This is a reminder that high school football practice starts at 3:30 pm on Monday. Everyone needs to bring their own water.
Reminder: High School Football parent meeting tonight at 6:00 pm in the HS gym. Enter through the HS breezeway.
Any 7th or 8th graders interested in playing softball this fall please attend the meeting on August 10th at 6:00 PM. See below letter. The meeting will take place at the softball field. If you have not already signed up or updated your FamilyID information please do so prior to the first day of practice. I look forward to seeing all of you! Coach Snelling
HS Football Camp is every day next week beginning at 7:00 am. There is a parent meeting at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, July 29th, in the bleachers. Contact Coach Vannoy with questions.
I am glad to announce that MSHSAA has issued re-opening guidance for fall sports and activities that allows our first fall sports practices to commence on August 10th as scheduled. In consideration of the continuing risk from COVID-19, there will be additional guidance from our local health department, administration, and School Nurse to mitigate the risks faced by our athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators. Until that guidance is issued, please continue to follow current guidelines and recommendations. I appreciate your efforts over these past few months in giving our students the opportunity to return to play. Keith Gudehus, Athletic/Activities Director
Just a reminder: All athletes need a current physical on file before fall sports practices start. Physicals are now good for two years. To check your child's last physical date, log on to your Family ID account. Athletes in need of a physical may call one of our local clinics for an appointment. NEMO Health Council 660.397.3517 or Edina Medical Clinic 660.460.8140.
The Lady Eagles softball team will be hosting a camp July 27-29. It is open to incoming grades 6-8. Please see the attached form and the COVID-19 liability waiver for more details. Please sign both and turn them in on the first day of camp. Both forms must be turned in before student athletes can participate in camp! I will have extra forms the first day of camp for those unable to print them. We look forward to seeing all of you! Coach Dale
Just a reminder Tuesday, June 30 is the last day of meal delivery. Have a great summer!
Deadline is July 7th to apply. Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020, families that qualify for free or reduced lunch at school may be eligible for a new benefit of up to $302 per child (Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 12), known as the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program, to help with food costs while students continue to learn at home. The benefits include: · $57 for March · $125 for April · $120 for May If you are eligible, the benefit months you are eligible for will be loaded onto an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. If you received Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits in March, DO NOT apply for these new/additional benefits. The full $302 will automatically be loaded to your existing EBT card. If you need more information on SNAP, visit https://mydss.mo.gov/covid-food-stamp-info . If you did not receive Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits in March, you must apply for this benefit and complete all sections of the application. An individual child is also eligible for the new benefit if the child was attending a school that participates in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), Provision 2, or Provision 3 during the unanticipated school closure. If you are not sure your child attended an eligible school, you should contact the school district the child attends before you apply. If you do not want to receive this benefit, you do not need to apply. To find out if you may be eligible, please see Attachment A. Resource Parents qualify to receive P-EBT, as Foster Care children receive free lunch. If you are a Resource Parent who wants to receive these benefits, you will also need to complete the application. Select one of the following ways to apply: · Complete the online application at EmergencyMealSurvey.com/MO · Scan your completed and signed application, then email it to: FoodandNutritionServices@dese.mo.gov
Summer workouts for Knox Co football begin tonight with shifts at 5:00 and 6:00pm. Bring your own water and towels. Contact Coach Vannoy (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Knox Co. boys grades 9-12 interested in summer baseball workouts should be at the baseball field at 6:00 pm on Monday, June 1st. Workouts will be Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:00 pm.
Any Knox Co. boys, grades 9-12, interested in summer basketball workouts should attend an initial information briefing on Tuesday, June 2, at 7:00 pm in the football bleachers.
High school summer sports workouts will commence on Monday, June 1st, within strict guidelines given to coaches. Please make sure your child is registered in Family ID for the 2020-21 program at this link so coaches can contact your student-athlete regarding schedules: https://www.familyid.com/knox-county-r1-school-district . Please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Knox County High School is proud to announce that we have promoted Assistant Coach Dave Cameron to be the head coach of our baseball program. Dave brings over 12 years of high school baseball coaching experience. He will be assisted by Coach Corey Huchteman. Congratulations!
It's in these challenging times that we truly recognize and appreciate how teachers play such a pivotal role in our children’s lives. Under a tremendous amount of stress and uncertainty, Knox County teacher's continue to virtually educate our kids on a daily basis. Their hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed. Thank you, teachers, for all you do on a daily basis for all our county's kids and families. We appreciate you more than you know! Please help us in thanking our teachers during National Teacher Week May 4-8.
High School--Today is the last day to purchase a yearbook with namestamping. Books without namestamping will still be available for purchase throughout the check-out days. Please bring payment on those days or purchase online at yearbookforever.com
High School Yearbook sales have extended until the 30th. You can purchase online at https://yearbookforever.com/ or contact the school to have your name added to the list.
Due to social distancing orders, the Knox County R-1 School Board meeting will be streamed live at nemonews.net at 6:00 tonight. The agenda can be found at the following link: http://district.knox.k12.mo.us/april-2020/
Family ID registration is open for Knox County students for the 2020-2021 school year. Click on this link https://www.familyid.com/organizations/knox-county-r1-school-district to register your children.
Thank you to our alumni who are working on the frontlines during the fight against COVID-19. Today we celebrate Lori Moots-Clair! Thank you! If you know of Knox alumni who are fighting on the frontlines, please reach out to email@example.com We want to recognize them!
MS and HS Yearbook needs your help! Upload pictures of your students during this historical moment. Access code-knoxpics https://wpcgo.yearbookforever.com/k25oR
We have extended our school cancellation until April 17. We will continue to do our job which is educating students and providing meals. Thank you for your continued support.
We continue to deliver meals. If you want to get added to the list for todays meals, please fill the form on our website by 9:00 am.
Families receiving meals, please make sure that you have somewhere for us to set the meals down. Even a chair would be sufficient. We are practicing social distancing so please do not come get your meal at the bus. Thank you
School is open until 4:00pm today if your student forgot something they may need.
Attention: The baseball jamboree scheduled for Saturday 3/14 at Putnam County is cancelled.
ATTENTION!!! 8TH GRADE PARENTS Needed baby and present day photos turned into Ms.Hamlin by March 31 for promotion video.
Kays bus is running 10 minutes late this morning
Today the 4th-6th grade math team competed at Regionals. Overall, the team was 2nd in Division 6. The following students earned individual awards: 4th Grade Patrick Clark: 5th place Number Sense, 8th place overall Chloe Donahoo: 1st place Number Sense, 1st place Target, 2nd place overall Kalli Parrish: 4th place Number Sense, 4th place Target, 5th place Sprint, 5th place overall 5th Grade Levi Clark: 2nd place Number Sense 6th Grade Blake Campbell: 5th place Target, 8th place overall Maddie Davis: 3rd place Number Sense, 4th place overall Zane Rack: 1st place Number Sense, 5th place Sprint, 1st place overall Elijah Reel: 4th place Number Sense, 2nd place Target, 3rd place Sprint, 3rd place overall Students that finished in the top 10 overall in their grade have qualified for the state competition in May.
Kays bus is running 10 minutes late this morning.
Knox County boys fall to Putnam County 56-59.
With 1:05 left, Knox County boys trail Putnam County 54-56.
After missing on two chances to take the lead, Knox falls behind by 8 with 4:08 left in the game. 48-56.
After trailing by as many as 19, Knox boys storm back to close within 3 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Knox trails 46-49.
At the half, Knox County trails Putnam County 31-44.
After one quarter, Knox boys trail Putnam County 17-21.
No middle school tutoring tonight.
Scotland County Lady Tigers defeat Knox County 43-25.
After 3 quarters, Knox girls trail Scotland County 18-32.
At the half, Knox girls trail Scotland County 16-19.
At the end of one quarter, Knox girls lead Scotland County 7-4.
Congratulations to Business teacher Mrs. Brandi Wriedt and to Art teacher Mrs. Toni Lucas! They applied and received the DESE Computer Science Education Fund Grant. With this grant, they will participate in summer training to be certified to offer new Computer Science classes next fall! Great job ladies!
After 3 quarters, Knox girls trail Marceline 25-32.
Our JV boys and varsity games with North Shelby, scheduled for tomorrow night, will go on as scheduled. Tip at 5:00.
Elementary Valentine’s Day Parties will be rescheduled for Tuesday, February 18th at 2 pm.
Do to cold temperatures and road temperatures and road conditions, school is cancelled tomorrow.
The Knox County JV War Eagle Tournament is postponed. We will publish additional information as it comes available.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=410kRh0UtQI&feature=youtu.be Due to extremely cold temperatures and road conditions, school is cancelled tomorrow.
