Three Daviess County Schools are involved in the Backpack
Kathy Henderson of Lake Viking will retire from a 20 year teaching career, 15 years at Winston and five years at Gallatin. A reception will be held in her honor from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 19, at the Winston school cafeteria.
Mrs. Henderson started her teaching career teaching kindergarten at Gallatin. She taught in a variety of areas at Winston, including Spanish, seventh and eighth grade communication
Gallatin R-5 players, coaches, parents and friends fought off the chill of a cold autumn night with warm remembrances from successful fall athletic endeavors.
Janet Rhoades welcomed the crowd on behalf of the GHS Booster Club. Mark Corwin gave the invocation prior to the meal. R-5 Athletic Director Rick Lin served as master of ceremonies.
Head softball coach Chad Sullenger introduced members of the Lady Bulldog team that finished 19-5
Each year the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association offers 16 scholarships valued at $1,000 each to college-bound Missouri high school seniors who intend to pursue a criminal justice career and will be attending a Missouri college or university.
Applicants must: be in good standing with his/her school; have a good reference from his/her school counselor; demonstrate financial need; have a 2.0 GPA or greater; and be active in extra-curricular activities.
The College of Business at the University of Missouri in Columbia was the site Nov. 14 for the fifth annual Trulaske Leadership Academy. Attending this year’s academy were GHS seniors Macon Allen, Tannah Terry, Aubrey Nelson and Maria Bickford. All four students are very active in the Gallatin Future Business Leaders of America Chapter under the advisement of Barb Holcomb.
The event is coordinated by the students in the college’s
The Gallatin R-5 School Board accepted the resignation for the purpose of retirement from Superintendent Dennis Croy during their meeting held Nov. 17. Mr. Croy is completing his thirtieth year in education at the end of the current term. He was approved for the early notification of retirement incentive.
The board authorized MARE, the Missouri Association of Rural Educators, to conduct a superintendent search for the district. They then set
Students from the Covel D. Searcy Elementary School in Gallatin traveled the path from the farmer’s field to the playing field when University of Missouri Extension’s Food Power Adventure came to town on Nov. 14. Along the way, students learned answers to the questions, “Where does food come from?” and “How does it give me energy
The Gallatin FBLA Chapter attended the 2014 National Fall Leadership Conference from November 6-9 in Washington, D.C. The chapter had an eventful weekend in our nation’s capitol with sightseeing and conference activities. Members attended opening and closing sessions as well as leadership based workshops.
Nov. 17, 2004
Gallatin FFA members Jonathan Arnold, Lacy Edwards and alternate Whitney Ray were part of the National FFA Band which performed recently at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ken.
Kate Hangley, 14, Pattonsburg, bagged an unofficial 19-point buck shortly after deer season opened Nov. 13. She is the daughter of Dana Shipers of Pattonsburg and Steve Hangley, who was visiting from Texas.
Nov. 16, 1994
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