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Soeter completes 100-book challenge

Poplar Bluff High School senior Ben Soeter is the first student in three years to read 100 novels and earn a $1,000 scholarship via the Designing Women Foundation’s Charlie Classics reading program.

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Congratulations to our retirees!

A total of 22 members of Poplar Bluff Schools’ staff, faculty and administration were honored during a retirement reception on Thursday, April 30, in the Administrative Building.

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Familiar TV meteorologist visits PBJHS

KFVS12 Meteorologist Laura Wibbenmeyer provided seventh graders at Poplar Bluff Junior High School a behind-the-scenes look at television news forecasting on Wednesday, April 22, in the gymnasium.

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PBJHS hosts area Special Olympics

An annual partnership between Poplar Bluff Schools and Special Olympics Missouri, the Southeast Area spring games were hosted on Friday, April 17, at Fred M. Morrow Stadium, featuring participation in track and field events from hundreds of athletes representing over a dozen counties.

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Eugene Field students wow community again

Eugene Field’s second annual Leadership Day was attended by more than 100 business leaders, school officials and parents, some of whom left with tears of joy after witnessing the incredible confidence instilled in the elementary students through The Leader in Me program.

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