The alternative education class, now part of the Chase County Schools’ curriculum, welcomes Todd Westover as the new instructor. He also volunteers as a football coach for CCS.
Michaela Cochran, the new first grade teacher at Chase County Schools, explains to her students the concept of how colors and emotions or actions can be related. She followed the explanation with the class taking part in an exercise putting these concepts into action and response. (Johnson Publications photo)
Chase County Schools’ graduate Michaela Cochran has joined the ranks of educators in Imperial as a first grade teacher.
Taren Hendricks is a new third grade teacher on the Imperial school campus.
Hendricks was born and raised in Kimball.
Denise Smith has signed on at Chase County Schools as the part-time library media specialist. She will also be in charge of the elementary school annual this year.
For the fourth consecutive year, enrollment at Chase County Schools (CCS) remains well above the 600 mark.