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Photos by Misty Souder.
Ryan Garrison and Alexis Amos were crowned king and queen at Lutie School’s Homecoming Friday, Jan. 26. Members of the homecoming court were, from left, freshmen Degan Chambers, Abby Jaeger  and Timmy Henderson, sophomore Jimmi Donley, 2017 queen Angel Reynolds, 2018 king and queen Ryan Garrison...

Lutie junior Garrett Souder looks to pass at the Friday night game against Gainesville. Souder didn’t get to finish the game, however. After a hard fall, he was air-lifted to Cox South, where he was diagnosed with a concussion. He’s back to school now and will return to the court as soon as he is released by his doctor, he said. Photo by Karla Smith.
The Gainesville Bulldogs hold a 10-7 record after last week’s wins over Lutie and Marion C. Early High School. Friday night, the Bulldogs traveled to Theodosia to take on Lutie and brought home a 72-48 win. Garrett Morgan led the scoring for the Bulldogs with 21 points, followed by Brandon Poe with...
Lutie School recently announced its honor and merit rolls for the second quarter. Students who earned all A’s are named to the honor roll, and students who earned all A’s and B’s are named to the merit roll. Honor rollKindergarten – Aubree Amos, Xander Atkinson, Kolton Bauer, Kaylie Bias, Kyler...
The junior class at Lutie High School is hosting an auction in the cafeteria from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, to raise money for the 2018 prom and class trip. A chili dinner, including dessert and drink, will be available for $5. Vendors at the auction include Tupperware, Rodan & Fields, 31...

First grade winners at the Ozark County Spelling Bee held at Gainesville Elementary Tuesday, Nov. 28, were, from left, first place, Carter Wallace, Lutie; second place, Taylor Frazier, Gainesville; third place Lola Wade, Gainesville; and fourth place, Allison Lubonne, Dora.

This segment of Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway’s recently released audit of the 2015-2016 financial data that schools reported to the state shows salary information for administrators and teachers at Ozark County Schools. Galloway’s report accompanying the stateway listings noted that, over a two-year period, Missouri school superintendent salaries have increased by 31 percent while teacher salaries increased by only 22 percent.
Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway on Monday released an audit of the 2015-2016 financial data reported by K-12 schools to the state’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).  The audit specifically reviewed administration costs, which include the expenses of the principals’...
Lutie school staff selected the September students of the month based on how their actions and character reflected respect, which was the word of the month. From left, Ethan Miller, Timothy Henderson, Elena Robles and Viola Jones.
Lutie School administrators recently announced the names of students earning a spot on the first quarter honor and merit rolls.   Honor Roll Kindergarten: Aubree Amos, Xander Atkinson, Kolton Bauer, Kaylie Bias, Skyler Clark, Brystal Johnson, Liam Johnson, Alyss Jones, Avery Jones, Kylie McCullough...

Eli Morpeth
Lutie cross country runner Eli Morpeth placed 11th Oct. 28 at the Class 1 District 3 meet in WIllow Springs and will go on to compete at the state meet set for Nov. 4 in Jefferson City.

Masons’ gift supports Lutie backpack program
Len Modlinski, left, Masonic Home representative for Sampson Masonic Lodge #298 in Theodosia, and Lewis Nauss, master of Sampson Lodge, on Oct. 9 presented a $600 check to Lutie School guidance counselor Alisha Favazza to help support the school’s backpack program, which provides food for students...

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