The Award for Excellence program is open to all sophomore, junior and senior level high school student-athletes in the United States. The honor focuses on great athletic achievement, excellence in academics and community engagement.
“The Pro Football Hall of Fame is proud to partner with the U.S. Army to pay tribute to the fine young men and women who will shape the future of our country. Congratulations to the 25 finalists in 2017 who exemplify the Hall’s core values of commitment, integrity, courage, respect and excellence,” commented Pro Football Hall of Fame chief operating officer and executive producer George Veras.
“These students embody the excellence and dedication that both Army soldiers and Pro Football Hall of Famers bring to their own lives every day. They give their best to achieve their goals and give back to their communities. The Army is proud to be honoring this group as the 2017 Award for Excellence finalists,” said Mark Davis, deputy assistant secretary of the Army (marketing).
The 25 finalists for the Award for Excellence will be recognized during formal ceremonies at their respective high schools this spring. Miller will be honored at a school assembly on Monday, March 27, at CHS, where he will receive a finalist plaque from a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Also to be recognized is the teacher Miller named as having been influential in his academic career.
Other finalists for the Award for Excellence are Sean Cullen, White Lake, Michigan; Tyler Kroenke, Lincoln, Missouri; Connor Spunaugle, Lincoln, Missouri; Emily Fischer, Herculaneum, Missouri; Ashley Ho, Piqua, Ohio; Jared Van Vleet, Stillman, Illinois; Miranda Julian, Iron Mountain, Michigan; Makenzie Funk, Mead, Washington; Seth Polfus, Powers, Michigan; Ryan Poggenpohl, Raymond, Illinois; Kaitlyn Hicks, Kingford, Michigan; Andrew Cherry, Dickson County, Tennessee; Ryan Crowley, Bakerfield, California; Larsen Hodges, Portland, Oregon; Elisabeth Felix, New York; Emily Scott, Elizabeth, North Carolina; Nick Templeton, Festus, Missouri; Emily Annesser, Ottawa, Ohio; Jay Kaufman, Ottawa, Ohio; Hannah Kerns, Pinckney, Michigan; David Johnson, Prince Frederick, Maryland; Morgan Oldfield, Dansville, New York; Morgan Novikoff, Dix Hills, New York; and Andrew Santiago, Bolingbrook, Illinois.
Each U.S. Army-Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence finalist will be honored in Canton, Ohio, during the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls in August. The finalists will be hosted at a special luncheon on Saturday, August 5, at the Hall during which the winner will be announced.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks bloodmobile will be in Cabool on Tuesday, March 28.
The visit is being sponsored by Cabool High School FCCLA and will be held from noon to 6:00 p.m. at the old gymnasium.
To be eligible to give blood, you must weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and present a valid photo ID.
CBCO has issued a Code Yellow Alert for O-negative, O-positive and A-negative blood types, meaning there is less than a two-day supply of those blood types on hand. Donors to CBCO provide all of the blood for patients at 40 area hospitals. On average, a transfusion takes place every seven minutes and around 200 donations are needed each day to meet the area’s blood needs.
Cabool High School choir and band competed Thursday, March 16, in the Missouri State Large Ensemble Music Festival.
The 33-member CHS concert choir received an Outstanding 2 rating in their performance, and an Outstanding rating on their vocal sight-reading adjudication.
The 43-member CHS concert band received an Outstanding rating on their performance, and an Exemplary 1 rating on their instrumental sight-reading adjudication.
On Friday, March 17, several students from the band and choir attended the District Solo and Small Music Festival.
Those receiving Outstanding ratings were: Madison Donnalley, timpani solo; Emily Dobson, alto sax solo; Aubrey Frisbee, Flute Solo; Adam Brewer, trumpet solo; Ashley Homer, alto sax solo; Adam Hatfield, Adam Brewer, Corbin Doucette, Adam Block, and Forest Swisher, brass quintet; Saxton Green, tenor vocal solo; Hayden Casper, bass vocal solo; Olivia Gray, alto vocal solo; Grace Shockley, soprano vocal solo; Emily Dobson, alto vocal solo; Forest Swisher, bass vocal solo; Zach Hoots, tenor vocal solo; Dylan Ficken, tenor vocal solo; Marissa Mathews, soprano vocal solo; and Duncan Stack, bass vocal solo.
Those receiving an Exemplary rating and advancing to state are Audra Wood, clarinet solo; Dylan Ficken, tenor sax solo; Andrew Taylor, tenor sax solo; Marissa Mathews, alto sax solo; Hayden Casper, trumpet solo; Corbin Doucette, trombone solo; Adam Block, tuba solo; and Corbin Doucette, piano solo.
All members of ensembles, both large and small, as well as soloists with an Outstanding or Exemplary rating will receive MSHSAA Music Festival Medals. The purchase of these medals is sponsored by Cabool Music Boosters.
Cabool High School's prom was held last Saturday evening, March 18. Chosen as the 2017 prom king and queen were Bailey Williams and Taylor Bradshaw.
The Community Board Candidate Forum will meet March 28th at 6:00 pm in the Cabool High School Auditorium. The public is invited to come hear the Q and A with the Cabool School Board Candidates. This event is hosted by the Cabool CTA.
(if they have money). Next week it will be open from breakfast time to
4:15 pm and then on Thursday (during PTC) the book fair will be open until 6:00 pm.
Home of $100,000: $100,000 x 19% Assessed Value / 100 x $1.25 = $237.50
Two cars worth $5,000 each: $10,000 x 33.33% Assessed Value / 100 x $1.25 = $41.66
This totals $279.16 a year or $23.26 a month.
**Please see the attached PDF for Cost Tables.**
They are moon rocks and they will be on the CHS campus for two weeks.
History teacher Dennis Brown requested the moon rocks from NASA and is incorporating them into his American history classes, where “we’re studying the cold war and the space race.”
All of Brown’s classes will be able to view and handle the NASA moon rock display. He plans to have at least one elementary school class see them also. And the public is invited to view them next Thursday, March 23, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Brown’s classroom in the high school “A” building.
Play will be held Monday through Thursday at Jack Cook Memorial Field on Garst Avenue.
On Monday, March 20, play will start at 4:00 p.m. with Willow Springs vs. Cabool, followed by Ava vs. Van Buren.
Tuesday, March 21, will feature Van Buren vs. Cabool at 4:30 p.m. while Wednesday, March 22 will be Ava vs. Willow Springs at 3:00 p.m.
The schedule for Thursday, March 23, will be Cabool vs. Ava at 4:00 p.m., followed by Willow Springs vs. Van Buren.
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