The entire gym filled with ecstatic chanting when the tables turned and Jodie Schuller sat to be egged by the teachers. (Johnson Publications photo)

There wasn’t a single sitting or quiet student as Becky Odens, K-6 principal, had a raw egg splattered on her head. (Johnson Publications photo)

Egg roulette a messy, fun-filled game

    Chase County Schools (CCS) elementary students’ laughter, chants and applause filled the high school gym Monday, as they celebrated their accomplishments in the Accelerated Reader program, Hoop

An unsuspecting young lady from Julesburg, Colo., was the center of attention during this number, “Hooked on a Feeling,” sung by the men of the 9th St. Singers. (Johnson Publications photo)

The show choir entertains with “Footloose,” an energetic number that has been popular the past year. (Johnson Publications photo)

Show choir finale draws full house

    Chase County’s 9th St. Singers bid their farewell to the school year Friday night as they presented their season finale, “A Night to Remember.”

Celebrating TeamMates’ 25th year, those attending Monday’s ice cream social formed a “25” on the Longhorn gym floor. (Johnson Publications photo)

Earning the Friends of TeamMates award were, from left, Steve Lewis for Chase County Community Hospital, Supt. Joey Lefdal, Chris Lee representing FV Coop and Daniel Morales representing city of Imperial. Not pictured—Sherri Wheeler and Subway representatives. (Johnson Publications photo)

TeamMates program coordinators are Cathy Hanna and Trent Herbert. Both received a special thank-you from the board. (Johnson Publications photo)

TeamMates celebrates successful year of mentoring

    It was a night of celebration Monday, as mentors and mentees of the TeamMates program at Chase County Schools (CCS) reviewed the past year and thanked people for their support.


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