To follow along and watch the Frisco League games live, follow Allen Hilliard Sports on Facebook. Currently live is Laquey vs Stoutland. https://m.facebook.com/AllenHilliardSports/
10 months ago, Chance Allen
Laquey Schools will be closed from Wednesday Nov. 25 to Friday Nov. 27 for Thanksgiving Break. Offices will be open again Monday Nov. 30. Have a great Thanksgiving!!
10 months ago, Steven Moore
Frisco League Tournament Update!!
10 months ago, Chance Allen
Requirements for the tournament
The home basketball games for tomorrow November 24 have been canceled.
10 months ago, Chance Allen
Missouri’s Knights of Columbus have been in partnership with Missouri Special Olympics for over 30 years. Knights of Columbus, St. Robert Charter have been working directly with Laquey R-V School District’s Special Olympics Organization for over 10 years. 15,000+ athletes across Missouri are able to discover new strengths, abilities, skills, and success through the power of sports in Special Olympics. The Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities, better known as the local Tootsie Roll Drive, take up donations to raise money for this great program. The money raised by donations go towards contributions within local communities. Steve Hoffman and Adam Sadowski were pleased to be able to hand Laquey Special Olympics a check for over $550! Thank you so much for your valued partnership and generosity in allowing Laquey’s Special Olympics Program to reach out and benefit so many of our local youth!
10 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Pictured above are: Mr. Steve Hoffman (Deputy Grand Knight-Knights of Columbus), Trista Hance (Laquey Special Olympic Volunteer Coordinator), Kyle Tallant (Laquey Special Olympic Volunteer Coordinator), Makayla Roberts (Laquey Special Olympics Athlete), Seirrah Husted (Laquey Special Olympics Athlete), Mrs. Nicole Hanson (High School Principal), and Mr. Adam Sadowski (Chairman of the Developmental Disorders Drive, Former District Deputy, Past Grand Knight-Knights of Columbus)
Laquey Student Council would like to thank everyone who participated in our food drive. Our goal was to collect food for ten food baskets, but due to the number of generous donations, we were able to help thirty-two families in our district with a Thanksgiving Meal!
10 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Just a reminder. Curbside meals will be available for anyone 18 and younger this Friday at the elementary gym doors. They will be available from 9-11. There is no cost for the meals.
10 months ago, Nicole Hanson
We will have a WCC bus next Monday and Tuesday. It will be leaving at 8:15am.
10 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Laquey Student Council is proud to coordinate with Community Blood Center of the Ozarks to host a blood drive on November 30, 2020 at Laquey High School. This blood drive is open to the public. Appointments are strongly encouraged to help us manage donor flow. Please call 417-227-5006 or visit www.cbco.org/donate-blood to schedule your appointment. Photo ID and masks will be required. High school students (age 16+) who wish to donate can sign up with Mrs. Marlin. Our goal is to schedule at least 35 donors. If we collect 20 viable donations, CBCO will give our school a $500 scholarship! Come out and help us make a difference in our community and school. Contact Mrs. Marlin at kmarlin@laqueyhornets.us with any questions.
10 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Blood drive
Laquey Administration and Counselors would like to have each family complete the survey at the link below. This survey will assist us as we are working with our students and families. Thank you https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nDPQvcSKRnxOlCJVcZWfAf97eRPtgnr4edqLhQ1lQCQ/edit?ts=5faf0dc9&gxids=7628
10 months ago, Charity Hendrix
. All Monday Archers need to email Coach Hendrix which day you would like to practice Tuesday or Thursday from 6 to 7 pm. All archers must wear a mask to practice. I will take temperatures as you enter the gym and then you can remove your mask. Coach Hendrix
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson
HAT DAY!!! In the high school!!! For the entire week November 16-20. $5 for the entire week or $1.50 per day. Money collected will go to the CTA fundraiser.
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson
In honor of "World Kindness Day," the Laquey Student Council would like to recognize Laquey 5th Grader, Michael Jones, for his inspiring random act of kindness. When Michael heard about the Student Council Thanksgiving Food Drive, he decided to use the birthday money he recently received to buy food donations for the food drive. It was more important to him that he help a family in need from our community than to spend his birthday money on himself. We hope Michael's random act of kindness will encourage everyone to do something nice for someone, not just for today, but every day.
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Michael
The students and staff of the Laquey School District would like to thank all of our Veterans that are serving or have served our country. We have put together a virtual Veterans Day assembly and encourage you to take some time and watch it. Thank you and Happy Veteran's Day. https://youtu.be/KG1GSggBDaE
11 months ago, Stephanie Valdivia
Attached are the brackets for the Frisco League Basketball Tournament 11/28-12/5.
11 months ago, Chance Allen
Boys FLT
Girls FLT
The Laquey Student Council is hosting a Thanksgiving Food Drive Competition November 2 through 13, 2020. Our goal is to provide ten families in our district with a Thanksgiving Food Basket. Preschool and elementary classes as well as junior high and high school first hour classes are competing for a donut breakfast. Help us take a bite out of hunger this Thanksgiving!
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Tough loss for the soccer boys last night falling 1-0 to Fair Grove.
11 months ago, Chance Allen
Boys Soccer District info: Attached is the bracket and COVID protocol for the district tournament. The address for Cooper Sports Complex is on the flyer.
11 months ago, Chance Allen
2020 MSHSAA Class 1 District 6 Soccer District
Ms. Murphy's Biology Classes extracted seeds from soil and stool samples to learn about the differences in germination rates of seeds dispersed by wind and those dispersed by animals. This activity will lead to learning about plant structure and function and mitosis. (Note: stool samples were not real and were created for simulation.)
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson
Picture 1
Just a reminder: Curb side meals will be available for anyone 18 and younger at the elementary gym doors on Friday's. Breakfast and lunch will be provided from 9-11am. There is no cost for the meals.
11 months ago, Nicole Hanson