Spring Hill High School powered up its new solar array for the first time at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, Aug. 3.
LOUISBURG — Bond project improvements at Louisburg USD 416 facilities are nearing completion as school doors across the district are expected to open in mid-August for the 2022-2023 school year.
OSAWATOMIE — Luke Hall has been named Osawatomie High School’s assistant principal and activities director for the 2022-23 school year, according to a news release.
PAOLA — Lakemary Center, which serves children and adults with developmental disabilities, recently announced plans to expand its Paola campus with a new facility and renovations to an existing facility totaling more than 19,000 square feet.
PAOLA — If voters approve Paola USD 368’s $40 million bond proposal this fall, the school district knows which company it wants to oversee the projects.
PAOLA — The newest members of the Beta Rho Lambda Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Fort Scott Community College recently were inducted during a candle lighting ceremony at the Paola campus.
Two Louisburg High School band students recently attended the Kansas Lions Band Camp at Pittsburg State University thanks to sponsorship from the Louisburg Lions Club.
PAOLA — Several Paola High School students can now call themselves Microsoft Office Specialists in Excel after completing a certification program and passing a test before the end of the school year.
MANHATTAN — Several local FFA students recently received multiple honors at the 94th Kansas FFA Convention, which took place June 1-3 on the Kansas State campus in Manhattan.
PAOLA — Paul Haley didn’t just share school memories with his fellow members of the honored 50-year Paola High School class of 1972, he brought pieces of Panther history with him to this year’s alumni luncheon.
OSAWATOMIE — Members of the Osawatomie High School class of 1972 made sure there was no doubt who won the tom-tom trophy their senior year.
PAOLA — KP Piraino said his fondest memories of Lakemary Center come from staff members who were always helpful and supportive, even in difficult situations.
PAOLA — DeAnna Morgan and her Paola High School art students are on cloud nine after winning the annual league art competition in Bonner Springs and upsetting the multi-year-winning powerhouse Spring Hill art department by almost 30 points.