Faculty and staff members at Chase County Schools held their “Faculty Follies” variety show last week to raise money to fund two $500 scholarships awarded to graduates by the Imperial Education Ass
Music students in the junior and senior high choirs, along with the junior high show wrapped up the year with the final concert Tuesday.
School Board Member Karl Meeske was trying to hold back tears of emotion as he presented his daughter, Kaylee, with her diploma Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)
The reception line provided the perfect setting for Susan Castle to capture the moment with her iPhone. Her daughter, Dawn, was among 43 seniors who received their diploma from Chase County Schools during commencement Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)
Forty-three graduates were told Saturday afternoon, “If you don’t have a ‘why’—a mission you can quickly and articulately state to the people you care about—get one.”
While at least five people spoke against the CCS band and choir assignments for 2017-18, administration is standing firm on its decision to make some changes.
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