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Celebration Well Attended
A large crowd attended the all-weather track dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony last Friday despite cool temperatures and 40 mph winds. Alumni came from as far as Martensdale, Iowa, and Columbia, Missouri to celebrate the completion . . .
Helena Chemical donated 60 cases of bottled water to support softball and baseball organizations in the community. The water will be split between the Raider softball organization, the summer baseball league and the school baseball . . .
Friday, April 26th at noon.
The dream of an all-weather track has become a reality due to the hard work and generosity of alumni, businesses, and community members. To celebrate this landmark event, the community is invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand . . .
Mr. Heath Halley was recently named the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association (MCCA) Administrator of the Year. Varsity cheerleading coach, Mrs. Lisa Stobbe nominated Mr. Halley for his dedication and support for her program. . . .
Putnam County R1 Schools is proud to announce and welcome Joe Geringer as its new Elementary Music teacher. Joe will be replacing Glenda Dinwiddie who is retiring this year. Mr. Geringer grew up in Wellington, Missouri and . . .
Life Skills Learned
Community members provided valuable information in an entertaining manner as part of Success Day last Thursday. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors attended five presentations designed to give them a head start on getting a job, keeping a . . .
Shannon (Lewis) Bain Returns to Putnam
Putnam Co R1 Schools is proud to announce and welcome Shannon Bain as its newest Elementary teacher. Shannon will also be replacing Jeff Butler as Assistant Softball Coach, as Jeff is retiring this year. Mrs. Bain brings with her . . .
There are seven weeks of school left! We will hopefully avoid another snow day this weekend, and will adjourn this school year on May 22 (12:45 early-out). End-of-course testing will be April 15-26. Please remember that the . . .
Looking for something new and interesting to do this winter? Consider joining an adult education class at Putnam County R-I. Pottery, Microsoft Excel, and Aerobics are being offered for the enrichment and . . .
At its January meeting, the Putnam County R-I Board of Education approved a refunding bond resolution, effectively refinancing the district’s 2009 general obligation bonds. The $2,655,000 refunded bonds have . . .
For the past couple of months, our core subject teachers have really focused their professional development time on updating essential learning standards for their classes. This work has come about due to the Common Core State Standards . . .
PCR1 Employment Application (fillable version) Click the link above to open a PCR-1 application for employment which may be filled in as a Word document. Please forward your completed application to: . . .
Type O Urgently Needed
A Red Cross blood drive will be held at the high school commons this Friday from 1:30 to 6 p.m. The blood drive is sponsored by National Honor Society. Appointments can be made by contacting the Red Cross . . .
A familiar face at Putnam County R-I, Linda Quint, has retired after over 37 years of service to the district. Linda started as a clerical aide at the lower elementary school in 1975 and moved to the high school . . .
It is the time of year when many people resolve to lose extra weight or get into better physical shape. The Putnam County R-I school facilities provide free opportunities for all residents to get some physical . . .
Safety policies in place.
Please click the link below to open a letter regarding the District's response to the recent tragedies in our schools. School Safety Plan
The First Border War Basketball Tournament was a smashing success. Teams from seven different schools in Iowa and Missouri met at Putnam County High School to compete in this interstate event. The teams embraced the opportunity to play . . .
From the Office of Transportation Director, Allen Tipton The Putnam County R1 Transportation Department received a surprise inspection from the Missouri Highway Patrol on November 7, 2012 receiving 100% approval certificates . . .
High school students got a glimpse into the outside world November 2 through a career fair sponsored by the A+ program. Thirty presenters, mostly alumni from Putnam County R-I, shared information on their careers and college . . .
Interact members conducted a Purple Pinkie project and raised $222 for polio vaccines. Students and staff paid $1 to have their pinkie finger painted purple, simulating a practice used to identify children who have been . . .
The Student Information System (SIS) that is utilized at Putnam County R-I is a valuable tool for teachers, parents, and students. Online bill payments through PayPal have recently been opened up to faculty. This will allow us to . . .
The PC Café will be able provide an extra 1,015 meals to local residents thanks to the generosity of Putnam County R-I staff. As part of the school’s ongoing mission to “give back” to the community, staff . . .
After a survey was completed by patrons of the district last year, it was clear that our parents are in favor of having late starts in case of inclement weather. Starting this year, we will incorporate late starts when we . . .
Online lunch payment will be available on the SISK Parent Portal starting November 1st. Parents can make payments for multiple students using debit cards, credit cards or your PayPal account. A sliding scale service fee will be added . . .
MFH Grant Received
The Putnam County Health Department was thrilled to assist the Putnam County R-I School District with the completion of the all-weather track project. The health department, through their SIM grant from Missouri Foundation for Health, was . . .
Curwood, a manufacturing plant in Centerville, Iowa, donated $1,600 to Putnam County R-I to be used for PTO, Band Boosters, Athletic Boosters, the elementary school and the middle school. Brian Perkins, Putnam . . .
A Club Fair was well attended by the incoming freshman class Tuesday evening in the middle school commons. Members and officers of eight high school clubs took the lead in explaining the purpose and activities . . .
Freshman Orientation - fall, 2012 High School: It is a cool place to be! We have great facilities and strong community and parental support! Means of communication: We continuously try to improve! . . .
2012-2013 High School Student Handbook
Eight Interact members participated in a scavenger hunt Monday evening. Members raced around Unionville after solving clues about local landmarks and civic organizations. Representatives from the Historical Society, Bargain Barn, . . .
Exciting improvements are taking shape to the facilities at Putnam County R-I. Four projects are located at the football stadium: installation of the long-awaited all-weather track, addition of an . . .
Putnam County Maintenance Director, John Fowler, visited the afterschool program this week to share information about panning for gold. Students learned about the best locations where gold deposits may be found in the United States and . . .
Before and afterschool families came together Tuesday evening to say “thank you” to everyone that makes a difference in the lives of their children and their family through involvement with the Putnam County S.O.A.R. Before and . . .
Mr. Bill Godfrey, PC's own building Trades teacher, visited Putnam County's S.O.A.R. program this past week to share information and expereinces he acquired while living in Alaska for nine years. Mr. Godrey shared about the weather, . . .
Show Your Pride in the Blue and White
The Booster Club has a wide variety of PC apparel now on sale out of the high school library. A new button on the right side of the front page of the school website links to a price list and photos of just some of the items available. . . .
PC Apparel Price List Contact 660-947-3361, extensions 311 or 303 These items are sold by the Booster Club to support student activities. A wide variety of styles are in stock, some of which are pictured. Watch . . .
Application for Employment
We have twenty extra-large t-shirts remaining from the 5K Fun Run/Walk. We are selling them for $5 each, and the proceeds go to the all-weather track fundraiser. Please call Susan Ryals or Jeremy Watt in the high school office at . . .
The new elementary basketball court was ready for the first day of school and students are crowding in for some exercise. Elementary students are able to go outside before school, after lunch and at recess. Kindergarten . . .
. Putnam County R-1 School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth . . .
Area residents seeking to boost their fitness level this winter are welcome to use the Putnam County R-I facilities and/or participate in evening fitness classes. . . .
Our middle school students recognized for their great attitude in the classroom towards learning are: Adam, Alexis and Isaiah.