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The Gainesville Schools Art Department is sponsoring the fourth annual district art show and contest March 21-23.. Students’ artwork will be available for viewing each evening after school from 3:30 to 6 p.m in the Gainesville High School Library. The show exhibits the work of students in ...
Gainesville Elementary School offers a preschool program to help children prepare socially and academically for their kindergarten year. Preschool teachers work with kindergarten teachers to ensure srtudents are adequately prepared for the best educational experience possible.The school is offering...

A completely packed house turned out for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Gainesville Elementary School’s Grandparents Day program held Friday, March 9. Grades K-6 performed a concert under the direction of GES music teacher Laura Guin. Food service director Cindy Potter and the cafeteria staff served a roast turkey lunch to more than 400 grandparents. Gainesville High School FFA members directed traffic and helped in the cafeteria. Following the lunch, students and their grandparents were invited to a book fair in the library. Photo by Karla Smith.

If the Gainesville School’s application for a FEMA grant is accepted, the district’s tentative plans are for a new 7,800-square-foot storm-shelter structure that would be added to the front of the current high school building. The addition would create a new entrance to the school and provide space for offices, classrooms and a spacious center hallway.
At a special open school board meeting Thursday night, the Gainesville R-V School District discussed its tentative plans for a 7,800-square-foot FEMA shelter to be built on the high school campus if its grant application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency is accepted.Superintendent Jeffrey...
Gainesville High School senior Aspyn Britt signed a letter of intent Friday, Feb. 23, to run cross country at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout. Aspyn is pictured with her parents, Penny and Gene Britt (seated), her high school running coach Gary Emrick (standing, back left) and C of O cross...
This year’s Gainesville High School seniors vs. alumni basketball game is set for Friday, March 9. A pulled pork dinner will be served at 5 p.m. Donations will be accepted. The girls game starts at 6 p.m., and the boys game will follow.All alumni are invited. For more information, call Penny Britt...
Gainesville Elementary School offers a preschool program to help children prepare socially and academically for their kindergarten year. Preschool teachers work with kindergarten teachers to ensure srtudents are adequately prepared for the best educational experience possible.The school is...

Members of the team are, from left (front row), Hunter Webb, Abby Milligan, Ben Pointer, Jaima DeVries; (back row) Hannah Carter, Daniel Miller, Justin Goins, Eli Amyx, Madison Trivitt, Aubrey Turingan.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Gainesville High School academic team brought home the first-place trophy from the Summit Conference tournament.

If the Gainesville School’s application for a FEMA grant is accepted, the district’s tentative plans are for a new 7,800-square-foot storm-shelter structure that would be added to the front of the current high school building. The addition would create a new entrance to the school and provide space for offices, classrooms and a spacious center hallway.
At a special open school board meeting Thursday night, the Gainesville R-V School District discussed its tentative plans for a 7,800-square-foot FEMA shelter to be built on the high school campus if its grant application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency is accepted.Superintendent Jeffrey...

Masons Robby Acklin, right, and Bobby Grisham, represent a check to officers of the Youth Empowerment Program at Gainesville School: from left, Wesley Zacher, Abby Milligan, Ashley Poe, Brexton Miller and YEP co-sponsor Laurie Poe (not shown YEP officer Acacia Hutchings and co-sponsor Michelle Pointer). With this gift, the Masons have given a total of $806 this year to Gainesville’s YEP backpack program, which provides supplemental weekend food for students in need.
Representatives of Robert Burns Masonic Lodge #496 in Gainesville visited the Dora and Gainesville schools Monday to present checks for the schools’ benevolence programs. The funds came from the Masonic Home of Missouri’s Creating-a-Partnership program, which matches funds from local Masonic lodges...

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