DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Daily Announcements

REPLACING BALLFIELD FENCE BID

Jamestown C-1 School District is accepting bids for replacement of the existing baseball/softball fence. The following dimensions for the fence will be necessary:

210 feet in length at 10 feet high
635 feet in length at 6 feet high
100 feet of backstop at 10 feet high
60 feet of 4 foot long apron (A “cap” angled out over the field to knock down foul balls)

There will not be a change in the location of the existing gates. A picture frame around the announcer’s box will also need to be installed that includes moving the support pipes so as not to obstruct the view from the window. Posts and supporting railing will need to be replaced. 

Demolition and removal of the existing fence will be completed in-house.

The use of a lift can be included in the bid but will need to be itemized. 

Bids are due by April 3, 2024 at 3:00 PM. Bids may be dropped off at the front office of Jamestown C-1 School District or may be emailed to:
Nickie Dedrick - dedrickn@jamestown.k12.mo.us


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Student News

Baepler Competes at Districts

Update: Marie placed 8th at Districts and earned a medal in Accounting I.  She will have to wait to see if she will move on to State.  Great job, Eagle!!

Marie Baepler placed in the top ten in Accounting I to qualify to compete at FBLA Districts on February 2nd.  


Shop with a Cop Fundraiser

For the second year, JHS students participated in a fundraiser to benefit the Moniteau County Sheriff's Department Shop With A Cop program.  Nurse Lynnette organized a Kiss The Pig fundraiser.  The top three classes to raise the most money got to pick a staff member to kiss a pig.  Kindergarten, 5th grade and the Seniors were the classes that raised the most.  Mrs. Traver, Dr. Guitard and Gary Jones were the staff members chosen to kiss the pig at an assembly prior to Thanksgiving break. The total amount raised was $1,031.82.  Way to go, Eagles!

NHS Trash Pick-up

During the month of October, the Jamestown C-1 National Honor Society completed their fall trash pickup.  In total, 12 members collected trash along Highway 179 from the Highway 87 turn off into town.  Great job, Eagles!

Meet Our New Staff

Julie King

Julie King

Kindergarten Teacher

Ms. Julie King lives in California with her two daughters, Emily and Kinley.  She graduated from Jamestown High School in 2000 and from Central Methodist College (now Central Methodist University) in 2004.  In 2010, Julie graduated from William Woods University with a master’s degree.  She has been in education for 19 years.  She taught first grade for 10 years and has been teaching Kindergarten for 9.

Some of Julie's favorite things to do outside of teaching are: watching her youngest daughter dance and her oldest daughter play softball; enjoying Pepsi & chocolate; leading the Twin City 4-H Club; and helping both the California Elementary and Middle school PTO clubs (where her children attend school) with their events.  Welcome home, Julie!



Haley Marconnet

Haley Marconnet

K-12 Art Teacher

Ms. Haley Marconnet was born and raised in Maysville, MO.  She received her Associates degree at Metropolitan Community College-Longview before attending the University of Central Missouri where she earned a Bachelors in Art Education with an emphasis in Fibers.  In life, she loves family, creativity, animals, nature, and has a passion for inspiring and teaching others.  Welcome to Jamestown, Haley!