Chanute and southeast Kansas educators will be involved in professional development on Jan. 20, as the district hosts the annual SEK Ed Camp at the high school. Classes resume on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Winter Homecoming moved to JAN. 30
Homecoming has been moved to Thursday, Jan. 30, the night of a Home basketball game vs Iola, due to a conflict with the date for Girls Regional Wrestling. The pep rally will be held on Thursday and the dance on Friday from 8:30-11 PM.
Mandatory student/parent meeting for Driver's Ed
A meeting for anyone interested in Driver's Ed this spring will be held TODAY, Jan. 15, at 6 PM in the CHS auditorium. This meeting is mandatory for interested students and their parent. Applications are available in the office with information needed for the meeting.
Chanute Public Schools recognized for exceeding state’s gold star graduation rate
Chanute Public Schools is being recognized by the state Dept. of Education for having exceeded the gold standard for graduation rate in the Kansans Can Star Recognition Program.
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A second place finish at regionals secured a trip to the 4A State debate tournament where CHS teams will engage in a round robin competition against seven other schools for the state title.
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CHS senior advances in school's first Poetry Out Loud competition
Poetry Out Loud proved to be a tough competition at Chanute High School on Dec. 19, with mere fractions separating the top contenders.
“The scores were very close,” said Stacy Henson, CHS English . . .
Chanute musicians perform with SEK District honor band and choirs
Three musical groups of students from Chanute Public Schools will perform in concert Saturday with their peers who’ve been selected to sing or play with the SEK District honor choirs and band.
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Alison Morris’s third graders learned about Alaska and dogsleds from a book they read at school, but the father of one of their classmates shared personal stories about growing up in Alaska.
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Third grade class learns more than research about tornadoes
Alison Morris’ third graders have been researching everything about tornados, from the storm’s effect on communities to the extent of their destruction and the role of storm spotters. For one of the . . .
Grant allows extended school day for several Lincoln preschoolers
A group of Lincoln preschoolers are getting an extra dose of preschool social skills at school. In mid-October an extended day program for a group of four-year-olds was initiated at Chanute Public . . .