On Monday, October 20th, the Kiowa County Junior High Volleyball team took part in the SPIAA Junior High League Tournament in Minneola. The Lady Mavericks entered the tournament as the #3 seed and won matches over #6 Hodgeman County (25-16, 25-14), #2 South Gray (22-25, 25-16, 25-23) and #4 Spearville (25-22, 25-17) on the way to the championship. Congratulations to all of the players and coaches on winning the championship! . . .
It is hard to believe that we are already closing in on the end of the Fall Sports seasons. It seems like just yesterday we were starting practice. With the end of the season closing in, Kiowa County High School will be recognizing their Senior participants in home games this week. On Tuesday, October 21st, the Volleyball team will . . .
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 following community members make up the USD 422 Board of Education for the 2014-2015 school year. We greatly appreciate the time and effort that they put in to keeping the Kiowa County school system an outstanding place to work and attend school. Thank You! Darin Headrick Superintendent . . .
The following community members make up the 2014-2015 USD 474 Board of Education. The time and effort put forth by these members is greatly appreciated because it helps to create strong schools in USD 422 and USD 474. Thank you for all that you do for our students! Dr. Glen Davis . . .
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 . . .
Character programming at Kiowa County Elementary and Jr. High Schools focuses on three core values with emphasis on one new character trait each month. The core values are building blocks for good social behavior, responsible choices, and academic effort. They are called the KC Big 3 and are 1. Treat Others Right; 2. Make . . .
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 . . .