CHES 5th Grade Third Quarter Honor Roll Honor Roll (3.3- 3.6) Kylee Guyett, Trace Dennison, Gavin McMechan, Armoni Velez Principal's Honor Roll (3.7-4.0) Reed Compton, Jack Chuber, Faith Farmer, Colt King, Ethan Kraft, Haiden LaMar, Landon Lickteig, Kaylor Matile, Payton Miller, Anabel Risch, Charley Roehl, Carson Thompson, Royce Ulrich
Seniors, your Jostens orders will be at the school on Thursday, April 9. A Jostens represenatvie will be at the schools main entrance from 11:00-12:00. Please be there to pick up your stuff.
CHES Continuous Learning Plan Parents, The learning plan for your students will be sent out on Sundays at 5:00 PM. You will receive next week plans today, March 29. Mrs. Burroughs and Mrs. Tyner will use Seesaw to send out their plans. Mrs. Markley, Mrs. Coffman, and Mrs. Horstick will be sending out their plans using the parent's email address. Second through Fifth grade teachers will be sending their plans using the student's email address. Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Desormeaux, Mrs. Ray, and Mrs. Palkowitsh will contact their students individually. Mrs. Cannady will contact her 5th Grade Band students. It is recommended PreK students have 30 minutes of daily learning time, K & 1st- 45 minutes, 2 & 3-60 minutes, and 4 & 5 - 90 minutes. Completed paperwork can be given to CH staff at the lunch delivery bus stops. I will NOT be in the office on Mondays as previously stated. You may contact me at 785/204/1403 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHES Teacher Office Hours - Starting March 30, Monday-Friday. If you need to contact a teacher, please do so by email. Mrs. Burroughs (PREK) 9-10 AM - 7-8 PM Mrs. Markley (K) 4-6 PM Mrs.Tyner (K) 1-3 PM Mrs. Coffman (1) 1-3PM Mrs. Horstick (1) 11AM - 1PM Mrs. Fangman (2) 10AM - Noon Mrs. Burks (2) 9-11 AM Mr. Wheat (2) Noon - 2PM Mrs.Lickteig (3) 6-8 PM Mrs. Wilson (3) (subbing for Mrs. Rand) 2-4PM Mrs. Rowlett (3) 9-11AM Mrs. Heppler & Mrs. Cutburth (4) 10-11AM & 7-8PM Mrs. Riemer (5th) 9-11AM Mrs. McCally (5th) 11AM - 1PM Mr. Schulte (Counselor) 7-9 AM M,W,F & 1-4 T, TH Mr. Folsom (Psychologist) 9-11AM Mrs. Evans (Title Rdg) 11AM - 1PM Mrs. Nilges (Title Rdg) 10AM -Noon Mrs. Smith (Librarian) 10AM - Noon Ms. Percy (PE) 8-10AM Ms. Farris (Art) 1-3PM Ms. West (K-3 Vocal) 1-3PM Mrs. Cannady (PreK, 4&5 Vocal, 5th Band) 10AM-noon Mrs. Reed (SPED K-2, 5) 10AM-Noon Mrs. Desormeaux (SPED 3-4) 8-10AM Mrs. Palkowitsh (Speech/Lang) 7-9AM Mrs. Collins(Principal) 7AM-8P
USD 288 Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Any family with a child(ren) under the age of 5 living in USD 288 Central Heights is now eligible to receive FREE once a month books mailed directly to their home. This is a fantastic way to help families build a home library and increase opportunities for language and literacy development. Families can register by going to www.imaginationlibrary.com and clicking on "register my child" where they will be prompted to enter their place of residence.
There will be an Emergency USD #288 Board Meeting at 7:00, Thursday March 26, 2020 in the District Board Room. The public may participate via an interactive phone conference. Dial 712-451-0948 The access code is 930780# Agenda items are USD #288 Continuous Learning Plan Application, Resolution 1920-05 Wage Payments during Emergency School Closings, and Food Service Program.
MESSAGE FROM CHES
CHES Parents - Things You Should Know About Your Student’s Continuing Learning Opportunities for the Remainder of the 2019-20 School Year. A sign-up sheet was sent out yesterday for you to schedule a time to come to school to pick up your student's belongings on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. Please enter through the Elementary Front Office Doors 2nd - 5th Grade - Your child’s belongings have been gathered and bagged. Their Chromebook is also sitting on their desk. The charger is in the bag. PreK- 1st Grade - Your child’s belongings have been gathered and bagged. Kindergarten student bags are in the CHES office area. There are not enough Ipads for every student. When you arrive, please let us know if you need an IPad. If your child has a device of their own for apps and they have access to the Reading Eggs website, they will not need a school Ipad. All of the electronic devices have been cleaned with Clorox wipes. There is a table of school supplies by the office area. If you do not have enough supplies at home, please know you may take what you need. There is a large envelope for every student. Report cards and spring picture packets are inside. They may also include worksheets, certificates, progress reports, Father/Daughter Dance pictures, etc. Each Sunday evening at 5:00 teachers will be sending out weekly lesson plans for the upcoming week. 2nd - 5th Grade - These plans will be sent to the student’s email address. Mrs. Horstick, Mrs. Coffman, and Mrs Markley’s students- These plans will be sent to the parent’s email address. Mrs. Tyner and Mrs. Burroughs’s students - These plans will be sent through Seesaw. For families without internet service at home, teachers will give you alternative assignments. Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Desormeaux, and Mrs. Ray will contact families individually. Each teacher will have office hours which will be listed on the lesson plan document. Your child’s safety and education is of the utmost importance to all of us at CHES! Please know you can call, text, or email me with celebrations, questions, or concerns. Mrs. Collins.
Please return all of your children’s library books when you pick up your their items from school! If you have questions about what books your children have out feel free to email me at email@example.com Thank you in advance!
