Steelville’s City Council accepted a draft audit for the fiscal year ending June 2017 at its April 20 meeting. The city is behind on audits but is working to get caught up.
• Bass is state winner in outdoor recreation proficiency award area
Three Steelville FFA members won state level awards last week, with one earning the top honor in his area. Trent Bass won the Missouri FFA Outdoor Recreation Proficiency Award. He also earned his State FFA Degree, along with fellow Steelville FFA members Timber Adams and Sarah Hajek. The awards were announced on April 22.
The Steelville High School Class of 2020 is ending their public school careers at home instead of in the school buildings as a result of the COVID-10 pandemic. The Steelville Star asked seniors to answer some questions about this unprecedented end to their big year and their plans for the future. The following are the questions and the responses received as of our print deadline for this week.
Steelville schools may have to reconsider having a School Resource Officer (SRO) for the district. At the school board meeting held on April 16, the board agreed to postpone a decision until June, pending further financial information. There are concerns about a potential for decreased revenues because of the current climate resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO) awarded $18,000 to Golden Echoes of Steelville through the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation in partnership with Commerce Trust. The grant is designated for a vehicle to deliver meals to seniors.