Schools

Maryville R-II Office of School Superintendent issues letter to community

Dear Spoofhound Parents, Staff and Community: The safety of our students, staff and community is Maryville R-II’s highest priority. I want to assure you that we are taking this evolving health situation very seriously, keeping close communication with local, state, and federal agencies, as well as health organizations. We are monitoring websites such as the

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Northwest postponing in-person classes until March 23 due to coronavirus

Northwest Missouri State University announced it is postponing the resumption of in-person classes to protect the health and safety of its students and employees from the spread of COVID-19. Northwest President Dr. John Jasinski informed the campus community, through an email, that classes at its Maryville and Northwest-Kansas City locations will resume Monday, March 23. Students

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West Nodaway BOE

The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and two closed sessions on February 12 to handle the following school district business. In closed session, the board approved the hiring of Valerie Cowden as elementary secretary for the 2020-21 school year at $13.97 per hour. Melissa Cook’s resignation as 2019-20 varsity basketball cheer

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Three Schools Crown Winter Sports Royalty

Northeast Nodaway High School crowned their Homecoming king and queen in a candlelight ceremony on February 13. Senior Mitchell Sherry, son of Martin and Tina Sherry, was crowned king, while Brea Miller, daughter of Carl and Karen Miller and Jackie Olson, was crowned queen. PV Celebrates a Valentine’s Homecoming Seniors Chase Farnan and Ashley Mattson

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Citizen Bank presents funds to West Nodaway School

Connie Hall of Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Burlington Jct., presented check for $2,594.85 to West Nodaway Superintendent Shannon Nolte at the February 12 board of education meeting. The funds were from the bank’s two Rocket debit card programs. Hall discussed the bank’s willingness to work with the school and students. She mentioned projects which

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St. Gregory students tie blankets As part of Catholic Schools Week, kindergarten and second graders at St. Gregory Barbarigo School made 10 blankets to donate to the Department of Family Services in Nodaway County. Tying the fleece pieces together are Raelyn Moore, Anna Jordan, Dinah Lance and Kody Gockel. Raelyn and Kody are second graders

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NTS provides career and technical education

  The Northwest Technical School, located at 1515 South Munn, Maryville, shapes the future with career and technical education offered to high school and adult students. Classes offered include agriculture, automotive technology, building trades technology, business technology, teaching professions, collision repair, culinary arts, health science technology and welding and fabrication. NTS is an A+ approved

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County’s schools finally reach 100 days of instruction

After school cancellations for inclement weather conditions, Nodaway County schools reached the 100th-day milestone in the school year. On February 4, it was Jefferson, Nodaway-Holt, North Nodaway, Northeast Nodaway and St. Gregory Barbarigo School. On February 7, Eugene Field Elementary celebrated. February 10 was the date for South Nodaway and West Nodaway wrapped up on

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https://bearcatsports.com/news/2020/2/11/general-miaa-basketball-tourney-tickets-available-on-campus.aspx Tickets for the 2020 MIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships presented by Citizens Bank & Trust are available for purchase on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. Fans can purchase tickets at Cashiering in the Administration Building (in-person and via phone at 660-562-1212) that will allow them to sit in the Bearcat fan block seating at

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