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  • No School - Thursday, January 18

    No school Thursday, January 18 due to inclement weather.

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  • BE Welcomes Sports Author

    Buchanan Elementary students welcomed visiting author Ryan Sloth to their school on Wednesday. The former college football player and coach provided the students with entertaining stories about sports and stressed the importance of always striving to put forth their best effort.

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  • Foundation Donates to JH Store

    The Cents of Pride store has opened at the Junior High. The store officially opened as we began the second semester and is designed to work just as it does at the High School.

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  • BHS Speech Team Results

    BHS was among 14 area schools competing in the Fair Grove Tournament held December 9. Branson earned first place at the tournament with 43 total entries. The students are under the direction of Christopher Kensinger.

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  • JH Artists and Teacher in MSU Exhibit

    Three students and their teacher from Branson Junior High were selected for the Teacher and Student Exhibit that took place at the Missouri State University this month. They were selected from among entries submitted by southwest Missouri schools.

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  • BHS Hosts Math Games

    BHS hosted its 10th Annual Math Games December 16. Fifty Branson students competed in the three-round event which consisted of a 45-minute multiple choice test relating to the student’s current math course; a Sudoku contest; and a four-person elimination competition. The students are under the direction of Barb Cogdill and Lora Niles.

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  • Special Services Receive Donation

    Members of the local Knights of Columbus Unit #670 presented a $1,669.39 check last Monday to be used in the district’s special education program. The check represented proceeds from the Knights annual fund raising campaign.

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  • McDonald's Awards Classroom Grants

    The Ruprecht Organization, owners of Branson McDonald’s restaurants, awarded a $500 Balanced Active Lifestyle Grant to Cedar Ridge Primary classroom instructor Deneen Wuest for a Kindergarten Motor Lab program. A $500 grant was also awarded to Buchanan Intermediate classroom instructor Brandon Scott to promote the Million Step Club program.

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  • Patriot Pen Winners Honored by VFW

    Branson-Hollister VFW Post #11290 sponsored the annual Patriot’s Pen writing competition this fall among area schools. The contest asked middle school students to write on the topic “America’s Gift to My Generation.” The writing competition is also sponsored nationally by VFW.

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  • BHS Math Students Score at Hollister

    BHS mathematicians competed in the GPML contest hosted by Hollister High School on Saturday. Six area high schools were represented with teams. The Branson students are under the direction of Barb Cogdill and Lora Niles.

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