October's almost over and our month of "individuality" is coming to a close, but here's a short video of October's KC Big 3 Bash. Congratulations to the 5th grade Impact kids for running another school assembly, for recognizing character that students show in our school, and for being leaders! Special thanks to Raygan and Carson for editing this video in iMovie!
At Kiowa County Elementary School, the character program is the foundation of a leadership program. Students spend time in PK through 4th grade learning about our core values of treating others right, making smart decisions, and . . .
For several years, Elementary Impact has been sponsoring an annual food drive for the local food bank, located next door to Care and Share on Main Street. This is a project used to practice our core value of treating others right. . . .
Mornings at Kiowa County Elementary School—that time after kids arrive but before they go to class—was unstructured. Kids had a specific area where they had to be, but often times they were making negative choices with their . . .
The 5th Annual Betcha Didn't Know Talent Show for K-5th grades will be taking place on Thursday, December 17th at the Twilight Theatre starting at 1:00 pm. Check out the intro video below for all of the details. . . .
This year, at Kiowa County Elementary, the KCES Impact students (5th graders) are hosting monthly assemblies at school to celebrate character. The KC Big 3 are treat others right, make smart decisions, and maximize your potential. . . .
On September 14, KCES Impact hosted the first KC Big 3 Bash (KCB3B). The KCB3B is a student assembly designed to celebrate positive character in the student body. The Elementary Impact students are responsible for hosting the . . .
6th Grade Recognized for Initiative in Elementary Impact Last year, during the spring semester of 2014-15 school year, the Elementary Impact group (consisting mostly of this year's 6th grade class) put together a presentation for the . . .
On Monday, April 27, thirteen 5th grade Elementary Impact students addressed the USD 422 Board of Education with a formal proposal requesting a basketball court be added to the playground for the elementary school. After the . . .