Here are the 2 links to be able to watch the middle school basketball games tomorrow vs Lyndon. This link will be showing Jv Girls and both varsity teams: https://www.facebook.com/CentralHeightsUsd288/ This link will be showing the JV boys and both C games: https://www.facebook.com/centralheightsmiddleschool/
Here are the livestream events for the middle school basketball games at Mission Valley tonight. The old gym is a jv game and the two C team games. The new gym is a jv game and both varsity games. Old Gym: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPeEYpehVkJ6_wszDghvzsg/ New Gym: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpFy2KS3S2XVOnY9fYnYJgQ
The high school basketball games scheduled for January 5 at West Franklin have been moved to Saturday, December 19.
Please subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch our events live. We need 1,000 subscribers before we will be able to live stream! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6--Iwmw-u0eUvanNxKXMbQ?view_as=subscriber
The Central Heights Friends of the FFA auction is online this year and can be found by following this link: https://www.apro.bid/auction/2789/bidgallery/ The online auction started last week and ends Dec 3rd. All proceeds go to support the Central Heights FFA Chapter and Scholarships for their Graduating Seniors! Thank you for your support! Aaron Cubit and Nathaniel McGee
Please visit the link below for important winter activity updates from KSHSAA, http://www.kshsaa.org/public/pdf/winteractivitybodbrief.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3bFZaGp1Lf8jg51oefjOUxsTqQ7JqD5BvVb3TOWTPrzfDAV8LN0rkqdVI
The Central Heights Friends of the FFA auction is online this year and can be found by following this link: https://www.apro.bid/auction/2789/bidgallery/ The online auction starts tonight and ends Dec 3rd. All proceeds go to support the Central Heights FFA Chapter and Scholarships for their Graduating Seniors! Thank you for your support! Aaron Cubit and Nathaniel McGee
Middle School basketball practice for the rest of the week has been cancelled. Practice will resume Monday, November 30th. Girls will practice at 5:30 AM and boys will practice after school at 3:25.
Varsity boys middle school basketball lose to Council Grove in a home contest.
C team boys basketball loses to Council Grove at home by a score of 20-31.
Jv girls basketball beat Council Grove in a home contest. Nice job Ladies!!
Jv boys middle school basketball loses to Council Grove at home.
The Central Heights Friends of the FFA auction is online this year and can be found by following this link: https://www.apro.bid/auction/2789/bidgallery/ The online auction starts tonight and ends Dec 3rd. All proceeds go to support the Central Heights FFA Chapter and Scholarships for their Graduating Seniors! Thank you for your support! Aaron Cubit and Nathaniel McGee
C team girls middle school basketball lose at Osage City.
Varsity boys middle school basketball lose at Osage City.
C team boys middle school basketball defeats the Osage City Indians in an away game.
Boys middle school basketball down 16-24 at the half against Osage City.
Varsity girls middle school basketball lose at Osage City.
Varsity girls middle school basketball down 4-15 at halftime in Osage City.
Jv boys middle school basketball lose at Osage city by a score of 13-23.
Jv Middle school girls basketball team lose at Osage City 13-33.
The Second and Third Grade Music Program scheduled for December 2, 2020 is postponed. We hope to present a music program in the Spring.
Due to COVID we will not be having the senior citizen holiday dinner this year. We hope to see you all next year.
Boys varsity basketball loses at Lyndon by a score of 17-31 in middle school basketball.
C team girls basketball loses 9-13 at Lyndon in middle school basketball.
Varsity girls middle school basketball loses at Lyndon 13-25.
C team boys middle school basketball wins against Lyndon at Lyndon. The boys teams are 2-0 tonight with the boys varsity game in about 15-20 minutes. Watch live on Lyndon’s Facebook page.
JV middle school boys basketball win by a score of 22-7 at Lyndon. Nice job boys!
JV middle school girls basketball lose at Lyndon.
Middle school away basketball games will only be allowed 2 spectators per athlete. If you are not on the pass list you will NOT be allowed in. If you have a child under 2 years of age they will not count as a ticket. Please share with anyone you know, we would not want someone to travel and then be turned away.
The Viking basketball teams go 5-1 on the night to represent the middle school!! We are proud of our players and our coaches for their hard work and success tonight!
Central Heights boys A basketball team beats NLC by a score of 44-37. Nice job gentleman!!!
Varsity boys middle school basketball lead North Lyon County 24-18 at halftime.
C team girls basketball plays a half game and wins 5-2 vs NLC. Way to go girls!!!
C team boys middle school basketball lose 19-26 against North Lyon County.
Varsity girls basketball win against Northern Heights with a final score of 25-13. Nice job Lady Vikings!
Varsity middle school girls basketball lead 15-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter against North Lyon County.
Halftime of boys C team basketball the Vikings lead 13-10..
Middle school girls basketball lead 14-2 in the varsity game at halftime.
Jv girls middle school basketball win 16-5 Vs North Lyon County!
Jv boys middle school basketball wins 36-11 vs North Lyon County!
Thank You ,Veterans! From the Central Heights students and staff https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKMt8pkE7U0&feature=youtu.be
Middle School boys basketball will have practice tomorrow morning at 5:30.
Patrons please remember you may not enter the middle school basketball games without a ticket given to you by the student athlete. We have guidelines we must follow. Thanks for your cooperation so our student athletes can compete in a safe manner and with some fans at least.
Patrons please do not show up for our middle school basketball games until at least 3:45. This will allow our students some time to clear the building and cut down on the amount of contact between people.
Central Heights Drama Department is proud to present Artifice by Anne Flanagan! The show will run Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th at 7 pm. Doors open at 6:30 to the public. Tickets are $6 and are first come first serve due to social distancing and COVID precautions. Please call the office at 785-869-3555 or email email@example.com to reserve your seats today! Masks will be required by audience members during the entire performance. Come support the cast and crew! You don't want to miss out!
Don't forget remote student pictures are Monday, November 9th!
Congrats to London (6th Grade) on his grand prize winnings for entering his "poem-kin" into our drawing from our A Nightmare on Ellis Rd. event. Another big congrats to Savannah (7th Grade) for winning our survey drawing! Everyone who participated made this event a huge success, and we are so thankful for you!
Central Heights USD 288 is looking for a Technology Director. You can find more information via the link below or by contacting Terrie Titus in the District Office. https://bit.ly/2HYKvIz
Central Heights falls to Jackson Heights 0-26
Remote student picture day has been rescheduled for Monday, November 9th. If you would like to keep the time you had or if you need to change it please contact Karrie Matile at 785-869-3455 X 1101.
