Happy Administrative Assistant/ School Secretary Day to our amazing ladies. Ms. Lesly is our School Secretary and Ms. Christy is our Bookkeeper/Board Secretary. These two wear many hats during a day and they keep SKS running flawlessly. We would be lost without them! You are so appreciated!
School Bus Driver Appreciation Day SKS truly does have the best drivers! Thank you for making sure our students are cared for and transported safely.
Encouragement from 4th grade to all SKS students taking the MAP this week!
During a career presentation, Matt Cupps taught the 7th grade about farming. They learned that there are many different responsibilities that go into farming, and your day can be different from one minute to the next. They also learned that many of the skills acquired in farming are sought after in other careers.
Congratulations to our 3rd-4th grade volleyball team on opening their season with winning their first game!
3rd grade recently enjoyed ice cream after winning a contest in our last assembly. Nurse Duke and Mr. Farr make great confectioners!
SKS would like to welcome our new School Board members; Leah Denton and Callie Kell. Bob Grassino was re-elected to another term.
We LOVE our students. We are PROUD of our students. We BELIEVE in our students. We wish our students all the BEST on the test.
Artist of the week
Last week, the long awaited presentation of Checkers the Corn Snake was expertly delivered to 3rd grade by 6th grade science students. They even promoted a coloring contest.
Reminder: Tomorrow (4/13) is our 5th-8th grade STUDENT ONLY fun night from 6:00-8:30pm. We have games and activities planned. Snacks and drinks will be available at no cost. Pizza and soda will be available for purchase. All proceeds go to Shell Knob Athletic Dept. Please pick your students up no later than 8:30pm.
First grade got into the Easter spirit!
"You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf." Middle School science room.
Artist of the week
Spring Family Reading Night
6th grade science class made plant cell models
After reading books as good as The BFG and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, you then follow the recipes and make Snoozcumbers and edible slime, of course!
Sixth grade students took a career field trip to Harter House. They learned there are multiple jobs available at Harter House, including bagger, cashier, meat cutter, bakers, produce manager, and customer service positions. Some jobs, like the bagger, they can do as early as age 16, while others, like the meat cutter, take special training.
Tonight at 6:00.
Tonight is our last home volleyball game of the season. Our 8th grade players will be celebrated between games. Don't miss it!