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FFA Trapshooting

The Putnam County FFA Trapshooting team recently completed its season of shooting.   This year’s team was selected with several  interested members each shooting 4 rounds for score at the local range.  After this was done, the scores were added up and the top 5 shooters comprised the A team and the next 5 made up the B team.  This year’s team is:  A team- Kalab S, Cody V, Mason H, Joe F, and Lucas H.  The  B Team was: Lane M, Garret M, Cody C, Aaron S, and Bryce M.   Team alternte was Max K     In preparing for the Area trap shoot, all  members of the Putnam County squad competed in the Schuyler County FFA trap shoot at Bosco’s Gun Club in Lancaster, on Saturday, Sept 2nd, 2017.  The A team shot 208 out of 250 and the B team shot . . .

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Putnam County FCCLA attends Regional Meeting

Twenty five students from the Putnam County FCCLA chapter attended the Regional 3 meeting on Thursday, October 12 th 2017 in Moberly, MO. The theme of the regional conference was, “Anchor your Ambitions with FCCLA.” Members listened to a motivational speaker, discussed regional information for the year, and competed in various contests against other FCCLA’s in the Northeast region in areas such as name tag and banner. The Putnam County FCCLA won 1st place in the chapter name tag category. The Putnam County FCCLA also committed to donate $100 to the Ketchum family as a part of our regional service project.

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Story Time

Students in 6th grade Art class are learning how to play the roles of author and illustrator. After reading and learning about children's storybooks, students began to create their own. Students incorporated what they have learned in English Language Arts to create a book with a theme, proper spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Students also worked on using a thesaurus to add some pizzazz to their sentences. Once the storybooks are complete,  the 6th grade students will be get to read their stories to PK and Kindergarten classes!

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6th Grade Math

Sixth grade math students are working hard at mastering operations with fractions and decimals.  They are conquering adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions as well as decimals.  Our next adventure will be to work on simplifying algebraic expressions.  Encourage the students to embrace the "x" and all variables as we dive into the initial stages of algebra! 

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Freshman Fundraiser

Sales run October 16 - 30

It’s that time of year for the ever popular Freshmen fundraiser. As always, the selections for this year won’t disappoint!  Not the traditional style of PC gear, this year the Freshmen class is offering a few items that have a vintage/retro look that’s trending in the fashion world as well as some updates and new items! Get your groove on with a great retro design featuring our alma mater on a ringer t-shirt. Also, our one and only hoodie has that distressed, vintage feel that will look great on anyone.   The holiday shirt has been updated! This year we are featuring a rhinestone pumpkin; notice the great stem detail!? Also, for those who may love the style of shirt and want to extend the time for wear, we have an owl design suitable for any season. Staying true with the class’ idea . . .

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

Thursday, October 19th

Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, October 19th, beginning at 1:00 p.m.  Please stop in so we can discuss your child's reading progress.  My room is located at the top of the elementary school ramp, last door on the right before you enter the high school.  If October 19th does not work for you, please feel free to contact me so we can schedule a more convenient date and time for you.  My phone number at school is 660-947-2494, extension 326.  Remember that this conference is very important and can help enhance your child's learning.

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Let's Race!!!

A  huge thank you  goes to Mrs. Klinginsmith for graciously inviting our kindergarten class to join her Freshman class in creating edible race cars!  The final products were judged on dietary content (less fattening/calories) and aesthetic appearance followed by the high schoolers taking turns to race their creations while being timed.  The kindergarteners certainly enjoyed this fun learning experience!

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