Scott Spooner
Ticket information for the 2020 Blue and Gold Tournament: - Admission to all sessions in JQH and Hammons: $8 for adults and students. - Admission to games at Greenwood: $3 for adults and students. These are single game tickets. Gym will empty after each game. You must have a voucher that you will receive after your game to be able to purchase tickets. - There are no all tournament passes this year. -The box office at JQH is open from 11 AM to 2 PM for advance sales. Phone number is 417-836-7678 or you can walk up.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
The Greenwood Blue and Gold Tournament will now stream ALL 52 games! Live stream coverage will be provided by Springfield Sports Network on CityLinkTV, and also available on MSHSAA.tv. Fans will have the option to purchase single game access or a division pass that includes all games under the respective division. If you are unfamiliar with purchasing broadcasts online, here's a quick help article: https://blueframetechnology.freshdesk.com/en/support/solutions/articles/35000038796-pay-per-view-video-help Fans can view all 52 games online at the Springfield Sports Network or on MSHSAA TV's OTT apps for Roku, Amazon Fire, Android TV, Apple TV, Android Mobile and iOS! Prices: $5.50/game $25.00/All Access BLUE Bracket $25.00/All Access GOLD Bracket Click the links Springfield Sports Network on CityLinkTV, or MSHSAA.tv and enjoy all of the Greenwood Blue and Gold Tournament games!
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Ticket information for the 2020 Blue and Gold Tournament: - Admission to all sessions in JQH and Hammons: $8 for adults and students. - Admission to games at Greenwood: $3 for adults and students. These are single game tickets. Gym will empty after each game. You must have a voucher that you will receive after your game to be able to purchase tickets. - There are no all tournament passes this year. -The box office at JQH is open from 11 AM to 2 PM for advance sales. Phone number is 417-836-7678 or you can walk up.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Spectator Guidelines for those traveling to Mt. Vernon for the High School Boy's Basketball game on Thursday, 12/17. • Physical distancing is required at all times when spectators are not sitting with their family unit (household). • Spectators are asked to not sit in rows that are marked off to allow for social distancing. • Students and young children must remain seated with parents at all times during the entire event. The exception is students seated in the student body section. • Home spectators will be seated on the WEST end of the gym and visiting spectators will be seated on the EAST end of the gym. • Face coverings are REQUIRED for entrance and when spectators are out of their seat. • All Mt. Vernon High School students are REQUIRED to wear face coverings at all times during indoor events.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Spectator Guidelines for those traveling to Mt. Vernon for the High School Boy's Basketball game on Thursday, 12/17. • Physical distancing is required at all times when spectators are not sitting with their family unit (household). • Spectators are asked to not sit in rows that are marked off to allow for social distancing. • Students and young children must remain seated with parents at all times during the entire event. The exception is students seated in the student body section. • Home spectators will be seated on the WEST end of the gym and visiting spectators will be seated on the EAST end of the gym. • Face coverings are REQUIRED for entrance and when spectators are out of their seat. • All Mt. Vernon High School students are REQUIRED to wear face coverings at all times during indoor events.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
For those traveling to Lamar for tonight's (12/10) High School Girls Basketball game: The Lamar R-I School district will follow the guidelines of the Barton County Health Department. Guidelines are subject to change at any time. General Guidelines: • Face coverings are strongly recommended for all athletic or school events. • Selected bleacher seats will be labeled “NO SEATING” to assist with social distancing. • Multiple gyms will be utilized throughout the season. • Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet or more from people who do not live in your household. • No congregating in bleachers, halls or lobbies. • As soon as the event has concluded, please do not remain in the venue. High School • Spectator seating will be on the EAST side of the gymnasium. West side of the gym will only be used for players and game personnel.