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Snow make-up days are on March 4th, March 25th, and April 8th.
The 4-H Club will be doing a food drive from now to February 28th. There will boxes outside of the offices to put the food in.
Seniors! Jostens will be here on February 26 at 8:15 if you need to know your balance, please see Gina.
February 26- March 1 is Drama Week. Please participate in the following dress up days: Tuesday - Pajama Day; Wednesday - Mean Girls’ Day, wear pink; Thursday - recreate your favorite meme or vine; Friday - favorite character day.
Yearbooks are currently on sale. If books are purchased by Feb 22, they are only $35! After that the price increases to $45.
ATTENTION SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS... your page of information and your 5 chosen yearbook photos are due. I'd you fail to turn these in, you risk not being in your senior yearbook.
Seniors: Be checking the hall bulletin board for scholarship info. They are starting to come in and deadlines are approaching!
The Niangua Community Teachers Association would like to invite you to Meet the Candidates night on Monday, March 4, at 6:00 p.m. in the school library.
The Junior class would like a few anonymous stories of car accidents and how the accident changed their life. Please do not use any real names, but do use specific and real details in your story. Please email the story to Mrs. Cullen, you will stay anonymous. If you’d rather hand write it and drop it in Mrs. Cullen's mailbox that is okay too. The Junior class will be reading these out loud at an assembly and again everyone will be kept anonymous. Please have all stories turned into Mrs.Cullen in some form by the beginning of April.