Students with no grade below 90% made the Principal’s Honor Roll. Front row: Wyatt Irvin, Jake Orrange, Spencer Still, Destiny Wilmurth. Middle row: Cory Cumpton, Dylan Fillinger, Sarah Daugherty, Megan Dessert, Anna Foreman, Ty Hunziker. Back row: Logan Cochran, Brooke Daugherty, Jayklin Smith, Ethan Irvin, Kayla Russell, Gage Sanders. Not pictured: Kayla Russell, Avae Moles and Shaynlin Smith.
Students with no grade below 90% made the Principal’s Honor Roll. Seated on floor: Sami Lane, Taylor Manson, Maggie Orrange, Liz Scott, Holly Yager. Front row: Hailey Allen, Wyatt Barnett, McKenzie Clarkson, Trent Daugherty, Cerenity Dirlam, Hank Hrabovsky, Mason Jackson, Cole Kimbrough. Middle row: Grayson Cochran, AJ Gunnels, Travis Hughes, Hailey Hunziker, Lane Kasper, Josie Parks, Carter Richardson, Raleigh Shannon. Top row: Michala Bush, Marshall Jackson, Billy Lau, Gracie Marks, Cali Mayabb, Michael Munter, Emily Wheeler, Braley Barnhart.
On Saturday, November 9, VFW Post #4347 will be conducting a traditional Buddy Poppy Campaign on Main Street in Drexel. VFW members will give out handmade Poppies in order to raise money for veterans welfare or for the well being of their needy dependents and orphans of veterans.
Ten Drexel Junior High students were selected to participate in All-District Choir Saturday, November 2 at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. The choir consisted of approximately 300 middle school students from 40 different schools. The choir performed a concert Saturday afternoon after rehearsing the music together all day. The Drexel Choir is led by Mr. Jake Herzog.
Happy Halloween! The library had a super time with kids this Halloween season. We had a fun party during story time. The children played games and ate candy, of course! Savannah Rodabaugh tried her luck pinning the nose on the pumpkin!
The library handed out candy and toys to the children during the Halloween parade. Abby Patterson and Maggie, Joe and David Strange were among the hundreds of children that stopped by for treats!
See the November 7 issue of The Drexel Star for the weekly events at the Library.