After Prom Meeting for tonight is postponed until tomorrow night 2/13 at 6:00pm.
School will be dismissing at 12:30 today.
Knox County boys defeat Scotland County 44-32.
With 3:53 remaining, Knox boys lead Scotland County 36-28.
After 3 quarters, Knox County boys lead Scotland County 33-28.
At the half, Knox boys lead Scotland County 26-22.
With 4:00 left in the first half, Knox boys trail Scotland County 15-19.
Scotland County girls defeat Knox County 44-28.
After three quarters, Knox girls trail Scotland County 16-31.
At the half, Knox girls trail Scotland County 9-23.
At the end of one quarter, Knox girls trail Scotland County 5-12.
Knox County Eagles 34 Paris Coyotes 51 Final
Knox County Eagles 25 Paris Coyotes 37 End of the third
Knox County Eagles 12 Paris Coyotes 25 Halftime
End of of 1st Quarter Knox County Eagles 4 Paris Coyotes 14
Knox County Lady Eagles 31 Paris Lady Coyotes 48 Final
After the 3rd Quarter Knox County Lady Eagles 21 Paris Lady Coyotes 42
At the end of the first half, the Knox County Lady Eagles trail the Paris Lady Coyotes 31-12.
At the end of the first quarter the Knox County Lady Eagles trail the Paris Lady Coyotes 22-2
Congratulations to the JV Boys on the Championship Title at the Putnam County JV Tourney.
JV tournament at Putnam tonight is postponed.
School will be dismissing at 2:00 today.
Knox County boys defeat Fayette 56-36.
After three, Knox boys lead at Fayette, 45-29.
With 3:13 left in the third, Knox boys lead Fayette 37-27.
At the half, Knox boys lead Fayette 27-22.
After 1 quarter, Knox boys trail Fayette 11-13.
Knox girls defeat Fayette 54-33.
With 2:00 left, Knox girls lead Fayette 48-30.
In the 4th, Knox girls lead Fayette 43-26.
At halftime, Knox County leads South Shelby 35-7.
At the half, Knox County boys lead Schuyler County 27-22.
The Knox County Lady Eagles come up short against the Schuyler County Lady Rams 43-39.
After three quarters of play, the Knox County Lady Eagles and the Schuyler County Lady Rams are tied at 31 apiece.
At the half, the Knox County Lady Eagles lead the Schuyler County Lady Rams 19-15.
To clarify some disinformation, "cleaning out" the trophy cases means removing tournament championships and below more than 2 years old. This was done last summer. Conference championships and above remain on display forever. Photos of items taken off display will be posted on the TVs in the gym hallway. Please call the AD, Keith Gudehus, for any questions.
Knox Lady Eagles defeat LaPlata 49-27 for the Consolation trophy of the North Shelby Tournament.
After 3 quarters, Knox girls lead LaPlata 48-16.
At the half, Knox girls lead LaPlata 34-12.
Knox girls lead LaPlata 15-3 after one quarter.
Buses will be running on hard surfaces only.
Knox girls defeat Highland JV 60-16. Knox will face LaPlata for the consolation championship at 4:30 on Wednesday, January 29th.
Knox boys will play for the North Shelby Tournament championship at 7:30 on Saturday, February 1st, against tonight’s winner of the North Shelby/South Shelby match-up.
At the half, Knox girls lead Highland JV 37-6.
With 4:10 left in the second, Knox girls lead Highland JV 26-4.
The Knox County Eagles advance to the North Shelby Tournament Championship game beating the La Plata Bulldogs 44-35.
Knox County led LaPlata 28-20 after 3. LaPlata scores the first five of the fourth to cut the lead to 28-25. Now 30-25 Knox with 7:04 left.
At the half, Knox County boys lead LaPlata 20-13 in the championship semi-final of the NS Tournament.
The MS Scholar Bowl tournament at Scotland County, scheduled for tomorrow, has been canceled.
Games at North and South Shelby for today are postponed. Details will follow.
Games at North Shelby scheduled for today are postponed until tomorrow. Details will be published later today.
No school tomorrow January 24.
Hopefully we will have school tomorrow. School busses will be operating on hard surfaces only until further notice
Tournament games at North Shelby are postponed again. We will update the schedule as soon as details are released.
Due to poor road conditions, school is cancelled for tomorrow, January 23, 2020.
Games at North Shelby have been postponed by 1 day. Knox girls and boys will play next on Friday at 4:30 and 6:00, respectively.
Due to road conditions, school is cancelled tomorrow, January 22.
Due to road conditions school will not be in session tomorrow.
JV boys basketball game at Scotland County tonight 1/20 is cancelled due to slick road conditions.
The MS Scotland County SPRINT tournament for Saturday has been postponed until Saturday January 25.
Due to potentially dangerous road conditions in today’s forecast, tonight’s basketball games with Fayette are postponed.
Do to forecast for tomorrow, school is canceled.
Knox County falls to Highland 47-48.
In the fourth, Highland scores 9 unanswered and trails Knox 39-40 with 2:30 left.
At the half, Knox County boys trail Highland 14-15 in the consolation game of the Highland Tournament.
After one quarter at Highland, Knox boys trail 4-6.
Varsity Boys play tonight at the Highland Tournament at 7:00 pm. Bus leaves at 5:00.
Final from Highland, Knox boys defeat Scotland County 55-34.
After three, Knox boys lead Scotland County 38-24.
At the half, Knox County boys lead Scotland County 25-11.
After 1, Knox boys lead Scotland County 11-6.
Knox County girls fall to Kirksville 31-43.
After three quarters, Knox County girls trail Kirksville 26-34.
At the half, Knox girls trail Kirksville girls by 6. 19-25.
After one, Knox girls trail Kirksville 10-13.
Macon defeats Knox County 48-42.
At the end of the third quarter Knox County trails Macon 31-29.
At the half, Knox County leads Macon 18-16.
At the end of the first quarter, Knox County leads Macon 9-6.
Lady Eagles come up short and lose to Palmyra 74-53. Next game Wednesday at 4:30.
At the end of the third quarter, the Lady Eagles trail 42-56.
At half Lady Eagles trail 27-30.
At the end of the first quarter, the Lady Eagles lead Palmyra 16-11.
Final score 65-29
At the end of the third 58-18.
At half, Eagles trail 48-11.
At the end of the first quarter the Eagles trail Liberty 18-7.
Lady Eagles lose to Liberty 38-27.
At the end of the third quarter, Lady Eagles trail 19-22.
At the end of the first half, Lady Eagles lead 19-12.
At the end of the first quarter the Lady Eagles lead Liberty 11-7.
Knox falls at Salisbury in double overtime. 62-59.
Double overtime at Salisbury. Tied at 54.
Overtime at Salisbury. Tied at 52.
With 57 seconds left, Knox leads Salisbury 50-48.
After 3, Knox County boys lead Salisbury 40-39.
At the half, Knox boys lead at Salisbury, 30-27.
After 1 quarter, Knox boys lead Salisbury 15-11.
Knox County Lady Eagles fall to Salisbury 36-66.
After 3, Knox Lady Eagles trail at Salisbury, 32-48.
At the half, Knox County Lady Eagles trail Salisbury 24-31.
Knox JH Lady Eagles defeat Scotland County in four overtimes...37-34. Boys fall to Milan.
Today’s JH games at Schuyler County are on as scheduled. 4:30 in both gyms.
Knox County R-1 School District will be closed tomorrow, Monday, December 16th.
Knox County JV boys win 29-28 over Clark County with a 3 point shot by Kellen Parrish with 2 seconds to go.
Clark County 60 Knox County 40 Final.
After three quarters of play, Knox County trails Clark County 45-31.
At halftime, the Knox County Eagles trail Clark County 32-19.
At the end of the first quarter the Knox County Eagles trail Clark County 15-4.
Knox County’s JH A team girls lose to Putnam County 16-31.
Lady Eagles B Team picks up its first W of the year with a 24-14 win over Putnam County. Knox B boys drop a 14-17 contest against Putnam.
The Knox County Lady Eagles fall to Clark County 43-25.
After three quarters, the Knox County Lady Eagles trail Clark County 35-18
At the half, the Knox County Lady Eagles trail Clark County 26-12.
At the end of the first quarter, the Knox County Lady Eagles trail Clark County 12-4.
Knox girls fall to Brookfield 33-42.
After 3, the Lady Eagles trail Brookfield 27-30.
Knox girls trail Brookfield 25-18 at the half. Brookfield hit a half court three to end the half.
Knox Lady Eagles and Brookfield Lady Bulldogs playing for the consolation championship at Schuyler County. Knox leads 11-9 at the end of the 1st quarter.
