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Kiowa County Schools Summer Sports Camp Information

Kiowa County Schools will be offering a variety of sports camp opportunities for Junior High and High School athletes over the summer.  Below you will find a list of downloadable forms/fliers for the various camps being offered.  Not all of the camps will be offered during the same time period, so make sure that you are familiar with the dates of the camp that you are interested in.  After looking over the information, . . .

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2018 State Track & Field Qualifiers

A large number of Kiowa County High School students qualified to attend the KSHSAA State Track & Field Championships at Wichita State University on May 25 and 26.  The KCHS Girls qualified 14 girls in 10 events, and the KCHS Boys qualified 9 boys in 6 events.  The following list of students will be competing in Wichita over the weekend.  Events listed with an asterisk (*) after them signify an event that will have . . .

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Maverick Forensics Take 3rd at State Champs!

On May 5, the KCHS Forensics team competed in two state events, the 2A State Championship Tournament at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School and the All-class State Forensics Festival at Wichita East High School.   Fielding a full entry of 16 events at State Champs, KCHS held onto third place out of 38 total schools for the entirety of the tournament before officially placing third in final Team Sweepstakes. Ellis took . . .

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Maverick Greeter Program

Kiowa County Schools would like to offer a BIG thank you to all of our volunteer morning greeters this year! This program was started by Mrs. Fillmore and her 3rd Grade class.  The idea was to have volunteers come to the school each morning and welcome the students.  This program helped to create a warm atmosphere for all of the students entering the buliding.  Thank you Max Seacat, Alyssa Brown, Morgan Allison, Gina . . .

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KCHS 2017-18 Second Semester Honor Roll

Kiowa County High School will maintain a semester honor roll for each semester. Students who fail to make up their incomplete’s in the allotted time (five days after the semester) will not be eligible for the honor roll that semester. Special circumstances will be taken into account by the principal, counselor, and teacher.   In order for a student to be on the superintendent's honor roll, he/she must earn a . . .

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KCJH 2017-18 Second Semester Honor Roll

The following Kiowa County Junior High Students have been named to the 2nd Semester Honor Roll for the 2017-2018 school year.  The following criteria are used to determine if a student qualifies for the Honor Roll. Those students receiving a minimum semester percentage point average of 96% with no percentage lower than a 90% will be placed on the Superintendent's Honor Roll. Those students attaining a minimum . . .

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KCHS State Music Results

Kiowa County High School students took part in the 2A State Music Festival on Saturday, April 28 in Salina.  A number of Kiowa County students participated in both Vocal and Instrumental music.  The students under the direction of Claire Mullender, Instrumental, and Kim Stewart, Vocal, did an outstanding job.  Results for the Kiowa County students can be found below.   Instrumental Music Camden . . .

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KCHS Students Compete at the FHSU Tech Fair

On April 27, 2018, Kiowa County High School loaded up the trailers with Industrial Arts projects and made the trip to Fort Hays State University for their annual Western Kansas Technology Education Fair.  Once again, Mr. Kern's students did an outstanding job on their projects and brought home a number of awards from the event.  The full results of the Tech Fair can be found below.  Be sure to scroll to the bottom of . . .

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KCHS Wins SPIAA League Forensics

Kiowa County High School participated in the SPIAA League Forensics meet on Wednesday, March 28.  Kiowa County came away with the League title for the first time since the mid-1990's.  According to KCHS Forensics Coach Kim McMurry, "We've taken second place to Hodgeman County for the past decade, if not longer, so it was nice to finally come out on top."  The Forensics students took 16 of their 20 entries . . .

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4th-8th SPIAA League Math Contest

On Wednesday, April 4, 4th-8th grade students from Kiowa County traveled to Fowler to take part in the SPIAA 4th-8th Grade Math Contest.  Students take timed tests in the areas of Mental Math, Geometry, and Problem Solving.  Each grade can send three students to participate in the event.  The Kiowa County students did an outstanding job and brought home several medals.  Below you can find photos of the students that . . .

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