The links listed below will be forms for you to fill out to set up a time to come pick up your students’ device and lockers/desk supplies. Please pick only one day and time per student. For high school students please click the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeDUuNcOsRAHzUOGR3L9-IFkHEe4DYm477Myt_C-X8D6YEWxg/viewform?usp=sf_link For middle school students please click the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6rnvKt8L4AbjrMg7-HoFdNZOlsVLrm0SNFm1lq8PhJroW2A/viewform?usp=sf_link For elementary school students please click the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdww0zzYk7FG73OB78xYmmOVPwVuYachytr7zZZmBhpqsCK4g/viewform?usp=sf_link
When the announcement is made for you to come and collect your supplies from school, we want you to turn in your fundraising money and or cards at the time you sign up for. We have to have all the cards by the final sign up time.. If you can not make it out during the time allowed let me know and we will work something else out. I will be sitting underneath the Wall of honor plaques in the commons area to collect them. Please have 15 cards or the equivalent amount of 300 dollars, or a combination of both. Coach Brown
Thank you to all the paras that came out to help pack lunches and clean all the student devices!
Lunches will be served from 11:00 to 12:30. DO NOT CONGREGATE TOGETHER WAITING ON DELIVERY! We will have two buses in Princeton and Richmond. You can get lunch from either location. They will be within sight of each other. Take you meals and leave the area please.
A survey was sent to one email per household. If you did not receive the survey please take fill it out here. Responses must be submitted by this Wednesday at midnight. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCBATNKU4R6MesEOeC8cvaYWEaDDUEWpBtoViEku8bq6y1RA/viewform?usp=sf_link
CONGRATULATIONS to Hannah Jumet for officially signing with Emporia State on a Music Talent Scholarship! She also accepted a scholarship from ESU for playing in the marching band. 💛🖤 This quarantine has made scholarship signings look a bit different (she signed last night in her home), but CHS is incredibly proud of you, and we are celebrating with you! (from at least 6 ft away) 💛💙 📸: The talented Jenni Keith @faithandphotography
Be wary of people soliciting you saying they are from, or working with, the school. I understand telemarketing calls showing Central Heights as the caller are being received in the district. As I stated in the call last evening, if the school is involved my name or one the principals’ name will be directly attached. We are not selling bracelets over the phone to raise money for the school. If it isn’t me, one of the principals, or a staff member you know the call is a scam no matter what caller ID says.
Did you know that the Franklin County Children's Coalition is providing FREE LUNCHES for school-aged children all throughout Franklin County this week? They have partnered with local agencies and there will be a different lunch each day from 12(noon) to 1 at Carnegie in Ottawa. Load up the kiddos and go grab some grub! Thank you to all who are donating!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Mother-Son dance is being rescheduled for this coming Fall. Look for details in August. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Update on COVIN-19 We are receiving further guidelines concerning the pandemic. These guidelines will be updated daily, and since we are on Spring Break I will not post specific information right now, but I will share the link to the KDHE K-12 School guidance website. You can access this and see the latest guidance as it is posted. http://www.kdheks.gov/coronavirus/toolkit/Interim_Guidance_for_Schools.pdf Look for updates from me near the end of the week as we prepare to return to school. The principals have issued some information to specific groups that will likely be affected after the break. (The Juniors and Seniors concerning prom for example.) We will do our best to keep the updates and postings small and manageable. Have an enjoyable break and try to enjoy time away from the public with your family.
The Honor Flight "Swinging Through the Decades" Gala scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday March 14 has been RESCHEDULED for SATURDAY MAY 23. We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause, but the Franklin County Health Department requested we postpone due to COVIN-19 Concerns.
The COVIN-19 outbreak is creating significant confusion and concern. After watching webinars with state officials this afternoon, I feel the need to share what I know. As of Noon today, Thursday, March 12, there have been three confirmed cases of COVIN-19 in Kansas, and they were all contracted in other places. There has not been a case of the communal spread of the virus in Kansas at this time. (Those that have it, contracted it somewhere else and then came to Kansas.) The likelihood of Central Heights needing to close is very small. Only the local health department http://www.franklincoks.org/index.aspx?NID=933 or the State of Kansas Department of Health and Environment can order a school closing due to a situation of this nature. There is now guidance stating that individuals that leave the country should check in with their local health department upon their return. The health department will then advise individuals whether or nor they should subject themselves to a self-imposed 14 day quarantine. Central Heights basically begins Spring Break at the end of school today. Students do not return until Monday, March 23. Hopefully by that time things will have settled down and we will have a great run to the end of the year. The best place to stay current is the the Franklin County Health Department website that I linked above. We will not be attempting to stay current while the students are off on Spring Break.
DRIVERS EDUCATION We are asking that all paperwork be turned in by April 15th if you are wanting to take the class. The fee of 131 for in district students is due by June 1st. The money can be given to Mrs. Matile at the middle school office.
Wrestling bellies are full after eating at Braun’s!
Brody Roullett wins his 3rd match to advance!
Jotham Meyer advances in 80 lb division and Brody Roullette advances in 110 lb division.
Charli Earnest advances to winner side of bracket at Chase County middle school wrestling invitational.
Jotham Meyer, Brody Roullett, Gavin Peine, and Colton Caswell advance to winners side of bracket at Chase County invitational for middle school wrestling.
Reminder Cheerleading tryout practice is Monday-Wednesday mornings at 6:30 AM. You must attend all three days for the final tryout on Thursday at 6:00 PM. Go Vikings!
It is great to see students excited about Reading! One of the Greatest moments at CHES today: Reading teacher says, Since you are the only one here today lets play a game! Student says, “Noooooo, I want to read our book!” So, reading it is!
Freshman baseball signing day will be next Tuesday 3/10 at 2:50 in the high school commons area! The rookies will sign their letter of dedication and make a vow to support the baseball program over the Jarl bat!!!
Vikings fall 46-62.
Vikings are down headed into the 4th quarter. 32-48.
Vikings are down at the half. 18-36.
Boys BBall down after the first quarter. 10-23.
Vikings BBall has tipped off. Let’s go Vikings!!
Elementary and Middle School spring pictures will be next Tuesday, March 10th.
Vikings fall 29-53.