Knox boys defeat Schuyler County 49-33.
With 1:56 left, Knox boys lead Schuyler 42-33.
Knox boys outscore Schuyler 17-5 in the 3rd to take a 15 point lead.
Knox scores 9 unanswered to start quarter 3 and take a 31-19 lead over Schuyler County.
At the half, Knox boys lead Schuyler 22-19.
After one quarter, Knox boys trail Schuyler 11-13.
Scotland County 50 Knox County 38 Final
At the end of the third quarter, the Knox County Eagles trail the Scotland County Tigers 33-25
At the end of the first half Knox County trails Scotland County 21-15.
At the end of the 1st quarter, Knox County and Scotland County are tied at 10.
Students who sold band/choir and FFA fundraising items-They need to be picked up today before 4:00. Thank you!
Knox Lady Eagles hang on for the 48-42 win over North Shelby.
With 2:15 left, Knox Lady Eagles lead North Shelby 42-36.
Knox girls lead North Shelby 32-27 after 3.
At the half, Knox girls lead a North Shelby 21-14.
After 1, Knox girls lead North Shelby 10-8.
Knox falls to Brookfield in overtime. 61-63.
Bonus minutes for Knox and Brookfield as Rylan Roberts hits a buzzer-beating, leaning 3 for Knox as time expires. 50-50.
Eagles trail by as many as 14 in the 3rd, but close to 8 with 2:00 left in the 3rd.
The Knox County Lady Eagles fall to the Milan Wildcats 51-48.
The Knox County Lady Eagles trail Milan 43-41 at the end of the third quarter.
At halftime, Milan 28 Knox County Lady Eagles 27.
The Knox County Lady Eagles trail Milan 17-11 at the end of the first quarter.
Knox Eagles win 49-45
Lady Eagles come up short. Final score 56-40
At half Canton takes the lead 26-25.
Knox County boys beat Scotland County 45-20.
At the half, Knox 8th grade boys lead Scotland County 30-13.
Knox JH girls fall to Scotland County 21-23.
At the half, Knox JH girls trail Scotland County 8-13.
Knox County 7th grade boys fall to Scotland County 44-17.
At the half, Knox 7th grade boys trail Scotland 12-24.
The Veterans Day video produced by Eagle Nation News from this morning can be viewed at https://youtu.be/YqxiRb4vebc
Buses may be running a little late this morning as they are taking their time to make our students are safe.
Elementary Halloween parties have been rescheduled for tomorrow November 1st from 2-3 pm.
School for today, October 31st has been cancelled due to icy road conditions.
It's not to late for your student to invite a Veteran to the Veteran's Day breakfast and Assembly. Please call the elementary office to get their name on the list.
Fayette 38 Knox County 8. Final.
At the conclusion of the third quarter Knox County trails Fayette 32-0.
At the half, Knox County trails Fayette 18-0.
At the end of the first quarter, Knox County trails the Fayette Falcons 6-0.
Students who ride Rhonda’s bus, she is running about 10 minutes late this morning.
Highland 28 Knox County 22. Final.
Highland stops Knox County on Downs. Highland 28 Knox County 22 with 1:50 left in the game.
With 3:30 left in the fourth quarter Highland leads Knox County 28-22.
Branson Miller scores on a quarterback sneak from the two yard line. The two point try is no good. The Knox County Eagles lead the Highland Cougars 22-20 with 3:23 left in the third quarter.
Branson Miller throws to Coltin Morrow for a 15 yard touchdown. 2 point try is good. Highland leads Knox County 20-16 with 6:17 left in the third quarter.
At halftime, Highland leads Knox County 20-8.
Branson Miller rushes 12 yards for a touchdown as time expires in the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter, Highland leads Knox County 14-8.
Senior Parents! Yearbook staff sent out Senior Ad order forms in the mail. Reminder-these are due on November 26th with your payment. K-aged photos & class candids are also due. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or call the office.
Senior night is Saturday, October 19th starting at 6:30 pm. Senior football, band, flags and trap shoot members will be recognized. (Cheerleaders and Choir will be recognized during basketball season.)
Reminder to senior parents FAFSA night is tonight at 6pm in the cafeteria. Please plan to attend!
Lady Eagles defeat Community 14-10.
Knox Lady Eagles lead Community 14-9 after 6 1/2.
In a back and forth affair, Community leads Knox softball 7-6 after 4 innings.
Lady Eagles play a great game but come up short. Final score 4-2
Going to the top of the 7th Lady Eagles need two runs to tie it up. Score 4-2
Highland score two runs in the bottom of the 4th and now lead the Lady Eagles 3-2.
Going to the top of the 4th Lady Eagles lead 2-1.
Going to the top of the third Lady Eagles still lead 2-0.
After 1 inning the Lady Eagles lead 2-0.
Knox falls to Marceline 2-12 in 5 innings.
11-1 Marceline over Knox County after 4 full innings.
Marceline scores three more in their half of the 3rd to make it 7-1.
After two full, Marceline leads Knox County 4-1.
Lady Eagles strike first. Kaitlin Campbell with a hard single to plate Riley Strange. 1-0 Eagles after 1/2 of an inning.
Due to the forecast, Thursday’s varsity softball game with Highland has been moved to Wednesday (tomorrow) at 5:00. Location is still at Highland.
Students who ride Kay Mallett’s bus, she is running about 10 minutes late this morning.
Seniors and senior parents, Alicia Wollmering will be here October 15 at 6 pm in the high school cafeteria to talk about FAFSA. If you are planning on attending college and don't have experience with FAFSA, you should attend.
Salisbury 21 Knox County 0 Final
At the start of the fourth quarter, Salisbury leads Knox County 21-0
Knox County turns Salisbury over on downs. Knox County offense will start on their own 4 yard line with 3:48 left in the 3rd quarter.
A blocked punt resulted in 28 yard scoop and score for Salisbury. Salisbury leads Knox County 13-0 with 10:00 minutes left in the third quarter.
Knox County stops Salisbury in a goal to go situation with under one minute left in the first half. At halftime Knox County trails Salisbury 7-0.
At the end of the first, Knox County trails Salisbury 7-0
Salisbury scores on their opening drive. Salisbury leads Knox County 7-0 7:50 left in the first quarter
Knox County Lady Eagles plate 12 in the top of the 5th. Lady Eagles lead 24-3.
Going into the top of the 5th, Knox County leads Harrisburg 12-3.
Top of the 4th Knox County 11 Harrisburg 3
Highlighted by a 3 run home run by Jen Hinkle, Knox County leads Harrisburg 11-2 after the top of the 3rd.
After 2 innings, Knox County Lady Eagles lead the Harrisburg Bulldogs 5-2.
Jen Hinkle hits a bases clearing double. Knox County leads Harrisburg 5-1. Top of the second.
MS basketball practice starts Monday, October 7th, for those not in football, softball, or cheer. Meet in the high school gym immediately after school.
Students who ride Kay Mallett’s bus (#1), your bus is running about 10 minutes behind.
Marceline Softball on 10/8 is as follows: Junior High will play at 5:00 and varsity will follow. Both games will be on one field.
After Prom meeting tonight (10/2) at 5:30 in the HS cafeteria. 11th and 12th grade parents interested in helping with After Prom are encouraged to attend.
Lady Eagles defeat South Shelby 8-7.
Salisbury defeats the Lady Eagles 10-0 in 6 innings.
Salisbury plates 3 more in the 5th to take a 6-0 lead.
After four, Salisbury leads Knox 3-0. Eagles batting in the top of the fifth.
Salisbury plates 2 in the third to take a 2-0 lead after 3 innings.
After two crisp innings at Salisbury, still scoreless.
After one inning, no score for Knox and Salisbury girls.
Branson Miller connects with Coltin Morrow for an 85 yard touchdown with 1:00 remaining. Knox trails 6-36.
36-0 Harrisburg over Knox County with 11:19 left in the game.
After 3, Harrisburg leads Knox County 30-0.
With 6:00 left in the third, Knox trails Harrisburg 0-30.
At the half, the Harrisburg Bulldogs lead Knox County football 14-0.
The high school activity night has been cancelled for this evening.
Football game has been rescheduled for tomorrow at 11:00 am.
Game is now postponed until 7:30.
The varsity football game has been postponed until 7:00 p.m.
Tonight’s varsity football game will begin at 6:00 (instead of 7:00) due to the potential for severe weather later this evening. The Homecoming parade will proceed, as scheduled, at 4:00.
Knox County Lady Eagles defeat Westran 15-2 in 5 innings. Eagles go to 8-6 overall.
