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  • NASA Night

    This coming Tuesday, September 29, the Pattonsburg R-2 School is taking advantage of an amazing opportunity hosted by the Daviess County Public Library. Together we are giving our students in grades 7 through 12 the chance to not only listen live to a presentation given by a real NASA scientist via our virtual platform, but then to top it off, our students will also have the ability to interact with her and actually ask questions to her themselves! 

    Dr. Svetlana Shkolyar works at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and specializes in the laser-based tools used on the Mars Rovers. The Mars Rovers are currently on Mars trying to determine if there is any microbial life on the planet, and she will be discussing the astrobiological possibilities with our students. This is a once in a life-time opportunity, and we are so excited our students have the ability to partake in it and are very grateful for the Daviess County Library for reaching out to us. Due to the nature of this event however, we do need a signed permission form for each student in attendance. Mrs. Hulet has handed those forms out to students as of today, Friday, September 25, 2020 but if your student has forgotten their's, or they were not in attendance then, you can download the form here and send it in with your student on Tuesday. If you have any questions at all, please contact Mrs. Tuanette A. Hulet via her email, at thulet@pattonsburg.k12.mo.us.
    In anticipation of this event, the Daviess County Library is also hosting a fun night this Saturday evening, their International Observe the Moon Night, from 6:30-8:30 pm.  They will be showing Wall-E in the basement parking lot on a 16' outdoor screen and serving snacks to those who call and request them. Following the movie there will be a moon viewing via Bob Riddle's (their NASA@mylibrary subject matter expert) camera telescope onto the big screen.  Telescopes will also be available for use by guests, at their own discretion--Clorox wipes will be available.  Masks are required.  Please contact them if you have any questions, this event is open to all students in Daviess County.
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  • 2020 Homecoming Dress-Up Days

    Homecoming is next week and we will be taking a trip through the decades!!


     Tuesday: 2020 Tuesday…dress like you did when COVID started and you had to learn or work from home!!  Pajamas, comfy clothes, even business attire and comfy clothes together!!

     Wednesday: Color Me 80’s….bright colors, big hair and rock bands!!!



     Thursday: 60’s & 70’s Fashion Day…tie dye, bell bottoms, flower headbands, big sunglasses!!



       Friday: Green & White Day!! Deck out in your green and white panther attire!!!

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  • Important Information

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  • Free Student Meals for District

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  • Fall Sports Covid-19 Protocol

    Panther Fans 

    Protocol for home activities concerning Covid-19 Social Distancing 

    At this time, Pattonsburg is in MSHSAA’s level 3 and we are allowing all spectators to attend our athletic contests. At this time we are making the following recommendations: 

    • There will be very limited seating in the bleachers in order to attempt to spread out the Band(s). 
    • It is recommended that family units sit together in pods and that family pods be spaced at a minimum of 6 feet from one another. Elementary students and non-athletic participants should be sitting with their family group. This would eliminate the elementary students having their traditional football games on the side of the hill. 
    • It is recommended not to be standing in line for restrooms and concessions. Concession stand items will be limited to pre-packaged items and drinks in order to eliminate waiting for preparation of items. 
    • It is recommended that there be no gathering around the picnic table area. 
    • If it is difficult for you to adhere to these recommendations then it is recommended that you wear a mask while in attendance at our athletic events. 
    • As always, the lower level parking is for handicap and senior citizens only. This year it is even more important that these individuals are able to park in that location so that they can enjoy the event without being exposed to the general public. 

    We are sure many of you are frustrated or angry about many of the decisions that we have had to make about how we are approaching athletics. We are also very frustrated because as administrators we have never experienced anything like this before. We hope we are overreacting because, if we are, that means that we will have a football season, we will have a softball season, and our cheerleaders will cheer and that then we will move into a basketball season. Most importantly, it will mean that our school will remain open. Decisions and precautions now may allow us to have a normal winter and spring sports season, Prom, Athletic and Academic Awards banquet, and most importantly, a normal graduation for the Class of 2021. 

    So, Panther fans, let’s do our part whether we like it or not to keep our kids and our community healthy and to keep our school open as long as possible with our athletic programs active further into the year. 

    Thank you for your cooperation, 

    Lee Warford 

    Athletic Director 

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  • Reentry and Reopening Plan

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