Back in School: 10-28 Kansas gas has determined that there is no gas leak at USD 288 and they have cleared us to return to school. Our maintenance staff is currently working with both Kansas Gas and local vendors to eliminate the remaining "gas smell". We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.
No School 10-27: There will be no school today 10-27, as Kansas Gas investigates a gas smell in the building please spread the word to all our patrons. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Family Activities with Mrs. Smith's Pumpkin Patch! Enjoy a corn maze, a hayride, carve a pumpkin, make your own bubbly witches brew or creepy halloween slime, and much more! Have fun with the activities together as a family! Don't forget to fill out the survey from the yellow bag your child brings home! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vRaRiz9RbyI6oEKvmYtfUEtXjouxujRCCCCcUMW8hzBOr8aS-cSW4R8Nfdxr0ShU0K_6sa4Dmbs93jt/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000
The portal has been opened. Enter if you dare! 1...2.... Literacy is coming for you. #dontfallasleep 👻🖤 https://sites.google.com/usd288.org/anightmareonellisrd/home
Don't forget tomorrow is picture day for remote students and retake day for students who would like retakes or missed the day pictures were taken.
Both middle school boys’ and girls’ practice will be AFTER school tomorrow, Monday, October 26th due to possible weather conditions.
Remote students will have pictures on October 27th. Please call 785-869-3455X1101 to set up a time for your student's pictures. You will enter the elementary lunchroom doors. Retakes for remote students will be November 9th. Please call 785-869-3455X1101 for retakes.
CHES PTA ONLINE BOOK FAIR! October 19 - November 1, 2020 Clink the link below for more information! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQVjTRl8kyidgQdSGC8NvEHXO7lfwFOlzq4Y2twOEJvYcwcWqBQt2GOE0JIfhMnHrq3Dg27VmhALSz8/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000
CHMS girls volleyball lose to Council Grove 14-25, 20-25. They end the tournament going 1-2 on the day.
CHMS beats North Lyon County in the 2nd match of the day 25-14, 25-19. Nice job ladies!!
CHMS loses to Chase County in its first match at the Flint Hills League tournament 21-25, 14-25. They will play North Lyon County next.
The final score Vikings 14 Uniontown 25
Please make sure you have a physical on file at school if you plan on playing basketball for the muddle school. We also need your concussion form and COVID form signed and turned in as well. We are looking forward to the start of Winter Sports!!!!!!!!
Middle school practice will start on Monday. The girls will have practice from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Followed by the boys at 12:00 to 2:00 pm.
Middle school football down 0-30 at the half to Council Grove.
CHMS VB results vs Mission Valley: Varsity 0-2 JV 0-1 C-Team 0-1
CHHS Varsity drops their second set of the match 21-25
CHHS JV drops their second set and match vs Council Grove. Varsity up next.
Varsity Volleyball drops their first match Vs Council Grove, JV is up next.
Fans who will be attending the middle school football game at Council Grove on 10/15 will be required to wear a mask to get into the game.
It's Time to Pick up your Trash Bags Orders at CHES! October 12 until 6:00 P.M. and October 13 from 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. All trash bags orders can be picked up at the northwest end of the Elementary. PTA officers are there to help you.
There will NOT be a middle school football tonight. Middle School football players will not have a practice either.
Don’t forget if you can not make it to the middle school football game tonight it will be live streamed on our Central Heights Facebook page!
Topeka Capital-Journal, story on Central Heights Football turnaround. https://www.cjonline.com/sports/20201005/central-heights-enjoying-best-season-since-2013
CHMS football team loses to Jayhawk-Linn in a home contest.
CHMS Varsity Volleyball defeats Jayhawk Linn 2-0 in their second match of the evening.
CHMS C-Team Volleyball loses to Jayhawk Linn
CHMS Varsity Volleyball loses in two sets to Jayhawk Linn
CHMS JV volleyball defeats Jayhawk Linn in two.
CHMS Varsity Volleyball loses in two sets to Chase County in the second matchup of the evening
CHMS C-Team drops the first set then comes back to defeat Chase County
CHMS A team loses to Chase County in game three and drop the match.
CHMS B team defeats Chase County in game 3 to win the match! Way to battle lady Vikings!!!
CHMS A team volleyball loses to Chase county in game 2. Going to a 3rd game as well!
CHMS B team volleyball loses their 2nd game to Chase County. Going to game 3!
CHMS A team wins the first game 25-23 in volleyball!
CHMS B team volleyball comes from behind to win game one vs Chase County 25-23!
Central Heights defeated Jayhawk Linn 24-6. Well done gentlemen!
Central Heights leads Jayhawk Linn 12-0 at the half
Nice kickoff return for a touchdown by the Vikings!!!
Middle school football down to West Franklin at halftime in a home contest.
MS volleyball at NLC: Varsity defeated NLC in their first match 2-0. JV won in two as well.
Don't forget middle and high school pictures are tomorrow!
In the Elementary Library we are learning about Freedom and the Statue of Liberty! Did you know? 1. Frederic Bartholdi copied his mother's face for the Statue of Liberty. 2. One of the Statue of Liberty's fingers, is the size of your dad. 3. The eyeball of the Statue is the size of a child. 4. The statue's sandal is 25 feet long.
Remote students will have pictures on October 27th. Please call 785-869-3455X1101 to set up a time for your student's pictures. You will enter the elementary lunchroom doors. Retakes for remote students will be November 9th. Please call 785-869-3455X1101 for retakes.
Congratulations to our CHMS cross country team! 10 of them went to the Wellsville meet today, and all 10 of them brought home medals! They did an awesome job, they work their tails off in ways most of people will never understand, and they (AND their high school counterparts) bring it every...single...week. You all make CH proud! #VikingStrong 7th GRADE 2 MILE: (Boys) Aydan Dunbar - 3rd Hunter Johnson - 6th Aidan Howland - 11th Cash Miller - 18th (Girls) Arabella Dunbar - 8th 8th GRADE 2 MILE: (Boys) Connor Burkdoll - 2nd Cody Hammond - 3rd Owen Miller - 4th (Girls) Melaney Chrisjohn - 2nd Kaylee Holstine - 5th
Check out our 2020 Central Heights Homecoming Video. Thanks to everyone that made this year's homecoming a success! https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=361490731706522&extid=UA6LVCFwjZfgwGKN
There will NOT be a C team middle school volleyball game tomorrow night! Please pass this along!!! Thank you!!
High school and Middle school picture day is this Friday, September 25th. Any elementary students who need retakes will also be this Friday, September 25th.