Knox County Lady Eagles lead the Westran Lady Hornets 4-2 at the top of the 3rd.
At the bottom of the fifth, the Lady Eagles fall to the Lady Falcons with a final score of 16-4.
At the bottom of the fourth inning the Falcons lead 16-3 .
At the end of the 3rd inning Fayette leads 11-3 .
At the end of the second inning the score is 3-2, the Eagles trail by 1.
Arysta Snyder with a hard hit double in the second.
Daniella Dooley with a home run in the second inning to bring in two for the Eagles! #hitbombs
At the end of the 1st inning Fayette leads 3-0
2019 Homecoming Candidates and Court By Jaiden Linebaugh Knox County Homecoming Week, “Throwin’ It Back” is running from Sept. 23 to 27. During halftime of the Homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 27, the Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned. The first group of senior candidates is Brittany Harsell and Keagan Hamlin. Brittany Harsell is the daughter of Tommy and Tammy Harsell. She is involved in FFA and Yearbook. Keagan Hamlin is the son of Jeff Hamlin and Laine Lay. He is involved in football, track, and Spanish Club. The second set of senior candidates is Jaiden Linebaugh and Robert Mauck. Jaiden Linebaugh is the daughter of Brian and Jonnie Primm. She is involved as the Senior Class Vice President, NHS President, Football Manager, Eagle Nation News Editor and is involved in basketball, dance, track, FFA and Spanish Club. Robert Mauck is the son of Robby and Sherri Mauck. He is involved in football, basketball, track, and Spanish Club. Another group of senior candidates includes Arysta Snyder and Noah Hall. Arysta Snyder is the daughter of Jason and Amanda Snyder. She is the FBLA President, Vice President of NHS, Senior Class Treasurer, Band Drum Majorette and is involved in softball, Drama Club, Spanish Club, and Art Club. Noah Hall is the son of Russell Hall and Angela Strange. He is the Senior Class President and is involved in football, track, Spanish Club and Drama Club. The At-Large senior candidates are Jazzlynn Holman and Trent Klocke. Jazzlynn Holman is the daughter of Joseph and Krista Holman. She is involved in Spanish Club, Band, NHS, basketball cheer and is the football cheer captain. Trent Klocke is the son Jeff and Tara Klocke. He is involved in baseball, basketball, FFA and Spanish Club. The junior court attendants are Megan Miller and Landon Hubble. Megan is the daughter of Kelly and Rachel Miller. She is involved in FFA. Landon Hubble is the son of Rick and Amy Hubble. He is involved in FFA, Trapshooting, and baseball. The sophomore court attendants are Hannah Dye and Patrick Ogden. Hannah Dye is the daughter of Tom and Tammy Dye. She is involved in cheer, flags, choir and dance. Patrick Ogden is the son of Elizabeth Ogden. He is involved in football, track, baseball, and FFA. The freshmen court attendants are Hannah Miller and Austin Jansen. Hannah Miller is the daughter of Craig Miller and the late Bonnie Miller. She is involved in cheer and dance. Austin Jansen is the son of Scott and Kim Jansen. He is involved in basketball, Trapshooting, and FFA. This year, the Student Council has decided to select one female and one male faculty/staff member to be attendants on the Homecoming Court as well, which were voted upon by the students. The Faculty/Staff attendants are Laura Greenley and Luis Mendez. Laura Greenley is a high school Language Arts teacher and has been teaching in the district for 11 years. Luis Mendez is the high school Foreign Language teacher and has been teaching in the district for 6 years.
Today’s JH tournament at Schuyler County is canceled.
Eagles WIN! Beating the Coyotes 14-12. Great game Eagles! 🏈🦅
The coyotes score in the 4th taking the score to 14-12. The Eagles lead with 1:48 left in the game.
Branson Miller with the Quarterback sneak to score again for the Eagles! Eagles lead 14-0.
At the end of the third quarter the Eagles still lead the Coyotes 6-0.
At the end of the second quarter the Eagles lead the Coyotes 6-0.
Branson Miller with a fumble recovery scores our first points of the night. Putting the Eagles on the board 6-0 at the beginning of the second quarter.
During tonight’s game between Paris and Knox County, at the end of the first quarter, the score is tied 0-0.
Lady Eagles fall to Schuyler County 0-3. Knox falls to 7-5 on the season, and 2-1 in conference.
Robert Mauck, Eagle Nation News Reporter My name is Robert Charles Mauck. I am a reporter for the Eagle Nation News. I am the son of Sherri and Robbie Mauck. I have one sister and one brother. I am active in football, basketball, track and Spanish Club. Following high school, I plan to attend Northwest Missouri State, play football and study physical education. This will be my first year in Journalism; I am excited to bring the Knox County School News to the community. I decided to join Journalism because it is my last year of high school and I wanted to try something new.
Grace O'Neal, Eagle Nation News Reporter Hello there, I am Grace O’Neal and I am a senior this year. This is also my first year in Journalism and I am a reporter for Eagle Nation News. I am also involved in Yearbook, Art Club, Spanish Club, NHS, Drama Club and I am the softball manager. My family includes my parents, Richard O’Neal and Kelli Pinson and my two brothers, Corey and Tim as well as my dog, Cuddles. I enjoy listening to the Beatles, Queen, the Eagles, and Ariana Grande. My favorite way to listen to music is on my record player. I also love playing the Sims 4 and watching The Big Bang Theory in my spare time. I currently work at C&R as a cashier and Labelle Manor Care Center in the activities department.
Jaiden Linebaugh, Eagle Nation News Editor My name is Jaiden Shaun Linebaugh and I am a senior at Knox County R-1 High School. I am the daughter of Brian and Jonnie Primm and Steve Linebaugh. I am the youngest of four children and have six nieces and three nephews. I grew up in the small town of Rothville, MO, and moved to Knox County in the summer of 2016. I began school at Knox County R-1 High School as a freshman. Over the years, I became involved in many activities. As a senior today, I am the Senior Class Vice-President, National Honors Society President, Eagle Nation News Editor and Football Manager. I am also involved in Spanish Club, FFA, basketball, dance and track. My future plans are to attend college and continue my track and field career. This is my second year of Journalism and being the Eagle Nation News Editor. I also take pictures of athletic events for the school yearbook. This year I hope to develop my skills as a writer and help make the community become more aware of the many activities that the students of Knox County School District are involved in. I enjoy Journalism because it is fun and has allowed me to be creative while sharing the news with the community.
Thursday’s home softball vs Schuyler County will start with JH at 5:00 and varsity at 6:30 (give or take).
Tonight’s games are at Scotland County (not Schuyler County).
Due to a bus driver shortage, first pitch for tonight’s JH and HS softball games at Schuyler County now will be 6:00 pm.
Tomorrow’s HS and JH softball games at Scotland County will both start at 5:00. JH will play on the baseball field and HS will play on the softball field.
Tomorrow’s HS and JH softball games at Scotland County will both start at 5:00. JH will play on the baseball field and HS will play on the softball field.
New Courses are Added to the Schedule at Knox County By: Grace O’Neal Knox County High School is offering many new classes this year. Some of the new classes include: Greenhouse taught by Ms. Mallett, the Ag teacher, Hospitality being taught by the business teacher, Mrs. Wriedt, and App Development taught by Mrs. Lucas, the high school art teacher. Another new class is being taught by Ms. McNabb, one of the high school math teachers. McNabb will teach Foundations of Education during the spring semester. According to high school counselor Mrs. O’Haver, the new classes were added to the schedule this year in order to offer students a wider variety of options for their schedules. The new classes have been a big hit with students, and many of the classes are full or have several in the class. According to Lucas, App Development consists of teaching students to code using Xcode and Swift. Xcode and Swift are programs on the computer that allow students to code. Coding is the computer language used to create the programs which are used on all forms of technology. Eventually, the students will learn how to make their own apps. Her goals for the year would be for students to brainstorm ideas for apps and to be able to execute their ideas. When asked where she sees the students' skills being by the end of the year, Lucas said, “I see them being able to independently come up with simple app ideas and being able to create them and export them.” Students will also participate in the Art Show at the end of the year to highlight their work in coding to the community. The new Hospitality course will consist of learning about the hospitality industry and the vast variety of opportunities that are available in the industry. Some opportunities include working in or running restaurants and hotels. The class will also provide students with ideas about career options that do not necessarily require going to college. According to Wriedt, hospitality is the second highest employer in the United States behind the government. Students will learn the basics of safe food preparation, food safety and sanitation, along with cooking. In the spring, the class hopes to provide the community with a served meal that students will prepare themselves. Wriedt says she has three goals for her students; one: learn and understand the opportunities available, two: learn the basics of food safety, and three: interact with the community. For Mallett, Greenhouse consists of teaching students to care for plants, but also the history of greenhouses and plant basics. Mallett wants students to learn how to care for a variety of plants throughout the school year. Students in the class are currently growing poinsettias, which will be ready to harvest after Thanksgiving. When the poinsettias are ready, students will begin to sell them. Mallett is not quite sure as to what students will be growing in the spring, but she hopes to have a greenhouse full of plants that students care for and can sell to the community. Mallett said her plans are to run the class almost like a business and plans to have students gain business skills along with gaining plant science skills. Knox County is also offering a dual credit class through Culver Stockton College called Foundations of Education. McNabb says she is excited to teach this new class. This class is going to introduce students to the history of education and the legal issues within the career. McNabb’s main goal is to increase the number of Knox County students interested in the education field. She believes this class is an excellent choice for anyone interested in education because they would be getting at least one initial class out of the way while they are still in high school. This is the only new class that is dual credit, and the school is covering the tuition costs of the class. Knox County High School felt that it was important to give their students a wider variety of options for their schedules because career options are ever-changing. With the added classes, students have the chance to explore different paths to see if they are interested in certain fields such as education, app development, plant science, and hospitality.
