Trenton Middle School and Trenton High School students participated in the FCCLA National Leadership Conference virtually on July 7th-9th, 2020. The National Leadership Conference was originally set to be held in Washington, DC. The change to a virtual platform comes due to the evolving COVID-19 health crisis. The mission of Family, Career, and Community Leaders […]
The location has been changed for one of the activities for the Bright Futures Trenton Back to School Event. Spokesperson Terri Critten says Trenton R-9 backpacks and school supplies will be distributed in the First Christian Church Activity Center August 13th from noon until 6 o’clock, instead of the Trenton Middle School gym. Locations for […]
In partnership with Sun West Fruit Company, Trenton HyVee plans to give away six thousand peaches – free of charge – on Thursday, June 25th. The giveaway however will not be held at the grocery store. A contactless, drive-through event, will be held in front of the Trenton Middle School. The peaches give away begins […]
The Trenton R-9 School District has rescheduled preschool screenings for next week. The screenings will be held at Trenton Middle School Tuesday, May 26th, and Wednesday, May 27th. Students must be age three, four, or five by August 1st to be eligible. Screenings are for new students only. A link to sign up is provided […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education heard updates on summer sports and activities as well as graduation last (Tuesday) evening. Trenton High School Principal Kasey Bailey, THS Assistant Principal John Cowling, and Athletic Director Wes Croy created the tentative schedule for summer sports and activities. It involves no sports or activities practices or contests in […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education heard several reports during on Tuesday evening’s virtual meeting. Trenton High School Principal Kasey Bailey recommended postponing graduation and continue to consider how the district might hold the event. The board agreed with that recommendation. Bailey acknowledged some students might not be able to attend graduation if postponed due […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved a proposal by Superintendent Mike Stegman on Tuesday evening for salary schedules for certified and non-certified staff. Seven hundred dollars will be added to the certified salary schedule to set the base salary at $33,000. Stegman commented this would be competitive to other schools in the area. Thirty […]
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.
An eighth-grader from Trenton Middle School has qualified for the State Geography Bee competition. Milo Simpson will compete on the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia March 27th for a chance to move on to the national competition. Simpson is the first TMS student to qualify for the state event.
The Mosaic Life Care Foundation will host and sponsor the Northwest Missouri Regional Spelling Bee in March. The bee will be held at EmPowerU, located at 518 South Sixth Street in Saint Joseph March 7th. Registration will begin at 12:30, and the competition will start at 1 o’clock. Fourteen Northwest Missouri counties will send their […]
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.
Trenton Middle School and Trenton High School participated in Region II STAR Events held at the First Baptist Church in Chillicothe, Missouri on Tuesday, January 28 hosted by the Gallatin High School FCCLA Chapter. The Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is a national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders […]