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Summer Boost Program Enrolling Now

Enroll now for the Wild Wild West summer program for students K-5th grade. Students will meet July 6th-31st, Monday - Friday from 8:00am-12:20pm with breakfast, lunch and bus transportation provided. Students will be split in grade-level groups to complete math and reading enrichment while also engaging in hands-on STEM projects. Additionally, students will spend time in P.E., computer apps, and art. We look forward to this summer to help . . .

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COVID-19, USD 286 Building Closure, School Resumes April 6th

    Hello Blue Devil Family, As you are aware, Governor Kelly has ordered all school buildings "shut down" in Kansas for the remainder of the semester. Education and School will continue, but with some important, temporary changes, beginning April 6th. This is an unprecedented time and I hope to provide all of you with as much information as possible. However, I would like to begin by . . .

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COVID-19 in Kansas

COVID-19 in Kansas From the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE): The first case of COVID-19 in Kansas was reported on March 7, 2020. The case is a woman under the age of 50 who lives in Johnson County, KS. The woman had recently traveled to the northeastern part of the U.S. She became ill there and went to an urgent care where she tested negative for influenza. She wore a mask . . .

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USD 286 Receives Star Designation from KSDE

November 21, 2019   Four years ago, the Kansas State Board of Education launched its new vision for education – Kansas leads the world in the success of each student – and identified key outcomes Kansans said they valued. Today, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Kansans Can Star Recognition program, designed to recognize districts for success achieved in the individual outcome areas. On . . .

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Public Schools Week: Kansas schools change to meet new challenges

    Newsroom ,  Local Boards ,  Student Issues Public Schools Week 2019 (March 25-29) celebrates our nation’s public schools, our students and the many school professionals who work to help students achieve their greatest potential.    Educating 90 percent of Kansas students, public schools have helped Kansas and the United States reach the highest levels of educational attainment ever, . . .

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