GBE Reading Counts
Three students at Gratz Brown Elementary celebrated earning 1,000 Reading Counts points by having lunch with Superintendent McCluskey.
Konner Wells, fourth grader, enjoyed chatting with Mrs. McCluskey.
Fifth grade twins and sisters, Vivienne and Cheyenne Lea, were thrilled to visit Central Office and have lunch with the Superintendent of the Moberly School District.
Saturday, April 12 Check in starts at 7:30 AM. Race starts at 8 AM. Starts at MHS parking lot. Park in MATC lot. Registration Form
King & Queen of Healthy Hearts
Spring Fashion Show
SAVE THE DATE!
Girls K-12, mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, etc. Come strut your stuff at the spring fashion show and hang out with 2014 Miss Moberly Micki Cullifer! Friday, April 11, 6:30 - 8:30 at the MHS auditorium. For more info contact Jackie Drage (Girls' Circle) at 660/676-4672 or Trisa Redington (GBE) at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
Free Prom Dresses
Gently worn second hand formal dresses.
Must see to believe!
Contact Mrs. Johanning in the MATC building.
Moberly CTA members attended the NEMSTA Capitol Visit to speak with elected officials shaping education legislation
Boys Basketball Team
presents donation to
Chris Burger Cancer Foundation
"IN PRAISE OF FARMERS" NIGHT
ATTRACTS MOBERLY FFA
The Randolph Area Pachyderm Club celebrated "In Praise of Farmers" night Tuesday at Nelly's in Moberly. Many area farmers and agribusiness leaders gathered for the program. Among the standing room only crowd were 14 members of the Moberly High School FFA chapter.
Pausing after the program: front row, from left--FFA advisor Katie Harvey, Shelby House , Brittany Bradley and Rayanna Barfield; middle, from left--Jami Nelson, Callie Patton, Brooke Herrin and Carley McCall; and back row, from left--Deputy Director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture Harry Bozoian, Skylar Elliott, Brenden Weirich, Courtland Ross, Phil Moss, Ezra Hillen, Jayden Winkler, Jackson Wood and Mo Ag Director Richard Fordyce, the keynote speaker.
Others attending the dinner meeting included Randolph County officials Eastern District Commissioner Wayne Wilcox, Assessor Richard Tregnago, Treasurer Penny Henry, Prosecutor Mike Fusselman, Public Administrator Maryjo Colley and Clerk Will Ellis; Rep. Tim Remole of Excello and Sarah Barfield, representing U.S. Senator Roy Blunt.
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2014-2015 Community Card
Be on the lookout for elementary and middle school students selling the cards to raise funds for their schools.
DECA has taken on this fundraising project by soliciting the businesses to participate in the promotion and printing of the cards in-house on a card printer purchased with grant monies. This keeps 100% of all funds raised in our school district rather than paying out 1/2 of the amount to an outside company.
All items are buy one get one free. The card sells for $10 and has $95 worth of free product/services available.