C team middle school volleyball drops the match to Anderson County. The Ladies represented CH in a great way today! We are proud of you!
C team volleyball middle school girls lose their first game to Anderson County.
C team volleyball wins the match against Osawatomie! Nice job ladies!!! Way to battle!!!!
C team middle school volleyball has split its first 2 games with Osawatomie! Going to game 3, first one to 15!
Central Heights A team defeat Ottawa in 2 games to win the match. They go 3-0 on the day!!!! Nice job Ladies
Central Heights A team defeats Ottawa in its first game in middle school Volleyball!
Central Heights B team defeats the Central Heights C team in middle school volleyball to go 3-0 on the day! Second tournament in a row of going 3-0!! Nice job Ladies!!!!
Central Heights B team middle school volleyball wins their 2nd match against Anderson County! Go to 2-0 on the day.
Central Heights A team middle school volleyball wins their first game against Anderson County!
Central Heights B team middle school volleyball wins their first game against Anderson County!
Central Heights A team middle school volleyball wins their first match against Osawatomie! Nice job Ladies!!
Central Heights B team middle school volleyball wins their first match against Osawatomie! Nice job Ladies!
Central Heights A team middle school volleyball wins their first game against Osawatomie!
Central Heights B team wins their first game against Osawatomie!
Our middle school volleyball tournament will be live streamed on our Facebook page. Log on to see some Viking Volleyball!!
The Vikings defeat the Wildcats 37-0 on homecoming! Great job guys!
Vikings take a 17-0 lead into half time over Northern Heights
Vikings lead 7-0 after one quarter of play.
Middle school football loses at Osage City.
Middle school football down after 3 quarters at Osage City.
Middle school football down 0-22 at the half at Osage City.
Middle school football down0-8 after the 1st quarter at Osage City.
For tonight’s middle school volleyball the A team will be in the high school gym and the B and C teams will be in the middle school gym.
Just a reminder that the middle school cross country meet for today at Wellsville has been moved to Monday 9/21. It will start at 4:30 and there will only be two races girls at 4:30 followed by the boys.
Middle school home volleyball tournament this Saturday we are allowing 2 spectators per participant. You must wear a mask. Thank you!
Middle school volleyball and football will travel to Osage City on Thursday. There is no spectator restrictions as far as how many may attend. Please wear a mask if you are going inside for volleyball, and recommended for football.
Middle School football and volleyball at Osage on Thursday will have unlimited seating.
CHMS A team loses to Osawatomie to end the day. They played hard and gave it their all!
CHMS B team volleyball comes from behind to beat Osawatomie. The ladies went 3-0 on the day! Great job Ladies! We are proud of you!!
B team loses 2nd game to Osawatomie, first one to 15 wins the match in this next game!
CHMS A team loses to Jayhawk Linn. They will face Osawatomie next.
CHMS B team wins first game against Osawatomie. Finish strong Lady Vikings! Great job!!
CHMS A team loses first game to Jayhawk Linn 19-25 at Oz tournament.
CHMS B team defeats Jayhawk Linn in 2nd match of the day at the Oz tournament. They are 2-0 on the day!! Great job Lady Vikings go get that 3rd match!!
CHMS B team pulls out the win in the 3rd game against Prairie View at OZ tournament! Way to show Viking power and get the win!!
CHMS B team wins first game against Prairie View and drips 2nd game at Osawatomie tournament. Game 3 starting now.
CHMS A team loses first match to PV at Osawatomie tournament.
CHMS volleyball loses to Prairie View in first game. If Osawatomie tournament.
The Vikings fall to the Eagles. Homecoming next week vs Northern Heights.
The Vikings trail the Olpe Eagles at the half.
Middle School football down 0-40 at halftime to West Franklin.
West Franklin scores to open up the 2nd quarter in Middle School football.
West Franklin scores in middle school football to go up 16-0 in the first quarter.
West Franklin scores in the first quarter of the middle school football game and goes up 8-0.
A team middle school volleyball loses the 2nd match to West Franklin to end the night.
C team middle school volleyball loses game 2 and then comes back in game 3 to take the match!! Way to battle lady Vikings!!!!!
CHMS A team volleyball loses 1st game of 2nd match 20-25. Game 2 up in 3 minutes.
C team middle school volleyball wins their first game of the night 25-15. Nice job Lady Vikings!! Game 2 up in 3 minutes.
CHMS A team volleyball loses to West Franklin in 2 games in their first match of the night.
CHMS B team volleyball beats West Franklin in 2 games in their match. Nice job Lady Vikings!!!
Central Heights is accepting applications for a full time substitute. You must have a teaching degree. Please email Terrie Titus at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Below is the link to the live stream for the football at Olpe tomorrow night: https://www.facebook.com/OlpeSchools
MS volleyball JV and C-team both dropped their second matchup of the night vs Burlington.
Middle School volleyball results: JV defeats Prairie View in two, C-team defeated Prairie View in three. Great start to the evening Vikings!
Are you looking for a great opportunity to work with our AMAZING students? We have the job just for you! We are accepting applications for substitute teachers and para subs. Please contact Terrie Titus at email@example.com or call at 785-869-3455 X 1212.
C team middle school volleyball loses to Council Grove.
B team loses to Council Grove in volleyball.
A team middle school volleyball loses both matches to Council Grove it it’s season opener.
Middle school football loses to Council Grove 38-0 in the home opener for the Vikings.
We will be streaming our middle school games tonight. Make sure to check out our Central Heights Facebook Page.
Last Chance to get some Central Heights gear and support the Viking Football Team. https://stores.inksoft.com/ws39731/shop/home
Don't forget fall sports pictures are tomorrow, September 4th. Please bring your uniforms with you.
Don't forget tomorrow, September 3rd is elementary picture day!
Central Heights Viking Football Fundraiser. Help support the Viking Football Team and get some really nice Viking Gear as well. Sale ends on Thursday. https://stores.inksoft.com/WS39731/shop/home
All Registered Nurse applications must be received by this Friday, August 28. If you have any questions please contact Terrie Titus at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a middle school girls volleyball parent meeting on Thursday, August 27th at 5:15 in the big gym.
There will be a high school parent volleyball meeting on Wednesday, August 26th at 6:00 p.m. in the big gym.
