No School tomorrow, Wednesday February 20. There will be school on Monday, April 22. This is the Monday after Easter break. We will let you know about other Make-up days when they are scheduled.
Final score Vikings 37 Tigers 28
1:18 remaining. Vikings ball out of the timeout leading 33-25
5:39 left the Vikings lead is 15
At the end of three Vikings 26 Tigers 12
The second quarter was a defensive battle. Score at the half CH 17 Lyndon 6
At the end of the first quarter boys lead Lyndon 13-6
Girls fall to Lyndon 24-34
CHES Parents, Have you signed up for Parent-Teacher Conferences? Conferences are this coming Monday, February 25 from 10 AM - 6 PM. Our goal is 100% participation!
Girls trail the Tigers 10-22 at the half.
Elementary Parents, Coach Ryan Sloth Iowa children’s author and former Iowa State University and Iowa Barnstormers football player is coming to our school March 7th! If you are planning to order a shirt or book please do so by February 27th. Click the link below to order! Please make checks payable to Central Heights. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgeIsAH81JXlGNwlhooEJdCiey64XZ6qZkMaHpqK1u6_l0Sg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
Due to winter weather forecasted for tomorrow evening game times have been moved forward. Girls varsity will begin at 4:00 and boys varsity to follow. No JV/C-team games will be played.
Do you have a child who will be 4 years old before September 1? CHES is signing up Pre-Kindergarten students for the 2019-20 school year. Please call 785/869/3355 x 1301 for further information.
The JV boys basketball game at Waverly scheduled today has been cancelled due to road conditions.
Anderson dropped his first match of the day and finished his season with a 2-2 record at regionals. Great job of representing the Vikings this year!
No school today, Friday February 15th 2019, for Central Heights USD 288. Stay home, stay warm, stay safe! See everyone on Tuesday!
A big shout out to our fans tonight! As the school principal I am incredibly proud of the support and encouragement for our athletes!
Final score CH 60 AC 53
CH 59 AC 53 28.4 left AC ball coming out
CH 58 AC 53 28.4 left
30.4 left CH at the line for a 1 and 1 followed by technical foul free throws leading by one
51.4 left CH ball out of the timeout CH leads 54-50
AC ball coming out of a timeout CH 52 AC 48 1:43 left in the game
6:21 left time out CH, CH ball with a 5 point lead
A great third quarter for the Vikings, CH 44 AC 41 headed to the fourth quarter
Boys trail AC 25-30 at the half
At the end of the first quarter of the varsity boys game Vikings 14 Bulldogs 20
Girls fall to Anderson County
Girls score at the half. Vikings 13 Bulldogs 31
Girls trail AC 2-18 at the end of first quarter
JV boys lead Anderson County 44-20 at the half
Final results for varsity teams tonight, girls lose, boys win vs Waverly
The FFA Staff Breakfast planned for Monday, February 11 is postponed. We will work to reschedule it next week.
Congratulations to Devin Anderson on 3rd place and Cass Burroughs 4th place at Chase County Wrestling today!
No school tomorrow. The risk on the icy roads combined with the wind and cold temperatures is too great. Be safe please.
We have been given notice of some official Road Closings in the district due to the poor road conditions. Because of this, as well as the condition of the parking lots and sidewalks at the school, there are to be no activities at the school today. This includes all Rec and community events as well as school groups.
Due to the forecast for tomorrow we are cancelling school tomorrow Thursday, February 7. Be safe and stay warm.
CHES Fourth Grade Parents, You should have received a letter in the mail explaining the NAEP (National Assessment of Academic Progress) testing taking place on February 12. Each fourth grader will be tested in either math or reading. Also known as The Nation’s Report Card, NAEP has provided important information about how students are performing academically since 1969. Results are reported for groups of students with similar characteristics (e.g., gender, race and ethnicity, school location), not individual students. Students just need to give us their best effort on the NAEP on February 12! If you have any questions, please call Mrs. Collins.
All CH candidates are eliminated after Round 5. Three finalists remain.
One speller from another school tried for a championship word, but misspelled "morgue." Nash is back in.