Knox girls take 3rd in their home tournament with a 13-10 win over Scotland County. Eagles go to 6-4 on the year.
Knox County 30 Westran 12 Final
Conner Hayes scores on a 30 yard run. Knox County leads Westran 30-12.
On 4th and 23 Conner Hayes throws to Coltin Morrow for a 30 yard touchdown. Knox County leads Westran 24-12 with 2:07 left in the third.
Knox County leading Westran 16-12 with 5:49 left in the third quarter.
At halftime Westran leads Knox County 12-8.
With 2:25 left in the 2nd quarter Knox County trails Westran 12-8.
End of the first quarter Knox County 8 Westran 0
With 4:15 left in the first quarter, the Knox County Eagles lead the Westran Hornets 8-0.
Knox County Football Looks Forward to a Great Season By: Jaiden Linebaugh The Knox County 2019 Football Season has begun. Going into this season, Head Varsity Coach Bruce Vannoy couldn’t wait to get things started. “It’s exciting, just like every year,” said Vannoy. “It’s the start of a new year with a new team.” The football program has eight returning starters for both its offensive and defensive ends of the ball, which will be valuable to them this season. Even with only having 24 athletes, Knox is looking forward to having a successful season this year. The Eagles kicked off the season with a home opener on Saturday, August 31, against Schuyler County Rams. In the first half, junior quarterback Conner Hayes threw to senior receiver Trent Klocke for two touchdowns. Following Hayes ran the ball 83 yards into the endzone to finish the half with a score of 24-0. On defense, the Eagles were strong and hard to get through with senior lineman Bradey Walton and senior linebacker Robert Mauck behind him. The Eagles shut down the Rams 40-0, advancing them to 1-0 on the season. On Friday, September 6, the Eagles traveled to Marceline for their second game of the season. The Eagles came out with a rough start with the Tigers up 28-0 with one minute left in the first half. After halftime, the Eagles began to gain some rhythm and Hayes ran the ball in for a touchdown and 2-point conversion. Later in the second half, Hayes hit sophomore receiver Branson Miller, for a 43-yard touchdown pass. The Eagles struggled to get anything else going for them and fell to the Tigers, 50-16, making them 1-1 on the season. The Eagles’ next game is at home on September 13 against the Westran Hornets. Kick-off begins at 7 p.m.
#HitBombs Tradition Continues By: Robert Mauck Following a strong 3rd place finish at state, the Knox County Lady Eagles are ready to focus on a new year. The team’s current record is 4-3 with big wins over North Shelby, Marion County, Paris, and South Shelby. Head coach Zach Short says his goals always remain the same no matter what sport he is coaching. These goals include doing their best to win a conference and district championship, as well as seeing improvement throughout the season. Short also shared what the new assistant coach, Lauren Dale, brings to the team; he says she has an intensity and great knowledge for pitching techniques. Coach Dale is able to put her focus on pitching so he can focus on fielding and other areas that need improvement. Dale is a Knox alumnus who was also a decorated athlete at the collegiate level. She played four years at Truman State University which brings her lots of experience for her new role. When asked how he plans to overcome the loss of his seven seniors from the 2018 squad, Coach Short, says that he doesn’t see the loss as something he has to overcome, but instead, he just sees it as a new season with different players and different areas to focus on. Junior, Riley Strange also believes that the team is, while different, going to be a powerful team. She says, “ Some people might not think that we will have a good season because we lost so many players, but I have faith in the team.” Short states that he still has some strong players from last year's team to build this year's team from. He says he is looking forward to the little successes of this season and with these small successes, he hopes to build a winning team as the season goes on.
Knox County Lady Eagles beat the Paris Lady Coyotes 8-5.
After 6 innings the Lady Eagles lead 8-5.
A scoreless 5th inning results in the Lady Eagles leading the Lady Coyotes 8-2.
Fueled by a two run home run off the bat of Riley Strange, Knox County leads Paris 8-2 after four innings.
Knox County Lady Eagles lead the Paris Lady Coyotes 6-2 after three full innings.
After 2, Knox County and Paris are tied at 2.
After 1, Knox County Lady Eagles lead Paris 1-0.
Knox County Lady Eagles defeat the Marion County Lady Mustangs 12-5.
Lady Eagles extend the lead to 11-3 in the 6th.
Lady Eagles plate 3 in the top of the 4th the take lead 4-2.
Knox County Lady Eagles trail the Marion County Lady Mustangs 2-1 after 3.
Looking for interested applicants for coaching junior high boys basketball this fall/winter. Please contact me at 660.397.3994 or email@example.com .
Activity Fun Night permission slips are due Monday, September 9th.
Due to continued water issues at school we are cancelling today.
We have water and fully operational bathrooms. It’s looking a lot like a full day of school tomorrow.
Tonight’s varsity softball game is still on for 6:00, as scheduled.
Due to not having water the Knox County R-1 School District will be dismissing school at 1:00 today.
Just a reminder that our varsity softball game with Canton on 9/5 will start at 6:00. See you there.
The school is under a boil order so we will be giving the students water bottles throughout the day the next couple of days. See you tomorrow.
School pictures are being rescheduled for next week or so. They will NOT be tomorrow or Friday.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be closed today due to not having water.
Knox County 40 Schuyler County 0. Final.
Trent Klocke rushes for a 64 yard touchdown to make the score Knox County 34 Schuyler County 0.
Conner Hayes runs for an 83 yard touchdown. Knox County leads Schuyler County 26-0. 1:47 left in the first half
Attention Parents! Wagner Portrait Group will be at school on Wednesday September 4th for School Picture Day. This will be your special opportunity to order pictures! Please send the order form back to school with your student or you can go online to www.WagnerPortraitGroup.com password: KNOXHS to place your order or click on this direct link http://bit.ly/2tmHitW. For elementary students KNOXES to place your order or click on this direct link http://bit.ly/2u4Fu66. See you on School Picture Day!
Reminder that 8-12 band camp is Wed. and Thurs. 9-11 am in the band room!
Get your 2019 Football Apparel now! Click the link below! https://designitapparel.com/collections/knox-county-football
The Knox County R-1 School District is looking for Substitute Bus Drivers. If you are interested please contact the central.
If you have an athlete and haven't registered on FamilyID yet, please do so. This will give you and school coaches access to your child's physical and medical information for sports activities. If you need a copy of your child's physical to give a non-school sponsored team's coach a copy, YOU must contact the HS office to get a copy. 660.397.2231 Click on the link below to register for FamilyID: https://www.familyid.com/knox-county-r1-school-district
Updated Summer School Field Trip Information 6/26/19 K-2nd Grade Lost Branch Blueberry Farm Bus Time: 8:40 a.m. 3rd-6th Grade Memphis Swimming Pool Bus Time: 9:30 a.m. 6/27/19 K-6th Grade Toy Story 4 at Kirksville Cinema 8 Bus Time: 8:30 a.m.
The June School Board meeting will be on Tuesday June 25 at 6:00.
Summer School bus pick up time for Hurdland will now be at 7:40 a.m.
Summer School Bus pick up and drop off are as follows: Bus #1: Edina CC K-2/Daycares/Baring Bus #2: Edina CC 3-6/Knox City Bus #3: Edina Park/Hurdland/Novelty Pick up times and locations: Baring-IDK Cafe 7:30 a.m. Daycares 7:45 a.m. Community Center K-2 7:50 a.m. Knox City-Water Office 7:30 a.m. Community Center 3-6 7:50 a.m. Novelty-Post Office 7:20 a.m. Hurdland-Post Office 7:35 a.m. Edina Park 7:45 a.m.
