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Realignment Pairs Gallatin and Hamilton in Football, Basketball

Gallatin and Hamilton football and basketball teams are about to get cozy again.

Beginning in 2014-15, the 100-year rivals will find themselves in the same class and district in football and basketball thanks to reclassification by the Missouri State High School Athletic Association.

Gallatin and Hamilton will be two of eight teams next season in the Class 1, District 8 football alignment. Joining them will be Braymer, KingCity, Maysville, Polo,

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CHAMPS Persevere with Confidence

CDSE held their last Character CHAMPS Assembly of the school year this week. The 5th Grade and their Partner in Education, Terry Implement Company (Brice & Cyd Terry), introduced the words Perseverance and Confidence. The fifth grade had a boys versus girls tug of war to demonstrate. The Students of the Month were given their medals and certificates by CHAMP the Bulldog and Cyd Terry representing Gallatin Rotary. They are

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Apply Now for a Full Scholarship, ACOT

ST. JOSEPH, MO – This year the American College of Technology — an institution through which all courses are online — has committed $364,400 to the Warrior Transition Command for a total of 10 full scholarships, amounting to $36,440 each. Five of those scholarships will be given to wounded service members, and five to their spouses or dependents. Scholarships cover the full cost of tuition, course materials, and fees. 

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Blasts from the Past

April 7, 2004

Seven Gallatin R-5 juniors will spend part of the summer participating in mock democracy stats known as American Legion Boys and Girls State. Slated to attend this year’s session of Girls State are Emily Gay, Erin Croy and Lindsey Robertson. Selected for Boys State are Garrett Houghton, Adam Strein, Jake Gardner and Aaron Everly.

Cody Selby and Levi Michener participated in the Kids Folkstyle National Wrestling Tournament

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Family Literacy Night Hosts 400

Family Literacy Night at C.S.D.E. was held on April 3. The elementary school had another successful year with over 400 people in attendance, which included over half of the K-6 student population.

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Winston Band Students Do Well at Contest

Winston Band and Ensemble Contest results from March 29 at St. Joseph are as follows: Clint Alexander – timpani – 2 rating; Delilah Gadd – alto saxophone – 2 rating; Aaron Piburn, Miranda Weigand and Kaytlyn Barnes – trombone trio – 4 rating.

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Winston Hoops Night This Friday

Winston School’s annual “Friday Night Hoops” will be held this Friday, April 4, at the school, beginning with a hot dog/chili dog dinner at 5 p.m.

All grades, preschool through sixth grade, will be playing basketball, beginning at 6 p.m. Proceeds from the event will go to the Summer Birds.

Following is the basketball schedule for Friday:

6:00     Preschool/Kindergarten

6:30     First/Second/Third Grade Boys

7:00     First/Second/Third Grade Girls

7:30     Fourth/Fifth/Sixth Grade

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Gallatin Band, Choir at District

The Gallatin R-5 Band participated in the District Solo and Ensemble Contest at Central High School at St. Joseph on Saturday with the following results: I Ratings —  Coby Brogan, trombone solo; Jonah Flanders, trombone solo; Wyatt Owings, tuba solo; Wyatt Owings, Jonah Flanders, Coby Brogan, Patrick McNickle, brass quartet; Jacob Wilson, Natalie Marble, Sam Coulson, trumpet trio; Melinda Hess, Bb clarinet solo; Jasmine Ramirez, Bb clarinet solo; Jarod Rains,

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CDSE Students Try Alexander T. Wolf

After hearing both sides of the case, the jurors deliberate.

Under the guidance of Officer David Vaughn from the Gallatin Police Department, and as part of Sara Koenig’s social studies class, the fifth graders at Covel D. Searcy Elementary spent recent days preparing for, and then executing, a mock trial.

The retelling of a classic fairy tale found Alexander T. Wolf charged with attempted murder of the renowned third little

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