On Nov. 1 the entire high school student body participated in a community cleanup day. Half of the students traveled to Nortonville and other half stayed in Winchester. Peggy Mailen organized the day by making contact with mayors of both towns. Students raked leaves, painted, trimmed bushes, repaired the train in the park, painted the gazebo, etc. It was a beautiful day and the students are asking to do it again in the spring!
The class of 2030 is off to a wonderful start! On August 29, Jefferson County North Preschool opened their doors to 24 eager children. This school year we have a morning session and an afternoon session where students come for 3 hours a day, five days a week. During this time, we have many skills to develop as we prepare for Kindergarten. These skills include: classroom expectations and routines, what it means to . . .
The annual Kansas Honors program was held Sept. 28, 2016, in Woodruff Auditorium on the campus of the University of Kansas. The Kansas Honors programs recognizes and awards high school seniors for their academic achievements. The Kansas Honors Program has been a KU tradition since 1971. It is designed to promote academic excellence in secondary education, to reward high school seniors for their hard work and dedication, and support our . . .
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