North Nodaway BOE

Posted September 25, 2015 at 9:51 pm

North Nodaway

The North Nodaway school board met September 15 to discuss the following business:

• Accepted Lauren Fox on the substitute teachers list.

• Approved the bus routes.

• Went into closed session for the topic of personnel.


Superintendent Jim Simmelink gave an update on the bus fleet. He also reviewed the possible building and site improvements and possibly continue the 59¢ debt service if voters approve during the April 2016 election. The board directed Simmelink to compose a list of priorities and cost estimates for the next board meeting.

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    Maryville BOE


    The Maryville School Board of Education met September 16 to address the following:

    The consent agenda was approved as presented including: final balance for all funds as of August 31 was $17,542,264.29, the activity balance was $708,316.96 as of August 31, a 1997 Mercury Sable was added to surplus property and the list of students living within the one-mile radius of the school house door that have been granted an exception to ride the bus.

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    Events for the week of 9/28 to 10/3


    • Maryville No School

    • Maryville High V Girls Golf – Districts at Mozingo, 8:30 am

    • Maryville High V Girls Tennis – Districts begin at St. Joseph Noyes, 8:30 am

    • Jefferson JH/HS Art Club, 3

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    NH Elementary commemorates Patriot Day

    Most of the students at Nodaway-Holt Elementary wore red, white and blue and did classroom activities to commemorate the 14th anniversary of 9/11 and Patriot Day.

    Jill Hooker’s third grade class is front: Brandon Bailey, Jackson Culp, Courtney Woods, Tara Erb, Cameron Hendrix, Paige Hanson, Alia Flinn; back: Dalton Maupin, Donovan Bammer, Parker Clement, Malaki Parkhurst, Dillon Russell, Preston Jenkins and Hope Scranton.

    Preston and his sister,

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    West Nodaway BOE

    West Nodaway

    The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on September 9 to discuss and act on the following school district business:

    The meeting began with Shannon Nolte’s superintendent introduction of new staff. This was followed by the school board members’ self introduction and welcoming of the new staff.

    Nolte reported that the school district has signed off on the final paperwork with CTS

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    Geography with Goudge

    The Bearcat Volleyball team is off to a 6-2 start this season. The per capita production of Division II volleyball players is greatest in the Midwest with Nebraska leading all states. Concordia-St. Paul in Minnesota has won seven of the last eight NCAA Division II titles. Hawaii and Alaska are also leading producers. Prior to Concordia’s run, Hawaii schools won four titles in five years. There are 311 Division II women’s volleyball programs resulting in 4,528 players. Less than five percent of women’s college volleyball players

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    Local FFA member Livengood selected as member of National FFA Band

     Levi Livengood, a member of the West Nodaway FFA chapter in Burlington Jct., will be on stage and in the spotlight October 28-31 during the 2015 National FFA Convention and Expo in Louisville, KY.

    Livengood, a senior and the son of Dana and Julie Livengood, has been selected to play saxophone in the National FFA Band.

    Livengood submitted an audition tape and was selected to help bring full instrumental balance to the

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    Tri-State Ford teams with community to raise money for North Nodaway

     Tri State Ford, Maryville, is bringing Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program to the Hopkins community in an effort to raise up to $6,000 for North Nodaway High School.

    For every person who takes the wheel and test-drives a new Ford vehicle at North Nodaway High School on Saturday, September 12, Tri State Ford and Ford Motor Company will help donate $20 to North Nodaway High School. The funds will various upgrades to the outdated gymnasium. The school is hoping to raise enough

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