Summer School is June 3-June 28, 2019 from 8:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. The focus for students will be on literacy, math and science concepts with four local field trips. If you are interested in sending your student to summer school, please contact the elementary office.
Get your State Track (May 17-18) Information here: https://www.mshsaa.org/cmspages/TFInfoCentral.aspx
Way to go Knox County Athletes! On to State! Easley, Madison - 100m, 200m, 4x100, 4x200 Linebaugh, Jaiden - 100m, 200m, 4x100, 4x200 Peavler, Alyssa - 4x100, 4x200 Miller, Sidney - 4x100, 4x200 Hayes, Conner - 400m, 800m, 4x400 Morrow, Coltin - 110m Hurdles, 300m Hurdles Becker, Jacob - 4x400 Strong, Dillan - 4x400 Miller, Nash - 4x400, 4x800 Bowen, Bryston - 4x800 Hamlin, Nicolas - 4x800 Miller, Branson - 4x800 Miller, Logan - Shot Put, Discus, Javelin Walton, Brady - Shot Put
The high school track meet for today (4/25) has been canceled.
The Elementary Spring Concert and Art Show is scheduled for May 1st starting at 6:00 p.m. The Elementary Book Fair is April 29th through May 3rd. The Elementary Book Fair Parent Night is May 1st before and after the Spring Concert.
Just a reminder Wednesday, May 1 is the last day to order your MS yearbooks. $15.00 make checks to KC MS Yearbook. Forms may be picked up and returned to the MS office.
This is a reminder that today, April 25th, is the last day for Middle School tutoring.
After 5 full, the score remains 8-0.
After 4, Knox trails Macon 8-0.
After 2, Knox trails Macon 5-0.
After 1 inning, Knox trails Macon 2-0.
Knox County wins 9-6 over Novinger. Home runs tonight by Trace Wheeler and Trent Klocke. Nice pitching by Connor Hayes and Trent Klocke.
Knox County leads Novinger 5-3 going into the bottom of the 5th inning.
Double play by Knox County ends the 3rd inning at Novinger. Tie ballgame at 3-3.
Knox County takes a 6-1 lead over Marion County into the 7th.
Knox adds 3 runs in the 4th to take a 6-1 lead over Marion County.
Knox scores 2 in the top of the 3rd to take a 3-1 lead to the bottom half of the inning.
After 2 innings, Knox County and Marion County Baseball are tied 1-1.
Knox defeats Paris 8-4 in a time limited game.
After 4, Knox leads Paris 7-4.
After 1, Knox maintains a 4-0 lead over Paris.
Bases clearing, 2-out double by Caden Poston in the top of the first. Followed by an error by Paris on a bunt by Nick Hamlin staking the Knox County Eagles to a 4-0 lead after half an inning.
Just a reminder we do not have school on April 19th or May 27th. The last day of school is Wednesday, May 29th and we release at 1:10 pm.
Baseball game today (4/17) has been moved up to a 4:00pm start time. Knox vs. Paris @ Moberly (Red Field #1)
Knox County defeats Marceline 9-4.
Marceline takes the lead in the top of the 5th, 4-3. Knox storms back with 6 in the bottom of the inning to take a 9-4 lead.
After 4, Knox and Marceline are all tied up at 3 apiece.
After 1, Knox County leads Marceline 2-0
Conference baseball scheduled for Wednesday, April 17th, at Moberly. Knox County plays Paris for 7th place at 5:00 at Howard Hills Athletic Complex on Hwy 24 west of Moberly.
Knox County falls to Canton by a final score of 14-0 (5 in.)
After 3 innings, KCHS trails Canton 14-0.
After 2 innings, Canton leads KCHS 6-0.
After 1, Canton leads Knox County 4-0 in a non-conference Varsity Baseball contest.
Saturday’s conference tournament baseball games will be at 9:00 and 1:00 at the Howard Hills Athletic Complex in Moberly. The address is 2002 West Highway 24, Moberly, MO.
The start time for the home varsity and JV games against Canton has been changed to 5:00 due to a recent change in the umpiring crew.
Conference Baseball Tournament Saturday 4/13 @ Moberly Admission will be $4 adults/$3 students and will be good for all day. For those playing the 9am games, gates will be open at 8am. Saturday, April 13th Game Times 9:00 am #1 Westran vs. #8 Knox (Red Field #2) 9:00 am #4 Fayette vs. #5 Harrisburg (Red Field #1) 11:00 am #2 Scotland County vs. #7 Salisbury (Red Field #2) 11:00 am #3 Paris vs. #6 Schuyler County (Red Field #1) 1:00 pm Winners of 9:00 games (Red Field #2) 1:00 pm Losers of 9:00 games (Red Field #1) 3:00 pm Winners of 11:00 games (Red Field #2) 3:00 pm Losers of 11:00 games (Red Field #1)
Knox scores 2 in the 5th to end the game. The Eagles defeat Marceline 10-0 in 5. Next game is at home on Friday night against Canton. 4:30.
After 4 at Knox County, Knox leads Marceline 8-0.
After 2 at Knox County, Knox leads Marceline 6-0. Knox scores 5 with 2 out.
FREE PHYSICALS for grades 4-11 will be May 20th. Watch for a flyer to come home soon!
Varsity Baseball vs. Marceline tonight starts at 4:30 pm at our home field. GO EAGLES!
Sorry for any confusion. Today is the last day for elementary tutoring. Middle school tutoring will continue until April 26th but there will not be bus transportation for middle school students staying for tutoring after today.
Parent/Guardians: The last day for tutoring bus transportation is Tuesday 4/9/19. Beginning Thursday 4/11/19 tutoring will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 4:30 but there will be no bus transportation provided so arrangements must be made to have your child picked up at 4:30 if they stay for tutoring. The last day for tutoring will be 4/26/19.
Knox County varsity baseball (only) will play an unscheduled game against Marceline on Wednesday evening, April 10th, at 4:30. The winner of this game advances to the conference tournament at Moberly this Saturday, April 13th.
Congratulations to our Knox County Scholar Bowl team on their district championship! Sectional play will be at Paris, MO, on April 17th at 5:00. Go Eagles!
The varsity and JV baseball games against Brashear scheduled for tonight, are postponed due to field conditions. A make-up date has not been determined.
KCMS 2019 T-Shirts on sale Cost: $15.00 XXL (add $2) Color: Gray with Red and Black lettering Contact: Tracy Hamlin (660)397-3994 firstname.lastname@example.org Makes checks: to KCMS STUCO Deadline to order: April 12 Order forms can be picked up in the MS office.
Due to issues with our lights and ground conditions around the field, we are moving tomorrow’s varsity and JV baseball games to Schuyler County. We hope to return to a home schedule in the near future.
Knox falls to Paris 7-1.
After 5 1/2 in Paris, Knox trails 7-1.
7-1 Paris over Knox after 5.
Landon Hubble leads off the 5th with a double and scores on fielders choice for the Eagles’ first run. Eagles strand 2. 7-1 after 4 1/2.
Coyotes plate 5 in the bottom of the fourth. Paris leads Knox 7-0 after 4.
Score correction...2-0 after 3 1/2.
Paris Coyotes plate three in the bottom of the third and lead Knox 3-0 after three.
McCurren reaches on an error. Courtesy runner Calvert is thrown out trying to steal second. After 2 1/2 in Paris, 0-0.
Hayes issues a one-out walk but Ks the next two to end the inning. 0-0 after 2.
B Miller draws a walk but is stranded at second. 0-0 in the bottom of the second.
Hayes works around two singles and strands both. 0-0 after one inning in Paris.
The baseball game for tonight at Paris will start at 6:00 pm with no JV game.
Today's baseball game with Highland is postponed due to weather. No makeup date has been set at this time.
JV innings between Knox and Scotland to begin at approximately 7:10.
Knox County falls to Scotland County in its season opener 9-0.
Hubble tosses a clean 6th. Knox County comes to bat in the top of the 7th needing 9 to extend the game. They trail Scotland 9-0.
Hubble onto the mound to relieve Hayes in the bottom of the 6th. Knox County trails Scotland County 9-0.
Hayes sits Scotland down in order in the bottom of the 5th and lead off the 6th trailing 9-0.
Scotland County plates 4 more in the 4th to lead Knox County 9-0.
Klocke and Hubble lead off the 4th with back to back singles but are left stranded. Scotland County 5 Knox County 0.
