Crossing the finish line in 18:38...Austin placed 41st for the Wildcats.. Congratulations Austin...
And he is off...Austin Moffet just started his race at State Cross Country..
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Here is a link to a video showing the programming work of several 6th grade students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDSCyEf3itU&feature=youtu.be
High school and middle school performing skits to send a message that drugs are very poor choice. Powerful …
The last winners for red ribbon week! Assembly to finish the week later today.
Congratulations to Evan McVey for finishing the Lexia Reading Program!
Thank you to all the parents for organizing and putting on wonderful Halloween parties for our students! They had a blast!
5th grade had a mystery Skype today with a 5th grade class from Indiana. The class worked together using map skills to locate the class by asking yes or no questions.
Thanks to our sponsors and everyone for a great National FFA Convention
The BOE Office had some tough visitors today! Thanks for stopping in! Everyone have a safe, warm, and happy Halloween!
Send off Friday at 3:15 PM for the State Cross Country Meet. Come on up to the YCHS and show support for Austin Moffet.
Congratulations to Maverick Eakin for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
Day two prize winners for red ribbon week! #drugsaredumb
Elementary & Middle School students are not to bring or wear costumes to school on Halloween.
Seventh Grade students toured the Kansas Capital today and many even ventured to the top.
Just a reminder that High School students are not to come to school in Halloween costumes. Those students in costumes will be sent home to change.
National FFA Convention
Congratulations to Quinlyn Yoho on moving to above grade level in Lexia Reading!