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Information for those traveling to New Covenant for tonight's (12/8) boy's basketball game. -Face coverings are to be worn while in the building -Social distancing is Strongly Recommended if not with the same household. -Home fans will be seated on the NORTH end of the gym. Visiting fans will be seated on the SOUTH end of the gym. -Student athletes that are waiting and watching will have a designated area up on the stage. -Enter the gym through the SOUTH double red doors / Exit through the NORTH double red door. -Changing rooms will be provided. -No Water Coolers will be provided. Each school must provide their own water bottles. -All home games will be live-streamed on the http://live.newcovenant.net/ - Limited seating in the gym for the fans due to the city ordinance.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Beginning on Monday, December 7th ALL students grades 7-12, attending home basketball games must sit in the "student section" located on the south side of the gym. No students are allowed in the Commons Area except to use the restroom or visit the concession stand. In the student section, every other row will be closed. The available rows for student seating will also have every other spot marked for NO SEATING to ensure 3 feet spacing between students. The school district encourages each student to wear a mask but it is not mandatory. The only exception will be those students sitting with their parents/guardians in the north side bleachers. Students who cannot follow these instructions will be forced to leave school property.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Beginning on Monday, December 7th ALL students grades 7-12, attending home basketball games must sit in the "student section" located on the south side of the gym. No students are allowed in the Commons Area except to use the restroom or visit the concession stand. In the student section, every other row will be closed. The available rows for student seating will also have every other spot marked for NO SEATING to ensure 3 feet spacing between students. The school district encourages each student to wear a mask but it is not mandatory. The only exception will be those students sitting with their parents/guardians in the north side bleachers. Students who cannot follow these instructions will be forced to leave school property.
about 1 month ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Admission to the Girls Basketball Jamboree on Friday, November 13th at 5:00 can be paid in cash or a canned good (preferred).
2 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Admission to the Girls Basketball Jamboree on Friday, November 13th at 5:00 can be paid in cash or a canned good (preferred).
2 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Congratulation to the Girls Cross Country Team 1st Team Southwest Cross Country All Area: Kaci Singer Aubrey Boatwright 2nd Team Sarahy Lopez Honorable Mention Destiny Jaramillo Aurianna Phillips Coach Melanie Crockett was also recognized as coach of the year.
2 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Congratulations to our Girls Cross Country Team: District Champs! Kaci Singer- 1st Aubrey Boatwright- 3rd Sarahy Lopez- 8th Destiny Jaramillo- 12th Aurianna Phillips- 13th Elizabeth Martin- 22n On the boys side Joe Hargus qualified for state with a 13th place finish.
3 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Spectator guidelines for those traveling to Reeds Spring to watch the Volleyball team on Tuesday, 10/20. 1) Face masks are required to gain admission. 2) Face masks are required when traveling to restrooms or concessions. 3) Social distancing is strongly recommended.
3 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Spectator guidelines for those traveling to Springfield to watch the Soccer Dawgs take on the Greenwood Blue Jays on Tuesday, October 20th. 1) Masks are required for entry. 2)Masks are recommended during game play. 3) Social distancing is required.
3 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Parent Teacher Conference Information for Aurora High School: Due to the current district policy of not allowing visitiors inside district buildings, Parent/Teacher Conferences for the fall semester will be completed via phone. If you wish to meet with your student's teacher(s) simply email that teacher and request a conference with a list of possible dates and time ranges. As teachers receive conference requests they will confirm with parent/guardians for a 10-15 minute time slot. Requests can be made now and all conferences shall be completed no later than Wednesday, October 28th.
