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Career and Technical Education Month celebrates value of CTE programs

More than 169,330 Kansas students enrolled in Career and Technical Education courses during the 2018-2019 school year. CTE plays a powerful role in preventing students from dropping out of school and provides a wide variety of opportunities for postsecondary success and employment. February is Career and Technical Education Month ®,  which celebrates   . . .

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PLES/PLMS Spelling Bee Winners

  The 201 9  PLES Spelling Bee was held on December 1 3 th , 201 9  in the Lecompton gym.  The Spelling Bee lasted 29 minutes, went 6 rounds and concluded on the 96th word.     Third graders:            Josephine Hamm,  Arabella Bradshaw, Kylie Smith, Marley . . .

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Help Wanted: Applications Accepted for Full-Time Paraprofessional Educator at PLMS

PLMS is looking for someone who loves working around children and excels in a fast-paced environment.  This individual will work with classroom teachers, office staff, and lunchroom staff.  This is a 9-month, 40 hours per week position, with a health insurance benefit.  The salary range is $10.25 to $11.02 per hour depending on qualifications. Please review the job information below for more information. . . .

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2020 Winter Royalty

In January, the PLHS student body selected the Winter Royalty candidates for 2020. The candidates are Gabrielle Cummings with Chet Bartling, Dorothy Haggard with Blake Farmer, and Rylee Paramore with Bradley O'Trimble.  The Senior Class of 2020 also selected their junior attendants, which are Madison Barnhardt with Thomas Fergus and Kassidy Schumann with Jack Youngquist. In honor of Winter Royalty, the student council . . .

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A Special Thank You to Board of Education Members

Public education is the backbone of American society, and local school boards are deeply rooted in U.S. tradition. In fact, in 1966 the people of Kansas amended our state’s constitution to specifically call for local public schools that are ‘maintained, developed and operated by locally elected boards.’    The seven individuals on our board of education are . . .

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Inclement Weather Information - How We Determine a "Snow Day"?

The decision to cancel school due to road conditions is always difficult. Factors such as the amount of precipitation, dropping temperature, and early morning road conditions are taken into consideration. The decision to call off school must happen before 5:15 a.m. in order to send communications to all parents and staff to prevent the day’s operations from commencing.   The superintendent and the director of . . .

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