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Career-Based learning exposes students to possibilities

Learning exposes students to possibilities

RUSSELLVILLE ENCOURAGES POST-GRADUATION PURSUITS

RUSSELLVILLE ENCOURAGES POST-GRADUATION PURSUITS

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Anderson graduates

Anderson Graduates

Allee receives doctorate

Allee receives doctorate

Russellville schools to update safety plans

Administrators at Cole County R-1 Schools will discuss the school safety plans after the Christmas break.

California school board and administrators discuss safety

School safety was among the topics discussed by the California R-I School Board and administrators at the regular board meeting Wednesday, Dec. 19

Russellville students support Red Cross Disaster Services

Students in the Cole County R-1 elementary school’s thirdgrade classes of Laurie Koestner and Amber Morrow

Russellville High School celebrates success

While the first snow swirled outside causing lights to flicker and shutters to bang, students and faculty at Russellville High School held a Celebration of Success.

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Speech team takes first place

Speech Team finishes first

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California School Board considers timing of next bond issue

Another Bond Issue

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California teachers have poverty simulation

California teachers have poverty simulation

LU names presidential finalists

Mid-Missourians will get a chance next week to meet the three finalists for Lincoln University’s vacant president’s job. The three finalists were identified Friday as: Bernard Franklin, an NCAA officer in Indianapolis; Rosalind Fuse-Hall, a director of Title III programs; and Kevin Rome, a vice chancellor at North Carolina Central University.

Archery training for area phys ed teachers

California Teachers trained in archery

Russsellville Bookmobile

Bookmobile visits Russellville

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PTO Extravaganza draws many

Many vendors were set up in booths in the California Elementary School gym on Saturday, Nov. 10, for the PTO Extravaganza. The event drew many customers searching for just the right Christmas gift, or something for themselves, or maybe a tutu for their dog. There was also facepainting for the younger set. Lunch and snack items were available on the stage. Some went to the PTO event while family members were at the Pintos Football game down the hill at Riley Field. Others went to the bazaar first and then down the hill in time to watch the game, which ended with a good solid win for the home team. The Elementary School Book Fair, held upstairs in the school library, was also open for the PTO event. The California PTO has a number of fundraisers each year to benefit the school in different areas.