5th graders at Mill Creek attended an Aquatic Ecosystem field experience at Burr Oak Woods on Thursday, April 17.
Procter students and families were able to explore various career opportunities last evening at Procter’s Career Family Literacy Night.
Bridger had the opportunity to raise money for the American Heart Association and have some fun at the same time.
A group of Bridger students volunteered at Harvester’s this past Saturday to sort through massive boxes of potatoes.
- Middle School IMPACT Students Qualify for National History Day State Finals
- Bingham Middle School Celebrates Reading
MSHAA, The Missouri State High School Activities Association, awarded Van Horn seniors, Kylan Alexander and Cierra Sua the Excellence Award for character. Kylan and Cierra were nominated by their coaches based on their character traits, community service and commitment.
The Truman High School Theatre Department is presenting the comedy The Boys Next Door by Tom Griffin on April 23, 24, and 25 (Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday) at 7:00 p.m. The Boys Next Door takes place in a group home for males with intellectual disabilities. The play provides comical and touching insights of the trials and tribulations of these heart-warming characters.
- Truman High School Receives State and National Student Council Award
- Chrisman’s FCCLA Donates Easter Baskets
More than 150 ISD students and parents spent time at Three Trails Elementary to get the chance to talk to community organizations who serve Spanish speaking families. Representatives from Mid-Continent Public Libraries answered questions about the programs they offer.
The 2014 Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Fund selects two Independence School District teachers as this year’s winning recipients.
Aimee Jones of Little Blue Elementary and Jenna Wise from Blackburn Elementary will both receive funds to use in their classrooms.
- Jana Waits Retires After Serving 12 Years on the Board of Education
- Kansas City Star Names Truman Senior as Basketball Player of the Year