There will be two seats open for the Board of Education election on April 3, 2001. The incumbents are Frank Collop and Brenda Kelsey. Those elected will serve three-year terms. The first day for candidates to file is Tuesday, December 19, 2000 at 8:00 a.m. The last day for candidates to file will be Tuesday, January 16, 2001 at 5:00 p.m.
A candidate must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of the Adair County R-II School District, have resided in the state of Missouri for at least one year preceding the election, and be at least 24 years of age.
Candidates must file a campaign expenditure affidavit and agree to obtain 16 hours of credit in school boardmanship within 12 months of the election.
Interested candidates may pick up filing materials in the Superintendent's office beginning at 8:00 a.m. on December 19, 2000 until noon. The office will be closed December 25 and 26. We will be open on December 27, 28, and 29 from 8:00 a.m. to noon then we will again close on January 1, 2001. Regular office hours will resume on January 2, 2001. On January 16, the office will be open until 5:00 p.m. for filing purposes. Questions? Call the Superintendent's office at 323-5272 during regular business hours.
Citizens have until Wednesday, March 7, 2001 to register to vote
in the April general election.
The Adair County R-II Music Department will be presenting
their Christmas program entitled "Share the Joy with Music"
on Thursday, December 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.
This event is in conjunction with the December PTS meeting. All
elementary general music classes, the elementary and high school
bands, and the high school glee club will be participating. The
public is welcome to attend. A box in the entryway will be available
for patrons to bring their "Pepsi Notes" from the Share
the Joy with Music campaign. Any and all contributions will
be greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to the following students for having their artwork selected for the Northeast District Traveling Art Show--High School: Lacey Hale, Lindsey Dimmitt, Sarah Wheeler, Rachel Turner, Josh Hettinger, Brandon Crandall, Lisa Coin, Cory Shaver, Tara Stutsman, and Shelly Howard. Elementary: Shelby Mills and Tyler Heimer. This exhibit will travel to more than ten area schools before arriving back in Brashear in the fall of 2001.
Kelly Moore has been selected to the NEMO high school All-District Honorable Mention Band. She was chosen by audition on November 11 and will perform in concert on January 13.
Congratulations also to Brooke Salter, Dani Moyer, Morgan Shahan,
Holly Hazen and Samantha Stewart for being chosen to participate
in the NEMO junior high All-District Honors Band. They will audition
for placement on January 6 and perform in concert on February
We enjoyed the support of many community patrons for our second annual Ms. BHS Contest that was held on November 17, 2000 as part of the first drug-free activity night for this school year. Five male contestants spoofed the world of female beauty pageants as they vied for the title in cheerleading outfits, casual wear, and evening gown. Each contestant was a winner:
Best Talent-Jesse Turner
Best Cheerleader-Ben Bradley
Best Hair and Smile-Josh Dodsworth
Best Heineken and Legs-Trevor Mills
Ms. BHS-Trent Platz
National Honor Society and Student Council, sponsors
of the event, would like to extend a sincere thank you to district
patrons who provided refreshments or who supported their efforts
in some manner. The next drug-free activity night is scheduled
for April 27, 2001. Please come and enjoy the fun.
The following individuals and businesses have purchased ads from
our yearbook staff for the 2000-2001 school year. When you do
business with the following, please remember to thank them for
their patronage. We appreciate all of the support that these businesses
give to our school.
