Branson Public Schools

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  • PTO Collecting Box Tops

    Our Box Tops for Education drive is scheduled October 3 – 7. We encourage you to send in your Box Tops with your student. If you don’t have children in school, you can mail them in to the district office (1756 Bee Creek Road) or drop them off at any of our building offices.

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  • Kohl's Readers to the Classroom

    The employees from community partner Kohl’s Department Store visited two classrooms at Cedar Ridge Elementary last Thursday. Students in Mrs. Blackerby’s class and those in Mrs. Hughes class received a book to take home thanks to the generosity of Kohl’s.

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  • BHS Hosts College Fair on Monday

    Branson High School will host its annual College Fair on Monday, October 3, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons. The College Fair is open to all grade levels.

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  • Third Graders Adopt Law Enforcement Officials

    Third graders in Jennifer Thomas’ class at Buchanan Elementary have adopted local law enforcement officials as their community service project for the school year. The students invited Missouri State Troopers from Taney and Stone County to the classroom to show their appreciation for service to the community.

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  • Student Produced Video Earns Honors

    The Missouri School Board’s Association annually sponsors a video contest to encourage high school students to submit a 60-second media entry relating to a theme as determined by the association.

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  • FFA Students Attend MU Field Day

    Over 60 first-year members of the BHS FFA club attended the Missouri University Research Center’s annual Field Day on September 9. MU Field day is designed to showcase some of the many agricultural careers available and provide information about those careers to high school students.

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  • Students Become Junior Medical Explorers

    Intermediate students will have the opportunity to participate in CoxHealth Center’s Junior Medical Explorers this school year. The program, offered at no cost to students, will consist of three, six-week sessions at both Intermediate Schools.

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  • Intermediate Students Travel via Technology

    Buchanan Intermediate has been selected to participate in a global partnership program through the JDO Foundation beginning this school year. The JDO Foundation is an educational, non-profit organization committed to fostering the use of technology in classrooms for third through sixth graders around the world.

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  • Lions Club Donates to Backpack Program

    The Branson-Hollister Lions Club presented the district with a $1,000 check to be used for the Backpack Program for students. Anna Hawkins, member, made the presentation at last Monday’s meeting of the Lions Club.

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  • Branson Bank Supports Character Education

    Branson Bank president, Bill Jones, presented a $700 check to Dr. Swofford on Monday in support of Character Education in the district. The money was raised by the bank employees who have an opportunity to dress casual each Friday for a donation of $5.

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  • Central Bank Makes Donation

    Central Bank of Branson presented Dr. Swofford with a check last week to purchase items needed by students. Craig Richards, Central Bank president and CEO, made the presentation to Swofford.

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  • FBLA Executive Leadership Conference

    The Missouri Future Business Leaders of America held their executive leadership conference August 1 and 2 at Lake of the Ozarks. The BHS officers for the 2016-17 school year attended along with their adviser, Alisa Cornelison

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  • FFA Officers at Missouri State Fair

    The Area 12 Officer Team of Future Farmers of America served at the Missouri State Fair last week. Ashley Redmon, who is a member of the team and a Branson High School student, was among those working at the State Fair.

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  • District Launches New App

    App (noun) - an application program designed for a particular purpose on a computer or mobile phone operating system. And the Branson School District now has one.

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  • FFA Students Attend Leadership Camp

    Branson FFA members attended the State Leadership Camp July 11-16. The camp, which is sponsored by the Missouri FFA Association, was held at Camp Rising Sun located within the Lake of the Ozarks State Park.

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  • Bus Fleet Honored for Excellence

    The Branson School District’s transportation fleet earned a safety rating of 98.5% during the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s annual bus inspection in March.

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  • Preschool Earns National Accreditation

    The Branson School District’s preschool program has earned national accreditation for its programs and services from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The preschool program is under the direction of Shelly Worley, Cedar Ridge Primary principal.

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  • Elementary School Supply List

    The 2016-2017 school supply list for our elementary students (grades PK-6) can be viewed here

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  • Phone App Tracks Your Bus Route

    You can track your bus route to determine pick up and drop off times each day by downloading the Versatrans My Stop mobile APP to your cell phone.

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