Trenton Middle School has announced its April students of the month for sense of humor. Those selected are fifth graders Claire Woodard and Jackson Lewis, sixth graders Lydia Smiley and Spur Hughs, seventh graders Savannah Hughs and Cooper Houser, and eighth graders Alhanna Milazzo and Mason Rongey.
Trenton Middle School has announced its March students of the month for the character trait “Fairness.” Students selected are fifth-graders Lyandra Taylor and Connor Thompson, sixth-graders Adylene Lopez and Johnny Lovell, seventh-graders Kaidence Griffith and Kale Batson, and eighth-graders Jacey Hudson and Brady Tobias.
Trenton Middle School has announced the February Students of the Month for the character trait honesty. Those selected are fifth-graders Lillee Dalrymple and Malachi Kottwitz, sixth-graders Taeghyn Yerington and Dillon Hunter, seventh-graders Shelby Romesburg and James Chamberlain, and eighth-graders Jena Hunter and Trusten Streett.
Trenton Middle School has announced its October Students of the Month for the character trait respect. Students selected are fifth-graders Lilliahna Sosa and Drake Weaver, sixth-graders Laney Woldridge and Aiden Gott, seventh-graders Kiona Lawrence and Brayden Sharp, and eighth-graders Kiley Lawrence and Wade Houser.
Trenton Middle School has announced its March Students of the Month for the character trait fairness. Students selected are fifth-graders Makayla Mejia and Bradly Miller, sixth-graders Sosha Scott and Logan Roberts, seventh-graders Sadie Tobias, and Michael Hiles, and eighth-graders Mady Couey and Brayden Hughs.
Trenton Middle School has announced the February Students of the Month for the character trait honesty. Those selected include fifth-graders Romey Huff and Henry Lasley, sixth-graders Ayla Coats and Garrison Otto, seventh-graders Baylee McCullough and Jacob Horton, and eighth-graders Sarai Fernandez Romo and Maverick Stieh.
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved the final draft of the 2018-2019 school audit on Tuesday evening. Bob Conrad with Conrad and Higgins said the district was “in good shape.” Information presented included that the district’s retirement is 84% funded, which Conrad called “excellent” and “healthy.” The district has more than 11 hundred students, […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its students of the month for December’s character trait kindness. Students selected are fifth graders Sage Foster and Kaydan Foster, sixth graders Adrianna Williams and Brock Borders, seventh graders Graci Crouse and Hunter Ledgerwood, and eighth graders Isabella Fender and Jaydon Stotts.
Trenton Middle School has announced the November Students of the Month for the character trait courtesy. Students selected are fifth-graders Sarai Birkhead and Clayton Archuleta, sixth-graders Paige “Rose” Fender and Chase Foster, seventh-graders Rachel Russell and Korben Lee, and eighth-graders Adrianna Havens and Trey Guerrero.
Trenton Middle School has announced its October Students of the Month with a character trait of respect. Students selected are fifth-graders Lillian Ortega and Karsen Spencer, sixth-graders Laylah Clause and Kameron Foster, seventh-graders Barbara Eugenio and Kiefer Tolson, and eighth-graders Kinze Hanson and Ronald Woods.
Trenton Middle School has announced its Students of the Month for September. Students selected for the character trait responsibility are fifth-graders Kimberly Clark and Peyton Baker, sixth-graders Katy Simpson and Kylar Foster, seventh-graders Reece Weldon and Maxx Baker, and eighth-graders Ella Novak and Victor Markell.
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education discussed health insurance options at its meeting on Tuesday evening. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reported if the district stayed with Blue Cross Blue Shield next school year, the basic plan would cost $658.34 per month per employee. That is an increase of about 15% of what the district currently pays. […]