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  • Summer School Provides Free Meals

    In conjunction with the Summer School Program in the Branson School District, a free nutritious meal will be available to children age 18 and younger and eligible disabled adults. You do not need to attend summer school to participate in this program.

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  • Retirees Honored with Reception

    Retiring staff members were honored for their years of service to the district at a reception held in their honor May 10. We wish them all the best in their retirement.

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  • Seniors Earn $6.6 million in Scholarships

    Senior Awards Night was held last Monday in the High School Auditorium. Academic awards and scholarships totaling $6.6 million were awarded to members of the graduating class of 2017.

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  • Fine Arts Academy Appointment

    Branson High School delegates to the Missouri Fine Arts Academy are Nathan Brixey and Clara Gaut. The Academy is scheduled June 4-24 on the campus of Missouri State University.

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  • BHS Store Receives $10,000 Grant

    The Cents of Pride store for BHS students received a $10,000 grant from the Stanley and Elaine Ball Foundation last Thursday. The grant was awarded to the Branson Education Foundation and passed through to the High School for its store.

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  • Missouri Scholars Academy Selections

    Branson High School students Jack Akers, Saminah Munshi and Sameerah Munshi have been selected to attend the 2017 Missouri Scholars Academy. They are among 330 of Missouri’s gifted students who are currently in their sophomore year of high school and will attend the three-week residential program.

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  • Rodriguez Headed to Rotary Leadership

    Cianna Rodriguez, a sophomore, has been selected as the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Academy participant. The program is developed by some of Missouri’s top educators and is designed to identify and enhance the qualities of Servant Leadership for high school students.

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  • Junck Named State Speech Champion

    Lance Junck, a junior, is the MSHSAA State Champion in Poetry Reading. The contest was held April 22 on the campus of Missouri State University. He is under the direction of Debbie Smith.

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  • JA Makes Donation to Band Program

    Junior Auxiliary of Taney County presented David Opperman, director of bands, and Jack Harris, BHS principal, with a $411 donation for the band program.

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  • Smith Sworn in as New Board Member

    The oath of office was issued to Craig Wescott, Angie Smith and Jeff Smethers at last Thursday’s meeting of the board of education. The three were elected to serve three-year terms as a result of the April 4 election.

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