STEVEN GREGG, a senior at Exceptional Pupil Cooperative of the Ozarks and Stockton R-2 Schools, was recently selected as a delegate to the 2019 Missouri Youth Leadership Forum.
Gregg is the son of Jodie and Richard Gregg of Fair Play.
“I am so proud of the accomplishments Steven has made,” EPCO Director Pat O’Neal said in a news release. “He is an amazing young man.”
The forum goes from July 16 to 20 at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
Gregg serves as EPCO student body president, is a Bolivar City Fire Department fire explorer and is a Special Olympics of Missouri silver medalist for basketball.
“Steven is an exceptional student,” EPCO teacher Johnnie Carnelison said in the release. “I am so proud of this young man.”
During the forum, delegates and staff will participate in a community service project to give back to our community. This year, staff and delegates will collect items to support Rainbow House, an organization aimed at keeping children safe and supporting families in crisis.
The Missouri Youth Leadership Forum is hosted by the Governor's Council on Disability and Paraquad.
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SARAH TERRILL of Bolivar, a medical assistant program student, was named to Bolivar Technical College’s Spring 2019 president’s list. To qualify for the honor, students must complete at least 12 credit hours and earn a 3.85 GPA or above in a semester.
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DARCI CLINE, LAKYN LEE AND HALEY RAUCH, all of Bolivar, have been named to the Missouri Valley College Spring 2019 dean’s list. The requirements for the list are a 3.3 or higher GPA, at least 12 graded hours for the semester and no "D," "F," or "Incomplete" grades for the semester.
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KAMRYN VORIS, a graduating Halfway senior, has been awarded the $1,000 Halfway Farmers Exchange scholarship. She is the daughter of Shae and Randy Voris and plans to attend Missouri State University in Springfield.