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Henley Is New Band Director

Mountain View School welcomes a new band director this year, and he couldn't be more enthusiastic about the program or about making his home here. "This is why teachers teach, to be in a place like this, with kids and parents like this," Blake Henley said Aug. 7 during the final day of a week-long practice camp. See the full story in the Aug. 12 issue. ...

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Brenda Jones Retires

Brenda Jones has seen many changes during more than three decades in education. She has retired after 34 years of teaching in Stone County, having worked in both the Timbo and Mountain View school systems. See her story in the August 5 issue. ...

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Belma Treat Retires

Remembered by her many former students for her sweet nature and energetic teaching style, longtime Mountain View teacher Belma Treat has retired after 38 years. See her story in the July 29 issue. ...

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Dr. Seuss Day

Read Across America Day, also known as Dr. Seuss Day, was celebrated at Mountain View Elementary School Feb. 27. The school served Green Eggs and Ham in the classrooms, which students were free to try (or not) while they participated in various projects celebrating the popular children's author. See photo page in the March 4 issue. ...

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Science of Dissection

Seventh grade students at Mountain View Middle School participate in a frog dissection lesson conducted by instructors from Ozarka College. See additional photos in the Jan. 21 issue. ...

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School Lunches A Challenge

Rising food prices and new government regulations make it a challenge for good service personnel to offer school lunches that are tasty, healthy and inexpensive. See the story in the Oct. 15 issue. ...

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Criminal Justice Class

A criminal justice program at Mountain View School has proved to be popular among students, while giving them real-world skills they can use straight out of high school. Read the complete story in the Sept. 24 issue. ...

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