Para Educator Needed Looking for a great place to work alongside a caring staff and amazing students? Central Heights Elementary is looking to hire a special education para educator immediately. Please call Mrs. Collins at 785/869/3355 x 1305.
Baseball starts today after school! Meet in the lockeroom across the road. Bring the appropriate clothes to practice outside, it is chilly today! FINALLY IT’S HERE!!!!
We're still taking RSVP's for the Father-Daughter Dance on Saturday. Please let your student's teacher know or email Mrs. Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested.
Thanks to everyone who helped to support the baseball team last night! It was a huge success! We hope to see all of you at our games this year too!
Vikings trail at the end of the third quarter
At the half Central Heights 17 Lyndon 24
After one quarter of Varsity boys Vikings 7 Tigers 13
Varsity Girls BBall fall 37-58.
Varsity girls down going into the 4th quarter 20-44.
Varsity girls trail Lyndon 11-31 at the half
JV boys fall vs Lyndon 27-36
JV girls drop their two quarter game vs Lyndon 13-15
After one quarter of JV girls basketball CH trails Lyndon 7-8
Vikings win!!! 62-56
1:38 to go Vikings up by 4.
48-44 Vikings up in the 4th quarter.
Viking Boys BBall down after the first quarter 17-20.
Varsity Girls BBall falls to Chase County.
Viking Girls BBall headed into the 4th quarter down vs Chase County.
Varsity Girls BBall down at the half.
Varsity Girls BBall down after the first quarter to Chase County 6-18.
The Viking Source - news and tidbits from the secondary https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JwgjvsqbxqQosvvJ5ehAod9EhtJwfXZB4isszB55iS0/edit?usp=sharing
Vikings lead 53-30 headed to the fourth quarter
Varsity boys lead MDCV 38-20 at the half
The Lady Vikings beat MDCV
The Lady Vikings lead by 34 heading into the fourth quarter
Varsity girls lead 32–10 at the half over MDCV
Varsity girls lead MDCV 18-5 after one quarter of play
JV boys and girls both won vs MDCV in their shortened games.
Cheer/Dance Camp Reminder Saturday, February 22, 2020 Cheer: 9:00-10:00 AM Dance: 10:15-11:15 AM The girls will perform during halftime of the varsity girls game on Tuesday, February 25th. Please meet in the hallway, by the middle school gym doors, at 6:30 PM.
Driver Education meeting tonight at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria. ARRIVE ALIVE!!!!!
Baseball parents we are asking you to bring a dessert for our annual frito chili pie supper on Tuesday 2/25. Please have the boys bring it to my room Monday, Tuesday,or drop it off that night. Thanks Coach Brown
Vikings win!!! 50-49!!!
Timeout Anderson County. Vikings lead 50-49 with :10 to go.
Timeout Anderson County. Score tied 49-49 with :28 to go.
Timeout Central Heights. Vikings up 48-47 with 1:47 to go in the game.
Timeout Anderson County. Score tied 47-47 with 3:47 to go.
Vikings down headed into the 4th quarter. 36-41
CH down 20-26 at half time.
CH Varsity Boys down by one after the first quarter against Anderson County. 11-12
CH Varsity Girls fall to Anderson County.
CH Varsity Girls headed into the 4th quarter down.
CH Girls down at half time.
CH Varsity Girls Basketball down 20-2 after the first quarter at Anderson County.
Driver Education meeting tonight at 6:00 in cafeteria. We will start getting out enrollment papers and give you the tentative schedule for the summer. See you tonight or we also have one Thursday night. ARRIVE ALIVE!!!!
Don’t forget Driver Educatiin meeting on Tuesday 2/18 and Thursday 2/20 at 6:00 pm in the high school cafeteria. Sign up your student, find out the classroom schedule, and how Driver Education will be run. We hope to see everyone who is interested there!!
Parents, If you have not signed up for a timeslot for your son/daughters Student Led Conference please go to the following links: High School Teachers or Middle School Teachers Simply go to the link and click on either their advisory teacher (high school students) or first hour (middle school students) to schedule a time. Also remember we will be having some presentations for parents as well! The schedule will change a little from Tuesday to Thursday. Drivers Education Meeting 6PM both days in the cafeteria SOS - Supporting Our Students in dealing with Stress and Anxiety. We will have guest presenters here from Elizabeth Layton Center for these presentations. They will take place in the Theatre at 6:30 on both evenings. Extended Learning Opportunities - Work-Study, Dual Credit, CTE (CNA, Automotive, HVAC, Welding) and other experiences for high school students. This presentation will be at 5:30 on Tuesday and 7:30 on Thursday in the theatre. School Vision and Planning - Redesign/Long term goals and planning for Central Heights. This presentation will take place at 7:30 on Tuesday and 5:30 on Thursday in the theatre. We look forward to seeing all of you next week! Sincerely, Luke Matile
Due to poor weather conditions we will not be having school today, Thursday February 13, at Central Heights. Stay warm and safe.
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held February 18 from 4-8 P.M. and February 20 from 4-8 P.M. Below are the directions for scheduling online. 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 you would like Type in the required information Click I am not a robot Click Confirm Booking
The middle school dance has been postponed until Wednesday, February 19th.
Final score Vikings 36 Bulldogs 38
7.8 seconds left Waverly leads 36-38. CH ball out of the timeout
:33 left tied 36 all CH ball out of the timeout
2:01 remaining CH 36 WHS 34
Vikings and Bulldogs are tired 25 all at the end of the third quarter
Varsity boys trail Waverly 15-18 at the half
The Vikings trail the Bulldogs 9-13 at the end of the first quarter
Varsity girls fall to Waverly
Varsity girls trail Waverly 15-37 at the half.
JV girls top Waverly on a last second shot by Jadyn Criqui. JV boys fell to the bulldogs in their two quarter game.
The Vikings defeat the Wildcats to end the evening.