David H. Moore, D.V.M. - Wal-Mart - Maxine's Back
to Nature Health Food Store - Team Dannco - Poston Roofing - Noel's
Studio - Spanish Curl Styling Salon - Rider Drug - Dairy Queen
- Sears - Robert D. Collinge, D.D.S. - Lawson Hill and Lawson
Hill II - Xpress Lube - Uncle Jim's Café - Kinsel's Oil
and Tire Service - Brown's Shoes - Tires and Tailpipes - Paragon
- Sonny's Collision Center - Brashear Ag Service - Hatfield Kawasaki
Sales and Service, Inc. - Missouri Army National Guard - Kirksville
Brake & Muffler - Kirksville Lumber - Coe Ann Hardwick, Complete
Chiropractic Care - Northeast Missouri State Bank - Daniels and
Taggart - New Beginnings Family Worship Center - Travis Noe Funeral
Home - Dr. W.E. Stock - Tom Hensley, Attorney & Counselor
at Law - International Tours and Cruises - Brashear Community
Bible Church - Hy-Vee - Bank Midwest - Fred Collop, American Family
Insurance - R & D Technologies - GNC - House of Jesus - LaPlata
State Bank - Harrelson's Radiator Repair - Reflections 2000 -
Hunter's Body Shop - Bank of Kirksville - Joyce's Styling Hut
- Gene's Small Engines - Sunspot - Lori J. Smith, Adair County
Treasurer - Bob Giovannini, Adair County Assessor- Jon E. Cook,
Adair County Clerk - NEMO Trader - Sydenstricker Farm & Lawn
- Sonic - David O. Erwin, Adair County Collector - Northeast Regional
Medical Center - Truman State University - Buck Brothers Sunny
Slope - Knox County Stone - Frick & Cundiff, P.C. - Lone Pine
Ridge Enterprises - Kirksville Small Animal Hospital - Baker Sign
Co. - Simpson's Printing - Pickell Abstract Co. - Davis Playle
Funeral Home - Loren Hatfield Body & Frame - Lovegreen Motors
- Hunter's Edge - Jerry Phipps, American Family Insurance - John's
Precision Cycle & Precision Outfitter - John W. Gillum, CPA
- KLTE - Ratliff Reed - Terry Novinger Tractor Repair - Terry's
Medical Specialties - Hudson Rimer Funeral Home - Motter's Tire
& Auto - VIP Paging - Farr, Hickman & Slavin - Standard
Register - Sparks Constructors Inc. - The Citizen's Bank of Edina
- Marino, Phillips and Early Clinic, L.L.C. - Todd Wheeler Motors
- Collins Rentals and Sales - Blossom Shop - MFA Agri Services
- Galloway Lumber Company - D & J's II - Hunter's Banner Tire
- True Value/Kirksville Farm & Home - D & J's Enterprises
- Little Jess Ford Chrysler - Mullen Marketing L.L.C. - MFA Oil
& Propane - Ray Klingsmith, Attorney at Law - Ponderosa -
Gardner-Collier, Inc. - Days Inn - Platz Barber Shop - American
Home Care Management Corp. - The Blue Room - The Farm Shop - "Sinclair"
Cahalan Oil Company - Perrigo Body Shop - Edina Farm & Home
Supply Inc. - Mark Twain Rural Telephone Company - Willowbend
Breakfast each day includes cereal, milk, juice or
fruit. New regulations mandate the main entree for the day must
be placed on each tray (designated by * in daily menu).
Friday: Donut/Chili or vegetable soup*, crackers,
cheese slice, celery & carrot sticks, fruit, cookie
Monday: French toast/Meatloaf*, green beans, hominy, fruit, brownies
Tuesday: Toast w/ jelly/Chicken chow mein*, chinese noodles, peas, fruit, cake
Wednesday: Scrambled eggs/Pizza*, corn, spinach, fruit, cookie
Thursday: Pancake/Juicy burger on bun*, french fries, carrots, fruit, jello
Friday: Ham/Beef stew*, white beans, slaw, fruit,
Monday: Pancake/Garlic cheese bread*, green beans, beets, fruit, cake
Tuesday: Donut/Spaghetti*, meat sauce, lettuce, fruit, brownies
Wednesday: Biscuit & sausage/Chicken nuggets*, corn, vegetable sticks, fruit, cookie
Thursday: Muffin/Ham*, potatoes, peas, fruit, ice cream
Friday: Egg & cheese omelet/Fish*, macaroni &
cheese, carrots, fruit, jello
|5||JV Basketball w/ Wyaconda||H||6:00|
|6||"Go the Distance" Assembly||H||2:25|
|8||Varsity Basketball w/ Novinger||H||6:00|
|12||Varsity Basketball w/ LaPlata||T||6:00|
|14||Drunk Driving Assembly||H||9:00|
|14||PTS Meeting - Christmas Program||H||7:00|
|15||Varsity Basketball w/ Linn County||H||6:00|
|19||Varsity Basketball w/ Green City||T||6:00|
|18-Jan 1||NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break|
|Jan 2||Classes Resume on January 2, 2001|