District Shout Outs · To Becky Spencer for being a joy to work with ~ "rain or shine!" · Shout out to Lesa Rau and Tasha Steele for all the work they did planning out Homecoming Week. The games and activities were a big hit with the kids. · Shout out to the High School cooks for all the work they did with the lucky tray days. It was fun seeing the kids get excited about the prizes. · Thanks to Town Hall for letting us use their facilities for our Homecoming events. · Thanks to Dan and John for cooking hamburgers and hot dogs for lunch on Friday. · Hannah Turner, a great job working with students with your outdoor grid! · A huge Thank you to Mike McCullough and Cindi Hoag for all your help during lunchtime games for homecoming. · Thank you to Karen for being you - you are very much needed and appreciated! · Thank you to Toni and Amy for everything they do to keep the building running smoothly. You are appreciated more than words can say! · Appreciate the South School Food Service individuals who go out of their way every day to take care of the students and staff! · Shout to Linda Evans and Keri King for the variety of activities, they do with the students of the school district. A lot of good things going on in these classes! · A big shout out to the parents of students at the south school. The arrival/departure process is working wonderfully! Thanks for all your help! · Congratulations to Shelly Davis, for the food service grant, she received for a new cooler/freezer for the high school. The grant from KSDE was for $38,620! · A HUGE BOO-YA goes out to Sheila Proper for her substitute coverage of Mrs. Jacobs' classes. · Thanks to all the staff for doing what is needed to cover students when short substitutes!
A HUGE Thank You to Mike McCullough for constructing & installing the framework & plexiglass shields in the Elementary School Office!! They blend perfectly!
Middle school students practicing football skills of passing, punting and hiking outside today.
First grade enjoyed October Art with Kathe. Their art will be on display at GNB Bank this month.
Congratulations to Noah Stoll for moving above grade level in Lexia Reading!
Student Immunizations-According to Kansas regulations all students must have immunizations up to date to remain in school. The Woodson School District has established the first Monday of November, November 2nd for students to be in compliance. Students not in compliance on November 2nd will not be allowed to attend school. Students needing immunizations should have already notified, with a final notice being ready to send out. Please check with your local doctor or with county health should your child need the required immunizations.
Mrs. Brilke's class enjoyed a birthday celebration!! Happy Birthday, Kristen!!
The Woodson School District would like to thank the Atmos Energy Corporation for their donation to the elementary reading program by helping with the purchase of new headphones and audio cables for our students!
Fall Homecoming Candidates Madelyn Proper & Easton Reynolds
Fall Homecoming Candidates Liberty Cavender & Alec Berthot
Fall Homecoming Candidates Jasmine Schlotterbeck & Austin Moffet
Fall Homecoming Candidates Hannah Vining & Kaden Petit
Fall Homecoming Candidates Anna Westerman & Taven Smoot
Homecoming on Friday, October 9. The annual parade is scheduled for 2:00 PM and will start from Town Hall. Lunch and class activities will be held at Town Hall starting at noon. The crowing of the King and Queen will be held at half time of the football contest. A dance will be held at the stadium following the game. This dance is only for Yates Center High School students. No out of town or non USD #366 High School students will be allowed to attend.
2020 Wildcat Fall Royalty
Food bank, every Saturday in October!! Today approximately 3:00, by the YC Pharmacy and YC Branch Bank. 60 boxes of fresh produce, dairy, and meat. The first 20 get 1 gal of milk. Stay in your car, they'll bring you a box.
Wildcats lose on the road in a high scoring affair vs Cedarvale 54-70
The health department announces availability of flu shots for Woodson County.
October 2 - County Health is reporting five active cases of COVID-19 in Woodson County. The Woodson School District will remain in its yellow phase for the week of October 5, 2020. Remember, if you want your students to remain in school, have them wear a mask. This is the surest way they can stay in school should a case of COVID occur in one of the buildings. Stay safe this weekend!
Congratulations to Hazel Standridge for moving above grade level in Lexia reading!