Lonedell School teacher Amanda Uhlig, center, dressed as McDonald’s french fries, reacts as students Erin York, left, dressed as a hamburger, and Gabi Lindsey, right, dressed as a Pepsi can, get ready to take a bite out of her costume Friday afternoon in front of the school gymnasium’s concession stand. Lonedell conducted a trend dance for its students after school that day as it began its Red Ribbon Week observances. Many students and some adults dressed in Halloween attire while attending the event, including these three, who donned the costumes made by Lindsey.
Posted: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 7:30 am
The news was, indeed, rewarding for the Lonedell R-XIV School District as it recently found out it is one of 15 Missouri schools that earned exemplary Professional Learning Community school status for the 2013-14 academic year.
In September, Superintendent Jen Ulrich found out that the school had been nominated for the recognition from the South Central Regional Professional Development Center. She told board of education members during their October meeting that the school had been selected.
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