It's good to see @reedsspringhs juniors again! We look forward to having freshmen and sophomores here on Thursday to pick up their devices. #ONEwiththePACK
Parents of 8th graders and 12th graders should check their email for important information about required immunizations.
RSHS Principal Dr. Isaac Sooter took part in the administrator discussion panel at the rootEd Missouri Conference. Our Student Success Advisor Paige Cyrus-Ham also helped to train other schools. #ONEwiththePACK
RSHS Laptop Pickup Seniors: Wednesday, August 10 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Juniors: Wednesday, August 10 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Sophomores: Thursday, August 11 from 8:30 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Freshmen: Thursday, August 11 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Families must complete Online Registration first. There is a $20 maintenance fee for high school devices. The fee must be paid online at https://www.one2onerisk.com You will use your student lunch pin for the "Student ID or Participation Number."
An email has been sent to RSHS families with the August Newsletter.
Families should receive an email on Tuesday, August 2 with instructions on how to register online for the upcoming school year. If you do not receive the email, please contact Dana Andrus at email@example.com or call 417-272-8173.
Supply Lists: Pre-Algebra and Algebra I Calculator (TI-30XIIS or TI-30XS) Pencils Folder Ear Buds Natural Science or Biology Wide-ruled, 100-sheet spiral notebook Folder to store worksheets
Students who are new to Reeds Spring Schools can enroll starting on Wednesday, August 3. A parent or guardian must visit the building that the student will attend. Please bring a birth certificate, proof of residency (utility bill), and immunization records. Registration hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. daily. Families who have students who already attend Reeds Spring Schools will receive an email with registration instructions on August 2. Please call 417-272-8173 if you have any questions. #ONEwiththePACK
Three teams from Gibson Technical Center placed in the top 20 of their events at the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. HOSA is a career and technical student organization for students planning to pursue health professions. Ally Whorton of Hollister and Aurora Leininger of Blue Eye placed in the Emergency Medical Technician category. Kylee Kyle of Galena and Preston Blubaugh of Reeds Spring placed in the Community Emergency Response Teams category, as did the team of Hailey Cogdill of Hollister and Ross Chapman of Branson. Other GTC competitors included Cheyenne Burns, Makenzie Biggers, Paige Rowton, Alexis Baskins, and Angel Dowdy. In addition to competing, these students attended various workshops and presentations, and networked with other health science students.