Three local high school boys participated in the American Legion Boys State of Missouri June 15-23 on the University of Central Missouri campus in Warrensburg.
Those attending this year’s Mizzou Student Send-off event, hosted at the Jackson Park Golf Course in Palmyra by the Great River Tigers Chapter of the Mizzou Alumni Association, not only enjoyed a pork loin dinner and fellowship, but heard from two of the University’s leaders.
Palmyra R-1 School district is pleased to announce, in conjunction with the Monroe County Health Department, its second annual immunization clinic which will be held during registration week for all incoming eighth and 12th grade students needing their required immunizations.
On Thursday, June 6, BASF hosted a luncheon on site for the recipients of this year’s Scientific Achievement Scholarship Awards and their parents.
The University of Missouri Torq’N Tigers quarter-scale tractor team, which includes a member from Palmyra, had its best finish ever at the recent American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering Quarter Scale Tractor Competition.
On Wednesday, May 22, the third grade students at Palmyra Elementary participated in their own Tom Sawyer Day. The students participated in several activities that Tom Sawyer may have enjoyed along with a Tom and Becky contest. Of the 16 students who dressed up, the third grade students ch…
High school students enrolled in agriculture education courses have the unique opportunity to go beyond the classroom and learn real-world applications in a number of disciplines.
In their commitment to education, County Market presented Palmyra Elementary School with a check in the amount of $500 through its Max Dollars for Education program. Pictured is Lora Hillman, principal, receiving the check from Steve Huffman, store director. County Market has now given mor…
Palmyra Middle School held its annual sixth grade cultural fair Thursday in the school gymnasium. Pictured are a sampling of booths made by students featuring different countries.
On May 23 come on down to the Marion County Library and register for the Summer Reading Club. Reading library books for only two hours each week guarantees a prize and a food coupon from one of our local eateries.
United State Bank has partnered with the Palmyra R-I School District to create a school spirit debit card program, which features the Palmyra Panther’s logo. The school spirit card is a debit card program in which the user has the ability to support the Palmyra school system. United State …
The Palmyra Middle School Science Olympiad team competed in the Missouri State Science Olympiad tournament at Westminster College in Fulton April 27.
Bleigh Construction Co. Inc. recently donated the money needed to apply for 501c3 status for the Palmyra Parent Teacher Organization. The current PTO was established this school year and has future plans to bring engaging activities for elementary students while working with teachers and par…
The Marion County R-II High School Band earned a “I” rating, and three entries advanced to the state music contest as a result of efforts at recent music contests in Kirksville and Wright City.
The varsity Quiz Bowl team won districts, which was hosted by Clark County April 6. The varsity went undefeated in both the conference and district. They will be moving on to Sectionals on April 17, which will be hosted by Mexico. It will be a three-game series against Mexico, where the winn…
Kirt Malone, Superintendent of the Palmyra R-I School District was among eight Missouri superintendents recognized by the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) for outstanding performance as a new superintendent.
The Palmyra R-I Parents As Teachers Program will host a special program for incoming kindergarten students and their families at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 16, at the Palmyra Elementary School.
The Palmyra High School Quiz Bowl team won the championship match of the WGEM Academic Challenge Quiz Bowl Tournament with a 290 to 190 win over Bushnell-Prairie High School Saturday.
Zachary Rosenkrans, 17, a member of the Mt. Zion Country Clovers 4-H Club of Marion County, participated in the University of Missouri Extension 4-H Legislative Academy, Feb. 18-20.
The MORP Dance, sponsored by PHS FCCLA and is a ‘backward Prom’ and open to all PHS students, was held Friday at the school. The high school cafeteria was completely blacklit and filled with neon decorations. There were snacks and drinks that ‘glowed’. At a backward Prom, students are encour…