The Putnam County FCCLA competed at State STAR (Students Taking Action for Recognition) Events held in Osage Beach, MO with much success. The Putnam County FCCLA had seven members who created various projects for judging. Students developed a range of items including research portfolios, presentation boards, and oral presentations. The State STAR events were held in conjunction with the FCCLA State Leadership Conference. Therefore, students also benefited from conferences lead by FCCLA’s state officers and other inspirational speakers. Putnam County students received awards at state and are as follows: Gold - Stop the Violence: Chloe T., Madison S., and Sydney T. - State Winner & National Qualifier Gold - Career Investigation: Stephanie S. - State Winner & National . . .
Interact is hosting a sock and shoe drive in cooperation with Shoes for Orphan Souls , who will eventually collect shoes from all around the country to send to orphans in Guatemala and Kenya. These shoes will help stave off easily preventable diseases and injuries. A contest is being held between 5th period classrooms for the chance to win an ice cream party. Please bring in BRAND NEW socks and shoes, as Shoes for Orphan Souls will not accept used items. 1 pair of socks = 2 points 1 pair . . .
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Mark your Calendar!! Once again the Fine Arts department of Putnam County R-1 is coming together to bring entertainment and a quality meal to their patrons. Dinner will be served in the gymnasium as the choir and bands perform a variety of selections for your listening pleasure. This year the menu will include: pork loin, green beans, baked potatoes with the fixings, homemade rolls, several types of desserts, and a choice of drink. This fine meal will be served to you by the students of the music ensembles. We will have an auction with a limited amount of desserts during the “Evening with the Arts.” Special pies, cakes, cheese cakes, and cinnamon rolls will be auctioned off. All Proceeds go directly to the students! Seating this year is first-come, first-serve. The cost of . . .
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S.T.E.M. is all about science, engineering, math and technology. It's also about the fun of doing rather than just reading or watching. Friday the 31st should be a fun, free night full of activities that teach. The action begins at 5:00 and ends at 7:00, so don't miss out. Here's the partial list of stations that will be set up in the elementary gym: Station Preview: Video Game Design Makey Makey – use fruit to play music on a computer Paper Rockets Water Rockets Giant Bubbles Bristle Bots – make tiny robots to go through a maze Virtual Reality So many more!!! Parents, bring your students for a night of hands-on learning and fun! Over 20 interactive stations for all ages located in the elementary gym. S.T.E.M. Night is sponsored by . . .
You will receive a letter from the school today regarding this unconfirmed case of mumps in one student at PC R-I. 3/21/17 Parents and Staff: An unconfirmed case of mumps has been reported in a person who attends the Putnam County R-I School District. Mumps is caused by a virus and is spread person to person by saliva or mucus, usually when a person coughs, sneezes or talks. Individuals with mumps usually first feel sick with symptoms like headache , loss of appetite and low-grade fever. The most well know symptom of mumps is swelling of the glands below the ear. There is no cure for mumps, only supportive treatment such as bed rest, fluids, and fever reduction until symptoms go away. If you develop symptoms of mumps, please see . . .
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Parents, it’s almost time for Kindergarten and Preschool Enrollment—can you believe how the time is flying? THIS IS MANDATORY ENROLLMENT FOR KINDERGARTEN AND/OR PRESCHOOLERS FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR. I know it seems early, but we need to make preparations for next year, and we need accurate numbers to do so. Kindergarten Enrollment will be March 20th and 21st (Monday and Tuesday) and Preschool Enrollment will be March 23rd and 24th (Thursday and Friday). You can call Mrs. White in the elementary office to schedule your child for these screenings (660-947-3361 ext. 318). I thought it might be helpful to give you a little more information on what to bring and what will happen on that day. On the day of the screening, you will need to bring your . . .
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We'll be interviewing all our senior students as the second half of the year progresses. Check in here to see what they have on their minds as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives. On the left upper corner of the link below is a playlist of the students as they are interviewed. Check in often to see if your favorite is listed!