Are you looking for some new Viking gear? The volleyball team will be selling some items for the next couple of days. Please go to the following link to check it out. https://stores.inksoft.com/WS39317/shop/home
YESSSS! The first day of school is ALMOST HERE! If you are posting a first day photo, whether it's on Friday or Monday, in-person or remote, be sure to make the photo public and use the hashtag #FirstDayFor288! We can't wait to see your smiling faces (wearing a mask)! 😁😷
-- FOR REMOTE STUDENTS ONLY -- Please fill out this form if you are a remote student/parent regarding a Grab-and-Go lunch/breakfast pick-up option. https://forms.gle/ES1Mfd78dhK9jpwz6
Way to go Mrs. Smith! Way to represent Central Heights School! https://www.facebook.com/TheHoldernessfamily/videos/608128843212310/?vh=e&extid=9t36XWo93cVjNDQH
Please watch our short video on back to school procedures . For more information make sure to read the "Back to School Plan" on the district website. https://www.facebook.com/CentralHeightsUsd288/posts/3136419343140668
The mandatory meeting for remote students/parents will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30pm. If want to attend in-person we will be located in the theater, if you would prefer to attend on-line use the following link. https://zoom.us/j/92473695881
There is a mandatory meeting for remote students/parents in the theater on Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30 PM. This meeting will cover the remote handbook/contract, and have your student’s supplies ready for pick-up for the start of the school year.
HS Football Upcoming Events 8/13 - Parent Meeting @ 6pm (if you need access to the link please email Coach Risch, email@example.com) 8/14 - Player Meeting/Required Videos/Equipment Checkout @ 3:30pm in the Theater 8/17 - Practice 3:40-5:30pm 8/18 - Practice 3:40-5:30pm 8/19 - Meeting 6:30-7:30am & Practice 3:40-5:30pm 8/20 - Practice 3:40-5:30pm 8/21 - Meeting 6:30-7:30am & Practice 3:40-5:30pm 8/22 - Practice 9:00-10:30am
7th and 8th-grade middle school football practice will be Monday, August 17 through Friday, August 21st from 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM.
Middle School Volleyball practice will start on August 17th at 9:00 AM and end at 11:00 AM. Please make sure to bring your signed physical, concussion form, and KSHSAA COVID form with you.
To help us to prepare for the school year, please fill out this form for either Remote or In-Class Learning for your son/daughter. Wether you choose Remote or In-Class Learning you will still need to enroll your student. https://forms.gle/XGVLzAm2NXT92evj8
After School Literacy Program Ends at CHES CHES was not awarded continuation of the after school literacy grant, Kansas Reading Roadmap - HEROES. Therefore, our amazing program coordinator, Mrs. Sonya Croci, will be leaving us. We wish to thank her for the diligence and passion she brought to the program, students, and tutors. Our best wishes in your future endeavors, Mrs. Croci! If you wish to send a card to her, please use the school address, 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond, Kansas.
The Special Board of Education meeting is tonight at 7 PM. Use the link below to watch a live stream of the meeting on YouTube. https://youtu.be/Yc6YKJLTO1I
Middle School football camp has been cancelled.
Special BOE Meeting Location: In order to comply with all social distancing and safety mandates, tonight's Special BOE Meeting will take place in the auditorium. Hope to see you there!
Summer Activities at USD 288. Students and Parents, As of right now, we will continue with scheduled summer activities at USD 288, following all social distancing and mask suggestions provided by Franklin County Health. Early next week, an executive order is expected from Governor Kelly addressing education and related activities. If this executive order mandates changes to summer activities, we may have to adjust or alter plans. This is a very fluid situation and we will work to keep you updated. Please continue to monitor our website and social media for updates.
Parents and Students, Online enrollment is now open! On-site enrollment will take place August 3rd from 7:30 AM-7:00 PM. Central Heights plans to return to in-person instruction and resume scheduled activities when allowed on September 9th. We will also be offering "remote learning" for parents that do not feel safe sending students to school at that time. Please enroll ASAP and follow our web page and social media for updates.
Now Hiring, Evening Custodian. This is a full-time position, with full district benefits, starting immediately. Please contact Terrie Titus in the District Office to apply: (785) 869-3455
Dear Central Heights Parents, Below is a brief "Return to School Survey". Please take a moment to fill out the survey and let us know your thoughts and concerns. The data collected will help our faculty, staff and administration make back to school plans. https://forms.gle/DNn3rwP68p2oc5GF8
The Central Heights School District would like to wish Mr. Brian Spencer a happy retirement! Mr. Spencer has had a major impact on education in the State of Kansas in his 33 years of education. The five years leading the Vikings have been no different as he has helped us overcome many obstacles during his tenure. Mr. Spencer mentioned the most memorable moment at Central Heights was the water test over Christmas Break of 2017. Mr. Spencer will be forever remembered for his infectious laughter and “good mornin’” during any part of the day. Thank you, Mr. Spencer, for all that you do, for showing us how to enjoy each day and always pushing us to do what is best for kids! Enjoy your retirement!
The school will be doing physicals for any student wanting to participate in any sports this year on July 29th from 3:00-7:00 pm. The cost is $20.00 per physical. Please make sure you use the new form that was emailed out. If you need a copy of the physical please email Karrie Matile at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kimberly Kraft at email@example.com.
All Central Heights students going into grades 6-12 are invited to being Summer Athletic Development tomorrow morning from 6:30am - 8:00am. ** Please bring your own water bottle with your name on it. ** We will meet at the flag pole by the MS entrance. Our plan is to be outside unless there is bad weather. The workout plan for this week is designed so that students are able to stay 6’ apart during the entire workout. We will be recording attendance and temperature as students arrive in the morning to ensure even more safety for our students. If you have questions, contact Coach Risch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-869-3555 (x1105)
Gates for graduation will open at 12:00. To listen to the ceremony, either at home or at the event, tune your radios to KOFO 12:20 AM or103.7 FM. We will also Live Stream the event on the Central Heights USD 288 Facebook page. The restroom facilities will not be open or accessible
Congratulations to Mrs. Jean Nilges on her retirement from Central Heights. Mrs. Nilges has worked with a vast number of children over many years and we extend a deep and gracious “Thank You” to her! Mrs. Nilges holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Education from Mid-America Nazarene. She has 42 additional credit hours, mostly in the field of reading. Mrs. Nilges taught at the Heidi and Peter Preschool for seven years, Head Start in Lawrence for one year, was the Director at the Daycare Center for two years, a paraprofessional in Ottawa for two years and a substitute teacher in Ottawa for 10 years. She has spent the last 15 years at Central Heights Elementary. At CHES she taught third graders for four years, prekindergarten children for two years, kindergarten students for 1 year, and then eight years as the Reading Recovery and Title I Reading teacher. Getting to know her students and their families, watching the students grow academically, and seeing them grow up is something she remembers fondly. She has stayed in contact with many of her students over the years. Mrs. Nilges remembers learning from and about her co-workers. She loves the family atmosphere. “It is great how we pull together for each other when we need to. I will never forget building a milk jug igloo in the library with Mrs. Smith.” She has been married to Lynn Nilges for eight years. Together they have 16 grandchildren. Their large family has had some great celebrations. They are looking forward to many more to come. Mrs. Nilges will be spending more time with her father who is in a nursing home facility. The Nilges’ hope to do some traveling and spend time on special projects around the house including planting lots of beautiful flowers. Mrs. Nilges states she will miss her very dear friends at CHES. If things ever get back to normal, she would like to do some substitute teaching. The CHES staff would like that too, Mrs. Nilges!
