New Haven High School Senior, Sheny Delgado, is National Finalist in Walgreen's Expressions competition.
Student artwork on exhibit at Scenic Regional Library New Haven until the end of April.
Drop off locations: Scenic Regional Library New Haven and at the City Wide Garage Sale BBQ (Saturday, May 1 at Bushel and a Peck).
North American Breeding Bird Survey is back for 2021 and MDC needs volunteers.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Calling Missouri birders who know their birds by sight and sound! The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) needs volunteers to assist with two vacant bird-observation routes in Missouri as part of the 2021 North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) May 27 – July 7. The two Missouri BBS routes that need volunteers are Rensselaer in Ralls County and Madison in Monroe County. Volunteers will need to conduct their survey one day during the May 27 – July 7 survey period.
The BBS was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is back for 2021. BBS is a long-term, large-scale, international bird monitoring program that started in 1966. The purpose of the BBS is to track the status and trends of North American bird populations. Each year during mostly June -- the height of the bird-breeding season for most of the U.S. – BBS volunteers collect bird-population data along roadside survey routes to help. For more info on the BBS, visit pwrc.usgs.gov/bbs/.
Lexi is the daughter of James and Natalie Yochim. Lexi is a good student and involves herself in school activities such as cross country, volleyball, and track. Lexi is also in the National Junior Honor Society and is on the Student Council. Lexi has received many medals for running and has been the recipient of a Positive Office Referral, which is given by a teacher for going above and beyond.
Outside of school, Lexi keeps very busy. She is a member of the 4-H and volunteers at First Christian Church. She likes to hunt, fish, sew, craft, and enjoys photography. She also likes to spend lots of time hanging out with friends and family.
Adam is the son of Rob and Patty Homeyer. Adam is involved in many school sports and activities. He is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the National Honor Society. Adam is on the basketball team, is a member of the track and field team, plays trumpet in the band, and is the treasurer for the Class of 2022. He earned Academic All-Conference awards for both basketball and track.
Outside of school, Adam is involved in 4-H and showing cattle. He also likes to spend time playing basketball. Adam’s teachers say that he is always striving to be his best in class and in his extra-curricular activities. He leads by example and does the right thing, even when he thinks no one is watching. Adam exemplifies New Haven High School’s Tradition of Excellence.