Nash is the lone CH representative for Round 4. Seven candidates total.
Arabella and Ridge both were eliminated in Round 2. Luke and Nash continue to Round 3.
Carson was eliminated on a tough word (homonym). All other Central Heights Country Spelling Bee participants made it through Round 1.
The junior class is selling Candy Grams for Valentine’s Day! Check out the form below for details on placing an order. A printer friendly version can be found at the following link: https://5il.co/6fpv
Celebrating 100 days of school at CHES Students and staff had fun dressing as though they were 100 years old! Staff members randomly picked students from their class lists and made contact with parents. We hope you enjoyed hearing the positive contributions your child makes to CHES. The staff exceeded their goal of 100 parent contacts! Thanks to all parents who share their children with us each and every day!
The Vikings win 73-34 over Marmaton Valley with a dominant second half!
At the end of the first quarter is the Vikings 17 Wildcats 12
Girls top Marmaton Valley 53-28. Great job ladies!
42-64 CHHS Boys Basketball falls to Osawatomie.
The 8th grade enrollment meeting scheduled for February 21st at 7:00 PM is being postponed and we will let you know when it has been rescheduled.
Spirit Week Thursday- celebrity look alike day Friday- Blue and gold day
100th day of school will now be celebrated on Friday.
Due to school being cancelled today, the Middle School Quiz Bowl practice will be held tomorrow (Thursday) after school until 4:30.
Due to anticipated extremely cold temperatures there will be no school in Central Heights tomorrow.
These writers were presented a medal and cash award for their essays at the MLK Day celebration on January 20 at the Ottawa Memorial Auditorium. Back row (Aracely Crump - 5th grade, first place; Ben Wuertz - 3rd grade, third place; Reece Swartley - 5th grade, third place. Front row (Dalainy Coble - 3rd grade, second place; Cruz Duran - 3rd grade, fourth place; George Chuber - 2nd grade, third place; Austyn Ferman - 2nd grade, first place The first place winners, Aracely and Austyn read their essays to the audience. The guest speaker for the event was the president of Ottawa University, Dr. Reggies Wenyika.
Vikings win! Final score 42-41
They missed both! Coffman at the line for 1 and 1
4.8 seconds left Jayhawk at the line for two
14.2 seconds left, Jayhawk Linn ball. Vikings 42 Jayhawk Linn 41
4:23 left to play Vikings 42, Jayhawk Linn 37
The Vikings head to the fourth quarter with a 38-32 lead over Jayhawk Linn
The Vikings keep the momentum going and hold a 28-19 lead at the half.
The Vikings climb out of a 5-11 hole in the final three minutes of the first quarter to take a 16-13 lead into the second quarter.
Girls fall to Jayhawk Linn 25-37
A tough third quarter is complete and the Vikings find themselves behind 17-23 headed to the fourth
Headed to halftime the girls are tied 13 all with Jayhawk Linn
JV boys beat Jayhawk Linn 56-20. Great job guys!
Varsity girls trail Jayhawk Linn 5-7 at the end of the first quarter
No school at Central Heights tomorrow! Be careful tomorrow.
5.7 seconds left. MV ball coming out of the timeout. CH 51 MV 48
CH 49, MV 48, :31 left, CH ball coming out of the timeout
:37 left 2pt game MV at the line for two
1:09 left 49-47 CH ball on the line
A strong start to the quarter. CH 45 MV 41, 3:35 left to play CH ball coming out of the timeout
At the end of the third quarter Central Heights 39, Mission Valley 41
At the half, Central Heights 24, Mission Valley 22
CH leads Mission Valley 11-9 at the end of the first quarter
Girls trail West Franklin 7-16 at the half
The middle school JV boys basketball tournament scheduled for this Saturday has been rescheduled for next Saturday, January 26th.
The Reading Igloo in the Elementary Library is almost complete! We have enough jugs now, but we are still needing lids. So, save those lids and send them to school. Thanks! Picture of it completed will be posted soon!
CHHS Girls Basketball falls to Mission Valley 44-35. The Lady Vikings will play West Franklin tomorrow at 12:00 in the 7th place game.
