Completion of the auxiliary gym and wrestling room addition at Chase County Schools was the largest construction project finished in Chase County during 2017. The auxiliary gym is being used for basketball practice and games. (Johnson Publications photo)
Last week, the varsity boys’ basketball team, was using the gym as concert preparations occupied the Longhorn gym. Eighth grader Cayden White, below right, makes his way through the addition’s hallway toward the east exit, which leads to the student parking lot. (Johnson Publications photo)
Completion of the $3.3 million addition to Chase County highlights the investment in the future of Imperial and Chase County in 2017.
A new lunch program began the first of the school year at Chase County Schools (CCS) called Lunchtime Solutions Inc. (LSI).
Dianne Radcliffe, 6th grade science fair judge, discusses one of the display boards called “Slime Test” with other 6th grade students. (Johnson Publications photo)
Eighth graders, Matalie Wallin, left, and Trynity Briggs, discuss Wallin’s science board display, “Hair is for Horses.” (Johnson Publications photo)
According to Kim Wilson, high school chemistry and physical science teacher, Chase County Schools has been putting on the science fair for about 10 years.
Chase County Schools (CCS) received a $2,000 grant for drones provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here Fund.