South Holt Teachers Honored
At the conclusion of every school year, the South Holt Board of Education provides an Appreciation Dinner for the staff at South Holt.  It was held on Thursday, May 18th this year at the King and Proud Roadhouse. Years of service pins were presented in 5 year increments, to those teachers who have earned them.  Teacher retention is so important to the success of the students and school and this is why we recognize them.  We also know there is a teacher shortage and that our teachers are very valuable to us.  We need to keep our teachers. Teachers receiving pins this year are as follows:


2016-2017 Years of Service Pins

  Name Years of Service Start Date

Kristin Mendenhall 5 Years August 2012

Tim McFarland 5 Years August 2012

Allison Rogers 5 Years August 2012

Michele Schuman 5 Years August 2012

Janah Kent 10 Years August 2007

Letitia Oswald 10 Years August 2007

Jennifer Graham 20 Years August 1997

Lynn Anderson 20 Years August 1997

Lisa Slusher    25 Years August 1992

Chyre Buntz 30 Years August 1987



South Holt Substitute
Teachers Needed

The South Holt R-1 School District is seeking qualified substitute teachers for the 2016-2017 school year. Any potential substitute teacher needs to have 60 college credit hours (in any field of study). South Holt offers competitive pay. The South Holt R-1 School District is an equal opportunity employer.
Those individuals interested in applying will need to acquire a substitute application packet from Mrs. Pam Million in the Superintendent's Office as soon as possible. Please contact Mr. Ted Quinlin in the South Holt Elementary Office with any questions at (660) 446-2356. Please submit completed applications directly to th
e Superintendent's Office.












Students entering 8th grade are required to have a Tdap booster (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) and a Meningitis vaccine. 

Students entering 12th grade are required to have a Meningitis vaccine. If they have already received a Meningitis vaccine, another one is required if the first dose was given prior to age 16.  These seniors will then have all needed vaccines for college entrance. 

Immunization information regarding vaccines for Kindergarten entrance was sent home with students that are enrolled in the South Holt preschool.

Missouri state law requires students to be immunized against vaccine -preventable diseases. Proof of immunizations is required on or before August 16, 2017 for school entrance; (first day of school). 

Any questions can be addressed to Susan Lentz RN BSN, School Nurse.