"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

Students Celebrate Earth Day

Students at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School in Humphreys celebrated Earth Day today  y planting a tree at the school. Assisting with the planting were Parker Christy, left, and  Weston Carver.

Students at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School in Humphreys celebrated Earth Day today
y planting a tree at the school. Assisting with the planting were Parker Christy, left, and
Weston Carver.

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

Rex Alan Hamby

Rex Alan Hamby, a 64-year-old Brimson resident, died at 8:25 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at his home while under hospice care.
His body is to be cremated with memorial services pending under the direction of Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton.
Surviving relatives include his wife, Betty of the home; his mother, Deva Hamby of Trenton; a sister, Janet Brown and her husband, Darrel of Trenton; a daughter, Natalie Kielman

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

Commission Continues Fact-Finding On Health Ordinance

The Grundy County Commission continued its fact-finding today on whether or not a health ordinance should be enacted to regulate concentrated animal feeding operations in the county.
A large crowd of county residents was present at the meeting, with commissioners indicating that they are continuing to seek legal advice on how and if an ordinance should be enacted and whether or not an ordinance would prohibit Trenton Farms RE, LLC

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

Daily Record 4-23-15

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Liberty L. Griffin, 34, Mercer, appeared in court owing money on convictions for not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle and failing to display valid plates on a motor vehicle. The amount owed was converted to time in the Grundy County Detention Center with the defendant to serve 12 days on each charge, with the time to run consecutively.
The following defendants

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

Area Menus For April 27-May 1

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast

Monday-Cereal, whole wheat toast with jelly, applesauce, juice, milk.
Tuesday-Chocolate chip waffles, pancake syrup, peaches, juice, cereal, milk.
Wednesday-Colby cheese omelet, whole wheat toast, fruit cocktail, cereal, juice, milk.
Thursday-Glazed donut, chicken nuggets, pineapple, cereal, juice, milk.
Friday-Buttermilk biscuit, sausage gravy, strawberry cup, cereal, juice, milk.
Lunch
Monday-Mr. Rib on bun, broccoli, glazed lemon cake, oranges, milk.
Tuesday-Hamburger on bun, pickle filet, potato salad, carrot

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

Ollie Mae Fenton

Funeral services for Ollie Mae Fenton are scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the First Christian Church in Trenton. Burial will follow at the Spickard Masonic Cemetery in Spickard.
An open visitation will begin Friday morning, April 24, 2015 at Whitaker-Eads Funeral Home in Trenton.
Mrs. Fenton, a 96-year-old resident of Trenton, died at 11:20 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at Sunnyview Nursing Home in

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

Former Resident Receives Honor

Dr. Sherri Marrs Lewis, principal of Bernard Campbell Middle School in Lee’s Summit, left, received the Missouri Association of School Librarians Service Award for School Administrators April 20 at the organization’s state conference, held at Osage Beach. The award is presented to one school administrator each year from Missouri based on support of school library media services. In the nomination, Dr. Lewis was praised for her support of the BCMS library, including its new MakerSpace as well as family events held at the school to highlight literacy. Dr. Lewis has worked within the R-7 School District for 27 years. In addition to serving as principal at BCMS, she served as the school’s assistant principal, school improvement coordinator and language arts teacher. She has taught college-level courses at Avila University, North Central University and the University of Missouri-Columbia. The BCMS principal earned her doctorate in educational leadership from Nova Southeastern University, her master's degree in secondary administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and her bachelor's degree in secondary English education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dr. Lewis has written several publications and grants and also served as a presenter at district, state and national conferences. She is the daughter of Don and Carol Marrs of Spickard.

Dr. Sherri Marrs Lewis, principal of Bernard Campbell Middle School in Lee’s Summit, left, received the Missouri Association of School Librarians Service Award for School Administrators April 20 at the organization’s state conference, held at Osage Beach. The award is presented to one school administrator each year from Missouri based on support of school library media services. In the nomination, Dr. Lewis was praised for her support of the BCMS

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

“Kiss the Seniors Goodbye”

The Trenton High School Key Club is again offering parents, grandparents and friends of THS Seniors an opportunity to recognize their achievement with their “Kiss the Seniors Goodbye” fundraiser.
For only $6, persons can send a 16-ounce commemorative cup filled with Hershey kisses and best wishes for a successful future. The “Kiss ‘Em Goodbye” cups will be delivered to seniors on Wednesday, May 13 by Key Club members.
To place

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

Princeton Board To Meet

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education will meet in special session at 6 p.m. on Monday in the high school library.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion and determination of employee health insurance, an increase to the base salary and the extra duty stipend schedule; discussion and establishment of a timeline for school projects and financing; and establishment of a board facility committee. An executvie session for personnel, legal

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