Penney High School crowned Telly Harper II as King and Jessica Noble as Queen of the 2015 Homecoming activities Wednesday evening after the pep rally.
Jenna Johnson was crowned queen and Ty Parker was announced King Friday, September 18, at the Bob Shearer Stadium in Polo at halftime of the Friday night game between the Polo Panthers and the Princeton Tigers.
Breckenridge BOE meeting held July 14. A quorum was present.
Monica Allred was present as the only applicant for the board position made vacant by the resignation of Brett Pratt. Mrs. Allred was approved by the board for appointment. President Adams administered the oath of office to her. She...
MARK YOUR CALENDAR:
September 7-NO SCHOOL
September 8-Board of Education meeting 7:00pm
September 10– Grandparents’ Day 11am
September 11-Wear red, white and blue
September 21-Early Out 1:15pm(professional development)
September 21-Pet Day 9am-11am
September 25-Picture Day
September 14- September 18, 2015 Homecoming Week
7:30 PM Pep Rally Polo High School Gymnasium
8:00 PM Bonfire Polo High School
2:15 PM Homecoming Parade- The Student Council will start lining up participants at 1:30 PM on the corner of 13th and School St.
Polo Homecoming Parade
If you are interested in having a float in the Homecoming Parade on September 18, 2015, please contact Michele Sales at Polo High School (660-354-2524) no later than Wednesday, September 16th.
The American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Missouri, hosted it's 74th Session of Missouri Girls State June 21-27, 2015, at The University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg.
This is an intense program that promotes patriotism, pride in America, respect for our flag, and an in depth look at how our...
The Penney High Hornets began their season on the road at Bethany where they faced the South Harrison Bulldogs in a non-conference, but highly anticipated football game.
Hamilton received the opening kickoff, but were forced to punt after three offensive plays. Likewise, South Harrison went three...
“School has started” was the theme of the Hamilton School Board meeting on Wednesday. The Superintendent’s office was full of new teachers who were introduced to the board. Superintendent Ford made a comment that he was pleased with the new staff and they seemed to be excited to be here.
With just a few days left until the season practices started, the Bobcats were without a coach. Thankfully, Coach Railsback answered the call and took the head coach role. If Friday night is an indication of how the season is going to go, we're sure glad he did. Assisting him this year are Coach...