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  • Sports Updates for April 20-30

    Baseball Schedule

    Thursday (4/22) At King City game is at 4:30

    Friday(4/23) rescheduled game at Tri-County 5:00

    Monday(4/26) rescheduled game with Braymer at home 4:30 followed by South Harrison at 6:30.

    Thursday (4/29) at St. Joe Christian game is at 4:30

     

    Track Schedule

    All track meets that were originally scheduled for the week of April 19-23 have either been rescheduled or cancelled.

    Monday (4/26) JH and HS at Princeton for the Jim King Relays

    Tuesday (4/27) HS track at Stanberry

    Thursday (4/29) JH track at Worth County

                              HS track at Bethany

     

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  • District Scholar Bowl

    Ryelin Hulet Earns #1 Rank in District Scholar’s Bowl Tournament

     

    Five panthers, coached by Mr. Gregg Hartley, competed at the Varsity Scholars Bowl District Tournament on Saturday, April 17. Those is attendance were junior, Ryelin Hulet, and freshmen, Kelsey Crabtree, Kierra de Jong, Gage Iddings, and Timothy Wilson. The team did well in their morning matches, earning them the right to continue on in play, but ultimately lost in a single-elimination afternoon round. Well-done Panthers!

    Congratulations to junior, Ryelin Hulet. He was appointed to the All District Scholar’s Bowl Team, where he earned the #1 Ranking. This means that he had the highest average number of points per game, and also earned the most points total, of any contestant from any team, in the district tournament. The district tournament was not held last year due to Covid, but Ryelin also made the All District Scholar’s Bowl Team his freshman year. Congratulations, Ryelin Hulet!

     

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  • State Science Olympiad Winners

    Mason and Rutledge Bring Home First Place State Science Olympiad Medal

    Congratulations to seventh graders Collin Mason and Kavinly Rutledge for earning first-place medals at
    State Science Olympiad in their event, AgriBio. This is the highest ranking our school has received yet at
    State!!! Science Olympiad is extremely competitive, with many of the same large schools taking home
    the top honors year after year at both the junior high and high school level, so this is a truly phenomenal
    accomplishment on their part. While no one else on the team medaled at state this year, the junior high
    team itself as a whole placed right at the top half of all schools with their total overall points, which we
    are beyond thrilled about. This is especially significant because Science Olympiad is unique in that it
    places all schools in the state together, regardless of their school size or public versus private status, so
    it is truly wonderful that our school could achieve this feat, especially given the fact that we are often
    the smallest school in the state to compete, and this year does not appear to be much different. Two
    other events, Heredity (Gage Iddings and Kelsey Crabtree) and Crime Busters (Kelsey Crabtree and Kierre
    de Jong) also did very, very well and each earned a top-ten spot.
    Our high school team did not have any state medalists this year; however, I am still incredibly pleased
    with them too. This is the first time the high school team as a whole even earned the right to compete at
    state, and given the extreme difficulty of state level testing and the learning curves associated with that,
    I am just happy that we placed higher than several other schools and did not come in at the bottom of
    the list, as one might normally have realistically expected a new team like our’s to do for their first time.
    The high school team’s best event scores were in Designer Genes (Jaden Gannan and Ryelin Hulet) and
    Protein Modeling (Lillian Carter and Courtney Caraway). Both teams look forward to growing in the
    years to come and earning the opportunity to compete again at this level going forward. I am so proud
    of all of our students and believe they represented our school well. Way to go Panthers!
    Here are the awards links, for anyone who is interested in watching them. This is also a good time to
    mention that some of the events that our students practiced and diligently studied for, and then even
    competed in that day, at both the Junior High and High School level, were unfortunately dropped due to
    virtual testing issues associated with them, so student rankings within them are unknown, which is why
    they do not appear within the slide shows. The good news with that is though, all plans for next year at
    both the regional and district level are for on-ground/in-person competitions to thankfully resume again
    next year, so there is that silver lining!


    Junior High Science Olympiad Results:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWLqZ-n1qv0
    High School Science Olympiad Results: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOVbeGRJolM

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  • Science Olympiad Donation

    Sperry Family Gives Mrs. Hulet and Science Olympiad Teams $1,000 Supplies Donation!

