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
As we near the start of the 2019-2020 school year, the Kiowa County Fall Sports coaches have put together some early practice information for all of their potential athletes and their parents. Remember, the first day of practice is . . .
With the start date of the school year quickly approaching, it is important to make sure that your child has all of the necessary supplies ready to go for the first day. Below you will find a PDF of the approved school supply list for . . .
Kiowa County Schools will be offering a variety 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 . . .
February 25, 2019 Dear Parents: There has been an upswing in illnesses all across the area lately. The Kiowa County Health Department has issued the following letter dealing with the rise in Influenza cases in the area. . . .
In the fall of 2016, English Language Arts Teachers from across the South Plains Iroquois Activities Association (SPIAA) met at South Gray High School where the idea of hosting a SPIAA Big Read was developed. Harper Lee's To . . .
The Kiowa County Cheerleaders are currently selling Maverick Apparel as a fundraiser for the Cheer program. They will be taking orders until Thursday, November 1. Payment will be due at the time of your order, and checks . . .
Fall Homecoming 2018 has arrived! Kiowa County Schools will be taking part in their Fall Homecoming festivities late in September this year. Events are planned for each day from Monday, September 24 through Friday, . . .
The Kansas Department of Transportation has begun work on the overpass located East of Mullinville. For the foreseeable future, US 400 traffic will be routed to Bucklin via USD 54 and Highway 34. Please allow extra time . . .
Kiowa County Schools is currently accepting applications for a Junior High/Elementary Administrative Assistant position. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The link for the application can be found at . . .
The Kiowa County Health Department has scheduled an Immunization Clinic at Kiowa County Schools on Monday, October 29. Below you will find a letter outlining the registration process for the immunization clinic. All . . .
Kiowa County High School will maintain a semester honor roll for each semester. Students who fail to make up their incomplete assignments in the allotted time (five days after the semester) will not be eligible for the honor roll that . . .
The following Kiowa County Junior High Students have been named to the 2nd Semester Honor Roll for the 2018-2019 school year. The following criteria are used to determine if a student qualifies for the Honor Roll. Those . . .
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 in any practices. Both the physical and concussion . . .