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Menus For Week Of 2-8-16

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast
Monday-Cereal, toast, mandarin oranges, juice, milk.
Tuesday-Egg, bacon and cheese muffin, applesauce, juice, cereal, milk.
Wednesday-Scrambled eggs, ham slice, toast, pears, juice, cereal, milk.
Thursday-Frosted strawberry Pop Tart, pineapple, cereal, juice, milk.
Friday-French toast, pancake syrup, fruit cocktail, cereal, juice, milk.
Lunch
Monday-Bean and cheese burrito, lettuce salad, ranch dressing, cheese stick, blushing pears, milk.
Tuesday-Pork fritter on bun, broccoli and cheese, cherry cheesecake, milk.

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2016 TMS Spelling Bee Winners

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  The Trenton Middle School Spelling Bee was held Thursday morning, with winners and alternates selected to compete at the Grundy County Spelling Bee, set for Feb. 2 at the Laredo R-7 School. TMS winners include, from left, front row, fifth graders Kaylea Boyle, first, spelling the word “Americana” correctly, Sarah Washburn, second, and Ally Moore, alternate; sixth graders Katie Markell, first, correctly spelling the word “beverage”, Kaci Percell, second, and Mallory Sole, alternate; second row, seventh graders, Bekah Baker, first, spelling “thigh” correctly, Hannah Stark, second, and Hannah Scott, alternate; and eighth graders Sara Spencer, first, also correctly spelling “thigh”, Rillie Ratliff, second, and Maci Henson, alternate.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The Trenton Middle School Spelling Bee was held Thursday morning, with winners and alternates selected to compete at the Grundy County Spelling Bee, set for Feb. 2 at the Laredo R-7 School. TMS winners include, from left, front row, fifth graders Kaylea Boyle, first, spelling the word “Americana” correctly, Sarah Washburn, second, and Ally Moore, alternate; sixth graders Katie Markell, first, correctly spelling the word “beverage”, Kaci

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Area Menus For Jan. 11-15

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast

Monday-Cereal, whole wheat toast, mandarin oranges, juice, milk.
Tuesday-Banana muffin, Trix yogurt, applesauce, juice, milk, cereal.
Wednesday-Scrambled eggs, sausage patty, toast, pineapple, juice, cereal, milk.
Thursday-Frosted cinnamon pop tart, chicken nuggets, pears, juice, cereal, milk.
Friday-Whole grain pancakes, pancake syrup, bacon, fruit cocktail, juice, cereal, milk.
Lunch
Monday-Pizza cheese cruncher, fresh broccoli, ranch dressing, pumpkin bars, applesauce, milk.
Tuesday-Pork fritter on bun, potato chips, tomato

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R-6 Board Approves Contract Extension

The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education offered a contract extension to its principal/superintendent following an executive session held as part of its regular meeting on Tuesday.
According to information provided by Principal/Superintendent Rebecca Steinhoff, she has been offered a three-year contract to continue in her role at the school. This is her first year at R-6 and her first administrative position following several years as the vocational agriculture instructor

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Tri-County Board Sets Agenda

The Tri-County R-7 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the superintendent’s office at the school in Jamesport.
Items on the announced agenda include administrative reports, CD renewal, preliminary school calendar, discussion of ballpark improvements, a budget review and an executive session to discuss personnel and student records.

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Spickard School Is Accredited

The Spickard R-2 Board of Eduction met in regular session Monday evening at the school, hearing good news on the district’s accreditation status.
According to information provided by Principal Burnie Schneiderheinze, the board was notified that it has been fully accredited by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and its “focus school” status has been removed. Board members also approved the 2014-2015 audit conducted by Jeremy Clevenger Associates. The

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Area Menus for Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2015

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast
Monday- Cereal, whole wheat toast, mandarin oranges, juice, milk.
Tuesday- Grilled cheese, peaches, cereal, juice, milk.
Wednesday-Scrambled eggs, sausage patty, toast, pineapple, cereal, juice, toast.
Thursday-Glazed honey bun, applesauce, cereal, juice, milk.
Friday-Buttermilk biscuit, sausage gravy, pineapple, cereal, juice, milk.
Lunch
Monday- Ham and cheese, pork and beans, Doritos, peaches, milk.
Tuesday-Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, cream gravy, green beans, fruit cocktail, milk.
Wednesday- Goulash,

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R-7 Plans Special Board Meeting

The Tri-County R-7 Board of Education will meet in special session at 6 o’clock tonight in the superintendent’s office at the school in Jamesport.
The meeting, which involves personnel, is an executive session, closed to the public and news media.

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R-6 Board Accepts Bids, Approves Part-Time Position

The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education met Friday evening, accepting bids, selecting a new health insurance plan and agreeing to hire a part-time speech implementer.
According to information provided by Superintendent Rebecca Steinhoff, the board approved a bid from Moore’s Construction and Woodwork to add a window to a classroom. Also accepted was a proposal from Chuck’s Pest Control LLC for pesticide services. The board also approved a change

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