3 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Parent Teacher Conference Information for Aurora High School: Due to the current district policy of not allowing visitiors inside district buildings, Parent/Teacher Conferences for the fall semester will be completed via phone. If you wish to meet with your student's teacher(s) simply email that teacher and request a conference with a list of possible dates and time ranges. As teachers receive conference requests they will confirm with parent/guardians for a 10-15 minute time slot. Requests can be made now and all conferences shall be completed no later than Wednesday, October 28th.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Parent Teacher Conference Information for Aurora High School: Due to the current district policy of not allowing visitiors inside district buildings, Parent/Teacher Conferences for the fall semester will be completed via phone. If you wish to meet with your student's teacher(s) simply email that teacher and request a conference with a list of possible dates and time ranges. As teachers receive conference requests they will confirm with parent/guardians for a 10-15 minute time slot. Requests can be made beginning on Wednesday, October 7th and all conferences shall be completed no later than Wednesday, October 28th.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Friday, October 10th when the Houn Dawg football team travels to Marshfield they have limited seating capacity. Each football player and cheerleader will receive 4 tickets to disperse. The High School athletic office has 100 tickets available at a first come basis. If you would like some tickets please call 417-678-3355 to reserve your tickets. The tickets you reserve must be picked up before 4:00 PM on Thursday, October 8th.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Congratulation to AHS sophomore Larson Briggs. He won the JAG essay contest. He will be representing Aurora at the Governor's Mansion on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
For those fans/parents traveling to Republic Tuesday, September 29th for the Cross Country competition. Spectators and parents must wear a mask and social distance as much as possible.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
AURORA HIGH SCHOOL Absentee/Retake Picture Day is: Monday, September 28, 2020 Wagner Portrait Group will be at school to photograph any students who were absent on the initial picture day or any student that needs his/her picture retaken. If you are having a picture taken as a RETAKE, please make sure your student returns their package in its entirety, including the package insert sheet, to the photographer. (Feel free to attach a note to describe what you’d like us to do differently.) Use this link to order: https://bit.ly/3aJJbU3
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
AURORA HIGH SCHOOL Absentee/Retake Picture Day is: Monday, September 28, 2020 Wagner Portrait Group will be at school to photograph any students who were absent on the initial picture day or any student that needs his/her picture retaken. If you are having a picture taken as a RETAKE, please make sure your student returns their package in its entirety, including the package insert sheet, to the photographer. (Feel free to attach a note to describe what you’d like us to do differently.) Use this link to order: https://bit.ly/3aJJbU3
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Protocols for those traveling to Marshfield on 9/21 for the Varsity Softball game: 1. For all events, both indoors and outdoors, properly worn masks are required for entry and anytime an individual is up and moving around the venue. The mask may be removed while seated. As with our reopening plan this applies to students in grades 6 and higher and all adults. 2. Spectators are asked to be properly socially distanced from others that are not members of their own household. All venues will require that one empty row of seats/bleachers be left in front of and behind each family, along with six feet of lateral distance (for example, three chairback seats) on each side of the household group. 3. Concessions and restrooms will be open. 4. Guests must be masked and remain six feet apart while waiting in line. 5. No non-participants (adults, students, etc.) will be allowed to enter the field, court, or performance area upon completion of the event. 6. Students and young children must remain seated with their parents during the entire event. The only exception to this is for members of the student body that are seated in the student section. Venue Capacity A. All indoor and outdoor venues will be limited to 50% capacity. B. In indoor venues, all available bleachers/seating will be open to spectators. C. Based on historical observations, the only event that exceeds 50% capacity is varsity football games on Friday nights. D. Home and Visitor sections will be clearly marked. E. Student Sections are reserved for MHS/MJHS students only and will be clearly marked.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
We will honor band, cheer, football and soccer seniors this Friday, September 18th prior to kickoff of the Bell Bowl vs. Mt. Vernon. Ceremony will take place around 6:45.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Guidelines for spectators going to Strafford on Tuesday, September 15th to watch the Volleyball match. 1) Gym capacity will be 50%. 2) Facial coverings are STRONGLY recommended. 3) Social distancing is STRONGLY recommended when possible. 4) Benches will be disinfected prior to and after the events. 5) Teams will not change benches after sets in 7th-12th grade volleyball games. 6) Locker rooms will be available for all teams 7) Water will not be provided. A bottle fill station is located in the gym lobby.
