2nd Graders Participated In Easter Egg Hunt!
South Holt Elementary students participated in an Easter egg hunt on Thursday, April 13. Pictured above is Ms. Showalter's 2nd grade class showing off their collection of eggs.
Fifth Grade Science Fair Winner
Every student in the fifth grade was required to complete an experiment, following the scientific method, and a display board. Judging was done by Mr. Casey and his junior and senior classes. (CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES)
SOUTH HOLT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY2017
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 beforefor school entrance; (first day of school).
Any questions can be addressed to Susan Lentz RN BSN, School Nurse.
South Holt Substitute
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.
Conference Championship Banner Unveiled!
The Boys Basketball 275 Conference Championship banner was unveiled at assembly on April 12 honoring the 2016-2017 Boys Basketball team.
Buchanan County Drug Strike Task Force and Linthicum Family Speak To South Holt High School
On Tuesday, April 11th, South Holt hosted two representatives from the Buchanan County Drug Strike Task Force who informed 7-12 students about different drugs and their immediate and long-term effects. In addition, Chuck and Malisa Linthicum, of Rock Port, also shared about their son, Carrick, who passed away August 3, 2016, as a result of an accidental drug overdose. Mr. and Mrs. Linthicum feel compelled to share their experience in hopes of preventing future tragedies from occurring.
Spartan Boys First Place Finish at Stanberry
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Boys Win Track Meet!