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Using the most recent assessment data, continuous planning will include revisions in curriculum, professional development, instructional strategies, etc.I encourage everyone to work with your principals and be active participants in this improvement process.Nadine Mc Kinzie (left) and Primary School Principal, Sandra Haight (right) accepted the check from Ann Hammonds (center) of Harrisonville Walmart on Tuesday, Aug. The Grant will be used to enhance the kindergarten reading curriculum. Staff vacancies and reassignments within the district have allowed five new staff members to join the district this fall. She holds a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Rockhurst University and a Bachelor of Arts in Issues in Psychology and Deaf Studies from Ottawa University.In her first year of teaching, Jenna Loucks will serve as a Speech Language Pathologist.
The Pleasant Hill R-III School District met 14 of 14 standards.
2nd year – Spencer Adams, Tyler Alexander, Bejamin Anderson, Jared Burge, Kala Cleveland, Amanda Crawford, Cheyann Dillon, Katharine Driscoll, Cole Eason, Joshua Griffith, Brittany Hastings, Justina Homan, Holly Hoover, Brianna Jackson, Braye Jones, Mary Josselet, Royce Kerchner, Katie Lane, Ashten Link, Kevin Mahoney, Hunter Melies, Armando Moreno, Cheyenne Nelson, Andrew O’Neill, Daniel Peters, Julia Pittman, Mallory Purnell, Emily Reed, Trenten Roach, Sarah Rutherford, Nikki Sherwood, Abigail Shields, Brett Siebeneck, Luke Stevenson, Corey Todd, James Watson, Brecklynn Williams, Miriam Young, Tiffany Zinn.
Junior – 1st year – Ross Bruns, Hanna Rogers, Ethan Tucker, Ashley Wood. 3rd year – Samantha Baker, Amy Barzilla, Collin Boyd, Carl Emanuel, Erin Fountain, Jared Gipfert, Hannah Guffey, Mary Haight, DJ Hink, Melanie Humphrey, John Jurss, Paige Norris, Aaron Orpin, Bailey Page, Jordan Powell, Jonathan Randle, Bret Smith, Andrew Snow, Logan Stroburg, Chelsey Webber, Evelyn Wouters, Hannah Wouters.
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.