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Middle school’s PBS ‘superheroes’ take great memories from presentation at Tan-Tar-A

Five local eighth graders had the time of their lives last week, having been among the first students ever to make presentations at the Missouri Safe Schools and Colleges Conference…

ESSD earns ‘accredited’ status in MSIP 2014 APR

The Missouri School Improvement Plan’s 2014 Annual Performance Report is back, and the Excelsior Springs School District is once again listed as “Accredited.” The MSIP’s “Accredited” designation means the school…

Bonuchi honored with naming of ES football field

The football field at Tiger Stadium now officially carries the name of one of Excelsior Springs’ most influential coaches and mentors—though discussions are still ongoing as to just how Vic…

Potter earns employee of the month honors

Jennifer Potter, the computer lab instructor at Elkhorn Elementary School, was recognized Monday night as the Excelsior Springs School District’s Classified Employee of the Month. The school district recognizes one…

DESE uses Lewis preschool program as example

Lewis Elementary School is proud to announce that its preschool classroom will be used as an example to train others from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Lewis’…

School board OKs sale of land for community center

Another step on the road to a new community center for Excelsior Springs occurred Monday night, as the Excelsior Springs Board of Education met in a brief special session to…

Tiger fans ask to name football field for Vic Bonuchi

As early as next month, the Excelsior Springs School District could be naming a feature at Tiger Stadium—possibly the football field itself—after Vic Bonuchi, a longtime Tiger football coach. Ken…

Bus routes listed for 2014-15 school year

School starts on Thursday, and families have spent the last few weeks preparing for the first day of classes. The Excelsior Springs School District has released the school bus routes…

ESSD delays drug test policy

A student drug testing policy proposed through a policy revision in May won’t go into effect until the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. The one-year delay was approved on…

Excelsior schools awarded 1st annual statewide PBS honor

More than two dozen teachers and administrators from the Excelsior Springs School District attended the MO SW-PBS Summer Training Institute at Tan-Tar-A in Lake Ozark from June 11-13, and the…

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