School of the Osage R-2 School District staff is currently scheduling appointments for kindergarten screening and enrollment for the 2016-17 school year.
LOSHTC invites community to April 30 fundraiser
On March 31, five students from the Horizons Program of Camdenton High School were honored at the meeting of the Lake of the Ozarks Stop Human Trafficking Coalition (LOSHTC).
Audiologist Jonathan Wilson, AuD, CCC-A, and Crystal Coons, CMA, of Lake Regional Ear, Nose and Throat, performed a hearing screening on Cannon Runyon at Dogwood Elementary.
School of the Osage middle school recently recognized March Students of the Month. Those acknowledged are sixth-graders Adrienne Dubbs and Talon Childs; seventh-graders Claire Bellamy and Joshua Cooper; and eighth-graders Jessica Bradley and Tristan Satterlee.
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.
Several Morgan County youth joined more than 100 students from middle school, high school and college at the Tobacco Free Missouri Youth Council Rally in Jefferson City.
Lisa Garcia, a third grade student at Hawthorn Elementary in Camdenton, was inspired to give back to her community.
The congregation of the Camdenton United Methodist Church recently donated $1,035 along with various food items to the Buddy Pack program.
The Missouri School Nutrition Association has awarded Patricia “Patty” Embry from Hurricane Deck Elementary the Employee of the Year Award, which recognizes the valuable contribution of school nutrition employees who prepare and serve healthy, appealing meals to students.
The Camdenton R-3 School District employee, Frank McGuire, was recognized for receiving the March Classified Employee of the Month during the regular school board meeting on March 14.
Jayden Stewart, Camden County 4-H equine member, won the first Jonna Witherow 4-H Equine Memorial Scholarship Award.
When the game, Chinese ping-pong, first started it was called by a number of different names, such as, “Whif whaf,” “gossamer” and “flim flam.” The names were made by the sound of the ping-pong ball being hit back and forth.
Wardell “Stephen” Curry is an American professional basketball player, he was born March 14, 1988.
Band interests more than half of CMS students
Did you know that half of seventh- and eighth-graders are in band? What is so special about it? For people that don't know band is a class in the Camdenton Middle School and a lot of people have had an interest in it.
These top 10 alternative bands seem to be pretty popular: Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Weezer, Twenty One Pilots, Green Day, Linkin Park, Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, Muse and Cage The Elephant.