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The Gainesville High School FBLA parliamentary procedure team competed at the National Leadership Conference that was held June 28-July 2 in Baltimore, Maryland. Gainesville FBLA members attending the national conference were, from left, Blakely Morrison, Shelby Kinsey, Eli Amyx, Madison Trivitt and Abigail Milligan. The students were accompanied by adviser Chelsey Gilmore.
The FBLA National Leadership Conference was held June 28 through July 2 in Baltimore, Maryland, where the Gainesville High School parliamentary procedures team competed and Gainesville FBLA member Eli Amyx was installed as the 2018-2019 North Central Region vice president.The students traveled to...

Westin Wilson
Westin  Wilson from the Gainesville High School FFA chapter attended the state FFA HYMAX freshmen leadership camp June 15-17. The camp, sponsored by the Missouri FFA Association, was held at Camp Rising Sun at the Lake of the Ozarks State Park.  Only 100 high school freshmen students were chosen to...

Logan Strong, a recent Missouri State Univeristy graduate with a degree in exercise and movement science, is starting JUMP! Academy, a new after-school program for Gainesville students.
A new after-school program for elementary students in Gainesville is in the works for the 2018-2019 school year. The program, JUMP! Academy, is not affiliated with Gainesville R-V Schools. It’s the brainchild of Logan Strong, a recent Missouri State University graduate who holds a degree in...
Gainesville R-V School District will hold registration on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 1-2. Students may pick up their schedules, paperwork and pay fees at this time. Insurance information and lunch applications will be available. School officials ask that all paperwork be completed and turned in...

Photo by Karla Smith
The Gainesville Bulldogs traveling baseball team competed in the Barnhouse Baseball 2018 Summer Heat Showdown Saturday in Springfield and took first place after winning three games. Scores from the games were 16-1, 12-4 and 18-3. Members of the team are, from left (back row), Howard Wade, Khale...
The Gainesville Junior High softball team ended its season with a 3-12 record. “With tough competition and pitchers throwing 50-plus miles per hour, our girls competed and hit fairly well, although our record doesn’t show it,” said coach Sherry Patterson. “On a positive note, we have seven new...
The Gainesville Lady Bulldogs are hosting the second annual Slow-pitch Softball Tournament starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at the Gainesville ball park.Softball teams can participate by paying a $100 per team entry fee ($10 per player, 10 people on a team). Those interested can contact...

Times photo / Norene Prososki A driver’s education class is being offered in Gainesville’s summer school program for the first time in several years. Participating students include, from right, Holley Stevens, Zach Botts, Andrew Botts and Wesley Stevens. District superintendent Jeff Hyatt, left, teaches the course. Hyatt told the Times he has been a driver’s ed driving instructor for 28 years. When the Times asked if he’d had any scary experiences in his nearly three decades of riding with student drivers, he quipped, “Nerves of steel!”
Summer school classes have begun around the county, and the Gainesville R-V District is especially proud of its increased attendance figures this year. In 2017, Gainesville High School’s summer school had an enrollment of 25 students. This summer, 72 students are enrolled in the high school program...
During the upcoming 2018-19 school year, Gainesville High School will offer the option for juniors to attend classes at the South Central Career Center in West Plains, district superintendent Jeff Hyatt told the Times last week. Bus transportation will be provided, and students may only enroll in...

Times photo / Norene Prososki A driver’s education class is being offered in Gainesville’s summer school program for the first time in several years. Participating students include, from right, Holley Stevens, Zach Botts, Andrew Botts and Wesley Stevens. District superintendent Jeff Hyatt, left, teaches the course. Hyatt told the Times he has been a driver’s ed driving instructor for 28 years. When the Times asked if he’d had any scary experiences in his nearly three decades of riding with student drivers, he quipped, “Nerves of steel!”
Summer school classes have begun around the county, and the Gainesville R-V District is especially proud of its increased attendance figures this year. In 2017, Gainesville High School’s summer school had an enrollment of 25 students. This summer, 72 students are enrolled in the high school program...

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