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MS Student Council Elections Held

May 1 during CPR time, the 2018-19 Student Council election was held.  Eight teams vied for the coveted position of Student Council office. The winners were chosen based on student votes from 5th, 6th and 7th grades and are . . . read more

Middle Years Newsletter

The May edition of the Middle Years Newsletter

Short Stops Using a pretend language can sharpen your tween’s listening and critical thinking skills. Have her make up nonsense words for actions (like blergle for point and troni for sit). Then, you do the same. Take turns . . . read more

MS Character Education Assembly

April and May

  Today's Character Education assembly covered both April (perseverance) and May (forgiveness).  We also honored two community winners. April 2018: Perseverance: steadfastness despite difficulty investing all of . . . read more

Middle Years Newsletter

Finish Strong

As your child thinks ahead to summer, he may be tempted to relax his efforts in school. Explain that staying focused in every class will help him learn and prepare him for end-of-year tests. And by keeping on top of final projects, . . . read more

Cooperation

March Community Winner Melody Dickerson

Our character education word of the month for March is Cooperation.  Working well with others is an important part of success in middle school and in life in general.  Middle school students nominated Melody Dickerson as a person . . . read more

It's All About Cooperation

Working positively with others to accomplish a task.

As we near the end of another school year the Missouri Assessment Program testing is on everyone's mind in middle school.  Testing begins April 16th and it's very important that everyone make the effort to be here on all testing . . . read more

Middle Years Newsletter

March, 2018

Please click on the link below to view this month's issue of the Middle Years Newsletter.  There are some especially good tips on preparing for standardized testing. Middle Years Newsletter - March, 2018 read more

Trustworthiness

What does that mean to you?

      Today's assembly covered February's word: Trustworthiness: confidence in the ability, integrity, character, and truthfulness of others.  We had to postpone the assembly scheduled last week due . . . read more

Middle Years Newsletter

Please click on the link below to view the February issue of the Middle Years Newsletter. February, 2018 Middle Years Newsletter read more

Middle School Character Education

January's word is gratefulness.

Businessman Dave Williams was honored as this month's community winner.  Dave was born in Ohio, moved to Unionville in 1972 attending school here and graduating in 1977.  Shortly after high school he began working first at a . . . read more

MS Band Members Go to District Competition

  Congratulations to Gabe, Caley, Erinn, and Grace who all auditioned for and will be performing in Junior High District Band Competition on February 17th at Macon.  They will be in the following positions:  . . . read more

February Middle School Character Ed Assembly

Celebrating Trustworthiness and Good Character

February’s Character Education Assembly in the Middle School featured the word “trustworthiness,” which means confidence in the integrity, ability, character, and truthfulness of others. The community member receiving the . . . read more

Outstanding Middle School Students

Each month a student from each grade is chosen as the Outstanding Student of the Month.  For January the sixth grade is represented by Jordan M.; the seventh grade by Kaelyn P. and the eighth grade by July D.  Unfortunately, July . . . read more

Good Attitude Winners for November

Our November character winners for showing a good attitude toward education were Molly  P., 6th grade; Amy M., 7th grade and Tanner R., 9th grade. read more

Community Character Winner

The middle school recognized the community character winner for March for cooperation. This month we honored Donna Neighbors. read more

Good Attitude in Classroom

Our middle school students recognized for their great attitude in the classroom towards learning are: Hannah, Waylon, and Lauren. read more

Community Character Winner for October

The middle school recognized the community character winner for October for self-control. This month we honored Kelly Valentine. read more

Student of the Month Announced

Our middle school students recognized for September Student of the Month based on their academic achievement and hard work are: Alexis, Derek, and Josh. read more

Community Character Winner

The middle school recognized the community character winner for January for gratefulness. He has served our community for a number of years. This month we honored Dr. Fon Owings. Accepting the award was his daughter, Teresa Harbert. read more

Great Attitude Towards Learning

Our middle school students recognized for their great attitude in the classroom towards learning are: Waylon, Justin, and Shayna. read more

Student of the Month for January

Our middle school students recognized for January Student of the Month for their academic achievement and hard work are: Jordan, Josh, and Robert. read more

Middle School Character Recognized

Our middle school students recognized for great character in January for gratefulness are: Logan, Kia, and Jordan. read more

Cell Phones For Soldiers

     The Putnam County Middle School students collected 50 cell phones and 2 MP3 players to donate to the Cell Phones For Soldiers Program during the month of November. The Character Education word was citizenship and in . . . read more

Middle School Student of the Month

Our middle school students recognized for November Student of the Month for their academic achievement and hard work are: Josie, Alyson and Calvin. read more

Community Character Winner Announced

The middle school recognized the community character winner for November for citizenship. He served our country in the 1950’s. He was stationed in Germany. He helps us at our football games with the color guard. He is Leon Fowler read more

Middle School Character Recognized

Our middle school students recognized for great character in November for citizenship are: The 8th Grade Boys Basketball Team for winning the sportsmanship trophy at our tournament last week. read more

Putnam County R-1 Schools Contact Information

Superintendent's Office 660-947-3361 Fax:  660-947-2912 Heath Halley, Superintendent  -  extension 302  - e-mail prefix: hhalley     Terry Owings, Secretary -   . . . read more

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