We were notified that a fiber line has been cut and we have no phones incoming or outgoing. Sorry for any inconveniences.
CH Teacher State Finalist for Presidential Mathematics Honor A Central Heights Elementary School teacher was named a 2018 state finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching during a special ceremony Monday at Exploration Place in Wichita, a Kansas State Department of Education official said. Sarah Rand was one of three finalists for mathematics. The other finalists are Angela Knapp, Pray-Woodman Elementary School, Maize, and Marcia Mueller, Bentley Primary School, Halstead. The state finalists for science are Monica Dreiling, Lincoln Elementary School, Hays USD 489; Betsy Lawrence, Eudora Middle School, Eudora USD 491; and Zerrin Oelze, McLean Science/Technology Magnet, Wichita USD 259. Elementary and secondary educators are recognized in alternating years. This year, elementary educators are being recognized. Kansas had 12 mathematics nominees and 13 science nominees. Nicky Harris, Ottawa Middle School, was a nominee for the award. The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching are the nation’s highest honor for mathematics and science teaching, an education official said. They are presented to educators who show a high degree of knowledge, innovation, skill and leadership. Each of the state finalists received a $500 cash award and advance to compete for a national finalist title. Two educators from each state, one in the area of mathematics and one in science, may be named national finalists. Each of the national finalists will receive a $10,000 award. The awards ceremony took place in conjunction with the Kansas Excellence in Math and Science Teaching Conference, a two-day event that took place Monday and Tuesday at Newman University in Wichita. More than 260 science and math educators from across Kansas attended the conference, which featured math and science presentations and workshops delivered by leading Kansas educators. The conference was sponsored by Westar Energy and Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation.
Boarded and ready! HF 18
State 4 by 800 team finishes 4th in 8:19.7. Stevenson, Cardin, Cannady, and Meyer! Congrats!
Caleb Meyer finishes in 9th place in the 3200 at state track with a time if 10:34.37
Click on the link to watch a video of Mr. Welch at 8th grade promotion! Mr. Welch will be greatly missed here at Central Heights. https://vimeo.com/271677240
Connor Burkdoll, fifth grader, receives the CHES Kansas Masonic Exemplary Student award from Mr. Shawn Cardin. "Conor always does his best. He is a positive role model. He helps his peers whenever asked. Connor participates in class every day. He has a positive attitude which he shares with everyone."
Mrs. Linda Horstick receives the CHES Kansas Masonic Exemplary Teacher award. "Mrs. Horstick has a passion for the teaching profession. She places focus on the growth of her students academically, socially, and behaviorally. She develops positive relationships with her students and never gives up on them. Her classroom management is amazing. She is a team player".
Third, Fourth, and Fifth Graders, The miniature horses from New Horizons Ranch, will be at school today! To participate you must have a signed permission form. There will be 15 minute rotations for Reading, Math, Character Skills, and Grooming. Remember to wear closed-toed shoes!
All results from regional track at Fredonia: http://results.midwesttiming.com/results/2018/Regional15/index.htm
Caleb Meyer is 3rd in the 3200. He will run at the state meet in Wichita next weekend.
Tyler Stevenson captures 4th place in the 1600 sending him to state in Wichita.
4 by 800 team: Cannady, Meyer, Cardin, and Stevenson win regional (8:29) sending them to state next weekend in Wichita.
Congratulations to Taryn Compton and Tony Detwiler who also broke some middle school track records. Taryn Compton broke the long jump record with a jump of 14'9" and Tony Detwiler broke the 200 meter with a time of 26.22 and the 400 meter with a time of 58.00. Congratulations to both of you!!
Central Heights Middle School Track team had a great season. They broke five school records plus Kaden Krone broke a Flint Hills League record. Below are the records that were broken this track season. Kaden Krone 7th grader broke the school and league record with the Long Jump of 17’10.25” Lily Meyer 8th grader broke the 800 meter with a time of 2:39.36 and the 3200 meter with a time of 12:49.71. Cameron Peel 8th grader broke the Shot Put record with a throw of 35’11.5” and the Discus record with a throw of 71’11” Congratulations to all of you. Keep up the great work!!
Central Heights Middle School competed at the Flint Hills League Track Meet on Tuesday, May 8 at Lyndon. The results are listed below. 7th Grade Girls Bailey Brockus – 4th in Long Jump and 200m Dash Carlee Johnson – 5th in 400m Dash AnneLeese Thao – 2nd in 100m Hurdles 4x100m relay – 2nd place 8th Grade Girls Taryn Compton – 2nd in 200m Dash and 4th in 100m hurdles Cameron Peel – 2nd in Shot Put, 5th in Discus and 200m Dash Addey Froggatte – 5th in Long Jump and 6th in Discus Alexis Haynes – 5th in High Jump Lily Meyer – 1st in 3200m Run and 2nd in 800m Run 4x100m Relay – 2nd place 7th Grade Boys Luke Brown – 5th in Discus Colton Caswell – 6th in 400m Dash Kaden Krone – 1st in Long Jump and 6th in High Jump Ethan Rowan – 4th in High Jump and 100m Hurdles 4x100m Relay – 4th place 8th Grade Boys Anthony Detwiler – 1st in 400m Dash and 200m Dash, 2nd in Long Jump, and 6th in High Jump Dominic Lopez – 5th in Shot Put and 6th in 200m Dash
Baseball wins game one in regional action from Wellsville 3-2 vs. Perry LeCompton
Parents of CHES Third, Fourth, and Fifth Graders, The permission page for participating with the horses from the New Horizon Ranch was omitted from your packet. It is being sent home today, so sorry for the inconvenience!
Final from CG is CH 4 and J-Linn 6
After 5 CH 4 J-Linn 5
After 4 from Regional softball, CH 4 and J-Linn 5
After three from CG, CH 4 J-Linn 3
Regional softball from CG has CH leading J-Linn 3-1 after two.
2018 FHL track results. Boys 4 by 800 relay team sets a new meet record. https://timerhub.com/get_web_index.php?page=blacksquirrelresults.com/LIVE/18FlintHillsLeague/
Boy’s 4 by 8 team; Stevenson, Cardin, Cannady, and Meyer are FHL champs.
Baseball’s game two is in the books. CH 6 Oz 3
Softball falls to Oz 16-2 in game two
Baseball falls to Oz 15-0 in game one.
Softball falls to Oz 4-0 in game one.
Click the link to watch Mrs. Lickteig's acceptance speech for the 2018 College of Education Outstanding Educator Award. Her speech is at the 10 minute mark. http://www.pittstate.tv/
5th grade DARE has been changed to tomorrow morning at 8:30. Officer Brooks will be here to hand out certificates and shirts. Thank you!
