Category: Schools

Recognized for service
Recognized for service

Recognized for service

USD410Service.jpg Click image to enlarge. During the USD 410 Board of Education?s Monday meeting, five staff members were honored for their service to the district and in the field of education. (Free Press photos by Aleen Ratzlaff)

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Uncertainty permeates post lawsuit board meeting

With a pending lawsuit over the bond election and the imminent transition of leadership, an aura of uncertainty seemed to permeate Monday evening?s meeting for Unified School District 410?s Board of Educa?tion.

The board voted to issue an 11-month contract to Doug Huxman to serve as superintendent beginning Aug. 1.

Because Superintendent Gordon Mohn will retire effective June 30, the board also approved a one-month contract for Dale Honeck in that capacity.

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Hillsboro High names students to honor rolls

Hillsboro High School has released its honor rolls for the second semester of the 2006-07 school year.

To be named to the high honor roll, a student needs a grade-point
average between 4.0 and 3.7. For those students at the high-school
level, an asterisk (*) denotes a 4.0 GPA.

To be named to the honor roll, a GPA of 3.69 to 3.2 is required.

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Marion schools release 4th-quarter honor rolls

Marion High School and Marion Middle School have released their
respective honor rolls for the fourth quarter of the 2006-07 school
year.

To be named to the high honor roll, a student needs a grade-point
average between 4.0 and 3.75. An asterisk (*) denotes a 4.0 GPA.

To be named to the regular honor roll, a GPA of 3.74 and 3.5 is required.

To be named to the honorable mention honor roll, students need a GPA between 3.49 and 3.0.

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Centre FFA brings home state awards
Centre FFA brings home state awards

Centre FFA brings home state awards

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Members of the Centre FFA team who attended the state convention in Manhattan were, from left, (back row) Kevin Mueller,Tye Remy, Alex Hajek, Nellie Hill, Andy Carlson, (front row) Kristine Jirak, Julie Rziha, Sammi Seifert, Dallas Rosenow, Nathan Barney and Shelby Deines.? Click image to enlarge

Centre FFA members celebrated another successful State Convention May 29-June 1 in Manhattan.

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Enns awarded Elks $600 scholarship
Enns awarded Elks $600 scholarship

Enns awarded Elks $600 scholarship

DarrenEnns127P.jpg Darren Enns has been named the recipient of the Kansas Elks Association Scholarship in the amount of $600. This scholarship is part of the Elks National Most Valuable Student program offered by the Elks Association. Darren is a 2007 Hillsboro High graduate and the son of Jim and Brenda Enns.

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Andrews receives Incentive Award
Andrews receives Incentive Award

Andrews receives Incentive Award

ANDREWS.jpg Lora Andrews, a 2007 graduate of Hillsboro High School, has received the Alpha Omega Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International?s Incentive Award for 2007. The $500 award is given to young women planning to major in education and attend a Kansas college. Andrews is the daughter of Gary and Sally Andrews. She plans to attend Kansas State University and […]

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Harder graduates from seminary
Harder graduates from seminary

Harder graduates from seminary

Ruth_Harder.jpg Ruth Harder graduated May 19 with a Master of Divinity degree from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Ind. Harder will begin in August as associate pastor at Bethel College Mennonite Church in North Newton. Harder earned a bachelor?s degree in social work from Bethel College in North Newton. She is a member of First Mennonite Church in Hillsboro […]

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HHS Students receive Scholarships
HHS Students receive Scholarships

HHS Students receive Scholarships

AshleyStoutP5161723.JPGAshley Stout, Hillsboro High senior, received the top scholarship of
$1,000 from Sunflower Bank of McPherson at the close of the bank?s
first Community Ambassadors program. Awards of $1,000, $500 and $250
were awarded based in part on a contemplative essay as well as academic
achievement throughout the year. Nine area students participated in the
program, which is designed to encourage young people to consider their
home town as a viable place to live and work after completing their
higher education. Pictured with Stout are Chet A. Lang, president of
Sunflower Bank at McPherson, and Angie Huggard, customer service
officer.
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Tabor to start community chorale in fall

A new sound will resonate from the Tabor College Music Department for the 2007-08 school year as a new mixed chorus, the Tabor College Community Chorale, takes the stage. Tabor students, campus faculty and staff, and interested Hillsboro community and Marion County residents will form the new group. ?I am aware of a number of adults who are experienced singers […]

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