The Central Heights School District would like to wish Mr. Michael Carey a happy retirement! Mr. Carey has been wandering the hallways with his side secured belt and a pencil behind his ear for 26 years. But has served in education for a total of 42 years. Teaching business, theology and the best computer science teacher this side of the Mississippi, Mr. Carey has also had an impact by coaching football, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track as well as many other duties such as CTE coordinator. Mr. Carey has thoroughly enjoyed his time at Central Heights as both a student and a teacher, but those of us within the district have some very distinct memories that stick out with his dry sarcastic humor. Most notably, during inservice confessing his long forgotten (high school) crush on another staff member. Mr. Carey has shown passion for education and the Viking Community and we will truly miss the laughter he provides each day. We wish him the best of luck as he has more time with family including his Wife Deb, Son Chris, Daughters, Ashley and Malissa as well as five grandchildren. Mr. Carey plans to stay active within the Central Heights School system and community.
The Central Heights School District would like to wish Mrs. Jeanette Lowry a happy retirement! Mrs. Lowry has had a huge impact on the Viking Family teaching in the district for 21 years (26 years overall) including Spanish I, II, and III, Introduction to Spanish, and Multiculture Class. In addition to her teaching impact, Mrs. Lowry has also sponsored the Spanish Club and served as a junior class sponsor. Mrs. Lowry’s favorite part of her time at Central Heights was bonding with her students. The students will miss her unconventional ways to get their attention and learn new concepts! We appreciate all that Mrs. Lowry has done for the students of Central Heights. We wish her good luck and safe travels as she looks to spend more time with family (Daughter and Son-In-Law Megan and James Osladil, Daughter Marissa Lowry, and Grandchildren Emma, Brodie and Madison Osladil and travel to different states.
Summer Athletic Development starts June 1st. The focus will be on athletic development & injury prevention. We will monitor guidelines from the state & county to ensure student safety. If you have questions, contact Coach Risch at email@example.com or 785-869-3555 (x1105)
The Central Heights School District would like to wish Mrs. Deborah Hampton a happy retirement! Mrs. Hampton has had a huge impact on the Viking Family teaching in the district for 26 years including American History, Economics, high school English, Speech, and Drama. In addition to her teaching impact, Mrs. Hampton has also sponsored plays, musicals, forensics, Student Council, National Honor Society, Central Heights Fellowship Club, Cheerleading, Dance, Pep Club, as well as serving as a class sponsor for both juniors and seniors. Mrs. Hampton’s favorite part of her time at Central Heights was watching all four of her children walk across the stage as Viking graduates. We appreciate the immense impact Mrs. Hampton has had on students and staff during her time at Central Heights and wish her the best of luck in the future!
The Central Heights School District would like to wish Mr. David Clayton a happy retirement! Mr. Clayton has taught for 40 years, including 15 as a middle school math teacher at Central Heights. Including the impact of working in the classroom for 40 years, Mr. Clayton influenced students through supervising the Tech Lab, assisting with high school football, head coach for high school girls basketball, assisting high school boys basketball, golf, robotics, sponsoring a middle school math contest, leading Biddy Ball, and working as a clock/scorekeeper during middle school games. Mr. Clayton’s most memorable moment at Central Heights was the substate basketball tournament at Erie with Coach Percy and Coach Lane. But appreciates the thousands and thousands of laughs with students, faculty, and staff. We appreciate all that you have done for the Viking Family Mr. Clayton and wish you the best of luck with your family, riding your bike, and working with Picket Fence Properties!
Central Heights Students Check in is May 18 and May 19 from 8AM to 6PM. The PTA is handing out Dilly Bars and Sonic Drink Tokens to all CHES students! Even if you have no items to check in - come by for your treats! Please label your technology device with your name, grade, teacher's name, and if there are any problems with the device. Label and sack your paperwork. Please return library books and musical instruments. Third Graders - you will receive ingredients for Bread in a Bag - an activity your teachers had planned for the classroom. We hope to see you on Monday and Tuesday!
Class of 2020: Josh Tompson is the son of Tim and Josetta Thompson. During his time at Central Heights High School, Josh participated in FCCLA, FCA, FBLA, Football, Powerlifting, and Track. After graduation, Josh plans to enter the workforce as a Journeyman Lineman. Josh was a leader on the Football field for the Vikings earning recognition as 2nd Team All-League O-Line and D-Line. Josh’s most meaningful memories at Central Heights happened in the football locker room. He would tell you about them, but what happens in the football locker room stays in the football locker room. If Josh could give the underclassman any advice it would be to work hard and stay on top of your priorities, but don’t forget to have fun! Congratulations Josh! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Tyler Stevenson is the son of Kendall Stevenson and Beverly Hines. During his time at Central Heights High School, Tyler participated in Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Honor Flight. After graduation, Tyler plans to attend Ottawa University to major in finance. Tyler will also be a member of the OU Cross Country and Track teams in the fall. Tyler is a decorated runner, earning several awards during his time in high school including a 2018 2A XC Team Champion, 2x state runner-up as a team, Academic All-State selection for the 2019 Cross Country season by the KCCTFCA, 3x individual state medalist for both XC and Track and Field, and the All Herald boys cross-country athlete of the year for both 2018 and 2019. Tyler’s most memorable experiences at Central Heights include going to state Cross Country and Track. Tyler’s advice to the underclassmen would be to fight the system and follow your heart. Congratulations Tyler! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Tyler Silvis is the son of Rhonda Silvis and Jason Julich. During his time at Central Heights High School, he participated in FFA (2 years as an officer), and served as a Baseball manager. After graduation Tyler plans to enter the workforce as a general laborer. Tyler’s most meaningful experiences at Central Heights have been his time as an FFA officer. Serving as an officer has truly taught him the meaning of leadership. Tyler’s advice to the underclassmen would be to stay focused, work hard, and hold your head up. Congratulations Tyler! We are so proud of the person you have become!
