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Pattonsburg hires all teachers on the list

Work continues on the new addition to the Pattonsburg school.

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education hired all tenured teachers, non-tenured teachers, and part-time certified employees on the list provided them during their meeting held March 20. A motion carried (4-3) to offer a contract to Cody Jenkins, physical education teacher. Resignations were accepted from Kristen Etherton, counselor, and Jon Sullivan, high school English teacher.

High School Principal Hodge and

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Winston students listed on honor roll

Winston High School recently announced its third quarter honor rolls.

A Honor Roll

Seniors: Gillian Heldenbrand, Monica Whitaker, Ashley Gadberry, Dalton Youtsey, Craig Lewis, Josie McFee, Riley Christensen.

Juniors: Ashley Noel, Chandler Asher.

Sophomores: Connor Christensen, Jacob Lewis, Shelby Mason, Elijah Vaughn, Emily Perry, Steven Youtsey, Thomas Gadd, Brooke Heldenbrand, Ross Nelson, Merynda Schussler, Carson Meek.

Freshmen: Holly Caldwell, Gabriel Riddle.

8th Grade: Marshall Farrell, Mollie Meek, Jakub Hisel, Teagan

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In victory, Johnson twice approaches career best pole vault mark

Despite rain and gloomy weather conditions, Gallatin track athletes were able to start the season on schedule with three meets in the span of four days.

Topping the list of place finishers for the Bulldogs was Tanner Johnson, who immediately found the winning formula in the pole vault at the March 28 North Platte Invitational. Johnson, who qualified for last year’s state meet in Jefferson City, also vaulted 12’6” last

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Rain messes with Bulldog golfers’ winning ways

So far, Gallatin golfers are batting .500 for the 2017 season. Not in wins, but in the number of meets they have actually been able to get in around suddenly frequent rain showers.

The Bulldogs hit the links last Thursday at Bethany and that meet was sandwiched between rain outs on Wednesday and again on Monday. GHS golfers hope to get back into action Thursday as part of a foursome

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Gallatin musicians compete at district, advance to state

Gallatin High School had 32 participants in the District Solo and Ensemble Music Festival held at Central High School in St. Joseph on April 1, 2017.

The following students earned an Exemplary One-Rating and will be advancing to state for solos: Emily Condie, trumpet; Maelea Coulson, flute; Taylor Harper, flute; Sarabeth Michael, flute, Jade Wayne, clarinet, Jacob Wilson, trumpet; vocal solos — Emily Andersen, Blythe Hunter, Destiny Owings, Meredith Riley,

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Gallatin FBLA places 32 in Top 10 and advance 18 to Nationals in Anaheim!

Forty-five Gallatin FBLA members joined nearly 5,000 students from across the state in Springfield, Missouri for the Missouri FBLA State Leadership Conference April 1-4.  The students’ main focus was competitive events where they could earn the right to compete at the National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, California.  Events range from Accounting I to Website Design, with Economics, Public Speaking, and Social Media mixed in between.  Overall, FBLA is

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Meals on Wheels fundraiser collects over $1,400

Gallatin FBLA members and sponsor Barb Holcomb were on hand March 24 to serve hamburgers, chips and cookies to community members who attended the BTC Bank-FBLA fundraiser for Meals on Wheels. Rain moved the fun inside the bank, but BTC employees still braved the weather to get the meat grilled. The fundraiser collected over $1,400 for the Meals on Wheels program, according to Deanna Lewis, director of the Active Aging

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Comparing school tax levies

Next Tuesday patrons of Gallatin R-5 School District will vote on a proposed 90-cent increase for its educational operations. School officials say this is the first direct tax levy increase request since 1993.

The following table provides a comparison of tax levies from schools located throuthout Northwest Missouri. Gallatin’s school  is shown twice, with the 90-cent tax request included and also where the school presently ranks.

Newtown-Harris R-III $6.5568 $0.0000
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Cameron Terry recognized by GRTS

Cameron Terry

Sixteen students from Grand River Technical School (GRTS), including Gallatin High School student Cameron Terry in Auto Service Technology, have been recognized as “Students of the Quarter” for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 school year.

GRTS instructors selected Cameron for this honor based on the following criteria: outstanding work ethic, excellent attendance, good manners, and superior grades.

Cameron will receive a certificate of excellence, a specially-designed sweatshirt

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