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No School Today, Thursday, February 22nd.

There will be no school today due to inclement weather.  Kindergarten and Preschool screenings will also not be given today; they will be rescheduled for another date.

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Super Heroes Supreme

Brought to you by the letter S.

Mrs. S alisbury's PreK classroom was focu s ed on keeping u s very s afe on Tue s day, February 13th.  A s part of their focu s on the letter S , s tudents and s taff dre ss ed up a s S uper Heroes.  After parading through the elementary s chool to s how off their outfit s , they s urpri s ed our S uperintendent, Dr. Heath Halley.  S tudent s were finding the letter   S everywhere!     When asked about their s uper powers, these tiny heroes had this to s ay: s hooting webs pu s hing something over running s uper fa s t flying kicking bad guy s out s aving the world to know everything throwing bat wing s and net s to bring toy s to me...toy power being poi s onou s to keep the . . .

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Board of Education Recognition

  On Monday, February 12, 2018, the Putnam County R-I Schools Board of Education met in a regular session.  They took this opportunity to recognize just a few of our outstanding high school students and their recent accomplishments. The Photography Scholars Program at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art is an elite program that teaches high school students professional artistic practice through close work with museum staff and professional artists. During the program students will work to take photographs centered around a theme while creating a high quality photography portfolio. Being accepted into this program is a great honor, with a large pool of incredibly talented applicants only a small few are invited to be a part of the program. Putnam County is proud to announce that Riley R. has be . . .

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Junior High Track 2018

  February 8, 2018   To Parents and Participants of Junior High Track 2018:   Track is right around the corner.  Practice will begin Monday, March 5th.  Practice schedules are being sent home for the track season.  Parent meeting will be held Monday, March 5 at 5 pm in the MS auditorium for boys and girls teams.   If an athlete hasn’t played a sport this school year yet, they will need a physical before they can begin practicing.  Also, IMPACT test and student-athlete paperwork will need to be completed if not already done. A good pair of running shoes are helpful and optional track spikes ⅛ inch.  Track warm-ups will be placed by February 16th for those interested.  It will cost $50 for a hooded sweatshirt and jogger pants . . .

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FBLA Success Stories

Chloe and Trey have shown us they have the initiative to make entrepreneurship work, both now and in the future. Since there was not an active FBLA Chapter at Putnam this year, they took the bold step of joining up with Schuyler County.  As part of the Schuyler County chapter of Future Business Leaders of America  both competed recently with great success.  Chloe took second in two areas, Impromptu Speaking and Hospitality Management Role Playing.  Trey took first place in Website Design.  Moving on to state competition is the next step and we wish them the best of luck.

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Science and Math Fun

Mrs. Fenton’s First Grade

Mrs. Fenton’s class has been hard at work this month learning Math and Science in an interactive, fun, and delicious way. Students have been studying measurements by using things in their classroom. This included blocks, paperclips, and M&M’s to measure things within their desks like a book or things given on a worksheet. The most enjoyable aspect of this lesson however, was the eating of the M&M’s.     The class also explored the world of science by creating a project based on sound waves. Student’s explored the use of sound waves by making projects like a rain stick, a guitar, and a pair of classic can walkie-talkies. All parts of the project had to be common items found at home. Overall, the students found both projects exciting and are ready to explore more lessons in Math and . . .

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Kindergarten & Preschool Enrollment Time

Is It That Time Already?

Parents it’s almost time for Kindergarten and Preschool Enrollment—can you believe how the time is flying?  THIS IS MANDATORY ENROLLMENT FOR KINDERGARTEN AND/OR PRESCHOOLERS FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR.   I know it seems early, but we need to make preparations for next year, and we need accurate numbers to do so.  Kindergarten Enrollment will be February 20th and 21st (Tuesday and Wednesday), and Preschool Enrollment will be February 22nd   and 23rd (Thursday and Friday).    You can call Mrs. White in the elementary office to schedule your child for these screenings (660-947-3361 ext. 318).    I thought it might be helpful to give you a little more information on what to bring and what will happen on that day.  On the day of the . . .

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Middle School Crowns Royalty

The middle-school student body recently voted for their peers to be crowned the Putnam County R-1 Middle School Valentine's Day Royalty for 2018.  8th-grade candidates were for King and Queen Landon W., Gage P., Caleb B., Sophie V., Hailey R.; and Claire T. Seventh-grade candidates for Prince and Princess were Nico L., Chase T.,  John J., Mallory D. and Shaylee V.  The Duke and Duchess candidates from 6th grade were Reise B., Gavin K, Rusty W., Zayda L., Jami T., Cora H.  Congratulations to Gage, Sophie, Chase, Mallory, Reise and Zayda.  The dance was a great success and fun was had by all.

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