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At Pattonsburg the word is ‘respect’

Students from each Pattonsburg elementary class are recognized monthly for demonstrating the character trait of the month. The word chosen for September was respect. Elementary students recognized for displaying this character trait and their classes are as follows: kindergarten: Brantley Gardner; first grade: Drake Sperry; second grade: Sammi Peterson; third grade: Stephen Loxterman; fourth grade: Katelyn Jones; fifth grade: Kierra deJong.

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Red Ribbon Week at Winston — lots of dressing up and parade

Red Ribbon Week activities will be held at Winston R-6 from Oct. 24-31. The theme is YOLO…You Only Live Once!

Dress up days: Monday, Oct. 24 – Don’t Give Up Your Dreams: Pajama Day; Tuesday, Oct. 25 – Drugs Are Trouble, Don’t Make It Double: Twin Day; Wednesday, Oct. 26 – Don’t Let Drugs Play You: Movie Character Day; Thursday, Oct. 27 – Too Smart For Drugs: Nerds vs. Jocks

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Winston students show some respect

school-winston-students-of-the-monthFor the month of September, Winston Elementary focused on the character trait of respect — treating others with courtesy and honor. Respect is always emphasized at Winston as it is also one of our Positive Behavior School wide expectations; however, this month guidance lessons also focused around the trait. Students are then selected by their classroom teachers and then rewarded for their exemplary display of respect with a special breakfast.

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56 bands set for Missouri Day Marching Festival

Fifty-six bands will be gathering in Trenton on Saturday, Oct. 15, to take part in the evaluative events that are being provided the participating bands in parade, auxiliary, drumline and field show. Gallatin will march in the parade at 2:23 p.m. and the Color Guard will perform at 11:05 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. Drum Line will perform at 8 p.m.

The event is sanctioned by the Missouri State High School

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NCMC provides dual credit scholarships to five high school students

ncmc-dual-credit-scholarship-winnersNorth Central Missouri College’s Annual Dual Credit Student Day was held on Oct. 8, at the NCMC Campus in Trenton. The college’s dual credit program allows qualified high school students to enroll in college-level classes that earn both high school and college credit. All of NCMC’s dual credit students were invited to attend.

Students that attended were each given a personalized degree plan and put in a drawing for one

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Homecoming at Pattonsburg R-2

The week of Oct. 3-7 is Homecoming Week at Pattonsburg R-2. A bonfire/pep rally is set for Thursday night (Oct. 6) and the parade is at 1 p.m. and game is at 7 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 7).   Coronation will be at halftime of the football game. 1st Grade Attendants- Havok Sweiger and Riley Thrash; 9th Grade Attendants-Angelina Anderson and Clark Adler; 10th Grade Attendants-Connor Ireland and Kirsten Slessman; 11th 

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Lady Bulldog softball team recognized at half time


The 2006 Gallatin Lady Bulldog softball team was honored Friday night during Homecoming half time ceremonies. The squad finished 12-2, co-GRC and district champions.

Coaches and team members shown are (maiden names): Coach Denise Ray, Coach Jeremy Hobbs, Jennifer Guffey, Dennelle Rhoades, Ashley Owens, Samantha Mott, Lacey Dixon, Shelby Chadwick, Carly Boyd, Nicole Everman and Courtney Ray.

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Big blaze sparks Bulldog spirit rally


A large supportive crowd gathered around the bonfire in the GHS parking lot following the crowning of Homecoming royalty on the football field. Thursday’s rally kicked off 2016 Homecoming festivities leading up to Gallatin’s 21-6 victory over the Princeton Tigers.

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12 from Gallatin FFA received chapter degrees


Twelve Members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter travelled to Chillicothe on Sept. 21 to participate in the Area II FFA Chapter Degree Ceremony. Over 150 Chapter Degree recipients from the 21 Area II schools participated. The Chapter FFA Degree is the highest degree that can be earned at the chapter level. To earn this degree, students must have a satisfactory Supervised Agriculture Experiences (SAE) project, demonstrate leadership skills, and be

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