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  • Swofford Named Outstanding New Superintendent

    Brad Swofford, superintendent, has been named one of eight Missouri superintendents recognized by the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) for outstanding achievement as a new superintendent. This award is presented annually to those who are in their second or third year of employment as a superintendent and have made a measurable contribution to the district which they serve.

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  • Women's Choirs Sing for Harmony House

    The BHS Advanced Women’s Chorus joined the women’s choirs from Missouri State University, Bolivar High School and the Springfield Girls Choir in a benefit concert, entitled I Have a Voice, last Sunday.

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  • FFA Area Leadership Conference

    FFA members competed in the Area 12 Leadership Contest on March 19. The contest was hosted by Ozark High School. The students are under the direction of Nicole Crocker and Aaron Magnuson.

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  • Honor Council Award Goes to BHS

    The BHS Student Council has been named an Honor Council by the Missouri Association of Student Councils. Honor Councils must establish a comprehensive program in promoting student activities and student leaders. The award was made at the annual state Student Council Meeting held at Lindbergh High School on March 11.

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  • Third Session of Parenting in the Digital Age

    The Branson School District is hosting a series of three informational meetings this spring that will focus on the topic Parenting in the Digital Age. The series is designed to provide parents, staff and the Branson community with information on the many ways social media is used in the school and home environment.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Scheduled

    The Branson School District will hold an introduction event entitled Ready, Set, Go - also known as Kindergarten Registration - for students enrolling for the 2019-2020 school year.

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  • BHS Musicians Headed to State

    BHS musicians competed at the District Solo and Ensemble Contest March 9. Eight of the solo and ensemble performances earned an Exemplary rating and will advance to the State Music Contest scheduled in April.

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  • CRI Students Win at Regional Spelling Bee

    Two sixth graders at Cedar Ridge Intermediate advanced to the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee after their win at their school competition in February. Justine Patinople and Connor Kleypas competed at the Regional Bee held in Rolla last week. Patinople earned fourth place overall and Kleypas earned fifth place overall.

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  • District Voices Advance to State

    Branson High School vocalists competed at the South Central District Music Contest held March 9 at Clever High School Those students earning an Exemplary rating will advance to the State Music Contest scheduled April 27 on the campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia. They are under the direction of Jacob Carlew.

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  • Ruprechts Provide Students with Books

    The Ruprecht Organization, owners of Branson area McDonald’s restaurants, donated $1,730.23 to Branson PTO to purchase books for students through its spring Book Fair. The donation was used to purchase books for students at Cedar Ridge Primary, Cedar Ridge Elementary, Cedar Ridge Intermediate, Buchanan Elementary and Buchanan Intermediate.

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