Limited arguably as much as any other competition regulated by MSHSAA, speech and debate teams have had to cope with the hurdles of virtual events as much as anyone else.
Five-hundred cookies were baked to perfection for the students of Webster Elementary School Friday as part of the school Christmas party, which was held in the elementary school gym.
When Marshfield senior Addison Crider says she’s never completely let last year’s three-set defeat to Logan-Rogersville go, that seems just fine by head coach Jarod Olson.
Following a summer in which their student-athletes committed countless mornings, Marshfield High School supporters came out at night to show solidarity for their teams.
The Marshfield track and field progrrm took 13 of their top varsity athletes to West Plains for the Class 4 Section 1 state sectional meet on Saturday and took the place by storm, qualifying eight of those athletes in 10 events for Friday and Saturday’s state championship meet in Jefferson City.
Sarah Hardin’s fifth-grade class from Shook Elementary School in Marshfield worked together to raise money to donate to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species, as part of their research project.
Marshfield High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter held its annual banquet and installation ceremony Tuesday, May 1, in the Carl and Glessie Young Community Auditorium.
Parker Rader, Marshfield, won the state championship in humorous interpretation during the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHAA) Speech and Debate State Championships April 20-21, at Missouri State University in Springfield.
The 87th annual Marshfield FFA parent/member banquet Thursday, May 3 served as an opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of many students in the FFA chapter, as well as install the new officers into the FFA chapter. The new officers, standing second from left, are Kyla Whittaker (presi…
John Schneider (“The Dukes of Hazzard”) read “Hensel and Gretel Ninja Chicks” to Allen VanNess’ fifth-grade class Thursday, April 26, at Shook Elementary School. Schneider was in Marshfield as one of the guests in attendance at the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival.
These Marshfield High School students were presented academic letter awards for Year 1 during the Marshfield High School Academic Recognition Night April 23, in the Carl and Glessie Young Community Auditorium. Front row, from left: Jade Taylor, Ally Ayers, Megan Welch, Raymond Moore and Drew…
Last week's Marshfield High School Spring Band Concert served not only as a time to enjoy music from the MHS band students, but also to honor MHS band director Lori Hutton, one of the teachers retiring from her position this May.
Each year, the Marshfield elementary schools offer an opportunity for students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade to participate in a science fair.
Students could show their parents and loved ones their drawings and other artwork at the Webster Elementary art show and book fair event Thursday, April 19.
Shook Elementary art teacher Ray Fryman highlighted the students who created the colorful animal paintings behind him and how community members could take one of them home during the ninth annual art auction, one of the activities at this year’s Shook Elementary Night of the Arts event Thurs…
The walls of Hubble Elementary were decorated with artwork and pictures created by students during the Hubble Elementary art show and book fair Thursday, April 19.
Each spring, Marshfield Junior High School eighth-graders have an opportunity to experience history for themselves, not from a textbook, but on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Marshfield High School seniors presented their completed projects during the second annual MHS Senior Project Showcase Night Wednesday, April 18, in the high school cafeteria and auxiliary gym.
Early on at the Marshfield Board of Education meeting Monday, April 16, board members Kim Atkison and Mitch Epsy were sworn in for their positions and the board elected Joey Pate as president, while Curt Weaver was elected to the vice president position. To acknowledge his new position, Pate…
Volunteers with the Missouri Plateau Chapter of the Missouri Master Naturalist brought in artifacts and information about life on the prairie during Shook Elementary School’s Buffalo Day Thursday, April 12.