Multiple Job Openings with Butler R-V

7-12 SCIENCEThe Butler R-V School District is seeking applications for a 7-12 Science position for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year, with possible extension of contract for the 2021-2022 school year. Interested applicants possessing appropriate Missouri certification should visit the district website and send completed application, including cover letter, resume, updated certification, references, and transcript to principal, Marci Beckley at  Coaching/sponsoring duties will be available with this position.  Applicants that have PLTW Gateway Certifications or willingness to become certified in PLTW Gateway areas will be given preferential application status.  The Butler R-V School District is located south of the Kansas City metropolitan area on I-49 Highway.  We are a progressive school district that transitioned to a 4-day school week this school year.  We offer a competitive compensation package with fully funded health insurance for the employee.   


The Butler R-V School District is currently accepting applications for Special Education Paraprofessionals and Early Childhood Paraprofessionals.  Candidates must have at least 60 college credit hours. The Butler R-V School District is located south of the Kansas City metropolitan area on I-49 Highway.  We are a progressive school district that transitioned to a 4-day school week this school year.  We offer a competitive compensation package with fully funded health insurance for the employee. 

Interested applicants should send resumes and completed applications to:

Ms. Stacey Lawson, Early Childhood/Special Education Director

300 S. Delaware St.

Butler, MO 64730

660-679-6591 x166

The Little Apple

Vol 28 no 44

November 4, 2020

Unofficial election results from the St. Clair Co. Clerk’s Office:

Pres/VP:  Trump/Pence 3930   Biden/Harris 988   Jorgensen/Cohen 43   Hawkins/Walker 7   Blankenship/Mohr 4

Governor: Parson 3878   Galloway 995   Combs 70   Bauer 29       Lt. Gov:  Kehoe 3921   Canady 913   Salntz 62   Dragoo 24

Sec of State: Ashcroft 3944   Faleti 852   Freese 72   Lehman 20  Venable 34   Treasurer:  Fitzpatrick 3867   Englund 941   Kasoff 75   Civettini 14

Atty Gen: Schmitt 3883  Finneran 896   Babacock 117   US Rep #4: Hartzler 3845  Simmons 965   Koonse 104   State Rep #125:  Kalberloh 4435

Co Commissioner:  North: Strope 1999  South: Smith 2377  Sheriff: Hilty 4508   Assessor: Lysinger 4412  Public Admin: Knight 4394

Coroner: Sheldon 4541  MO Supreme Ct. Judge Breckenridge: yes 3580  no 1023  MO Ct. of Appeals Judge Lynch: yes 3572  no 954

Amendment 1: yes 2532 no 2271     Amendment 3: yes 2985  no 1850

The Knights of Columbus will have their monthly pancake and sausage breakfast at the Knight’s Hall in Montrose on Sunday, November 8 from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.  Treat your family to a hot breakfast you don’t have to cook or clean up.  A free will donation will be greatly appreciated

Everyone is invited to Revival Services November 8-11 at the Church of God (Holiness), 401 East 1st Street, AC MO. The Evangelist will be Ron Dunlap with special music provided by the Dunlap Family. Services will be Sunday 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and Monday – Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.

Ohio Christian Church will sponsor a “Come & Go Drive-Through” for deer hunters  Pick up a snack pack containing a breakfast burrito, drink and some other goodies 9:00 to noon. The church is located 10 miles east of Appleton City on A Hwy

Montrose Athletic Booster Club’s Kickin’ Chicken Fundraiser Dinner is scheduled for Saturday, November 14 from 5:00—8:30 (or until sold out) at Montrose High School—Curbside to go service ONLY.  The $10 cost per plate includes 2 pieces Perryman fried chicken (choice of white or dark meat), mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll, and chocolate sheet cake. *Sorry NO Special Orders and NO Children’s Menu*.

Ellett Memorial Hospital Appleton City offers outpatient specialist services for November. Call 660-476-2111 for appointments: Nov 5 – OB/GYN-Dr. Kallberg, Nov 6 –Ophthalmology, Dr. Soni,  Nov 11- Upper GI, Colonoscopy Dr. Vardakis    Nov 12– Rheumatology, Dr. Tay, Nov 12 –Podiatry, Dr. Dowell ,  Nov 13– Ortho-Dr. Gray,  Nov 18 -Upper GI, Colonoscopy-Dr. Namin,  Nov 25– Ortho-Dr. Gray.       

Vendors are wanted for the 4th Annual Appleton City PTO Holiday Shopping Extravaganza Saturday, December 5 from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the ACHS gym and commons area. There will be a variety of vendors setup and ready to share their holiday specials.  If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Jennifer Hawkins at or 417-359-3846.  Also, follow the AC Elementary PTO Facebook page and you will find additional vendor and event information. There will be hourly door prizes (need not be present to win) and the event is free of charge for the community to attend, Donations will be accepted, as this event is earmarked to help continue the PTO’s campaign of capital improvements to the school.

Christmas Decorations are wanted. If you have any old/unused/ready to trade out Christmas decorations, consider donating them to Appleton City PTO for their up-cycled Holiday booth at the 4th Annual Holiday Shopping Extravaganza during Christmas in the Country December 5. Donate by dropping off items at the elementary office or sending with your student now through November 30.  They appreciate any and all donations.

Appleton City High School will sponsor a drive through Senior Citizen Christmas Dinner December 9, 2020. With COVID precautions in place, ACHS wants to keep tradition alive for their annual Senior Citizen Christmas Dinner. Come through the circle drive to get a to-go traditional Christmas meal from the ACHS students. Meals will start being served at noon. Please RSVP to 660-476-2161 by November 27.

Plan to attend the upcoming Night Of Worship at the Osceola Assembly of God Church Sunday, November 8. Youth pastor Kenny Fergerson is inviting youth groups and individuals (parents are welcome to stay) from the surrounding area to join him and speaker Brad Keller as they bring a powerful, timely message to the youth. This will be a time of worship and revival. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. and a light meal will be served from 4:30 to 5:30, followed by the praise and worship team and speaker. Safely measures will be in place. Masks are optional. RSVP is not required but helpful in planning for meal preparation. You can email with an RSVP or questions, or call 417-309-0400.  The Osceola Assembly of God Church is located right off of 13 Highway, north of Osceola, just to the north of Osceola Cheese.