The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed sessions to handle the following school district business. The first order of business was to reorganize the board after the April 2 election. The non-election results were accepted. Returning board members Debbie Bennett and David Klamm were sworn in. Macia Kemper was selected
Missouri FFA is 25,375 members strong – the sixth highest state membership in the nation. Students received recognition for outstanding achievements in agriculture education at the 91st annual Missouri FFA Convention April 25 and 26. From food production to agriculture sales to livestock evaluation and more, FFA students received comprehensive agriculture education and were honored
The Northeast Nodaway board of education met April 15 to take action of the school’s business. • Received a bid from Kaw Valley Engineering, Kansas City, regarding the improvements to the baseball field and track. They bid $16,400 for design and $2,800 for construction administration and $450 for permits. A special board meeting will be
The Northeast Nodaway chemistry class recently competed in the Missouri Western State University Chemathon in the small school individual and team competition. Taking first place was the team of Nathan Schieber, Mitchell Sherry, Ethan Adwell and Reed McIntyre. In the individual competition, Schieber finished in fifth place and Adwell finished in sixth.
The Maryville school board met on April 15 to survey the April 2 election results and handle the business of the school district. After the student showcase about the EXPO program, presented by Michelle Corson, instructor, and Connor Blackford, student, the canvass of the non-election was approved and the swearing in of Josh McKim and
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed session on April 15 to discuss the following school district business. The board was reorganized after the April 2 election, with returning board members Jerime Bix and Kane Oberhauser being sworn in. Bix is president and Jason Thompson was selected as vice president.
Northeast Nodaway will have Luke Cox as its high school principal next school year. Cox, a Tarkio native, was approved by the school board last week. He has a bachelor of science in social science and a master of science in educational leadership from Northwest Missouri State. Currently, he is education director, athletic director and
The school board of Jefferson School District had two meetings within six days to finalize several key issues. During the April 16 meeting, Board Secretary Emmy Brown swore in Veronica Luke and Sherry Redden to serve three-year terms. Officers were also elected. The president will be Laura Galbraith, vice president will be Jeff Farnan, Jane
The Nodaway-Holt school board reorganized for the coming year on April 10. After the oath of office was given to Michael Rosenbohm and Haily Randall, Rosenbohm was elected president and Kenny Shewey as vice president. Other officers selected were Adrean Plummer, treasurer; Beverly Shifflett, secretary; Jim Fuhrman, delegate. Shifflett presented a plaque to Joe Day
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on April 10 to handle the following school district business. The board underwent re-organization to reflect the outcome of the April 2 election. Board Secretary Cheryl Atkins swore in two new board members, Scott Conn and James Graham. Amanda Walker is returning