The Vikings now lead by 41 headed to the fourth quarter vs Marmaton Valley
At the half Vikings 38 Wildcats 15
Varsity boys lead Marmaton Valley 17-0 at the end of the first quarter
Varsity girls fall to Marmaton Valley
Varsity girls trail Marmaton Valley 25-34 heading to the 4th quarter
JV girls lost, JV boys won vs Marmaton Valley
Varsity girls trail at the half 18-21 vs Marmaton Valley
Our 8th grade students took a trip to visit the clients at COF (with the help of Craig Evans) after researching and reading about an adult with an intellectual disability in the short story “Flowers for Algernon”. I (Mrs. Smith) brought out my “good camera” to try to capture the beautiful moments of our students interacting, volunteering, and working alongside these adults while they were performing their job of assembling boxes for CenturyLink. I didn’t realize that one of my settings on my camera was off until I sat down to edit these pictures and saw all of the “noise”/graininess in each and every picture. I was heartbroken at thinking that the pictures wouldn’t ever be able to display the beauty of the day. But then I got to thinking….these pictures are the perfect metaphor for this experience. The students were nervous and a bit apprehensive going into it. Most had never had any interaction with an adult with an intellectual disability. At the end of the experience, when all of the students were told that we needed to head back to the school, the adults were met with the students asking to stay longer and inquiring about when we could go back. What seemed to be something a little uncomfortable and unfamiliar, turned into something full of immense joy, laughter, and friendship. We may have helped them build boxes, but we were the ones who received the most from this experience. My heart will never forget it, and I hope their hearts won’t, either. Enjoy these grainy pictures, and I pray that you can look past the surface-level noise and see the absolute beauty underneath. We have some seriously amazing students at Central Heights.
Vikings had a great day in the weight room setting PRs and earning medals!! Powerlifting Meet Results: Abby Brown - 175 Squat - 2nd Abby Brown - 115 Clean - 2nd Abby Brown - 115 Bench - 2nd AnneLeese Thao - 200 Squat - 2nd Axel Roberts - 200 Squat - 2nd Axel Roberts - 110 Bench - 1st Taylor Chrisjohn - 115 Clean - 3rd Trey Hamblin - 105 Clean - 3rd Trey Hamblin - 95 Bench - 3rd Tony Detwiler - 190 Clean - 3rd Tony Detwiler - 185 Bench - 2nd Josh Thompson - 315 Bench - 2nd Abby 2nd overall Axel 2nd overall
Vikings Win!! 60-50 over Jayhawk-Linn.
Viking Boys go into the 4th quarter with the lead. 44-36
Varsity Boys are up at half 29-22.
Varsity Boys up after the first quarter against Jayhawk-Linn 19-14.
Varsity Girls win!! 36-28 over Jayhawk-Linn.
Varsity Girls tied 22-22 going into the fourth quarter.
Well, the phones are not fully operational. We continue to have spotty service. If we are on the line with you and the call goes dead, we did not hang up. The call was dropped. Please call back. They continue to work on it. We apologize for the inconvenience. (Fortunately the phones don’t directly affect classroom instruction!) Thank you for your patience.
Thank you for your assistance contacting Century Link concerning our phones not working. You made a difference! The phones are currently working and they “feel strongly” they found and repaired the problem. If you try to call the school and get a busy signal or it does not ring please call or text 785-214-0243.
Come One, Come OLD! The hundredth day of school at CHES is February 3.
High school Baseball parents and guardians we have a frito chili pie supper coming up on February 25th. Be looking for more information! Also you can go to the usd288 website, click on staff, then look up Jason Brown and click on the google website. It has several tidbits of information on it, such as spring break time off of March 13th-16th for baseball practice.
Driver’s Education also gives you a discount with most insurance companies upon completion. They are expensive when you add them to your policy!
Unfortunately our phones are down again. They were working for a time, but have failed again. Century Link is working on it, but they don’t know how long it will take to get service again! Call 785-214-0243 if you need to contact us directly. Continue to use email for non-urgent correspondence if possible.
Thank you for the help. The phones are currently working. If you try to call and are not successful then call the 785-214-0243 number and let us know.
Please use email to communicate with your building office. If you need to speak to someone or can’t email please call this number. 785-214-0243.
This is Mr. Spencer and I am asking for your help. As you all know our phones have not been working properly for several weeks. The last week has been the worst. I have visited nicely, growled, grumped, and every other tactic I know, and our phones are still not working. There have been people respond and make an effort, but we don’t have a solution yet. What I need is for Century Link to understand how big of an issue this is. Please call Century Link and report the school district phones are not working. The number listed for phone repair on their website is 800-788-3600. Use any number related to the school to report the outage. Thank you for your help.
Viking boys fall to Osawatomie.
Viking boys trail headed into the fourth quarter 33-41.
26-25 Vikings are up at half time.
Boys basketball is down after the first quarter to Osawatomie 20-15.
Viking Ladies fall to Osawatomie.
Viking ladies are trailing by 21 headed to the fourth quarter.
At halftime the Viking Girls are down 25-14.
High school basketball is at Osawatomie tonight. Vikings Ladies are behind after the first quarter 10-5.
We will delay the start of school by two hours today. A light breakfast will be available for those that want it at 10:00. Classes will begin at 10:15. Drive carefully.
Vikings drop the game to Osage City 53-54. Next game will be Saturday at 10:30 AM
10 seconds remaining, Vikings trail by 4. Osage City ball out of the time-out
Timeout. 2:13 remaining Osage City ball. CH trails 44-49
After three quarters of play CH trails OC 39-43
At the half Vikings 28 Indians 36
After one quarter of play the Vikings trail the Indians 15-22
The Lady Vikings fall in the second round of the tournament. Their next game will be at 9:00 AM Saturday.
At the half Lady Vikings 7 Lady Braves 22
At the end of the first quarter the Lady Vikings trail Council Grove 3-8
Update on the prices 131 dollars for current students. 206 for others.
The fees for Driver Education is 134 dollars for any current CH student. If you are not a current student the fee is 204 dollars.
Driver Education class time will be from 8-10 am. Driving times are 7-8 am, 10-12, and 12-2. Depending on how many students this could change.
There will be an informational meeting about Driver Education on parent teacher conference nights in the cafeteria. We will post times when the schedule is finalized.
