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Girls swim team adds accolades to season

The eight members of the Lady Grizzlies Swim Team are: Aidan Ratzlaff (SR), Sidni Meister (JR), Sarah Smith (JR), Payton Surridge (JR), Natalie Scott (SO), Madison Bevans (FR), Hillary Byrd (FR) and Bethany Merrick (FR). They completed their regular season on Wednesday May 11 at the Inter-League meet in Osawatamie. A High School Swim Meets consist of 9 Individual Events and 3 Relay Events. The LCHS ladies brought home 16 medals, 13 . . .

LCHS Students Named Governor's Scholar

At the invitation of Kansas Governor Laura Kelly, Holden Vail, son of Sam and Roxie Vail of Edna, and Lathe Smith, son of Patrick and Dr. Kolette Smith of Altamont, were selected to attend the 39th Annual Governor's Scholars Awards program on May 1, 20022, in Topeka. The recognition ceremony honors the top academic one percent of Kansas high school seniors. Scholars are selected from accredited public and private schools in . . .

2022 FFA State CDE Awards

The Labette County FFA Chapter recently traveled to Manhattan, Kansas to compete in the State FFA Career Development Events in Agriculture.  The level of competition in all contests was very high with schools competing for the right to represent Kansas at the National FFA Career Development Events in Agriculture next fall in Indianapolis.  The delegation sent by the Labette County FFA Chapter dominated the competition and . . .

2022-2023 Preschool Sign Up

Preschool applications are now being accepted for the 2022-2023 school year. If you have a child that will be three years old by August 31, 2022, they are eligible to attend. Preschool is available at Altamont, Edna, Meadow View and Mound Valley. You may sign up online by filling out the form below or by printing the paper application and returning it to the school of your choice. Please contact the school for more information. For a . . .

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More Covid-19 Protocol Updates

Over the past three weeks, the Covid-19 protocols from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment as well as the Labette County Health Department have changed drastically. A majority of these changes can be reviewed HERE . However, we have been alerted to one more change we want to make the USD 506 community aware of.  If someone that is living in your home tests positive for Covid, the close contact quarantine . . .

Updated Covid Protocols

Over the past week the Labette County Health Department and the Kansas State Department of Health updated  Covid-19 protocols based on new CDC recommendations. USD 506 officials have been in close contact with the Labette County Health Department to make sure that our Covid-19 guidelines are up-to-date to help keep students and staff safe. The following updates have been made: 1. If you are unvaccinated and have tested . . .