"Like" us on Facebook

Trenton R-IX School District

School events, club news, schedules and announcements.
View Bulletin

We email the news you choose:
Register for News Alerts!
Enter Your Email:
For Email Newsletters you can trust

Archives

Laredo Board To Meet On Monday

The Laredo R-7 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 8 at the school.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of the 2016-17 school year, the K-2 and eighth grade field trips, building improvements, the health fair, audit bids, mowing bids, a budget review, a report on the spelling bee, Little Rascals and the Murphy Scholarship. An executive session for personnel is

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Princeton Sets Board Meeting For Monday

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 8 in the high school library.
Items on the announced agenda include approval of a retirement/resignation, announcement of board candidates for the April election, setting Feb. 12 as a make-up day due to inclement weather, discussion of the two-step master plan, the Annual Progress Report review and presentation from the School Improvement Team,

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

R-6 Board To Meet On Tuesday

The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in the school math room.
Items on the announced agenda include a review of bids, discussion of the 2016-17 preliminary school calendar, building renovations and the superintendent’s report. An executive session is also on the agenda for personnel and student matters, if needed.

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

P&Z Commission Hearing Scheduled

The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a hearing on Monday, March 7 to hear a request involving new construction.
RDM Investments LLC is asking for a 15-foot variance on the front yard setback requirement of 35 feet in an 1-2 Heavy Industrial Zone to allow them to construct an office and storage building on property at 1209 Shanklin Ave. The hearing will be at 7 p.m. in city

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

NCMC Student Portal Changes Made

In the coming months, North Central Missouri College students will experience a new, more cohesive look and feel to their online student portal experience.
The revised portal will be more user-friendly, allowing students to easily navigate their personal information and display notices relevant to their success at NCMC. The improvements came after months of planning and discussion with student groups, faculty and staff input and exploring the best of what

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Possible Business Scam Reported

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright is warning local businesses of a potential scam after being notified by a local merchant.
Chief Wright said the business was contacted by a company reporting to be Main Street Services, a branch of Harbortouch, a credit/debit card processing company. When the merchant inquired about the company with Harbortouch, he learned that Main Street Services is not associated with Harbortouch. Additionally, the merchant reported that

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Local Woman Gives Rotary Program

Amy Whitaker Currie, a Rotary Exchange Student during the 1999-2000 school year, was the guest speaker at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Jackie Soptic was the program chairman.
Mrs. Currie, a teacher at Trenton High School, told of her experiences as an exchange student and how those experiences led her to coming back to Trenton and teaching in her hometown. Mrs. Currie spent one year in Mexico through

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Thomas O. Pickett

Long-time Trenton resident and former Associate Circuit Court Judge Thomas O. Pickett died this morning (Friday, Feb. 5, 2016) at Liberty Hospital. He was 86.
The body will be cremated. Memorial services will be held at a later date.

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

February 2016 TMS Students Of The Month

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for the month of February have been announced, with eight students recognized for demonstrating the character trait of “honesty.” Those selected include from left, fifth graders Ian Elbert, son of Travis and Rhonda Elbert, and Makenzee Epperson, daughter of Colby and Heather Epperson;  sixth graders Trager Leeper, son of Karrie Watkins and Trevor Leeper, and Mallory Sole, daughter of Rich and Kristy Sole; seventh graders Andrew Maxey, son of Roger and Hollie Hild, and Savannah Martin, daughter of Carrie Roeder and Dan Martin; and eighth graders Austin Weyer, son of Del and Kristi Weyer, and Kaitlyn Owen, daughter of Ange and Chris Altes.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The Trenton Middle School Students of the Month for the month of February have been announced, with eight students recognized for demonstrating the character trait of “honesty.” Those selected include from left, fifth graders Ian Elbert, son of Travis and Rhonda Elbert, and Makenzee Epperson, daughter of Colby and Heather Epperson; sixth graders Trager Leeper, son of Karrie Watkins and Trevor Leeper, and Mallory Sole, daughter of

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.