The Crosslines Mobile Food Pantry will be in our front parking lot Thursday, June 23, 2016, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m for any family who is in need. There is no need to call ahead. Just show up. We will fill your car and send you on your way! This isn’t only for the Chadwick Community, so if you know anyone in need, please spread the word!
Freshmen Evan Smith ran a personal best in the 1600-meter run at the State Championship race on May 21, 2016, finishing with a time of 4:43.36, knocking four seconds off his previous best time. He finished eighth overall achieving All-State Honors.
The Christian County Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Chadwick R-1 School District cafeteria located at 7090 State Hwy 125 South, Chadwick, MO 65629 to discuss the County’s submission of an application for the fiscal year 2016 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the Chadwick R-1 School District. The County is interested in obtaining all citizens’ input on community development needs within the Chadwick community. As part of the hearing process citizens will be asked to verbally assist in the completion of a “Needs Assessment” document. The document will detail what the residents feel are the strengths and weaknesses of the community. The County needs as much local participation as possible in order to reflect the true desires of the community as a whole, as well as the comments relating to the proposed project application. The State has established a maximum application request for each funding category. Activities that are eligible for funding include the improvement of public works, public facilities, housing rehabilitation, and others allowed by law. At least 51% of the funds must be used to benefit low-and-moderate income persons. No displacement of persons will be proposed. The County is proposing the proposed project will be to have a sidewalk constructed (North to South) along ½ a mile of Highway 125 South from the intersection of South Rose and Hwy 125 S to the 2nd school entrance along the east side of Highway 125 South in Chadwick, Missouri. Guard rail will be placed along the ½ mile of sidewalk between the highway swell and the sidewalk located on the east right-of-way belonging to MODOT to ensure student and pedestrian safety while traveling on the sidewalk. Learning Lane will become a circle drive and make exiting and entrance onto 125 South safer as well as eliminate student and overflow parking currently located adjacent to the school building across Highway 125 South. By transitioning student parking to the same side of the highway as the school district is on, students will no longer have the need to cross the dangerous highway to gain access to the school during and after school hours. The addition of the circle drive will decrease traffic congestion in the drop-off zone for the Early Childhood Education Building and the K-12 School facility. The total project cost is estimated at $495,550. The project, if funded, will benefit 83% low/moderate income persons. All citizens, including those in the targeted area, are encouraged to attend in order to comment on the proposed activities.
For more information contact Jacklyn Aldrich at Chadwick R-1 School: 417-634-3588 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifying members of the Chadwick Track Team competed at the sectional track meet hosted at Ozark High School today.
Junior Kayla Loveland placed 6th in the long jump, just two places shy of state qualification.
Freshman Evan Smith placed 3rd in the 1600-meter run, which qualified him for the State competition, and 5th overall in the 800-meter.
The team was accompanied by Coach Jenny Gardner and Assistant Coach Hailey Stevens.
Coach Gardner said, “They really did a great job, especially given the tough competition today. We were so thankful to all of the Chadwick Cardinal fans that came out to support our track and field team today! You all rock!”
Evan will be running in the State 1600-meter race at Jefferson City High School in Jefferson City next Saturday, May 21, 2016, at 12:30.
UPDATE: Evan finished in the 8th spot with a time of 4:43.36.
Two athletes, freshman Evan Smith and junior Kayla Loveland, will be advancing to compete in the Sectional Meet next Saturday, May 14, 2016, at Ozark.
Kayla Loveland placed fourth overall in the long jump and seventh in the 200-meter dash. Her sister, freshman Taylor Loveland, placed eighth in the 300-meter hurdles. Freshman Bri Esline placed ninth in the long jump and eighth in the 400-meter.
Evan Smith was the Class 1 District 4 Champion in the 1600-meter and 800-meter races, and junior Gavin Herd placed sixth and seventh overall in those races as well.
Sophomore Trenton Massey placed sixth overall in the high jump and thirteenth overall in the 400-meter dash. Freshman Brandyn Wiles placed tenth in the discus and fourteenth in the shot-put. Trenton and Brandyn also each competed in the long jump, placing thirteenth and fifteenth respectively.
It was a great day for a young track and field program at Chadwick High School. If you have a chance, come out and support Evan and Kayla this weekend as they attempt to qualify for State Competition.