Subject: Cub Pride - April 25th, 2014
Date to send: 4/25/2014 at 12:00 PM




ImageMessage from the District Office 
Ken Gaspar, Board of Education Member

        The construct of the Monett R-1 Board of Education is no different than any other Board of Education in the state of Missouri, but the way in which we operate is something I hope makes our patrons proud.
 
        Upon being elected to the board, I quickly learned what it meant to serve the community as a board member. There is a great deal of information to be garnered. We all are required to participate in a 16-hour workshop to learn what to do. What is not taught is “how to do it.”  By this, I am referring to the teamwork, dedication, commitment, and passion needed to be not just successful but the best.
 
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This Week's Building Level and Departmental Updates


Monett Central Park Elementary School
Annette Cozort, Principal

                     

                                    


        It’s field trip time for the third graders at Central Park Elementary! This year our students will travel to Diamond, Missouri, for hands-on learning about one of our most famous Missouri figures, George Washington Carver.   This park, dedicated to George Washington Carver, is located and operated by the National Park Service in Southwest Missouri just a short drive from Monett. 
 
        What do you know about George Washington Carver? Mr. Carver was born on the Moses Carver Farm in Southwest Missouri, two miles west of Diamond, Missouri. As a young, child he became known as the “plant doctor” as he tended his secret garden and worked on the 19th century farm. Mr. Carver became a renowned agricultural scientist, educator, and humanitarian.

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Monett R-1 Athletic Director
Daryl Bradley, Director

                                                         
     
        What a great time to be a Cub! Next fall you will see many changes in our athletic facilities. We are set to begin construction on the new football turf surface very soon. Along with the turf, we are purchasing new scoreboards at Burl Fowler Stadium, a new softball scoreboard and gym scoreboards at the high school and middle school. The track at Burl Fowler Stadium will also be resurfaced. None of these projects could have been made possible without the generous financial support from several community members and businesses. We are truly grateful for your support! The projects will begin as soon as the track season concludes. We hope to have all the construction completed by August 1st. I am very excited to be a part of a community that exhibits so much support of its school district.
 

Upcoming Calendar Events

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April 25th, 2014
MHS - FCCLA Paddle Party
MHS - FFA State Convention
MHS - Speech/Debate State
                                     Competition
MHS - 9th Grade Baseball with Carl Junction
MHS - Boys Tennis at Thomas Jefferson
SRTC - Community Blood Drive

April 26th, 2014
MHS - Speech/Debate State Competition

April 28th, 2014
MHS - STUCO Mr. MHS Contest - 
Male (dressed as female) pageant fundraiser for community service events.
MHS - Girls Soccer at Marshfield

April 29th, 2014
MES - First Grade Field Trip to Nature Center
MHS
- Varsity Baseball with Aurora
MHS - Golf at Conference Meet at Aurora
MHS - Girls Soccer at Fair Grove
MHS - Boys Tennis at Republic
MHS - Monett Track Meet
SRTC - Recognition Night - First Session

April 30th, 2014
MES - PreK/Kindergarten Screenings
MHS - Golf -JV Conference Tourney at Monett
MHS - Boys Tennis at Monett Tourney

May 1st, 2014
MMS - Track at Cassville
MHS - Band at PSU Four State Honor Band
MHS - Varsity Baseball with East Newton
MHS - Girls Soccer with Willard
MHS - Monett JV Track Meet
SRTC - Recognition Night - Second Session

      For detailed campus calendar events,  
            click on the following links:

         Monett Elementary School (Pre-K to 2nd)
              
Central Park Elementary (3rd and 4)  
                
Intermediate School (5th and 6th)
                  
Middle School (7th and 8th)
                     
High School (9th to 12th)
              
Scott Regional Technology Center