Events for the week of April 25 to 30

Posted April 23, 2016 at 1:00 pm


• Maryville High V Golf at LeBlond Tourney

• Northeast Nodaway 3rd/4th Field Trip to Squaw Creek

• Jefferson JH/HS Art Club, 3 pm

• West Nodaway 3rd-5th TEAM Leather Stamping, 3:15 pm

• Maryville High Track at Savannah, 4 pm

• Platte Valley, St. Gregory’s JH Track at SJC, 4 pm

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    South Nodaway BOE

    South Nodaway

    The South Nodaway Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on April 13 to handle the following school district business:

    The election results were approved with David Klamm, a new member ,and Debbie Bennett, returning board member, both being sworn in. The board was reorganized with Chris LaMaster, president, and Debbie Bennett, vice president. Rick Holtman was selected as MSBA representative.

    Retirements were accepted from Nancy

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    NH give Lit Festival trip highlights

    For the 18th year, Nodaway-Holt students in grades five through nine attended the children’s literature festival at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg. They were front: Kylin Manning, Clay Hanson, Isaac Johnson, Kloe Jenkins, Alexis Maurer; middle: Wyatt Wakely, Sarah Noble, Amanda Bohannon, Kayelyn Edmondson, Emma Bohannon; back: Tarik Barnard, Ian Sloniker, Samantha Robison, Sydney Billings, Breanna Day, Jaden Messner, Michael Abrams, Tillie Stanton, Chloe Abrams, Jasmine Parker, Rebecca Johnson, Tessa Stelle and Payton Walker. Not pictured is Krista Hart.

    North Nodaway BOE

    North Nodaway

    The North Nodaway School Board of Education met April 13 to reorganize and discuss a multitude of issues.

    During the special session board reorganization open meeting, the board swore in two members, Jerime Bix and Kane Oberhauser and appointed Oberhauser as board president and Bix as vice-president. Tony O’Riley was appointed to serve as the MSBA delegate with Greg Frueh as the MSBA alternate delegate.

    After the approval

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    Legion makes donation to SN After Prom

    The O’Howell Strader Post 102 American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary hosted a breakfast March 5 in Barnard. South Nodaway juniors and seniors assisted in preparing and serving the breakfast and all proceeds were donated to South Nodaway After Prom. In total, $182 was donated that day and the American Legion and Auxiliary added an additional donation to make a total of $200 donated. Marvin Harper from the American Legion recently presented the check to South Nodaway After Prom Chairperson Julie McConkey.


    Rotary presents hearing testing device

    Maryville Rotary Club presented a diagnostic audiometer to Horace Mann Laboratory School, Maryville. School nurse Cara Shell tells the students during the presentation the importance of protecting their hearing while Maryville Rotarian Tye Parsons delivers supporting information. The testing device will be used in the fall of each school year. Maryville Rotary garnered a district supplied grant through the organization amounting to nearly $1,000 for the donation.


    Maryville students succeed at Math Olympiad event

     This year’s sophomore Math Olympiad group from Maryville High School did the best that the team has ever done under the supervision of Tricia Knowles.

    The event was held March 17 at Northwest.

    Individually, Chad Sullivan placed second, Jacob Search placed seventh and Caleb Feuerbacher, Maddie Holtman and Delanie Vinzant tied for 13th place out of the 101 sophomores who took the individual test.

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    Kelly Filips advances to MSHSAA state, Hannah Townsend advances to speech & debate nationals

    A busy March season found many speech and debate students in the “almost” position. However, Kelly Filips placed second in storytelling at the MSHSAA District Tournament held at Liberty North High School on March 18-19. After advancing to the final round of seven, the top three competitors advanced to State competition. Kelly also made the final round in Humorous, but finished fourth. Kelly will travel to Springfield on April 22-23 for State competition.

    Six students traveled to William Jewell College on April 5 for

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    Erickson, McConkey receive state academic honors

     Maryville High School senior Lukas Erickson and South Nodaway High School senior Michael McConkey were both honored in the 2016 Missouri Scholars 100 program.

    Erickson was selected as one of the 100 scholars, while McConkey received an honorable mention. This is a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the 2016 graduating class. Erickson’s announcement was made by Thom Alvarez, MHS principal, while McConkey’s was made by Darbi Bauman, SN principal.

    Erickson is

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