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Virginia academic eligibility issue overshadows academic achievement PDF Print E-mail

By Leigh Morris
For the Star-Gazette
Lengthy debate over the issue of athletic academic eligibility Monday evening overshadowed Principal Jason Vicich's report that Virginia High School students will meet the Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) goals in math for the second consecutive year.
News of the AYP achievement came from preliminary test data from the Illinois State Board of Education.

 
Council vote to transfer Princess property fails PDF Print E-mail

By Allie Dawson
For the Star-Gazette
A vote to authorize Mayor Steve Patterson to execute documents for the transfer of the Princess Theatre property to the city of Beardstown failed 5 – 3 at Tuesday’s meeting of the Beardstown City Council.
Mayor Steve Paterson and council members in favor of the motion expressed concern in terms of the future of the building, the safety hazard it could pose, and the fact that future funding could be uncertain. Voting in favor of the motion were KatieVitale, J.D. Grafford, and Leslie Harris.

 
Area youth to perform musical GREASE! PDF Print E-mail

By Vanessa Bolen
Take a step back into the 50s with Rydell High sweethearts, Sandy Dumbrowski and Danny Zuko, played by Madi Days and Sergio Perez, as they perform in next week’s production of Grease.
Joining them will be the Pink Ladies (Emma White, Aileana Rawlins, Parker Carls, Alexis DeSollar) and the Thunderbirds (Rob Tynan, Josh Grant, Tyler Evans, Angel Izquierdo) as they partake in teenage endeavors such as dances, relationships, fitting in and, most important of all, getting a car to make the ladies swoon.
The production is directed by Allison Wilson and sponsored by Cargill. The play will be performed Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 27, at 2 p.m. in the Beardstown High School Auditorium.
Tickets for the show are available with any cast member (listed on Beardstown Choirs’ Face Book page) or at the door.
So, okay cats, now “wrap your mittens around your kittens” and grab some tickets to get to the show!

 
Beardstown Community Blood Drive at Heritage Health Needs Your Help PDF Print E-mail

To help ensure an adequate blood supply for our region, Heritage Health located at 8306 St. Luke’s Drive in Beardstown is hosting a blood drive on Monday, July 28, 2014. The hours of the blood drive are 11:00am to 2:00pm. For your convenience, please call the blood center to sign up toll free at 1-866-GIVE-BLD or schedule an appointment online using sponsor code 60007 at www.bloodcenterimpact.org. Walk-ins are also welcome and appreciated.

 
Area students visit the nation's capitol PDF Print E-mail

Students from Virginia, Triopia and Meredosia traveled June 15  to Washington D.C. They are: Abby Clark, EJ Clark, Kristan Shaffer, Gage Tullis, Jamie Jokisch, Jacob Carson, Kyler Bailey, Jared Atwood, Damian Coats, Hunter Bader, Emily Campbell, Shelby Campbell, Ali Morton, Dusty Staake, Brooklyn Knapp, JR Coats, Jeff Bennett, Jason Martin, Monica Campbell, Colton Woolridge, Nick Werries, Haley Milby, Peyton Rush, Bailey Bogue, Regan Corder, Hailey Werries, Steve Clark and Lisa Clark.
They toured the White House, National Archives, FDR and Martin Luther King Memorial, the World War II Memorial, Korean Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, Air Force Memorial, 9/11 Memorial, National Cathedral, and Holocaust Museum.
Also, the Smithsonians: American History, Natural History, and Air and Space.
They took a tour of Arlington Cemetery and attended the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb the of Unknown Soldier, as well as a tour of the US Naval Academy.

 
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