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.
Members of the Grundy County Farm Bureau Thursday evening heard about the Ronald McDonald houses in Kansas City. Community Relations Manager Alan Lubert was the speaker for the annual meeting. Lubert stated there are four Ronald McDonald Houses in Kansas City which collectively, have a total of 87 bedrooms. Lubert reported 7,685 families were served […]
The Trenton Golden Bulldog Marching Band will perform at several competitions this year as well as home football games. Director of Bands Ethan Stewart reports high school competitions will include Carrollton Band Day September 28th, Monroe City Marching Festival October 5th, Odessa Marching Invitational October 12th, and the Trenton Marching Festival October 19th. The band […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved early graduation requests for Kaitlyn Owen and Emma Rorebeck on Tuesday evening. Bus routes were approved with Director of Supportive Services Kris Ockenfels reporting there are 10 regular bus routes and three special education/preschool routes, which is the same as last year. He said there are enough drivers […]
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 Athletic Booster Club is selling season passes for the 2019-2020 school year. The passes cover admission for middle school and high school home events, including football, softball, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and track. A family pass costs $60 and covers immediate family members in the home with an individual pass costing $30. Passes must […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved student handbooks at a meeting Tuesday evening, with the exception of 90% attendance for trips, assemblies, and dances in the Trenton High School and Middle School handbooks, on a split vote. Board member David Whitaker moved, and Dorothy Taul seconded the motion, which passed three to two. Board […]
Drum majors have been announced for next school year for Trenton R-9 schools. Director of Bands Tim Gilham says the Trenton Middle School Marching Band drum majors will be Shayla Chapman and Hannah Oshel. Trenton High School Golden Bulldog Marching Band drum majors will be seniors Lily White and Mackenzie Klinginsmith. Members of the Trenton […]
Awards were presented to Trenton Middle School students Friday morning. Awards given included those for perfect attendance, which went to fifth graders Garrison Otto and Kinsley Otto; sixth graders Kiley Lawrence, Baylee McCullough, and Madalyn Tipton; seventh graders Ava Frazier, Victor Markell, and Lance Polk; and eighth-grader Kaylea Boyle. Each student with perfect attendance received […]
The Trenton School Board selected a health insurance carrier for next school year at a special meeting Monday. The board approved board member David Whitaker’s amended motion to select United Healthcare for coverage with a cap of $602 per month per employee. Board member Marcie Cutsinger was the only no vote and said she was […]
Trenton Middle School has announced the schedule for awards assemblies on Friday May 24, 2019, the final day of school at Trenton R-9. The event will be held in the Trenton Middle School gym with each grade level having a specific time period for their awards. Family members are invited to attend. On Friday morning, […]
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. […]