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Peter Pan Appearance Announced

🚨Attention High School Students! Peter Pan is coming to Unionville! 🎬The Putnam County High School Drama Department will present Peter Pan: A Two-act Play Adaptation of the Novel by J.M. Barrie on November 2nd. 🎬Auditions for grades 10-12 will be held on August 23rd and 24th. 🎬A script sample will be provided on Monday, August 20th. 🎬Tryouts will be held before and after school. Breakfast will be provided during the morning auditions. 🎬9th graders can sign up for technical theatre (Makeup💄, hair, lights💡, sound🔊, costumes🎭, set design, stage management, painting🖌🎨). 🎬Practices will be in the evenings and some mornings up until the play performance on November 2nd; please have proper transportation in place. 🚗 #dramaclub #lightscameraaction #putnamproud #itsbetteratputnam . . .

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FBLA is Back! Collaborate and Cool Off with Ice Cream and Pool Event!

Mark your calendars  :-) On July 26th, from 6pm to 8pm, all Putnam County High School students interested in joining FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), meet at the Unionville City Park for some FREE ice cream.  Hang out with your friends, swim at the pool (bring $3) , and most important, bring ideas on how to revive the Putnam County FBLA Chapter for this next school year.  #FBLA #takingcareofbusiness #itsbetteratputnam #putnamproud

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Keeping 4th Grade Fabulous

Keeping 4th grade fabulous, please give a warm welcome Putnam County alumna and teacher👩🏻‍🏫 Mrs. Beth Williams! Beth was born and raised in Putnam County and graduated👩🏻‍🎓 from PC in 2005. She then married the love of her life, Codie🤵🏻, in July of 2005. Mrs. Williams received a Bachelors of Science degree 👩🏻‍🎓in Criminal Justice Administration in 2010 from Missouri Southern State University. Beth began working as a Paraprofessional for Putnam County in 2013, and decided to get her teaching certificate in 2015 from the American Board of Certified Teaching Excellence. One year later she received her certification.🎯 Mrs. Williams taught last 5th and 6th grade last year at Newtown-Harris. She🤰🏻 and her husband have a 2 year old daughter 👧🏻 and are expecting baby #2👶🏻 in . . .

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Transitioning to Transitional Kindergarten

Please give a warm welcome to our newest Kindergarten teacher👩🏼‍🏫 , Mrs. Dennice Anders! 🤗 Dennice and her husband Steven🤵🏻 live in Unionville and have two children, Karson 🧒🏻and 👧🏻Kyann. Mrs. Anders received her teaching degree through Graceland University in 2007 👩🏼‍🎓with endorsements in special education and reading. After staying home with her children, Dennice then began working at Unionville Head Start as a teachers aide. She worked there for 5 years before taking the leap to Putnam County R-1 where she was a paraprofessional last year. Now Mrs. Anders is anxiously awaiting this school year where she take an even bigger leap to teacher👩🏼‍🏫 of the Transitional Kindergarten! 🧒🏼👧In her spare time, Dennice enjoys reading📚, crocheting (which she just learned . . .

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Junior High Softball Camp

Attention Junior High Softball⚾️ Players: Mark your calendars.📆 It's time to fine tune your skills and teamwork before season starts.🎯 Camp will be July 31 through August 2nd. We will begin camp at 🌞9 am to 11:30 am, with pitchers and catchers staying until noon each day. ⚾️ This camp is free for 6th through 8th grade students. Thank you and see you there! #putnamproud #itsbetteratputnam

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Mizzou Grad Returns to North Missouri to Launch Education Career

Midgets score new Third Grade teacher from Wildcat country. 🎯Please give a warm welcome to Miss Kaylee Michael! 👩‍🏫 Miss Michael graduated from Milan C-2 schools and then Mizzou with a bachelors degree in Elementary Education.👩🏼‍🎓 Kaylee will be pursing a Masters degree in Education Administration beginning this fall. 📚She recently became engaged💍 to her high school sweetheart,🤵 Drake Minear, who is a Putnam County alumnus. In Kaylee's spare time, you can find her attending Mizzou Football🏈 and Basketball 🏀games, country music concerts🎵, hunting🦌🦃, raising corgi pups 🐶🐕with Drake and traveling🗺✈. Please give a warm Putnam County welcome to Miss Michael! #3rdgrade #putnamproud #itsbetteratputnam

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Elementary Ready to Make Music with Mrs. Waugh

🎼Putnam County R-1 Elementary would like to introduce our new music teacher, Mrs. Samantha Waugh! 🎶 Mrs. Waugh graduated from Hannibal LaGrange University with a Bachelors Degree in Education. She is certified to teach K-12 Music.🎵🎹 Samantha grew up in Centralia, MO and that is where she met her husband, Dakota.🤵 Mrs. Waugh and her husband have two dogs 🐶🐕and two ferrets! Samantha has wanted to be a music teacher since she was 7 years old!👩🏻‍🏫 She is super excited to get in the classroom and begin teaching music!!🎶 Please give a handclap👏🏻 and warm welcome to Mrs. Waugh! #putnamproud #itsbetteratputnam

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Midgets Score New Band Teacher From Wildcat Country

🎶 Putnam County Middle School and High School are proud to welcome Mrs. Michelle Booth!🎵 Mrs. Booth is a graduate of Smith-Cotton High School in Sedalia, MO and received her degree in Music Education from the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. 👩🏻‍🏫She previously taught in the Milan C2 School District, where she was the band director from 2011-2018.🎹🎤Michelle is an active member of the Kirksville Community Band where she plays clarinet.🎼She is also a member of the Missouri Music Educators Association and the National Association for Music Education. 🎺🥁Michelle lives in Milan with her husband Andy and daughter Audrey. Please give a warm welcome to Mrs. Michelle Booth!🎷🎸📯 #putnamproud #itsbetteratputnam

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Former Putnam Athlete Returns as Coach

Putnam County is pleased to announce our newest addition to our coaching and teaching team, Mr. Brian Mayer.🙌🏻 Coach Mayer was born and raised in Unionville, MO and graduated from Putnam County R-1 High school in 2003. Mr. Mayer put his traditional education on hold in 2008, when he joined the Army. He served as a Military Police Officer for 8 years. Coach Mayer married the love of his life, Cheryl👰🏼, and together they have two boys, 👦🏼👦🏼 age 3 and 1. In his spare time, Brian enjoys spending time with family, enjoying the great outdoors and hunting🦃🦌🦆. Coach Mayer is excited to be here at Putnam, and is looking forward to teaching physical education and coaching football 🏈and track🏃🏼‍♂️🏃🏼‍♀️. Please give a high five and warm welcome to Coach Brian . . .

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