Branson Public Schools

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  • Retirees Honored at Reception

    A reception was held for retirees last Wednesday in the district offices. The list of retirees and their years of service to public education include:

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  • Senior Honor Recipients Announced

    Senior Awards Night was held last Monday in the High School Auditorium. Academic awards and scholarships totaling $8.5 million were awarded to members of the graduating class of 2018.

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  • CRI Honor Choir Donates to CAM

    The Cedar Ridge Intermediate Honor Choir was in concert May 1 at Branson United Methodist Church. The Choristers asked friends and family attending the concert to bring at least one nonperishable food item to be donated to the food pantry at Christian Action Ministry.

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  • Carlson Named Science/Technology Delegate

    Mason Carlson, a sophomore, has been named a Delegate of the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders. He will attend the delegation scheduled June 29-July 1 and held in Boston, MA. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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  • Junck Earns State Speech Honor

    Lance Junck, a senior, is the MSHSAA State Champion in Poetry Reading. The contest was held April 21 on the campus of Missouri State University. Junck was also the State Champion in Poetry Reading in 2017.

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  • Students Among Top Math Competitors

    Members of the BHS math team competed at the state level of the Great Plains Math League contest last Saturday. State competitors qualified at GPML contests held earlier this school year. The contest included 135 students representing 32 schools and was held on the campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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  • FBLA Leadership Conference Results

    The BHS chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda competed in the State Leadership Conference held April 8-10 in Springfield. The three-day conference featured workshops, keynote speakers and networking opportunities. More than 5,000 high school students and advisors attended the event.

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  • BHS Choirs Earn Top Marks at State

    The BHS choirs advanced to the State Large Ensemble Contest held April 17. The students are under the direction of Jacob Carlew.

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  • McTeacher Night Benefits Schools

    McTeacher Night was a tremendous success for two of our elementary schools last week. The Ruprecht Organization, owners of area McDonald’s restaurants, donated a percentage of all proceeds from sales to our schools to be used for students. McTeacher Night is held each fall and spring.

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  • New Activity Fields Officially Open

    The new activity fields are open for use. A ribbon cutting was help on the Cedar Ridge campus April 9 to officially open the fields.

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