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Cole County R-V School District

Parents

Dig for the Cure - help the Lady Eagles Volleyball team raise money for Breast Cancer research. Orders will be accepted until September 24. The "Dig Pink Tournament" will be held October 13. Click here for more information and Order Form.

Eagles Club Before/After School Care now available! The parent handbook has all information and enrollment forms. 

Students

Elementary Students of the Month - September This month's character trait is Responsibility.

Pre-K - Stella Hale

K - Cheyenne Minor, Adalee Howard

1st - Trevor Hackmann, Jersie Hennings

2nd - Kaidyn Burkett, Demi Holloway

3rd - Ava Hurley, Isaac Schulte

4th - Alyse Jones, Sydney Luebbering

5th - Loralei Moore, Austin Burnett

6th - Aubrey Hodges, Blake Stark

 

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JH/HS Supply List

Alumni

Alumni Breakfast - October 31 in the high school cafeteria. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $6. Doors open at 8:00, with breakfast served at 9:00.  

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Staff

JEANS DAYS on Wednesdays in the month of October! Pay $10 and wear pink or a Cancer shirt and support FCA's Relay For Life team! If you need a cancer shirt, the Volleyball team is selling them for $10. Order forms are in elementary office, and due by September 24.

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Our School

COLE R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT

BELIEF STATEMENTS

All students are important. All students can learn. Formal education is critical. Family support is essential. Teachers do make a difference. Community involvement and support is necessary. Character, ethical and moral development is important. A safe and orderly climate is important. It is important to maintain high academic standards. The educational needs of the students must be met. It is important to keep current on educational issues.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Cole County R-V School District is to create an environment that will raise the performance of all students and to provide the opportunity to maximize physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development.  In a climate of mutual respect and cooperation, students will develop as:  self directed learners, effective communicators, problem solvers, collaborative workers and responsible citizens.

Schools

2

Quick Facts

Superintendent

Dawna Burrow

K-12 Enrollment

595

Student/Staff Ratio

School Board