The Woodson School District Covid Report, for Tuesday, November 30, has been posted to the website. usd366.net
Congratulations to Rexlyn Crumrine for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
Congratulations to Wyatt Parkin for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
If you have a child in the PK3 or PK4 class or will have a child in one of those classes next year, please complete this survey. https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6614102/Woodson-County-USD-366-KPP-Needs-Assessment Thank you!
High School basketball starts on Friday, December 3 at Madison High School! Order of play for the evening: 5:00 PM - JV Boys followed by Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys. Following the JV Boys game there will be a 1/2 of a "C - Team" Boys game in the auxiliary gym.
Thank you Farm Bureau.
Thankful First Graders
Thank you Farm Bureau for paying for the feast and books for the first grade students.
Third graders in Mrs. Fountains class made balloon creations based on the book “Balloons over Broadway”
The STUCO canned food drive came to an end this week! The winner will be announced on Monday when we return to school! Thank you to everyone that donated!
The YCHS National Honor Society kicked off a school based SAFE program. SAFE - Seatbelts Are For Everyone. During lunch students were allowed to ride in the crash simulator. Thank you to the Woodson County Sheriff's department and Highway Patrol for helping make this happen!
Congratulations to Tevin Robbins for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
Congratulations to Kinzley Steele for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
Congratulations to Newt Parkin for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
High School Ag comprehensive class started arc welding today.
This information was received from Coffey Health System today. If you are interested visit their link @ http://www.coffeyhealth.org/covid-19/
This week the 8th graders in Miss Shaffer's Science classes made Rube Goldberg devices to show their understanding of energy and energy transfer. It took a few tries, but they got it all worked out.
Mrs. King's 7th grade Health classes dissected cow hearts yesterday and today. This will give them a better understanding of CPR when they start that topic after Thanksgiving break.