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Two three-year positions were up for election Tuesday on all five Ozark County School districts, but school board elections were held only in Bakersfield and Gainesville, where the number of candidates exceeded the number of terms expiring. Missouri law allows government entities to skip elections...
The Lutie Project Graduation committee will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 7.The tournament will include two age brackets, organizers said: girls 13-18, boys 13-18, girls 19 and up, and boys 19 and up.The entry fee is $30 per team. Winning teams will be...
Lutie R-VI School District will hold preschool and kindergarten screenings Friday, March 23, at Theododia United Methodist Church, across Highway 160 from the school.Screenings will begin at 8 a.m. and will close at 1:30 p.m. Each screening will take approximately one hour to complete. Parents are...

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Lutie FBLA and FFA members attended Missouri ACTE Legislative Day at the Missouri Capitol on Feb. 14 and met with 155th District Rep. Lyle Rowland. Students networked with legislative members and discussed vocational education in Missouri. Pictured, front row, from left: Brianna Wayman, Madison...
Members of Lutie High School FBLA brought home 15 medals from the District 14 Conference in West Plains Friday, Feb. 2. Participants pictured, from left, are: Jimmi Donley, third place introduction to business communications; Chey Clinton, first place introduction to business presentation; Rose...
Members of Lutie High School FBLA brought home 15 medals from the District 14 Conference in West Plains Friday, Feb. 2. Pictured, from left, Jimmi Donley, third place introduction to business communications; Chey Clinton, first place introduction to business presentation; Rose Scheider, fifth place...
Lutie student Tyler Conkey’s poster was chosen recently as one of the top 12 in the state in the annual Missouri Arbor Day poster contest. This year’s theme was “Trees Work for Your Health.” The contest, sponsored each year in partnership with the Missouri Community Forestry Council, Missouri...

An anonymous donor has provided funds for new Chromebook computers for Lutie School students in grades 6 through 8, including (clockwise from bottom left): Anastacia Ham, Kaitlynn Ford (partially hidden), Sierra Sutton, John David Ortiz, Alissa Davis (face hidden), Zabrina Engelhardt (partially hidden), Alyssa Wenzel, Haley Dant (partially hidden), Terry Goss, Austin Wenzel, Aiden Chilson, Mateo Robles, Karson Jones, Seth Warnol, Bailee Amos (partially hidden), Morgan Smith, sixth grade teacher Rebecca Scott, middle school language arts teacher Sandy Woody, middle school and freshman math tacher Sarah Cable, (next two students are hidden from camera), Kenzee Jones (partially hidden), Gage Christine, Damian Christine, Madie Reardon, Hugh Waters (partially hidden), Angel Hill, Elena Robles, (student hidden), Haley Kruszewski, Austin Coons, Cameron Ames.
Thanks to an anonymous donor, every student at Lutie School in Theodosia now has a computer device to use. “We have had a 1:1 (one-to-one) computer initiative for a couple of years in grades 3 through 12 through a donation,” said Lutie superintendent Scot Young. “During Christmas break, the same...

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