2015 Junior High
District KMEA



Maudina Palmer
Sydney Kleinschmidt
Abby DeBois
Jaida McEwen
Abbey Auker
Sarah David
Olivia Carter
Emily Miller
Hannah Bailey


Congrats !!


3rd and 4th Grade Concert October 13 7:00 p.m.

The third and fourth grade will have their fall concert on Tuesday, October 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the East Campus Auditorium. They have worked hard to prepare this musical, "Three of a Kind".  All of the famous trios of our make-believe world will meet up on the same stage at the same time.
In our musical our favorite storybook characters will come alive through the cast members to reinforce the value of being a good listener!

Congratulations!



Kindness Award winners at EES for the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2nd
1-Hudson Lacy
2-Lilli Puga
4-Roman Hauser and Rylee Haresnape
5-Kayla Donahey and Clayton Sumner
6-Reilly Manning, Hailey Izzarelli and Cody Wagoner

Congratulations!


Congratulations to the following NJHS and EES students who have auditioned for and made it into the NW Kansas District Junior High Honor Band, which will rehearse and perform (3:30 pm Concert) at Hays High on Saturday, November 7th

Flute
Lexi Kats- 8th Grade (3rd Chair)
Shyanne Railsback- 8th Grade
Erin Davis- 8th Grade

Clarinet
Hannah Widener- 8th Grade
Allen Apuan- 8th Grade

Tenor Saxophone
Hayley Mordecai- 8th Grade (1st Chair)
Cody Wagoner- 6th Grade (2nd Chair)
Christien Hawks- 7th Grade

Trumpet
Emma Krehbiel- 8th Grade

French Horn
Lance Griffey- 8th Grade
Henry Boutwell- 8th Grade

Trombone
Tessa Hauser- 7th Grade
Reilly Manning- 6th Grade
Liberty Tallent- 8th Grade


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Congratulations!


Kindness Award winners at Eisenhower Elementary for the week of September 21-25th
K-Eden Vanderveer and Isabella Stewart
1-Courtney Boutwell
2-Rafael Ruiz and Graciana Kenney
3-Rylie Linner, Traxton Ragland, Jeffrey Fick and Austin Donahey
5-Charleigh Ambrose and Wyatt Galvan

Student All Stars at NJHS for the month of September are 7th grader Tessa Hauser and 8th grader Connor Hall

Homecoming October 2 Early Dismissal

USD 211 will dismiss school at 2:00 p.m. on October 2 for Homecoming activities. Buses will run at that time. This early release was not on the calendar. Please make arrangements for your student on this day. Once again we will dismiss at 2:00 pm on October 2 for Homecoming activities. 




September 4, 2015



We are finishing up the second week of classes with our students. Activities are underway in the junior high and high school. The junior high and high school students are adjusting to their new Chromebooks. It will take a little while to work out some of the kinks.

We want to congratulate Kayne Spooner for receiving a $3775 grant from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation for Sensor and Graphing Analysis Software for the Physics and Chemistry room. Also, congratulations are in order for Don Mordecai for being named Northwest Kansas Outstanding Junior High Music Teacher for 2015. Congratulations to both staff members!


Just a reminder that there will not be classes on Monday, September 7, as we celebrate Labor Day. We will resume classes on Tuesday, September 8.

We want to welcome everyone back to another school year! It should be a very exciting year. Classes are started and will be in full swing this week. Activities will soon be underway in the high school and junior high.

We are very excited about the building project at Eisenhower Elementary, the Junior High, and the High School. Planning is currently underway as our construction manager, Hutton Construction, begins to gather information and work with our architects. We are hoping to let bids this fall for major portions of the project. If we are lucky, we will then see some construction begin after the first of the year.

Although there will some inconveniences and delays, we will have facilities that are much improved over what we have had in the past. When the bond was approved we looked at security and safety as two major factors. This project will address those factors. We will also be doing some major remodeling at the Junior High and at Eisenhower. This work will greatly improve our facilities. We will be gaining much-needed classroom space and better organized and updated administrative areas.

Our faculty and staff are looking forward to a great year. We hope you are as well. If you have any questions please feel free to call us or stop by and visit us here at the district office. Have a great year!

Phil Wilson
Superintendent

USD 211

USD 211 LEARNING CENTER: NEW GRADUATES.



    The USD 211 Learning Center conducted their 2015 graduation ceremonies on  Wednesday, June 24.
     Being presented high school diplomas at this ceremony were: 
Deborah A. Brassfield and Dorothy J. Fessler
     The Learning Center is completing its 8th year of operation and Mrs. Brassfield and Miss Fessler were #26 & #27 to earn a USD 211 high school diploma through the USD 211 Learning Center.  
CONGRATULATIONS!

Change in Addresses

If you move this summer please let a school office or the USD Office know your new address.  Accurate addresses are needed so you will receive a postcard letting you know when enrollment packets are ready to be picked up and we certainly do not want to miss anyone!

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