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Mark Twain: A Controversy

The famous Missouri author, Mark Twain, has sparked a lot of controversy over the years as new generations of readers have come into contact with his works. The eighth grade class at Green City R-1 is no exception to this tradition in American literature. The eight graders of the 2019-2020 school have recently finished reading Mark Twain's book,  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , which is considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not  the  greatest piece of American literature. Naturally, in Mark Twain fashion, the novel comes without a lot of controversy. The source of that controversy is Mark Twain's . . .

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Art Club Field Trip November 20 2019

Hello Everyone,   On November 20 th , the Art Club students of Green City R 1 travelled to Columbia, Missouri once more. Back in 2016/2017 (my first year) students visited a wonderful little shop called, The Mud Room. There, the students learned how to use two different types of clay to marble and form their own functional ceramic vessels. This year, my group decided to go back to that same shop. The class they took was “spinner art”; students placed a plate on a machine, the will spin it as the students poured glaze on the moving plate.  The machine causes the glaze to . . .

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Elementary Students Help at Veteran's Day Assembly

Elementary students had the opportunity to help with the 2019 Veteran's Day Assembly.  Pk-6 students sang songs they had learned under the direction of Mrs. Brianna Mann.  Art work was on display that was completed with Ms. Hannold, and students also completed a skit with Mrs. Foster.  Veterans and guests were greeted by the Elementary Student Council and they also led the Pledge of Allegiance.  It was a great assembly and an honor to dedicate this time to our Veteran's.

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Dress Code Updates Approved by Board

Dress Code Proper dress is expected at all times. Shoes should be appropriate for safety and comfort.  Caps and hats should not be worn in the building.  Please make sure your child is sufficiently dressed for outside recess in cold weather.  Shorts are discouraged during cold weather. Shoes shall be worn at all times No halter tops, backless clothing, see through garments, or bare midriffs. All undergarments, including bra straps, should not be visible.  Bralette straps may be visible when worn under a shirt. The bralette straps must cover regular bra . . .

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