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Congratulations to all of our C-1 SENIORS: Courtney Allred, Jacob Baggs, Jayden Barnett, Maddix Bennett, Victoria Blakeman, Payton Boehm, Aalyia Brown, Blake Buford, Lorelai Buford, Kirsten Burton, Margaret Clark, Madison Cossey, Dennesty Dawkins, Elijah DeLapp, Emily Dickmeier, Ian Doss, Jonah Dotson, Dakota Gallagher, Mason Gash, Taegan Gast, Dawson Goetz, Jordan Golden, Kaiden Gordon, Aidyn Graham, Seth Harris, Jordyn Haynes, Imanol Hernandez, Alexis Hill, Kamryn Howard, Ethan Hunt, Jackson Hunt, Noah Iles, Jason Jones, Michael Jordan, Brooks Kappelman, Dawson Kouril, Sadie Kumm, Kendra LaRue, Samantha LaRue, Amber Lawson, Dylan Lilleman, Lacie Luke, Jagger Mason, Blake Mattson, Stephanie Nau, Riley Oetting, Anderson Owen, Hailey Pippin, Ethan Rankin, Emma Rasa, Carly Roberts, Tyler Simpson, Noah Skinner, Catherine Strathman, Colette Strathman, Nicholas Strathman, Ashlyn Vazquez, Kelsey Wagner, Jayden Wahn, Logan Warren, Trinity Weaver, Taegan Wegener, Megan Whitt, James Wilkson, Kiana Williams
  • 2020 Scholarships and Awards

    Click the link below to view a slideshow of all our scholarship and award winners for the class of 2020.



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  • Summer Meal Service


    There is a change to our summer meal distribution, and we think it will be one you will like - in order to accommodate families’ schedules, we are happy to announce that starting Tuesday, June 2, meals for the week will be offered for pick up on Tuesdays and Thursdays instead of daily. Only two days of pick up and you get 5 days of meals.


    Please follow the link and complete the form if your family would like to receive free meals during the Summer Meal Program, which runs from Tuesday, June 2 through Thursday, July 16. 


    **Please note: Please give at least 24 hours for new requests to be processed and added to our meal counts.**


    All children 0-18 are eligible to receive meals; they do NOT have to be Lafayette County C-1 students. The meals are 100% free.


    Breakfast and lunch will be available for pick-up all together, each Tuesday & Thursday, at the following locations, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm.


    -Grandview Elementary School (705 W 31st, Higginsville, MO: Preschool doors) 

    -Grace United Methodist Church (15th and Walnut, Higginsville, MO)

    -Corder City Hall (Corder, MO)


    Tuesday package: includes meals for Tuesday & Wednesday

    Thursday package: includes meals for Thursday, Friday, and the following Monday.


    You only need to complete one sign up per household.




    Any personally-identifiable information you share will be confidential.

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  • Cares Act Funding


    Coronavirus Aide CARES act

    Local Education Agencies, public and non-public, are eligible for relief and economic security through the CARES Act.  Please click on the public notice link below to find out more about this funding.


    LEA PUBLIC NOTICE 5-12-20 final (1).docx


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  • District Calendar

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  • Be a Smart Husker with HUSKER ALERT

    Want to be one of the first to get the word on cancelled games and snow days?  It's easy, thanks to Equity Bank, the Lafayette County C-1 School District and HUSKER ALERT.

    HUSKER ALERT is a free, optional service that sends text messages to your cell phone to inform you of school events, emergencies or early dismissals.

    Signing up for HUSKER ALERT is easy, and it's free.  Click on the "Husker Alert" button located at the side and follow the directions.  It only takes a few minutes to complete.

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