Baseball falls to WF in game two 17-16 in 8 innings
Tied with WF 15-15 going to the 8th inning
Softball drops the second game to WF 9-7
Baseball beats WF in game one 8-6
Softball drops the first game to WF 6-1
The Middle School League track meet will be at Lyndon on Tuesday, May 8. Field events will start at 10:30 a.m., the 3200 will begin at 11:30 and all othe running events will be at 12:30 p.m.
Complete results for how the teams did this year at State CDEs. Dairy Cattle Judging - 4th out of 45 teams Cass Burroughs - 5th Jayden Lee - 8th other members - Tyler Silvis and Faith Mildfelt Livestock Judging - 8th out of 73 teams Chad Hibdon - 6th Cheyenne Higbie - 39th other members - Matt Cubit and Damon Higbie Meats - 16th out of 40 teams Damon Higbie - 31st other members - Cheyenne Higbie, Hailee Riemer, and Kaitlyn Emert Floriculture - 17th out of 39 teams Kaitlyn Butler - 27th other members - Jayden Lee, Taylor Lisby, and Jessica Asbury Poultry - 32nd out of 50 teams Casey Rhoades, Jayden Lee, Hailee Riemer, and Cheyenne Higbie Vet Science - 49th out of 70 teams Damon Higbie - 38th other members - Taylor Lisby, Jessica Asbury, and Hailee Riemer
If you would like an early peek at the senior edition newsletter click on the link below. http://5il.co/3fhx
Central Heights will be having Cook Chiropractic at our school on Thursday, May 10 at 8:00 for sports physicals. If your child is participating in sports next year a physical is required. If you want Cook Chiropractic to do the physcial it is $20 dollars. If you pay by check please make it out to Cook Chiropractic.
Livestock Judging team places 7th at state FFA. Chad Hibdon was 6th overall.
Dairy Cattle judging team takes 4th at state FFA . Jayden was 8th and Cass was 5th.
Softball drops the 2nd game to Mission Valley 8-4
Baseball drops the second game to Mission Valley 8-3
Softball drops the first game to Mission Valley 8-3
Baseball drops the first game to Mission Valley 14-4.
Schedule for Spring Concert on the evening of May 2nd: 6:30-7:15 5-12 grades band performance in gym 7:15-7:45 Dessert Reception in Cafeteria (bring a dessert to share—can send to school with student or bring to cafeteria before concert) 7:45-8:05 Middle School Choir in Theater 8:10-8:40 High School Choir & Swing Group in Theater
Women’s ensemble receives a 2 at state music: Jumet, Bond, Hall, Morris, Bridges, Bridges, Asbury, & Gardner.
Congrats to Lilly Hall for a 2 rating for her vocal solo at state.
Congrats to Sophie Morris for her 2 rating for her vocal solo at state.
Congrats to Hannah Jumet for receiving a 2 for her vocal solo at state.
Congrats to our men’s quartet for a 1 rating at state. Barron, Cardin, Schroeder, & Gardner.
Congrats to Nicholas Schroeder for a 1 rating for vocal solo at state!
The Second and Fourth Grade Classes will have their Spring Concert on May 9 at 6:30 P.M. in the Little Theater.
The Fifth Grade Band and Vocal Concert is at 6:30 PM. on May 2, 2018 in the Big Gym followed by the Middle and High School Band and Vocal program.
Mr. Porter, Kansas Board of Education, addresses the entire Elementary. The 2017 third graders received the Challenge Award in Reading ( 1 of 10 third grade classrooms in Kansas) and Math ( 1 of 9 third grade classrooms in Kansas). The Challenge Award recognizes Kansas schools that are making a notable difference in student achievement despite facing significant challenges in their school population.
Baseball drops second game to Osage City 14-6.
Softball drops the second game to Osage City 11-0
Baseball drops a close one in game one to Osage City 4-3
Softball drops the first game to Osage City 14-6
We know you care about your kids…..and so do we. That is why we wanted to make sure you know to take advantage of a heart screening event that will be held at Central Heights School on May 21st. https://www.athletictestingsolutions.com/central-heights-offers-parents-a-new-way-to-keep-kids-safe/
Please join us as we say Thank you to these Educators for what they've done for our school and community. Retirement Reception for : Buddy Joe Welch, Tom Horstick, Linda Allen, and Linda Thurston Wednesday, May 23, 2018 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Central Heights High School Cafeteria
Softball drops the 2nd game 12-5
Softball wins game 1 on senior night vs. Lebo/Waverly
JV softball wins game two vs. MDCV 11-10
Basball wins game two vs. Lebo/Waverly20-5
Varsity baseball beats Lebo/Waverly in game one 12-2
JV softball drops the first game to MDCV 19-4
JV track at Osage City this week is on Tuesday not Wednesday.
Tyler Stevenson wins the 800 meters at the Rossville meet in a time of 2:08.
4 by 8 relay team (Meyer, Cannady, Stevenson, and Cardin) wins gold at Rossville.
Landon Compton is 1st in the 110 hurdles at Rossville :16.8
Baseball drops the second game to Neodesha 9-7
Softball drops the second game to Neodesha 17-5
Softball falls to Humbolt 18-3
Correction: Baseball lost to Humbolt 13-3, not softball.
Softball falls to Humbolt 13-3
Central Heights Middle School competed in a track meet at Anderson County Middle School yesterday. It was a great day to be a Viking with Cameron Peel breaking the middle school girls Shot Put record! She threw 35 feet 11.5 inches! All of our athletes participated well. Keep up the great work! The results are listed below. 8th grade girls took 1st place overall! 7th Grade Girls Bailey Brockus - 1st in Long Jump 3rd in 200m dash Carlee Johnson - 2nd in 400m dash AnneLeese Thao - 3rd in Long Jump 4x100m relay - 3rd place 8th Grade Girls Kaydance Bond - 1st in 400m Dash Taryn Compton - 1st in 200m Dash 1st in 100m Hurdles 1st in Long Jump Jenny Hale - 2nd in 400m Dash 3rd in 100m Hurdles Alexis Haynes - 2nd in Long Jump Lily Meyer - 1st in 800m Run 1st in 3200M Run Cameron Peel - 1st in Shot Put 1st in Discus 3rd in 200m Dash 4x100m relay - 1st place 7th Grade Boys Max Cannady - 3rd in Long Jump Kaden Krone - 1st in High Jump 1st in Long Jump Ethan Rowan - 3rd in 100m Hurdles 8th Grade Boys Anthony Detwiler - 1st in Long Jump 1st in 200m 1st in 400m Dash
Choir receives a 1 rating at state! Band receives a 2. Great job guys!
Central Heights USD 288 is excited to introduce the new principals. They will begin working officially for the district on July 1, 2018, but they will both be involved unofficially prior to that. Lucas Matile will be the Lead 6-12 Principal. He is a Central Heights Graduate, and is currently the High School Principal at Prairie View. Bob Risch will be the 6 -12 Assistant Principal. He will also be the Head High School Football Coach and will be in charge of the summer weights program. Bob is currently teaching and coaching in Garnett.
