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  • Jaguar News - April 19

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 4/19/2019
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  • MAP/EOC Testing Dates and Information

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 4/5/2019

    Please avoid scheduling appointments during your child's testing time.


    As always, students will not be permitted to have ANY electronic devices with them during testing (cell phones, iPads, iPods, digital or smart watches, Fitbits, AirPods, blue tooth head phones, etc.).Please be sure that your student has a working knowledge of their locker and combination so that they can secure these devices at the beginning of each dayFood and beverage will also NOT be permitted during testing.


    It is recommended that students bring a book to read in the event that they complete their testing early.


    MAP Schedule:

    Monday, April 22 - 8th Grade Math Testing

    Tuesday, April 23 - 8th Grade Science testing and 6th Grade ELA Testing

    Wednesday, April 24 - 8th Grade Science testing and 6th Grade ELA Testing

    Thursday, April 25 - 6th Grade ELA testing

    Tuesday, April 30 - 6th Grade Math testing

    Wednesday, May 1 - 6th Grade Math testing

    Thursday, May 2 - 6th Grade Math Testing


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  • End of Year Activity Dates

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 4/1/2019

    5/3/19 – 8th Grade End of the Year Dance at RBHS (Time TBD)

    5/17/19 – 6th Grade Picnic at Bethel Park

    5/17/19 –7th Grade Field Trip to Lazer Lanes

    5/17/19 –8th Grade Field Trip to MU Rec Center

    5/22/19 – 7th Grade End of the Year Awards Ceremony at 8 a.m.

    5/22/19 –6th Grade End of the Year Awards Ceremony at 1:30 p.m.

    5/23/19 – 8th Grade Graduation at 8:00 a.m.

    5/28/19 – End of the Year Talent Show/Yearbook Distribution (Time TBD)

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  • National History Day Results

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 3/15/2019

    National History Day


    Congrats to the following 8th grade students for placing in the top 3 at the National History Day regional contest on March 13th! They will move on to compete at the NHD state competition on April 27th.


    Junior Individual Documentaries


    1st – Addison Spiller: From Tragedy to Triumph: Anne Sullivan Macy’s Story

    3rd – Ella Koerkenmeier: The Lemp’s: How Business Triumph Led to Tragedy

    Alternate (4th) – Elizabeth Wiese: 1918 Spanish Flu: The Tragedy that Infected the World


    Junior Group Documentaries


    1st – Robin Crouch and Carina Hawks: The Formation of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy: A Triumph of Peace and Democracy


    Junior Individual Exhibits


    1st – Aidan Matteson: The Great Irish Potato Famine: A Compounded Tragedy


    Junior Group Exhibits


    2nd – Saloni Chaurasia, Allison Kim, and Joan Kwon: Angel of Mercy: How Emily Hobhouse’s Compassion Brought Hope to the South African Concentration Camps


    Junior Historical Papers


    1st – Ashlyn Clemens: 1954 Missouri Penitentiary Riot: How a Triumph Broke Through a Tragedy

    2nd – Kyla Hickcox: The Watergate Scandal: The Tragic Presidency that Shaped America

    3rd – George Jia: The Battle of Kursk: The Tragic Defeat and the Triumphant Victory


    Junior Individual Websites


    1st – Matthew Qian: Chiune Sugihara: A Triumphant Act of Bravery in a Dark, Tragic Time


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  • Science Olympiad Students Take First Place

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 3/15/2019


    On Saturday, March 9th, these 15 Gentry students spent the day in Rolla at the Regional Science Olympiad. Gentry students took first place in the Middle School division.  Congratulations to the team led by Mrs. Duncan, Mr. Helmick and Mrs. Schnake!


    Region 5 Science Olympiad Tournament – First Place Team


    First place medals

    Anatomy & Physiology – George Jia

                                                Saloni Chaurasia


    Battery Buggy -         Josh Kim

    Boomilever -              Gentry Duncan

    Game On -                Evi Micheas

                                        Shuba Gautam

    Herpetology              Kevin Mao

                                        Sriya Pokala

    Write it Do it              Aarya Kumar

                                        Audrey Dusenberg


    Second place medals

    Circuit Lab                     Ruchira Patil

                                           Shubah Gautam

    Disease Detectives   -  George Jia

    • Ruchira Patil

    Experimental Design – Joan Kwon

    • Saloni Chaurasia
    • Sriya Pokala

    Fossils -                       Sriya Pokala

    • Evan Mees

    Heredity                     Carolyn Ford

                                         Evan Mees

    Water Quality             - Aarya Kumar

                                         Audrey Dusenberg


    Third place medals

    Meteorology              - Evi Michaes

                                          Saloni Chaurasia

    Road Scholar             - Savy Nistala

                                           Josh Kim


    4th place medals

    Dynamic Planet          Josh Kim

                                          Shumah Gautam

    Mystery Architecture – Gentry Duncan

                                             Evi Michaes

    Solar System                Savy Nistala

                                            Ruchira Patil




    5th place medals

    Potions & Poisons                            - Savy Nistala

                                                                    Josh Kim

    Roller Coaster                                      Gentry Duncan

                                                                    Sriya Pokala



    6th  - Density Lab                  Kevin Mao & Evan Mees


    7th Elastic Launch Glider – Joan Kwon


    9th Crime Busters                 Kevin Mao & George Jia


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  • 2019 Summer School Information

    Posted by Christine Spurling on 3/2/2019
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