CHHS Girls Basketball trail 30-24 going into the 4th quarter against Mission Valley.
CHHS Girls Basketball trail 21-13 at the half.
CHHS Girls Basketball trailing 8-5 at the end of the 1st quarter in the Flint Hills League Tournament against Mission Valley.
CHMS Boys win 36-26 over Council Grove to earn 5th place in the Flint Hills League Junior Tournament. Great Job!!!
Middle school boys lead at the half against Council Grove by the score of 19-6
CHMS Girls Basketball falls 24-10 this afternoon. They finish 6th in the Flint Hills Junior League Tournament.
Middle school girls basketball down 14-5 at halftime to West Franklin.
CH ladies fall to Northern Heights and will play Thursday evening at 6PM
The Lady Vikings trail Northern Heights 8-37 at the half.
Here is a copy of the interview with KCTV5 about the English 10 classes writing letters to Patrick Mahomes about not assimilating to the expectations he holds for himself and NFL players about eating ketchup on his steak and his mac and cheese. https://www.facebook.com/cortney.kinyon/posts/2452287568131853?comment_id=2452336281460315¬if_id=1547224627370533¬if_t=feed_comment
Final score Vikings 51, Chase County 39. Next game for Central Heights is Friday at 4:30.
3:48 left Vikings 44 Bulldogs 34
Low scoring third quarter. Headed to the forth Vikings lead the Bulldogs 37-27
At the half Vikings 30, Bulldogs 22
At the end of the first quarter or the first round matchup vs Chase County, the Viking men lead 16-14
Please join us for breakfast Saturday, February 9th from 6:30 to 9:30 AM at the Lane Community Center for pancakes, sausage, french toast, and biscuits and gravy. All proceeds go towards the Honor Flight program for veterans. This is sponsored by Pottawatomie Ruritans.
The bus trip tomorrow to the KU KSU women’s basketball game I has been cancelled.
The League Muddle School basketball tournament at Osage City scheduled or tomorrow has been postponed until Wednesday. We will post times when they are available.
Middle school boys basketball beats West Franklin in the 2nd round of the FHJL basketball tournament 43-19They will play at 10:15 on Saturday
Middle school girls basketball beat Northern Heights in the 2nd round of the FHJL basketball tournament. 19-15 and will play at 9:00 am on Saturday at OsageCity
Middle school boys basketball lose in the opening round of the FHJL tournament to Mission Valley 28-13Will play Thursday at 7:45
Middle school boys basketball down 12-4 at halftime to Mission Valley
Middle school girls lose in the opening round of the FHJL basketball tournament to Mission Valley 31-14.They will play Thursday at 6:30.
CHHS Wrestling results today at Burlington. VanLieden 0-3 Burroughs 1-3 Anderson 3-2 (7th Place)
Viking Boys win 61-51 over Chase County!!!!
Viking Boys BBall up 44-35 heading into the 4th quarter.
CHHS Boys Basketball leading Chase County 33-27 at halftime.
Central Heights Girls fall to Chase County.
Central Heights Boys Basketball ahead of Chase County 20-12 at the end of the 1st.
Central Heights Girls headed into the 4th quarter down to Chase County.
CHHS Var. Girls Basketball down 25-9 at halftime to Chase County.
Have you marked your calendars yet? The Central Heights Middle School Spelling Bee is Tuesday, January 8th, in the theater! It's definitely the place BEE!! 🐝
Varsity middle school boys basketball beats North Lyon County
Varsity girls middle school basketball lose to North Lyon County
Jv girls middle school basketball lose vs North Lyon County
Jv boys and C team boys middle school basketball teams win vs North Lyon County
Middle school boys basketball varsity beats Council Grove 33-12
Girls varsity middle school girls varsity basketball lose to Council Grove
CH falls to Mission Valley 29-32
3:47 left tied at 27
To start the forth quarter we are all knotted up at 22
The boys lead Mission Valley at halftime 20-15
Boys lead Mission Valley 12-8 after one quarter of play
Central Heights girls fell to Mission Valley
7:20 to play in the 4th quarter CH 26 MV 31
The Varsity girls trail Mission Valley 9-12 at the end of the first quarter.
