New Horizons High School sends students home each Thanksgiving break with knowledge about and exposure to interviewing, as well as a satisfied stomach. The tradition at NHHS is to combine their annual Thanksgiving Feast with Interview Day.
Young students in two Lincoln County classrooms are working hands-on with produce, learning aeroponics concepts and figuring out the tenets of healthy eating.
TBHS student Maxwell Gessert was recently nominated for the U.S. Department of Education’s Presidential Scholars program. He was nomnated by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, which nominates students from accross the state based on outstanding academic achievment.
Four Elsberry High School Students, Sasha Lisovsky, Emma Brushwood, Mina Folkerts and Taylor Watts, had the opportunity to attend the North American International Livestock Exposition Nov. 13-16 in Louisville, Kentucky. At this event the students showcase their projects which include Dor…
Troy Buchanan is introducing a program for juniors and seniors on track for graduation that will be a first for the district: CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies.)
Troy Buchanan’s Fall Musical, “The Little Mermaid,” debuts tonight, Friday, Nov. 22 and plays again tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 23! Check out our photos from the dress rehearsal!
Troy Buchanan’s Theatre Department is hosting its first big performance of the 2019-2020 school year, and the cast and crew is working hard to get The Little Mermaid ready for the Hungate Performing Art Center’s stage on Nov. 22 and 23 at 7 p.m.
Lincoln County R-III School District’s Early Childhood Education Parents as Teachers Program has earned a prestigious endorsement from the Parents as Teachers National Center, Inc., (PATNC) as a Blue Ribbon Affiliate, making it one of the top-performing home visiting affiliates within the PA…
Grace Reinebach is a freshman here at Winfield High. She is the daughter of Sarah and Mark Reinebach. Grace recently got 1st team all district (OF), 1st team all conference (OF) and 2nd team all region for softball! She has been playing softball for 10 years.
One of the exciting things about school is the opportunity to go on a field trip, however making it relevant to what curriculum is being taught can be even more exciting.
Troy Buchanan’s FFA season came to a close the weekend of Nov. 2 and 3, with the national competition in Indianapolis, and the Trojans took home some serious commendations.
Three Elsberry High School students performed this past Saturday with the Northeast Missouri All-District Choir. Lyman Heras, Aidan Miller and Abby Talbot auditioned for the spots in September where they were chosen for the honor of the district choir.
With the school year in full swing, PLTC students are working hard on their different careers. While all of our students excel in so many different ways, we recognize two students each month as our Students of the Month. For October, PLTC is proud to recognize Joshua DeCamp and Kennon Watts …
Troy Buchanan’s Trojan Pride Marching Band and the Troy Ninth Grade Spirit Of Troy Marching Band went to Quincy, Illinois for the Octoberfest Marching Band Competition. The Quincy Marching Band Festival has been around for nearly seventeen years, and for the past four years Trojan Pride Marc…
Changes by the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE), known as the Federal Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT), will require more training, more paperwork and more hours to become a certified bus driver; the already lengthy process will be more taxing than before.
Chloe Kaimann is a junior at Winfield High School. She takes part in many clubs such as PAC, NHS, Student Council, FFA, FCA, Link Crew and is also a Bleacher Creature.
Last Friday night the Annual Football Homecoming was held at the Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks home game against Mark Twain in Clopton. A week’s worth of fun and class supremacy cumulated with the crowning of a 2019 King and Queen.
Elsberry High School was host to BreakDown STL this past week for not only their student body from grades 7-12, but also for Silex and Clopton High School students.
Not only are four members of the Georgie Family great students at Elsberry Schools, they are also members of the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program. Master Sergeant Danielle Georgie, Chief Master Sergeant Timothy Georgie, Master Sergeant Emily Georgie and Airmen Matthew Georgie.
Three students from Troy South Middle School – Cheyenne Elizabeth Whitaker, Kyle Huber and Andrew Rust – recently read their full essays on “Why Troy is a Great Place to Live” at the time capsule opening on Sept. 16 at Troy City Hall.
The following students received Department and District awards at the 99th American Legion Auxiliary Convention in St. Louis this past July. Placing first in the Department of Missouri for her Poppy Poster was Ashlyn Javaux. Javaux received a monetary gift for her achievement. Her poster was…
On Sept. 9, the Spring Branch Helping Hands 4-H Club met for officer installation for the 2019-2020 year. Each officer was elected by the club members and learned about their new role.
The Spring Branch Helping Hands 4-H Club recently met to purchase Birthday Bags for the clients who come to the food pantry with children that have birthdays that month. Each club and the Team Leaders (making 13 groups) each took a month to put together Birthday Bags for the children. Items …
During the Sept. 13 Homecoming Football Game, the king and queen were crowned for Winfield High School. Above, Homecoming King Brandon Altman (left) and Homecoming Queen Kelly Fallert (right). Photo by Dan Fox
The Lincoln County Commission recently recognized the local 4-H Program for its efforts to educate local youth and encourage them to choose careers that help improve their lives, the lives of their family and their community.
In 2018 a bipartisan Senate resolution was passed to make September National Workforce Development Month. The resolutions purpose is to recognize the value of education and training programs aimed at improving Americans’ abilities to meet the needs of the ever changing workplace.
To build support structures within the school, Troy Middle students have been partaking in Family Time as part of their regular schedule.
On Aug. 10, Kaitlynn Foster of Troy demonstrated “The Benefits of GMO’s” at the Missouri State Fair, as one of 300 youths selected to give a demonstration in the 4-H Building at the event.
The 11th Annual Fall Classic MYSSA Shoot was held on Saturday at the MIssouri Trapshooters Association Range at Linn Creek Trap shooters from across the state attended, competing in the following categories: middle school teams, high school teams, FFA teams and collegiate teams. Silex an…
Zion United Church of Christ will host “Storytime Fun for Mom and Me” for preschoolers aged 3 through 5, beginning on Monday, Sept. 9, and meeting weekly through April. Powell Library is unable to continue their preschool story time during the school year, so Zion is excited to fill this n…
For the 2019-2020 school years there will be 10 new faces in the classrooms this year at Elsberry Schools with various backgrounds and expertise.
New teachers for Silex R-I School District left to right: Daniel Tedder — Second Grade; Hillari Lagemann — Silex R-1 Counselor and Andrew Mills — Middle School Science and Track and Cross Country Coach.
Pictured are the new faces at Elsberry Schools for the 2019-2020 school year. Back row: (L to R) Erin Toeniskoetter, Food Service; Levi Jacyna, PE/Coach; Caleb Johnson, ISS Instructor/Coach; Colleen Lilley, High School Math; Beth Noe, Middle School Special Education; and Arla Jo Kaimann, Kin…
CLAMP Teachers, Julie Wilson, Aaron Johnson, Jenny Lynn Heras, Melissa Grossner and Mandy Hartley are ready to serve ice cream and cookies to students and parents attending Elsberry School’s Back to School Ice Cream Social last week
All families in the community are invited to the “Back to School Blast” this Friday at the Elsberry First Baptist Church (401 North 5th St) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.