The Lady Trojans ended their season last night in a loss against Leeton. Coach Curtis had this to say, "Very proud of the girls and what they have accomplished this season. With COVID looming, being quarantined and not knowing who was going to be available on a given night, I am proud of the girls for grinding it out and making it a special year. They finish the season 24-2, 8-0 CAC Conference Champs, and District Champs for the 4th year in a row. These seniors finish their 4-year career with a record of 99-14."
Last night the BOE adopted the following calendar for the 2021-2022 school year. https://5il.co/pyln
The Scarlet Stocking Spy is based on the story of a small girl in Philadelphia (1777) who would spy on British ships from her 3rd floor bedroom. Each day she would observe the ships and hang a new line of clothes with each article having its own meaning or code. Her brother who was in Washington's army would come each night to retrieve the code and take back to the general. Daily, the British soldiers would walk under the clothesline and never realize the code was giving away their secrets. These Revolutionary spies were a great aid in giving the Continental Army an advantage. In Mr. Fennewald's class, 8th grade students were given the task of developing their own clothesline code that would reflect something meaningful to them or a part of their lives.
"Home Sweet Homecoming" is on Feb. 5th! Shirt orders are due January 15th. Checks can be made out to CR-VI STRIVE. Please add $2 for 2XL and above sizes. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Utterback (email@example.com).
Each month STRIVE sponsors high school students as Students of the Month. When choosing this honor, teachers and staff members consider effort in academic achievement, participation in extracurricular activities, adherence to school rules, and demonstration of school spirit and pride. The Students of the Month for October are Garrett Schmidt and Jolene Hollensteiner. Garrett Schmidt, senior, is the son of Brad and Miranda Schmidt of Martinsburg. He is active in Basketball, Football, Track, FBLA, and FCA. Garrett enjoys sports, hanging out with friends, and riding around. Jolene Hollensteiner, junior, is the daughter of Joanna Schwartze and Brian Hollensteiner of Martinsburg. She is active in FBLA, Student Council, and Varsity Cheerleading. Jolene enjoys cheering, and hanging out with friends and family.
Each month STRIVE sponsors high school students as Students of the Month. When choosing this honor, teachers and staff members consider effort in academic achievement, participation in extracurricular activities, adherence to school rules, and demonstration of school spirit and pride. The Students of the Month for September are Dylan Hoyt and Emma Angel. Dylan Hoyt, freshman, is the son of Brad and Becky Hoyt of Martinsburg. He is active in FFA, FCA, Cross Country, and Basketball. Dylan enjoys hanging out with friends and family and running. Emma Angel, senior, is the daughter of Jeff and Tammy Angel of Laddonia. She is active in FCA, Softball, Basketball, and FTA. Emma enjoys playing softball and fishing on the weekends.
Here's a link to view Episode 7 of the Karrett Talk- Quarantine Edition! https://youtu.be/iqlZZNYLbOQ
The PAT Activity night scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12th has been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Here's the link to MSHSAA.tv where you can watch Dylan Hoyt run at the State Cross Country races tomorrow. Dylan runs at 4 PM on Saturday, Nov. 7th. #TrojanPride #GoTrojans https://mshsaa.tv/?B=205419
Attention all High School & Middle School Parents and Students: Attached is a google sheet with your students' assigned time for Parent/Teacher Conferences. We have tried very hard to work with the elementary and assign times that get the parents in when they can visit for all children in their household K-12. If this assigned time does not work for you we have allotted walk-in times. Walk-in times are 12:00 pm-1:00 pm and 7:00-8:00 pm. Please understand we will be allowing only 20 parents per 30 minute block first come first serve during walk in. The wait time for this could be significant. Parents also have the choice of phone call, email, or zoom conferencing with teachers if in person is not an option due to Covid-19. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1L6fpz43f6zQ7E2FL7IrE-f-5ynCOAqvKsR5UPp5It4g/edit?ts=5f907f61#gid=0
Do to circumstances beyond our control, donuts will not arrive until Tuesday, October 6. Pick up between 4:00 and 6:00 pm at doors by the ag hallway.
