Alumni of Trenton High School are reminded that news for publication in the newsletter will be due by the end of this month. This includes information regarding class reunions and individual information sheets for alums. Officials say information must be sent to Post Office 185 in Trenton. Trenton High School Alumni Association secretary Steve Maxey […]
Grundy County Jewett-Norris Library begins its Summer reading program with sign-up and other activities this Saturday, May 18, 2019. The signup period is from 10 in the morning until 1 o’clock in the afternoon at the children’s department of the library in Trenton. The theme is “A Universe of Stories.” Those participating on Saturday receive […]
Joel Martin McCulley, loving husband, son, brother and uncle passed away peacefully at his home Tuesday evening, May 14th, 2019. Joel was born on January 14, 1956, in Trenton, Missouri to Lloyd and Roberta (Allen) McCulley. Joel was married to Sonya Marie Griffin on October 13th, 1983. Joel attended Trenton Schools when he was younger […]
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. […]
The Valedictorian this year at Trenton High School is Werthen Gass and the Salutatorian is Emma Gilham. The rest of the top ten academic students in this year’s graduating class are Ainsley Tolson, Taylor Richman, Saedee Jackson, Latorrie Johnson, Karissa Brock, Sidney Lynch, Melea Farmer, and Dylan Harris. Other Trenton High School graduates recognized for […]
Several Trenton High School students received awards at the Spring Choir Concert Friday night. Choir Director Tyler Busick announced the Concert Choir Outstanding Students as Ashley Johnson, Melanie Guerrero, Amanda Parrack, and Baley Catron. Rebecca Urich was named the Most Improved Student for the Concert Choir. For Gold Rush, Outstanding Students were soprano Kasie Otto, alto […]
Several awards were presented at the Trenton High School Band concert Thursday night. Band Director Tim Gilham reports freshman Alondra Fernandez was named most improved, Trager Leeper was named outstanding freshman, Amanda Parrack outstanding sophomore, Emily Kosse outstanding junior, and Karissa Brock outstanding senior. The John Phillip Sousa Award went to Nicole Rodriguez. Jonathan Schlared […]
The Trenton High School Art Club, Art 9, will hold an art sale and show to benefit the club. The event will be in the high school art classroom on the evening of May 14th from 6 to 7 o’clock. The sale and show will include student and professional work.
The Trenton High School Student Council Officers for next school year have been announced. Cole Soptic will be President, Jordan Wendt Vice President, Mackenzie Klinginsmith Secretary, Mari Atup Treasurer, Halley Windsor Historian, Megan Spencer Public Relations Coordinator, and Tucker Otto will be Chaplain.
End of the school year band concerts are set for the Trenton R-9 Instrumental Department. The Trenton Middle School Band Concert is tonight (Monday, May 6, 2019) at 7 o’clock in the high school gym. The Trenton High School Band Concert is Thursday night at 7 o’clock in the high school gym. Awards will be […]
Trenton High School choirs will present their Spring Concert on Friday, May 10th at 7 o’clock at the First Baptist Church. Performing groups will include State Solo and Ensemble Qualifiers, Concert Choir, and Gold Rush. Year-End Awards will be presented near the conclusion of the concert and includes the Ann Brinser and Ruth Risser awards.