Category: Schools

Walking school bus revived for spring

\Come the arrival of spring, the walking school bus is now back on its route for Hillsboro Elementary School children. Principal Evan Yoder made the announcement at the March 12 regular meeting of USD 410 Board of Education. With the walking school bus, children walk to school with one or more adults who accompany them en route. The walking route […]

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Goessel board receives donation

The Goessel school board accepted a $1,000 donation from Countryside Feed in Hillsboro during its March 12 meeting with a special thank-you to Byron Noeth. The donation is specified for families who need assistance to pay for school lunches. John Fast, superintendent and elementary principal, said the district appreciates the donation from a local employer that benefits Goessel families with […]

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HHS to present ‘Robin Hood’

HHS to present ‘Robin Hood’

Robin Hood (Dakota Klein) and Little John ( Jaden Priest) rehearse the memorable showdown for domination from the story of “Robin Hood,” which will be the spring theatrical production at Hillsboro High School with performances Friday and Saturday. Hillsboro Middle High School will present “Robin Hood” as its theatrical production for spring this Friday and Saturday in the school auditorium. […]

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Tabor Arts to host organist and television host Diane Bish

Tabor Arts to host organist and television host Diane Bish

Appearance set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 in the Richert Auditorium, Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. Tabor Arts will host Diane Bish, organist and host of the international television series “The Joy of Music,” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 in the Richert Auditorium in the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. “We are incredibly fortunate to have […]

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Marion County spellers battle at state

Competing against the best spellers from 76 Kansas counties, Marion County qualifiers Abby Wesner and Logan Webster made it to the 13th round of the Sun­flower Regional Spelling Bee, sponsored by ITC, Sunflower Electric and the Kansas Press Association, Saturday, March 3, at Fort Hays State University. Ninety-five students from across Kansas were registered to compete in the oral spell […]

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Denholm named to All-Kansas Academic team honored through Phi Theta Kappa members

Denholm named to All-Kansas Academic team honored through Phi Theta Kappa members

Matthew Denholm, 2016 graduate of Hillsboro High School named to All-State Academic Team. Matthew Denholm has been named to the All-Kansas Academic Team for 2018. He was honored during the 23rd annual luncheon Feb. 15 in Topeka. Kansas is one of 38 states participating in the All-State Academic Team program. The State Academic Teams were introduced in 1994 as a […]

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Nursing student receives $5,000 scholarship

Lisa Shoop, a nursing student from Coffeyville has been awarded a $5,000 scholarship to help complete her degree. The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas Founda­tion Scholarship winner was chosen in January after an application process. “During her time in the RN-BSN program, Lisa has demonstrated the college’s mission through her work and service to teen moms, infants, children and […]

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Tabor, HHS to present collaborative concert

Tabor Arts will present the Tabor College Sym­phonic Band Collaborative Concert, featuring the Hillsboro High School wind ensemble, at 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, in the Richert Auditorium of the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. “We are excited to feature the Hillsboro High School wind ensemble and their director, Bruce Major, on this joint concert,” said Shawn Knopp, director […]

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Hillsboro High School vocalists perform with KMEA honor choirs

Hillsboro High School vocalists perform with KMEA honor choirs<

Hillsboro High School vocalists perform with KMEA honor choirs Four vocal students from Hillsboro High School were selected to sing with the Kansas Music Educators Association honor choirs that performed at Century II Concert Hall in Wichita in late February. LEFT PHOTO: Lynn Just, HHS vocal director, is pictured with freshmen Tristan Reed (left) and Carson Linnens, who were selected […]

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HES book fair set for March 7-14

The Hillsboro Elemen­tary School library will be hosting another Scholastic book fair along with Family Reading Night in early March. The book fair will be open from Wednesday, March 7, through Wednesday, March 14. The student shop day is Friday, March 9. Starting March 2, supporters can visit the school’s online book fair. Connect online from the above link found […]

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