Middle school girls basketball wins 13-10 against Osage City.
The middle school basketball teams will have a make up game on December 18th at Central Heights starting at 4:30.
The Vikings take a 38-29 lead into the start of the forth quarter
Varsity boys basketball up 24-13 at half against Northern Heights.
Varsity boys lead the Wildcats at home at the end of the first quarter 13-6
Varsity girls fall to Northern Heights
BB update vs Northern Heights: JV boys won in OT, JV girls lost, Varsity girls trail 8-25 at the half.
Varsity middle school boys lose at Mission Valley 36-18
Middle school girls varsity basketball lose at Mission Valley 41-29
Middle school boys and girls jv basketball teams lose at Mission Valley
Reminder: Today is the last day for the 2018 CHHS Block the Door Food Drive. Don’t forget forget your donation!
Middle school boys jv basketball wins vs West Franklin in the FHJL tournament 20-19
Jv girls middle school basketball lose to Lyndon in FHJL jv tournament 15-14
Middle school boys jv basketball lose to Lyndon at FHJL jv tournament to Lyndon
Middle school jv girls lose to Osage city 21-10 in FHJL jv tournament. Will play West Franklin ain consolation game.
45-23 WIN for Central Heights High School Girls over KCC.
Vikings trail Metro Academy 27-31 at the half
Middle school boys varsity basketball wins 37-32 in double overtime!!
Varsity girls fall to Iola 24-39
The Lady Vikings trail Iola 9-19 at the half.
C team boys win 27-16 in middle school basketball at Council Grove.
Varsity girls middle school basketball lose at Council Grove 22-15.
Jv Boys and girls middle school basketball lose at Council Grove
Here is the information for the FHJL JV Tournament hosted by Osage City on December 8, 2018. 9:00 - High School Gym - Osage City Girls (1) vs. Central Heights girls (4) 10:15 - High School Gym - Lyndon Boys (1) vs. Central Heights Boys (4) 11:30 - High School Gym - Girls Winners Middle School Gym - Girls Losers 12:45 - High School Gym - Boys Winners Middle School Gym - Boys Losers Times after the first games are approximate, we will run ahead of schedule if possible.
Please save your milk jugs! Gallon and half gallon jugs needed for a project. Please wash and send to school with lids on them. Please drop off all milk jugs to Mrs. Smith in the Elementary Library. Thank you for your help!
The Twelve Days of Christmas at CH. (December 6) 4th Day of Christmas - Elf on the CH Book Shelf - Wear your most elf-like outfit. (December 7) 5th Day of Christmas - Faux Fur Friday - Dress "Fur-bously". (December 10) 6th Day of Christmas - Get Wrapped Up in Christmas - Wear Ribbons and Bows. (December 11) 7th Day of Christmas - Jingle Bells - Wear Bells Today. (December 12) 8th Day of Christmas - Garnish with Garland - Wear a Neck Scarf. (December 13) 9th Day of Christmas - Are You Red-y for Christmas? - Wear Red. (December 14) 10th Day of Christmas - Spread Christmas Cheer - Perform A Random Act of Christmas. (December 17) 11th Day of Christmas - Wear Your Favorite Vacation Outfit (think tropical). (December 18) 12th Day of Christmas - Don't Let The Grinch Steal Christmas - Wear Green.
The Central Heights Elementary Classroom Christmas parties are at 2:30 P.M. on December 18, 2018.
JV girls top Olathe Heritage 38-9
Vikings win over Olathe Heritage 54-31
Middle school boys varsity basketball win at West Franklin 32-22
Middle school C team girls basketball wins at West Franklin
Middle school girls varsity lose to West Franklin by the score of 12-15
Jv boys and girls middle school basketball win at West Franklin.
Varsity middle school boys basketball lose to Chase County.
Jv boys and c team boys middle school basketball win vs chase County
Varsity girls middle school basketball wins 20-16!
Please RSVP for paint night Friday night by 12:00(noon) today. You can call 785-869-3455 to reserve your spot!
