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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 . . . read more

Putnam County Named 89th Annual Brashear Tournament Champs

Congratulations to the Putnam County girls and boys basketball teams for winning the championship games of the 89th Annual Brashear Tournament. Callie, Carson, Levi and Kaden were named to the All-Tournament Team. Way to . . . read more

Trey Wins First Place

FBLA Website Design Award

Trey is finishing out his high school career on a high note.  He and Chloe T. were chagrined to find there was no Putnam County FBLA chapter this school year; taking the initiative to join the Schuyler County chapter proved to be an . . . read more

Community Classes Offered This Spring!

    Putnam County R-I will be offering four classes to the community during the months of February, March and April.  The courses to be offered include:  Oil Painting, Full Body Bootcamp, Sign Language, and . . . read more

Influenza Symptoms

Know when to stay home.

More and more diagnosed cases influenza are coming to our attention each day.  It's hitting us hard at school right now and parents need to know what symptoms to watch for and when to keep their student at home.  The . . . read more

EMT-B and EMR Classes

Put on by Putnam County Ambulance

Putnam County Ambulance will be starting an EMT-B and EMR class around the first week of February . EMT class size will be limited to 15. Unless something changes, EMRs will not be cut at 15 . These classes will run concurrent. EMR is first . . . read more

Congratulations to Mrs. Hines

Congratulations to Mrs. Hines who has been named the MAEA Secondary School Art Educator of the Year! This prestigious award reflects the outstanding educator that she has demonstrated within the art education field. She was chosen by her . . . read more

Echo Coronation 2018

Echo yearbook staff started out today's assembly with a very well done slide show promoting sales.  After putting everyone in the mood to buy a yearbook, this year's candidates for Echo King and Queen were introduced.  . . . read more

Winter Weather Wardrobe

Winter weather is upon us.❄️ Please be sure your kids are dressed appropriately.🏂 With extremely low temperatures, we want to keep everyone safe and that starts before they ever arrive at school.🏫 If your child doesn't have . . . read more

Art With a Purpose

Holiday joy, made by hand.

Heather M., a senior, has been at it again.  This time her art will make the holiday season a lot more joyful at home.  With the help of her friend Alexis, she's created a five piece wooden holiday decoration that would be a hit . . . read more

Heartland Student Creates His Own Business.

One of our own has made the news as an entrepreneur.  Hunter spoke with KTVO on Saturday as he worked from his booth at the Career Expo put on by the Putnam County Advertising Class this past weekend.  Click on the link below to . . . read more

The Excitement is Building!

Building Trades 2017

     The Building Trades classes for the 2017-2018 school year have been constantly working on a addition to a home for a local community member. Students have been completing projects step-by-step with the direction of . . . read more

Congratulations to Trey and Emily!

Emily D, freshman and Trey M, senior, went to district band auditions this past Saturday. Both were successful! Emily D. received 3rd chair in the second band as a freshman. Trey M. earned the place of first chair in the Top band, meaning he . . . read more

Homecoming Week

Dress up days a hit.

Dress up days for this year's homecoming celebration started out with twin day, pajamas and hat day, walking yearbook day and wear your team's jersey day. Students and staff have had a lot of fun and many agree that the walking . . . read more

Keeping Tradition Alive

I had the honor of continuing the work of Major Duane Crawford this morning.  Mrs. Oden's and Mrs. Chapman's classes were taught how to fold the United States flag as well as how to raise and lower it on the flag poll.  . . . read more

Thanks, Moms!

Dedicated Football Moms Paint with Pride.

Once again 20th Street in front of the school lets everyone who drives by know they're in Midget Country.  Several hardworking football moms spent three and a half hours making sure every football player was represented.  This . . . read more

If Your Child Rides the Bus . . .

Please read this.

