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R-3 students listed on honor roll

North Daviess recently announced its third quarter Honor Roll.

High Honor Roll —

1st Grade: Jastin Affuso, Adyson Morris, Kathleen Ross, Emma Waterbury;

2nd Grade: Kaden Clair, Mekenzi Lambert, Rebecca Wright;

3rd Grade: Emily Linthicum, Kendra McMahon;

4th Grade: Emily Wright;

5th Grade: Jesse Smith, Kristopher Stretch;

6th Grade: Preston Anderson, Kameron Hanes;

7th Grade: None;

8th Grade: Kylana Clair, Angela Sprague;

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Daviess County fifth graders attend water festival      

University of Missouri Extension hosted a Water Festival for 94 Daviess County fifth grade students and their teachers on March 22 at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin. Those schools participating included Gallatin, Pattonsburg, Tri-County and Winston. The students spent a full day learning about soil erosion, water conservation, habitat adaptation by birds and mammals, biodiversity in ecosystems, point and non-point source pollution, soil types and their ability to hold

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Cameron Terry recognized by GRTS

Sixteen students from Grand River Technical School (GRTS), including Gallatin High School student Cameron Terry in Auto Service Technology, have been recognized as “Students of the Quarter” for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 school year.

GRTS instructors selected Cameron for this honor based on the following criteria: outstanding work ethic, excellent attendance, good manners, and superior grades.

Cameron will receive a certificate of excellence, a specially-designed sweatshirt recognizing his

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Gallatin High School Play…Murder at the Malt Shop… serves up the laughs

The Gallatin School Play Murder at the Malt Shop will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, at the Courter Theater in Gallatin. Tickets are $5 at the door.

“We really appreciate the Gallatin Theatre League for the use of the Courter Theater Stage,” said the play’s Director Laurie Walton-Roll. “It’s been a very helpful tool to teach our student’s

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Winston offers teacher contracts, approves football contract

The Winston R-6 Board of Education offered teaching contracts to all returning non-tenured teachers during an executive session of their March 20 meeting and approved the 2017-2018 school calendar with the first day of classes beginning on Aug. 16.

Katie Martin was offered a tenured teaching contract. Jordan Hale of Lathrop was hired as an elementary teacher.

A resignation from high school English teacher Abigail Yohn was accepted, effective at

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Gallatin FFA earns recognition in Area II Leadership Event

Several Gallatin FFA members participated in the Area II Leadership Development Events held March 8 in Cameron and March 15 in Gallatin.

Graydee Rains placed second and received a gold for his complete record book. Tom Crouse received a bronze medal for his incomplete record book.

Zoe Bradford received a silver medal for her placement record book. Megan Cox and Jacob Wilson received a bronze for the Chapter Secretary Book

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Winston FFA ranks high in leadership event, Neth named parliamentarian

Several Winston FFA members found success while competing in the Area 2 FFA Leadership Development Events this March. Students received rankings in the following contests:

Secretary’s Book – Elizabeth O’Dell – silver rating; Treasurer’s Book – Logan Caldwell – silver rating; Scrapbook – Shelby Mason – bronze rating; Completed Placement Record Book – Steven Muessig – gold rating; Creed Speaking – Thomas Kile – silver rating.

Drew Neth was named

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Pattonsburg students make honor roll, recognized for perfect attendance

Pattonsburg R-2 recently announced its third quarter Honor Roll.

Gold Honor Roll:  Grade 9: Carter Crone; Grade 7: Jillian Plymell.

A Honor Roll:  Grade 12: Alexis Harris, Molly Nashan and Caleb Teel.

Grade 11: Mitchell Begley, Brett Curtis, Nicole Robinson, Katie Warford and Jackson Zamora.

Grade 10: Shaila Cramer, Makelle Hobson, Madison Hummer, Connor Ireland, Logan Pankau, Amber Shaw and Kirsten Slessman.

Grade 9: Brittani Adams, Angelina Anderson, Cody Crabtree,

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R-3 to hold Family Fun Night, asks for mowing bids

Amy McMahon, chief cataloguer at the Daviess County Library, talked with North Daviess Board of Education members about the library setting up a booth at R-3’s Family Fun Night. Family Fun Night will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and will have a gardening theme. Food will be provided.

The library would also like to hold an assembly in the gym in April to talk to students about

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