Misty Perry, Bakersfield R-IV RootEd advisor, and Trudy Summers, Bakersfield R-IV Counselor hosted a career day for Bakersfield 8th-12th graders on Thursday, November 17th. Eighteen career paths were presented to the students with students learning about educational requirements, work environments, and physical, technical, and educational preparations that would be needed for their careers. Front row: Front: Stephanie Beltz-Price with Howell Oregon Electric--Jacob Bean with Jim Brown HVAC., Bruce Bales, MoDot, Jonathon Belt with BRMC Paramedic, Kattie Laney Patient Financial Services BRMC, Kerrie Zubrod with Century Bank of the Ozarks 2nd Row: Dr. Hunter Carr with West Plain Vet, Brad Maynard Maintenance Tech with Baxter Healthcare, Jim Brown and Jerl Hefner with Jim Brown HVACAndrea Russell Air Evac Account Supervisor, Lenny Turner with Boilermaker @Nooter, Sarah Dewey RN Trauma Coordinator at BRMC, Gabe Henderson Century Bank of the Ozarks Loan Officer 3rd Row: Shane Ferguson Maintenance Supervisor Baxter, Hunter Betty with the US Coast Guard, Lieutenant David Masterson and Firefighter Joseph Tombley with West Plains Fire Department, Brian Padgett with BRMC Radiology, Tom Leeker Game Warden MO Dept. of Conservation and Justin Gailey Wildlife Biologist MO Dept. of Conservation Also presenting but not in the photo: Lacie Foster, RN at BRMC Womens and Newborn Care, Jim Lambert from Ozark Radio and Sgt. Thomas Young with the Missouri Highway Patrol. The Bakersfield R-IV School District would like to thank all of our presenters for giving up their time to come share career information with our students.
High School basketball season starts Tuesday November 22nd at the Jerry Taylor Gymnasium Boys vs Alton half JV game begins at 6 followed by V. Go Lions!
More career day presenters: Lacie Foster, BRMC RN, Brian Padgett, BRMC radiology tech, Jim Brown Company, HVAC, and Bruce Bales, MoDot
Bakersfield Career Day-18 different career paths, 25 different presenters. Justin Gailey and Tom Leeker from MO Dept of Conservation, Sgt. Young, MO Hwy Patrol, Jim Lambert, audio engineer at Ozark radio, and Jonathan Belt and Sarah Dewey from BRMC trauma.
Middle School and High School lock-in will be this Friday night! Kids can play basketball, volleyball and board games. Students are welcome to bring their tv’s and video games. Food will be available and concession stand will be open. Please pick your child up by midnight. Cost is $20.00 and all proceeds will go to Honor Society scholarships. Thank you for your support!
The FBLA Trip scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 15th has been cancelled.
Took this group of great girls to the best pizza shop in Ava and then they competed well in the jamboree at Bradleyville. Go lady lions!
We have several unclaimed coats and hoodies that belong to students. We would love to see these items returned to the rightful owners. If you see anything that belongs to your children, please comment and we will work to get them returned.
Bakersfield FBLA will be going to Cabool High School for the District 14 Fall Meeting on Tuesday, November 15th. Members need to confirm with Mr. Sewell that they are coming. They will also need to bring money for food that day. Thank you!
It’s time for a Lock-In!!
12 FCCLA members and their sponsor, Beth Pickle, attended the Regional Meeting on November 2nd at Licking High School. Our flag, painted by Jasmine Hall, won first place for the 2nd year in a row. Last year's flag was painted by Jasmine as well.
Several 5th Graders earned double AR points for the 1st Quarter. Madalyn Hayes, Gavin Scott, Chase Hewitt, Jaydin Cullum, and Micaela Williams all earned a free ice cream cone courtesy of 101 Pastries & Cream for doing so.
5th Grade Student of the Month October Wesley Shrable & Brianna Moss Sponsored by Subway in Caulfield
Congrats to CJ Carey and Callie Smith-both have qualified for the state cross country meet this weekend in Columbia!
Students in Mrs. Pickle's Cooking class had a Halloween cake competition this week. First place went to Brandi Johnson, Kyleigh Lewis, and Hayden Pearson.
Join us for a full night of Middle School Lion basketball on November 1. Games start at 5. Order of games are Girls B, Boys B, Girls A, Boys A. All games are full games! Go Lions!
9/11 memorial, Indiana capital and a tree lesson from Mr. Grigg
FFA National Convention expo with BHS Students
More from the farm today with FFA.
More FFA from today at Fair Oaks!