During the regular monthly meeting of the Neosho Board of Education, members received updates on building projects within the district.

During the regular monthly meeting of the Neosho Board of Education, members received updates on building projects within the district.
The new Neosho Junior High School construction project is proceeding on schedule and should be ready to receive 7th and 8th grade students on Aug. 16, the first day of school for the 2017-18 year in Neosho.   "Barring any unforeseen issues or weather, Branco has communicated that everything should be on time for us (the district) to finish moving in later this summer," Meagen Spangler, director for community and team relations for the Neosho district.
Goodman School, destroyed by the April 5 tornado, that hit the community, has been slated for demolition.  
"Goodman got the green light to proceed on demolition," Spangler said. "They are now accepting bids for the project."
Recognition for students, employees, and a Neosho patron was made at the regular May meeting of the Neosho Board of Education on Monday. Two students were chosen as Student of the Month, Carter Abbott from Neosho Junior High School and Alexis Shoemaker from the Jefferson Street Campus.
The Neosho Middle School counseling team was named as the Certified Employees of the month including Jason Brant, Courtney Derryberry, and Tausha Clemons. Tonja Kalmbach was recognized as the Classified Employee of the Month.
Buzz Ball, B & B, Neosho Cinema 6 was named Patron of the Month.