Bright sunshine and warm weather greeted a large crowd of CCS students following their last day of school for the 2017-18 school year May 23.
The designers and builders of the roller coaster “The Island of the Lost Dreams” answer questions from their teacher, Jennifer Gonzalez, and two judges. The roller coaster track is made from a pool noodle cut in half. This was a common material used by most other teams, as well. Pictured, from left, are students Ximena Rodriguez, Itzel Chavez and Brittany Chavez, instructor Gonzalez, Shane Gerhartz and Chad Scheel. (Johnson Publications photo)
Eighth grade science classes at Chase County Schools were challenged in an unusual way for their end-of-year project and final exam, said Jennifer Gonzalez, middle school science teacher.
K-4 students at Chase County Schools had a sunny day Monday for the end-of-year field day. Organized by P.E. teacher Jodie Schuller, about 250 students participated in 14 different stations.
A Chase County senior and his “most influential teacher” were honored recently by McCook Community College (MCC) as members of the college’s first ever Academic All-Star Team.
Amber Stumpff, left, gets a big hug following graduation ceremonies Saturday afternoon as CCS graduates line up outside. Giovanna Welsh has a big smile ready. (Johnson Publications photo)
Clutching the white chrysanthemum class flower, graduates Noah Griffin, left, and Bryce Zuege await the long line of well-wishers to come. (Johnson Publications photo)
Graduates in the Class of 2018 from Chase County Schools will leave their high school with some important advice they can use the rest of their lives.