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WMS Mathletes Sweep League
WMS students outscored their competitors at the 2014 Pioneer Division III Math Relays in Clearwater. The contest consisted of two 45 minute tests. Points were awarded for correct answers in computation and problem solving.
The 7th grade team composed of McKenna Bergmann, Garrett Bogle, Jordan Drouhard, Josh Massey and Logan Satterfield scored 336 points against Circle (319) and Wellington (301) students to place 1st in their grade level. Logan Satterfield was awarded the top 7th grade participant.
The WMS 8th grade team composed of Garrett Martin, Shelley Morin, Sam Ross, Matthew Thomas and Riley Ziegler scored 345 points to out pace Mulvane (311) and Wellington (295).
HOSA Wins State Honors
The Winfield Health Occupations Student Association (HOSA) club at the high school recently participated in their state conference. This year they left the conference with many honors.
Congratulations - Trevor Smith State Wrestling Champion
Trevor Smith, Winfield High School Sophomore, won the Kansas State 4A Class 132 Wrestling Championship on Saturday, March 1st at the Bicentennial Center in Salina. He wrestled in the Winfield regional championships on February 22nd and won his classification to qualify for the state tournament.
Payton Smith, WHS Sophomore, placed third in the Winfield regional wrestling championships and was a participant in the State 4A Wrestling Tournament.
We are proud of our Vikings!
Congratulations - WHS State Swimmers
Chaz Minkler, Jay Buffum, Jesse Hollingsworth and Corbin Hollingsworth participated in the 200 medley relay and 400 free-style relay at the state swimming meet February 21st and 22nd. Jesse Hollingsworth placed 7th in the 200 individual medley, 6th in the 100 backstroke, and earned 2nd Team All-State Honors. Jay Buffum placed 8th in the 500 freestyle plus competed in the 200 free. Corbin Hollingsworth also participated in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke. The Winfield High School team placed 15th overall among 1A-5A schools. We are proud of our Viking swimmers!
Lowell Teacher Receives Horizon Award
Elizabeth Wall, 1st grade teacher at Lowell Elementary, was notified by Dr. Diane DeBacker, Kansas Commissioner of Education that she is one of 32 new Kansas teachers selected to receive the Kansas Cable Telecommunications Horizon Award.
The Kansas Cable Telecommunications Horizon Award program is sponsored by the Kansas State Department of Education and the Kansas Cable Telecommunications Association. The award identifies and recognizes representatives of excellent teaching in the elementary and secondary classrooms of the state. The mission of the program is to recognize exemplary first-year teachers who perform in a way that distinguishes them as outstanding.
Congratulations, Elizabeth Wall. We are proud of you!
William Newton Hospital HOSA Healthcare Site of the Month
Winfield High School Health Science Career students have selected William Newton Hospital as the Health Care Employee Site of the month. The hospital has 13 departments and three allied partners that allow high school health career students to "shadow". These departments include: laboratory, rehabilitation services, respiratory, pharmacy, surgery, radiology, emergency, Med/Surg, OB EMS, Cancer Center of Kansas, health information management, audiology, Heart Menders, and recently two physician's - Dr. Todd Peters, pediatrician and Dr. Shah-Haque, internist.
Health career students must complete orientation where they sign contracts to adhere to strict patient confidentiality, maintain professional conduct and appearance. They must follow all guidelines of William Newton Hospital.
Torey Keller Boy's 4A Cross Country Coach of the Year
Torey Keller has been selected the Kansas State 4A Boy's Cross Country Coach of the Year. Torey will be honored at the Kansas Cross country and Track & Field Coaches Association Clinic Luncheon on Saturday, January 11, 2014 in Junction City. This honor follows a successful year for the boy's and girl's cross country teams. The boy's team finished second and the girl's team finished fourth at the state meet. Josh Hanna and Riley Osen placed first and second individually at the state meet. Congratulations, Torey!
USD 465 - Winfield Public Schools is an Equal Employment/Educational Opportunity Agency
USD 465 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Assistant Superintendent, 1407 Wheat Rd., Winfield, KS 67156.
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