Dear Parent or Caregiver, . . . read more

New Online Learning Solution

Rosetta Stone selected by Putnam County

Putnam County R1 schools are pleased to announce that we have selected Rosetta Stone as our new online language learning solution. Multilingual skills are a critical success factor in our global economy, and Putnam County R1 Schools would . . . read more

Eclipse 2017

Missouri students had a unique opportunity today to witness the path of a solar eclipse the likes of which hasn't occurred since 1979.  With safety in mind, students watched the NASA live stream of the event.  Mrs. Fleshman also . . . read more

Legendary Customer Service Award

Robert Robinson earns Hy-Vee's highest honor.

Long time supporter of Putnam County sporting events and all around community volunteer, Robert Robinson, seemed genuinely surprised by the festivities in his honor Friday, August 18th.  As he walked into the door at the Unionville . . . read more

Lunch Program Fast Facts

Free and reduced lunch application.

All students are offered breakfast in the classroom each day at no charge.  The price for lunch is $1.85 K-12 at full price and .40 for reduced price lunch.  Milk is $1.75 for a five day card and $7.00 for a 20 punch card. . . . read more

Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE   All responsible public agencies are required to locate, evaluate, and identify children with disabilities who are under the jurisdiction of the agency, regardless of the severity of the disability, . . . read more

Applications for Employment

Certified Staff, Non Certified and Substitute Forms

Please click on the links below to open printable application forms for certified, non certified and substitute positions.  Non certified jobs include paraprofessionals who assist teachers in the classroom, maintenance, bus drivers . . . read more

Announcing Instagram Fridays!

Follow a “Day in the Life” of a Senior Student or PC Staff Member

Are you following us on Instagram? If not, now is the time to make sure you are signed up, so you can keep up with happenings around the school on Instagram Fridays beginning February 4th. A different Senior or Staff Member will be . . . read more

Putnam Joins Grand River Conference

Starting in the 2016-2017 school year, Putnam County R-1 Schools will be part of the two division Grand River Conference. With a total of 16 teams in softball and basketball an inter-division championship game will be conducted as an . . . read more

There is no cause for alarm.

Dear Parent, Representatives from the Missouri State Highway Patrol have contacted our school district,  as well as many other school districts across Missouri, and requested permission to have  state troopers . . . read more

PC R-1 on YouTube

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Assemblies, music programs, basketball games, school plays and more are now being recorded and available through the school's YouTube channel.  Archived footage dating back to the 2012-2013 is now in place.  Please check out . . . read more

Check Out Our Videos!

We now have a video link to the school's Youtube channel located on the right side of the our website's front page under, you guessed it, "Videos".  This is a great opportunity to view basketball games, programs in the . . . read more

Substitute Kitchen Help Needed

The hours are 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on an as needed basis.  These substitute jobs sometimes work into full time positions and are a great way to earn money while helping keep our students fed!  Give Sara Bradshaw a call at . . . read more

Student Handbooks for 2017-2018

Click on the links below to open student handbooks for each school: Elementary Student Handbook 2017-2018 Middle School Student Handbook 2017-2018 High School Student Handbook 2017-2018 Activities Handbook for . . . read more

Employment Opportunities

Bus Drivers are needed. Earn extra money as a substitute driver. There is a great opportunity to earn extra income through the transportation department.  The average pay for a substitute bus driver, based on our average 1 . . . read more

Food Pantry Donations

On behalf of the Food Pantry, James Garner recently accepted a check from Heath Halley, Putnam County R-I Superintendent in the amount of $746.  The check represents the proceeds from the Milan home football game.  Food items . . . read more

Welcome New Staff

We're fortunate to have some great new additions to the PCR-1 staff this year.  Please take a moment to welcome each our new team members as you see them around campus.  New this year are:   Beth Williams, . . . read more

Exploring Hobbies

Summer School 2013

Fridays during summer school are all about exploring ways to have fun and perhaps learn something at the same time.  Elementary students had the opportunity to hear about and participate in a wide variety of hobbies demonstrated by local . . . read more

Careers On Wheels

     On October 29th the Putnam County Elementary students and the 8th grade  enjoyed having local businesses in to talk about their over-the-road careers. We would like to thank the following individuals or . . . read more

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