Washington County USD 108 has an opening for a VOCAL MUSIC (7-12)/INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC (5-12) TEACHER for the 2024-2025 school year. Washington County is a progressive school that puts our students first in all we do. Applicants must be appropriately endorsed or be eligible to obtain the appropriate endorsement to teach this position. This teacher will teach a combined JH & HS Band, 5th Grade and 6th Grade Band, 7th Grade and 8th Grade Vocal Music and HS Chorus. Salary is competitive, and we offer an excellent benefits package! This position will remain open until filled with the right candidate. If you have questions about this position contact Brock Funke at bfunke@usd108.org. https://www.usd108.org/page/employment-opportunities
14 days ago, USD 108
Music Teacher Needed
FCCLA Leadership Conference is underway in Wichita. Students competed, attended training, judged STAR events, were installed as District Officers, and helped run an event yesterday. We have a great group attending. I am blessed to be their adviser.
15 days ago, Lisa Zaboktrsky
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The elementary students enjoyed the 2024 solar eclipse. Thank you to PTO for purchasing the eclipse glasses.
15 days ago, Amy Hoover
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SOLAR ECLIPSE 2024 🌖🌙☀️ #betigerstrong
15 days ago, Brock Funke
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Another Glow Day in 4th grade. Today it is all math related. 4th graders have been working hard and will be taking the state assessments on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
15 days ago, Mistina Baker
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In case there's any confusion. Today is the beginning of fun with fundamentals volleyball in the west gym. Hope to see you there.
16 days ago, Tina Savage
On April 3 through 5, 2024, over 1,600 high school and middle school students from across the state of Kansas converged at the Stormont Vail Events Center and the Hotel Topeka at City Center to compete in the state’s largest business student competition—The Kansas Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference. FBLA members from 99 different chapters vied for a chance to compete at this summer’s Future Business Leaders of American National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida on June 29 through July 2, 2024. With 78 business and technology events, the top four winners in every event have the opportunity to move on to compete against some of the best business students in the nation and around the world. Whether it be competing in objective tests, interviews, public speaking events, presentations or problem-solving scenarios, the Kansas FBLA State Leadership Conference brings excitement and energy to the participants and their advisers. Many students have been spending months preparing for their particular events. Over 120 career professionals from around the state judged and evaluated the competitors to not only decide who qualified to represent Kansas at nationals, but to also help better the students who were competing in events. Also, of the 78 events that students participated in, at least 70 of them were sponsored by small town businesses, corporations, and individuals. These sponsorships will help to provide some of the first- place event winners with finances to cover a portion of their registration costs to compete at the 2024 National Leadership Conference. Washington County FBLA and Mrs. Michelle Bruna sponsored 2 events. From the excitement of the Opening Session kick off where members presented their campaign speeches and skits, to the climax of the announcing of the event winners, FBLA members had two days of jam-packed activities. Also included in the festivities were campaign booths (and campaigning), college booths, a March of Dimes presentation that pertained to Prematurity Awareness, candidate caucusing, and an energized dance for all attendees. Washington County had 21 students compete at this year’s state conference. Below are the names of Washington County FBLA members who placed at the 2024 FBLA State Leadership Conference. Business Plan Trista Crome & Mackesi Meier 3rd ; Computer Applications Josi Sanchez 3rd & Mackenzie Kuhaneck 4th ; Database Design & Applications Trista Crome 1st; Graphic Design Hayden Englert 5th ; Introduction to Programming Tanner Baker 2nd ; Management Information Systems Natalya Almendarez, Trista Crome & Mackenzie Kuhaneck 6th; Spreadsheet Applications Mackenzie Kuhaneck 3rd & Josi Sanchez 9th ; and Word Processing Mackensi Meier 4th. With this year’s national FBLA theme being “TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE”, there was no better representation of this theme than through the efforts of all the FBLA advisers across the State of Kansas. The Kansas FBLA State Leadership Conference is solely ran by the volunteer efforts of every Kansas FBLA adviser and a small group of Kansas FBLA Conference Committee members one of which is our adviser Mrs. Bruna.
16 days ago, Michelle Bruna
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There will be NO Open Gym today (4/7/24) or next Sunday (4/14/24). Thank you!
16 days ago, Robert Smith
The After Prom prizes are ready to go! We want to thank everyone that donated prizes or money towards them. Our Washington County kids are blessed!
17 days ago, Mistina Baker
WCHS Athletes competed at the Gorilla Powerlifting Meet in Solomon this weekend. Kiersten Tholstrup got 2nd in the clean and overall in her weight class. Octavien Cardenas got 2nd in the clean and 5th overall. Gavyn LeDuc got 3rd in the clean and 4th overall. That's Tiger Strong! 🐅💪🏻 https://hyperlifter.com/results/meets/158
17 days ago, Tommy Tryon
Tonight! #underthestars #betigerstrong
18 days ago, Brock Funke
The WCHS Track Team competed today in Riley County Freezing Falcon Meet. Another great day of improvement to start the year! ⚡️🐅💪🏻 https://milesplit.live/meets/607414
18 days ago, Tommy Tryon
Addy with a nice modern-style headboard made out of oak. This will compliment the nightstand that she made earlier in the year. Maybe she can build a dresser sometime to complete her bedroom set. Good job, Addy!
18 days ago, Jamie Koster
WCHS Track heads to Riley County today (4/5/24). Good Luck athletes and coaches! #BeTigerStrong
19 days ago, Robert Smith
The weather didn't disappoint, well until the last 2 hours, and either did our Junior High Tigers today at their first track meet at Washington hosted by Hanover. We saw personal bests today, we saw many instances of grit, determination , and team support. We all have beginning marks and will continue to work hard to improve. It's a fast and furious April. Attached is the link to official results. https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/536130/results
19 days ago, Mistina Baker
Great day for the Tigers golf team in Seneca today and brought home some hardware. Grayson Votipka stayed hot leading us again with a 2nd place 86. Carson Kearn and Monte Huckett both shot a 90, good for tied 4th. Miles Miller with a birdie on the 18th hole to shoot 93 and take 9th. Tucker Huband shot a 94 tied 10th. And Austin Wurtz with a 113 today. As a team the Tigers scored a 359 with their top four scores and took 1st. JV competed today also, Noah Hoover shot a 45 and finished 3rd. Will Svanda-64 Mayze Miller-65 Rien Pospichal-67
19 days ago, Jake Miller
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FBLA members are in Topeka today and Friday competing for a chance to qualify for nationals this summer in Orlando, Florida. With 3 presentations in finals, we know we have some possibilities. Stay tune for tomorrow's results.
19 days ago, Michelle Bruna
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WCHS Art students had work in the GFWC Modern Pioneers art show this past weekend. Congratulations to Senior Kasha Marroquin for winning BEST OF DRAWING with "Beautiful Bessie" and Junior Lilly Buchli for winning BEST OF MIXED MEDIA for "Pretty Poison." Thank you to the Modern Pioneers for hosting the show and their support for the arts!
19 days ago, Erin Toole
Attached you will find the schedule for todays JH Track meet at WCHS hosted by Hanover. Good Luck athletes and coaches! #BeTigerStrong
19 days ago, Robert Smith
Here is the schedule for our 3rd-6th grade Sunday volleyball FUNdamentals events and 7-12 open gym time. These will be in the west gym.
19 days ago, Tina Savage
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