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Courtwarming Dance This Friday!

High School students, break out your dancing shoes! The Courtwarming Dance will be held this Friday, February 22, 2019, from 9-11 pm.

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The Heartland is a Wonderful Place to Live

Buddy Pack Matching Challenge Update

The Character Education Theme for 2018-2019 in the elementary is "Character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking."  We just finished celebrating Character Education Week and were able to help several local agencies in our community with donations provided by students and staff.  A local anonymous donor provided $250.00 in a cash donation for the Buddy Pack and as the motto says, they were doing the right thing when nobody was looking.  The grand total given to the Buddy Pack Program was $466.00.  Thank you all for your generosity. 

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Short week, Big Fun in Transitional Kindergarten!

With all of the snow days at the beginning of last week, we had a very short week of only two days last week. To top it off, our first day back was February 14, Valentine's Day.  With it being a short week and with mother nature being unpredictable, we celebrated Valentine's day on the 14th and celebrated our 100th day of school a little early on the 15th. What a way to make the most of the short week!  Our transitional Kindergarten class enjoyed classroom parties both days and learned with many fun hands-on activities!  The 100th day of school is actually February 19th, but we didn't want to take any chances with the way the weather has been. We hope you enjoy our pictures of all our fun activities!   

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Middle School Valentine's Dance Royalty Crowned

With around 120 students in attendance, the Middle School commons was hopping with lots of happy teenagers ready to burn off some winter steam.  The Valentine's dance is usually a favorite because of the royalty that gets crowned.  Each class nominates 3 boys and 3 girls and then those candidates are voted on during lunch for the chance to be dubbed "The Royals." This year's contestants for Duke and Duchess in the 6th grade were Brock M., Case P., Kaden C., Trinity A., Iris W., and Macie H. Congratulation to Kaden C., and Macie H. for being crowned 6th-grade Royalty.  The 7th-graders nominated were Johnathan F., Trace H., Gavin K., Kenadie N., Zayda L., and Cora H. Congratulations to Gavin and Cora for accepting the honor of Prince and Princess.  The 8th-grade . . .

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Kindergarten Enrollment and Preschool Screenings To Be Held February 25-March 1

Kindergarten enrollment will be held on February 25-26, 2019.  Preschool screenings will be held February 28 and March 1.  Please call the elementary office at 660-946-3361 ext. 318 to make your appointment.  Please bring the following items with you when you come for your appointment:  child's birth certificate, child's immunization records, and proof of residency (rental contract, real estate contract, utility bill, driver's license).   Please call and schedule your appointment today!

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Preschool-2nd Grade Hoops

Looking for a fun activity to help your pre-school through 2nd-grade child develop their fine-motor skills, agility, hand-eye coordination, camaraderie, cardiovascular health, teamwork, discipline, work ethic, and social skills? Our Little Ballers will begin practice for ages Pre-school through 2nd-grade on Thursday, March 7, 2019. Sign-ups begin at 5:30 pm in the High School Commons. Practice will follow from 6:00-7:30 pm in the High School Gym. Games will be held on Friday, March 8, 2019, starting at 6:00 pm. The cost on game day is $3 per player and $3 per spectator. Let's have some fun helping our future basketball players!

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Students Apply New Concept

What do you get when you cross a mosquito with a mountain climber? Nothing. You can't cross a vector and a scalar. While the joke above is simply a play on words, Putnam County freshmen physical science students are likely able to explain it now.  Mr. Watt’s physical science classes have switched from a focus on introductory chemistry principles to a focus on introductory physics principles.  Students have learned the difference between a scalar quantity (a measurement with only size, but not direction) and a vector quantity (a measurement that includes size and direction relative to a point of origin). The students are handling the new concepts with a high degree of proficiency, and are learning new ways to utilize their scientific calculators.  

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National FFA Week

Mark your calendars. National FFA Week is right around the corner. Here is what our FFA chapter has planned for the week of February 19-22.   Tuesday: Western/Hat Day, Drive Your Tractor to School Day.    Wednesday: The Rising Sun/Beach Day, 6 PM Ag Olympics.    Thursday: FFA Week T-Shirt Day, 6:45-8:10 AM FFA Week Appreciation Breakfast for Teachers, Parents, & Businesses.   Friday: Dress Like a Farmer Day, FFA Barnyard Petting Zoo in Ag Shop (8:30 am-1:30 pm).

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Student Artwork Published in NAHS News Magazine

Students from the National Art Honor Society have had their artworks published in the Winter Edition of NAHS News Magazine. You can view the magazine and their artwork by clicking the link below. You can also see our very own Putnam County Chapter of NAHS featured on page 69! Page 15-16 Alisha W. Page 23-24 Graycie R. and Hailey R.  Page 33-34 Riley R.  The NAHS will be hosting their 2nd Annual Art Exhibition on Friday, April 1st, 2019. The exhibition will be held at the Bixler Building on the West side of the Unionville Square and on display for the month of April.  Join us for the Gallery's Opening Reception April 1st at 7:00PM.       Click Here to View Magazine!

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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. Pre-register by calling the PC Health Department at 660-947-2429.

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