On the morning of January 19th, the Kiowa County Soil Conservation Poster winners were announced during an assembly in the Kiowa County Schools Auxiliary Gym. Students from all over Kiowa County were on hand for the announcement.
154 total posters were submitted by the students of Kiowa County. Click on the photo to the right to see all of the work of the grade division winners. The full results of the contest are posted below. Congratulations to all of the participants! You all did an outstanding job!
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 . . .
On the morning of January 16th, the Kiowa County Soil Conservation Poster winners were announced during an assembly in the Kiowa County Schools Varsity Gym. Students from all over Kiowa County were on hand for the announcement. . . .
The 4 th grade class, under the direction of Mrs. Amy Clements, spent the morning of April 25 th in a different kind of classroom. Mr. Robert Ellis volunteered to take all 4 th graders who reached their reading . . .
There will be a free developmental screening, for children from birth to the age of 5, at the Greensburg Mennonite Church on Thursday, March 9, 2017. Please refer to the flier below for all of the specific . . .
On the morning of January 17th, the Kiowa County Soil Conservation Poster winners were announced during an assembly in the Kiowa County Schools Auxiliary Gym. Students from all over Kiowa County were on hand for the announcement. . . .
Mrs. Brown's 5th grade students were challenged to create a collection tool that would enable them to collect "moon rocks". The tool was to be able to collect rocks weighing one pound, and to be able . . .
On Wednesday, April 6th, Kiowa County Schools hosted the SPIAA League Math Contest for grades 4th-8th. Due to the large number of students that this event draws, Kiowa County students had the day off so that all of the rooms in . . .
The beginning of school can be a stressful time for many families due to all of the expenses associated with getting a family ready for school. Enrollment fees, physicals, dental visits, and clothes that fit all take a toll on the . . .
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 . . .
January 29 is Kansas Day and this year, Kiowa County Elementary and Jr. High students were treated to a little piece of Kansas history. After the Greensburg tornado, Janice Haney, of Greensburg, wrote two books about the event. It's . . .
On Thursday, January 29th, the Kindergarten through 4th grade classes at Kiowa County Elementary School made a trip to the Kiowa County Historical Museum to learn a little more about Kansas on its 154th birthday. Katie Ritter, along . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
The K-5 students are beginning a new career exploration program called ccSpark. It is an online game for kids that teaches them about different careers in a make-believe online town. The premise of the game is that the student is . . .
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, . . .