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The Board of Education recognized several students for their outstanding achievements during the April Board meeting.
Missouri Association of Student Councils Honor Council Awards were earned by both the junior high and high school councils.
CJHS Leadership Team: Tiffany Stringer, Advisor; Reed Ledford, Mason Bryant, Emily Nevills, Kara Cloud, Miriam Copeland, Lydia Rockers
CHS Student Council Officers: Katie Griffiths, Allison Peterson, Kelsey Frost, Madison Kaempfe and Madison Guidie
Michael Goolsby, Board President
Academic All-State - Volleyball: Madison Kaempfe, Abi Thomas, Rayna Jefferis, Marley Hensley, Kiley Tiller, Maya Williams, Savannah Downing
Missouri All-State Choir: Joshua Pruss; Lee Elliff Pound, Board Member
Missouri All-State Jazz Band – Trumpet: Oliver Smith; Michael Goolsby, Board President
SkillsUSA State Competition – First Place Winners
Andrew Robinson, Renee Riley, Advisor, Michael Blades – Interactive Application & Game Design-Team A; Michael Goolsby, Board President
Frank Womack, Advisor, Zackery McDonald – Mechatronics-Team A and Residential Wiring Technical Information; Justin Baucom, Board Vice President
Carthage Junior High Hosts In-House Tournament
The Carthage Junior High Archery Club hosted their own tournament on Friday, April 17th. The tournament consisted of thirty archers battling it out in a head to head double-elimination tournament. Every archer competed well, and at the end of the night Cody Pinkley was crowned as the champion. Rounding out the top four were; Kenny Collora- 2nd place; Zach Garrison- 3rd Place; Seth Conness- 4th place. The CJHS Archery Club would also like to send a big “Thank You” to sponsors whom made the tournament possible: Metcalf Auto, Bob Brown Insurance Agency, Liberty Bank, Hometown Bank, and First Christian Church.
Jared Patrick, CJHS Math, Football/Archery Coach, Incentives Coordinator
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Construction on the new intermediate center has fallen a few days behind schedule due to weather issues and extensive rock excavation. R. E. Smith, General Contractor, is confident the project will be back on schedule soon, weather permitting. This is the district’s first project using a geothermal heating and cooling system.
Installation of a geothermal HVAC system at Fairview Elementary School will begin in mid-April. Other district projects include the construction of tornado safe rooms at Mark Twain and Pleasant Valley Elementary Schools, and roof replacement at Carthage Technical Center-North.
Photos courtesy of The Carthage Press
May 6 - Early Out
May 14 - Graduation
May 25 - No School
May 26 - Last Day
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