Tag Archives: SCR-I

SCR-I Marching Band to Perform at 26th Annual Parade of Champions 

Marching band fans will have a chance to see over fifteen bands in action at the 26th Annual Parade of Champions parade and field show competition at Kahoka, on Saturday, October 7th. The competition, sponsored by the Clark County R-1 Fine Arts Boosters, will begin with the parade, starting at 2:00 p.m.  Thirteen bands including […]

Skyline Sinks SCR-I State Title Hopes With Defensive Dominance in 46-22 Defeat

Ask any of Scotland County’s regular season opponents who played the best defense they saw all year, and the answer likely would have been the Lady Tigers. None of those teams had Skyline on their schedule. Unfortunately for SCR-I, their path to a state championship had to cross with the #1 team in the state […]

U.S. Cellular’s ‘Community Connections’ Back for 3rd Year to Support Local Youth Organizations

  Program Provides Opportunity for Local Groups to Secure up to $1,000 in Funding U.S. Cellular announced on March 3rd that its “Community Connections” program is back for the third consecutive year to provide sponsorship support to local youth organizations. Since the program launched in 2015, the company has awarded nearly $900,000 in sponsorship dollars […]

Gragg Heading to California After Two Successful Seasons at Helm of SCR-I Football

There is no place like home, so for Scotland County Coach Mikel Gragg, an opportunity to get much closer to his roots ended up being too good of an opportunity to pass up. After posting the first seven win season at Scotland County in nearly 20 years, Gragg announced this week that he will be […]

Berkowitz Announces Resignation at September School Board Meeting

The Scotland County R-I Board of Education met in regular session on Thursday, September 8, 2016.  President Trinity Davis called the regular meeting to order at 6:30 p.m., with five members present.  Gary Miller and Sam Berkowitz were absent. The board reviewed the year-to-date financial statements.  Superintendent Ryan Bergeson indicated the financials are very comparable […]

Tigers’ Rally Comes Up Just Short in 22-16 Loss to Fayette

A last second comeback ended just inches short of a first down and only yards from a game-tying touchdown as Scotland County fell 22-16 in Fayette on Friday night. SCR-I saw the game slip away in the third period, which saw the Tigers manage just three plays on offense as the Hornets dominated the time […]

Scotland County R-I Junior-Senior High School Registration & Orientation 

Scotland County R-1 Junior-Senior High School registration will take place on August 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Students and parents are encouraged to attend registration to sign up for classes and have yearbook pictures taken. To reduce wait times, registration days have been divided up by class: Juniors and Seniors […]

Scotland County High School Class of 1966 Hosts 50-Year Reunion

The Scotland County High School Class of 1966 celebrated their 50 Year Reunion on July 2, 2016.  Pictured in the ack row (L to R) are Bill Triplett, Tom Fender, Harlan Kraus, Robert Wesely, Fritz Gerth, Larry Purvis, Dick Hyde, Nancy Mankopf, Becky (Cravens) Colvin, Stanley Mohr, Ronald Westhoff, George Koontz, Lannie Hale and Tom […]

Board of Education Approves 1.66% Pay Raise for Employees for 2016-17 School Year

The Scotland County R-I  Board of Education met in regular session on Thursday, June 9, 2016.  President Trinity Davis called the regular meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. with seven members present. Financial Update Year-to-date revenues for the district are $6,452,803.32.  Year-to-date expenses were $5,463,566.16; creating a surplus of $989,237.16 at the end of May, […]

SCR-I Applying for Cardinals care Grant for Ball Field Lighting

The Scotland County R-1 School District has recently applied for the Cardinals Care Grant to help offset the costs for lighting on the school ball fields.  The Cardinals Care Grant is the community foundation grant in direct affiliation of the St. Louis Cardinals.  Organizations are only allowed to apply and receive funding once a year. […]