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  • MDC Invites Kids to Free Fishing Day May 4 at Bennett Spring State Park

    Anglers ages 15 and under can fish for trout for free and enjoy a free lunch.

    Young anglers will have opportunities to experience the fun of catching fish and will also have chances to learn about the outdoors at Bennett Spring State Park’s Kids’ Fishing Day 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. on May 4. It’s sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Bennett Spring Park Store.

    Kids age 15 and under can pick up free trout tags at the park store on May 3 from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. or at the registration tent across from the park store on the day of the event. A section of Zone 2 and Zone 3 at the park will be reserved for the youth anglers. Volunteers will be on hand to help. Kids are encouraged to bring their own fishing equipment. Parents are welcome to help kids, but adults are also asked to let children fish by themselves as much as possible. Only one pole may be used between the helper and the child. Adults are not allowed to fish in the designated kids’ fishing zone. Lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Educational events will also take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Volunteers are needed to help with this event. Individuals wishing to volunteer do not need to be experienced anglers. To help with Kids’ Fishing Day or for more information please call the Bennett Spring Hatchery at 417-532-4418 or e-mail Hatchery Manager Ben Havens Ben.Havens@mdc.mo.gov. Bennett Spring State Park is located approximately 12 miles west of Lebanon on Missouri Highway 64.

    Young anglers will have a chance to fish for trout for free on May 4 at Bennett Spring State Park's Kids' Fishing Day. This event, which is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Bennett Spring Park Store; will be 6:30 a.m.-8:15 p.m.

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  • Dallas County Stampede Weekend
    There are several family friendly events this weekend in Dallas County. The Buffalo Area Kiwanis will be holding a pancake breakfast from 8-10 a.m., Saturday, April 13, at the school district administration building, located at 1323 S. Ash Street. The Easter Bunny will also be there and available for photos. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under, while kids under 5 eat free. The proceeds will fund the Kiwanis Annual Scholarship to a Buffalo High School Senior.

    The Dallas County Expo will be held at the Buffalo Prairie Middle School from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. Saturday. There will be more than 60 exhibits on display and drawings for door prizes. Maple Street Grill and Curly Que will have food booths. Dance Sensations will have a performance at 11 a.m. and the Buffalo High School Choir will perform at noon.

    The Dallas County Schools Alumni Association will be honoring the classes of the "9's." The Alumni Building, just north of Mallory Elementary, will be open from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. for socializing. At 3 p.m. there will be a reception at the high school cafeteria and class photos will be taken 3-5 p.m.

    The Hillbilly's and Hotrods Car Show has been postponed to Saturday, April 27.

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  • DCR1 Partners with CoxHealth to Provide Virtual Health Clinic
    We are pleased to announce that Dallas Co R-1 Schools has partnered with Cox Health, to provide Virtual Visit services for our staff and students.  This is made possible through grant funding from Missouri Foundation for Health and Children’s Miracle Network. Each school building will have access to the virtual clinic through a virtual health cart provided by the Missouri Foundation for Health and Children's Miracle Network funding. MORE INFORMATION
    INFORMATIONAL VIDEO

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  • Missouri Career and Technical Education Needs Your Input 
    Governor Mike Parson has indicated that preparing students for Missouri’s 21st century workforce is a top priority in the state. Opportunities abound in today’s economy for students who attain some type of specialized technical skill, an industry recognized credential or post-secondary training. All of these can be accomplished by attending Career and Technical Education Programs (CTE) around the state.

    The CTE Advisory Council, established in Section 178.550.1, RSMO, has developed a survey to gather feedback of how our current CTE programming is perceived by students, parents and guardians, business leaders, school counselors and other educators as school districts consider adding courses in CTE and encouraging more students to enroll in these programs.

    The short survey can be found at this link:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CTE-DESE

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  • Thank You So Much To Our Voters
    Thank you so much to our voters. Over 59% approval for our bond issue.

    Our district has a very bright future and our students will benefit from the continued progress in DCR1.  The progress that has occurred over the last few years can now continue and we will be able to address our facility needs to give our students the best possible start on their futures. Many of the decision for next budget year have yet to be made, but Dr. Ryan is optimistic about continuing to improve our student achievement, our continued improvements in staff pay, and our continued facility improvements. Thank you voters of the Dallas County R-1 School District.

    The district will begin working with the architects on building plans, specifications and plan to bid Project DCTC late fall, 2019. Project DCTC is planned to open for students for the 2021-22 school year.

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