Kiowa County Junior High's Impact (leadership training) group features six different committees that are responsible for critical aspects of JH student life: Maverick Pride, Social Activities, Maverick Green Team, Fundraising, Character Crew, and Video Production. The Video Production committee, consisting of co-chairs Ashlind and Reid, and members Kaden, Koby, Tina, Makenna, James, and Katie all have video projects that . . .
Click on the photo to see all of the pictures from the Talent Show. Each year, the Elementary Impact students host the Betcha Didn't Know Talent Show. The show, held on December 17th at 1:00 this year, was intended to be a safe environment for kids to test out little known talents in front of a relatively small crowd. . . .
The 6th and 7th grade Band students have been learning about arranging songs this semester. So they took "Frosty the Snowman" and made it their own! We first incorporated body percussion and louds and quiets to make the song more interesting. After that, the kids used instruments around the room to create even more unique . . .
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 . . .
Are you looking for a few smaller Christmas gifts for your Maverick fan? Does your child often ask you for money to go to the concession stand at Maverick home games, and you are never quite sure if you really have enough cash? If you do have enough cash to give to your child, or spouse, to use at the concession, do you feel extremely . . .
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 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 . . .
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.