Gallatin R-5 Band students recently competed at state competition held at the University of Missouri on April 29. The band received a one rating for Percussion Octet (Jade Wayne, Briar Roll, Kira Williams, CJ Richards, Jarod Rains, Jeremy Ruth, Ty Hanson, John Gibson); Jade Wayne, clarinet; Coby Brogan, trombone; Natalie Marble, trumpet.
Students receiving two ratings were: Patrick McNickle, trombone; Sarabeth Michael, flute; Maelea Coulson, flute.
Xandria Obico is Director
Due to wet and soggy course conditions, the scores were a little higher than a year ago, but the end result was the same….a fourth straight Class 1 district golf title for the Gallatin Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs couldn’t match their total of 311 from a year ago but their 333 beat Hamilton for the second straight season. The Hornets shot 344 and Orrick finished a distant third with 429.
Gilman City R-4 School District is teaming up with the Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri to launch an effort to develop more scholarships for graduates of Gilman City High School.
This is the second north Missouri school district to work with the Foundation to establish addtional scholarships for graduating students.
Roger Alley, school superintendent, says the past few years have been extremely successful for students and faculty and test scores
The senior class of 2016 list for graduation was approved as presented during the meeting of the Gallatin R-5 Board of Education held May 2.
Dr. Copple shared a thank you card from the junior class of 2017 for helping with prom parking.
Amanda Eiberger was offered a special education teacher position for the 2016-2017 school year.
The summer school staff list was approved as presented.
The Missouri State Highway
From April 24-26, nearly 4,500 students grades 5-12, college students, and advisers, descended upon Springfield, MO for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference.
Gallatin High School had 55 members in attendance, under the direction and support of adviser Mrs. Barb Holcomb.
Students main focus was competitive events, in which nearly 3,400 of the attendees participated in. Events range from Accounting I to
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