Scholar bowl team fell just short of winning their first home meet against Southwest. 180-170. SKS is represented by Sidney. (only returning member from last year), Ryan (Team Captain), Lennox, Lucas, Ella and Kinsley. Their next meet is today. It is a Quad Meet with attending teams SKS, Cassville, Purdy and Southwest. Good luck team!
7th and 8th grade students with the help of Miss Lori and Mrs. TK decorated the school and made things very festive!
12 Days of Christmas dress up schedule Monday- ornament day Tuesday- reindeer day Wednesday- candy cane day Thursday- Christmas light day Friday- Whoville day
7th grade learned first hand that parenting isn't all it's cracked up to be! For the full article, visit SKS.k12.mo.us and see what this is all about!
12 Days of Christmas dress up!
Make sure to be there!
Snoopy art by 2nd grade
Next week, when you are cooking, don't forget to collect poptabs and Best Choice UPC labels. We collect all year.
7th grade FACS class making quiche, cookies, fruit and dip for the Veterans breakfast.
Mark you calendars!
Come out and see the all the history projects the kids have put together.
Dolly Parton Imagination Library is coming to all of Missouri! The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE’s) Office of Childhood will launch Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library statewide in Missouri on November 8, 2023. Starting that day, parents of Missouri children birth to age five will be able to register their eligible children on the Imagination Library national website. On November 8, Missouri parents will have the option to select the statewide program after entering their zip code. For questions, contact the Office of Childhood’s Imagination Library Coordinator, Courtney Hicks, at ImaginationLibrary@dese.mo.gov or 573-751-9961.
Shell Knob School will host a Veterans Day assembly this Friday at 8:30, breakfast will be served at 7:40. All area Veterans are welcome to attend.
Halloween on a week day, of course!
Picture retake day is November 9th
Kindergarten working hard on their letters and using shaving cream to practice writing their numbers.
Girls basketball camp at Cassville
See you tonight!
8th grade science students dissected owl pellets in order to study the limb structure of organisms like rodents and small birds. They learned that these organisms have the same "one bone, two bone, many bone, digits" structure that humans and many other vertebrates share.