Today is the last day to shop our online book fair. If you spend $25 you will receive free shipping. Community R-VI gets 25% in rewards on all orders. https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4939673
Don't forget to shop our ONLINE book fair! The fair ends on Oct. 1st. https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4939673
Shop the Scholastic Book Fair! Scholastic will give back 25% in rewards to COMMUNITY R-VI when you shop SEP 18 – OCT 1. https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4939673
Tomorrow will be our last meal delivery for the summer. Each child will receive a breakfast and lunch for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Since this may be more than your cooler can hold, please watch for the bus delivery or set out an extra cooler if you have one. Thank you for participating in our meals during this difficult time. Community R-VI is happy we could continue to serve the children of our community during the COVID closure. If Community R-VI provided you with a cooler please contact the school and we will arrange a time for someone to pick up the cooler.
As our July 11th prom date approaches, we want to confirm the number attending this event. In order for this event to take place we will require a minimum of 20 couples in attendance. We understand that prom is a special night and want to ensure the event is memorable. We will give students until July 1 to make a decision on attending and to confirm who they will be attending with. A final announcement will be made on July 2nd regarding whether or not it will happen. A Covid-19 waiver will need to be signed upon your arrival if prom occurs. Only students attending Community R-VI High School or from the graduating class of 2020 are eligible to attend. The event will be from 7-10 pm in the old gym at Community R-VI High School. Class of 2020 and 2021-Please fill out the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pL_m1ftqx7-p8N3UjVQK4j_fj5gHC4uCMyev6J41gso/edit?ts=5ef3702e
The Community R-VI Board of Education Meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow, June 17th. Since the governor has opened up the state the BOE meeting will be held in the Media Center. The early start waiver will be an item of discussion. We will live stream the meeting on Facebook.
Parents and Students- We hope you are doing well as you navigate home-based learning. Here's some information from DESE about how to support your student at home. #WeAreCommUNITY #CommunityCares https://dese.mo.gov/sites/default/files/curr-c19-support-for-families.pdf
Do you need something to read? Check out Junior Library Guild. No username or password needed. Just click on Elementary, Middle School or High School stream to get started! https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/at-home
The State of Missouri and Governor Mike Parson created a special message just for Missouri kids, to make sure they know how to help stop the spread of COVID-19. https://youtu.be/Ogu0vjv-E44
Thank you all!
Player and cheerleader family members were given first option on tickets. We have approximately 25 tickets left. if you are interested in a ticket meet Matt Thomas outside JQH Arena at 4:00. If more than 25 are interested we will have a lottery drawing for the tickets.
Due to COVID-19, The Green County Health Department has stepped in and limited ticket sales to 150 per team. We are currently working on a plan to determine the best way to distribute these tickets. We will send out a notification as soon as we have finalized a plan.
The Lady Trojans are heading to the Show-Me-Showdown in Springfield! We will be dismissing school at 12:14 on Thursday, March 12th and there will be no school on Friday, March 13th. These days will be made up on Monday, March 30th and April 20th. Thank you and Go Trojans!
Due to road conditions, Community R-6 will not be session tomorrow, Thursday, February 13.
Due to winter weather, Community R-6 will be dismissing early today at 1:40 p.m.
Community R6 will return to normal bus routes this afternoon, February, 7th.
Due to road conditions Community R-6 will run snow routes on Friday, February 7.
Due to road conditions Community R6 will not be in session tomorrow, Thursday, February 6.
Due to incoming weather, Community R-6 will not be in session on Wednesday, February 5th.
UPDATED shirt design: The BLACK OUT FOR A CURE game will be Monday, Feb. 17th vs. Paris. Orders are due to Ms. Henke by Feb. 7th. If you have any questions, please email her. firstname.lastname@example.org
Community R6 will not be in session on Friday, January 24 due to road conditions.
Due to potential inclement weather, the basketball games for tonight in Cairo have been canceled.
Softball Conference and District Champs shirts are for sale for $14 a piece. It's a first come first served basis. Email Ms. Henke if you would like one. email@example.com
We will return to regular bus routes tomorrow morning, Friday, December 20.
Due to road conditions Community R-6 will use snow routes for Thursday, December 19.
Tonight's game against Sturgeon has been cancelled and rescheduled for February 5th.
No Vo-Tech on Monday, December 16.
Due to road conditions Community R-6 will have a 2 hour delay on Tuesday morning, November 12.
Fan Fest Shirt Orders are due Thursday. The forms are available at cr6.net or you can contact the office.
The day has finally come...BB is opening back up! It should be open by Saturday morning, if not before. On Tuesday, we will return to our normal drop-off and pick-up routines from the circle drive.
Bus Drivers Wanted! Please contact Transportation Director, Matt Thomas if you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org