Each student has a portfolio which he/she is responsible for filling with the following required elements: pieces of choice work from each class, teacher behavior information sheets, grade card and student prepared plan of progress.
Eighth graders and parents will meet in the gym while seventh graders and their parents will meet in the cafeteria. Students will present their portfolio to their parents and a teacher will be at the table to answer specific questions and help guide the student through this process.
Teachers can check out the Cart On Wheels and use them with kids to access the internet and Google apps.
The COW has 25 netbooks that can connect to the internet wirelessly. Kindergarten teacher, Debi Mercer received a 0 Grant from Harrisonville Wal-Mart. In her first year of teaching, Courtney Shillcutt will serve as Speech / Language teacher.
Each conference will take approximately 10 minutes.
There is no need to make an appointment, just follow the schedule below: ( The preliminary Annual Performance Report (APR) was released last Friday.
They will perform at the new Smith Cotton High School in Sedalia, MO on Sat. The Education Funding Group Card Program for schools starts in November.
The program is a quick and easy campaign that involves the selling of the EFG Preferred Dining Card.
Sophomore - 1st year – Curtis Barger, Jordan Coates, Stephanie Cox, Brittney Parton, Clint Richardson, Kirstie Roach, Virginia Schley-Miller.It is a restaurant/entertainment discount card that sells for and entitles the holder to 15 buy-one-get-one free deals at participating businesses in the Pleasant Hill area.For more information, please contact Jackie Emo, 816-540-3161, ext. Middle School: STUDENT LED CONFERENCES: Monday & Tuesday, October 18 & 19 from -pm Our middle school format, referred to as “student-led conferences” allows students to play an important role in acknowledging their educational responsibilities under the guidance of their advisory teachers.Congratulations to the entire staff are in order because our district, for the sixth consecutive year, met 100% of Missouri’s performance standards.The administration and Board greatly appreciate your effort and focus on improved instruction during the past years.