In December, the Wyota Missouri Quail Forever (QF) chapter hosted the Camdenton fourth-grade Capstone class at a youth pollinator habitat event. During the event, students distributed native prairie wildflowers and planted a seed mix behind the Camdenton Library that included more than 80 species of native wildflowers and grasses.
Versailles High School students recently attended a speech tournament in Warrensburg, competing against 23 other school.
The Eldon FFA hosted its Annual Veteran’s Dinner Jan. 28 drawing well more than 200 people to partake in the fundraiser.
The Camdenton R-3 School District employee Karissa Steiner was recognized for receiving January Classified Employee of the Month during the regular school board meeting on Jan. 11.
Osage Upper Elementary students were identified as being role models for their peers in showing the character trait of self-discipline in their classrooms and around school during January.
The Camdenton High School Project Graduation committee is organizing a Daddy-Daughter Dance from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13 at the Camdenton High School.
Holly Enowski, a senior and FFA member at Eldon High School, won the Missouri Cattlemen’s State Speaking Contest Jan. 9.
Versailles Middle School recently announced Nellie Sheremeta as the January Student of the Month.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) from Versailles High School presented facts regarding the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and drug use to their peers last week during the Jan. 25-31 National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.
Erika Crow and Jill Durnin were recently named Camdenton School District Teacher of the Week in January.
Heart of the Ozarks Professional & Business Women is a chapter of Business Women of Missouri, which also offers annual scholarships local residents may be eligible for. The Business Women of Missouri Foundation will award 11 $1,000 scholarships in April at their 2016 state conference.
Camdenton team prepares to compete at regionals in April
The Camdenton 4-H FIRST® LASER robotics team is expanding not only in Missouri and nation, but internationally.
Presents information to CLEAR
Morgan County R-2 Tobacco Free Tiger members Corin Wilson, Wyatt Espinosa, Jonathon Geier, Selena Danner and Hope Heimsoth gave a presentation to Morgan County CLEAR Jan. 13 demonstrating their knowledge on the risks of tobacco use.
Camdenton R-3 School District recognizes Board of Education for National School Board Recognition Week
During the week of Jan. 24-Jan. 30, communities across the state will honor the dedicated service of their local boards of education during School Board Recognition Week as proclaimed by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Tierra Evans of Iberia was named to the College of the Ozarks fall 2015 dean’s list. Evans is an Iberia High School graduate.