Vocalists at CCS who earned Best of Conference in solo or group performances included, front from left, Rylie Mintling, Kaylee Meeske, Dawn Castle, Shaylee Heathers, Rose Sullivan, Gabbi Krutsinger, Nike Smith, Valerie Herbert, back from left, Bryson Fisher, Parker Dillan, Sydnie Allen, Kelly Christensen, Kadyn Milner, Adelaide Maxwell, Ryelee Christensen, Noah Griffin and Brooklyn Christensen. Not Pictured—Ruth Dodge, Nolan Spady and Sophie Spady. (Johnson Publications photo)

Josie Peterson earned Best of Conference for her alto saxophone solo. (Johnson Publications photo)

Music students at CCS bring home 10 ‘Best of Conference’ from SPVA

    Ten of Chase County’s entries in the SPVA Conference music contest March 21 earned the Best of Conference (BOC) designation.

The Wellington School at 10th and Wellington Sts., houses the ESU #15-sponsored alternative ed program, in which Chase County high school students have participated. However, CCS will be coordinating its own program next year. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS taking over alternative ed program

    It took nearly three hours to get through the agenda items at the monthly Chase County Schools (CCS) board of education meeting March 14.


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