Mid-Missouri schools receive state awards

A dozen Mid-Missouri schools are among 267 Missouri public schools honored Monday for exemplary progress in implementing the Positive Behavior Support (PBS) program backed by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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The 267 schools received bronze, silver and gold awards, depending upon their progress.

Receiving Silver Awards from state education officials were Bush Elementary School and Bartley Elementary School, both in Fulton, and three Southern Boone R-1 Schools in Ashland — Southern Boone 3-5 Elementary, K-2 Primary and Middle School.

Receiving Bronze Awards were Belair Elementary School in Jefferson City, McIntire Elementary School in Fulton, the Williamsburg Elementary School in the North Callaway R-1 School District, Southern Boone High School in Ashland, Osage County Elementary at Linn, Dogwood Elementary and Hawthorn Elementary, both in Camdenton.

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