Track results for the Waverly meet at Burlington: http://ks.milesplit.com/meets/297669/results#.WtYA6VpOmhD
Baseball sweeps NH winning game two 15-14
Softball drops the second game to NH 10-5.
Baseball beats Northern Heights in the first game 11-4.
Softball lose the first game to Northern Heights 4-3
Central Heights is working with Jean Higbie to become a certified Trainer of Trainers for Red Cross First Aid and CPR. We are excited to work with Jean and The Red Cross on this project. This training will allow us to offer full First Aid and CPR certifications to many students, employees, and community patrons each year. As part of the process we are offering an opportunity for ANYONE IN THE COMMUNITY to take the Red Cross First Aid Adult Pediatric CPR & AED class on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 8:00 to 4:00. (Space is limited tp 12 participants, so respond as soon as possible.) The charge for this class will be $10. for anyone not a USD 288 employee. To enroll please contact Jean Higbee directly. Her phone number is 785-241-1688. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org You can also contact Alisha in the Health Office for information.
6th Grade Parents: Wednesday the 18th of April, all 6th grade students in Franklin County have been invited to the annual Earth Festival at the Fairgrounds in Ottawa. Your students need to be properly attired that day. We will go rain or shine. No flip flops allowed. Your student will need a sack lunch and something to drink. Water will not be provided by the Conservation District.
Kaydance Bond Will Be Published! The eighth graders wrote poetry about the eclipse this fall. Kaydance Bond submitted her poem to the Scholastic Publishing Student Poetry Contest. Scholastic Publishing selected Kaydance’s poem as a winner in the preliminary round. Her poem will be published in the 2017 Rising Stars Collection which is published by Appelley Publishing. A copy of this book will be available in our middle school library. We are very proud of Kaydance and her success. Eclipse Day by Kaydance Bond We came out from fifth hour, Middle school, high school, and all Middle school went towards the track By the fields where they play baseball We put on our glasses That blocked out the sun The teachers kept saying “Don’t take them off!” And for good reason The sixth grade went to the batting cages And the 7th grade went to the football field While we eighth graders were on the sidewalk Where we talked and laughed and revealed Everybody was eager to see the eclipse They kept on checking the sky But all they could see was the beginning Before some annoying clouds flew by Soon after it got darker We all knew what was happening The moon was in front of the sun But there was still clouds passing We checked more and more We all wanted to see What this wonderful experience Would really be After a while it got lighter And we all missed it Just because of some clouds That should have just split We got disappointed But it’s okay We saw the beginning And it was still a great day
Central Heights Middle School competed at a track meet yesterday in Iola. The results are listed below. 8th Grade Girls - 9th place overall Taryn Compton - 5th in 100m Hurdles and 8th in 200m Dash Lily Meyer - 1st in 800m Run and 3200m Run Cameron Peel - 6th in Discus 4x100m relay - 7th place (Taryn Compton, Lily Meyer, Cameron Peel, and Jenny Hale) 7th Grade Girls - 10th place overall Bailey Brockus - 3rd in Long Jump and 4th in 200m Dash AnneLeese Thao - 8th in 100m Hurdles 4x100m Relay - 2nd place (AnneLeese Thao, Erykah Haynes, Bailey Brockus, and Emma Cubit) 8th Grade Boys - 16th place overall Anthony Detwiler - 5th in 400m Dash and 8th in 100m Dash Dominic Lopez - 7th in Shot Put 7th Grade Boys - 8th place overall Luke Brown - 6th in Discus Kaden Krone - 1st in High Jump and 3rd in Long Jump Jessy Stalford - 4th in 3200m Run Ethan Rowan - 5th in 100m Hurdles 4x100m Relay - 7th place (Kaden Krone, Max Cannady, Carson Wood, Luke Brown)
Pleasonton Track results: Girls placed in 6th place as a team and the boys finished 3rd. Individual results: (top 3) Megan Speaks 3rd in the 100 and 200. Cyla Gardner 3rd in the discus and 2nd in the shot. Caleb Meyer 2nd in the 1600. Tyler Stevenson 3rd in the 1600. Alex Cannady 1st in the 3200. Kyle Cardin 2nd in the 3200. 4 by 800 relay team 1st. (Cardin, Meyer, Stevenson, and Cannady). Coyd Gardner 2nd in discus.
Softball drops game 1 to Chase County
Baseball beats Chase County in the first game tonight 15-9
Central Heights Elementary Kansas Assessment Schedule: April 10 & 11 ELA - 5th Grade April 12 & 13 Math - 5th Grade April 16 & 17 Science - 5th Grade April 16 & 17 ELA - 3rd Grade, 4th Grade April 18 & 19 Math - 3rd Grade, 4th Grade It is important students get a full night's rest before the testing date. Also, the morning of the test, students should have a healthy breakfast, whether at home or school. Let's do our best!
Girl’s ensemble a 2 (Shayla griffin, Sarenitty siefkas, Carrington Doud, Sam Ferris, Nikita d’Augereau, Tessa Evans, Cheyanne Burnett)
State Bound: All four soloists got a 1: Hannah Jumet, Nich Schroeder, Sophie Morris, and Lilly Hall-Stephens
State Bound: Men’s Quartet got a 1 (Kyle Cardin, Coyd Gardner, Nich Schroeder, and Miguel Barron)
State bound: Swing Group Women’s Ensemble got a 1 (Hannah Jumet, Lilly hall-Stephens, Phoenyx Bond, Jessica asbury, Morgan bridges, Madison bridges, Cyla Gardner, Sophie Morris, Darbie Lear)
BB/SB at Mission alley tonight has been re-scheduled for May 1st.
**** Public Viewing for High School General Biology Science Fair **** Monday (4/9) from 4:00PM to 6:00PM. High School Commons.
Due to the inclement weather forecasted for Friday into Saturday, we are canceling the softball clinic. Our goal is to find a day after high school practice to hold the clinic
Track at Osage City has been cancelled today.
Just a reminder to all of you, Spring Pictures will be taken tomorrow, April 3!
Track at Prairie View and baseball softball here are all cancelled today.
The Middle School track meet for tomorrow has been cancelled.
The Central Height’s invitational track meet has been cancelled today. Re-scheduling is TBD
Dear Parents/Patrons: As you know we are hosting a varsity track meet at Central Heights this Thursday. In past year we’ve always had high school students assist in running off our field events (high jump, long jump, triple, jump, shot put, javelin and discus). We’ve also had them be hurdle hustlers (move and adjust the hurdles depending on the races being run. For whatever reason(s) our students are not offering to help out as in years past. Therefore we are in DESPERATE need of help for the track meet on Thursday! The middle school coaches are trying to round up middle school students who might be able to help but if any of you would be willing to help out it would be greatly appreciated. I do not want to keep any of you from watching your child perform at their event(s). If you have a child who is running an event you would be able to go and watch him/her run. However if you have a child that is in a field event I could make sure you would work that event! The field events begin at 3PM so we would need helpers here at 2:45 if at all possible. If you are able to help please contact me via email (email@example.com) or text me at 785-550-7533.
