Category: Schools

Walk this way…when you walk to school every day
Walk this way…when you walk to school every day

Walk this way…when you walk to school every day

MESWalktoschool.jpg   Students from Marion Elementary School participate in International Walk to School Day. About 75 children from Marion and Hillsboro elementary schools participated in the event, sponsored by Safe Kids Marion County. For the eighth year, volunteers walked children to school in order to demonstrate important safety behaviors. Students from MES participated in the event Oct. 3, and students […]

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HHS principal to step down after the current school year

Hillsboro High School principal Dale Honeck announced he will retire at the end of the current school year.

Consequently, the Board of Education for Unified School District 410 approved his resignation at its regular meeting Monday evening Oct. 8.

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Tabor’s Tona Leiker honored for work in nursing education

Tona L. Leiker, dean of the School of Adult & Graduate Studies and chair of the Nursing Department at Tabor College Wichita, has been recognized as one of the nation?s top scholars in nursing education.

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11 HHS students to join National Honor Society

Hillsboro High School will induct 11 students into the Trojan Chapter of the National Honor Society on Monday, Oct. 29.

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Harvard prof to speak on end-of-life issues
Harvard prof to speak on end-of-life issues

Harvard prof to speak on end-of-life issues

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Arthur J. Dyck will be the Learning in Retirement Program speaker Oct. 22

Arthur J. Dyck, a Harvard Divinity School professor and alumnus of Tabor College, will present ?Preserving Life?s Worth Within the Context of End-of-life Decisions? at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22.

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Tabor art prof wins ‘Best of Show’ at fiber focus exhibit in St. Louis
Tabor art prof wins ‘Best of Show’ at fiber focus exhibit in St. Louis

Tabor art prof wins ‘Best of Show’ at fiber focus exhibit in St. Louis

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LEFT: Shin-hee Chin?s ?Poom? fiber sculpture was the best of 325 works submitted for the St. Louis show from nine Midwest states. RIGHT: Shin-hee Chin: ?I feel this honor was an encouragement for me to continue to pursue my goal of making art to glorify (God?s name.?

Shin-hee Chin, assistant professor of art and graphic design at Tabor College, recently added to a growing list of personal accolades in the realm of contemporary art by winning ?Best of Show? at the Fiber Focus 2007 exhibit in St. Louis, Mo.

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Novelist to speak at TC 60+

Author Wilma Wall, who grew up in China, will present ?My Life, My Imagina?tion, and How God Used Them,? at the 60+ Learning in Retirement Program at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 15, in the Wohlgemuth Music Educa?tion Center at Tabor College. The public is invited to attend. Wall, who now lives in Reedley, Calif., also will discuss her return trip […]

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TC Homecoming weekend offers a variety of events
TC Homecoming weekend offers a variety of events

TC Homecoming weekend offers a variety of events

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Tabor College photo by Vance Frick. In this scene from ?Honk!? Ugly's Mother, played by Elise (Penrose) Hiebert, watches over her nest of four little ducklings played by (from left) Emily Hasty, Allison Isaac, Danae Warkentin, and Emily Dick. Rehearsals continue for the Tabor College production of the musical comedy based on the tale of the ugly duckling. Performances will take place Homecoming weekend, Oct. 18 to 21 in the Tabor College Chapel-Auditorium. Judy Harder, associate professor of communications and drama, is directing the show. Musical direction will be given by Holly Swartzendruber, assistant professor of vocal music. The instrumental conductor will be Brad Vogel, associate professor of choral music.

Alumni and friends of Tabor College are invited to the campus for food, fellowship and football during the Homecoming 2007 celebration Oct. 18-21 in Hills?boro and Wichita.

Events include a musical comedy, a golf tournament, class reunions and a football game against rival Bethel College.

A day-by-day schedule summary follows.

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Principal Honeck to retire

Hillsboro High School principal Dale Honeck announced he will retire at the end of the current school year. Consequently, the Board of Education for Unified School District 410 approved his resignation at its regular meeting Monday evening. ?We owe you a couple of thanks for a couple of big things you?ve done for us this year,? board president Rod Koons […]

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Passing royalty
Passing royalty

Passing royalty

OSDKingQueenP9293528.jpg Click to buy photo Marion High School homecoming queen and king, Tacy Taylor and Austin Hager, pass through the Old Settlers Day parade Satur?day in Marion. They were crowned the previous night.  

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