Eunice Thomas Elementary second grade student, Jacie Hudson, won second place in the OPT PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
Cassville Middle School student Elizabeth Ray received first place in the Missouri Peace Officer's Association 8th Grade Essay Contest - MO West Division.
Ray's essay was titled, "Social Media: Bringing Us Together or Tearing Us Apart."
During the CMS Awards Assembly, Trooper Terry Bible presented Ray with her winnings. She will receive $300.00 and her essay will be published in Law Enforcement magazine.
Because of Ray's winnings, CMS was presented with a $100 donation and CMS Communications Arts teacher, Leslie McCullough, was also given $100.
Elizabeth is the daughter of Barbie Ray and Curtis Ray from Cassville.
In partnership with Justin Brands in Cassville, Cassville High School has launched a "boot out bullying" campaign that will run June 8-October 27.
Justin Brands has generously provided an adult size pair of "bent rail" boots that will be manufactured at the Cassville plant. CHS Interact members will be selling chances to win the boots at the Rotary Club Rodeo, CHS fall events and CHS home football games.
The winner of the boots will have the opportunity to select the adult boot design of their choice from a select Justin Boots catalog.
Tickets are $1 for one chance to win or $5 for seven chances to win. All proceeds will be used for anti-bullying education such as speakers, classroom projects and curriculum.
Drawing will be held at the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, October 27. Winner does not have to be present to win.
Cassville Community Teachers Association (CCTA) Banquet that was held on Thursday, April 23 in the Cassville High School Commons Area. At the banquet, several staff members were recognized for their accomplishments.
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