grundy R-5 boards of education meet Tuesday evening, with both districts announcing Annual Performance Review results and discussing Amendment 3.
Pleasant View R-6
The Pleasant View R-6 District has learned it received a perfect 100 percent on the MSIP5 Annual Performance Report.
According to information provided by Superintendent Tiffany Otto and discussed during a board meeting Tuesday evening, the district was notified by the Department

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Princeton Board Agenda

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15 in the high school library.
Items on the announced agenda include approval of the consent agenda, announcements concerning the 2014-2015 enrollment, the next board meeting, homecoming week (Oct. 6-10) and activity calendars; a cash flow report for the month of August, 2014-2015 budget review, bonding capacity and update, approval of a required change

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Newtown-Harris Board Holds September Meeting

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education approved the school calendar with snow days, changed the date of prom and approved substitute bus drivers during its meeting.
Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple said the board approved Jan. 19, Feb. 16, April 2 and May 19-22 as snow days in the 2014-2015 school calendar. Also approved was the 2014-2015 testing calendar and the date of prom, which was changed from May 1 to April

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