Elementary students honored for first quarter performances- Tarkio Elementary students were recently recognized for their outstanding performance in the first quarter of the 2016-17 school year. Students honored included:
Kindergarten – Keely Bredensteiner, Viviane Hale, Aiden Erickson, Kinsley Merriweather, Caroline Powell, Josh Schlueter, Brilee Slemp, and Michael Vance
First Grade – Treyton Brown, Damon Drummond, Luke Gebhards, Presley Herron, Savanna Lindsay, Annalee Livengood, Easton Madron, Kaiden Nelson, Maddox Pearson, Ben Rolf, Emily Smith, Macy Stepp, Zander Wallace, Azlynn Wiley, and Braylyn Wood
Second Grade – Grace Caudill, Dezzy Kimpston, Parker Livengood, and Bailey Wennihan
Third Grade – Janae Harbin, Calliegh Marriott, and Isaac Vette
Fourth Grade – Kamryn Brown, Levi Brown, Sydnee Bruns, Makenna Carder, Haylee Clark, Owen DeRosier, Alex Erickson, Colton Hall, Jillian Hannah, Abbie Harms, Gabe Harms, Connor Morton, Madison Quattrochi, Izzy Ramirez, Lizzie Schlueter, and Alyson Wooten
Fifth Grade – Alex Barnett, Jozee Eaton, Hadyn Liechti, Claire Martin, Tommi Martin, Keena Merriweather, and Linkin Murry
Powell – Alexis Bywater, Dalaynie Drummond, Emmy Laur, Jersi Poppa, Garret Rosenbohm, Ian Stepp, Emma Veits, and Brooklyn Wennihan
Sixth Grade – Alaina Armstrong, Emily Blum, Connor Brown, Alexis Gibler, Josie King, Kelsea Kirwan, Daniel Lesher, Alex Ramirez, Tessa Rolf, and Kalynn Smith.
EA Fall Athletic Banquet Nov. 9- The East Atchison high school fall athletes will be honored at an awards’ banquet Wednesday, November 9, 2016. The banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Tarkio Community Building. Athletes who participated in cheerleading, football, volleyball, girls’ golf, and cross country will be honored for their performances in their respective sports. Everyone who attends is asked to bring two side dishes and table service for the meal (meat and drinks provided).
EA competes in Class 1 District 8 Cross Country Meet- The Class 1 District 8 Cross Country Meet was held Saturday, October 29, 2016, at Donaldson Westside Park in Maryville, Missouri.
Results for the East Atchison runners are:
Zachery Garrison, 21st place, 21:33.22; Dawson Joesting, 28th place, 22:05.26; Alex Driskell, 38th place, 23:31.57; Colin Joesting, 39th place, 23:35.92; Hunter Tunnell, 53rd place, 28:47.20; Zack Sapp, 54th place, 29:28.56; and Braylen Lambert, 56th place, 36:22.85.
Marina Sawyer, 23rd place, 26:47.45; Shelbey Morris, 32nd place, 28:41.73; and Novalee Yeary, 46th place, 34:51.25.
This competition ended the 2016 season for the East Atchison teams.
Red Ribbon Week Halloween/Drug Prevention doors- THE TEACHERS – At Tarkio Elementary decorated their doors for Red Ribbon Week, using Halloween themes to warn the students to stay away from drugs. Mrs. Dow’s Hocus Pocus door placed 1st. Ms. Graves’ Batty door placed 2nd and Mrs. Peregrine’s Bugs’ door placed 3rd.
(Photos By Shannon Bruns)
EA JH Wolves win first games- The East Atchison Jr. High Basketball Teams competed in their first games of the season on Monday, October 24, 2016. The Wolves competed in North Nodaway in a conference match-up, with the EA girls winning 47-13 and the EA boys winning 46-13.
In girls’ basketball action, Morgan Parshall led the Lady Wolves with 18 points. Mercedes Parshall added six points (two three-pointers) and Cheyenne Gray added six. Brynnan Poppa added five points (making 1 of 2 free throws). Bryli Staten and Haley Garrison scored four points each. Olivia Morris and Alexis Brown scored two points each.
In the boys’ contest, Ian Hedlund scored 21 points for the Wolves. Kaden Cooper added 10. Also helping the Wolves reach their 46 points were Kaylin Merriweather with three and Bo Graves, Carter Holecek, Aaron Schlueter, Josh Smith, Hunter Bennett, and Jordan Graf with two points each.
Watch D.O.G. Program at Tarkio Elementary- The WATCH D.O.G. program – At Tarkio Elementary School started back up this week. WATCH D.O.G.S. stands for Dads Of Great Students. The program invites fathers (or father figures such as grandfathers, uncles, and others) to volunteer one day during the school year to provide positive male role models for the students. Their presence helps reduce bullying, enhances security, and shows the importance of education to the students. WatchDOG volunteers assist with a variety of tasks during their day including monitoring the school entrance, unloading and loading of buses and cars, monitoring the lunch room, or helping in the classroom with a teacher’s guidance. For questions about the WATCH D.O.G. program, contact Jennifer Peregrine at 660-736-4177 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pictured is Jason Liechti with his children, Hadyn, Jaxon, Gavyn, and Liam.
(Submitted By Jennifer Peregrine)