Written by Aleen Ratzlaff Tuesday, 09 April 2013 13:00Fifth-grade artist Callie Arnold attended Monday’s USD 410 Board of Education meeting to share her experience winning the Kansas State Arbor Day Poster Contest.
“It expressed my artistic ability,” Callie said about her poster, titled “Trees are terrific and Kansas forests are too.”
Science teacher Rod Just said each year he has students create posters for the contest, adding this year was his first to have first-place winner since teaching at Hillsboro Elementary...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:11
Hillsboro High School senior Josh Richert signed a letter of intent last week to run cross country and track at Tabor College in 2013-14. Seated with him are his parents, Phyllis and Ed Richert. Standing are (from left) Dennis Boldt, Hillsboro track coach; Dan Swaney, Tabor cross-country coach; Dave Kroeker, Tabor track coach; and Stuart Holmes, Hillsboro cross-country coach.
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:04REECE BERENS, freshman
Parents: Greg and Michele Berens
Extra-curricular: TSA, Scholars Bowl, forensics, football manager, basketball filmer, baseball stats.
Hobbies/interests: Xbox, reading, watching “CIS.”
Future: I want to attend college and major in computer engineering.
BRYCE ROBERTS, senior
Parents: Rickey and Sonya Roberts
Extra-curricular: Hillsboro United Methodist Church (youth group, work in technology booth on Sundays, serve on Worship, Technology and Staff Parish committees), South Cottonwood 4-H Club (12-year member), HHS FFA for four years (treasurer), and South Central District FFA (secretary).
Hobbies/interests: Part-time job at Barkman Land & Cattle, working on the farm (family sheep...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:03The Tabor College theater department will present “The Crucible” under the direction of Judy Harder April 11-13.
The shows will begin at 7:30 p.m. each evening in the lab theater located in the basement of the Lorenz Administration Building.
Arthur Miller’s acclaimed “The Crucible” is the story of ordinary people caught up in a universal tragedy. Set in the context of the 17th century, the play follows the witch trials of Salem, Mass., a town torn apart by fear, vengeance and hysteria. In the midst of the chaos, John Proctor, a common farmer, faces his flaws and failures and struggles toward personal integrity.
On one level, “The Crucible” is about politics and the way history repeats itself, according to Harder. On...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Friday, 29 March 2013 14:45Goessel musicians in state groups
Goessel high school and junior high musicians were selected through audition for statewide honor groups this year.
Five Goessel High School students performed in Kansas Music Educators Association ensembles at Century II in Wichita. Pictured are: (from left), Ben Wiens, band/clarinet; Erin Brubaker, band/clarinet; Reece Hiebert, band/bass clarinet; Grant Flaming, orchestra/trumpet; Tyler Schulz, choir/bass.
These students were selected for the Kansas Choral Directors Association Treble Honor Choir: back row (from left), Riley Jarvis, Tiana Base, Jennifer Meysing, Lauren Hiebert, Stephany Meyer; front row, Shelbi Stultz, Autumn Strecker, Christopher Strecker, Julianna...
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