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  • Public School Participation in CARES Act

    As required by law, the Nonpublic School Participation in Services through the Coronavirus Aide, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act can be viewed here.

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  • Athletic and Activity Guidelines for Field Usage

    With the Shelter in Place for Branson being lifted, the Branson School district will use the following guidelines regarding facility use. These guidelines are based off of Governor Parson’s recovery plan for the state of Missouri and recommendations by the Missouri State Athletic Association.

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  • Kindergarten Registration 2020-2021

    Kindergarten Registration is underway for the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • Senior Week 2020 Schedule

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  • Math Winners at OTC Contest

    Thirteen members of the BHS Math competed in the Great Plains Math League tournament last Friday. The contest included students representing 12 area schools and was held on the OTC Richwood Valley campus.

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  • JH is Top Fundraiser for Sporting Chance

    District staff and students have been raising money to support the Sporting Chance games scheduled in April. The total fundraising efforts brought in $784.76 to support the games. The Junior High team raised $226 and was awarded the travelling trophy for fundraising.

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  • Schmidt Advances to State Contest

    The District Speech Tournament was held March 6 and hosted by Central High School. BHS had eight students qualify for the district competition. They are under the direction of Darin Williams.

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  • Healthy Tips for Home and School

    The following information is being provided in an effort to give families accurate information regarding COVID-19, along with best practices for maintaining a healthy environment at school and at home.

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  • Dance Team Takes Third at State

    The BHS Sweethearts Dance Team earned third place at the State Contest held in Kansas City last weekend. The team competed with two performances in the Division 4 category. They are under the direction of Kristen Dasto.

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  • Thompson Honored at MAESP Meeting

    Stacie Thompson, assistant principal for Cedar Ridge Elementary and Cedar Ridge Intermediate, was honored at the Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals annual meeting held last weekend. She was named Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year representing the southwest region.

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  • Knights Make Donation to District

    Members of the local Knights of Columbus Unit #670 presented a $1,214.88 check to the district’s special education staff to be used for students and programs. The check represented proceeds from the Knights annual fund raising campaign.

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  • CRE Students Organize Soup Drive

    Cedar Ridge Elementary students organized a canned soup drive over the last two weeks. The students brought in 167 cans and donated them to the district’s social work office. The soup will be given to families in need throughout the district.

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  • Student Council Supports Special Olympics

    The BHS student council raised $1,450 through its Second Annual Bowl-a-Thon on February 9. The students partnered with Andy B’s Bowl Social in Branson for the event to raise money to benefit Special Olympics.

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  • FBLA Students Headed to State Contest

    The FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) District 18 Leadership Conference was held February 4 on the campus of Missouri State University. Branson students were among over 400 FBLA members competing and representing area high schools.

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  • Ceramics Contest has BHS Winners

    Art students from BHS competed in the Clay It Up live competition hosted by Nixa High School. The contest called for the artists to create an object within a predetermined time frame as established by a panel of judges. The judges were ceramics professors from Missouri State University.

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  • FCCLA Students Advance to State

    Members of the Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) at BHS participated in the Region 10 STAR Events competition on January 30. The contest was held on the campus of Missouri State University.

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  • JH Places Fourth at MathCounts

    Junior High students competed in the Regional MathCounts Contest held on the campus of Drury University last Saturday. The contest was open to schools from southwest Missouri. The students are under the direction of LeAnn Kennedy.

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  • New Layer of Security at BHS

    We will add an additional layer of security to our daily routine at the High School beginning Monday, February 3. A new security system, known as Hall Pass Visitor Management, will be instituted for visitors who need to conduct business in areas beyond the High School office. This new program will be piloted for grades 9-12 with the possibility of being instituted school-wide next year.

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  • Elementary Students Among All-State Choir

    The All-State Children’s Choir performed at the Missouri Music Educators Association conference on January 22. Four Branson elementary honor choir students were among 170 voices selected for the elite choir.

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  • BHS Math Winners at Lamar Contest

    BHS students competed at the Great Plains Math League contest held at Lamar High School on January 25. They were among 82 students representing 10 area high schools. Branson placed fourth, overall, in the Sweepstakes Round. The students are under the direction of Barb Cogdill and Lora Niles.

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