The phone lines seem to be up and working now. There may still be issues where they are off and on so please be patient with us. Century Link is looking in on the problem.
The schools phone lines are down. Please email the office if you need to get ahold of us. Linda's email in the elementary is email@example.com, Karrie's email in the middle school is firstname.lastname@example.org, and Kim's email in the high school is email@example.com. We will let you know when it is working again.
Drivers Ed: We will be offering drivers ed at Central Heights to anyone who is at least 14 years old by June 7th. The class will run from June 1st to June 30th. If you have any questions contact Kelli Brown or Jason Brown. Be looking for more information in the coming weeks.
Central Heights Elementary Fans Feel free to wear red tomorrow (Jan. 21) in celebration of the Chief's win (it is ok to wear hats for the day)!
Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Winners from CHES (more pictures coming!) Congratulations to our winners: Kelsie Wilson. 3rd Grade, won first place. Presten Holstine placed second and Anna Reed won third place in the 4th Grade Division. Fifth Grade Winners were Ethan Kraft, first place; Hal Higbie, second place; and Anabel Risch, third place. The students were presented their medals and cash awards at the Franklin County MLK Program. The event was held January 19 at 2:00 PM at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium. Ethan and Kelsie read their essays to the audience.
CHMS boys basketball beats Mission Valley in the FHJL tournament to end the season!
CHMS middle school girls basketball lose to Northern Heights in the FHJL tournament. This was their final game of the season.
Middle school girls and boys both lose in the 2nd round of the FHJL tournament. Girls will play at 9:00 and boys 10:30 on Saturday at Chase County.
Based upon the forecast there will be NO SCHOOL TOMORROW, Friday, Jan 17.
Central Heights FFA earned 6th place at the ECD Public Speaking LDE today. Luke Burkdoll was 9th in the Freshman Division Kierstyn Blaufuss was 1st and Emily VanLeiden was 7th in the Sophomore Division Cheyenne Higbie was 6th in the Senior Division and 7th in Extemporaneous Public Speaking. Also competing but coming up a little shy of the top ten was Conner Peel, Aiden Welch, Christian Johnson, and Alex Cannady.
Coach Sloth has officially changed his website to include CHES as the Top School of All time! https://coachsloth.com/top-10-visits.php
Vikings fall 56-47.
Vikings down 37-31 headed to the 4th quarter.
Vikings down at half 26-16.
CH Boys BBall down at the end of the 1st quarter to Osage City. 19-7.
CH Girls fall 36-25 to Osage City.
CHMS girls basketball loses to Mission Valley in the opening round of the FHJL basketball tournament. They will play Thursday night at 6:30 in Chase County vs Council Grove.
CH Girls fighting back!! Down 6 points with 2:31 to go.
Ch Girls BBall down 26-17 headed into the 4th.
HS Girls BBall trails Osage City 18-12 at half time.
Mrs. Lickteig's third grade class from 2018-19 are working along with Representative Mark Samsel to bring a bill before the Kansas Legislature to make the watermelon a state fruit. This was aired on KCTV5 on January 13, 2020. https://www.kctv5.com/news/local_news/could-kansas-soon-have-a-state-fruit/video_6ce7d744-b4c4-52ca-9e4b-b31e6ea86a6e.html
Thank you for being patient, our phone lines are back up!
Our phones lines are currently down. We will post again when they are back up.
MS boys basketball falls to NLC in the first round of the tournament.
High school varsity girls are in a close contest with Northern Heights. Trail 15 to 16 at the end of first qtr.
MIDDLE SCHOOL Basketball only! The girls game for tonight has been postponed and moved to tomorrow night at 4:30 at Lyndon. The boys game for tonight has been moved up to 6:30 instead of 7:45.
Do you have a student in the upcoming Spelling Bees? (MS - Tuesday at 1:00pm, Elementary - Wednesday at 1:00pm) Here are a few lists that you might want to review with your students (or for anyone who gets a little stir-crazy this weekend with the winter storm warnings!) https://spellingbee.com/sites/default/files/inline-files/Words_of_the_Champions_Printable_FINAL.pdf and https://spellingbee.com/sites/default/files/inline-files/2020_SLSL_Full_List_WC_Defs.pdf Stay warm and safe!
The middle school jv basketball tournament scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled.
C team girls basketball wins at Northern Heights.
C team boys middle school win at Northern Heights.
Varsity girls middle school basketball lose at Northern Heights.
Jv middle school boys basketball lose at Northern Heights.
Jv middle school girls basketball win at Northern Heights.
The Vikings defeat the Falcons with a final score of 55-18
At the end of the third quarter the Vikings lead the Falcons 48-18
The Vikings lead West Franklin 38-14 at the half
The Vikings lead West Franklin 14-7 after one quarter of play.
The Lady Vikings beat the Falcons 38-32. Nice job ladies!
At the end of the third quarter CH girls lead 28 to 23 over WF
Varsity girls have started the second half well after trailing by two at half time the Lady Vikings have taken a 20-15 lead with 6:16 remaining in the third
JV boys fell to West Franklin
JV girls won their game vs West Franklin
We are currently experiencing a disruption with our phone line here at the school today. If you are unable to reach us via phone, please contact us through email instead.
CHHS Boys BBall falls to Mission Valley 30-36.
Timeout with :14 to go Vikings down 4.
Timeout with 1:31 to go in the game Vikings down 6.
CHHS Boys BBall trail going into the 4th quarter 23-25.
CHHS Boys BBall lead at half time 12-11.
CHHS Varsity Boys BBall up after the 1st quarter 6-2 over Mission Valley.
CHHS Varsity Girls BBall falls to Mission Valley.
CH Girls BBall head into the 4th down 15.
CH Girls BBall trails at half time to Mission Valley.
CHHS Varsity Girls BBall down after the first quarter to Mission Valley.
CHMS boys varsity basketball loses 18-27.
CHMS boys basketball varsity leads 14-11 after 3 quarters.
