We are excited to celebrate the classic movie, Grease, with this year's We Got Wins, They're Multiplying Courtwarming festivities.
Courtwarming is a fun-filled week, celebrating our winter activities, the supporters of these programs, and it is a time to celebrate our school traditions and showcase our Eagle Pride! From spirit days throughout the week to the basketball games and dance Friday night, there is something fun for everyone to enjoy!
Be sure to check the STUDENT COUNCIL PAGE for info pertaining to this year’s Courtwarming festivities.
Pro-Start students competed at the first annual Johnson County Community College Culinary Arts Competition. Fourteen schools, from both Kansas and Missouri gathered for the competition. Our team did an amazing job earning a silver medal! The competition is judged on a point system and only 2 teams earned enough points for a gold and only 2 earned enough for silver. Students had to Springfield next week for another competition.
Please congratulate the following two students who have had ceramic sculptural works selected by juror for inclusion in this years Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition in Kansas City, Missouri from 3/16 to 3/19/2016 at the Kansas City Convention Center:
Makayla Shannon "Iguana" (grade 11) - PreAP Sculpture
Anthony Maschino "The Hand of Kansas City" - Sculpture II
The National Council for Ceramic Arts is a dynamic organization that fosters global education and appreciation for the ceramic arts. NCECA's program, publication, opportunities and resources inspire advancement of the field.
It is a HUGE honor to have works accepted. The decisions of the juror were based upon an examination of 1344 entries for this year's exhibition. The work that these students completed was selected and now will be included among the best from our country.