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Careers with USD 308

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Board of Education Agendas

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Official District Notices & Handbooks

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Youth Empowerment Summit registration open

Youth Empowerment SummitThe Reno County Communities that Care Youth Leadership Group is inviting all fifth through eighth graders in the county to the annual Youth Empowerment Summit from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Jan. 21 at Hutchinson High School. The day also is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a national day of service.

The 2019 theme is Disney: “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Featured speaker will be Miss Kansas.

Fundraiser helps SCS at HHS

SCS PosterA new benefit event is designed to help students at Hutchinson High School.

A Taste of Hutchinson – The Men Cook will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Hutchinson Art Center, 5th and Washington in Hutchinson. Proceeds from the program will benefit Salthawk Community Support.

HHS remains Class 6A

HHS remains a Class 6A school in all sports and activities in this morning's KSHSAA classification update. Class 6A is the largest school classification in Kansas.

HHS has 1,096 students for football (KSHSAA only counts freshmen through juniors) and is the fourth smallest school in the 32-school Class 6A. Football is done every other year and was updated in 2017 for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.

Royalty crowned, Wall of Honor inductees recognized.

Queen Olivia Justice and King Damarcus MyerDamarcus Myer and Olivia Justice were crowned king and queen Friday night as Hutchinson High School Fall Homecoming royalty. Myer was crowned prior to the kickoff of the HHS vs. Garden City football game while Justice was crowned at halftime.

Other finalists for king were Jacob Cole, Tracy Geddes, Tristan Geddes, Bo Tolbert and Tate Webster. Finalists for queen are Morgan Armbrust, Tatum Dixon, Marisa Eldredge, Carter McFadden and Lexi Williams. All the candidates are seniors.

Also prior to Friday’s game, the Wall of Honor inductees were introduced to the crowd.  The 2018-19 honorees are Kay Alden, class of 1964; Dick Heitschmidt, class of 1970; and Skip Wilson, class of 1976.

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