Category: Schools

Chess Guild wins 2-1A state title

Chess Guild wins 2-1A state title

>The Class 2-1A state champions from Hillsboro High School Chess Guild: (from left) Jacob Denholm, Abby Fryhover, Kayla Gunn and Jason Latham. The Hillsboro Chess Guild returned from Satur­day’s state tournament at Emporia as the Class 2-1A state champions. The high school team members were Jacob Den­holm, Abby Fryhover, Kayla Gunn and Jason Latham. Jacob placed 30th and Abby was […]

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For USD 410 A.D., success is a team game

For USD 410 A.D., success is a team game

Robert Rempel takes a short pause in his day as activities director for USD 410 middle and high school. The man working behind the scenes to coordinate athletics and school activities has been honored for his efforts, but credits the team that works with him. As activities director for USD 410, Robert Rempel has seen his share of big wins […]

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USD 410 board hears reports from building principals

The USD 410 Board of Education heard reports from its two building principals, Clint Corby from the middle/high school, and Evan Yoder from the elementary school, during its regular board meeting March 13. Corby updated the board on the Career Cruising program, including a recent timeframe adjustment for students to complete their activities. “What we did is set time frames […]

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Goessel school board hears of Project SEARCH program

The Goessel school board heard during its March 13 a report from David Sheppard, director of the Marion County Special Education Cooperative, about Project SEARCH, a program that seeks to develop employment skills among people with disabilities age 18 to 30. Goessel, Hillsboro, Pea­body-Burns, Marion and Centre schools are in the MCSEC. Sheppard described Project SEARCH as a year-long internship […]

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Hillsboro middle school releases third-quarter honors

Hillsboro Middle School has released the middle school honor roll for the third quarter of the 2016-17 school year. To qualify for “high honors,” a middle school student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.5; for “honors,” a GPA of 3.49-3.00. An asterisk (*) indicates a 4.0 average. Hillsboro High School releases an honor role for the high school at […]

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Goessel schools recognize third-quarter achievements

Goessel High/Junior High School has released its honor rolls for the third nine weeks of the 2016-17 school year. To qualify for “highest honors,” a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.75; for “high honors,” a GPA of 3.74-3.5; for “honors,” a GPA of 3.49-3.25. Goessel High School Highest honors Seniors: Trevor Beisel, Olivia Duerk­­sen, Jennifer Meysing, Lauren Rymill, […]

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Local student receives TC Presidential Scholarship

Local student receives TC Presidential Scholarship

Hillsboro High School senior receives the confirmation of her selection as one of three Presidential Leadership Program Scholarship winners. Also selected were Wyatt Bell from Cimarron and Noeli Saenz-Gallardo from Liberal. Madison Sheppard, a senior at Hillsboro High School, is one of three recipients of the 2017 Tabor College Presidential Leadership Program Scholarship. The other two incoming freshmen selected are […]

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Four-year scholarship sets the stage for senior

Four-year scholarship sets the stage for senior

Hillsboro High School senior Vance Klassen has accepted a four-year scholarship to join the prestigious musical theater program at Oklahoma Christian University this fall in Oklahoma City. “It’s a relief knowing where you’re going for the next four years,” he said, “but there’s definitely some challenging and exciting things coming up, for sure.” After years of developing and sharing his […]

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Ford named director of nursing program for Tabor in Wichita

Ford named director of nursing program for Tabor in Wichita

Staci Ford Staci Ford has been named director of nursing programs for Tabor College Wichita. Ford brings 20 years of experience in nursing and instruction to the position. Most recently Ford has been on faculty at Hesston College and has served as an adjunct professor for Tabor’s nursing program for the past year. Ford begins her new position in April. […]

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Canton-Galva names honor roll for third quarter

Canton-Galva High School and Middle School have released the honor rolls for the third nine weeks of the 2016-17 school year. To qualify for “distinguished honor roll,” a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.85 with no grade lower than a C; for “outstanding honor roll,” a GPA of 3.84-3.50 with no grade lower than a C; for “honor […]

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