Dance team tryout meeting and sign up on will be on April 6 at 8 a.m. in the tech cafe. The Clinic will be April 9th-11th at 6:30 a.m. Tryouts will be Wednesday night at 5:30 in the big gym.
Kindergarten Round-Up The traditional Round-Up is changing! There will be a Parent Information Night on May 10 at 6:00 P.M. The children may accompany their parents. There will be no screening/testing for the children at this time. The parents will give the ASQ-2 and ASQ-3 screening on August 1, 2018 during enrollment. The teachers will tell you more about this on May 10. There will NOT be Kindergarten Round-Up on April 6. Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten students will attend school April 6.
Code Gold ended the day in 25th place. Great job kids!
CG Robotics lost the 2 later matches of the morning. Currently in 23rd place. Final selections are after lunch.
Cold Gold Robotics have won 2 matches out of 2! Keep it up Team 938. Two more matches to go. Current overall rank is 16 out of 43 teams.
Code Gold Robotics ended on a high note with a robot that worked as it was designed to. FINALLY! Way to stick with it!!! 4 wins:4 losses.
Looking forward to the KESA accreditation Process today. We are the first Kansas school to under go year 5 accreditation!
Good morning Viking family. Yesterday Wednesday March 14 was one of my worst days i have ever experienced. Things simply did not go well, and i want to begin today by explaining part of what happened. I will begin with the first call you received from me. I wanted to let evryone know there was a threat, but we didn’t want details out while the officers were investigating, so I sent out the first call. This morning the situation is different. Interviews have been completed and the actual situation has been disclosed to many people, so I can reveal the threat and not interfere with the investigation. A message was written on the stall of the boys bathroom in the high school circle stating someone was going to shoot up the school the first day back from break. (That is not an exact quote, but that is the general idea.) The sheriff’s officers interviewed several people last evening and were still working on that when I tried to send out the second call. That second call was a disastor and i apologize for it. Technology is great when it works well and frustrating when it doesn’t! The system would not send out my recorded message for some reason. We were having our regular monthly board meeting and I tried to send the call at approximately 10:00 with my cell phone. A short time later we realized that none of us had received the call! From then on it was a mess trying to find a way to send out the call. I am sorry we had to use the electronic robo call voice, but that was all that would work. During the board meeting we experienced some very tense moments when a staff member became ill and we called the ambulance. (I would like to express a very special thank you to those of you with medical skills that helped handle that situation. You were fantastic.) That situation was quite emotional and changed our focus on things. Getting reports from the investigating officers and sending out the folliw up call were not our priority during that episode That brings us today. I am posting this message quite early and HOPE to send out a phone call around 6:30 to everyone explaining this same imformation. The plan is to have law enforcement at school today and on the first day back from Spring Break. I didn’treceive a call last night saying we had a confession or a suspect so i can understand there is a reluctance to send students to school today. None the less, we will be open and having school today. Abssences will be excused, but I hope to see students attending and teachers teaching. In short, I hope we have a great day at school today at Central Heights. Brian Spencer
It’s not to late to support the softball team. We are extending the sales of our fan gear to this Thursday March 15th. Thank you for your support! For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Code Gold Robotics at the end of qualifiction matches = 5:7. Please join us next weekend for the Greater KC Regionals.
Code Gold Robotics is 5:4.
Day 2 in tbe books for Code Gold Robotics. Finished 5:3. Ranked 19 out of 43 teams. 4 matches to go tomorrow. CODE GOLD PRIDE!!!
Code Gold is 4:2. 🤖🤖🤖
Code Gold is 3:1. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Code Gold match status = 2:1. Go Code Gold!!!
Congratulations to Luke Burkdoll for being a semifinalist in the National Geographic Bee. Luke will represent Central Heights on Friday, April 6 at Abilene.
Parent Feedback Needed Our school district is excited to share that we will be participating in a group application for a literacy grant. If funded, the programs, processes, and professional development that will be provided to our district will positively impact our students in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, and listening, beginning at birth and moving through 12th grade. We wanted to get some feedback from you about how you think our school district is doing with our current efforts in the area of literacy. As you respond to each of the 13 questions, please give us your honest opinion. All responses are anonymous and will be used to help the grant development team and our district improve what we do for students in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Your survey link is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5BYNLCK This survey closes on March 13. Thank you for time and feedback!
Read Across America at CHES, February 26 - March 2, 2018 Monday - No school, PT Conferences Tuesday - "And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street (1937). Students may wear their reading glasses. Wednesday - "I Can Read With My Eyes Shut" (1978). If you are seen reading today, you are a bookworm, and you will get a gummy worm. Thursday - "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish (1960). The Cat in the Hat will visit the classrooms and give students a rainbow fish treat. Friday - "The Five Hundred Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins" (1938). "Fox in Socks" (1965). Students may wear a hat and/or crazy socks.
Middle School track practice will start on Tuesday. Please make sure to bring appropriate clothes as we will be outside if we can.
Little girl cheer/dance clinic practice will be from 5:30-5:45 tonight in the high school cafeteria.
Avery Stalford wins his first match at state wrestling 17-15!
Good luck to Avery and Preston today at state wrestling in Hays!
CHES Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held Monday, February 26, 2018 from noon to 8 P.M. Directions to schedule your conference(s): Go to www.usd288.org Click on Menu in the top left corner Hover over Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences Click on the name of the teacher Click on the time Type in the required information Click I am not a robot Click Confirm Booking
This evenings 8th grade parent enrollment meeting will not be held tonight, but is moved to March 6th at 7 pm in the high school cafeteria.
Central Heights is accepting applications for Maintenance & Food Service positions. Please contact Terrie Titus @ 785-869-1012. Positions open until filled.(USD 288 is an equal opportunity employer.)
Buses will run and school will start two hours late today. (Wednesday, Feb 21)
Games vs. Lyndon are re-scheduled for Friday 2/23. JV games begin at 4:45.
No School Today. Sorry for the late notice.
Congratulations to seniors Brec Furst, Casey Rhoades and Zach Grabbe on a great senior year wrestling season career at Central Heights. You will be missed.
Congratulations to Avery Stalford and Preston Allen for punching their ticket to state wrestling in Hays next weekend.
Booster Club will be selling Walking Tacos Tuesday, February 20th during the basketball game!
Tonight at KCC basketball games. Our booster club is hosting a Taco Dinner tomorrow night from 5-7. It’s $5 a person if any of you parents or fans are interested. image1.png Josh Poteet
Congratulations to David Krone for taking 2nd place in the Franklin County Spelling Bee.