This Friday, May 15th, 8:00pm - 8:20pm we will turn on the stadium lights at Central Heights. We want to invite students, parents, and community members to drive through our parking lot, staff will be there and are excited to see everyone one last time this school year. Please keep in mind that we need to adhere to all state and county distancing guidelines, so please stay in your cars and do not congregate. We hope to see everyone this Friday!!
Class of 2020: Mathew Sellars is the son of Margo Bell. During his time at Central Heights High School, he was a member of the Football team and participated in Art Club. After graduation, Mathew plans to attend Emporia State University to pursue a degree in History Education. Mathew’s most memorable moment at Central Heights was his first day during 8th hour when Jonathan crawled on the floor with a plant in front of his face singing the mission impossible theme song. Mathew’s advice to the underclassmen would be if you do your homework everything will be fine. Congratulations Mathew! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Ryder Roll is the son of Stacy and Dan Roll. During his time at Central Heights High School, Ryder participated in Track and Field, Scholars Bowl, FBLA, Spanish Club, and Yearbook. After graduation, Ryder plans to attend the University of Kansas to major in pharmacy. Ryder plans to pursue a career in retail pharmacy or hospital pharmacy. Ryder has been recognized as a Kansas Honors Scholar and received the Governor’s Scholar Award. He has also earned the title of Valedictorian for completion of high school with a perfect 4.0 G.P.A. When asked what his most meaningful memory has been during his time at Central Heights, Ryder responded that it was decorating for prom his junior year. He loved the way his class acted like a family and spent the whole day working towards the same goal. Ryder’s advice to underclassmen is to take chances. You'll never know when you'll regret not taking an opportunity. Congratulations Ryder! We cannot wait to see what you will accomplish!
Class of 2020: Hailee Riemer is the daughter of Tom and Katie Riemer. During her time at Central Heights High School, Hailee participated in Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer, FFA, FBLA, Key Club, Pep Club, Swing Group, Honor Flight, FOR Club, and Spanish Club. After graduation, Hailee plans to attend Neosho County Community college to begin working towards an Education degree. Hailee plans to one day get a Master’s degree in Education and be an English teacher. Hailee has received a Service Scholarship and a Cheerleading Scholarship from Neosho County totaling $1,650. Hailee’s most meaningful experience at Central Heights will be how nice and caring the faculty has been. She loved going to a small school where you knew everyone and your friends became family. If Hailee could give any advice to the underclassmen it would be to have fun while you can! You never know if your year will be cut short! Congratulations Hailee! We are so proud of who you have become!
Class of 2020: Harlee Poage is the daughter of Tami Poage. During her time at Central Heights High School, Harlee participated in Spanish Club and Swing Group. After graduation, Harlee plans to attend Flint Hills Technical College to start her education as a dental assistant and then work her way up to become a dental hygienist. Harlee’s favorite memories at Central Heights include spending time with her best friend. If Harlee could give any advice to the underclassmen it would be to DO YOUR HOMEWORK AND TURN IT IN! Congratulations Harlee! We cannot wait to see what you will accomplish!
Class of 2020: Sophie Morris is the daughter of Tamara (Troy) Pucket and Blaze (Ronda) Morris. During her time at Central Heights High School, Sophie participated in FCCLA, Cheerleading, Key Club, Forensics, Drama, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Track, and Volleyball. After graduation, Sophie plans to attend college to further her education. Sophie says that the most meaningful thing about attending Central Heights was having the entire community's support for every club and organization. The advice Sophie would give to the underclassmen would be to do your work, don’t procrastinate, and have fun! You only go through high school once. Congratulations Sophie! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Mason McCurry is the son of Shani and Lance McCurry. During his time at Central Heights High School, Mason participated in Cross Country, Track, FFA, and Band. After graduation, Mason plans to attend the Missouri Welding Institute to pursue a career in welding. Mason’s most meaningful experience at Central Heights would have to be all the success he experienced at state Cross Country. The advice Mason would give to the underclassmen would be that they are in high school now, so try not to act like a child. Congratulations Mason! We are so proud of you!
To Whom it May Concern, In lieu of the awards ceremony, scholarship recipients will be recognized during our graduation ceremony. At this time we are still developing several contingency plans for graduation. However, we plan to alter our program to accommodate scholarship recognition. If you are a scholarship donor please contact the school using the information provided below to ensure that the recipient is recognized. Please email scholarship recipient information to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please Include: Scholarship Name, Student Name(s), and Amount Received. If you have continued questions or concerns, please contact the Central Heights High School office at 785-869-3555. Thank you, Central Heights High School
Class of 2020: Shelbie Miller is the daughter of Bobbie and Travis Miller. During her time at Central Heights High School, Shelbie participated in Cheer, Softball, Swing Group, Volleyball, and Honor Flight. After graduation, Shelbie plans to attend college to pursue a career in Radiology with a specialization in Ultrasound. Shelbie’s most meaningful experience at Central Heights was participating in Honor Flight. She said helping the veterans get through seeing the monuments has been her favorite memory of high school. Shelbie’s advice to the underclassmen would be to study like it’s going out of style and make sure you know how to read a clock so you can use your time wisely. Congratulations Shelbie! We are so proud of the person you have become!
Class of 2020: Victoria Hall-Stephens is the daughter of Jason and Kristin Stephens. During her time at Central Heights High School, Victoria was active in Art Club, Drama, and Swing Group. Victoria is a very talented artist and upon completion of high school, she plans to attend Emporia State University to major in graphic design. When asked what her most memorable experience at Central Heights was, Victoria replied that it was preparing for and performing in this year’s school play. She says there were so many things that tried to prevent the play from happening, but the cast pulled together and put on an amazing show. When asked what advice she would give to the underclassmen Victoria said to keep trying! Not even Covid-19 is stopping us! Congratulations Victoria! We cannot wait to see what you will accomplish!
The Learning Continues Autumn paraded by the Richmond Health Care Center on Wednesday. She made signs and leaned out the car window shouting “Viking First Graders love you!” Several times during the school year Mrs. Horstick and Mrs. Coffman's first graders go to RHCC. They visit, sing, and give cards to the residents. It is so inspiring that our young students come to value our elderly citizens!
