Schools

January Decision Possible on 4-Day Weeks for Greenfield R-IV
A decision on whether to move the Greenfield school system to a four-day week could come as early as next month, if the current indications the...

Lockwood R-1 Considering ‘Hybrid’ Calendar for 2019-20
A proposed calendar presented to the Lockwood R-I Board of Education would see the district adopt a “hybrid” schedule, with aspects of both a...

Greenfield R-IV Holds Forum Discussing 4-Day School Week
With over 30 school districts in Missouri now having adopted a four-day school week, including three neighboring districts, Greenfield R-IV Supt....

Greenfield Elementary principal Don Cox said, “It was great having Santa at school for all the kids. Santa’s workshop is a great event for our students! Thanks for all the elves who pitched in to make it a huge success!” Santa’s Workshop at Grade School

Greenfield Elementary Christmas Program 2018
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Greenfield School Board Discusses Four-Day Weeks
Among the issues discussed by the Greenfield R-IV School District Board of Education during their lengthy Nov. 20 meeting was the recurrent issue of transitioning to a...
Front row, Contessa Lakey, Lexi Lakey, Shane Lakey and Chris Collins. Back row, Asst coach Allen Wilson, Libby Lakey, Carter Lakey, Coach Megan Lenzinger and Dadeville Athletic Director Brent Roundtree. (Submitted Photo) Dadeville Bearcat Lakey Signs To Play College Basketball At Evangel
Lexi Lakey, a senior at Dadeville High School, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, in...

Announcement: Kick-Off Meeting for Greenfield 4-H Program Nov. 19
A kick-off meeting for a new 4-H program centered in Greenfield will be held 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, in the Dade County University of Missouri Extension offices at 2 N....
Packed bleachers honor veterans at Lockwood's Veterans Day assembly. Thank You For Your Service
Greenfield Schools Honor Veterans Greenfield schools students and members of the community braved the snowy weather to attend the Greenfield...

Significant Donation for GHS Band
From Staff Reports The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, Dade County Trust, received gifts totaling $20,000 to be placed in the Greenfield High...

WEMO Conference Considering 8-Man, 11-Man Divisions
The upheaval in area high school athletic and activities conferences may be entering another phase. The WEMO Conference, a group of schools...

The 2018 Dadeville School Carnival 2018 High School and Jr. High School court. Front row: (left to right) Lain Tevis, Khloe Kelly, Crown bearer Cole Baker, Queen Emaley Lutz, King Luke Bushey, Flower girl Kendall Bruegman, Malory Wince and Jason Zirjacks. Back row: Macey Sappington, Matthew Huchteman, Jacy Carlson, Katie Zirjacks, Caleb Walker, Breanna Wince, Clint McGill and Lexi Goodman. (Submitted Photos) Dadeville PTO 2018 Carnival Courts
From Lou Ann Sappington Dadeville Schools The Dadeville PTO hosted the 2018 school carnival on Friday, October 19. The evening was filled with...

Clean Diesel School Bus Grant Awarded to Everton, Miller
The Everton and Miller school districts have been awarded grants from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to purchase new, clean diesel...

OTC to host FAFSA Frenzy event in Springfield
Ozarks Technical Community College will host a free FAFSA Frenzy event on Thursday, Oct. 25 from 5-8 p.m. in the Information Commons West building at the OTC Springfield...
Staff from the Everton School District Early Childhood Education Program along with the Chair of the FutureBuilders Foundation, Jan Mees on the left. (Submitted photo) Everton Earns Program of the Year Award
The Everton R-III School District is the recipient of the Early Childhood Education Program of the Year award from FutureBuilders, the educational...