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Spickard Board Approves Policies, Filing Dates

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education met Monday evening, approving policies, moving the employee pay date and setting the filing dates.
According to information provided by Superintendent Burnie Schneiderheinze, the board approved MSBA policies regarding election candidate declaration requirements, public comment at board meetings to be allowed only if the individual has requested to be on the agenda five days prior to the meeting, the use of a consent agenda

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Chula Board Holds November Meeting

The Livingston County R-3 Board of Education met Tuesday evening at the school in Chula.
According to information provided by Administrator Jocelyn Meservey, she congratulated Brenda Kerr and Ann Hamilton for their presentation at the recent MSBA Regional Meeting. Joe and Marcia Pithan were thanked for the excellent basketball season and Ms. Meservey reported that 30 veterans had attended that day’s Veterans Day assembly and breakfast.
Ms. Meservey gave a

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Grundy R-5, Princeton Boards Set Filing Dates, Discussion Conference Affiliations

An athletic cooperative request and the setting of filing dates were among topics addressed by the Grundy R-5 and Princeton R-5 boards of education during meetings this week.
Grundy R-5
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Grundy R-5 Board approved an athletic co-op request from Newtown-Harris for junior high and high school boys and girls basketball next year in the event Newtown-Harris does not have the numbers to field those teams.

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Laredo R-7 and Newtown-Harris Boards Set Filing Dates

The Laredo R-7 and Newtown-Harris boards of education met Monday evening, setting the filing dates for the April 7 board election.
Laredo R-7
According to information provided by Laredo R-7 Superintendent Phil Fox, the board set the filing dates for the April 7, 2015 election as Dec. 16 at 8 a.m. until Jan. 20, 2015 at 5 p.m. The school office will close at 1 p.m., Dec. 19 and reopen

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Grundy R-5 Names First Quarter Honor Students

The first quarter honor roll has been announced at the Grundy R-5 School at Galt.
Students named to the “A” Honor Roll were Mason Alley, Garity Hanes, Mckenna Owens, Morgan Ronayne, Megan Saul, Skyla Southwick, Emily  Torrey, seniors; Luis Barriga, Isaac Chamberlain, Brady Huffman, Jearl Ji, Emily Milazzo, Emily Moore, Mason Radcliff, juniors; Matana Munday, sophomore; Andrew Hudson, Makenzy Lawyer, Zoe Littleton, Madyson Williams, freshmen; Emma Baxter, Kendra Betz, Alissa

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Tri-County Board Approves Fundraisers, Hires Paraprofessional

Board members at Tri-County R-7 School at Jamesport terminated a contract with their cleaning service, approved fundraising requests and offered a contract for a paraprofessional during a meeting held Thursday evening.
According to information provided by Superintendent David Probasco, the board terminated its contract with North Central Missouri Cleaning Services and following an executive session, announced that it is seeking bids for those services.
The board accepted the 2013-2014 audit

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November 2014 TMS Students of the Month

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for November have been named, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “courtesy.” Those honored include, from left, front row, fifth grader Allison Yoder, daughter of Mattie and Levi Yoder; sixth grader Chloe White, daughter of Haley Harding; and eighth grader Saedee Jackson, daughter of Roy and Sarah Jackson; back row, fifth grader Braxton Borders, son of Josh and Tiffany Borders; sixth grader Allen Airey, son of Michael and Christina Airey; seventh grader Dalton Burchett, son of Mike and Monica Burchett; and eighth grader Logan Medlin, son of Laura Bland and Josh Medlin. Not pictured is seventh grader Kennedy Norton, daughter of Brandon and Patricia Norton.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for November have been named, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “courtesy.” Those honored include, from left, front row, fifth grader Allison Yoder, daughter of Mattie and Levi Yoder; sixth grader Chloe White, daughter of Haley Harding; and eighth grader Saedee Jackson, daughter of Roy and Sarah Jackson; back row, fifth grader Braxton Borders, son of Josh and

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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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