Middle school boys basketball win at Northern Heights with a score of 40- 31
C team boys Middle school basketball wins vs NOrthern Heights
Middle school varsity girls basketball lose to Northern Heights 32-13
Jv boys and girls basketball teams both lose at Northern Heights.
Congratulations to Coach Prosser for being named the Kansas Cross Country Track and Field Coaches Association (KCCTFCA) 2A Boys Coach of the Year!
No school tomorrow. If you did not get a phone call please send an email to email@example.com. Have a great snow day.
Middle school boys basketball loses at Osage City 38-29
C team middle school boys win 34-15 in basketball at Osage City
Middle school girls varsity basketball lose 13-11 to Osage City
Jv middle school girls basketball lose to Osage City 26-4
Jv boys basketball middle school lose 25-20 to Osage City
Central Heights Food Drive, Week of Nov. 12 - 16 Just two days left to bring in non-perishable items. The food items will be boxed and delivered to families in our community.
Tonight's middle school basketball game has been rescheduled for tomorrow night.
The middle school basketball games for tonight have been cancelled.
Central Heights Elementary will be helping the Middle and High School with their Food Drive all next week. If you would like to donate, please bring non-perishable items to the Elementary Office. The food items will be boxed and given to families in the area. Thank you for your generosity!
CHES students November 12 is the Central Heights Veteran's Program. Please show your patriotic pride by wearing red, white, and blue colors on Monday. If you have a member of your family that has served or is serving in the military, you may display their picture on our Table of Honor by the Elementary Office. We will leave them on display all next week.
We invite you to come watch the Central Heights play this Friday and Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. Enjoy a dark comedy by Laura Jacqmin entitled “We’ll Be Better Later.” Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students. USD #288 Employees and their families will enjoy free admission! Come see us!
The middle school basketball game this evening has been postponed. Enjoy an evening at home.
The middle school basketball games for tonight have been cancelled.
Central Heights boys varsity basketball middle school wins 22-16 vs West Franklin
Middle school varsity girls lose to West Franklin 8-6 in basketball.
Century Link has experienced a “wire cut” in our area. We CURRENTLY DO NOT HAVE PHONE SERVICE at the school. If you need something please email your building office or call 785-214-0243.
Middle school boys basketball lose to Chase County 47-14
Middle school girls varsity basketball lose 17-15 to Chase County.
Jv middle school girls basketball lose to Chase County 18-4.
The middle school wrestling meet has been moved to tomorrow, Tuesday the 30th at Burlington at 4:00. There will not bee a meet on Thursday, November 1st.
Halloween at CHES The Halloween parade through the hallways will begin at 2:00 P.M on October 31. Your child should be able to put on their costumes by themselves or with some help by their teachers. Remember no weapons are allowed as part of the Halloween costume. Parents are asked to line the hallways. Classroom parties will begin following the parade at approximately 2:30.
Photo of the boys team is courtesy of Beverly Hines. (from left): Head Coach Troy Prosser, Luke Cotter, David Craft, Tyler Stevenson, Caleb Meyer, Bryce Sommer, Alex Cannady, Mason McCurry, Asst. Coach Tommi Compton. Photo of the girls team courtesy of Sandee Meyer (from left): Lily Meyer, Taryn Compton, Madison Bridges
Welcome the 2A state Champions home to Central Heights at 6:30 this evening.
It was announced that President Trump will address the National FFA convention at 12 noon Central Time Saturday
CHES Parents, The Trunk or Treat is NOT tonight, it was rescheduled for October 30.
The CHS FFA made it to National FFA Convention. We are getting ready for opening session and then the Garth Brooks concert tonight.
The middle school wrestling meet on October 29th is at Osawatomie and the meet on November 5th is at Anderson County. The calendar is incorrect.
