FUMC Children and youth activities will follow the Maryville R2 school policy. If they are not having school, our activities will be cancelled as well. All other FUMC and 3rd party activities will be up to the leaders of their groups. Please let the church office know if you will be cancelling your activity.
UMW Luncheon scheduled for Thursday, March 19th has been cancelled.
Until further notice ChOW will be served curbside only. This week’s meal is Ham & Beans with cornbread. There will be no desserts or fruit offered with the meal. Please pull up to the NW Gathering Space entry doors and your order will be received and given there. We know this is an inconvenience, but
Maryville R-II and St. Gregory Schools will be closed Monday. More information expected after meeting with area schools and medical experts on Monday. There will be no Vo-Tech for Northeast Nodaway students. Vo-Tech students will need to be at school by 10:50 am. There will be no Vo-Tech for West Nodaway students. NTS students report
RE: COVID-19 Coronavirus March 15, 2020 Dear Jefferson C-123 Parents, Staff, and Community: The Coronavirus, COVID-19, situation has changed very quickly in the past few days. The safety of our students, staff, and community is a priority of the Jefferson C-123 School District. We continue to monitor communication with local and state public health officials,
St. Gregory Kindergarten FACTS Night for Tuesday, March 17 is postponed. New date to be announced.
SN students will not attend Vo-Tech this week. Please be at school by 11 am. Proposition C.A.R.E. Bond Election Informational meeting for Wednesday, March 18 has been cancelled. The 8th grade Vo-Tech Tour for Wednesday, March 18 is cancelled. The 2nd/3rd grade field trip for Friday, March 20 is cancelled. The Music Contest for the
Maryville R-II is using a common sense but still cautious approach in response to the rapidly evolving Covid-19 situation. On a national, state, and local level, an abundance of caution is being used to “flatten the curve” of the spread of Covid 19. Throughout the country, events that bring large groups of people together are
In the wake of the federal government and the state of Missouri declaring states of emergencies today, Northwest Missouri State University is moving all classes to an online-only format, beginning Monday, March 23, to help protect the health and safety of its students and employees from the spread of COVID-19. Classes already being delivered in