Class of 2020: Darbie Lear is the daughter of Jerri and James Beckwith. During her time at Central Heights High School, Darbie was an active participant in Key Club. Darbie dedicated much of her high school career to completing additional courses through Neosho County Community College. Darbie completed her Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate during her junior year and continued to work towards courses she would need for a career in nursing. Darbie plans to attend Neosho County Community College to continue her education in nursing. When asked what her most memorable moment at Central Height was, Darbie replied that it would definitely be the COVID-19 shutdown. Darbie’s advice to the underclassmen would be that if school has to continue online next year, do not procrastinate! Congratulations Darbie! You are going to do great things!
CHES Para-educator Week, April 27 - May 1 If you want to send an email just follow this format: first initial, last name, @usd288.org A big, big shout out to our CHES paras: Angie Malone, Jessica Miller, Cassidy Williams, Daisy Patterson, Sheila Carlson, Anita Thoele, Emily Goranson, Theresa Thoele, Tiffany Holstine, Lisa Huntley, Kim Smith, and Tracy Roehl. You always are always there for the kids and us!
The Elementary PTA would like to invite all families to participate in Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4 - 8. Please reach out to CHES teachers by sending a thank you email, video, or picture of yourself! You can also mail cards or small gifts to your teacher at CHES, 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond, KS 66080. Be sure to write your name on the return address so we know it is for Teacher Appreciation Week. We will make sure it is delivered to your teacher. Teacher favorites can still be found on the school website at usd288.org. Click "Menu," then "Documents," then "Elementary", then "Teacher Favorites." Be creative with this unusual opportunity!
Class of 2020: Hannah Jumet is the daughter of John and Stephanie Jumet. During her time at Central Heights High School, Hannah participated in Swing Group, Band, Drama, Art Club, Student Council, Scholars' Bowl, Volleyball, and FCA. After graduation, Hannah plans to attend Emporia State University to major in music education. While at Emporia State, Hannah will be a member of the Marching Hornets and receive a Music Talent Scholarship in the amount of $1,200 and a Marching Band Scholarship in the amount of $400. Hannah’s most meaningful experience at Central Heights has been being involved in so many activities. It has given her a chance to really figure out who she is and create new friendships. Hannah’s advice to the underclassmen would be that life is too short to spend it in the dark. If there is something you think might be really cool, like a club or activity, join it! High School is a great time to try new things and figure out who you are. “Don’t waste time trying to be like anybody but yourself because the things that make you strange are the things that make you powerful.” - Ben Platt Congratulations Hannah! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Taylor Jilek is the daughter of Dustin Jilek and Carrie Shaffer. During her time at Central Heights High School, Taylor was an active participant in rodeo. Taylor is a member of the United Rodeo Association and the Kansas High School Rodeo Association. Following graduation, Taylor plans to attend Neosho County Community College to pursue a career in nursing. To prepare for this career Taylor has been participating in a Work-Study Program through AdventHealth Hospital. Taylor’s dedication to nursing and incredible work ethic have earned her the 2020 Olathe Health Healthcare Career Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. When asked what her most meaningful memory at Central Heights was Taylor said it happened during her 8th-grade promotion. She had been hesitant to apply for a Student Council position but at the last minute gave it a try. During her 8th grade promotion, it was announced that she had been selected as a member of the Student Council for the upcoming year. This moment is meaningful to Taylor because it taught her that you never know the outcome if you do not try. Taylor’s advice to the underclassmen would be to never give up on your dreams. When school gets tough, never give up! It will get better! Congratulations Taylor. We cannot wait to see what you accomplish!
Class of 2020: Shayla Griffin is the daughter of Janet and Rusty Griffin. During her time at Central Heights High School, Shayla was active in Drama Club, Track, and Art Club. After graduation, Shayla plans to work for a year to save money. After that, she will enter Z Hair Academy to pursue a career as a cosmetologist. Shayla’s most memorable moment at Central Heights was when she was chosen as Prom Queen her Junior year. Shayla’s advice to the underclassmen would be not to fall behind in your classes! It’s not worth it! Congratulations Shayla! We are so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Colin Haynes is the son of Jeri Lynn Haynes. During his time at Central Heights High School, he participated in FFA, Powerlifting, Football, Basketball, and Track. Following graduation, Colin plans to enter the workforce full-time. Colin’s most memorable moments at Central Heights were playing football under the Friday night lights. If Colin could give any advice to the underclassmen it would be to participate in sports. Congratulations Colin! We are so proud of you!
Hello community partners, I'm writing to ask your help in spreading the word - Elizabeth Layton Center is open for business and here to help! We are able to offer safe options for behavioral health treatment during this time of COVID crisis. I think many people in our community are struggling right now with anxiety, depression, substance cravings and other behavioral health issues. Our world is filled with unprecedented stressors and losses. However, access to ELC services has never been lower than the past month. My concern is that people may be unaware that ELC is open for business, and that we are able to offer treatment options that are both safe and effective. ELC now offers behavioral health services through Telemedicine (e.g. telephone and televideo methods.) This is very convenient for families, and allows for safe and effective treatment of mental health and substance use needs. New patient admissions, Crisis services, Therapy, Medication management, Peer Support, Case Management and Psychosocial services can all be access via Telemedicine! We also continue to offer face-to-face services (using COVID precautions) for those who are unable to participate by telephone or televideo. For safety reasons, our doors are now locked, but the public can still access our services if needed. They can phone first, or if they arrive on site our compassionate staff will walk them through the process. As always, community residents without insurance are eligible for sliding scale fee based services. Crisis services remain available 24/7.
Class of 2020: Jesse Collins is the son of Carla and John Collins. During his time at Central Heights High School, Jesse was an active member of the FFA and played one year of football. During his senior year, Jesse also participated in a Work-Study Program through Spencer Farms. Jesse plans to attend technical school following graduation and pursue a career as a Heavy Equipment Technician for Foley CAT who will be sponsoring his internship. Jesse’s most memorable moments during high school include FFA trips and spending time with friends. Jesse’s advice to the underclassmen would be to get involved in activities; 4 years goes by fast. Congratulations Jesse! We are so proud of you!
Senior 2020: Samantha Ferris is the daughter of Tara West and Will Chuber. During her time at Central Heights High School, Samantha participated in Cross Country, Track, Art Club, Swing Group, Honor Flight, and Drama Club. Following graduation, Samatha plans to attend Kansas Wesleyan on a Cross Country and Track Scholarship. When asked what her most memorable moment at Central Heights was she replied that it was being part of the Cross Country team. She loved the atmosphere of her team. Samantha’s advice to the underclassmen would be to do your work and remember that this is just a small part of your life. You need to get through it to get what you want. Congratulations Sam! We are so proud of the person you have become!
