Varsity Boys Basketball travel to Otterville tonight for a contest starting at 5:30. Varsity game will start at 5:30, unlike other days JV might play after the varsity. Both schools are battling illness, so JV is dependent on health. Varsity Girls do not play tonight, as Otterville girls are playing with Sacred Heart this year. JH Basketball opens their season up tomorrow at the Stover Tournament. Girls play in the dome at 5:00, followed by the boys at 6:00.
Our Juniors participated in a presentation on Missouri Girls State and Missouri Boys State today. They learned a lot about the program and the numerous scholarships and other opportunities that are associated with attending. If interested, students should apply at http://www.missourigirlsstate.org/ or https://www.moboysstate.org/ Applications for early acceptance should be completed by January 15! Boys and Girls State are offered to students at no cost to them. There are sponsors willing to fund the participation fees.
Congratulations (again!) to our GR8 Band! We are so proud of you! FIRST PLACE! 🎄
Reminder- Tuesday Dec 5th (tomorrow) is our Winter Concert at 6pm. All family & friends are invited to attend. Performer attire is nice clothes and/or fun holiday gear. All 7-12th students (in band, Harmony, or JH/HS Choir) must be at school and ready no later than 5:45pm.
Way to play Tigers! Green Ridge Marching Band traveled down the road tonight for the Christmas Parade. This was the final parade of the season and they sounded fantastic! Nice job representing Green Ridge! You will be able to hear them perform one more time Tuesday night at 6:00pm for the Christmas Concert at Green Ridge High School in the Little Gym.
🚨Attention winter Sports parents!🚨 Our winter sports photos will be next Friday, December 9th, right after school. See the website and order code below to order your individual/team photos!
Green Ridge played a talented Leeton team last a night and lost 65-39. Lucas Mason led the Tigers in scoring with 7. Wyatt Brosch and Jacob Tylar chipped in 5 apiece. The Tigers are back in action this evening in Bunceton. Varsity Girls will tip off at 6:00 pm with the Varsity Boys to follow.
Basketball Game Schedule for 11/30 and 12/1: JV Boys, Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys @ Leeton tonight. JV boys 2 quarters with games starting at 5:30. 12/1-Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys (no JV games) starting at 6:00 against Prairie Home/Bunceton. Games will be played in Bunceton.
The Green Ridge boys basketball team fought hard last night, but lost to a good Northwest team 73-49. The Tigers were led in scoring by Lucas Mason (13) and Weston Crawford (12). The Tigers played hard and are learning on the fly against some good basketball teams. The Tigers are back in action tonight in Leeton starting at 5:30 with Boys JV, Girls Varsity, and Boys Varsity.
Varsity Boys Basketball have been in two nail biters in the first contests of the season. Friday night the Tigers lost 40-39 to Crest Ridge. Weston Crawford had a half court chance to win as time expired. The Tigers played hard and were led in scoring by Kamryn Hoos (13) and Weston Crawford (10). Last night the Tigers won in Kingsville 57-56 on a last second put back by Mark Pavlioglo. The Tigers were led in scoring by Mark (14), Weston (11), and Kamryn (10). The Tigers meet up with a talented Hermitage team this evening.
Varsity Basketball travels to Hermitage tonight. There will be no JV contests. Varsity Girls will tip off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity Boys. Good Luck Tigers!
Green Ridge hs basketball is traveling to Kingsville tonight with 2 quarters of jv starting at 5:30. Varsity girls and boys will follow the jv contest. Good luck tigers!
Green Ridge R-VIII School District will be in session Monday, November 21, 2022 and Tuesday, November 22, 2022 next week. Thanksgiving break will be November 23-28, with classes resuming on Tuesday, November 29. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
High School Basketball opens their season this evening at home against Crest Ridge. We will be playing 2 quarters JV boys, varsity girls, and varsity boys starting at 5:30 p.m. Good Luck Tigers!
Congratulations to Macy Reed and Bryce Dirck on being selected as our October students of the month! Macy was nominated for her pursuit of excellence in many areas of her life. She was recognized last month for Rotary. She is serving as the Missouri Queen for the American Hereford Association and making the rounds of many shows while keeping up with school work and her many leadership roles in many organizations. Her dedication and hard work makes Macy a GR8 student! Bryce walks in every morning with a smile on his face. He is happy to be at school and he is even more excited to see his friends and teachers. Bryce has a very positive outlook on everything. He enjoys learning and works hard to gain all of the knowledge he can. He is making progress all the time! Bryce is a great friend to everyone and he is also a great helper. He is a true joy to everyone!
Attention Parents and Seniors! You are running out of time to get your Senior Ads in the yearbook! We will continue to take ads until December 1st. Full page - $60 Half Page - $30 If you are interested in a Senior Ad or more information about an ad, contact our yearbook staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
**Today is picture retake day** Parents/guardians who have not ordered can place an order using the Retake Event Order Code, 71705ZF at https://inter-state.com/Order. This Order Code is different from the original Event Order Code.
Entry for the basketball jamborees in La Monte (tonight and tomorrow) will be a canned good for each person.
Boys high school basketball will be participating in their jamboree tonight in La Monte. First game is at 6:15, followed by a second at 7:45. Good luck Tigers.
Congratulations to Jessica Orlov! In Ms. Tylar's 8th grade ELA classes, they read the story Fancy Dancer and the students were encouraged to participate in the Fancy Dancer writing contest through Scholastic. The writing prompt was to write a letter from Rory to his uncle Fred about his experience with the powwow and anything else he might want to share. Jessic Orlov won a book from Scholastic. GR8 job, Jessica!