Kindergarten Roundup was held last Thursday for Chase County Schools (CCS). Fifty students attended the event from 8:45 a.m. to 12 noon.
A major change in how breakfast and lunch are provided at Chase County Schools (CCS) may be decided early next month.
Based on the ESU #15 contract reviewed by the CCS board earlier this month, alternative education will not be a service CCS will contract for in 2017-18.
From left, Kaylee Meeske, who plays Zazu, lectures Young Nala, Shaylee Heathers, and Mature Nala, Rose Sullivan. Grass, depicted by Bridgett Odens and Kadyn Milner, silently stand in the background, (Johnson Publications photo)
Chase County Schools (CCS) spring musical, “Lion King Jr.”, will be making its debut April 30 at 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. and May 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Chase County vocalists earned numerous superiors at districts for their solos and small group numbers. (Johnson Publications photo)
These instrumentalists from Chase County received superior ratings for their solo or small group performances at districts. (Johnson Publications photo)
Chase County’s concert choir, under the direction of Randy Hayes, rated three superiors from the judges, which also gained them an NSAA plaque. (Johnson Publications photo)
While they were the only show choir performing at last Friday’s district contest in Imperial, the 9th St. Singers earned a superior from all three judges, which also merited an NSAA plaque. (Johnson Publications photo)
Out of a total of 29 entries overall, high school musicians from Chase County captured 23 superiors, the top rating a student can earn, at last Friday’s District Music Contest in Imperial.