Varsity Girls 5K (49 Runners) 4th Lily Meyer (21:05.72) Freshman 6th Madison Bridges (21:40.16) Junior 10th Taryn Compton (22:10.6) Freshman Varsity Boys 5K (70 runners) Regional Champions 2nd Alex Cannady (17:33.79) Junior 3rd Tyler Stevenson (17:52.98) Junior 5th Caleb Meyer (18:07.00) Senior 13th Bryce Sommer (18:35.88) Senior 16th Luke Cotter (18:43.14) Sophomore 18th Mason McCurry (18:50.58) Junior 20th Jarod Crawford (19:26.95) Sophomore Boys State Qualifying Teams 1st Central Heights 35 points 2nd PittsburgSt. Mary’sColgan 112 points 3rd Humboldt 114 points Girls picture courtesy of Sandee Meyer Boys picture courtesy of Joetta Sommer Boys picture with medal courtesy of Margaret Giffod.
Don't forget picture retakes are tomorrow!
Grandparents Day at Central Heights Elementary October 19, 2018 Come-and-Go 1 - 3 P.M. Visit the classrooms Refreshments PTA Book Fair
CHES Parent -Teacher Conferences Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held October 18 from 4-8 P.M. and October 22 from 4-8 P.M. Below are the directions for scheduling on-line. If you do not have an email account, please contact your classroom teacher. 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 you want a conference with Click on the time you would like Type in the required information Click I am not a robot Click Confirm Booking
Middle school girls lose in the championship game. They end up 16-3 on the season. One of the best seasons in a long time. Proud of all the girls and Coach Lowe!!!!
Middle school girls volleyball advances to championship game. Beat Osage city and will play West Franklin
Middle school girls win 3rd match of the day in 3 games. They will be the 1 seed for bracket play from their pool!
Middle school volleyball wins 2nd match against chase county go to 2-0 in FHJL tournament!
Middle school volleyball wins first match 25-14, 25-20 over Lyndon
Congratulations to the cross country team! MS Girls 2 Mile 1st Place Team 2nd Emma Cubit (13:04) 4th Melaney Chrisjohn (13:15) 5th Kaylee Holstine (13:16) 10th Layla Roll (15:17) MS Boys 2 Mile 5th Connor Burkdoll (12:12) 7th Owen Miller (12:48) 13th Jotham Meyer (12:50) 14th Dakota Burnett (12:57) 50th Alex Skeet (16:39) Varsity Girls 5K 1st Lily Meyer (21:10) 3rd Madison Bridges (21:43) Varsity Boys 5K 1st Place Team 1st Tyler Stevenson (17:45) 3rd Caleb Meyer (18:05) 5th Alex Cannady (18:12) 7th Bryce Sommer (18:21) 15th Luke Cotter (18:58) 17th Mason McCurry (19:07) JV Boys 5K 1st David Craft (19:44)
Middle school football loses 54-28 at Mission Valley.
C team middle school girls win in 3 games 25-17, 23-25, 15-4!
Varsity middle school girls win the 2nd match in 2 games 25-16, 26-24. Go to 12-2 on the year! They will be in action again on Saturday in the league tournament! They will be the 2 seed.
Varsity middle school volleyball wins in 2 games 25-11, 25-23
B team middle school volleyball loses in 3 games
Check out information about upcoming parent teacher conference changes to the middle and high school! Check out the link: https://www.smore.com/a73ug
The volleyball games for today have been cancelled.
Kyle’s number is 785-214-0246. Leave a message if he is unable to answer.
Some bus routes will be delayed today due to rising water. Do not drive into High water. If students can’t get to school due to high water they will be excused. Contact the school and let us know if that is your situation. (Leave a message if we can’t answer your call.) If your road is impassable please contact your driver or Kyle so he can notify your driver.
Mental Math Day - Central Heights Elementary Takes Third Place! 4th Grade: (front row l to r) Reed, Royce, Haiden 5th Grade: (back row l to r) Emily, Reece, Aracely These students participated in the 31st Annual Vera Mae Schultz Mental Math Day at West Franklin on October 6. Six schools attended the event. Royce and Aracely won their preliminary rounds and then competed in the finals. All six students accumulated enough points to take third in the Elementary Division.
Due to the large rainfall totals the JV football game at Osage City scheduled for tonight has been cancelled. There will not be a makeup date.