CHMS boys varsity basketball leads 12-7 at halftime at Osage City.
CHMS girls varsity basketball loses at Osage City.
CHMS jv girls basketball loses 8-16 at Osage City.
CHMS girls jv basketball loses 8-16 at Osage City.
CHMS boys jv basketball loses at Osage City 16-30.
Take a look at our recent Viking Voice! https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A7a7f5a4b-b0fb-44de-8bb9-9fd44bf1a20b
The following students placed 8th out of 35 teams at the First Lego League Robotics tournament on Saturday, December 24th at Lawrence High School. The team also received the Judges Award, voted on by the judges at the tournament. Matt Williams Issac Boyd Bryce Bones Cooper Jordan Karley Davis Malakai Dionne Russell Reed Kaiden Reeder Jack Chuber
Unfortunately I don’t feel good about the road conditions and have decided to cancel school for tomorrow Tuesday, Dec. 17. Be safe.
Just a reminder following up on Mr Spencer’s message, no middle school basketball games at Central Heights tonight.
No school or activities tomorrow, Monday, December 16. Enjoy the snow but be careful if you have to go out in it!
The Vikings fall to SFT
The Vikings trail the Chargers 38-48 headed to the fourth quarter.
Varsity boys lead SFT 26-24 at the half
HS girls fall to Osage City 37-40
MS JV basketball results: girls beat Osage City and lost to Lyndon to place second. Boys lost to Lyndon and beat West Franklin to place third.
Final - CHHS Boys BBall fall to Iola 44-52.
Heading to the 4th Quarter. CHHS Boys BBall up 36-34.
CHHS Boys BBall trail 19-21 at half time.
CHHS Boys BBall trail after the first quarter 8-10 to Iola.
CHMS boys varsity basketball win 38-31 at Council Grove.
CHMS boys up 38-31 with :49 left
Final 33-30 Viking Girls BBall fall to Iola.
CHMS boys basketball leads Council Grove 29-17 after 3 quarters.
Timeout - :36 left in OT - Vikings down 30-31.
:54 to go in OT. Vikings down 31-28.
Timeout - 2:36 remaining in OT. Iola 29 - CH Girls 28.
CHHS Girls BBall headed to overtime with Iola 26-26.
CHHS Girls BBall - Time-out Vikings, 2:24 left to play score is even 25-25.
CHMS boys varsity lead 19-13 at halftime at Council Grove.
CHHS Girls BBall up 19-17 going into the 4th Quarter.
CHMS boys basketball up 9-8 after the 1st quarter at Council Grove.
CHHS Girls BBall up 11-9 at the half against Iola.
C1 boys middle school basketball loses at Council Grove.
Girls varsity middle school basketball loses at Council Grove.
JV girls basketball wins by one point over Council Grove.
Jv boys middle school basketball loses to Council Grove.
Central Heights High School Girls BBall ahead 3-1 over Iola after the first quarter.
The USD #288 Board of Education is accepting letters of interest to fill the board vacancy created when Shawn Cardin moved out of the district. The person selected will serve the balance of Shawn's term. They will be up for election in November 2021. Because all board positions are now At-Large, any registered voter in the district is eligible to serve no matter their address. The letter of interest should be addressed to Brian Spencer and should be mailed to 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond, KS 66080 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include information such as why you are interested in serving, your history or status in the district, and any other information that will help the sitting board members with their decision. Letters are due by February 6, 2020. If you have questions or want more information don't hesitate to contact Brian Spencer at 785-869-3455 or visit with any of the current board members. (Lorri Cotter, Kevin Tooley, Jack Davis, Keith Brock, and Billy Johnson.)
CHHS Boys BBall 49-34 Vikings win.
Timeout by KCC. 3:54 left to go. Vikings up 46-30.
CHHS Boys Basketball take a lead into the 4th quarter. 36-22
24-13 CHHS Boys Basketball up at half over KC Christian.
Central Heights HS Girls get there first win of the season over KC Christian.
CHMS varsity boys basketball loses to West Franklin by a score of 33-25.
Boys middle school basketball down 24-18 after the 3rd quarter to West Franklin.
CHMS boys basketball varsity team down 18-11 at halftime to West Franklin.
Middle school varsity boys basketball down 10-7 to West Franklin after the 1st quarter.
C team boys basketball beats West Franklin by the score of 24-14.
C team boys basketball tied 10-10 after 3 quarters at West Franklin.
Middle school boys C team basketball tied at the half 6-6 against West Franklin.
Middle school boys basketball C team tied after the 1st quarter 4-4 against West Franklin.
Middle school boys jv basketball team defeats West Franklin 35-15.
Congratulations to sophomore Tony Detwiler for being recognized as an All-State football player!! https://www.kansas.com/sports/varsity-kansas/varsity-football/article238155429.html
Jv boys middle school basketball lead 29-14 at the end of the 3rd quarter against West Franklin.
Jv boys middle school basketball lead 19-12 at halftime against West Franklin.
Jv boys middle school basketball leads 8-7 after the 1st quarter against West Franklin.
CH falls 49-55 in overtime
1:08 left in overtime CH trails 49-52, CG ball out of the timeout
A good defensive stand with a strong rebound by Burson sends it to overtime.
All tied at 46 with 7.2 seconds left Council Grove ball
Vikings 36 Braves 33 headed to the fourth quarter
Vikings lead the Braves 21-17 at the half.
At the end of the first quarter of the Varsity boys game CH leads 11-8
The Lady Vikings fall to the Lady Braves
The Lady Vikings trail the Braves 15-28 headed to the fourth quarter.
Varsity girls trail Council Grove 9-16 at the half
Varsity girls trail Council Grove 0-10 at the end of the first quarter
Message from West Franklin for middle school basketball games on 12/9. ---------- Forwarded message --- Just to clarify for Monday's games.... Boys will play at Pomona, order of games will be B/C/A starting at 4:30. Entrance to the gym building is on the north side of the building. Girls will play at Williamsburg, order of games will be B/C/A starting at 4:30. Patrons will want to park either in the parking lot on the northeast corner of the school or on the west side (handicap accessible) of the school. The doors on the south side (along main street) will not be open. --
Middle school boys basketball varsity loses to chase county.
