Let's hear what they have to say.
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. https://www.youtube.com/embed/OoEJG7rwjrE Jordan H, https://www.youtube.com/embed/8-JRgU0-lhw July D. https://www.youtube.com/embed/I3WjF5DsgII Tannder B.
Need something for your crush? Wanna treat yourself or your friends on Valentine’s day ? Buy them cookies and a crush ! FCCLA members will be selling cookies and a crush to all middle and high school students at lunch January 30th - Febuary 7th. Parents may contact Mrs. Stobbe @ 660-947-3361 ext. 359 to purchase. They will be delivered on Valentine’s Day. The cost is $3.00 you will receive a bottle of Crush, in your chosen flavor, and two homemade chocolate chip cookies!
KIRX-JAMCO Honors Calvin
Great news today! Congratulations to PC R-1's Calvin H. of the Midgets Basketball team for receiving the KIRX-JAMCO 2016-2017 Athlete of the Week award.
This is the letter sent home with each student. Putnam County Health Department In Cooperation with The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services 103 N. 18th Street Phone : 660 947-2429 Unionville, MO P. O. Box 354 . . .
Thank you to all PC R-1 students, staff and community members who took the time to donate blood during the annual National Honor Society blood drive in the high school commons on January 17th. The American Red Cross reported that the 48 donors contributed a total of 42 units of blood. This was especially helpful because the Red Cross is currently facing a significant blood shortage and has issued an emergency need for eligible blood and platelet donors. Every donation matters!
This message is to inform you that a case of mumps has been reported in someone who attends Putnam County R-1 Schools. The district does not have, and of course could not provide, detailed information on this person’s condition. However, we have received general information from the Health Department and other sources that can be shared with the public. We understand that parents are concerned about their children's health. According to the information that has been shared with us, mumps is most contagious from one to two days before to to five days after the onset of swelling of the salivary glands. If exposed, symptoms may take 12-25 days to present. It is not necessary to conduct disinfection procedures on school premises. Also, the state no longer advises that non-immunized . . .
Follow a “Day in the Life” of a Senior Student or PC Staff Member
Are you following us on Instagram? If not, now is the time to make sure you are signed up, so you can keep up with happenings around the school on Instagram Fridays beginning February 4th. A different Senior or Staff Member will be taking over our Instagram page each Friday to give followers a virtual peek into a "Day in the Life" at PC R-1. From photos with friends and teachers to short video snippets of band class, science experiments, or lunchtime, it will be a fun way to learn more about the culture and community inside the PC R-1 walls. If you do not have an Instagram account, signing up is easy. Just install the app on your Smartphone or tablet or use the desktop version right on your computer. It's easy to use and 100% free. Go ahead and follow our Instagram page today, so you . . .
Keeping your students safe is our chief concern.
Putnam County R-1 School District has received a number of questions about a student who, according to information provided to the school district, has been diagnosed with meningitis. The district does not have, and of course could not provide, detailed information on the student's condition. However, we have received general information from the Health Department and other sources that can be shared with the public. We understand that parents are concerned about their children's health. According to the information that has been shared with us, the student has a form of meningitis that is not highly communicable. Additionally, the student was diagnosed well after school was dismissed for the winter break. Therefore, it is unlikely that any transmission of the condition would have . . .