Varsity Boys (62 runners) Team 1st Place 4th Alex Cannady (17:00) 5th Tyler Stevenson (17:03) 7th Caleb Meyer (17:16) 12th Bryce Sommer (17:53) 13th Mason McCurry (18:05) 14th Jarod Crawford (18:09) 15th Luke Cotter (18:21) Varsity Girls (37 runners) 1st Lily Meyer (19:42) 4th Madison Bridges (20:55) 8th Taryn Compton (21:21) JV Boys (33 runners) 1st David Craft (18:39) JV Girls (18 runners) 17th Rylee McCurry (30:36) 7th grade boys (12 runners) 2nd Connor Burkdoll 3rd Owen Miller 4th Dakota Burnett 5th Jotham Meyer 7th grade girls (17 runners) 1st Emma Cubit 3rd Melaney Chrisjohn 4th Kaylee Holstine 10th Layla Roll
Middle school football loses 44-0 at Lyndon.
Middle school football down 12-0 at halftime at Lyndon.
Middle School Volleyball wins 2nd match in 2 games 25-18, 25-18.
Middle School Volleyball wins the first match in 2 games 25-19, 25-23.
CHHS JV Football @ West Franklin...CHHS WINS!! 48-0
There is a water boil advisory for the area around the school. If possible please send a bottle or two of drinking water with students to school tomorrow. Thank you for your help. (You should have received a phone call if you have a student in school. If you didn’t receive a call please contact the school to update or confirm your contact number.)
Central Heights Homecoming Spirit Week Oct. 1 - 5 Battle Ready - Show your Spirit Monday, Oct. 1 G.I. Joe/Army/Green Dress up as the men and women who battle for our freedom! Tuesday, Oct. 2 Blue and Gold Wear your Blue and Gold to support our ladies as they battle on the volleyball court! Wednesday, Oct. 3 Viking Warrior/Purpose Dress as a Viking Warrior Thursday, Oct. 4 Superhero/Red Dress as your favorite Superhero battling their worst villain Friday, October 5 Go all out in PINK to support the battle against breast cancer. (hats may not be worn during the week)
Varsity Boys 5K (55 runners) Team 1st Place 1st Tyler Stevenson (17:52) 6th Caleb Meyer (18:49) 7th Bryce Sommer (19:02) 8th Jarod Crawford (19:07) 11th Mason McCurry (19:14) 16th Luke Cotter (19:28) Varsity Girls 5K (37 runners) 3rd Lily Meyer (21:27) 9th Madison Bridges (22:10) 14th Taryn Compton (22:44) JV Boys/Girls 5K (88 runner) 1st David Craft (19:34) 28th Rylee McCurry (30:10) 7th Grade Girls 2 Mile (33 runners) 1st Emma Cubit (13:52) 2nd Melaney Chrisjohn (13:55) 3rd Kaylee Holstine (14:01) 17th Laya Roll (17:55) 7th Grade Boys 2 Mile (26 runners) 1st Connor Burkdoll (13:10) 5th Dakota Burnett (13:50) 6th Owen Miller (13:51) 8th Jotham Meyer (14:04)
Results of 7th grade boys middle school cross country: Connor Burkdoll 1st, Dakota Burnett 5th, Owen Miller 6th, Jotham Meyer 8th. Great job boys!
Results of middle school cross country 7th grade girls 2 mile: Emma Cubit 1st place, Melany Chrisjohn 2nd, Kaylee Holstine 3rd, Layla Roll 17th. Great job Girls!
Central Heights middle school hosted their meet tonight. Not sure of exact places, but several runners in the top 10 for both boys and girls! Great job Viking runners!
Middle school football loses 46-8.
Middle School football down 30-0 at halftime.
Middle School Volleyball wins 2nd Match in 3 games14-25, 25-22, 15-7 go to 8-2 on the year!
Middle School Volleyball wins first match 25-14, 25-15.
This is just a reminder that we have middle school sports team pictures tomorrow for cross country, football, volleyball, and cheer.
There will not be a high school jv football game today.
Central Heights Blue team takes home 3rd Place in middle school jv volleyball tournament!
