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North Daviess building improvements heard by board

North Daviess Superintendent Daniel Street gave a facility update to the R-3 Board of Education at their meeting held Oct. 17. The new milk cooler and new dishwasher have been installed, both are working properly. The snack shack has been winterized, the generator building is complete, and the furnaces have been tested. The insurance inspector came; he didn’t think there were any major violations.

The preliminary 2015-16 Annual Performance Report

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GHS FCCLA members attend ‘Team Spirit’ training

school-fccla-team-spiritOn Oct. 25, 10 FCCLA members and two teachers from Gallatin High School attended a Highway Safety & Leadership workshop called “Team Spirit” in Chillicothe. “Team Spirit” was put on by Kacey Buschjost of  the MoDOT Highway Safety Division, and Sharee A. Galnore and Rachel Penny of Cape Girardeau Safe Communities. During the workshop, the students had the opportunity to listen to many speakers such as Penny Lorenz Anderson of

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All in this together at regional FCCLA meeting


Maddy Waters and McKinley Waters of the Gallatin FCCLA chapter. They are displaying the Gallatin FCCLA banner on stage during the meeting roll call.

On Oct. 26, more than 650 members, advisors, guests and drivers gathered at the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Liberty for the 2016 Family Career and Community Leaders of America Regional Meeting. Fifty-one of the 75 Gallatin FCCLA chapter members were in attendance.

Before the meeting

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Pattonsburg accepts construction bid, work has begun


Preliminary work has begun on new building construction at Pattonsburg R-2. Electric lines were moved on Tuesday, Nov. 1. [Staff Photo/TLH]

Brian Crawford with McKinstry presented the Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education with construction bids for the building project during their meeting held Oct. 12. The bid of Herner Construction out of St. Joseph was accepted. The base bid was for $1,009,000 and included three alternates. The total bid was

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Four local FFA members earn American Degree

ffa-american-degreesKourtney Bird, Tannah Terry, Daniel Pettit and Dane Brammer of the Gallatin FFA Chapter were awarded the American FFA Degree at the 89th National FFA Convention & Expo Oct. 19-22 in Indianapolis, IN. The award recognizes demonstrated ability and outstanding achievements in agricultural business, production, processing or service programs.

Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to

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Pattonsburg recently announced its first quarter honor roll.

High School — Gold A: 6th grade: Sam Coin; 7th Grade: Quincy Crone, Jillian Plymell.

A Honor Roll: 6th grade: Kason Butler, Katie Chamberlin, Mekenzie Turner; 7th grade: Cole Hodge, Ryelin Hulet, Kaleigh Pankau, Zane Reed; 8th grade: Kaden deJong, Jimmie Nalle, Cooper Teel; 9th Grade: Brittani Adams, Clark Adler, Angelina Anderson, Cody Crabtree, Carter Crone, Dakota Eaton, Kaden Hodge, Madison Hulett, Hannah McDaniel, Shelby Snider, Zachary Studer, Grace Warner;

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MAP scores released for county schools

Data released Sept. 29 by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) shows how Daviess County Schools are faring compared to the rest of the state.

The scores are based on the standardized tests the students finished in May. The test shows student proficiency scores in English, mathematics, science, and social studies.

Scores for county students reflecting English proficiency on the 2016 Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) for Top

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Winston finances approved, bus money arrives

Winston R-6 Superintendent Brian Robinson reported that this year is the second year in a row the district has been able to maintain fund balances while increasing salaries, improving facilities, and replacing busses.

The Winston Board of Education heard at their meeting held Oct. 17 that the finance department at the Department of Elementary and Second Education (DESE) issued an approval letter for Winston’s 2015-2016 Annual Secretary of Board Report.

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Winston R-6 approves sale of $4,100,000 lease financing

The Board of Education of the Winston R-VI School District has approved the sale of $4,100,000 Lease Certificates of Participation to its Municipal Bond Underwriter, L.J. Hart & Company of St. Louis, Missouri. These new money lease certificates were approved by the voters at the April 5, 2016 election, for the construction, equipping, and furnishing of additional classrooms and to complete other remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities

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