    Mrs. Hulet is pleased to say, “The Junior High and High School Science Olympiad Team would like to thank Dustin and Krystyna Sperry for their family’s extremely generous donation to our two teams for current and future event supply purchases. Because Science Olympiad activities are often highly specialized and usually equivalent to being several grade levels ahead of the depth of knowledge of regular classroom work for a typical student of that age, it has not always been financially feasible for us to justifiable certain purchases while working within a limited budget. With this donation however, our teams will now have funding secured to buy all those needed materials, and to become even more competitive going forward in the process with the years to come. Both teams will compete in our virtual state competition Saturday, April 10, 2021, and are very excited to be doing so. This is the first time in our school history that both the junior high and the high school teams have progressed to state as whole teams together, and we want to acknowledge that we would not be here without the support of our district’s parents, staff, administration, and community members. This donation will not be wasted, and both teams are incredibly grateful to have it! Thank you again to Dustin and Krystyna Sperry!!!”

     

    From Dustin and Kystyna Sperry, “We are just so incredibly proud of each of these kids. The time and hard work they put in shouldn’t go unnoticed. Mrs. Hulet is a one of a kind teacher and pushes these kids to be the absolute best they can be. She spends endless hours helping each one of them to be successful in all they do. Thank you, Mrs. Hulet, for everything you do and will continue to do in the years to come. Congratulations Panthers!”

            

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  • Game Schedules for Spring Events

    **Tentative Schedules.  Dates and times are subject to change.**

     

    Track

    *Track practice every Tuesday-Friday from 3:45-4:45.  Practice may extend over that time on some days.

     

    High School Schedule

    3/25 Worth County Early Bird (Grant City, MO)

    4/6 Travis Girratono Memorial Relays @ Albany (Albany, MO)

    4/9 Stanberry Invitational (Stanberry, MO) Neutral 4/15 Trenton Relays (Trenton, MO)

    4/19 Jim King Relays (Princeton, MO)

    4/20 Worth County Tiger Relays (Grant City, MO) Neutral 4/27 Stanberry Bulldog Relays (Stanberry, MO)

    4/29 SH HS Bulldog Relays (Bethany, MO)

     

    Junior High Schedule

    3/30 Worth County JH Early Bird (Grant City, MO)

    4/8 Albany JH Warrior Relays (Albany, MO)

    4/15 Stanberry JH Invitational (Stanberry, MO)

    4/19 Jim King Relays (Princeton, MO)

    4/20 Trenton Middle School Relays (Kansas City, MO)

    4/29 Worth County JH Tiger Relays (Grant City, MO)

     

    Baseball

    *Baseball practice will be at 2:00 on Mondays and 4:00 on Tuesday-Friday.  Times are subject to change.

     

    Baseball Schedule

    3/26 North Harrison (Eagleville, MO) Away V, JV

    3/29 Osborn (Osborn, MO) Away V, JV 4:30 PM

    4/1 North Andrew (Rosendale, MO) Away V 4:30 PM

    4/8 Braymer Home V 5:00 PM

    4/14 DeKalb Home V, JV 4:30 PM

    4/16 Albany Home V 5:00 PM

    4/19 Trenton (Trenton, MO) Away V, JV 5:00 PM

    4/20 Tri-County (Jamesport, MO) Away V 5:00 PM

    4/22 King City (King City, MO) Away V, JV 4:30 PM

    4/26 South Harrison Home V, JV 5:00 PM

    4/29 St. Joseph Christian (St. Joseph, MO) Away V, JV 4:30 PM

    5/3 Princeton Home V, JV 5:00 PM

    5/6 GRC East vs West Away V

    5/10 South Nodaway Home V, JV 4:30 PM

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  • Preschool and Kindergarten Screenings

    KINDERGARTEN AND PRESCHOOL SCREENINGS

    The Pattonsburg R-II School District will start taking information April 6 th for the 4-year old
    preschool program and Kindergarten class for the 2021-2022 school year. Please call Mrs. Stanley or
    Ms. Sayre at 367-2111 to set up an appointment. You will need to bring the child’s immunization
    records, birth certificate, social security card, and proof of residency to the screening. Students that are
    currently enrolled in the preschool will be screened during school hours and will not have to set up an
    appointment. Children must be 4 years old before August 1, 2021, to be eligible for the preschool and 5
    before August 1, 2021, to enroll in Kindergarten.

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