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FBLA represented LHS well at districts

Posted on February 25, 2015 at 11:32 am

By Elijah Oblinger On Feb. 10, members of the LHS Future Business Leaders of America participated in the District Seven FBLA Conference and Competitions at Hannibal LaGrange University in Hannibal. There were 17 schools represented, with over 350 students participating. Thirteen students from LHS competed and some did very well. Five students from LHS placed in the top ten in their events and two qualified to compete at the Missouri

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  • Students thrive in PLTC computer program

    Posted on January 28, 2015 at 9:55 am

    By Collin Stark Eric Reid and Kendon Chatman both attend Pike- Lincoln Technical Center and participate in the Computer and Networking Technology program. Eric wants to continue his education past PLTC and become a video game designer. Kendon wants to major in computer science. The Computer and Networking Technology program is designed as a one to two year program that studies computer hardware, operating system software and networking technologies. The

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  • Louisiana Middle School honor roll announced

    Posted on January 21, 2015 at 10:57 am

    Louisiana Middle School has announced its Honor Roll and Principal’s Honor Roll for the first semester. To earn Honor Roll, a student must attain a 3.0 GPA and to earn Principal’s Honor Roll, a student must attain a 3.5 GPA. Sixth Grade Principal’s Honor Roll: Nayzeth Ambrocio, Ryleigh Ann Marie Austin, Kaitlyn Marie Benjamin, Madelyn Marie Bolton, Rebecca Elizabeth Calvin, Asia Jahinee Campbell, Marianne Rose Edwards, Caitlyn Susanne Gloe, Sidney

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  • Clopton students earn incentive

    Posted on January 7, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Clopton 6th grade incentive 1

    The Clopton Sixth Grade Education team has developed an incentive program to reward student achievement on a quarterly basis. The criteria for the incentive program include: 95 percent attendance rate, passing all classes, no late assignments, no discipline issues and no more than one tardy. Students meeting all criteria were treated to an incentive/reward day on Dec. 18. This consisted of a MAP trivia game, including refreshments and door prizes,

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  • Clopton D.A.R.E. holds graduation

    Posted on December 30, 2014 at 1:16 pm

    Fifth Grade D.A.R.E. graduates pictured above are Christian Atteberry, Landon Blackwell, William Clark, Logan Dalrymple, Abigail Daskalakis, Lauren Denslow, Julia Eccles, Jordan Elliott, Paul Elliott, Kaylee Ellis, Errett Fitchett, William Hunter, Kylie Lucas, Lucas Martin, Nathaniel Martin, Kevin McGuire, Deacon Mitchell, Jack O’Brien, Abigail Patchin, Emma Pemble, Timothy Roed, Abagael Schlueter, Jonathan Shealor, Alexis Silvey, Kendall Smith, Mason Street, Landon Strus, Kaden Sutton, Lacey Sutton, Caleb Thompson, Tanner Turner, Macy Weitkamp, Tylee Wood and Samantha Wright.

    The Clopton Fifth Grade D.A.R.E. graduation was held Wednesday, Dec. 17. The program included D.A.R.E. shirts for all the graduates, refreshments and D.A.R.E. graduation certificates. Special awards were presented to two essay winners and two outstanding students (one chosen from each fifth grade class). Pike County Sheriff Stephen Korte and D.A.R.E. Officer Kenda Flynn presided over the ceremony. Essay winners Jack O’Brien (Mrs. Allen’s class) and Kylie Lucas (Mrs. Bencomo’s

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  • LHS Christmas concerts

    Posted on December 23, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    LHS Christmas concerts

    The Louisiana High School band (above) and choir (below) both under the direction of Micah Gooden held their Christmas concerts on Wednesday, Dec. 17. The Louisiana Music Boosters provided a punch and cookie reception following the concert.

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  • Stanek receives honor

    Posted on December 17, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Gabbie Stanek

    The Clopton High School Band recently announced that sophomore, Gabbie Stanek made  All-District Honorable Mention Band. Stanek traveled to Moberly on Nov. 8 for blind auditions. Band director Amber Smith said, “Gabbie has been working hard to learn her scales and audition materials for months and it paid off when she received fifth chair in the band. There were numerous clarinets also auditioning. We are very proud of her hard

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