The Chadwick R-1 School District will hold a public hearing on Monday, December 1, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. at the Chadwick R-1 School District cafeteria located at 7090 State Hwy 125 South, Chadwick, MO 65629.  Christian County has received a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for $937,500 on behalf of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks and the Chadwick R-1 School District for the construction of an Early Childhood Education Facility.  The project will benefit 54% low/moderate income persons.  All citizens, including those in the Chadwick area, are encouraged to attend in order to comment on the proposed activities and on the impact of the proposed project on historic structures and other applicable state and federally regulated program areas.  Anticipated environmental impacts for discussion include but are not limited to historic buildings, floodplains, wetlands, endangered species, contamination, flammable operations, noise concerns, and traffic.

The school district is planning on constructing an early childhood education center on its campus. The facility will be a total of 5,000 square feet and contain three preschool classrooms.

For more information contact Jacklyn Aldrich at Chadwick R-1 School: 417-634-3588 or email: aldrichj@chadwick.k12.mo.us or Dorothy Wittorff-Sandgren at the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments: 417-836-8769 or email: dwittorff-sandgren@missouristate.edu

The Lady Cardinals drop a hard fought game to Marionville. The ladies pulled within five, with 5 minutes left, but then found themselves having to battle uphill due to foul trouble. The game ended with a 43-57 score.

The Ozarks Sports Zone wrote:

The Marionville Lady Comets defeated the Chadwick Lady Cardinals, 57-43, on opening night of this year’s basketball season.  The battle between the perennial powers was full of turnovers, fouls, and missed opportunities, a sure sign that both teams suffered from first-game jitters.

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Chadwick managed to get out to a 10-4 lead before the Lady Comets could mount a comeback.  The Lady Comets tied the score at 12-12 and then took a 16-12 lead going into the second quarter.  With five minutes left to go in the second quarter, Chadwick’s Kailyn Rozell picked up her third foul, causing her to have to sit for the remainder of the half.  Marionville was quick to pick up on Chadwick’s loss, took advantage, and went into the locker room at half with an 11-point lead, 32-21.

“Once Rozell got into foul trouble, it went downhill fast,” said Chadwick head coach David Argo.  “It had the possibility of going from a close game to a blowout real quick.”

Chadwick, who only dressed eight players, would welcome Rozell back in the second half and mounted a comeback of their own.  The Lady Cardinals would fight and claw their way back, led by Rozell’s game-high 26 points, to get within five of the Lady Comets, 48-43.  On the Comets’ ensuing possession, with five minutes to go in the game, a pivotal moment occurred when Chadwick’s [Shayna] Adams picked up her fifth foul.  Without Adams in the game, the Lady Cardinals seemed to unravel and did not score the rest of the game.  Marionville went on a 9-0 run to put the Lady Cardinals away.

“We got back to within five and we got all ‘helter-skelter’ and weren’t doing things that we were supposed to be doing,” said Argo.  “We did not move the ball, it got really stagnant and we took shots that were not good shots.”

-via OzarkSportsZone

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On Saturday, November 1, Chadwick School held the 2nd Annual Miss Chadwick Pageant.  All of the contestants did a fantastic job!  They were poised, confident, and full of grace.  The 2014 queens are pictured above: Kaylee Garrison, Tiny Miss Chadwick; Kali Purdome, Little Miss Chadwick; Hannah Clausen, Young Miss Chadwick: Makenzie Walker, Miss Chadwick; and Cora Michael, Overall Talent. Continue Reading

The Lady Cardinals and Cardinals will be playing in a basketball jamboree hosted by Sparta. The Lady Cardinals play tonight with the festivities tipping-off at 5PM. The boys play on Saturday with games beginning as early as 5PM.
There will be chili suppers starting at 4:30PM each night as well.
GIRLS SCHEDULE
Thursday, November 20, 2014
5:00               Sparta (White) vs Ava (Dark)

5:45               Chadwick (White)  vs Bakersfield (Dark)

6:30               Ava (Dark) vs Chadwick (White)

7:15               Bakersfield (Dark) vs Sparta (White)

8:00               Ava (White) vs Bakersfield (Dark)

8:45               Sparta (White) vs Chadwick (Dark)

 

BOYS SCHEDULE

Saturday, November 22, 2014

5:00               Sparta (White) vs Ava (Dark)

5:45               Chadwick (White)  vs Bakersfield (Dark)

6:30               Ava (Dark) vs Chadwick (White)

7:15               Bakersfield (Dark) vs Sparta (White)

8:00               Ava (White) vs Bakersfield (Dark)

8:45               Sparta (White) vs Chadwick (Dark)

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David Argo leaves the Niangua boys program to take over the Chadwick girls program this year.

Argo was successful at Niangua, leading them to the state quarterfinals where they lost to Scott County Central. The Chadwick girls finished third in the state last year and Argo hopes to continue Chadwick’s rich tradition in girls basketball.

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Senior Hailey Stevens finished 20th out of 152 runners at a time of 22:07, receiving all-state recognition.  This was Hailey’s fourth consecutive run at state, qualifying for all-state three out of the four years.

Sophomore Gavin Herd came in 48th out of the 171 runners in the boys class 1 state championship race with a time of 18:41, setting the fastest time for any Chadwick boy runner in a state race.