The following videos were created by Westar Energy as part of the Imagine Kansas Short Film Series. The information presented below comes directly from the Westar Energy website. Enjoy the trailer, the two television ads for the film, and the full film as they discuss the rebuilding of our community. After an EF5 tornado demolished Greensburg, Kansas, its future was uncertain. But the people of . . .
On Monday, April 27, thirteen 5th grade Elementary Impact students addressed the USD 422 Board of Education with a formal proposal requesting a basketball court be added to the playground for the elementary school. After the presentation, Ki Gamble, USD 422 Board President, addressed the students and praised them for the quality and . . .
If you are a Kiowa County business owner who sees the value of character in the business world, take a look at this video. We would love for your business (or organization) to partner with us in fun, engaging, relevant ways through what you naturally do with your business. (This is not a funding drive, and you will not be asked to . . .
Kiowa County Schools would like to congratulate the following Kiowa County citizens for being elected, or re-elected, to the USD 422 Kiowa County Board of Education. Thank you all for giving your time and support to the students of Kiowa County. All of your efforts are grealty appreciated, and we look forward to continuing to work with all of you to make Kiowa County Schools an outstanding place to work and attend school. J Wynn Fleener Ki Gamble Paul Kendall Rosa Spainhour
Safe Kids Kiowa County is led by Kiowa County EMS, which provides dedicated and caring staff, operation support and other resources to assist in achieving our common goal: keeping your kids safe. Based on the needs of the community, this coalition implements evidence-based programs, such as car-seat checkups, safety workshops and sports clinics, that help parents and caregivers prevent childhood injuries. Safe Kids Kiowa County has partnered with the Kiowa County Media Center to produce a couple of videos to remind parents about the importance of being safe in the car. Below . . .
Below you will find a video that was created by the Digital Media class at Kiowa County High School. Not only is this an outstanding way to show you around our building, but it is also a great way to show you the kind of class work that is being completed at Kiowa County High School. Please feel free to contact the District Office if you have any specific questions about our building, or if you are interested in having a tour of the facility. Enjoy!
On Wednesday, April 8th Art Instructor Cheryl Richard made the trip to Hays with a group of her students to participate in the Annual High School Art Exhibition at Fort Hays State University. The students in attendance represented Kiowa County High School and Ms. Richard extremely well. Kiowa County students brought home a number of awards from the event. The following students received awards for Outstanding Work at the Exhibition. Olivia Dawson - Ceramic Wheel Thrown Bowl Samantha Gwin - Ceramic Hand Built Flower Samantha Gwin - Pencil Drawing, Direct . . .
Click on the following link to access the 2015-2016 Friends of Education Charitable Trust scholarship application. The application can be filled out on the computer, by using the Adobe Reader program, and then printed out to submit, or it can be printed out and then filled out by hand. The deadline for the FECT scholarship application is Thursday, March 5, 2015 . 2015-2016 FECT Scholarship Application
The Maverick staff provides us with some end of the season news on KCJH Basketball teams, the early success of the KCHS Forensics team, and some unique Prom invitations taking place this year. The Maverick Newsletter
Click on the photo at the top of the page to see additional photos of the Forensics students in action.
This video was produced and edited by Ashlind Gumpenberger, 7th grade, and he asked that very question of some of his classmates. He uses a mix of video footage from the SPIAA JH league basketball tournament and video footage from interviews conducted at Kiowa County Media Center. Utilizing another production choice, he also uses some still photos to showcase school spirit.
On January 30, the KCJH Character Crew committee from Impact and the Impact sponsor, Mrs. Headrick, visited the Sr. Center to socialize with the senior citizens there. Character Crew is one of 6 committees in Impact (a leadership organization for junior high students) that is devoted to character development, citizenship, and service. By visiting the seniors, the students feel like they are spending time and giving back to a group of people who have done so much for our communities over the years. While the students were there, they divided up into two groups. . . .
This month Stacy Barnes, with the 5.4.7 Art Center, is in the building working with the K-8 Students on clay projects. Initially, the students worked on creating their project, and now this month the students are working on painting their projects. Click on the photo gallery to the right to see the creation portion of the project from February. The photo gallery at the left of the page are from the painting portion of the project that took place in March.