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Cole County R-V School District

Classes will not be in session today due to snowy road conditions. Be sure to sign up for Eagle Alerts to get all school notifications.


Frisco League/Show Me Conference Showdown - November 17 at Helias High School in the main gym. The Lady Eagles take on Plato at 11am, and the Eagles take on Iberia at 3:30.

6th Grade Living Museum - November 20 in the elementary gym from 9:00-10:30am. Parents and guests are welcome to attend!

Bus Drivers Needed - Durham School Services is in need of full time, part time and substitute drivers for our district. If you are interested, please email Deb Schwaller or call 573-338-0741.

Yearbooks - may be ordered online at with the order code 32556H. Orders before Dec 20 are $45, after Dec. 20 are $55. Order now through April 26, 2019

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


Winter Sports Picture Retakes - December 3 starting at 12:30pm. Basketball, cheer and Dazzlers will be included.

Sadie Hawkins Dance - December 8th from 8:00-11:00 pm in the elementary gym for students in grades 9-12.  Girls must invite a guest! Cost is $5.00.  If you are bringing an outside guest, you MUST pick up a form in the HS office.

4th Grade Famous Americans Videos - Our 4th grade classes created a video report of Famous Americans!

Elementary Students of the Month - Congratulations to the following students, recognized in October for the character trait of Respect. Did you miss the assembly? Click this link to watch!

Pre-K: Tanna Binkley
K: Lane Patterson, Ryder Graham
1st: AJ Deschu, Hunter Loethen
2nd: Lexi Rains, Brayden Libbert
3rd: Adalynn Anderson, Bella Cregger
4th: Stella Evers, Allison Luebbering
5th: Abree Richardson, Katie Wright
6th: Bailey Budzinski, Shaelyn Boessen


Alumni Breakfast - The next breakfast is scheduled for April 24, 2019 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.  Alumni breakfasts are held the last Wednesday in October and April each year.

Eugene Foundation - Everyone knows how a small sacrifice can make a big difference. If you are interested in supporting the Eugene Foundation, you can help fund scholarships for our seniors seeking post-secondary education. To learn more, view this flyer or email the Foundation.

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HS Teacher of the Month - Congratulations to Ed Hager, chosen by the senior class for Teacher of the Month!

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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.


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.



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