|Subject: ||Cub Pride April 7, 2017|
|Date to send: ||4/7/2017 at 12:00 PM|
Student Focused...Future Driven
Message from the District Office
Michael Evans, Ed. D, Assistant Superintendent
The Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) will be in full swing in the coming weeks. The MAP assesses students in grades three through eight in Communication Arts and Mathematics and Science in grades five and eight. The high school will administer End-of-Course (EOC) exams for a handful of subjects that include Algebra 1, English 2, Biology, and American Government. The assessments are designed to measure students’ achievement of the standards that have been taught at each particular grade level or course.
All MAP Grade-Level Assessments will be administered online. Online assessments offer unique ways of assessing content and standards that are difficult to assess using paper-and-pencil tests. For example, listening can be assessed easily in an online assessment using a text-to-speech feature that allows students to listen to a reading passage and replay it as many times as they wish before responding to an associated set of questions. Additionally, online assessment allows for supports and accommodations that effectively meet a wide range of student needs. For example, a student has the ability to use a...
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Monett High School
MHS Counselors: Mrs. Beth Nation & Mrs. Kara Tinklepaugh,
Scholarships and Important Upcoming Events
March was scholarship month at Monett High School! MHS students pursuing a post-secondary education are fortunate to have the opportunity to apply for 39 local scholarships. These scholarships are made available to all graduating seniors from area businesses, foundations, and families. Seniors had from March 1-31 to fill out as many scholarship applications that fit their various high school activities or college major and/or career path.
The scholarship process varies from scholarship to scholarship. Some applications require essays on a given topic, and some applications require short- answer responses, giving the scholarship committee insight into students’ long-term goals. A few applications are looking for the student to show character and integrity by defining admirable qualities in another person. Regardless of a student’s major or career path, there is a local scholarship that fits...
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Monett R-1 Departmental Updates
Food Service Department - Ms. Helen Wink, Director
HYDRATION AND YOUR HEALTH
Nutrition News You Can Use
“Learn How to Stay Properly Hydrated to Keep Your Body Healthy”
Staying hydrated is an essential part of staying healthy. Water accounts for almost two- thirds of our body weight, and it enables the success of our most important body functions. If you’re not drinking enough, you can quickly become dehydrated, which can lead to headaches, fatigue, and more serious issues. Staying hydrated can help you stay energized, active, and healthy. Most people know they need to drink in water hot weather or after exercising, but staying properly hydrated is important all year long and is just as important for the average person as it is for serious athletes. For healthy hydration, the trick is understanding what to drink, how much is enough, and when an extra glass can do you good.
Healthy Hydration Choices
Water, soda, sports drinks, fruit juices, coffee, and tea can all help you maintain healthy hydration; however, it is very important to remember that low-calorie or zero-calorie beverages are usually the best choice. Sweetened beverages can be high in calories and low in nutrients. While a sweetened drink is okay as an occasional part of your diet, too many sweetened drinks can lead to weight gain and other...
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Upcoming Calendar Events
Monday, April 10, 2017
9:00 a.m. JV/V Golf @ Logan Rogersville Tournament
5:00 p.m. C-Team Baseball @ Seneca
5:00 p.m. JV/V Soccer vs. Marshfield (Burl Fowler Stadium)
STUCO Senator Elections
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
4:00 p.m. Varsity Track @ Nixa Invitational
4:30 p.m. JV/V Boys Tennis @ Clever
5:00 p.m. V/JV Baseball @ Aurora
5:00 p.m. JV/V Girls Soccer vs. Carl Junction
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
4:00 p.m. East Newton Track Meet
9:00 a.m. JV Big 8 Golf Tournament hosted by Monett
Thursday, April 13, 2017
9:00 a.m. Varsity Golf @ Ozarks Invitational
4:30 p.m. JV/V Boys Tennis vs. Reeds Spring
4:30 p.m. Varsity Track @ East Newton
5:00 p.m. V/JV Baseball @ Seneca
5:00 p.m. JV/V Girls Soccer vs. McDonald County (Monett South Park)
4:00 p.m. Monett Track Meet
Friday, April 14, 2017
No School - District closed for Easter Break!
5:00 p.m. V/JV Baseball @ Branson
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