Job Title: Regular Route, School Bus Driver Classification: Classified Salary Position, starting at $19.27 per hour. Terms of Employment: Employed drivers run a regular bus route in accordance with the student days defined by the District calendar. Hours are approximately 6:15-7:45 a.m. and 2:45-4:15 p.m. daily. Regular Route Drivers are eligible for district benefits such as health insurance benefits and personal leave days. May, or may not, include driving opportunities for field trips, athletic trips, and summer school. Evaluation: Position performance and attention to safety will be evaluated often by the maintenance/transportation supervisor in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Certified Personnel Performance Evaluation. Qualifications of School Bus Driver: Class B CDL with School bus endorsement, school bus driver physical, and passing all required background checks. The District is willing to help approved individuals in obtaining their school bus endorsement. Summary: Puxico School is seeking qualified applicants to drive a regular route for the 2023-2024 school year. This position focuses on pre and post trip inspections, driver safety, and daily driving for the morning and afternoon bus routes. Motivated applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP. The position will remain open until filled. Applications are available on the district website at www.puxico.k12.mo.us or by calling 573-222-3762. Position will remain open until filled. Questions should be directed to Jim Clark, Puxico Maintenance and Transportation Supervisor at 573-222-3762.
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We will be celebrating FBLA week next week! Members, get your gear ready and make plans to join us for some fun!
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Reminder for High School Seniors! We are giving away twenty (20) $500 scholarships again this year to graduating high school seniors in our service area planning to attend college or trade school in the Fall semester. To apply, visit our website https://www.ozarkelectric.com/scholarship-program or ask your school counselor for an application. Please submit your application to your school guidance counselor by Friday, March 15, 2024
4 months ago, Don McRoy
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Puxico Basketball Homecoming is always a fun week! Check out some of the pictures from our dress up days this past week! We love all the smiles on their faces!
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Puxico Nursing & Rehab Center hosted a local art contest recently. 1st place went to Nathan Dumas (center), 2nd place went to Dayton Shackleford (right) and 3rd place went to Mackenzie Callaway (left), also pictured is Shannon Seward (Social Services) on the far left and Peggy Parsley (Puxico Art Teacher) on the far right. Thank you to Mrs. Peggy Parsley, the Puxico Nursing and Rehab Center, and to the students that submitted art work. #GoPuxico
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Our members attended the 2024 District Leadership Conference held in Poplar Bluff yesterday. Several of those members came home with a medal. Congratulations to everyone!
4 months ago, Don McRoy
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Congratulations to these Missouri Arts Council winners! Screenshots of the artwork is attached. You may have to zoom in to see the individual student art pieces. 6th grade: Brylee Campbell—“Fishing with Grandpa” 3rd place in the 6th grade division and her piece will be in Representative Herman Morse of the 151st district in Jefferson City for a year. Jacquie Woolard-” Pumpkins” Honorable mention Braylen Fox-“Paradise” Braylen’s work will be on will be on display at the Southside Farms exhibition. It will be displayed at the May Green Cultural center in Cape during the 2024 Eclipse opening on Friday, April 5th 7th Grade: Andrea Clark-“Life on the Farm” 1st place in the 7th grade division Jordan Vega-“Coyote” 2nd place in the 7th grade division Peyton Pierce-“Dream Car” Honorable mention Anabelle Allen-“Dreamy Countryside” Honorable mention 8th Grade: Virginia Joslin-“Colorful Car” Her art will be in the Southside Farms Exhibition. It will be displayed at the May Green Cultural Center in Cape during the 2024 Eclipse opening on Friday, April 5th. Jake Jackson-“Green Car” Jake’s art will be in Representative Herman Morse of the 151st district in Jefferson City for a year.
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Mrs. Smothers’ 6th grade Social Studies started out this new year with their economics unit by stepping back in time. They were each given an occupation/trade and must barter their goods/trade skills in order to survive for a year. There were a lot of negotiations going on in class.
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Puxico R-8 School and the Puxico Board of Education are excited to announce the Puxico Hall of Fame Inductees. We welcome the 1989-1990 Puxico Indians Varsity Basketball Team, the Valedictorians and Salutatorians from 2010-2014, and the 2023 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. CONGRATULATIONS! The Hall of Fame Banquet will begin at 5:00 on Friday, February 16, 2024 with the Induction Ceremony taking place between the Girls and Boys Basketball game. Contact the high school office at 573-222-3175 to reserve your ticket now.
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Winners of the Puxico Nursing & Rehab Center Art contest for the Puxico Junior High and High School students are..... 1st place (drawing #26) by 11th grader Nathan Dumas, 2nd place (drawing #70) by Dayton Shackleford in 7th grade, and 3rd place (drawing #42) goes to 10th grader Makenzie Callaway! Winners will be contacted for date of prize pick up and photo with your drawings by the end of the month. Thank you to everyone that submitted artwork and for all who stopped by the Nursing home to vote!!!
4 months ago, Don McRoy
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Today, we had a staff member and student recognized by the District 15 VFW hosted by at the Sikeston VFW post. Mrs. Tonna O’Dell was recognized as District 15 Teacher of the Year. She was presented with a plaque by the VFW. Alyssa Owens was recognized as first place recipient of District 15 for writing an essay for the Patriots Pen contest. Her essay was chosen from over 300+ essays submitted by students across SE Missouri. As a first place recipient she was given the honor of reading her essay at the meeting. She also received a plaque. Both Mrs. O’Dell and Alyssa will move on to the state level in February for a chance to earn state honors. Congratulations to Mrs. O’Dell and Alyssa! We are very proud of your accomplishment and representing the Puxico community. #PuxicoPride
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5 months ago, Don McRoy
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FAFSA Night has been canceled, a new date will be posted soon. If you have not completed your FAFSA ID’s please use this time to complete them. You will need one for your student, and for both parents. (Use the guide posted prior to help guide you.)
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5 months ago, Don McRoy
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We were able to get a great team win over a very good Van Buren team. Proud of the guys for bouncing back and picking up a good win! I am glad we sent our Seniors off on a high note! Thank you to all who supported us this week. We had community members provide meals, community watch parties at local businesses, and the biggest and loudest crowd all week! It was powerful to be a part of!
5 months ago, Don McRoy
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Thank you for a great program, Mrs. Lambert!
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The 6th grade, 7th grade, and High School band put on a great performance tonight at the winter concert! We appreciate all the hard work Mr. Murphy and the bands put in to bring us these performances.
5 months ago, Don McRoy
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Ms. Skillman’s 7th grade enrichment class used angles and friction to slow a marble down in marble tube race creation. The design slowest was the goal to win the competition. There was a lot of excitement among the students as the one design everyone thought would win, actually slowed to a stop on two different runs. All of the creations were very different with multiple strategies and designs. Seeing all of the collaboration made Ms. Skillman’s teacher heart very happy! The winning time was 6.18 seconds! The team with the winning design was Jordan, Colten, and Tyler.
6 months ago, Don McRoy
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Congratulations to the December Citizens of the Month!
6 months ago, Don McRoy
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Our guys were able to gut it out and win the Bernie Invitational Tournament tonight over a really good Risco team! We found a way to win when shots weren't falling and our defense stepped up when we needed it! I can't say enough about this group of guys and cheerleaders. All day long they were excited for the game. The community and school were buzzing about the game tonight. I am beyond blessed to work in a school that cares so much and kids and families that care so much! I hope you all know how much we care about the kids! Thank you all for the support, thank you to the players for your commitment, it's a great night to be an Indian!
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