Maryville BOE

Posted June 24, 2016 at 1:00 pm

Maryville

Maryville R-II Board of Education met June 15 to address the following business:

The school board voted to raise the salaries of certified employees for the 2016-2017 school year. They decided to add $200 to the base salary and approve all staff salary scale moves. There will be a 7¢ raise per hour for all support staff. All the salary changes totaled $209,575 in additional expense.

The teacher requirement to complete five graduate credits or five professional development hours to advance on the vertical pay scale was abolished. Certified employees may now count one year of employment as one year toward vertical advancement. DESE professional requirements still remain.

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    MHS seniors participate in MU’s Mini Medical School

    Caleb Liles, Maggie Kempf and Felicia Sheil, Maryville High School seniors, were among 112 students selected to participate in the 18th annual University of Missouri School of Medicine’s High School Mini Medical School. During the one-week session in June, they will be involved with medical-school style curriculum, including problem-based learning. They will be participate in sessions with clinical and research specialists, hands-on experience in anatomy, microbiology and clinical skills.

    Northeast Nodaway BOE

    Northeast Nodaway

     Northeast Nodaway R-V Board of Education met on June 16 in open and closed sessions to handle the following school district business:

    NEN is going to enclose the area from the ag building to the east side of the main building. This will give them a secure entrance. The board approved the bid from P & C Construction, Maryville, for the project. Construction is planned to start this summer,

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    Nodaway Holt BOE

    Nodaway Holt

    Nodaway-Holt R-VII board of education met June 16 to conduct business.

    An alumni couple requested to have their wedding performed on the school’s football field. The board approved the request.

    Superintendent Karma Coleman took board members on a tour of the school to see updates. The bleachers in the gym have been cleaned and the football bleachers outside have been painted. They visited the new shop classroom. All

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    HM completes year with musical

    Horace Mann Laboratory School on the Northwest Missouri State University campus finished out the school year with the musical, “Sing Me a Story,” conceived by fifth and sixth graders. The story line incorporated songs performed by all of the classes and the Bearcat Choir. The finale saw all of the students on stage.

    West Nodaway BOE

    West Nodaway

    West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and two closed sessions on June 8 to discuss and handle the following school district business:

    Shannon Nolte, superintendent, has met with pastors from area churches in the West Nodaway Ministerial Alliance about using the school, after hours, as a meeting spot for a new youth and young adult ministry group. He explained that as a community group, the church group could use the school after hours.

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    Maryville students participate in Reagan Debates

    Two Maryville students participated in the Reagan Debates this spring at Truman High School, Independence.

    Makaylah Jones and Delanie Vinzant competed and made the top eight, which allowed them to return the second day and debate at the Truman Library. They did not advance to the semifinal round, but they received awards for advancing to quarterfinals. They also received invitations to compete in the online version of the Great Communicator Debates. Winners from the midwest area included Alex Millard

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