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Class of 2020: Jonathan Fox is the son of Micheal and Lori Fox. During his time at Central Heights High School, Jonathan participated in Football, Baseball, FFA, and Pep Club. In addition to his high school diploma, Jonathan will also attain his Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) certificate from Neosho County Community College. Following graduation, Jonathan will pursue a business degree from Ottawa University in hopes of one day owning his own HVAC company. Jonathan will also be a member of the Ottawa Braves Football team next fall and was selected as the recipient of the Franklin County High Achiever Award. When asked what his most meaningful experience at Central Heights was he replied that it was winning the football homecoming game and beating West Franklin. Jonathan’s advice to the underclassmen would be to use your teachers because they will help you. It goes quickly, and when it’s gone, it’s gone. Congratulations Jonathan! We are all so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Landen Compton is the son of Chris and Tommi Compton. During his time at Central Heights High School, Landen participated in Key Club, Powerlifting, Swing Group, Cross Country, Basketball, and Track. Following graduation, Landen plans to enter the Air Force as part of the Intelligence division. Landen has received numerous awards during his high school career including lettering in Cross Country, Basketball, Track, and Academics. Landen’s most memorable moment in high school was achieving his goal of making it to the state track meet in multiple events and representing Central Heights. If Landen could give the underclassmen any advice it would be to take every opportunity that comes your way and always give it 100%. Learn from the experience we are living through right now because you never know what could be taken away without warning. Thank you, Landen, for choosing to serve our country. We are incredibly proud of you! Congrats!
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Class of 2020: Adriana Casida is the daughter of David and April Kobel. During her time at Central Heights High School, Adriana participated in Honor Flight, Drama Club, and Art Club. Adriana is planning to attend a College or University but is still deciding which one and what she would like to study. She is a motivated student who wants to make the best decision for her future. If Adriana could offer some advice to the underclassmen it would be not to fight for people who wouldn’t lift a finger for you. Be proud of yourself because the opinions of others don’t define your reality. Overthinking will only lead to sadness. You got this; it may seem stressful at times but it will all work out! Congratulations Adriana! We cannot wait to see what you will accomplish!
Class of 2020: Austin Coffman is the son of John and Erin Coffman. During his time at Central Heights High School, Austin participated in Football, Basketball, Baseball, Band, Scholars Bowl, Powerlifting, FBLA, Spanish Club, and served as Senior Class President. In the fall, Austin plans to attend Pittsburg State University to major in Mathematics Education. Austin has also received an Academic Scholarship from Pittsburg State University. Some of Austin’s most memorable moments at Central Heights include just being around great people including the staff and his friends every day. If Austin could provide some advice to the underclassmen it would be that they shouldn't be afraid to step up and be a leader! Congratulations Austin! We are all so proud of you!
Class of 2020: Alex Cannady is the son of Rusty and Stephanie Cannady. During his time at Central Heights High School he participated in Cross Country, Basketball, Track & Field, Baseball, FCA, FCCLA, FFA, Band, and Key Club. After graduation Alex plans to attend Kansas State University on a Band Scholarship. Alex will either major in Agronomy, Beef Cattle Ranch Management, or Construction Science Management. Alex has been recognized by Kansas State University as the Most Talented Musician and received a scholarship for that accomplishment. When asked what his most memorable experience at Central Heights was, Alex said that spending last year’s prom with his beautiful girlfriend Cheyenne and winning the 2A State Cross Country meet topped his list. He also referenced celebrating various Cross Country wins with his teammates, family members, and his coach. He will always cherish watching the scores come up at the finish line, singing “We Are The Champions”, and adding to the trophy case. The advice Alex would give to underclassmen is to be who you are! Don’t spend your time being someone you are not. Find your group of friends that have similar beliefs and goals so you can be your true self. Congratulations Alex! You are going to accomplish great things!
This is the radio interview with Mr. Spencer that aired on KOFO last Sunday morning. https://5il.co/exsp
Class of 2020: Abby Brown is the daughter of Sara and Jason Brown. During her time at Central Heights High School, Abby participated in Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Powerlifting, Stuco, Class Government, and FOR Club. Abby has maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA and was recognized as a Kansas Honors Scholar earlier this year. Following graduation, Abby plans to continue her education at Bethany College. Abby will also be a member of the Bethany Swedes Women’s Basketball Team. Abby’s most memorable time at Central Heights was placing 3rd as a team and earning a medal individually at the 2A State Cross Country meet her senior year. Abby’s advice to the underclassmen would be not to take school too seriously, have fun with it! Enjoy this time with your friends and teachers. It goes by fast. Congratulations Abby! We are so proud of you!
Attention to all CH Elementary School Parents: If you take any homeschooling photos during this time please email them to email@example.com so they could be put into the school yearbook.
Class of 2020: Madison Bridges is the daughter of Dana and Kevin Bridges. During her time at Central Heights High School, Madison has participated in Student Council, Key Club, Spanish Club, FFA, Cross Country, and Track. Madison has maintained a perfect 4.0 G.P.A. and was recognized as a Kansas Honors Scholar earlier this year. Madison plans to attend Kansas State University in the fall to major in Animal Science. She plans to one day become a veterinarian. Madison will always remember getting 3rd place with her team in 2A State Cross Country. If Madison could give any advice to the underclassmen it would be to wash your hands and vote for Bernie Sanders. Congratulations Madison! We are so proud of you and all you have accomplished!
Unfortunately my phone call this evening cut off to some of you at a bad time. I was in the middle of stating we have an employee that was tested for COVID-19 but the results are not back yet. The employee has been away from work beyond the 14 day quarantine period and none of the coworkers have any symptoms. Even if the test comes back positive it is highly unlikely it spread to others associated with the school. We will share more information when it is available.
Class of 2020: Jessica Asbury is the daughter of Brian and Angie Asbury. Throughout her time at Central Heights High School Jessica has been active in Dance, FFA, 4-H, FCCLA, Wrestling Manager, Key Club, Swing Group, Spanish Club, Pep Club and Volleyball. Jessica plans to attend Highland Community College in the fall. She plans to graduate with a Biology degree and continue her education to become an X-Ray Technician. Jessica has been awarded a Choir Scholarship for full books and tuition from Highland Community College. Her most memorable experiences at Central Heights include spending most of her days with her best friend. If Jessica could give any piece of advice to the underclassmen it would be to soak in all of your last moments of high school. You never know when it might be cut short. Congratulations Jessica! We can’t wait to see what you will accomplish!
IMAGINATION LIBRARY - FREE MONTHLY BOOKS 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. Help spread the word!
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.