On Saturday, April 18, Hiawatha High School Marketing class will be hosting a Color Splash Dash, a 5K Run! What is the Color Splash Dash? The Color Splash Dash...or Walk is a unique experience focused less on speed and more on crazy fun with friends and family. Registration will be from 7:00 am to 7:45 am, if you have not registered early. The race will start at 8:00 am from the high school parking lot and will end . . .
1 st grade students recently went on a field trip to Missouri Theater and the KQ2 News Station in St. Joseph, Missouri. While at the theater, students watched an excited performance of Tarzan. All eyes were glued to the stage as we watched the performance. We then went to the KQ2 News Station where students learned what . . .
Calculus class began their unit on optimization problems by building "Animal Pens" out of card stock and calculating the volume of each "Animal Pen" to determine which would produce the largest Pen. Animal Crackers (cookies) were used to fill the pens and determine how many "Animals" each pen would hold. After . . .
USD 415 is pleased to make available lifetime Senior Citizen Athletic Passes to all residents of the district who are sixty-five (65) years old or older. Stop by the Board of Education office (706 South 1 st Street) to acquire these passes which are effective for all Hiawatha home athletic events, excluding tournaments.
Song: Chassaposerwiko By: Greek Songs Dances & Rembet
Listen NOW!!!! I Believe in Second Chances I believe in second chances. You may not always want to give second chances, but second chances change people. A second chance is one of the hardest things you can do. But you’ve got to understand that everyone makes mistakes, and no one is perfect. Even I myself mess up. To give a second chance, you have to learn to forgive and let go. Throughout my life, people have given me second chances. For instance, a friend and I got in a fight over something stupid. She had told someone one of my secrets and had promised me she wouldn’t say anything, so I got really upset when she did and I didn’t talk to her. I could not be her friend. Later she kept apologizing to me a lot. But I couldn’t accept it. I lost all my trust. I was really angry. I didn’t want to talk to her for a while. but then I eventually realized I missed my best friend. I didn’t want to lose her as a friend, so I texted her and told her I missed her and we needed to talk and . . .
The Hiawatha FFA Chapter has announced the winners of its inaugural Harvest Photo Contest. The winning photo was submitted by Andy Morton of Wamego. The second and third place photos belonged to Amy Kopp, Fairview, and Debbie Fee, Hiawatha, respectively. The chapter hosted the contest to promote the importance of production agriculture in Kansas. The contest began in September and concluded on November 10 with the winners being announced on November 19. Participants’ pictures were showcased on the Hiawatha FFA Chapter’s Facebook page for the public to view. Contest . . .
For $42,000 you could buy a house, several nice used cars, or… a whole lot of sneakers. Recently, Hiawatha High School students were surveyed to see how much money they put into making their feet look sharp as can be. And some of the feedback proved to be very interesting. After adding up the numbers, $42,400 is the grand total that students spend on sneakers alone throughout their high school career. On average a HHS student . . .
Every PLC Wednesday brings excitement for students in Mrs. Pyle's kindergarten class and Mrs. Wheeler's second grade class. This is the third year for the partnership between the teachers. At the beginning of the year each kindergartner was partnered up with a second grader so everyone had a reading buddy. The second graders read with their kindergartner for 20 minutes and by the end of the year most kindergartners are able to read a story to their buddy!
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