Middle School students enrolled in Project Wild this quarter created art projects using recycled materials. Students worked with partners or small groups to design and make their art. We had 5 guest judges who awarded prizes. First place was won by the team of Chrome McCleary and Taylor Chrisjohn. Second place was earned by the team of Trinity Funk, Azhaylah Lee-Allen, and Ana Williams. Third place was earned by Allie Barber and Lilee Herman. Mrs. Siegele is proud of all the students and their art work. The projects were the best yet!
Valentine's Day parties at CHES will be held on February 14 at 2:30 P.M.
Donuts with Dad is February 9 from 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM. Please stop by CHES, have a treat, and visit your child's classroom for a few minutes!
February 7th is the 100th Day of School at CHES. The student body and staff may dress as if they were a century old!
If you want an early look at the newsletter we have posted it to the website. We will start running it on Monday.
Congrats to our scholar’s bowl team on their 3rd place finish. Good luck at state!
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Needing some extra money? We are looking for Substitutes to work in the kitchen. The hours are perfect for those that have kids in school. Contact Tina Stillians at 785-869-3455 ext.1211
Get'em while you can! Support your Code Gold Robotics! LED Name Tags are currently on preorder until 1/22/18 for $25. Pick-up and FREE programming will be available during the Queen of Courts games. Limited quantity available on-site. Contact email@example.com for orders.
Bio. Engineering trying to build a structure capable of supporting a textbook for 10 seconds with only marshmallows and toothpicks.
The Central Heights School Board meeting has been changed to February 12, 2018.
How do you spell.... The CHES Spelling Bee was held Jan. 17 at 1:00 in the Little Theater. The champion speller was Jaley Ferguson (5th grade) , runner-up was Cooper Moore, (5th grade) and third place was Bryce Bones (5th grade) Congratulations! Jaley and Cooper will participate in the Franklin County Spelling Bee held at Central Heights on February 6 at 1:00 in the Little Theater or watched live on the CH Facebook page.
Flint Hills League Tournament games scheduled for tomorrow will be played on Wednesday.
Opening round of the Flint Hills Tourn. Vikings lead Osage City boys 12 to 6 at the of the first Qtr.
Good evening, I have been planning an update for everyone concerning the water, but I have held off waiting to assess the weather situation. It is time for a dual purpose message. First I will address the weather. Very cold temperatures with miserable winds tomorrow are a concern. Additionally, there are still some heating units at the school that haven’t been repaired following the broken pipes. Those two items are bad enough, but some very icy roads in the district have led me to join all the other schools in the area and cancel school for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16. The topic of the water continues to vex us. We have made some upgrades to the system, and we continue to monitor the water in hopes those changes and flushing will lead to consistent good test results. It appears it may be some time before the water is undoubtedly clear of elevated copper levels. We will continue to use bottled water for drinking until then. Again, no school tomorrow, and we are still having to drink bottled water. Stay warm, and we will hopefully see you Wednesday.
Middle school basketball scheduled for today will be played tomorrow. The location and times are the same as they would have been today.
No school today due to weather conditions.
The middle school spelling bee was held today at 1:00 in the little theater. All the contestants did well. Nash Cardell received 1st place, 2nd place went to David Krone, 3rd place was Bailey Brockus and our alternate is Kaydance Bond. The top three spellers will attend the Franklin County Spelling Bee on Tuesday, February 6th at Central Heights in the little theater at 1:00.
We have gotten through the first two days back from the break amazingly well. We seem to consume approximately 800 bottles of water per day here at Central Heights. That may be a trivia questions years from now, so make note of it. I am sending out this update at 4:30 on Tuesday not only to share about the water situation but also to remind all of you it is Pack the House Night, and PTA is having their Chili Feed and Silent Auction Fund Raiser. If you haven't made other arrangements come on out to the games against West Franklin this evening. (Don't worry, we have good water for you to drink while you are here.) We are hoping for a big crowd to help us flush the pipes this evening. After the games this evening, we will let the system set idle overnight, and then collect samples tomorrow morning prior to the students arriving. Hopefully the test results will be good and we will be back to regular operations by the end of the week. I greatly appreciate everyone's patience and support with this situation. A special thank you to Walmart Distribution for donating a pallet of gallon jugs of water, and to Orschelens's for giving us a discount and making Pick-Up easy on the 20 ounce bottles. Again, it is Pack the House Night vs. the West Franklin Falcons, come out and and enjoy the Viking atmosphere.
Central Heights Middle School held their class spelling bee’s today. The following students will be participating in the school spelling be on Wednesday, January 10 in the little theater at 1:00 p.m. 6th Grade Participants: Caden Newell Bailey Roehl Colton Caswell Nash Cardell Ethan Rowan Kennedy Thao - Alternate 7th-grade Participants Nicholas Schultze Trey Hamblin Jacey Clancey Ely Burroughs Bailey Brockus Alt - Luke Brown 8th-grade participants David Krone Tony Detwiler Kierstyn Blaufuss Kaydance Bond Hunter Butler Emma Loewen - Alternate
The School will not be having sack lunches we will have regularly prepared meals.
Unfortunately the water system did not get the “All Clear” I had hoped for following the testing on Saturday. We will continue to flush the system and search for the source of the elevated copper levels. However, We will have school tomorrow as scheduled. We will provide bottled water for drinking and consumption. Students don’t need to bring their own bottles of water, but they may if they want. Copper is on the list of secondary drinking water contaminants. It is not a toxic contaminant, but it can cause gastrointestinal problems. Additional testing has ruled out any other contamination and confirmed that we are dealing with a corrosion issue which is impacting the copper waterlines. We are working diligently with several agencies and experts. The levels are declining but remain elevated. We do feel that we are making progress on the solution but remain cautious. We can easily avoid drinking the water for a few days while the system is continuously flushed by non-drinking usage. Again, we are having School and all activities as scheduled tomorrow, Monday, January 8, 2018. We will provide alternative sources for consumption and students may bring their own water battles if they choose. Thank you for your patience as we continue to make safety a priority.
We have taken action to mitigate the copper levels in the water. These actions have led to good testing results, but we must continue to monitor and assess the situation. We must conduct and pass one more round of testing for final approval from KDHE to allow full use and occupancy of the building. The samples for this testing must be collected at least 8 hours after the system has been flushed. We also have to test several locations, and any activity in the system anywhere can invalidate the testing process. With that in mind, we are asking that everyone please stay out of the buildings over the weekend. There will be no Rec. Games on Saturday. If any teachers or employees have to come to the building for something please don't use any water. It is imperative that those doing the collections be allowed to draw samples that meet the requirements during the day on Saturday. I am planning on having school as scheduled on Monday. If for some reason the testing doesn't go as I anticipate, I will send a message out Sunday evening with details and instructions concerning school on Monday. If all goes as I anticipate, you won't hear from me, and we will have school on Monday. Have a great weekend.
