Annual Community Flu Shot clinic Thursday, October 28th, 2021 from 3:30pm-6:00pm Aurora High School Media Center The flu shot for students will be $5.00 (cash or...
Just a reminder, Aurora R-VIII is holding parent-teacher conferences tonight and tomorrow night from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Preschool through 6th typically schedules...
Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members, Listed below is an update regarding the current number of students and employees quarantined or documented as being...
The marching band had a successful last competition of the season at the Ozark Mountain Marching Festival in Reeds Spring. The band placed second in class and would have made finals if they were not cancelled due to rain.
Congratulations to AHS softball players on the following post season honors: Aubrey Simpson - 1st Team All-District Outfield, 2nd Team All-Conference Outfield, 2nd Team All-Region Makena Hall - 1st Team All-District Catcher, 1st Team All-Conference Catcher, 2nd Team All-Region Mallorie Schmidt - 2nd Team All-District Infield, Honorable Mention All-Conference Infield Brooke Schutte - 1st Team All-District Utility, 1st Team All-Conference Utility, 1st Team All-Region
Congratulations to the Speech/Debate team on their wins at the Carthage Novice Speech/Debate tournament this past weekend. Emilee Coffey won 4th place in Original Oratory, Castle Speiker placed 8th in Informative Speaking and missing advancing to finals by two placements. Skyler Ross placed 9th in Original Oratory and missed advance to finals by three placements. In debate, the Public Forum team of Skyler Ross and Emily Buckley went 3-2 placing them 11th overall. The Public Forum team of Castle Speiker and Emilee Coffey went 1-4. Congratulations to the team on their wins and good luck as they prepare for their next tournament in two weeks at Republic High School.
Congratulations to our FFA Grasslands Team where they finished in 4th place in the state contest last Thursday. Team members include: Berrick Dobyns was 10th High Individual Kyrstin Gold Lexie Burch Bailey Andrews They have qualified for the National Range Judging Contest in May and the Mid-America Grasslands Contest in June.
For any Houn Dawg fans traveling to Nevada for tonight’s football game. Due to some road construction in Nevada we have some road closures. They would advise you to take the Highland exit and go west on Highland to Ash St (.5 miles). Turn south on Ash then back west on Hickory St. (1 mile). In about .5 mile the school will be on your right.