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Students Gain Honors At Film Festival

The Spanish classes at Pattonsburg High School entered three films in the 11th Annual Foreign Language Film Festival, held on April 6, 2018 at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg.  Approximately 16 schools entered over 100 films in Spanish, French, Chinese, or German. The students wrote their own scripts, acted in, directed, and edited their films.   Spanish I (Brittani Adams, Patrick Cowley, Cody Crabtree, . . .

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Graduation Plans Announced

    Graduation:  Sunday, May 6 @ 2:00 pm Speaker:  Todd Wiedmaier Flower: White Rose Class Colors: Red and Silver Class Motto: "Maybe life isn't about avoiding the bruises.  Maybe it's about collecting the scars to prove we showed up for it."     

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Scholar Bowl Team Reaches Semi-finals in District; Zamora Named To All-District Team

  The Pattonsburg scholar bowl team played at the District Tournament at Princeton on Saturday, April 14. Team members participating were Madison Hulett, Sofia Nunn, Grace Warner, and Jackson Zamora. As usual, participating teams played three round-robin games to determine placement in the tournament. The Panthers first faced an old opponent from HDC days, Winston. Although they kept close in the first quarter, Pattonsburg was . . .

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High School Track Members Break School Records

Two school track records were recently broken by Peyton Jones and Brett Curtis.  At the Cameron meet on April 10, Curtis cleared 6'2" in the high jump, breaking Bill Thompson's record of 6'0" set in 1992.  Jones jumped 44' 1/2" in the triple jump at Trenton on April 12 to break his own record of 42' 4" set last year.

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Character Word for March "HONESTY" Brings Honor To Students

Students from the Pattonsburg Elementary grades were selected by their respective classroom teachers for displaying honesty in the classroom and on the playground.  Selected were:  Ms. Sayre's Kindergarten, Anthony Anderson ; Mrs. Shock's First Grade, Kaos Sweiger ; Mrs. McCrary's Second Grade, Aden Woodward ; Mrs. Read's Third Grade, Abby Loxterman ; Mrs. Price's Fourth Grade, Camden Mossburg . . .

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