Due to issues with the heating and plumbing systems there will be NO SCHOOL TOMORROW, Wednesday January 3, 2018. We regret any inconvenience this will cause families. (We are as ready to have your students back as you are to send them, but this frigid weather is causing great challenges.) We will send out an update tomorrow afternoon concerning the situation and how activities will be affected. The games tonight at Northern Heights are not affected. We will be playing. However, ALL YOUTH PRACTICES and other events being held at the school this evening are cancelled.
Dear 3rd, 4th, & 5th Grade Parents, Our Elementary Spelling Bee has been moved to January 9, 2018, at 1:00 pm in the theatre. I will post names of all participants after winter break. Thank you and hope to see you there! Mrs. Smith
High School Choir (with recent alumni guests)
Biddy Ball for Kindergarten through 2nd graders will be Saturday, December 16 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. in the little gym.
Final score Vikings 46 to 68 fallcto Osage City.
For some reason tweets arent going out. Catching you up to date: Osage City defeated the Lady Vikings 28 to 36. At halftime the Viking boys trsil 24 to 35.
Middle school girls fall to Chase County by two 15 to 17.
The CHES "Give-Back" project will go through December 15. Just bring in change to put in the two jars sitting on Mrs. Douglas' desk. There is a giving jar for pediatric cancer. The second jar is for Wreaths Across America (wreaths are put on the gravestones at Arlington Cemetery in Washington D.C.).
End of first quarter Iola leads the Vikings 17 to 4.
On the mat in Hoxie Avery Stalford and Zach Grabbe capture 2nd and Cass Burroughs takes 3rd
Vikings trail the Braves 38-16 end of 3rd
At the half Vikings trail Council Grove 27-8
Opening night tonight! Come support your Vikings tonight vs. Council Grove. Wrestlers are at Stockton.
Biddy ball practice will be tomorrow from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. in the little gym.
Dear 5th Grade Band Parents, Our winter band concert is on the calendar for Wednesday, December 6th at 7:00pm. The concert will begin with the 5th graders performing a song they started on their instruments and an arrangement of “Jingle Bells.” We look forward to having you and your families here to support their exciting progress on their first year! I’m truly proud of how far these students have progressed! The 5th grade band portion should not last longer than 15 minutes and then they are welcome to leave. I would like to encourage everyone to stay and listen to the other bands but I also know this is a busy time of year. The 5th graders will be followed by our small, 6th grade band, the junior high band and then our high school band.
Dear Second - Fifth Grade Parents, We, the Central Heights Boys Basketball team, would like to give your son or daughter the opportunity to be selected as a basketball manager for a home varsity basketball game during the 2017-18 season. I am asking for parent permission in advance of the selection process to avoid announcing a student who is not able to participate. The selection criteria would be based on positive behavior, academics, character, and most of all, PRIDE. Our CHES classroom teachers will choose one boy and one girl from each class, grades 2nd-5th for the week. I will select our winners the Friday before the week of our home varsity games. I will select one boy and one girl for each game that following week. Parents will be contacted by phone and given details of the student’s duties for the evening. The student will be under my supervision during the boy’s varsity game. If your son or daughter are selected, they will get a team warm-up shirt and be recognized during halftime of the boy’s varsity basketball game. I believe your student will love the experience of being a part of our team, and hopefully become a basketball player themselves! Head High School Boys Basketball Coach Tyler Oestreicher Permission slips went home Nov. 21 and need to be returned by Tuesday, November 28.
Congratulations Coach Prosser! You have been nominated as your classification Coach of the Year. This honor will be presented to you during the lunch time banquet at the Kansas Cross Country and Track & Field Coaches Association Clinic in Junction City on Saturday, January 6th. The information about the clinic can be found on the website www.kcctfca.org. If you can not attend the clinic, but can make the luncheon, we will provide your meal at no cost. If you would like to bring any extra family or friends there will be a $10 cost for their meal.
Today our 6-9 graders spent the morning listening to nine speakers for Career Exploration Day. This is part of the Career Cluster Model to give Middle School students the opportunity to listen and ask questions about different careers. The guest speakers were: Heathe Ball – Engineer; Cindi Dryden - Cosmetologist; Kenny Suffron - Suffron Glass; Todd Burroughs - Real Estate; Michael Clutter - Train Engineer; Calvin Pearson - Ottawa Cooperative/Farming; Gavin Holler - Jailer; Tyler Oestreicher - Masters Program and Jen Sharp - Pilot. If you are someone that would be interested in speaking next year please let us know.
Yes, there is HEROES (CHES Literacy Program) after school today, Nov. 21.
The second graders at CHES will present a Thanksgiving play on November 21 at 1:30 P.m. in the Little Theater. Please enter through the High School/District office.
There will be HEROES (CHES after school literacy program) on Monday and Tuesday, November 20 & 21.
Update on Code Gold: due to a technically and after judges review our allliance lost by 4 points. Keep your heads up Vikings! You did well!
Code Gode Robotics advances to the finals!!!!! Way to go Team 938!
Teams 3172 and 1108 invites Code Gold Robotics to the Semifinals. We proceed forward to a sudden-death match.
Code Gold Update: 5-4. Qualification matches are complete. Final ranking is 14th. The alliance selection in 10 minutes will determine if the team goes on to semifinals or are finished for the day. Viking Pride!
Code Gold: 4-4. One match to go!
Code Gold Update: successful match! Climb the rope for the first time. Way to go kids!!!!!! Current score 4-2. Three matches to go!
Code Gold Update: 3-2. 4 matches remaining. L-E-T-S-G-O!!!!!
Code Gold Robotics are now 2-2. Keep it up Vikings!!!!
Code Gold Robotics are 0-2. Let’s go Vikings!
Congratulations to our Scholar’s bowl team on their 3rd place finish last night. There was a 4 way tie for 1st!! They and 3 other schools finished 7-2. Team members were Olivia, Paige, Riley , Ryder, and Cass.
Congratulations to Mr. Cubit for writing a grant and receiving $2000 for our FFA chapter from Frontier Farm Credit! The money will be used to purchase portable livestock scales.
We want to invite all veterans to our assembly this Friday. Breakfast is at 8:15 with the assembly at 9:30.
USD 288 will be honoring area veterans with a breakfast and assembly on Friday, November 10, 2017. Breakfast will begin at 8:15 a.m. in the high school cafeteria. An assembly will follow at 9:30 a.m. in the Ike Cearfoss Gymnasium. Our keynote speaker will be Albert Keefer, retired educator, veteran of the U.S. Army, and member of the inaugural CHS Honor Flight. If you are a veteran, or know of one who would like to participate, please join us on Friday, November 10th. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the school at 785-869-3555.
