On Monday, November 3, the KCJH student body participated in a community service project called Love KC . The event was organized by Impact's Maverick Green Team, chaired by Regan Rhodes (8th grader) and advised by faculty members David Cesmat and Brad Lingafelter. The idea originated as a post-Halloween community service activity to clean up Greensburg, but evolved into a county-wide event for both KCJH and Haviland . . .
Kiowa County High School Basketball will be in action at the 7th Annual Keady Classic Basketball Tournament in Larned the week of December 8 - December 13. The brackets have been set, and they can be found below for both the Girls and Boys. Contact the HS office if you have any questions about the upcoming tournament. . . .
On Wednesday, October 29th, Stacy Barnes, of the 5.4.7 Arts Center, made her monthly visit to the school to do art classes for the elementary students. In the absence of an art teacher for our elementary school, the 5.4.7 Arts Center partners with the school to provide art experiences for students. This month, the students are . . .
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 . . .
The Kiowa County High School Anatomy & Physiology Class, under the direction of Mrs. Tonya Greenleaf, received a $1,000 grant from the South Central Community Foundation. With the grant money, Mrs. Greenleaf was able to purchase a number of Anatomy in Clay Manikins for her class. The manikins give the students the . . .
Vision Statement JAG students and graduates are capable of extraordinary accomplishments once they realize the future relevance of what they are learning and will exceed expectations when challenged and stimulated. JAG graduates can and will change the world! Mission Statement To help students overcome barriers to . . .
Here is the first edition of the The Maverick for the 2014-2015 school year. Lots of good stories and great pictures! Make sure you take a few minutes and look it over. The Maverick - Homecoming Edition
On October 16th, the Kiowa County second graders visited the Gamble cornfield and were able to ride the combine. This is the eleventh year the second graders have had the opportunity to do this. After Kim and Ki presented a mini-lesson about corn, the second graders took turns riding the combines to see the corn being . . .
With input from 30 students ranging in age from 5th - 8th grade, the character education program will look a little different this year. We have adopted a character curriculum from a company called Core Essentials. They have age level specific curriculums for teachers with the following names: Seedlings . . .
On October 15th, the afternoon preschool class along with students in grades K-3 traveled to Bucklin to Jack Evan's pumpkin patch. Students picked out pumpkins that were used for activities in the classroom before taking them home to carve.