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Fall pictures are scheduled for Friday, September 28. You can save some time and hassle by ordering online using the link below-school code 31436JA. Picture envelopes will go home sometime this week. IF YOU ORDER ONLINE, YOU DO NOT NEED TO SEND AN ENVELOPE IN.
Students who have not returned their enrollment packets need to do so ASAP. They will not be allowed to attend field trips, participate in sports, etc until this information has been returned.
The Niangua FBLA would like to invite all JH and HS Students to become members of the chapter this year. The dues are $15 for HS. The JH is either $5 for local activities only or $15 for State and National level participation. In order to attend the Silver Dollar City Career Day on September 26th, you must be a paid member before the Sept 20th deadline. See Mrs. Callaway for more information.
Any 9-12 interested in going on the Renaissance Festival field trip with Mrs. Cullen on September 22 needs to get a permission slip and turn in their $20 by Wednesday, September 19! We leave at 7AM
All backpacks and purses will not be allowed in the 6 -12 classrooms. Backpacks and purses must be secured in the students' lockers during the day.
Prayer meetings will take place in the Music Room every Wednesday from 7:30 - 7:55. The meetings will be led by Mr. Hankins and Mrs. Donaldson.
The University of Missouri (Mizzou) rep. will be here September 14th at 1:30 in the library. Any interested junior or senior is invited.