Calvin Heidenwith: Teacher Spotlight
Our next Teacher Spotlight is also a #HometownHero. Mr. Calvin Heidenwith or "Coach Cal" tells us, "I graduated from Putnam County in 2017. I chose to come back because I care about this community and the people here. . . .
PCHS DECA Students Earn Trip to State DECA
Putnam County DECA traveled to Columbia, MO on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, for the District 2 competition. We had 9 marketing students who represented Putnam County very well! Out of the 9 who competed, 6 are moving on to STATE competition! . . .
“Hey, I made that shirt!”
Business Education students are having fun in class, being creative, designing graphics, choosing apparel and other items to sell for the Booster Club. We have finally been able to refill the goods at the team store location at . . .
Farmers Bank visits Business Class
Introduction to Business class had the pleasure of having speakers from Farmers Bank of North Missouri visit and discuss financial literacy on October 18. They came prepared with real-life examples of going to college, beginning . . .
PC DECA Members Attend District 2 Meeting
On September 30, the Putnam County DECA Chapter attended the Missouri DECA District 2 Meeting at the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, MO. It was a great tour of the old facility that closed in 2004 and students were . . .
PC DECA Visits MO State Penitentiary
PC DECA visits MO State Penitentiary.
Intro to Business Class is Learning First Hand
With new roles and new teachers this year, the Booster Club apparel and gear is being managed a little differently than in previous years. Mrs. Schoonover’s 7th and 8th-period business classes are actively getting involved with . . .
PCR-I Welcomes New Teacher and Coach: Mr. Calvin Heidenwith!
Help us give a warm Putnam County Welcome to another one of our Homegrown Heroes, Mr. Calvin Heidenwith! Calvin is a Putnam County graduate (2017), and this will be his first year teaching. He will serve as the High School . . .
Local Stenographer Visits Vocational Classes
The business department had the pleasure of having Madison Rowland visit their classroom on Thursday, April 15. She shared her story of how she came across the profession as a stenographer and . . .
A Continued Partnership
As the Putnam County Midget varsity basketball season rolls around again during these uncertain times, the one thing FBLA can count on is the steadfast support of Duvall, Roeder, and Gardner . . .
PCHS Accounting Class Spends the Day at Truman
For the second year in a row, Truman University invited the Putnam County High School accounting class to campus for the day. On Monday, October 21, Mrs. Schoonover took eight of her Accounting I students for a tour of the . . .
Mrs. Kerry Schoonover: Homepage
Mrs. Kerry Schoonover: Homepage
Accounting Class Visits Truman State Univeristy
Truman State University extended an invitation for Putnam County’s Accounting students to visit Truman's campus to explore the Business Offices and the Business School. It . . .
Clickety Clack goes the Keys
Computer Applications is a class offered to all the high school students at PCHS. In this class, students learn basic keyboarding skills, fundamentals of word processing, and how to . . .
Law Class Goes to Court
Last week, Mrs. Schoonover’s Business Law class, traveled to the Putnam County Courthouse to sit and watch a live court session. They were greeted by the Circuit Clerk, Mitzi Shipley and Probation Officer, Nikki Hinkle, where they both . . .
Adventures in Banking
On Wednesday, September 19, the Accounting I class eagerly left school to get a tour of Farmers Bank of North Missouri in Unionville. The students were escorted behind the scenes through the computer . . .
Dresses, Ties and Interviews
It has been intense and busy in the Business Education room this week. We had 11 students apply for six FBLA officer positions for this school year. It was a tough decision to make by the interview team, as the applicants did a fantastic job . . .
FBLA is Back! Collaborate and Cool Off with Ice Cream and Pool Event!
Mark your calendars :-) On July 26th, from 6pm to 8pm, all Putnam County High School students interested in joining FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), meet at the Unionville City Park for some FREE ice cream. Hang out . . .