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Elementary receives grant
Kristi Reynolds and Archie R-V Elementary, is the recipient of a $500 Classroom Grant awarded by the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation (MRTF) MRT Foundation is the charitable arm of the Missouri Retired Teachers Association and Public School Personnel (MRTA) which is the voice of education retirees in the state of Missouri. Pictured right: Front row - Walter Cochran, MRTF President; Kristi Reynolds, Archie Elementary; Linda Kyser, Cass County RTA Vice President; Martha Nicholson, President of Cass County Retired Teachers Association and School Personnel. Back row - Archie R-V retirees, Linda Logue, Ginger Bure, Ruth York and Virginia Argabright.

R-V School District scores 96.4% on APR
This month, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) released the 2014 Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) 5 Annual Performance Report (APR) to school districts. Missouri’s Top 10 by 20 plan holds as a primary goal that all students will graduate college and career-ready. To measure progress toward this goal and to distinguish among school and district performance, DESE computes an Annual Performance Report (APR) score. Overall, the Archie School District’s current APR score is 96.4/100.

The APR score is used to differentiate among school district performance, and to make classification determinations of accreditation; Accredited with Distinction*, Accredited, Provisionally Accredited and Unaccredited designations.

R-V Yearbook receives Excellence Award
The 2014 Archie High School yearbook received an Excellence Award from publisher Walsworth Publishing Company. Pictured far right are yearbook staff members Mary Kurzweil, Taylor Plattner, Tiffany Greenwood, Adviser Laura Beth Cecil, Walsworth Representative John Kelley, and yearbook staff members Kaitlyn Ray and Briley Anderson.


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