Breakfast and Lunch Notification
Lesterville School District received notification that we qualify for FREE breakfast and lunch for ALL students. This will be backdated to cover breakfast and lunch from September 1, 2020 until December 31, 2020. No additional paperwork is necessary. If you have any questions, please contact the school at (573) 637-2201.
Damaged Carports for Sale
Lesterville School is selling two damaged metal carports by silent auction. They are each 12 x 20 x 6 feet. You are bidding on both carports. No separating. The carports can be viewed by contacting the school during the day. You may also view the carports after school hours. The two carports that are for sale will be behind the school playground and marked with yellow caution tape. We will accept bids in sealed envelopes by mail or in person until Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 12:00PM. All bids will be opened at that time and the winning bidder will be contacted. In the case of a tie, those bidders will be contacted. Only those bidders that tied will be allowed to submit a second bid.
Nicholas Welch is Krispy Kreme Top Seller
Congratulations to 6th grader Nicholas Welch! He was our top seller for this year's Krispy Kreme Fundraiser. The elementary as a whole sold 594 dozen donuts and 116 bags of coffee! We thank you all for participating and doing such a great job! We were able to raise $2539.50 for our Elementary Programs.
September Students of the Month
Mallory Polk and Reese Gray Receive Volleyball Recognition
Mallory Polk has been identified by the AVCA as an elite rising high school senior that will be recognized on the 2020 Under Armour All-American Watch List which will be released on August 31st. In November, the AVCA will announce 72 athletes as the 2020 Under Armour All-Americans. The 24 first team selections will be notified and invited to participate in the Under Armour All-American Match. Mallory has also received an invitation to participate in the Phenom College Prep Program.
2020 Fall Festival Postponed
After much consideration and recommendations from local health officials, the Lesterville PTO has made the decision to postpone the 2020 Fall Festival at this time due to the COVID pandemic. If you have any questions, please feel free to private message the PTO Facebook page, or contact PTO Secretary Candace Lanham at (573) 778-6893.
Elementary Supply List 2020-21
Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020
2020 Athletic Awards
2020 Academic Awards
April 15, 2020 Board Meeting Agenda
2020 BRL JH Volleyball Bracket
42nd Annual Art Show Exhibition
Several juniors and seniors traveled to the 42nd annual high school art exhibition at the CRISP museum at SEMO. This year, 550 pieces of art were submitted by juniors and seniors from 37 different schools. Out of the 550 entries, only 110 pieces were selected to be displayed at the museum. Charleigh Lancaster had her charcoal drawing of a cat chosen to be displayed this year. Great job, Charleigh!
Laughman Scores 1500th Point
Holden Laughman scored his 1,500th career point in the final game of the season. This is an amazing accomplishment and we are proud of you. Great job Holden!!!!
1000 Points Club
We had four seniors reach 1,000 point milestones during their playing careers. We are proud of you all and what you have been able to achieve.
LESTERVILLE VOLLEYBALL'S REESE GRAY NAMED TO TOP 59 FRESHMEN VARSITY PLAYERS IN NATION
Freshmen Reese Gray of Lesterville has been named to the 2019 Frosh 59 by PrepVolleyball. This an honor given to only 59 varsity freshmen nation-wide. Reese helped the Lady Bearcats win their 4th straight District Championship, as well as advancing to the state quarterfinal game. Gray finished her remarkable season with 321 kills, 401 digs, 508 receptions, and 37 aces. She was also an All-Conference, All-District, and Class 1 All-State pick. Reese is a dynamic player. A hard hitter who also has defensive grit and never gives up on a ball. Congratulations, Reese!!
HS Girls Basketball Fundraiser: Little Caesar's Pizza Kits
2020-2021 Preschool & Kindergarten Screenings
Quote of the Month
"Great discoveries and improvements invariably come from the cooperation of many minds." ~Alexander Graham Bell
Word of the Month - Cooperation
Keely Hill Agency
Arcadia Valley Medical Center
McSpadden Funeral Homes, Inc.
Missouri Highlands Healthcare
Reynolds County Sheriff, Tom Stout
Arcadia Valley Soap Company
Brad Wooten Auto Body
Buckley Accounting & Tax Services
Paula's Home Cookin'
Kathy Hoffman, Reynolds County Collector
Peoples Community Bank