Teachers from six county schools met September 19 at Northwest Missouri State University to learn new ideas and strategies from one another during a professional development workshop.
Three Nodaway County educators were nominated for the 2016-2017 Regional Teacher of the Year award. Jamie James teaches 9-12 algebra and geometry at Maryville High School. James earned a degree in accounting from Montreat College, Montreat, NC. He went on to receive his alternative teaching certificate from Northwest Missouri State University and a master’s in
Visitors to Nodaway-Holt’s school district will have to be buzzed inside this year. The district installed a video entry system in August. The security program, installed in both school buildings, keeps the outside doors locked at all times. Visitors push a button alerting the secretary to their presence. The secretary then views a live video
Monday • All Public Schools No School • West Nodaway TEAM activity • Maryville High V golf – MEC Tourney at Fairview, 9 am • Jefferson NHS meeting, noon • Maryville High V tennis at LeBlond, 4 pm • Maryville High C/JV football vs Cameron, 5 pm • Maryville High V soccer at Lafayette, 5
The Northeast Nodaway Board of Education met on August 18 to set the tax levy and conduct the following business: •Northeast Nodaway’s assessed value increased by $175,250. Board members set the 2016-2017 tax levy at $5.8566 per $100 of assessed value. •The ag enclosure is almost complete. The wiring, drywall and installation are finished. •Heidi
Maryville R-II school board met August 17 to conduct the following business: •The district’s assessed evaluation dropped 1.4 percent. The 2016-2017 tax levy was set at $5.0791 per $100 assessed value, dropping approximately a nickel from last year. •Non-resident tuition was set at $9,800 per student. •St. Gregory’s will pay $450.28 per student for transportation
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on August 17 to handle the following business: The tax rate was set at $4.7195 per $100 assessed valuation, with $4.1295 going toward the operating fund and 59¢ toward the debt service fund. The 2016-17 tuition rates were set. The tuition for
St. Gregory’s hosted its second annual school nutrition program employee training at the school. Under current state regulations, all food service personnel must have six hours of continuing education every year. Thirty-four people from 12 schools attended the seminar. The program included knife skills training by Marci Behrens, Northwest Technical School, administrative review preparation by
North Nodaway personnel surveyed the bus fleet and revved up maintenance before school starts. Drivers brought the buses to Parson’s Tire, Maryville, to be inspected before beginning their bus routes on August 18. Parson’s eight-year veteran mechanic, Travis Foreman, looks under the hood to check belts. Save
Twenty-three Northeast Nodaway seventh- to twelfth-grade students attended band camp August 8-13. They will host a practice performance at noon, Saturday, August 13 at the school. Lunch and games will follow.