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2020 Clark County R-1 Open House & Orientation Schedule
  The time and date of attendance is based on the custodial parent’s last name
   Please do not all show up at Running Fox and Black Hawk at 5:00 each night.  We allowed for a two hour window each night for social distancing.
    Masks are not required at open house & orientation but are encouraged.
   We are encouraging only one adult per student and no siblings attend the open house/orientation to aid in social distancing.

Tuesday, August 18
5:00-6:00 Middle School  6th grade and new student orientation (A-K)
6:00-7:00 High School  9th grade and new student orientation (A-K)
6:15-7:15 Middle School 6th grade and new student orientation (L-Z)
7:15-8:15 High School 9th grade and new student orientation (L-Z)
   *We are not doing 7th grade and 8th grade    orientations this year to cut down on traffic in the building.

Wednesday, August 19
5:00-7:00 Running Fox and Black Hawk Open Houses (A-K)
5:00-6:00 Indian Pride Learning Center Open House AM classes (A-K)
6:00-7:00 Indian Pride Learning Center Open House PM classes (A-K)

Thursday, August 20
5:00-7:00 Running Fox and Black Hawk Open Houses (L-Z)
5:00-6:00 Indian Pride Learning Center Open House AM classes (L-Z)

6:00-7:00 Indian Pride Learning Center Open House PM classes (L-Z)

Recent News

Lewis County REC Holds Drive-Thru Special Meeting

  The members of the Lewis County REC came out in full force to attend the special drive-thru meeting of the members held on August 6th. There were 352 members who registered to vote. Mike Schantz was re-elected to serve a 3 year term representing district 1, Larry Smoot was re-elected to serve a 1 year term representing district 3, and Randy James was elected to serve a 3 year term representing district 3.

Governor Parsons met with school Administrators

   This past week Governor Parson met with school administrators in Northeast Missouri to address key questions about schools reopening. Pictured above Dr. Ritchie Kracht, Superintendent at Clark County R-1 and  Ryan Bergeson, Superintendent at Scotland County R-1 visiting with Governor Parson at the meeting. Photo courtesy of Governor Parson’s Office.

COVID Testing in Clark County

    To help start the process of making COVID testing possible in Clark County, Neill McKee has recently offered his building at 207 East Clark St. to the Clark County Health Department.  This building will be referred to as the Clark County Health Department Annex building. Evelena Sutterfield, Administrator at the Clark County Health Department, is working on plans & procedures to have the building used for COVID testing.  This will keep residents separated who are showing symptoms or signs of COVID-19 from healthy residents using services at the health department at 670 North Johnson Street.
  COVID testing is only being provided by local hospitals at this time. Sutterfield is hoping to have the building up and operational by the end of the month.  Please watch for more information to become available in the future.

Also in this Weeks Paper

News from Sever Library
Ragan History - By Joanne Ragan
In Times Past By Helen St. Clair
St. Patrick News By Myrna Daughtry
Joe’s Bits & Pieces - University of MO Extension
Temporary Traffic Impacts and Closures on Routes in Clark County Due to Scheduled
Senator Cindy O’Laughlin Column
Blessing Health System To Use Temperature

                                           Kiosks At Entrances
Dunnagan Gallery To Be On Display at

                            Culver-Stockton College campus
Clark County Land Transfers July 2020

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