MHS Hounds Howling City hosts elementary children

Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:35 pm

Maryville High athletes, as members of the Hounds Howling City, and some parents held a gingerbread house construction party for the children of the GO After School program.

    West Nodaway BOE

    West Nodaway

    The West Nodaway Board of Education met on December 10 to handle the following school district business:

    The WN board worked on options to heat and cool the elementary building. The evening started with a presentation by Jeremy Proctor, representing Ellison-Auxier Architects, on two different heating and cooling systems, VRF (Variable Refrigeration Flow) and a geothermal option.

    Proctor provided the board with estimates of probable costs, which he

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    Eugene Field students perform two Thanksgiving plays

    Third graders in Kenneth Hamilton’s class at Eugene Field put together two plays, “The First Thanksgiving” and “Timmy the Turkey,” for parents November 25.

    With the help of several parents, including Anna Teale and Amy Flohr, the class created their own costumes and set.

    Hamilton talked with students and parents after the play during a thanksgiving snack in his classroom.

    Events for the week of December 15 – 20


    • Jefferson JH/HS Bands and Choirs Winter Concert, 6:30 pm

    • Maryville EFE Spoofhound Time

    • Maryville EFE 1st grade concert of winter and holiday songs, 6 pm

    • Maryville MMS 8th grade basketball girls/boys against

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    Northeast Nodaway holds community meeting regarding April 2015 ballot issue

     A community meeting was held December 8 at the Northeast Nodaway gymnasium to inform patrons of the April 2015 ballot issue to hold a no tax increase bond issue that would be used to make improvements and additions to the building.

    Northeast Nodaway Superintendent Jeff Mehlenbacher discusses how district finances have grown over the last six years to put the district in a good position to fund a building expansion with the help of a no tax increase bond. He

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    South Nodaway celebrates Thanksgiving

    For the second year, South Nodaway R-IV carried on the tradition of the all-school Thanksgiving Dinner on November 19. All the students gathered in the gym to eat the meal prepared by the school cooks.


    Book week brings smiles

     Continuing a tradition, that has been going on for more than 20 years, Jefferson C-123 celebrated Children’s Book Week with activities to get the students excited about reading.

    As far as Sue Swinford, school librarian, is aware, Children’s Book Week is unique to Jefferson. Because of the library sleepover on Friday night, it is something the elementary students are excited about at the beginning of the school year.

    This year’s theme was

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