Hayes relieves Klocke in the bottom of the 3rd and retires the Tigers in order. Klocke leads off the Eagles 4th with Knox trailing Scotland 5-0.
Scotland County plates 4 in the bottom of the 2nd to take a 5-0 lead over Knox.
Scotland County takes advantage of 3 walks and 2 errors in the bottom of the 1st, but Klocke fans 2 in the frame. Eagles trail 1-0 heading into the 2nd.
Parents of 8th grade students please send in a baby picture and current picture of your child for the promotion video by April 1st.
Senior Parents who purchased a Senior Ad: Please turn in pictures, quotes, messages, layout ideas, etc to Alicia or to email@example.com by Friday, March 22. Thanks!
This is a reminder that school will be in session tomorrow and Monday to make up some of the snow days that we missed.
The survey results from the four day school week were as follows: staff 64% in favor of it, community and parents 32% in favor of it. The Knox County R-I School District is committed to providing the best education for your students. We appreciate your support!
Great effort today by @KCHSScholarBowl! They eventually fall to Hannibal in the Championship match by a final score of 260-180 and receive 2nd place in the Scotland Co. Tournament.
At the half, @KCHSScholarBowl trails Hannibal by 10 - 140-130. 2nd half begins soon!
Varsity @KCHSScholarBowl defeats the host school in Overtime to move on to the Championship match at the Scotland Co. Scholar Bowl Tournament.
The student council trivia night has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Maybe I can come up with a song that will attract teachers.
I had said from the beginning that I would not recommend to the board a 4-day calendar unless we had the support of at least 80% of our stakeholder. The final results of our surveys do not even come close to 80%. Therefore, I will be recommending a normal calendar to the board.
I would like to thank everyone who came and participated in our Forum. We had great discussions and new ideas. I would also like to thank everyone for your opinion on the 4-Day school week. This school depends on your continued support. Together we can accomplish so much more.
The Knox County R-I School needs your input on the 4-day school week. If you are a parent you should have received an email with a short survey. All other residents who want to express their preference can come by any of the school offices and fill out a short survey by Friday, March 8. Thank you!
8th Grade Promotion Photos Mrs. Wriedt is working on the 8th grade promotion video and needs baby photos and present day photos from each 8th grade student. Photos need to be turned into MS. Hamlin by April 1.
Congratulations to our 5th/6th and 7th/8th Quiz Bowl teams for taking home 3rd place trophies last night in their respective divisions in the Tournament of the Minds. . Job well done!
Lady Eagles fall to Clopton by a final score of 51-37.
Lady Eagles trail 48-37 with 1:10 left
With 4:11 left, Lady Eagles trail Clopton 42-33.
At the end of the 3rd, Lady Eagles trail Clopton 37-28.
3:54 left in the third. 29-19 Clopton over Knox.
At the half, Lady Eagles trail Clopton 21-14.
With 2:00 left in the 1st half, Lady Eagles trail Clopton 18-12.
After 1 quarter, Lady Eagles trail Clopton 11-3
Lady Eagles trail Clopton 9-3 with 1:39 left in the 1st quarter.
Come to the Edina square to send off our Lady Eagles to the Sectional Championship tomorrow. The bus leaves the school at 4:30 and will make a swing through Edina before heading east. Game time is 8:00 pm at Hannibal High School.
Buses will be running on all surfaces starting tomorrow morning.
Knox girls will meet Clapton Wednesday night at 8:00 in Hannibal with a sectional championship on the line.
Lady Eagles are district Champs with a 50-34 win. Congratulations girls!
48-34 with 1:37 left
45-34 with 3 min left
Lady Eagles lead 40-28 after 3. Lets Go Lady Eagles!!!
Lady Eagles lead 31-11 at half
At half, Lady Eagles lead 18-5. Lets Go Lady Eagles!!!
Girls play Scotland County for the district championship at 3:15 on Saturday.
Knox girls defeat Princeton 61-56.
With 1:55 left, Knox leads 52-48 with Strange shooting a 1 and 1. Princeton time-out.
Knox girls lead Princeton 43-42 after 3 quarters.
Halftime score in district play: Knox girls trail Princeton 25-26.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be closed today, Wednesday February 20th.
After 3, Knox leads Schuyler girls 41-24.
20-17 Knox at the half.
After 3. Knox leads 40-39.
Knox County is up 50-47 with 2:12 left in the fourth quarter.
Knox leads Harrisburg 31-22 at the half.
Knox County 64 Schuyler County 31 Final
After 3 Eagles lead 47-21
Lady Eagles win 50-39
8-8 at the end of the first quarter. Go Lady Eagles.
The Elvis Eagle Reading Club participants will be recognized tonight at the Varsity game tonight (girl's halftime). The game starts at 6:00 and students being recognized get in free. If your child didn't get their form turned in, please bring it with you tonight to be recognized. Call Alex Van Delft with any questions. 660.397.2285.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be in session tomorrow, Thursday February 14th. Buses will be running on hard surfaces only until further notice.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday February 13th
Tonight’s JV and varsity games at Marceline are cancelled. They will not be rescheduled.
Due to falling temperatures and slick road conditions, Knox County R-1 School District will not be in session on Tuesday February 12th.
SENIORS: Mark Twain Scholarships are due first thing Tuesday morning. Make sure the educator's statement form is filled out and you have two copies of the entire completed scholarship to turn in to Mrs. O'Haver.
Knox County will plan to be in session on Monday February 18 for Presidents day as a snow make up day. We will also be looking to revise the calendar to attend school on March 15, and 18, April 18 and 22, with an anticipated last day on May 29.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session tomorrow, Monday February 11th due to road conditions.
Knox boys defeat Scotland County 44-39.
At the end of regulation, Knox and Scotland boys tied at 33.
After 3, Knox boys trail Scotland 20-26.
At the half, Knox boys trail Scotland County 17-19.
After 3 innings, Knox boys lead Scotland County 4-3. (Actually, the end of quarter 1).
In 2OT, Knox girls defeat Scotland County 42-39.
Double overtime at Scotland County.
Overtime at Scotland County.
With 5:06 left, Knox girls lead 26-23.
After 3, Scotland girls lead Knox 22-19.
At the half, Knox girls lead Scotland County 12-9.
The remainder of the War Eagle JV tournament is cancelled.
The home games with North Shelby tonight are canceled. Courtwarming activities and Elvis Eagle are postponed to this Thursday, February 14th.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be closed tomorrow, Friday February 8th, due to road conditions and freezing temperatures.
No JV games tonight. Tomorrow night’s games (Friday) are still on as scheduled. The tentative plan is to finish the JV tournament on Saturday. More to follow.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday February 7th, due to inclement weather and slick road conditions.
The junior varsity tournament games scheduled for tonight are postponed until tomorrow night. Times will remain the same.
Tonight’s varsity games with Scotland County are rescheduled for 2:00 pm on Saturday.
Knox County R-1 will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday February 6th, due to slick road conditions.
Tonight’s varsity game with Scotland County is re-scheduled for tomorrow, February 6th, at 6:00 pm at Scotland County.
Senior parents, please check your email for an important email from the yearbook staff. We need to know if you want a senior ad and how big you would like it so we can plan the yearbook. We can do actual pictures and words later, just need the size you would like asap. Please contact Mrs. Greenley with questions!
Submit your bid for this authentic, signed softball from the 2018 Missouri state 3rd place team. Email bids to firstname.lastname@example.org or come in person this Friday night (the 8th). Bidding ends at the end of the half of the boys game.
The Business Partnership Committee at Knox County School District is interested in forming partnerships between local businesses, students and the district. We feel each party has valuable skills and knowledge to share. Local Businesses: Please watch your US Mail for a survey from the school. If you'd rather take it now, please copy and paste the link below to your browser and complete! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdd51mNfzHkXNY1t52ANZOhes5l4c8ty9NVOO9J3FiSNFv9MA/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
Knox County R-1 Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only until further notice.
Completed Elvis Eagle Reading Logs are due Wednesday, February 6th. Students who achieved the reading log goal will be recognized at halftime of the JV boys game on February 8th starting at 5:00 p.m. in the High School Gym.
Eagles fall to Paris by the final score of 63-43
Paris leads @knoxcohoops 44-35 at the end of 3.
At the half Paris leads @knoxcohoops 31-29.
Paris leads @knoxcohoops 19-14 after 1.
KCHS Lady Eagles fall to Paris 50-36
KCHS Lady Eagles trail Paris 12-11 after 1 quarter
The middle school Campus Bowl tournament scheduled for tomorrow at North Shelby is still on. The bus leaves at 7:30.
The Varsity games for tonight will be played as scheduled.
