The beginning of the school year finds many new faces, along with changes in staff for the Pattonsburg R-II School District. Alan McCrary , former Pattonsburg high school math teacher for 15 years, is serving a new role as elementary principal . Taking his place in the math department is Rick Lin from Gallatin, who previously served as an administrator and teacher in . . .
Welcome to our Pattonsburg R-II Elementary School. I consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to be at school every day and share in the lives of your children. Our staff works extremely hard to provide our youngsters with instructional strategies that engage them as learners. As a direct result of the instruction, our test scores have continued to rise over the past three years. We certainly appreciate the support of our parents. Because of this home to school connection, success for the students is at its highest. Thank you so much, parents, for everything you do to assist with our activities, both academic and extra-curricular. Please feel free to call at any time if you have questions or concerns. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 660-367-2111, ext. 245. Together we can do great things.
The high school academic team played its last regular season matches on Monday, March 23 at North Harrison and at home. Team members who participated were Kari Cruthis, Rhea Gardner, Geoffrey Hartley, Peyton Jones, C.J. Nalle, Carl Parman, Haleigh Plymell, Adam Sullivan, and Jackson Zamora. The first match saw the Panthers face off against North Harrison. They were within 10 points of the Shamrocks at the end of the first quarter, but North Harrison continued the pressure and pulled ahead more each passing quarter. The final score was Pattonsburg 80, North Harrison 160. In the second match, the Panthers edged out Tri-County. The final score was Pattonsburg 130, Tri-County 100. The final match of the evening was held at Pattonsburg against Winston. Both teams ate pizza in the former FACS room and then played a match. Winston was able to keep scoring consistently against the Panthers. The final score was Pattonsburg 120, Winston 210. High scorers for the evening were Geoffrey Hartley with 150 points, Carl Parman with 90, and Adam Sullivan and Jackson Zamora with 10 each. The team earned 70 points on bonus questions. . . .
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