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11 Washington County 7th graders competed in The Paradigm Challenge, oneof the largest youth innovation competitions in the world. The competition challenged students aged 7 to 18 to use STEM skills plus kindness, creativity, and collaboration to generate new ideas to prevent injuries and fatalities from home fires – America’s #1 disaster threat. The second semester 7th grade art class competed against more than 50,000 . . .

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JH/HS School Physicals

Every student in 7th-12th Grade MUST have a physical form AND a concussion form on file with the school BEFORE participating in a Physical Education class or interscholastic athletics or spirit groups.  The physical examination must be after May 1st to be used for the following school year. What this means is that if you are going to be in the 7th, 8th or 9th grade next year you MUST have a completed and signed school . . .

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2016 Summer Camps Information

Coach/Athlete Info from KSHSAA   Summer Weightlifting Schedule (beginning June 6) Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays HS Boys 6-7am HS Girls 7-8am JH Boys & Girls 7-8am There is not a set program for the JH. They can come in and lift whenever they want to on the days and times it is open. . . .

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USD 108 Receives Community Learning Center Grant

A $125,000 first-year Kansas 21 st Century Community Learning Center Program grant was awarded Tuesday to USD 108 by the Kansas State Board of Education. The USD 108 request was one of 39 new grants approved Tuesday from 93 grant applications, according to Christine Macy, education program consultant with the Kansas State Board of Education. Applications came from school districts, faith-based and community organizations for the . . .

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Students Earn Microsoft Certifications at Washington County

Certiport and Microsoft partnered with the state of Kansas to help students develop technology skills through the  Microsoft Imagine Academy program  and earn industry recognized certifications that prepare them for college and career.   The MOS certification is recognized globally by academia and business as the premier credential for individuals seeking to validate their knowledge, skills and abilities related to . . .

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