Due to poor road conditions in part of the county, Knox County R-1 will not be in session on Friday, February 1st. Monday February 4th is a Professional Development Day. Tuesday February 5th will be the next day for KCR-1 to be in session.
The JV games with Novinger, scheduled for Thursday, Jan 31st, are cancelled.
Knox County R-1 School District will be closed tomorrow, Thursday January 31st.
February 14th's JV basketball game will be played before the Courtwarming game on Feb. 8th. North Shelby doesn't have a girls team, so it will be JV boys only starting at 5:00.
Due to the weather, Courtwarming and its festivities will be held next week, Feb. 4th-8th.
Due to extreme cold temperatures, school will not be in session tomorrow January 30.
The 4 day school week open forum scheduled for tomorrow night is postponed. We will reschedule it for the end of February. A specific date will be announced in the next few days.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session on Tuesday January 29th due to poor road conditions.
As of right now our snow make up days will be March 18, April 18, May 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, and 30. If we miss 4 or more snow days in addition to what we already have our last day will be June 3.
Knox County R-1 is closed today, Monday January 28th, due to poor road conditions.
The Knox County R-1 School District will be running on hard surfaces only until further notice.
Tonight's Varsity game with Schuyler has been postponed to February 14th.
Varsity Basketball scheduled for 1/25 vs. Schuyler County will be postponed due to road conditions. Date TBA. Elvis Eagle activities will be held on February 8th.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session on Friday January 25th
The Knox County JV will play games at Marceline on 2/12/19 concurrently with the varsity games. Girls’ games are at 6:00 and boys’ games at 7:15. The gyms are adjacent to each other.
The JV games at Marion County scheduled for 2/11/19 are cancelled. They will be using this date to make up a varsity contest.
There are no JV games at Scotland County tonight. We will make a decision on tomorrow’s varsity contests with Schuyler as soon as possible.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session on Thursday January 24th due to slick road conditions.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be running busses on hard surfaces only until further notice beginning Thursday January 24th.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session on Wednesday January 23rd due to inclement weather
Knox County R-1 will not be in session on Tuesday January 22nd due to poor road conditions.
Tonight’s home JV basketball games with Putnam County are cancelled.
Knox County R-1 will be closed on Monday January 21st due to road conditions.
Knox County R-1 Schools will be in session tomorrow as it is our first snow make up day.
After 3, Knox boys trail Mark Twain 19-29.
At the half, Knox boys trail Mark Twain 11-16.
After 1, Knox boys trail Mark Twain 4-9.
Knox girls defeat Mark Twain 72-58.
After 3 quarters, Knox girls lead Mark Twain 54-37.
At the half, Knox girls lead Mark Twain 43-22.
After 1, Knox girls lead Mark Twain 16-5.
Tonight’s varsity games at Palmyra will be played in the middle school at 600 Westline St in Palmyra. Knox girls play at 4:30 and boys at 6:00.
Knox boys fall to Palmyra 33-60.
After 3, Knox boys trail Palmyra 23-43.
After one, Palmyra boys lead Knox 16-6.
Knox County R-1 will not be in session on Tuesday January 15th due to road conditions.
In Knox County JV action, girls fall to Scotland County 19-25. Knox boys win 42-21.
Knox County Lady Eagles trail Clark County Lady Indians 19-12 after 1 in the first round of the Tony Lenzini Tournament.
The home JV game and varsity game at Palmyra will be played as scheduled. We are playing tonight’s games.
Knox County R-1 Schools will not be in session on Monday January 14th due to road conditions
Final from Edina, Fayette 54 @knoxcohoops 49.
At the half, @knoxcohoops leads Fayette 28-23.
After 1 quarter, @knoxcobball leads Fayette 14-13.
KCHS Lady Eagles defeat Fayette in an L & C matchup 60-39.
KCHS Lady Eagles up 18-9 over Fayette early 2nd quarter.
Schools with a four day school week have traditionally attracted teachers from neighboring school districts.
What happens when you don’t have teachers to fill needed positions? What happens when other area schools go to a four day week, do we lose more of our teachers?
Why a four day school week? Teacher shortage is a real issue for Knox County. It seems to get worse year after year.
Due to pending weather concerns, we are moving our Friday game with Fayette to tomorrow night (Thursday).
Knox County Eagles fall to the Palmyra Panthers 60-31.
Going into the 4th quarter Palmyra leads Knox County 47-25.
At halftime Knox County trails Palmyra 28-19.
Knox County Eagles trail the Palmyra Panthers 21-8 after 1.
Knox County Lady Eagles fall to Palmyra Lady Panthers 49-37. Strong 4th quarter for Palmyra.
Going into the 4th quarter the Lady Eagles trail 35-34. Strong defense by the Lady Eagles.
At the end of the 1st quarter Knox County Lady Eagles trail Palmyra Lady Panthers 14-13.
Knox County Lady Eagles take 3rd in the Highland Tourney with. 66-39 win over the Canton Lady Tigers.
Lady Eagles leading 54-33 going into the 4th quarter.
Lady Eagles take a 35-21 lead at halftime over the Lady Cougars. Riley Strange with 21.
Knox County Lady Eagles and the Canton Lady Tigers are tied 11 after 1 in the third place game of the Highland Tourney.
Knox County Eagles fall to the Highland Cougars 54-44.
Knox County Eagles trail Highland Cougars 38-31 after 3 in the consolation matchup of the Highland Tourney.
The JV basketball game Monday, 7 Jan, at Canton will be boys only. Canton does not have a JV girls team. Tip-off is at 6:00.
There is no middle school tutoring tonight 1/3/19. Tutoring will resume 1/8/19.
Knox trails 47-60 with 3:20 left in the game.
Highland uses an 11-0 run to go ahead 41-29. Knox closes back to trail 46-53 after 3.
At the half, Knox trails Highland 29-30.
With 1:57 left in the half, Knox trails Highland 24-28.
After 1, Highland girls lead Knox 23-18.
With 4:27 left in the first, Highland leads Knox 13-8.
Eagles lose 28-63.
Eagles trailing 16-41 at half.
Lady Eagles win 56-42.
Lady Eagles playing very well and lead 32-12 against Scotland at half.
Lady Eagles defeat Milan at the NCMC Holiday Hoops in Trenton by a final score of 60-47. Miller with 25 and Strange finishes with 18.
End of the 3rd - Lady Eagles lead Milan 52-32. Miller with 23 & Strange with 14.
At the half, Lady Eagles lead Milan 34-21. Miller & Strange in double figures for KCHS.
After 1, Lady Eagles lead Milan 14-8.
Final from NCMC - @knoxcohoops defeats Norborne 61-20.
End of the 3rd, @knoxcohoops leads Norborne 51-18
After 1 quarter, @knoxcohoops leads Norborne 18-6
At the half, Knox girls lead Rushville-Industry 40-17.
Knox County boys fall to Rushville-Industry-Industry 58-46.
Lady Eagles win 47-15
Contrary to reports, the Knox County High School junior varsity basketball schedule has not been canceled after Christmas. Games were canceled up until Christmas due to low numbers on the boys team from low participation and injuries. Barring unexpected developments, the JV schedule will resume on 7 January at Canton. Thank you for your support in sharing the correct information.
Dear Knox County R-I Parents, I want to let you know of a situation that occurred in our middle school this morning. Prior to first hour today, it was brought to our attention that a 6th grade student made threat towards classmates and a school employee. We are investigation the situation and have removed any immediate threat. Our schools are committed to providing a safe environment for all students. Our teachers, principals and support staff are dedicated to providing a positive learning culture. Some of the information we were made aware of could have been reporter sooner. Please encourage your students to report anything that they are concerned about by talking to an adult at school or going to our website. We do have a link on our website where you can post anonymously. Just click on the link “Hear Something, See Something, Say something”. Please know that we are fully aware of the situation and are handling the matter by board policy. A copy of this letter will be posted to the district website: https://www.knox.k12.mo.us. Please contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Andy Turgeon, Superintendent
Final from HHS: @knoxcohoops 57 Highland 52. Eagles back in action at home on Thursday vs. Putnam County.
End of the 3rd, @knoxcohoops leads Highland 40-29.
At the half, @knoxcohoops leads Highland 29-13. Klocke with 15 Hayes has 12.
Westran defeats Knox County 54-42.
After 3, Knox boys trail Westran 31-44.
At the half, Westran boys lead Knox 27-25.
After 1, Westran boys lead Knox 15-14.
Knox girls defeat Westran 69-24.
After 3, Knox girls lead Westran 58-19.
At the half, Knox girls lead Westran 41-9.
After one quarter, Knox girls lead Westran 24-0.
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