Gallatin FCCLA had a strong showing at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in San Diego, Calif., July 3-7. All STAR Events competitors earned the highest honor which
Wendy Wilson was offered the position of paraprofessional, and the resignation of special ed teacher Kitty Sutton was accepted by the Pattonsburg Board of Education.
The board approved the 2015-2016 budget amendments and the budget for the 2016-2017 school year during their regular meeting held June 21.
The bid from Omega Doors of Kansas City for custom doors was accepted.
An executive session was held to discuss personnel, student matters,
Mr. Ireland was formerly with the Perry County School District.
He and his wife Karie have twin sons, Connor and Trevor. Their older son, David, is in the Army and was recently stationed in Virginia. David and his wife Amanda have two
Missouri University of Science and Technology announces the names of students who made the honor list for the Spring 2016 semester. Gallatin: Elisabeth Anne Warner, applied mathematics, sophomore; and Jamesport: Charles Bennett, electrical engineering, senior.
To be included on the honor list, students must have carried a minimum of 12 hours and had grade point averages of 3.2 or above out of a possible 4.0.
Founded in 1870 as the
Students at North Daviess will see a five-cent increase in meal prices next year.
The North Daviess R-3 Board of Education approved increasing meal prices for 2016-2017 as required by the Federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 during their meeting held June 20. The district was required to increase breakfast and lunch prices by $0.05. The price increase only affects paid lunches, and does not impact prices of reduced
North Central Missouri College’s Upward Bound program, which includes students from Daviess County, recently hosted an academic bowl with other area Upward Bound programs as a part of their summer six-week residential component at NCMC. Members of Upward Bound programs from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa, and Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville joined NCMC’s Upward Bound program to participate in several contests.
Gallatin seniors will see changes to their basic graduation requirements next year. Physical education will be changed from two credits to one credit and electives will be changed from six credits to seven credits.
In other business conducted by the Gallatin Board of Education at their meeting on June 16, Joseph Clark was offered a custodian position effective August 1 and the salary contract was approved for David McLey.
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