Maryville BOE

Posted April 4, 2014 at 3:31 pm


The Maryville school board of education met March 18:

After approval of the February meeting minutes and the agenda for the month of March, the board approved the consent agenda which included the February food service report, MSBA full maintenance service agreement, cooperative sponsorship between Maryville R-II and St. Gregory’s for boys 11-man football and boys wrestling and an agreement between Maryville board of education and Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired for service to be provided for two hours per week of direct orientation and mobility services.

After a public hearing on the 2014-15 school year calendar, the board approved the calendar as presented with no input during the hearing.

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    NH FCCLA members to represent region 1

    Two Nodaway-Holt FCCLA chapter members, Maggie Fuhrman and Brandon Newton, were chosen to serve on the 2014-15 FCCLA Region 1 Regional Executive Council. Newton, a sophomore and son of Butch and Sheryl Newton, was chosen as vice president of community service, and Fuhrman, a freshman and daughter of Jim Fuhrman and Kimberly Schaeffer, was chosen as vice president of special events. The two were installed into office on March 5 at the Region 1 Installation Banquet held in Eagleville.

    North Nodaway BOE

    North Nodaway

    The North Nodaway Board of Education met March 19:

    Jackie Spainhower, Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments, Maryville, presented the hazardous mitigation plan for the school district which is required by FEMA. The board approved.

    Jim Simmelink, superintendent, discussed the district’s new baseball conference. He reported that the conference does not currently have a president but should have one in the future. Motion was passed to accept invitation

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    SN completes ‘No Place For Hate’ campaign

    One thing leads to another, as evidenced by the No Place For Hate® (NPFH) campaign, South Nodaway has completed as an out-growth of the Greater Southern Nodaway County Community Foundation Week of Diversity.

    The October diversity week, organized by Senior Darell Hawley, featured speakers and activities to broaden SN students perceptions. One of the speakers was Tabari Coleman, Anti-Defamation League (ADL) training facilitator, St. Louis. He introduced the students to the No Place for Hate®, nationwide campaign.

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    NTS students perform for elementary

    The Northwest Technical School National Honor Society students performed for the after school program at Eugene Field March 7 for a project. The NHS students taught the elementary students about respecting people despite their differences in appearances and opinion.

    Events for the week of March 31 – April 5


    • Maryville EFE first grade Book Its due

    • Maryville HS JV/V baseball against Benton 4:30 pm

    • Maryville F baseball at Lafayette 4:30 pm

    • Nodaway-Holt State STAR events at Columbia

    • NEN, St. Greg’s JH track at Worth Co 3:30 pm

    • St. Gregory’s book fair through March 31

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    Northeast Nodaway BOE

    Northeast Nodaway

    The Northeast Nodaway school board of education met March 20 to address the following:

    After approving the minutes for the February meeting, the board approved the bills sheet for the month of March.

    Mowing bids from Colby Wiederholt were approved at $80 per time for the upcoming school year.

    Superintendent Dr. Jeff Mehlenbacher and board president Kenny Runde recgonized students

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    Nodaway-Holt BOE


    The Nodaway-Holt Board of Education met on March 17:

    After discussion and recommendations, the board accepted several board policy revisions including EBCA and DB. Board policy JECB was rescinded as its provisions are now part of JECA.

    The board also approved Mike Rosenbohm, board member, to be a candidate for the Missouri School Board Association Regional Executive Committee Chair. This nomination will be voted on at the regional MSBA

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    Newlyweds with local roots receive Pope Francis’ marriage blessing

    In what could be only described as a movie-type honeymoon, Maryville native Michael Jelavich and his new wife, Amanda, have quite a story that ended with their marriage being blessed by Pope Francis during their stay in the Vatican in Rome.

    The St. Louis couple was married October 5, 2013, but waited until earlier this month for their week-long stay in Rome in their Europe honeymoon. Though the trip did not go as planned, everything fell into place, giving

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    No More campaign works to break stereotypes of sexual violence

    No more.

    No more silence. No more violence.

    “The No More campaign focuses on sexual violence,” Court and Victim Advocate Meghann Kosman with the Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri said. “It really addresses the stereotypes of sexual violence and the things that victims go through.”

    During the month of April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Kosman said the CFC will

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