Upcoming School Events
Niangua has a district therapy dog that made it's first appearance at the Elementary School Feb 2nd. We want to give a huge Cardinal thank-you to all of our sponsors that made this possible.
Thank you very much for your generous donations.
Special Thanks to Marshfield Area Community Foundation
Marshfield Area Community Foundation awards the Niangua R-V School District with 2 grants in the Fall of 2017 to purchase awnings for the multiple entry way doors of the school and Lego Robotics Kits for the STEM department. In 2016 the Foundation supported the purchase of
picnic tables for the courtyard and audio equipment for the business department.
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SNOW DAY #1 - JANUARY 16TH - MAKE-UP DATE - JANUARY 22ND
SNOW DAY #2 - JANUARY 17TH - MAKE-UP DATE - MARCH 5TH
SNOW DAY #3 - JANUARY 18TH - MAKE-UP DATE - FEBRUARY 26TH
SNOW DAY #4 - FEBRUARY 23RD - MAKE-UP DATE - MARCH 26TH
Tues. March 20 - NCTA is hosting a School Board Candidate Forum at 6pm in the School Library.
There will be a meeting of all students who are planning to take the trip to Rome and Greece in June of 2019. The meeting will be on Thursday at 6:00 PM in the old gym. If you cannot make it to the meeting but still intend to go, please let Mr. Cheek know in advance.
PK screenings for NEW students 2018-2019: Must be 3 on or before July 31 and potty trained.
April 9th 8-3:30
April 16th from 10-5:30
K screenings for NEW students 2018-2019: Must be 5 on or before July 31.
April 9th 8-3:30
April 10, 11, 12 from 4-6
Students currently enrolled in PK will be screened during the school day.
Seniors: You only have until March 1st to turn in your 15 pictures and song for the Graduation slideshow. Turn them into Mrs. Brown or Mr. Hankins so we can get them to Mrs. Cook.
Next week is Drama Spirit Week!
On Tuesday the 27th the FFA will be going bowling after school at Lighthouse lanes in Springfield. The cost will be $7 for two games and shoes. Signups are in Mr. Starnes room. This trip is open to High School and Junior High.