Today’s baseball games at California have been cancelled due to weather.
Eldon FFA competed at State Contest last week. They did well and brought home severalFirst Place and one Second Place win! The 2012 State FFA Contest Results are below.
1st – Ag Sales
1st – FFA Knowledge
1st – Parliamentary Procedure
2nd – Livestock
7th – Agronomy
9th – Meats
16th – Nursery/Landscaping
23rd – Ag Mechanics
26th – Entomology
29th – Forestry
32nd – Floriculture
33rd – Soils
52nd – Dairy Cattle
Rachel Groves – 1st place – Emerging Agriculture Technology Proficiency Award
Group 2 – Nolan Scott – Division 1 Speaking
“Congrats” to the EMS 8th grade band for earning a ” I ” rating for their performance at the Mid-Missouri Middle School Music Festival this past Saturday! The Band would like to thank all of the parents who attended the event to support the band!
Tonight’s (Friday, 4/43/12) Middle School track meet at Lebanon has been cancelled.
The EHS Drama Club would like to welcome everyone to the spring production of ” It’s Alive, The Head That Would Not Die” April 12th. and April 13th. The play will be held in the Fine Arts Auditorium at 7:30pm both evenings. Come join in this crazy comedy based on a 1950′s horror movie!
The FFA District results are as follows:
Congratulations to the following teams, qualifying for state
FFA Knowledge team—1st Place
Team members from left are Lacy Fitzpatrick, Matt Stollings, Claire Salmons, and Melinda Groves.
Agricultural Sales Team—1st Place
Team members from left are Laura Apperson, Bailey Salmons, Rochelle Eidson, and Mason Farris.
Parliamentary Procedure Team—2nd Place
Team members from left are Patrick Souders (Chairman), Jake Kirkweg, Meriah Dinwiddie, Rachel Groves, Riley Franklin, and Kendra Harwood.
Division I Public Speaking—2nd Place
Creed Speaking—5th Place
Today’s ( 4/5/12) baseball game against Tuscumbia has been moved to ELDON. The game will start at 5:00 p.m.
These are the results for Eldon High School Students
Science Fair Board Displays:
Melinda Groves – 1st – Blue – Microbiology
Rachel Groves – 1st- Blue – Health Sciences
Mikayla Petchell – 1st- Blue – Behavioral/Social Sciences
Grant Russell – 1st- Blue – Environmental Sciences
Joseph Limbach – 2nd – Red – Animal Science/Zoology
Ashley Petet – 2nd – Red – Plant Sciences
Patrick Souders – 2nd – Red – Animal Science/Zoology
Melinda Groves – 2nd – Superior
Grant Russell – 2nd – Superior
Joseph Limbach – 3rd – Excellent
Mikayla Petchell – 3rd – Excellent
Patrick Souders – 3rd – Excellent
Rachel Groves: 1st place Overall Health Services Project Displays, Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for Ability and Creativity in In Vitro Biology from the Society for In Vitro Biology
Grant Russell: 2nd place Overall Environmental Sciences Project Displays, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Award for Great Potential for Improving our Water Resources, U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize Regional Award (which qualifies him to apply for National Competition)
This past weekend, we participated in the District Music Festival. We had 41 students in 33 events, resulting in 12 “I” ratings, 18 “II” ratings, and 3 “III” ratings. Congratulations to the events listed below that received I’s and will be participating in State Music Festival on Thursday, April 16th.
Atwell, Hall – Flute
Sparks, Olivia – Clarinet
Kempker, Andrew – Alto Saxophone
Graves, Lauren – Tenor Saxophone
Willingham, Emily – French Horn
Wyatt, Brittni – French Horn
Hill, Aaron – Snare Drum
Penserum, Dyllan – Snare Drum
Partridge, Katie – Piano
Clarinet Trio – Henson, Alisha – Simpson, Leah – Wall, Taylor
Clarinet Quartet – Henson, Alisha – Simpson, Leah – Wall, Taylor – Sparks, Olivia
Mixed Woodwind Trio – Espinales, Darcee – Sparks, Olivia – Witt, Amber
Women’s Choir III rating
Chamber Choir II rating
Solos and Esembles