The Branson School District is pleased to continue the process of online enrollment for the 2015-2016 school year. Online enrollment will streamline district procedures and provide families with a more convenient way to share student information with the district.
Branson High School has six athletes who were honored at the News-Leader Best of Southwest Missouri Preps dinner in Springfield. The athletes were selected for the honor by the staff of the News-Leader based on performance and achievement at district, region and state.
The Drury Center for Gifted Education, in partnership with the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP), honored over 400 of Missouri’s most promising young scholars at a recognition ceremony held May 22 at the O’Reilly Family Event Center.
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.
Warut Vijitbenjaronk earned first place at the Greater Plains Math League Regional competition held in Kansas City last weekend. He advanced to the Regional contest after scoring first place at the State contest held on the University of Missouri campus in April.
Representatives from the Branson Education Foundation presented a $10,000 check to Shelly Worley, Cedar Ridge Primary principal, for preschool scholarships. The money was raised during the annual fund raiser and will provide preschool students an opportunity to be kindergarten-ready.
Cheyenne Simmons, junior, and Lance Junck, freshman, competed in the MSHSAA State Speech and Debate Contest last weekend. They qualified at the district level to advance to the very competitive state contest. They are under the direction of Debbie Smith.
Members of the BHS chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) joined Missouri high school students at the annual state-wide conference held at Lake of the Ozarks last week.