No words can say how proud I am of these boys. They work their tails off almost every day of the week and when it's time to compete, they rise up to the challenge. The stakes could not have been any higher the past two weekends, but they kept finding ways to push themselves further than they (and their competition) probably ever though was possible. Of the seven runners on this State Runner-up squad, six of them ran their personal best on one of the hardest courses in Kansas. It should also be said that this group won Central Heights' first Boys Cross Country Regional Title since 1991 and equaled that team's Runner-up finish. 26 years has been a long wait, but for me, that wait makes this even more special. Merely saying 'thank you' or that we will miss seniors Kyle, Zack, Matthew and Coyd would be doing them a disservice; each of them brought something so important or unique to the program that they simply cannot be replaced. Caleb, Bryce, Tyler and Alex will need to step up as leaders while Jarod and the rest of the younger runners need to continue to grow. As the saying goes at Central Heights - Today is great day to be a Viking! Individual Statistics: 12th - Tyler Stevenson - 17:10 **individual medalist 20th - Kyle Cardin - 17:24 **individual medalist 26th - Alex Cannady - 17:48 33rd - Caleb Meyer - 17:54 56th - Jarod Crawford - 18:27 70th - Bryce Sommer - 18:52 95th - Zackrey Grabbe - 20:01 Photo (left to right) (back row): Mason McCurry, Jarod Crawford, Caleb Meyer, Alex Cannady, Bryce Sommer, Luke Cotter (front row): Head Coach Troy Prosser, Matthew Ashwill, Tyler Stevenson, Kyle Cardin, Zackrey Grabbe, Assistant Coach Tommi Compton Troy Prosser Central Heights Head Cross Country
Come out and meet the XC bus at 6:00 p.m.
Individual results from state XC today: Tyler Stevenson 12th, Kyle Cardin 20th, Alex Cannady 26th, Caleb Meyer 33rd, Jarod Crawford 56th, Bryce Sommer 70th, and Zach Grabbe 95th. Congrats on a 3A boys second place finish!
Congratulations to our boys cross country team! They capture 2nd place as a team with 104 points. They were 2 points behind Halstead. Congrats to the boys and coach Prosser!!
Having the full compliment of runners all in the same race for the first time this season couldn't have come at a better time. We have overcome a lot of adversity this year, but when it counted the most, these boys made a huge commitment to bring a title back to Central Heights! I'm genuinely pleased with they way they came together this last week. From the 6th graders up to the seniors, this is something that I hope we can continue to build on. Zack Grabbe, Kyle Cardin and Bryce Sommer had highly important roles today and displayed exceptional leadership this season. Having Jarod Crawford running a huge PR as a freshman as well as Tyler Stevenson, Caleb Meyer and Alex Cannady all turning in some of their best performances of the season were incredible to watch. Six runners in the top 19 usually brings considerable rewards and, on this occasion, these kids have earned another week together on the course headed to State! Boys team: 1st Individual results: 4th - Tyler Stevenson - 17:41 6th - Alex Cannady - 18:27 7th - Kyle Cardin - 18:32 8th - Caleb Meyer - 18:34 14th - Jarod Crawford - 18:54 19th - Bryce Sommer - 19:20 50th - Zackery Grabbe - 20:24 Full results from Black Squirrel Timing can be found at the following link: http://blacksquirrelresults.com/2017/XC/CentralHeightsRegXC.pdf
Central Heights boys cross country team are regional champions!! They run at the state meet held at Rimrock in Lawrence next Saturday at 12:55
Red Ribbon Week at CHES Oct. 23-26 See details under "news"
Remember, CH hosts regional cross country tomorrow. The girl’s race starts at 9:00 and the boys at 9:45
Volleyball plays Humbolt tomorrow afternoon at 2:00. This will be first round substate action from Wellsville
The final from CH football tonight is Central Heights 14 Osage City 55
There will be no Heroes (the Elementary after school literacy program) on October 23 and October 31.
Saturday’s regional Cross Country meet hosted by Central Heights will be starting 1 hour earlier than previously announced. The girl’s race will beging at 9:00 a.m. instead of 10:00. The boys race will follow at approximately 9:45. Please note the change in times! Come out and support our runners!
CHES is looking for a full time special education para-educator. Please call the district office for an application.
Today is school bus drivers appreciation day. Our bus drivers dedicate their time and effort to ensure our students are transported safely to and from school, and activities every day. Please take the time to thank them for their service. On another note, we are still looking for another bus driver, so if you have any interest come talk to us!
Central Heights Elementary has an opening for the position of Program Coordinator for the after school literacy program starting November 2, 2017. See the job description under "News".
CHES Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held October 19 and 23 from 4:00 - 8:00 P.M. Directions for scheduling a conference are given under "News".
Vikings win an exciting 3 set match to Lyndon 2-1. Council Grove is up next.
Volleyball drops the first match to Osage City at the FHL tournament. 10-25 and 10-25. Lyndon up next
Final from Central Heights CH 8 West Franklin 46
The competition in the Flint Hills League is very high quality. On the Middle School side, we had a lot of success this season and it came through once again with five of the seven middle schoolers placing in the top 10 of their respective races. Having five runners in the top 10 of the JV race as well also helps give us a good amount of confidence for the future. While the Varsity boys finished 3rd in the league for the second year in a row, we were without our top runner this season and are still trying to find the right combination as we head into the biggest meet of the season. We will be hosting a 3A Regional meet next Saturday which will once again include the top three teams from our League. The competition, however, will be even higher with the addition of some other solid programs so we must bring our best in order to keep the season going. Varsity Boys 5K 5th - Alex Cannady - 18:30 (medalist) 6th - Kyle Cardin - 18:31 (medalist) 14th - Bryce Sommer - 19:47 (medalist) 17th - Caleb Meyer - 19:55 30th - Zack Grabbe - 20:59 32nd - Jarod Crawford - 21:00 37th - David Craft 21:47 Varsity Boys Team Place: 3rd Middle School Girls 2 Mile (6th, 7th, 8th grade combined) 2nd - Lily Meyer - 13:41 (medalist) 5th - Taryn Compton - 14:02 (medalist) 6th - Emma Cubit - 14:50 (medalist) 26th - Chloe LaDuke - 18:27 35th - Lily Roll - 21:23 Middle School Girls Team Place: 1st Middle School Boys 2 Mile (6th, 7th, 8th grade combined) 6th - Max Cannady - 13:56 (medalist) 8th - Jessy Stalford - 14:47 Junior Varsity Boys 5K 1st - Mason McCurry - 20:37 2nd - Luke Cotter - 20:53 7th - Matthew Ashwill - 21:43 8th - Orvel Broce - 21:43 28th - Landen Compton - 26:14 29th - Ryder Roll - 27:03 32nd - Coyd Garnder - 32:34 Junior Varsity Girls 5K 5th - Mikaiah Wilson - 32:33 -- Troy Prosser Central Heights Head Cross Country
