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Times file photo / Sue Ann Jones Jerry Beasley, shown in this 2018 file photo, retired at the end of the 2018-19 school year after working 28 years as the district’s mechanic, a job in which he was responsible for maintaining the district’s school-bus fleet. All of Gainesville’s buses – 18 this year – passed the annual Missouri State Highway Patrol inspection this year for the seventh year in a row.
Two of Ozark County’s five school districts again had their school bus fleets pass the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s annual inspection with 100 percent of the buses approved. For the seventh year in a row, all of Gainesville School District’s buses – 18 of them this year – were approved. It’s a...
Gainesville graduation Gainesville High School held its 2019 graduation exercises at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Jaima DeVries is the class valedictorian, and Madison Trivitt is salutatorian (corrected from print version). At the end of the night, caps were tossed. Gainesville photos by Gary Armstrong...

GHS hat toss
Gainesville graduation Gainesville High School held its 2019 graduation exercises at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Jaima DeVries is the class valedictorian, and Madison Trivitt is salutatorian (corrected from print version). At the end of the night, caps were tossed. Gainesville photos by Gary Armstrong...

Lutie students who attended the Build My Future Construction Showcase April 17 in Springfield were: front, David Henderson. Second row, from left: Brock Merseal, Chris Kellett, Lindsey Williams, Shelia Scott, Hunter McCullough. Back: Amanda Chaney, Joe Fuenty, Alex Lubbers, Russ Mathews, Zach Luna, Tim Henderson, Deegan Chambers and Jon Pettit.
Several students from Lutie High School attended the third annual Build My Future Construction Showcase April 17 at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield. Math, science and special education teacher Shereen Pettit and school counselor Alisha Favazza accompanied the group of sophomores,...

Second grade winners in the Ozark County Math Bee, held March 5 at Dora School, were, from left, first, D.J. Howard, Lutie; second, Lucretia Ames, Lutie; third, Avery Gaulding, Gainesville; fourth, Chelsea Richards, Dora; and fifth, Macy Hambelton, Gainesville.

Second grade winners in the Ozark County Math Bee, held March 5 at Dora School, were, from left, first, D.J. Howard, Lutie; second, Lucretia Ames, Lutie; third, Avery Gaulding, Gainesville; fourth, Chelsea Richards, Dora; and fifth, Macy Hambelton, Gainesville.

The Lutie school board voted unanimously last week to transition to a four-day school week beginning with the 2019-2020 school year.
During its meeting Thursday night, Feb. 21, the Lutie R-VI Board of Education approved the district’s transition to a four-day school week beginning in August for the 2019-20 school year. The vote was unanimous in favor of altering the district’s schedule to fewer, but longer, days of instruction...

The Lutie school board voted unanimously last week to transition to a four-day school week beginning with the 2019-2020 school year.
During its meeting Thursday night, Feb. 21, the Lutie R-VI Board of Education approved the district’s transition to a four-day school week beginning in August for the 2019-20 school year. The vote was unanimous in favor of altering the district’s schedule to fewer, but longer, days of instruction...

Bakersfield photos by Amy Ingalsbe
Hunter Bentley and Makenzie Lester crowned at 2019 Bakersfield Homecoming Members of the 2019 Bakersfield Homecoming royal court are, from left, front, crown bearer Kurt Watlington, freshman attendant Hannah Bean, sophomore attendant Grace Miller, junior attendant Erin Heavener, homecoming queen...

Bakersfield photos by Amy Ingalsbe
Hunter Bentley and Makenzie Lester crowned at 2019 Bakersfield Homecoming Members of the 2019 Bakersfield Homecoming royal court are, from left, front, crown bearer Kurt Watlington, freshman attendant Hannah Bean, sophomore attendant Grace Miller, junior attendant Erin Heavener, homecoming queen...

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