Middle school girls varsity basketball loses to Chase County.
Jv boys and girls middle school basketball lose at Chase County.
The Central Heights FFA Chapter competed in the Paola Welding Invitational on Wednesday. The Senior team placed 2nd overall. Individual results Brady Burson 24th Mason McCurry 9th Jesse Collins 2nd (earning a $1,000 scholarship to Missouri Welding Institute) Dylan Kimball 5th Cauy Newell 28th Austin Richardson placed 20th in the Beginner Division.
CHMS boys basketball varsity team loses to North Lyon County.
CHMS girls C team basketball defeats North Lyon County.
CHMS girls varsity basketball loses to North Lyon County 29-20.
CHMS boys C team basketball loses to North Lyon County by 6.
CHMS girls varsity basketball in a tight one at halftime. They are down 15-14 to North Lyon County..
CHMS boys jv basketball loses a heartbreaker 31-29 to North Lyon County.
CHMS Jv gurls basketball beats North Lyon County 33-4.
CHMS jv boys and girls basketball lose at Lyndon.
CHMS girls varsity basketball loses at Lyndon.
CHMS boys basketball lose a close one to Osage City 35-32.
CHMS boys varsity lead 24-18 after 3 quarters against Osage City.
CHMS boys varsity basketball leads Osage City at halftime 19-11.
CHMS middle school basketball C Team2 boys team beats Osage City.
CHMS varsity girls basketball loses to Osage City.
Jv girls basketball lose in middle school to Osage City.
Jv boys lose to Osage City in middle school basketball.
Are you looking for a weather forecast that is just as entertaining as it is informative? Look no further than your Vikings USD 288 Weather Forecast! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM6FlluOlMg
CHMS boys basketball lose a close one 36-33 at Mission Valley.
CHMS boys basketball tied with Mission Valley after 3 quarters 28-28
CHMS girls basketball lose to Mission Valley 31-12 at Mission Valley.
CHMS jv boys and girls basketball lose at Mission Valley.
Jv middle school boys basketball loses to Council Grove.
Jv girls middle school basketball loses to Council Grove.
Are you going to be wearing your cardigan and spreading kindness with us tomorrow? Check out this commercial (YouTube link) that the middle school news team put together to give you some ideas! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRy1EIHrFYg
Click the link to order your Central Heights basketball gear! https://stores.inksoft.com/WS27865/shop/home
The middle school basketball games are still on for tonight. Baby it is warm inside so come enjoy some basketball!!!
Today is National Stem Day. The science department decided to team up with our classes to celebrate this day. High school students were grouped with middle school students and had to engineer a wi-fi tower out of spaghetti noodles and mini marshmallows! The kids did great and we have some future engineers in these groups!
MS Var. Boys BBall drops their season opener 29-49.
MS Var. Boys BBall down 15-22 at the half against Chase County.
CH Varsity MS Girls lost their season opener to Chase County.
C-Team MS Boys BBall loses 16-35.
JV MS Boys BBall falls to Chase County.
MS JV Girls BBall falls 26-11 to Chase County. MS Varsity Girls will tip off their season in about 10 mins.
Have you had a chance to check out the latest Viking Voice yet? It has important information about the upcoming Board of Education vote on November 5th that might affect YOU! Be sure to see what's inside! https://tinyurl.com/USD288CHS
The reception for our cross country athletes will begin at approximately 7:45 in the high school cafeteria.
CHMS boys and girls parents basketball meeting on Tuesday 11/5 at 5:30 pm.
Central Heights falls to Humbolt to conclude the football season
We want to make sure our Viking Voice is heard! Check out the latest edition of The Viking Voice Fall Newsletter which has important information about the upcoming Board of Education vote! https://tinyurl.com/USD288CHS
Everyone be safe tonight. Remember there will be no school tomorrow we will see everyone on Monday!
Don't forget to get your Halloween candy, we have it for $5.00 a bag. We still have our vanilla sugar wafers for $5.00 and box.
Varsity volleyball concludes their season with a loss at substate to Wabunsee
Viking XC teams are Regional Champions! (Girls and Boys team both win!)
Vikings topped the Falcons to secure a playoff spot! They will play Thursday night at Humbolt!!!
This is a reminder for middle school basketball pictures. Order forms will be coming home tonight and pictures will be Monday afternoon.
Who is ready for Student-Led Conferences starting tomorrow (Thursday) at 4pm? We are! Have you signed up yet? It's not too late! Head over to www.usd288.org, click on "menu", and navigate your way to your specified teacher. See you soon!
Honor Flight is also selling these vanilla sugar wafers for $5.00 a bag. If you would like some please contact Terrie Titus in the district office at 785-869-3455 X 1212 or email her at email@example.com
Middle School basketball pictures will be Monday, October 28th.
Schedule your Parent Teacher Conference (October 24 & 28 - 4PM - 8PM) Go to www.usd288.org Click on Menu in the top left corner Hover over Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences Click on the teacher’s name Click on the time you would like Type in the required information Click "I am not a robot" Click "Confirm Booking"
USD 288, Central Heights is currently accepting applications for paraprofessionals. For more information contact Terrie Titus at 3521 Ellis Rd., Richmond, KS. or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. USD 288 is an equal opportunity employer.
CHMS football loses to West Franklin in final game of season.
CHMS volleyball loses to Mission Valley in 2nd match.
Check out the live results from league cross country. http://blacksquirrelresults.com/2019/XC/19FlintHillsLyonCoXC.pdf
CHMS volleyball loses to Mission Valley in the first match in 2 games.
Mrs. Sarah Rand and her husband Alex will be on a flight headed to Washington D.C. tomorrow morning. Sarah has been announced as an awardee of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching! Please see the link below. https://www.paemst.org/awardees
This is a reminder that picture retakes are tomorrow.
CHMS football beats Ottawa JV 30-6 in some frigid air. Nice job boys!
