Demonstrating the rights and duties as a member of a group.
Everyone doing their part is what makes Putnam County a great place to live. Before leaving for the Thanksgiving holiday middle school students honored a community member who they recognize as representing the best aspects of good citizenship. Community winner, Brian Quint, grew up in Putnam County and graduated with the class of 1990. His mother, Linda Quint, was a high school secretary for many years. Brian attended Graceland University where he played college football and was selected All American. After earning a bachelor's degree in Business Administration he returned to Putnam County and has for worked for Farmers Bank, Worthington Ag and is currently employed by Helena. He volunteers his time working with the Putnam County Youth Football program. You'll also see him on the . . . read more
Don't forget to thank the women who feed you!
Things are are little bit different in a rural school. Hunting season is a BIG DEAL. Most people own some camouflage clothing; hey, we've even seen a camo prom dress. Maintenance staff understand about the mud tracked in by kids who do chores before school. Teachers and staff often know students outside of the classroom, whether it's at church or as a grocery store clerk. One of the nicest parts of a small school like ours is how the ladies who feed us also spoil us rotten. Visitors can't believe how extensive our salad bar is every day. On holidays, these hardworking women really pull out all the stops. Whether it's decorating for Halloween or staging a special event for . . . read more
Parents as Teachers of Putnam County will be hosting their Holiday Group Meeting on Monday, December 7 from 5:30 - 6:30 in the Middle School Commons. We will be making Christmas ornaments, singing songs and other holiday activities. Come join the fun with your child during this special time of the year. Everything you make can be taken home and enjoyed during the holidays. Hope to see you there! read more