Category: Schools

Tabor swim teams compete at two meets

The Tabor College women’s and men’s swim teams dropped a pair of meets to William Jewell College and Morningside College on Saturday in Missouri. William Jewell, a NCAA Division II team, defeated the Bluejay women, 190-54, and the men, 182-32. The Mustangs out of Sioux City, Iowa, swam past the Tabor women, 158-91, and the men, 177-33. The Bluejay women […]

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Marion Middle School recognizes academics for the second quarter

Marion Middle School has released its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2017-18 school year. To qualify for “high honors,” a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.8571; for “regular honors,” a GPA of 3.7143-3.50, and for “honorable mention,” a GPA of 3.4286-3.00. An asterisk (*) by a name indicates a 4.0 GPA. Marion Middle School Second […]

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HHS ‘Students of the Month’ for December

HHS ‘Students of the Month’ for December

Heidi Lee Ryder Heidi Lee RYDER, junior Daughter of Roger and Joyce Ryder, Heidi Lee Ryder participates in GAP and softball. Following her graduation from high school, she would like to go to the University of Kansas or Wichita State University and become a nurse. Caleb Rempel CALEB REMPEL, junior Caleb Rempel, the son of Robert and Sara Rempel, is […]

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HMS receives grant for ‘Healthy Habits’

Hillsboro Middle School has been awarded a grant of $945.95 as part of a funding opportunity provided by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas. In all, BCBS is sending $148,757 in “Healthy Habits for Life” grants to 65 Kansas counties. The grants will help school nurses, teachers and administrators fund programs or activities in 2018 aimed at helping children […]

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College News (January 24, 2018)

◼ Autumn Colgin of Can­ton was one of 114 Kansas Wes­leyan University students named to the Presi­dent’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. Full-time students with a semester grade-point average of at least 3.75, and no incompletes, are listed on the President’s Honor Roll at the end of each semester. ◼ Kristen D. Herzet, a biology from Marion, was among […]

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Goessel school board votes repair running track

The Goessel school board decided at its Jan. 8 meeting to repair its running track for a cost of $152,082. At last month’s meeting, the board had discussed the needs and various options with Brian Lightner, athletic director. Lightner showed pictures of cracks on the track and noted other issues. The track was built in 2003 with only a small […]

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Goessel students recognized for academics

Goessel High/Junior High School has released its honor rolls for the second nine weeks of the 2017-18 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: Jordan Griffin, Brittney Hiebert, Eden Hiebert, Lauren Hiebert, […]

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Hillsboro schools release latest honor rolls

Hillsboro Middle High School has released its honor rolls through the midway point of the school year. The high school honor roll is for the first semester of the 2017-18 school year. To qualify for “high honors,” a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.7; for “honors,” a GPA of 3.69-3.2. The middle school honor roll is for the […]

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College News (1-17-18)

◼ Autumn Colgin of Can­ton was one of 114 Kansas Wes­leyan University students named to the Presi­dent’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. Full-time students with a semester grade-point average of at least 3.75, and no incompletes, are listed on the President’s Honor Roll at the end of each semester. ◼ Kristen D. Herzet, a biology from Marion, was among […]

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Tabor releases

fall semester

Dean’s List

Tabor College has released the 2017 fall semester Dean’s List. The list includes 41 freshmen, 33 sophomores, 48 juniors, 54 seniors and one post-baccalaureate for a total of 177 students. In order to make the Dean’s List a student must earn between a 3.5 and a 4.0 grade-point average. Students earning a 3.85-4.00 GPA received highest honors: 20 freshmen, 16 […]

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