6th Hour General Biology singing "The Photosynthesis Song". Check them out! https://youtu.be/ff5PamC6sXE
2nd Hour General Biology singing "The Photosynthesis Song". Check them out! https://youtu.be/2HKcFUsSUJU
1st hour General Biology performing the "Photosynthesis Song". Check them out at https://youtu.be/YjWiBxGliOI
Volleyball loses a tough three set match to Metro Academy. They finish 1-3 on the day
Volleyball falls to NE Arma 0-2
At the Uniontown tournament Volleyball beats Crest 2-0 and drop the match to SCC 0-2. Up next is NE Arma
Central Heights cross country at Pleasanton: First, I would like to give recognition to Lily Meyer and Taryn Compton for finishing 1st and 2nd in the 8th grade 2 Mile for the 3rd week in a row. They are both on a really good roll right now heading into League this coming Thursday as well as Emma Cubit who finished 3rd in the 7th grade 2 Mile as a 6th grader. They show a lot of heart and their hard work keeps paying off. On the high school boys side, the both the JV and varsity groups are doing a nice job improving each week as well. I am pleased that we were only a few points behind one of the best teams in 4A and the #1 ranked team in 2A. The competition won't get any easier next week at the Flint Hills League meet, but it will be a good test to see what we still need to work on. 8th Grade Girls 1st - Lily Meyer - 13:06 (medalist) 2nd - Taryn Compton - 13:49 (medalist) 7th - Lily Roll - 19:57 7th Grade Girls 3rd - Emma Cubit - 14:04 (medalist) 15th - Chloe LaDuke - 17:04 7th Grade Boys 7th - Max Cannady - 14:26 10th - Jessy Stalford - 14:40 JV Boys 1st - Alex Cannady - 18:36 (medalist) 4th - Orvel Broce - 20:41 (medalist) 7th - Luke Cotter - 20:50 11th - Matthew Ashwill - 21:14 14th - Mason McCurry - 21:20 34th - Landen Compton 24:19 40th - Ryder Roll - 26:41 Varsity Boys 5th - Tyler Stevenson - 17:38 (medalist) 8th - Kyle Cardin - 18:03 (medalist) 17th - Bryce Sommer - 19:09 18th - Caleb Meyer - 19:10 19th - Jarod Crawford - 19:16 39th - Zack Grabbe - 20:07 41st - David Craft - 20:15-- Troy Prosser Central Heights Head Cross Country
Middle school cheerleaders.
Viking Middle Schhol football vs. North Lyon County.
Coyd Gardner representing 3A schools on the KSHSAA Student Advisory Committee.
Central Heights drops the second match 0-2 losing the second set 22-25
In the 2nd match vs. Lyndon CH drops the first set 20-25
Vikings drop set two to Lyndon 15-25
Vikings win the first set vs. Lyndon 25-19
Happy Birthday Mr. Horstick! https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwtumuwOpDaENXVpQUQtQjJjOGM/view?usp=sharing
We are accepting applications for route drivers. Positions are open until they are filled.
If you would like to check out the results of the middle school cross country meet yesterday please look at the news section of the website.
At the West Franklin tourney CH finishes the day at 1-2. They beat Lyndon in 2 and lost to AC in 2
Volleyball drops its first match today to Perry Lecompton 2-0
Final from last night was CH 17 Northern Heights 38
The final from Lyndon is 55-6 Lyndon
At the half CH trails Lyndon 49-0
Cross country results from Wellsville: 7th Grade Boys 2 Mile (125 runners) 8th - Max Cannady - 13:40 (medalist) 28th - Jessy Stalford - 14:57 7th Grade Girls 2 Mile (94 runners) 9th - Emma Cubit - 15:09 (medalist) 82nd - Chloe LaDuke - 20:32 8th Grade Girls 2 Mile (69 runners) 2nd - Lily Meyer - 13:48 (medalist) 6th - Taryn Compton - 14:35 (medalist) 60th - Lily Roll - 22:29 JV Girls 5K (57 runners) 45th - Mikaiah Wilson - 36:22 JV Boys 5K (77 runners) 1st - Caleb Meyer - 20:23 (medalist) 5th - David Craft - 21:06 (medalist) 8th - Luke Cotter - 21:35 (medalist) 73rd - Ryder Roll - 30:59 77th - Coyd Gardner - 35:51 Varsity Boys 5K (86 runners) 7th - Kyle Cardin - 18:20 (medalist) 18th - Tyler Stevenson - 19:03 (medalist) 36th - Bryce Sommer - 20:14 49th - Jarod Crawford - 20:35 67th - Orvel Broce - 21:32 68th - Zackery Grabbe - 21:48 --
Caleb Meyer wins the JV boys race with a time of 20:23.
Viking Strong Tees for sale. $16, +$2 for XXL and up. Order by 9/18/17. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByyamPqb_4DSSUtZVEhNUmltbm8/view?usp=sharing
Final from Eureka last night - CH 20 Eureaka 38
Check out the newsfeed to see the middle school cross country results.
JV football loses a close game to Mission Vally last night 12-6
C team volleyball beats West Franklin tonight 2-0 and 2-1
JV volleyball drops a pair of matches to West Franklin 2-0 and 2-0
Volleyball drops a pair to West Franklin 2-0 and 2-0
The Cross Country team will be volunteering at Prairie Paws Animal Shelter in Ottawa on Saturday, September 9th. The runners will be paired up with some of the dogs to go for a run, get the dogs some exercise and socialization, and hopefully, encourage others to volunteer or even adopt a new pet.
CELEBRATE GRANDPARENTS' DAY AT CENTRAL HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY! THERE IS A COME-and-GO RECEPTION FROM 1:00 - 3:00 P.M. ON SEPTEMBER 8. The children will be called from their classrooms to meet their grandparents in the Multi-Purpose Room.
MS Stuco: Kierstyn Blaufuss,Ely Burroughs,Nash Cardell,Jacey Clancy, Taryn Compton,Emma Cubit,Kaden Krone,Chrome McCleary,Lily Meyer,Lucas Patterson,Bailey Roehl,Nicholas Schultze,and AnneLeese Thao.
The Middle School cross-country team had a great meet yesterday. Check out the news feed on the website to see individual results.
The Middle School volleyball and football teams played great last night against Chase County. What a way to represent Central Heights. Keep up the hard work.
Tomorrow MS football game directions are: from HWY 50 in Strong City, turn left on Hwy 177(by a Catholic Church). Follow HWY 177 to Cottonwood, turn left past the Casey's you will see a parking lot.
The middle school volleyball game tomorrow will be at 410 Palmer in Strong City.
Junior class PARENT meeting this Friday (August 25, 2017) at 6:00 PM at the Football Field Bleachers. Come if you can!
Attention all 'Dads' of Central Heights Elementary Students! WATCH D.O.G.S. KICK-OFF August 29, 2017 - 6:00 P.M. in the Multi-Purpose Room
Shrek cast has been announced! Check out the News Feed, Twitter, or Facebook for a full list.