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Evening With the Arts

Once again the Fine Arts department of Putnam County R-I is collaborating together to bring entertainment and a quality meal to their patrons.  Dinner will be served in the High School 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.  We will have an auction with a limited amount of desserts and other items.   Seating this year is first-come, first-serve.  The cost of tickets is $9 for adults and $6 for students.  We will provide a limited number of reserved seats at $13 for adults and $10 for students.  For reserved seating please contact Shannon Busker at . . .

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Parent Cafe

The Putnam County Health Department is hosting a Parent Cafe on March 28, April 4, and April 11 from 6-8pm in the Middle School Commons. Parent Cafes are a chance to make new friends, learn new things, and become a stronger caregiver. You can earn a $25 gift card for participating in this event. The first 16 to register and complete all 3 sessions will receive a $25 gift card. Openings are limited, so call today to secure your spot! Pre-register by calling the PC Health Department at 660-947-2429.

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From the Desk of Dr. Halley: MSIP, CSIP, APR Goals & Accomplishments

It is my hope that by sharing with you the State of Missouri’s history with Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP), Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP), that I can now reasonably explain our Annual Performance Report or APR. Annually, the board of education and administration discuss the APR. After APR scores of 75.4% and 77.9% in 2014 and 2015. The decision was made for our goals to become 85% for the 2016-2017 school year and 90% for 2017-2018 and remain above 90% thereafter. Putnam County R-I fell just short of our goal in 2016 as we only reached 82.1%. However, for 2017 we attained a 94.6% and followed a 93.3% in 2018. We have met our set goals for 2017, and 2018 school years. For MSIP 5, which is what guides the APR, we have five areas which our “performance” is measured. 1. . . .

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Author Eric Ode to Visit PC Elementary

Look Who's Coming To Town! Eric Ode (pronounced Oh-dee) is a national award-winning children's singer/songwriter, a widely published author and poet, and a thoroughly engaging entertainer. His upbeat, high-participation programs are bubbling over with fun, interactive music and include stories, skits, poetry, props, and puppets. Eric will be visiting us on the morning of April 2, 2019, in the Putnam County Elementary.   A former elementary teacher of 12 years with a Masters Degree in Educational Technology, Eric has been invited to share his music and poetry programs with schools, community festivals, libraries, and churches throughout the United States, Germany, Japan, and Guam.   Eric has been recognized with: 6 Parent's Choice Awards A Telly Bronze Award Two National Parenting . . .

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Reptile Adventures

On March 20, 2019, the Zoology class and science club took a trip to Kirksville, where they visited the A.T. Still museum of osteopathy to learn about the origins of homeopathic medicine. After that, they visited the greenhouse at Truman State University, which contains a wide variety of tropical plants, cacti, and even hydroponic plants. Although this was fascinating, the highlight was by far, the visit to the herpetology department also at Truman. Students learned about a variety of snakes found in Missouri and about their importance to the ecosystem. They also got to interact with tortoises, skinks, and even legless lizards! If you are curious about these animals, don't hesitate to ask the students who went on the trip about them!

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First Impact: Preparing New Drivers for the Road Ahead

The Putnam County Health Department invites parents and their new drivers, on Monday, April 29, 2019, to a free event at the Middle School Auditorium to help prepare new drivers for the road ahead. Missouri teens are dying in traffic crashes...but they don’t have to. First Impact can help!! First Impact is a traffic safety program that educates parents about Missouri’s Graduated Driver License (GDL) law. The goal of First Impact is to reduce the number of motor vehicle fatalities, injuries and crashes among teen drivers by increasing parental awareness and enforcement of Missouri’s Graduated Driver License (GDL) law. First Impact will help parents understand teen driving risks, enforcement & monitoring of GDL law, and serving as a positive role model. First Impact . . .

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Moving on Up

The 5th-grade students had an opportunity to have a Q & A time with 8th-grade students this week.  Jesslyn K. and Brayden W. did a nice job helping ease some of the worries students have when anticipating the next step in their educational experience at Putnam County R-I. High School senior, Kaitlyn L, was able to add to the conversation and share about her experience being in band. Thanks to the students and Mrs. Fleshman for making this possible. 

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2019-2020 PCR-I School Calendar

The 2019-2020 School Calendar is available here for you to view and download. 2019-2020 School Calendar   The "School Calendar" is the calendar for the entire school year. This is the calendar that helps you to know what days are early dismissals, vacation days, etc. It is for the entire school year on one downloadable document.   visit www.putnamcountyr1.net and search: school calendar   To view the next 3 months of school activities, visit www.putnamcountyr1.net and click on the right-hand column where it says "District Calendar"   The "District Calendar" displays 3 months of upcoming activities.   We are currently working to re-configure the website so it is more user-friendly, easy to navigate, mobile responsive, . . .

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UHS/PCHS Alumni Association Scholarships

Click to Open UHS/PCHS Alumni Scholarship Application   Guidelines for the 2019 Alumni Scholarships UHS/PCHS Alumni Association   The following guidelines are applicable to the alumni scholarships to be awarded in 2019. The guidelines are subject to change for future scholarships.   1. Number and Amount: Three scholarships of $500 each will be offered for 2019 with a total expenditure of $1500.   2. Calendar of Events: The scholarship application forms will be ready for distribution by March 12, 2019. Completed application forms must be completed and returned to the Scholarship Committee by July 19, 2019. The Scholarship Committee will review the applications and make its recommendations to the Alumni Association Board by July 26, 2019. The Alumni Board will select . . .

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Which One is Not Like the Others?

     In geometry class, we are trying to learn the properties of quadrilaterals. The pictures show students deciding which quadrilateral does not go with the others and then communicating the reason why. This same day, we did a two-minute frenzy listing everything we know about four special quadrilaterals and comparing our lists. There is a lot of information to remember regarding the six special quadrilaterals.  We hopefully will remember it all for the test this week.

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