Getting a jump on their college education, four Eldon high school seniors graduated this month with their high school diploma, as well as an associate’s degree.
Wheeler takes fourth in state
The Camdenton Speech and Debate team ended the season with success as they took eight students to state competition at the MSHSAA State Speech and Debate Tournament April 24-25 at Missouri State University in Springfield.
Students at Dogwood Elementary were able to view equipment and vehicles as well as ask job related questions of participants at their Careers on Wheels day May 6.Holly Enowski, a junior at Eldon High School, competed at the International DECA Leadership Conference April 24-29 in Orlando, Florida, where she finished in the top 20.
Enrollment for the June 2015 session at Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks is now open.
Teddi Moorman, 2013 School of the Osage graduate, has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study in Kazakhstan during the fall 2015 semester.
Osage senior wrestler Chris Johnson signed a letter of intent May 12 to wrestle for Missouri Valley College.
The University of Missouri Extension is offering Youth Mental Health First Aid training from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 13 at the Hy-Vee Club Room, located 929 Route D in Osage Beach.
Camden County Library District’s summer reading program starts June 8
While visiting with Stefanie Wirths’ class May 13 at the Dogwood Elementary School library, Coli Creech revealed the tablet was the grand prize for the second-graders age division if they participated in the 2015 Camden County Library District’s summer reading program, which begins June 8.
The Eldon Career Center’s (ECC) Building Trades students have completed the construction on two houses, which are now available for purchase through a bidding process.
More than 20 Eldon high school Industrial Technology students went to the University of Central Missouri’s (UCM) campus in Warrensburg last month to compete in a contest with projects they created in class.
Two assemblies were held at Versailles High School March 18 as part of Kick Butts Day.
Ayusa International, a non-profit organization that has promoted global learning and leadership through high school student cultural exchanges for more than 34 years, is kicking off its annual search for families in Missouri interested in hosting international students for the 2015-2016 school year.
Alana Miner, Osage High School art teacher, had numerous students involved in the Lake Arts Council’s Student Art Quest this year.
Danielle Greubel, Osage Middle School art teacher, had numerous students involved in the Lake Arts Council’s Student Art Quest this year.
Jenni Glendenning, Osage Upper Elementary art teacher, had numerous students involved in the Lake Arts Council’s Student Art Quest this year.