Events for the week of May 18 – 22

Posted May 15, 2015 at 3:08 pm


• Maryville EFE/MMS last day of school, early dismissal

• Maryville MMS 5th grade field day

• Nodaway-Holt 3rd grade field trip

• Nodaway-Holt MAP Reward Cookout

• North Nodaway Elementary last day of school, dismissal 12:45 pm

• St. Gregory’s 6th grade Book Parade, gym 8:30 am

• West Nodaway

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    Four Northwest Technical School FBLA students qualify for nationals

     The Northwest Technical School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter attended state conference and four students qualified for nationals.

    FBLA contest provides students that are interested in business the chance to compete and network with other people. Several tests are available for the students to compete in including individual, team and chapter events.

    In order to attend state FBLA, students first had to qualify by placing at the District 1 FBLA

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    Maryville BOE


    The Maryville School Board of Education held a special closed session meeting May 4 to address the following personnel items:

    Resignations effective at the end of the school year:

    • Jody Renfro, 21st Century Site Director.

    Reassignments for the 2015-16 school year:

    • Melissa Rolf from kindergarten teacher to computer applications teacher at Eugene Field.

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    HM 1st graders find geocaches

    Learning map skills, longitude and latitude, global navigation and GPS systems, Horace Mann Laboratory School first grade students successfully located geocaches on the Northwest Missouri State University campus.

    The first graders are Sunxi Lugo, Taylor McDanel, Allison Day, Nesean Hoilett, Brooklynn Hubbell, Elena Leonard, Owen Wake, Jonah Long, Ellie Parsons, Shawn Mahoney and Cain Bowles. Their teacher, Laura King, had hidden the geocaches to create a fun learning opportunity for the students.


    NH 4th graders receive trees

    The Missouri Department of Conservation gave the Nodaway-Holt fourth grade class White Oak saplings. A part of the class’ curriculum is to identify examples in Missouri where human activity has had a beneficial or harmful effect on other organisms, according to Rita Carroll, elementary principal. The students are excited to have a positive effect on the Missouri ecosystem by planting the trees.

    The students are front: Wyatt Wakely, Blake Bohannon, Trace Barnard; middle: Scott Blanchard, Rylan Murphy,

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    N-H Head Start visits Linville’s farm

    On March 27, the Nodaway-Holt Head Start went to Donna Linville’s farm in Burlington Jct. The children saw many different animals including chickens, turkeys, goats, sheep, cows, llamas, a turken, a pheasant, a peacock, a miniature horse and colt.


    Maryville Public Library receives Golden Milkbone

    Recipient of the Maryville Middle School Golden Milkbone award was the Maryville Public Library. Assistant Director Wilma Henggeler and Executive Board President Dustin Henggeler were present to receive the award on behalf of the library.

    The award is given each month to individuals, organizations or businesses who make a positive impact on the community as well as teachers and students of Maryville Middle School.

    Northeast Nodaway BOE

    Northeast Nodaway

    The Northeast Nodaway School Board of Education met April 16 to address the following:

    Newly elected board members Sheldon Scadden and Katrina McIntyre were sworn in for their three-year terms.

    Kenny Runde was elected board president, Jeff Redden, vice president and Pam Spire, secretary. The following appointments were made: Darrin Adwell, MSBA delegate, and Travis Burns, alternate, McIntyre, CTA liaison, Scadden, park board liaison, Redden, city council liaison,

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  • Light Rain
  • Maryville, MO
  • Temperature: 63°F
  • Wind: SSE at 6 mph
  • Sunrise: 6:54 am GMT-5
  • Sunset: 9:39 pm GMT-5