5:00 PM JV Football vs. Windsor, home
Every Year the Missouri Association of Soil and Water Conservation District’s has an awards program which includes the Missouri Conservation Educator of the Year.
This year as the Benton Co. SWCD was working with the schools on the Coloring and Poster Contest, Mary Weant of Cole Camp’s 5th and 6th grade stuck heavily on the minds of the Benton Co. SWCD staff.
The Benton County Soil and Water Conservation District has a large program for the NACD Poster Contest and offers it to all the schools in the county. A coloring contest for K thru 3rd grades (a local program) and the poster contest for 4th thru 6th grades (which advance to the state competition as well). Mrs. Weant is one of the first teachers to reply to our request regarding interest in the poster contest each year. As part of their grade, all her 5th and 6th grade students are “required” to complete a conservation poster for our contest, and their grade weighs heavily on this portion of their work.
As the contest ended and the results were in, Mrs. Weant was determined to be “the teacher”!! Her classes (2- 5th grades and 3-6th grades), each range from 20 to 28 students per class and each year it is her goal to sweep the county with winners from these classes and this year she was successful. First, Second and Third places were awarded to all students in her classes (5th and 6th grades) from the entire county.
Mrs. Weant is always in attendance at the Coloring and Poster Contest Awards Ceremony provided by the Benton Co. SWCD, to cheer on her students and those from the rest of the county for the awards they are presented and the amazing work they have done.
In addition to the 2017 MASWCD Area Award that was presented to Mrs. Weant on August 1st, it is with great pleasure that we announce Mrs. Mary Weant will be receiving the 2017 Missouri Conservation Youth Educator of the Year Award.
Cole Camp High School Cheerleaders, Savanah Pruitt and Raeann Grunden have been selected as All-American Cheerleaders through the Universal Cheerleaders Association (Varsity Spirit).
All-Americans are selected to try out based on superior cheerleading, dancing and leadership skills at camps across the country. Only the top 10% of the more than 325,000 cheerleaders and dancers who attend the 5,000 Varsity summer camp sessions earn the opportunity.
The individuals are invited to perform in the London New Year’s Day Parade and/or the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Their Coach, Jenny Harms is proud to say that “Cole Camp has had All-American cheerleaders now for 5 years in a row!”
Varsity Spirit, based in Memphis, has been a driving force behind cheerleading’s dynamic transformation into the high-energy, athletic activity it is today, and the leading global source for all things cheerleading and dance. A division of Varsity Brands, Varsity Spirit is a leader in uniform innovation and educational camps, clinics and competitions, impacting nearly a million athletes each year. Focused on safety, entertainment and traditional school leadership, Varsity Spirit’s 1,200 employees have been helping raise cheerleading’s influence and profile since 1974.
The Blue Pride Marching Band will be competing at the Smith-Cotton Invitational in Sedalia this Saturday, September 23rd. Our performance time is 10:42 a.m.
Congratulations to Riley Bright and Abbie Borgman for earning the opportunity to compete in District Golf at Redfield Golf Course in Eugene on Monday, September 25th!!!!
Congratulations to all students that took part in the Jr. High Art Day!! Kian Clark earned 2nd in charcoal, Judd Harms took 2nd in pastel, and Blake Zimmerschied took 4th in graphite!!!
Congratulations to the following for their vocal honors: Hannah Anderson and Emma Dieckman for auditioning on the district level and being placed in District Women's Honor Choir. Congratulations to Maddie Clifton for auditioning on the district level and being placed in District Choir.
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Please join Dr. Tim Roling, the superintendent in the school library for coffee and conversation. These are informal events where community members are invited to stop by, grab a cup of coffee and chat with the Superintendent and enjoy a time of fellowship. There is no agenda or specific topics to be discussed, this is a time to socialize and get to know each other on more of a personal level, and to simply discuss things going on at school. If you prefer to discuss something that would be better suited to a personal conversation feel free to schedule an appointment at your convenience. Whether or not you currently have children in school, the community plays a large role in the success of our school and we value our relationship with you. Looking forward to enjoying a cup of coffee with you! The upcoming dates and times are as follows: September 21st at 6:00 p.m., October 26th at 7:00 a.m., November 16th at 6:00 p.m., and December 21st at 7:00 a.m.