Cross Country Results from yesterday Varsity Boys - Team 1st 1st - Alex Cannady (17:20) - JR 2nd - Tyler Stevenson (17:39) - JR 6th - Caleb Meyer (18:34) - SR 7th - Bryce Sommer (18:53) - SR 8th - Jarod Crawford (19:01) - SO 9th -Luke Cotter (19:08) - SO 10th - David Craft (19:06) - SO Varsity Girls 2nd - Lily Meyer (20:50) - FR 6th - Madison Bridges (22:17) - JR 9th - Taryn Compton (23:30) - FR 7th Grade Boys 2nd - Connor Burkdoll (14:11) - 6th 6th - Owen Miller (15:04) - 6th 13th - Dakota Burnett (15:57) - 7th 15th - Jotham Meyer (16:21) - 6th 7th Grade Girls 3rd - Emma Cubit (15:54) - 7th 4th - Melaney Chrisjohn (15:54) - 6th 5th - Kaylee Holstine (15:55) - 6th 12th - Layla Roll (20:08) - 6th
Central Heights middle school football wins 32-14.
24-0 after three quarters Central Heights middle school football ahead!
Middle school football up 24-0 at halftime!
Middle school girls varsity volleyball loses 12-15
Middle school girls volleyball lose game 2 25-22 going to game 3 again!
Varsity girls middle school volleyball wins game 1 25-21
Girls lose in 3 15-13
16-25 lost first game won 2nd game 25-21
Middle school volleyball varsity splits first two games going to third game!
Have you checked out the new, student-led news site from the middle school? You can even take a guess on our "Select the Staffer" page! https://sites.google.com/usd288.org/almightyikenews
The Viking yearbook staff are taking orders.... Students can pick up order forms from Mr. Huber or you can order online at www.jostensyearbooks.com . Order by Oct.19 and you can add icons to your cover for free (normally $3.50 each) .
C team volleyball loses 11-25 and 16-25 at Northern Heights
Middle school football loses 30-16 at Northern Heights
Middle school boys down 30-8 after 3 quarters
Central Heights Middle school football down16-0 at halftime to Northern Heights
A team muddle school volleyball wins in 2 games 25-11, 25-19. Go to 6-0 on the year!
B team middle school volleyball loses in 2 games. 20-25, 18-25
Update from North Lyon County Middle School Volleyball A team wins in 2 games. 25-12, 25-18
Don't forget picture day is tomorrow!
We will have Lifetouch here September 26 @ 2:00 to take team pictures for Middle School Football, Volleyball, Cross Country and Cheer.
Face painting with the cheerleaders WILL NOT take place this Friday due to it being picture day. Thank you!
Don't forget picture day is next Friday, September 14!
STEMovation Trailer at CHES This science, technology, engineering and math inspired training center features the latest educational tools Inside a rolling laboratory. The STEMovation Lab is sponsored by the Burns & McDonnell Foundation. The third, fourth, and fifth grade students had hands-on experiences with 3D printing, laser engraving, controlling mini robots through an obstacle course, and launching paper rockets.
The Boy Scout Recruitment Meeting will be held this evening, September 6 at 6:30 P.M. in the High School Cafeteria.
We have made a change to the school calendar. The volleyball banquet will be held on November 5th @6:30 instead of November 4th.
MS girls Varsity Volleyball begin the season with two victories over Council Grove!
High School football, volleyball, cross country, cheer, dance, and band will have sports pictures taken on Wednesday, September 12.
The cross country meet for today has been cancelled.
There is currently no phone or Internet service at the school. (This is an area wide Century Link issue.) School will be dismissed at the regular time. If you have a pressing issue or it is an emergency please email Mr. Spencer. Bspencer@usd288.org
Back to School Night at CHES, August 14 at 6:00 P.M. Meet your classroom teachers and bring in your school supplies. Cookies will be served by the PTA. New to the district? Please come to the Elementary Multi-Purpose Room at 5:30 P.M. Mrs. Collins will go over the student handbook, academic supports/programs, positive behavior support system and parent engagement opportunities.
Who takes summer break? Not Code Gold Robotics! Today, they finished their summer-fun project. Way to go!
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.