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Elsberry High School

"Mission: To engage and prepare every student for a successful lifetime of learning and service."


High School Doors Open & Close Times
The high school doors are locked until 7:45 a.m. each school day and lock again at 3:30 p.m. for the evening. Students are not to be in the building unless they are here for an activity. If you are here for an activity, you must be with your coach... Continue
Posted by: Tim Reller
Published: 9/19/13

Student of the Month

 Senior Brittni Hagemeier has been chosen as the March Student of the Month. Brittni is the daughter of Gary and Joan Hagemeier. Her favorite subjects include Political Science and English. Brittni is involved with NHS, FCCLA, softball, and basketball. After graduation Brittni plans on attending Culver-Stockton College and majoring in Pre-Law. During her high school career Brittni has received various softball and basketball awards. In her spare time, Brittni likes to hang out with her best friend Cailee Vitro, play softball, and spend time with family.




Tutoring is now available for all high school students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 a.m. in the morning and 3-4 p.m. in the afternoon. For questions about tutoring, please call the high school office at 573-898-5554 x213.

Senior Spotlight

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Name: Hope Roeder

Most Prized Possession: Animals

Dream Car: Jeep

Proudest Accomplishment: Master showmanship at the Lincoln County Fair

Personal Hero: Mom

The best advice you’ve ever received is: The hardest thing about riding a horse is the ground.

Favorite Movie: Pretty Woman or Oceans II

My fellow classmates think: I am shy and nice

Most people are surprised when I tell them: I can wiggle my ears

Favorite spot to hangout: The barn

Favorite TV Show: 2 Broke Girls


Name: Brett Rogers

What is your lifelong dream? To have many cars

If you could be anywhere in the world, where would it be? Venice, Italy

Most Prized Possession: My hair

Favorite TV Show: Breaking Bad and Workaholics

Favorite memory in life: Traveling Italy

My fellow classmates think: I’m happy, then hungry, and then I get sleepy

Most people are surprised when I tell them: I’m not Christian, I’m Buddhist

I would have given anything to have met: Bob Marley

Best words to describe me: Relaxed, easy-going, chill

Favorite Junk Food: Oreos


Name: Brennen Slaughter

Occupation/Job: IGA bag boy

Dream Car: 69 Camaro

Favorite Movie: 8 Mile

Favorite TV Show: South Park

What is your lifelong dream? To be a professional soccer player

What have you learned about life? Life’s a garden, dig it. -Joe Dirt

Favorite Book: The Outsiders

Name: Jacob Sabella

Most Prized Possession: Laptop

Favorite Song: Pendulum - A Skylit Drive

What is your lifelong dream? Live in a small house in the country

Future Plans: Move to Kansas City

The best advice you’ve ever received is: Don’t depend too much on others

What have you learned about life? Connections are very important

Most people are surprised when I tell them: I enjoy hiking

Proudest Accomplishment: FBLA State

The best person to star in a movie about me is: Johnny Depp

My fellow classmates think: I’m a hacker


Speech and Drama

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 Speech and Drama members competed at the conference meet on Saturday, Feb. 22. Madison Cleveland and Ashley Hagan received first place in duet acting. Hagan also received second overall in humorous interpretation. Cleveland also was awarded with third place in creative original. Allie Smith, first overall dramatic interpretation.

On Saturday March 1st, team members went to Clopton to compete where Cleveland and Hagan received first place for the second time in duet acting. Cleveland placed first with creative original with Lydia Hanneken placing second in the same category. Smith was awarded with second place in dramatic interpretation. Hagan received third humorous interpretation and prose. Elsberry won second overall at the competition!  Tori Towery is advisor to the Speech and Drama Club.


Homecoming and Fall Festival Candidates
The Elsberry-Clopton High School Football Homecoming will be held  Friday, Oct. 4th at 7pm  at the Clopton football field before the football game, which begins at  7pm . Candidates are Anne Marie Bufford and Matt Parinello, Seniors... Continue
Posted by: Tim Reller
Published: 9/30/13

Senior Spotlight
Senior Spotlight By Cailee Vitro   Name: Becca Almus Most prized possession : My locket/necklace Favorite Movie: The Sandlot Favorite Junk Food: Subway chocolate chip cookies Proudest Accomplishment: Beating Silex in softball Future Plans: Go... Continue
Posted by: Scott Cleveland
Published: 9/16/13

TEACHER TALK: The Science Department
The Elsberry High School Science Department is chaired by veteran teacher, Kenna Heitman.  Also teaching in the science department is  second year teacher, Kelly Cullen.  Both teachers have three subjects that they teach to grades 9... Continue
Posted by: Tim Reller
Published: 9/11/13

The halls of Elsberry Schools are once again in full motion!!!  With every school year comes change, and the 2013-2014 school year is no different.  Of course, the biggest change is the “cool” environment for students to lear... Continue
Posted by: Tim Reller
Published: 9/3/13

As the 2013/14 school year begins I want to express how excited I am to have the school year begin. This is my 21 st  year in education and I still get excited to begin a new year. This year will begin with several changes in place. The whole... Continue
Posted by: Tim Reller
Published: 8/19/13

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