January 2018 School Board Recognition
Kansas Association of School Boards
The job of a school board member is tough, the hours are long and the thanks are few and far between.
It is all too easy to put off saying “thank you” to this group of individuals who work tirelessly on behalf of our children and grandchildren.
They spend countless hours preparing to make decisions, participating in meetings and attending school activities and events. The locally elected school board is deeply rooted in U.S. tradition, as is public education. Our state has a proud tradition of support for public education, in fact in 1966 the people of Kansas amended our state’s constitution to specifically call for local public schools that are maintained, be developed and operated by locally elected boards.
January 2018 is designated as “School Board Recognition Month,” and we encourage you take the time to express appreciation to these seven remarkable individuals.
John Wright 17 years of service
Dr. Pete Rosa’ 15 years of service
Jeff Brockhoff 3 years of service
Keith Erdley 1 year of service
Tom Simmer 3 years of service
Amy Kopp 3 years of service
Ian Scheutz 5 years of service
It is a great pleasure to announce that the November FFA Members of the Month are Alan Simpson and Kaysi Overdick. Both were chosen for their exceptional participation in FFA activities throughout the month of November. Simpson is the son of Stacy Barnes and Gary Beck and Shawn and Christina Simpson. Simpson is a junior. In FFA, he said, “I . . .
Elementary students presented to the Kansas Board of Education about the A+ Pilot program our school has been a part of. Four students showed real world examples & helped the Kansas State Board of Education get involved in hands on activities to see what it means to be an arts integrated school!
Senior Citizen Athletic Passes Annual Asbestos Statement Annual Notification of Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Lunch Program Regulations SECTION 504 TEXTCASTER REDHAWK ALERTS! Sponsored by Morrill & Janes Bank Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment: Regulation Jason Flatt Act: Suicides Prevention