School

Dennis Batterman, right, representing the Imperial Lions Club, presents a $2,000 check to School Nurse Angie Paisley and Supt. Joey Lefdal. The money will be used to help purchase a Spot Vision Screener for the school. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lions help school purchase eye vision screener

    After School Nurse Angie Paisley saw how quick and effective the Spot Vision Screener was last fall at health checks, she envisioned having one full-time at Chase County Schools.

Larry Munger is a past president of the now dissolved Imperial Arboretum Committee. His favorite part of the landscaping the committee did is the windmill located north of the school. (Johnson Publications photo)

Larry Munger retires after 45 years of teaching science

    Chase County Schools (CCS)  has experienced several changes in all areas this past year. One of the changes in the teacher department is the retirement of Larry Munger.

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