School of the Osage Middle School welcomed Missouri bus drivers to their campus last week to participate in a skill-driven competition.
School has only been out for less than a month, but already the summer of 2015 has been one of renovation and rebuilding for the Eldon School District.
The University of Missouri Extension Office is offering its annual summer camp in July at Lake of the Ozarks where campers enjoy nature, exploring, adventure and outdoor activity in an educational unplugged environment.
One of the 12 Young Naturalist Awards winners included freshman William Blanton of Tuscumbia High School, who discovered calcifying bacteria on speleothems found in a natural cave and on artificial surfaces.
Enjoy 60 minutes of musical mayhem during the Shawn C & The Magic of Music event, hosted by the Camden County Library Summer Reading Program, at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 at the Camdenton Little Theatre.
The Lake of the Ozarks Corvette Club (LOCC) awarded a scholarship a student at the Eldon Career Center May 5 and two students at Lake Career and Technical Center in Camdenton May 7.
Mary Andeline, a highly respected local artist from Sunrise Beach, is offering art classes this summer at the State Fair Community College campus at Osage Beach.
Camdenton 4-H FIRST® LASER Robotics students recently presented Camdenton R-3 kindergarten students with a water safety program where the children learned the importance of water safety issues.
FFA local chapter officers recently attended Learn, Educate, Advance and Develop (LEAD) training, in preparation of the upcoming 2015-2016 school year.
Hurricane Deck Elementary held a spelling bee May 22 where two classes competed against each other for the spelling champ title of Hurricane Deck for the 2014-2015 school year.
The Kiwanis Club of Camdenton recognized third and fourth grade students at Hurricane Deck Elementary as Camdenton R-3 School District Terrific Kids this month.
Lake Career and Technical Center (LCTC) honored six Camdenton high school students as Students of the Month for February, March and April at luncheons held March 25, April 9 and May 12 at LCTC.
Fourteen MCR2 high school students worked together, creating a poster contest for MCR2 middle school students to help them learn of the dangers of smoking as part of their CLEAR education called Making Our Mark II.
During the month of May, students and staff at the School of the Osage Upper Elementary (UE) focused on the character trait of Service.
Jordyn Bartlett, a School of the Osage student, has been selected as one of 330 students to attend the 2015 Missouri Scholars Academy (MSA), which is a three-week residential program held June 7-27 on the campus of the University of Missouri–Columbia.