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The Thornfield R-I School will hold kindergarten screenings Wednesday, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 25.Parents or guardians should bring shot record, birth certificate, Social Security card and proof of residency.  Students should be 5 by July 31, 2018.  Call the schoo
Gainesville Elementary School recently announced its honor roll and attendance honors for the third quarter. Students named to the honor roll made all A’s and B’s during the grading period. Honor rollSecond grade: Cadence Baugher, Aubrey Burrow, Keaton Dabney, Zachary Evans, Mylie Frye, Addison...
Four members of the Gainesville School archery team competed March 24 in the MONASP State Archery Tournament in Branson after earning the right to participate in the tournament by achieving excellent scores during the regular season tournaments. Gainesville students competing were, from left,...
Wednesday, April 11 Gainesville - ASCD (Automotive) certification exam, 8 a.m. Trig Star testing, 8 a.m. Thursday, April 12 Bakersfield - Regular board meeting and reorganization, 6 p.m. Track and field at West Plains. Varsity/ middle school softball vs. Alton, away, 4:30 p.m. 8th grade trip to the...
Gainesville eighth graders visited Rep. Lyle Rowland during their trip to the state Capitol March 26. Pictured, bottom row, from left: Jacob Kesner, Ethan Hogue, Pheonix Rodgers, Maverick Bushner, Sam Kinworthy, Debra Winrod, Gwendolyn Broderick, Kadyn Hayes, Aiyden Argent, Davon Benton. Second row...
Gainesville R-V School superintendent Dr. Jeff Hyatt told Gainesville Lions Club members last week that the school board had voted March 26 to ask voters to approve a 75-cent operating levy increase in the August election.The last time a Gainesville School tax issue was passed was 25 years ago – in...

Gainesville Schools’ bus mechanic Jerry Beasley was pleased that the district’s 16 buses passed the recent annual inspection by the Missouri State Highway Patrol at 100 percent – for the sixth year in a row. Beasley, a 1983 GHS graduate, has been the district’s mechanic for 27 years. He says he’s seen a lot of changes in the vehicles since he hired on with the district in 1996. For one thing, all the buses are diesel now and may have computerized components. The price has gone up too. A new bus these days can cost $85,000, he said.
The annual inspection of Ozark County schools’  buses was completed recently by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Here are the unofficial results, as reported by the schools:Bakersfield superintendent Amy Britt said “two minor issues” were found during the recent inspection there. One issue...
The Bakersfield school board election has been certified by Ozark County Clerk Brian Wise, and the vote totals now stand at 104 for Christopher Bales, 101 for Mike Zimmer and 100 for Michael Scott. The certified totals eliminate the 100-vote tie that existed between Zimmer and Scott on election...
Registration is now open for Gainesville’s summer ball program for all area children age 4-13. Eligible children must turn 4 and cannot turn 14 prior to May 1.Players will be placed on a team according to their age/birth date. Divisions and age groups will be determined once organizers know how...
Bakersfield R-IV School District will conduct preschool and kindergarten screenings Thurs-day and Friday, April 19-20. Children are eligible for kindergarten if they will be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2018. Children who will be 4 years old on or before July 31, 2018, are eligible for...

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