|Nicole Ballard||McKelvie McMurry||Cambrey Ballard||Ashlind Gumpenberger|
|Mackenzie Kendall||Ashlin Oberle||Hannah Melton||Gage McDonald|
|Jenner Little||Mallory Powell|
|Kylee Morford||Regan Rhodes|
|Morgan Powell||Karson Ross|
|Joshua Cannon||Kiauna Behee||Antaeus Behee||Brandon Boyles|
|Frank Cuevas||Alexas Cecil||Savannah Fairchild||Lucy Jacks|
|Henry Cuevas||Jacob Chadd||Alex Friesen||Brooklyn Koger|
|James Little||Alisyn Davis||Braiden Merhoff||Seth Lingafelter|
|Tierra West||Isaiah Hohl||Brooke Oberle||Jenna Morford|
|Janessa Zenger||Sierra Lingafelter||Christen Osborn||Kellie Rhodes|
|Madison Moore||Reid Rhodes||Sabrina Thomas|
|Jacqueline Torres||Gavin Tuttle|
|Stephanie Gwin||Casey Erickson||John Gwin|
|Izraylia Nichols||Eli Francis||Ethan Shaffer|
|Madalyn Owens||Alexa Sarber|
|LaChelle Tuttle||Kalin Titus|
The following Kiowa County Junior High Students have been named to the 1st Semester Honor Roll for the 2016-2017 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 semester point average of 90% with no percentage lower than a 83% will be placed on the Principal's Honor Roll.
- Those students attaining minimum semester point average of 87% with no grade lower than an 80% will be placed on the Honorable Mention Honor Roll.
Congratulations to all of the students on their efforts in the classroom during the 1st Semester.
SUPERINTENDENT'S HONOR ROLL
|6th Grade||7th Grade||8th Grade|
|Brady Deterding||Tina Banman|
|Raygan Heft||Allison Kirby|
|Jace Merhoff||Kathryn Spainhour|
PRINCIPAL'S HONOR ROLL
|6th Grade||7th Grade||8th Grade|
|Liberty Gilkey||Bryson Brown||Nathaniel Enfield|
|Lucy Libby||Charleigh Friesen||Makenna Merhoff|
|Judy Redecop||Caydan Pore|
|Jennifer Taylor||Connor Pore|
|6th Grade||7th Grade||8th Grade|
|Blythe Campbell||Bo West|
The following videos were created by Westar Energy as part of the Imagine Kansas Short Film Series. The information presented below comes directly from the Westar Energy website. Enjoy the trailer, the two television ads for the film, and the full film as they discuss the rebuilding of our community.
After an EF5 tornado demolished Greensburg, Kansas, its future was uncertain. But the people of Greensburg decided to make their town even stronger, so they’re rebuilding it as a sustainable city. By meeting great adversity with even greater resolve, they breathed life into their town and their state. Westar Energy proudly stands with them and all of the other Kansans who seek a better future for our state.
This film is part of the #ImagineKansas Short Film Series presented by Westar Energy. Watch all the films at http://ImagineKansas.com
Filmmaker: RockHouse Motion, Geneseo - http://RockHouseMotion.com
Original music: Sam Billen, Lawrence - http://PrimaryColorMusic.com
Narrator: Jason Aldrich, Bonner Springs
Trailer for From The Town Up
Imagine Kansas Television Ad #1
Imagine Kansas Television Ad #2
From The Town Up Short Film
Congratulations to the following Kiowa County students for being selected to the 2017-2018 Kiowa County Junior High and High School cheer squads. Practices took place during the first week of March, and the tryouts took place on March . . .
Cheer Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Kiowa County Junior High and High School Cheer Squads will be taking place starting on Wednesday, March 1 and running through Tuesday, March 7. All Cheer Tryout Practices will take place in the Auxiliary . . .
The 2017 Kiowa County Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at the Gym in Haviland. 12 students from all over Kiowa County were on hand to participate. Raygan Heft, a Kiowa County 6th grader, came . . .
On January 24th, the Kiowa County local Spelling Bee was conducted in the Auxiliary gym at Kiowa County Schools. There were 30 participants in the 3rd-5th grade division and 14 participants in the 6th-8th grade division. The top 3 . . .
Winter Homecoming 2017 has arrived! Kiowa County Schools will be taking part in their Winter Homecoming festivities early in January this year. Events are planned for each day from Monday, Janaury 9 through Friday, Janaury . . .
Over the past few months, Kiowa County High School has been recognized for some of the outstanding coaches that we currently have working with our students. The following awards were received by our Track & Field and Cross Country . . .
The following school lunch information may have been left out of a few or our enrollment packets when they were mailed out in July. The "Letter to Household" found in the link below outlines how a family may qualify . . .
The 2016-2017 school year is just around the corner. As Students and Parents begin to prepare for the new year, here are a few important dates and some helpful information to keep in mind. ENROLLMENT Enrollment for the . . .
The 2016-2017 school year is just around the corner, and students that are interested in participating in sports during this school year will need to have a physical, and possibly a concussion form, completed before they can participate . . .
Kiowa County Schools will be offering a number 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 . . .
Washington, D.C. (May 10, 2016) — Character.org, a non-profit organization that supports the advancement of character development in schools, communities and workplaces across the U.S. and globally, today designated 67 schools and four . . .
January 29, 2016 - Greensburg, Kansas - Kiowa County Elementary School )KCES) and Kiowa County Jr. High (KCJH) are pleased to announce that Character.org, a national advocate and leader for the character education movement in . . .
The 2016 Kiowa County Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, February 3rd at the Gym in Haviland. 12 students from all over Kiowa County were on hand to participate. Gage McDonald came home the winner as he was able to out spell the . . .
Are you looking for a few smaller 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 . . .
On Wednesday, September 30, Kiowa County Elementary & Jr. High and Haviland Elementary & Jr. High Schools were treated to an appearance by KC Wolf, the mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs. KC Wolf hung out with the kids and . . .
Kiowa County Schools would like to congratulate the following Kiowa County citizens for being elected, or re-elected, to the USD 422 Kiowa County Board of Education. Thank you all for giving your time and support to the students of . . .
As of the end of March, Kiowa County Schools received notice that we have the top producing 50 kilowatt tower in the world. Just recently, the Kiowa County Schools tower, located just to the east of the football field, also topped the 1 . . .