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Gallatin offers teaching and staff positions

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education offered teacher and staff positions for the 2017-2018 school year during their meeting held Wednesday, March 15. Two resignations were accepted: from Chad Sullenger as head varsity girls softball coach and Doug Alden as transportation director.

The board offered the following positions to —

All high school probationary teachers, including: Ron Alden, Michelle Anthuis, Justin Collins, Amanda Durbin, Taryn Dustman, Brittney Ghidoni, Tammy Kliewer,

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Got dirt?

The contractor building the new Winston school building is looking for approximately 2,000 cubic yards of fill dirt. If you are interested in working with the contractor, please call the Winston School Office (660) 749-5456 for more information.

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Toni Cox recognized with Distinguished Principals award

Searcy Elementary Principal Toni Cox has been recognized by the Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP) with a Distinguished Principals award. She received the award during the MAESP 2017 Leadership Conference held March 11-14 at Tan-Tar-A Resort at Osage Beach.

The Missouri Distinguished Principals program honors outstanding elementary and middle-level administrators who ensure that Missouri’s children acquire a sound foundation for lifelong learning and achievement.

Ms. Cox was nominated

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Have you ‘herd’?…It’s time for Literacy Round-Up

Family Literacy Night is planned from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, at Covel D. Searcy Elementary (CDSE) School in Gallatin. “Literacy Round-Up” is this year’s theme as preschool children through fourth grade students get to choose from many fun and educational activities.

Lasso family, grandparents and friends and invite them to join the cowpokes for an evening of education, fun and food.

Last year CDS had 63% of its

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Two from Gallatin help collision tech class win prestigious award

Micheal McLey is the son of David and Diane McLey. Chad Walker is the son of Brian and Kelly Walker and Carrie Walker.

Two Gallatin R-5 seniors, Chad Walker and Micheal McLey, were part of a collision tech team at Grand River Technical School in Chillicothe, which earned top honors in a pedal car competition held Friday through Sunday, Feb. 10-12, at World of Wheels auto show at Bartle Hall

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Final week for ‘Jim the Wonder Dog’ educational series

This is the final week of the Newspaper in Education series “Jim the Wonder Dog,” which has been running in the Gallatin North Missourian for the past eight weeks. The series is provided by the Missouri Press Foundation and comes with an activity guide which can be utilized by classroom teachers. Gallatin R-5 elementary classes which have participated in this project are Tina Herring’s third grade, Shannon McBroom’s kindergarten, Sydney

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It’s sweet…it’s deadly…it’s the school play coming soon

Gallatin High School will present the play “Murder at the Malt shop” at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 25. Tickets are $5 at the door at the Courter Theater.

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Forum sharpens focus on school tax

About 40 people attended a public forum to discuss a proposed tax increase for Gallatin R-5 School District on Monday, March 13, in the high school commons. The tax proposal involves a 90-cent increase in the school’s operating levy, expected to generate approximately $373,000 annually.

Gallatin R-5 Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple, gave a power point presentation which noted increased costs for the school, especially in transportation and health care. The

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Shonna Morrison recognized by counselor association

Shonna Morrison of Gallatin Elementary School was one of four counselors recognized by The Northwest Missouri School Counselor Association at its counselor of the year awards for elementary, middle, secondary and multilevel schools during the group’s spring conference, held at EmPowerU in St. Joseph.

The other three award winners were Angela McDaniel of Cameron Middle School, Lynn Knock of Lawson High School, and Becky Whitmer of Stewartsville C-2.

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