4 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
For those traveling to Logan-Rogersville on Friday, September 11th to cheer on the Houn Dawg football team, the following guidelines are in place: 1) Masks are required at all times for indoor events and required at outdoor events when spectators are out of their seat entering/exiting/concession/restroom/etc. for all agestwo (2) and older. 2) Physical distancing is required at all times when spectators are not sitting with their family unit (household). 3) Students and young children must remain seated with parents at all times during the entire event. The exception is students seated in the student body section. 4) Logan-Rogersville School District will utilize the facility capacity guidelines set by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department to determine the number of spectators allowed to attend athletic/activity events. Admission will be closed when the administration determines physical distancing is no longer possible due to capacity limitations. 5) Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs/blankets for limited seating on the track.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
For those traveling to Logan-Rogersville on Friday, September 11th to cheer on the Houn Dawg football team, the following guidelines are in place: 1) Masks are required at all times for indoor events and required at outdoor events when spectators are out of their seat entering/exiting/concession/restroom/etc. for all ages two (2) and older. 2) Physical distancing is required at all times when spectators are not sitting with their family unit (household). 3) Students and young children must remain seated with parents at all times during the entire event. The exception is students seated in the student body section. 4) Logan-Rogersville School District will utilize the facility capacity guidelines set by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department to determine the number of spectators allowed to attend athletic/activity events. Admission will be closed when the administration determines physical distancing is no longer possible due to capacity limitations. 5) Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs/blankets for limited seating on the track.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Information for those attending the high school softball games at Branson on Saturday: Face coverings are required for those in 4th grade and older when social distancing is not possible. Face coverings are highly encouraged for attendants in 3rd grade and younger. Face coverings must be worn while moving about the building or stadium. Gatherings on the field, sidelines, or court will not be permitted at any time, including post-game celebrations. No re-entry will be allowed after leaving the event. No large gatherings will be permitted in the Commons area or concession areas.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Spectator Information for the Carthage Volleyball Jamboree which will be held at Carthage High School on Tuesday, August 25th. All team personnel should arrive wearing face covering. Team benches will be set up to maximize social distancing during matches. No spectator seating will be permitted directly behind team benches. Parents and fans shall wear face coverings upon arrival and any time social distancing is not possible. Parents and fans may enter through the Carthage High School Main Entrance (Door#1) Seating will be located on floor level across from team benches and on the mezzanine level. Admission: $2 Adults, $1 Students
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Danielle Jones
If you need help logging into Canvas from a computer, use this video to help you! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UZJA0eWjcQwO7omgXrrPnVK-jfCVz_q-/view?ts=5f3ecf88
5 months ago, Danielle Jones
Scott Spooner
There will be a Project Graduation meeting on Thursday, August 20th at 7:15 in the High School Gymnasium.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora High School Open House Information Thursday, August 20th, 2020 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Students attending Aurora High School will be able to pick up their schedules, deposit lunch money, pay the annual $30 technology fee, and pick up their laptops. Students will use the main entrance and complete all tasks in the main lobby. NO building tours will be allowed. Students who desire a locker assignment may do so in the high school office during the first week of school.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
There will be a Project Graduation meeting on Thursday, August 20th at 7:15 in the High School Gymnasium.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora High School Open House Information Thursday, August 20th, 2020 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Students attending Aurora High School will be allowed to pick up their schedules, deposit lunch money, pay the annual $30 technology fee, and pick up their laptops. Students will use the main entrance and complete all tasks in the main lobby. NO building tours will be allowed. Students who desire a locker assignment may do so in the high school office during the first week of school.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora High School Open House Information Thursday, August 20th, 2020 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Students attending Aurora High School will be able to pick up their schedules, deposit lunch money, pay the annual $30 technology fee, and pick up their laptops. Students will use the main entrance and complete all tasks in the main lobby. NO building tours will be allowed. Students who desire a locker assignment may do so in the high school office during the first week of school.
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
The High school football parent meeting will be held on Monday, August 17th at 7:00 pm at Kelly field! Go Dawgs!
