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by Jay Scherder and | February 21, 2012
Here is a CPR in Schools Fact Sheet from the American Red Cross Association: FACT SHEET: CPR in Schools During the 2009 school year, 36 states had a law or curriculum standard encouraging CPR training in schools. Most students age 13 or older have the physical size and strength necessary to deliver effective chest compressions. The ability to assess a medical emergency and call 9-1-1 can be taught to younger students. CPR training programs can be delivered for under $1 per student.
edited news release from Miller Schools | August 13, 2013
MILLER, Mo. - Summer vacation is unexpectedly extended for students in Miller after the elementary school there flooded. School officials cite a mechanical failure as the reason for the flood at Miller Elementary School. According to a news release from the district: Students in second through fourth grade and Mrs. Ewy's first grade will be in different classrooms for a few weeks. Mrs. Ewy's students and second grade will remain at the Elementary School. Students in third and fourth grades will have classrooms at the high school until their classrooms are repaired.
by KY3 News and | May 5, 2013
OMAHA, Ark.-- The Omaha Public School district has canceled classes for Monday, May 6th. The district says it is closing because of vandalism to the school buses. Watch for updates on this story as we get them.  
by KY3 News and | September 18, 2010
Here are the scores for games in the KY3 area on Friday, Sept. 17.  The home team is on the bottom in each pairing. Teams are from Missouri unless stated otherwise. (0-4) Appleton City 0 (4-0) Adrian 54 (WEMO Conference) (0-3) Jasper 0 (2-2) Archie 54 (nonconference) (2-2) Marionville  24 (2-2) Ash Grove  19 (Mid Lakes Conference) (4-0) Cassville  34 (3-1) Aurora  6 (Big 8 Conference) (0-4) Houston  0 (3-1) Ava  46 (South Central Association)
January 19, 2011
Here are the rankings from the Missouri Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (records are through Sunday.) Boys CLASS 5 1. McCluer North [St.L] (17-0) 2. Chaminade [St.L] (16-0) 3. Hazelwood Central [St.L] (14-0) 4. Kickapoo [Spfd.] (13-0) 5. Lee's Summit North (10-3) 6. Nixa (12-4) 7. Raymore-Peculiar (11-3) 8. DeSmet [St.L] (13-2) 9. Raytown South (10-4) 10. Rock Bridge [Columbia] (13-3) CLASS 4 1. Sikeston (13-0) 2. Hillcrest [Spfd.
Maria Neider, KY3 News | August 16, 2011
15-year-old Ashley Burns is a self-proclaimed foodie.  The Granby, Missouri teen chef loves to make her own lunches for school.  Because she enjoys spending so much time in the kitchen, she started putting her own recipes on YouTube.  She calls the clips "Kids In The Kitchen" and dreams to be on the Food Network someday.  Ashley appeared on Ozarks Today to share her healthy recipe for a twist on the typical brown bag lunch and also...
by Paula Morehouse, KY3 News | December 16, 2012
WEST PLAINS --   The West Plains R-7 School District released the following statement on Sunday in response to rumors of possible school violence this week. There have been some rumors circulating in the community about possible school violence on December 21, 2012.   Last week West Plains Schools received some reports about students talking about that date. We treat all threats of violence seriously and investigate them vigorously. After investigating the rumor to its source we concluded there was no threat.
Press Release and | September 19, 2011
NIXA, Mo. -- Congratulations to Nixa High School for being named a 5-Star Leadership school. Nixa is one of 25 schools across the state to receive this award which recognizes leadership and character in the athletic and activity programs in a school. MSHSAA Executive Director Dr. Kerwin Urhahn and Associate Director Stacy Schroeder will present Nixa High School with their 5-Star Banner at halftime of the varsity football game on September 23 vs. Webb City.  Please join the students, coaches, sponsors, parents, and fans as they are honored this Friday night at halftime.
Ashley Reynolds, KY3 News and | August 4, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, --  In less than two weeks, Springfield students will head back to class. As kids are getting their supplies, volunteers are making sure the schools are ready. More than 400 volunteers with James River and Central Assembly spent their Saturday hard at work. Folks gave Pipkin Middle School and York Elementary a facelift. The schools got a fresh coat of paint, new landscape, along with some other upgrades. This partnership saves a lot of money for Springfield Public Schools.
Ashley Reynolds, KY3 News and | January 6, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, -- The biggest school district in the state will likely start the next school year much earlier than normal. Springfield Public Schools could start next school year as early as August 15. Student's last day could also be as early May 15th. This puts S.P.S. on a similar schedule with its neighboring districts. Also, another benefit to starting the school year earlier is the first semester will end before winter break. This will allow students to take finals before break and then start their second semester classes once they return.
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