An engineer’s report will help identify what’s causing cracks to deepen in some walls at Cuba High School, as well as ways to fix the ongoing problem. A representative from Integrity Engineering was scheduled to meet with Crawford County R-2 Superintendent Jon Earnhart on Friday to inspect the building.
The Crawford County R-2 Board of Education held its monthly meeting on Thursday, January 17 at the district’s administrative offices. The following items of school board business were conducted:
• Roll call was taken, with board member Jodi Layman and student body representative Sofia Kelly absent.
• Candidate filings for the open school board seats were announced. There were two filings for two seats: incumbent Rodger Bridgeman and Jeremiah Wilson. Carrie Myers has not filed for reelection to the board. With only two candidates having filed for the two seats, a board election will not be required in April. The new members will be seated on the board following the municipal election day.
Students at Cuba Elementary School show off the January Book Buzz books recently donated by the Cuba Kiwanis Club as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.
The students from Holy Cross school came to the Cuba library Tuesday, January 22 to learn about OzoBots which is part of the OzoSTEM program from the Kaleidoscope Learning Center in Rolla.
Ben McKellips and Kylee Smith were crowned the 2019 Cuba High School Basketball Courtwarming king and queen at a coronation ceremony held Friday night at Mike Voigt Gymnasium. The king and queen were selected by their peers from a field of ten senior class candidates – five boys and five girls – running for the court’s top honors.