Fishing with a Pro
Each year Shell Knob students 5th-8th grade get an opportunity to fish with a pro fisherman/woman. The students submit a short essay explaining why they would like to be chosen for this opportunity. The students chosen this year were; 5th grade-Jacob Olbertz, Timmy Mason, Chloe Rich, and Kaitlyn Buchanan, 6th grade-Hunter Sparks, 7th grade-MacKenzie Lawson and Kyle Johnson, 8th-Ransom Robbins.
One group of students goes out on the lake, in a pro fishing boat, with a sponsor, and pro in the morning, then they all meet and have lunch with the rest of the group. Next the other group goes out on the lake with a sponsor and pro. Students are given a bag of fishing gear and get a chance to catch fish with a pro.
Shell Knob teachers, staff, and parents would like to thank the sponsors who spend their day out on the lake with students: Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to the school and students; Duke Denton (school nurse), Todd Holt (4th grade teacher), Mitch Ermey (school maintenance man), and Fred Rigby (school bus driver).
Shell Knob School District Earns Seventh Distinction in Performance Award
The Shell Knob School District has once again received the state’s highest honor by earning the Distinction in Performance Award. The award has been earned for academic progress and achievement for the 2011-2012 school year. The announcement was made by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Shell Knob School District is among about 300 districts to be recognized for achievement.
4/15/2013-4/19/2013 MAP testing
Friday half day: snow make up day
Track meet @ Diamond Friday 4/19/2013
4/22/2013-4/26/2013 MAP testing