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Missouri school trashes hot lunches given to students with debt and gives them PB&Js

November 22, 2017 by Kansas City Star

Kansas City StarAt a high school in southwestern Missouri, students with no lunch funds who pick up a tray of food can have it taken away from them and trashed, according to the district. The Reed Springs School District has drawn criticism recently as some allege the ...

'Lunch shaming' alleged in Reeds Spring school cafeterias

November 20, 2017 by Springfield News-Leader

Springfield News-LeaderThe practice is widely referred to as "lunch shaming" by school nutrition advocates and groups working to combat childhood hunger. Earlier this year, New Mexico became the first state to outlaw the practice in legislation. "When we talk about pulling a ...

Excitement level high for Lady Wolves

November 17, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Asbill set the single-season school record for steals last season, and as only a junior has a chance to set the school's career record. “They have pushed each other beyond anything I could ever hope for,” Reeves-Eakins said. Asbill averaged 10.3 points ...

Wolves hope to continue winning ways: Reeds Spring boys team includes players from football finalists

November 17, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Reeds Spring High School is coming off an appearance in the district championship game in football. That has led to a late start for some players who are about to be starting the boys' basketball season. Not that basketball coach Barry Yocom thinks ...

Magical run ends for Wolves: Reeds Spring sees winning streak end in district finals

November 7, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Branson Tri-Lakes newsFor nine weeks, Reeds Spring's football team did little wrong. That – along with the Wolves' nine-game winning streak – ended with a 30-28 loss to Mount Vernon in the championship game of the Class 3 District 4 tournament on Friday night. Since losing ...

Bagg shines at state cross country: Reeds Spring senior finishes sixth in Class 3 meet

November 7, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Branson Tri-Lakes newsThe Reeds Spring senior finished sixth individually, the best of her three years participating in the event, completing the 5K race in 19:57.97. In the Class 1 girls' competition, Blue Eye's Olivia Labrier was 14th, in a time of 21:55.65, with Autumn ...

High-speed Stone Co. chase results in two felony charges

November 7, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Branson Tri-Lakes newsWhen the patrolman tried to stop Simco on U.S. 160 at Spring Valley Lane, Simco fled west on 160 to Reeds Spring Junction, and turned south onto Missouri 13 where he reached speeds that “exceeded 112 miles per hour,” according to the report. At Branson ...

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November 7, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Branson Tri-Lakes newsReeds Spring fullback Kelly Newton (20) finished with 220 yards rushing in his final high school game, giving him a school-record 1,930 yards on the season. Rules of Conduct. 1 Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually ...

Reeds Spring season comes to an end

November 4, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

Branson Tri-Lakes newsThe loss marked the final high school game for Newton, who finished with 215 yards on 35 carries against the Mountaineers. He finished with school single-season records of more than 1,900 yards and 21 touchdowns. Gronvold had 31 yards rushing and 43 ...

Mt. Vernon outlasts Reeds Spring for district title

November 4, 2017 by Ozarks Sports Zone

Ozarks Sports ZoneReeds Spring, Mo. – After losing their quarterback and top receiving threat from last year, few people would have picked Mount Vernon to win districts this season. And after they lost three straight games heading into the district playoffs, even fewer ...

Looking toward the future: Area students explore healthcare field in GoCaps

October 31, 2017 by Branson Tri-Lakes news

“The GoCaps program is a career exploration program for high school juniors and seniors,” Kristen Mills, instructor for the medicine and healthcare strand of GoCaps in Branson, said. “Students in this program are from Branson, Hollister, Reeds Spring ...

Educator who settled harassment suit alleges retaliation

October 30, 2017 by Danbury News Times

REEDS SPRING, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri educator awarded $500,000 over claims that she was sexually harassed by her superintendent is suing again, alleging that school board members poisoned her effort to find a new job. Jodi Heckler was principal of an ...

Reeds Spring District Takes Human Rights Commission to Court

October 26, 2017 by

OzarksFirst.comThe Reeds Spring school district, in an effort to thwart a second lawsuit from the same former employee, has filed a petition against the Missouri Commission on Human Rights. The administrative body operating under the state's Department of Labor and ...

School district adds a therapy dog to its staff

October 16, 2017 by SPRING, Mo.--10/16/2017) There's a new classmate for students at Reeds Spring Intermediate School, but he isn't there to learn. Ranger, a Goldendoodle, joined the teaching staff at Reeds Spring this year for therapeutic service for students ...

Reeds Spring routs Catholic for COC Small championship

October 14, 2017 by Ozarks Sports Zone

Ozarks Sports ZoneREEDS SPRING, Mo. — Reeds Spring coasted to a 35-7 victory in what amounted to a COC Small Schools championship game. Reeds Spring (7-2 overall and 5-0 in the COC) wrapped up its first outright league title since the 1990s and became the first school ...

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