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    Dear Families:


    Get ready! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming our way (YAY!). Choosing their books empowers kids and inspires them on their journey to becoming lifelong readers. AND—as always—every purchase at the Fair benefits our school.   


    Here’s what you need to know about the big event, which will take place from December 11-15.


    Special Event Nights:


    Monday, December 11th Fall Athletic Awards Night from 4:00-7:00

    Thursday, December 14th Christmas Musical Night from 4:00-7:00

    Friday, December 15th Varsity Basketball Night from 4:00-7:00


    Say goodbye to cash and hello to eWallet—your child’s digital payment account. Before the Fair, set up eWallet for worry-free, cash-free purchases. Anyone can contribute! Share each child’s eWallet so friends and family can add funds and give your kids more books to enjoy.


    If you can’t make it to the Fair, then shop at our school’s Book Fair online. All orders ship directly to your home, and shipping is free for book orders over $25. Every online purchase will also benefit our school.


    Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and get started with eWallet and online shopping:



    The countdown to more Bookjoy is on! Catch you at the Fair!


    Happy reading,


    Mrs. Jones

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  • December Sports and Activities Schedules

    Click on the following links:

    Athletic Schedule

    Activities Schedule


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  • K-3 Visit Museum Prairiefire

    Kindergarten through third-grade classes were able to take a trip to the Museum Prairiefire. The students all had a wonderful time and were excited to share their experiences when they came back to school. They were able to learn about Missouri History, participate in hands-on activities, and even hold a hissing cockroach.  

    For more information, visit their website at https://www.visitthemap.org/

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  • Vape-free: Your lungs will thank you.

    The increased use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) has reversed a trend of declining teen tobacco use in Missouri. Data show nearly one in four high school students use e-cigarettes and half of these students tried to quit using tobacco products in the last year. E-cigarettes contain nicotine, a chemical that is highly addictive. Not only does the use of these products increase the risk for addiction, but it may also worsen chronic health conditions, like asthma, which puts students at risk of increased absenteeism and lower academic performance.

    Vaping facts

    • Many vapes contain nicotine making them addictive
    • Vapes can contain the same harmful chemicals found in cleaning products, nail polish removers, weed killers, and bug spray
    • Vapes can leave young people at increased risk of depression and anxiety
    • The nicotine in 1 vape can = 50 cigarettes. Depending on the size of the vape and nicotine strength, it can be much higher
    • Young people who vape are 3 times as likely to take up smoking cigarettes
    • Vape aerosol is not water vapor
    • Vaping has been linked to lung disease.
    • Vapes can cause long-lasting damaging effects on the brain and physical development.

    Below is a list of resources that you can use to talk to your child about the dangers and addictions associated with e-cigarettes. The first one showcased is an informational paper written by Senior Kelsey Crabtree.

     The Effects of Vaping  By Kelsey Crabtree

    Quick Facts on the Risks of E-cigarettes for Kids, Teens, and Young Adults

    Know the Risks: A Guide to E-cigarette Presentations

    How to Quit Vaping




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  • 2023-2024 JV and Varsity Basketball Schedule

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  • 2023-2024 Junior High Basketball Schedule

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