Varsity volleyball gives Chase County a run tonight but eventually fell to the bulldogs 1-2.
JV volleyball completes the sweep by a 2-0 second match over Chase County.
JV volleyball wins 2-1 over Chase County in their first match of the evening
Central Heights varsity volleyball dropped their first matchup vs Chase County 0-2
CHMS varsity volleyball loses 2nd match to Chase County
Central Heights middle school football team beat OZ 6-0
Middle school varsity volleyball loses to Chase County 20-25 and 18-25 in first match.
Middle school football, Central Heights leads OZ at halftime 6-0
So many things to say about the man, the mentor, the leader John Schultze! “He is a true gentleman” - Vern Brown “He should be inducted into the ring of ornery” - Rusty Cannady “Trustworthy and Caring” - Artice Wilson “Complete commitment to helping the school” - Buddy Welch “A great Ambassador for Central Heights” - Tom Horstick “An icon for the great culture of Central Heights” - Royce Powelson “He had a unique way to motivate each athlete” - Kevin Tooley
Don’t forget the John Schultze Ring of Honor induction this evening at the school in the Elementary Cafeteria.
Congrats to the JV volleyball team placing 4th at Osage City today
Central Heights leads Oskaloosa 16-0 headed to the second half
MS football falls to West Franklin
Check out the Back to School Newsletter that our new elective: High School Newspaper, created! https://tinyurl.com/y4n2hynv
Volleyball results: Varsity falls in both matches to Lyndon. JV tops Lyndon in both of their matches.
The football game tonight at Pleasant Ridge has been canceled.
CHMS had their jv volleyball tournament at Central Heights today. We would like to thank Anderson County, Osawatomie, and Ottawa for attending! All 4 teams represented their teams well! All the patrons from those districts should be proud of the way the girls represented their schools! We would also like to say thank you to the coaches for doing a great job today as well!
The CHMS B and C team were in action in there home tournament today. The B team went 3-0 and won the tournament. The C team went 2-1 and had the same record as Osawatomie, but beat them and won the tournament because of the head to head tiebreaker! It was a great day to be a Viking! Way to go girls!
Final score Vikings 6 Chargers 31
Viking score on 4th and 15 by way of a touchdown pass to Detwiler! 40 seconds left in the third quarter Vikings 6 Chargers 25
Vikings trail Alma Waubunsee 0-19 at the half.
Vikings trail the Chargers 0-12 after one quarter of play
The high school junior varsity game on Monday will be played at Pleasant Ridge.
MS football falls to NLC 0-38
After one quarter of play MS football trails NLC 0-14
MS JV and C team both won their volleyball matches vs NLC
MS varsity volleyball fell in their second match vs NLC 0-2
We have had a small shower here at school, the football stands will be wet so bring a towel or something to dry them off!!
JV volleyball wins second match in two sets vs Northern Heights
Varsity volleyball fell in the second match of the evening vs Northern Heights
Varsity volleyball lost the first match in two games, JV won in three vs Northern Heights
Champions of Learning! The Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Symposium was a great learning experience for this CHES group.
Final Score Central Heights 0 Council Grove 36
After three quarters of play CH 0 CG 30
At the half Central Heights trails Council Grove 0-12
The Middle School football game for tonight has been cancelled and rescheduled for Monday night at 6:30.
Don't forget elementary pictures are tomorrow!
Don't forget elementary pictures are this Thursday, September 12th!
CHMS varsity volleyball loses to Osawatomie in the 3rd game 15-11.
CHMS volleyball wins 2nd game against Osawatomie 25-18, going to a 3rd game! Nice job girls!
CHMS volleyball loses 1st game to Osawatomie 25-13.
CHMS varsity volleyball loses 2nd match to Jayhawk-Lynn 25-14 In Osawatomie tournament.
CHMS varsity volleyball loses to Jayhawk-Linn 25-17 in the Osawatomie tournament.
CHMS varsity volleyball loses 2nd game of match to Prairie. View 25-15 at Osawatomie tournament.
CHMS varsity Volleyball lose 1st game to Prairie View 25-7 at Osawatomie tournament.
What's Better Than 1 Kindergartener Reading? ALL 31 KINDERGARTENERS READING! "THANK YOU SO MUCH TO OUR KINDERGARTEN DONORS! Every Kindergartener at Central Heights will receive a free book each month during the 2019 - 20 school year. First book of the year is "If you Give a Mouse a Brownie". Keep spreading the love of reading. Keep giving your love! Keep showing your sunshine!" - Mrs. Tyner
Please go to the App store or Google play store and download our school app to keep updated! Make sure you go to setting and allow push notifications from district office to get the most importation information. If you need help call the middle school office 785-869-3555 X 1101.
Elementary school pictures will be next Thursday, September 12th!
CHMS football loses 44-6 to Council Grove.
JV volleyball falls in a close third set to lose vs OZ
CHMS 55 yard touchdown run by Colton Caswell 2 point conversion no good 30-6
CHMS football down 30-0 with 7:11 left in the game to Council Grove.
JV volleyball headed to three sets after splitting the first two vs Osawatomie
CHMS football down 22-0 with 5:50 left in the 3rd quarter.
JV volleyball beat Prairie View in two sets
Varsity volleyball fell to both Osawatomie and Prairie View in two sets each.
CHMS football down 16-0 at halftime.
CHMS football down 16-0 with 3:58 to go in first half vs Council Grove.
CHMS C team wins 2nd game of 2nd match 25-22! Nice job ladies!
CHMS varsity volleyball loses 2nd game of 2nd match 25- 17 go to 0-2 on the season.
CHMS C team volleyball loses 1st game 25-18
CHMS volleyball varsity loses to Council Grove 25-10 in 1st game of 2nd Match.
CHMS volleyball B team wins 1st match in 3 games.
CHMS volleyball loses first match to Council Grove in 2 games.
CHMS B team volleyball beats Council Grove 25-19 in first game.
CHMS varsity volleyball loses first game to Council Grove 25-11.
Don't forget middle school/high school pictures are tomorrow!