5 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Fall High School Sports begin on Monday, August 10th. Students must have a physical to participate. Football: 6:40 to 10:15 AM Boy's Soccer: 7 to 9:00 PM Softball: 10:00 AM Volleyball: 8:00 AM Girl's Tennis: 9:30 to 11:30 AM Cross Country: 4:00 PM meet behind HS Cheer: 11:00 to 6:00 PM
6 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Fall High School Sports begin on Monday, August 10th. Students must have a physical to participate. Football: 6:40 to 10:15 AM Boy's Soccer: 7 to 9:00 PM Softball: 10:00 AM Volleyball: 8:00 AM Girl's Tennis: 9:30 to 11:30 AM Cross Country: 4:00 PM meet behind HS Cheer: 11:00 to 6:00 PM
6 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora High School students who are taking dual credit classes during the fall semester will need to pick up their laptop at the high school August 10th through August 13th between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Students picking up their laptops will need to pay their $30 usage fee at the time of pick up. In addition, any student who has not turned in their laptop from summer Launch classes or summer dual credit courses will need to turn their computers in during the same dates/times in order to get laptops updated for the 20-21 school year.
6 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Free Physicals will be offered on Wednesday, August 5th at Aurora High School from 8:00 AM to 1:00. First come, first serve and all attending must wear a mask. The Lawrence County Health Department will also be offering immunizations for back to school at this time.
6 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Free Physicals will be offered on Wednesday, August 5th at Aurora High School from 8:00 AM to 1:00. First come, first serve and all attending must wear a mask. The Lawrence County Health Department will also be offering immunizations for back to school at this time.
6 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Save The Date: Free Physical day at Aurora High School will take place on Thursday, July 23rd from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. First come, first serve. Everyone attending must wear a mask.
7 months ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora's Freedom Foundation presented a $500 check to the Youth Empowerment Project at Aurora High School this summer. On hand for the ceremonies were Kim McCully-Mobley, YEP advisor, and Kaden Clark, the great-grandson of Snags Lechner, chairman of the Freedom Foundation in Aurora. Clark graduated in 2019 and is also a YEP member and Top Dawg Student Award winner. YEP works in tandem with the Community Foundation of the Ozarks and focuses on a variety of grant writing, scholarship, educational and outreach efforts in the school and community. The group was chartered here in 2012 and also partners with the Aurora Houn' Dawg Alumni & Outreach Center in a variety of service projects and sense of place events.
7 months ago, Scott Spooner
High School
Thank You Parents
10 months ago, High School
High School
Tips for Staying Healthy from Aurora PE Teachers https://bit.ly/39bwnn8
10 months ago, High School
High School
AHS Students please take a moment and fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better. Have a great day! https://forms.gle/Rr3fNH9ukJbRrHJ37
10 months ago, High School
High School
10 months ago, High School
High School
Spring ACT Bootcamp will be held on February 29 and March 7 from 8:00 AM-Noon. Sign up to participate in this 2-day event. Learn specific strategies for taking each portion of the test. Students must log in to their Google Account to sign up. https://forms.gle/Mn7pUdJUSScC7jVc7
12 months ago, High School
Scott Spooner
The Fall Sports Banquet hosted by the Athletic Booster Club will be held Sunday, November 10th at 1:00 in the High School Commons.
about 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Due to the weather conditions, today's (10/24) Cross Country meet at Reeds Spring has been cancelled.
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Interested in playing Boys Basketball? We are looking for well rounded student-athletes for the basketball program with the right skills, attitude, grades, behavior and work ethic. MEETING: Thursday October 10th at 12:55 (Homeroom) in the Gym
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Picture Day at Aurora High School will be held Thursday, August 22nd. Pick up packets in the office.
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
The following clubs/organizations will have their initial school meeting on Friday, August 23rd. 8:30- 8:40: FLBA in the Dawg Zone 8:40- 8:50: FCCLA in the Commons 8:50- 9:05: NHS in the Commons 9:10- 9:20: FTA in the Library 9:20- 9:30: Science Club in TBA 9:30- 9:40: Spanish Club in Room 328 9:40- 9:50: Art Club in the Art Room
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Don't forget fall sports practice begin Monday, August 12. Go Dawgs!
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner
Scott Spooner
Aurora High School welcomes all new and returning 9th through 12th grade students to open house. Come meet and greet teachers and staff on Monday, August 12th from 6:00 to 7:00 PM. We look forward to seeing everyone there.
over 1 year ago, Scott Spooner