Lions poster contest winners named

Posted November 28, 2015 at 2:00 pm

Horace Mann student Zeke Morrow and MMS student Mikayla Roush were winners of the Lions Club Peace Poster contest. Their posters will now move onto the district level of competition and both received prizes and a Lions Club Bearcat pin for being named finalists. They were presented their awards from Host Lion members Karen Miller and Larry Wickersham, president.


    NH students hold performance

    Students at Nodaway-Holt held a community performance November 20-21 titled “Larceny & Old Lace.”

    Cast for the performance was front: Sarah Noble, Chloe Abrams, Kaitlynn Grasty, Libby Bailey; second: Rian Anderson, Cassisdy Saxton, Skyler Peter, Maggie Fuhrman, Halle Clement; third: Sidney Leeper, Tillie Stanton, Maddie Clement, Nicole Albertson, Derek Thornton; back: Josh Petersen and Kevin Dodson.

    Maryville BOE


    The Maryville Board of Education met November 18 to address the following:

    The board approved the consent agenda including a fund balance of $15,218,230.61 for the district, food service report, filing dates for board members, program evaluations and added surplus property items.

    Diana Closterman of Westbrook and Company presented the board with the district’s 2014-15 audit which included no issues. The board accepted the audit as presented.

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    South Nodaway BOE

    South Nodaway

    The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed session on November 18 to take care of the following school district business:

    The board unanimously authorized the turn over of scholarship funds to Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri, after the presentation by Mike Thomson.

    The school was interested in the foundation because current low interest rates are causing the scholarships to be depleted. Also by

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    Northeast Nodaway BOE

    Northeast Nodaway

    The Northeast Nodaway School Board of Education met November 19 to address the following:

    After approving the agenda for the November meeting, the board accepted the minutes from the October meeting along with the November bills.

    The following program evaluations were approved: Title I, vocational agriculture, professional development and curriculum.

    The board filing dates were set as December 15 through

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    MMS has fun as Minions

    For the last day of Red Ribbon Week on October 29, the students, staff and administration at Maryville Middle School dressed as Minions and characters from the Despicable Me movies.

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