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KSDE Released District Report Cards
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The first step to enrollment in USD 465 preschool is to participate in a screening. Children must be three years old before the date of the screening.
Cowley County Special Services Cooperative will ...more
Resources to combat underage drinking
Anyone interested in helping prevent underage drinking may want to check out the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) website called The Power of Parents. There are articles of interest to parents and others concerned about this risky behavior.
PAFT Offers Info for Parents
Your child is born to learn!
That's true even before your baby is born. USD 465's Parents As First Teachers program offers a wealth of resources to parents from pregnancy through their child's third ...more
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!
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
A student has been diagnosed with Pertussis (whooping cough). Pertussis is a contagious, respiratory infection that affects the airways and is easily spread from person to person by coughing or ...more
USD 465 Foundation Fall Grant Winners Announced
USD 465 Foundation has announced the winners of their 2013 Fall grants. 18 staff members applied for fall grants and 11 grants were awarded. Congratulations to the following award winners:
Renee Hoover & Liz Macias -$260 (Lowell)
Ruth McCauley - $111.84 (Lowell)
Sarah VenJohn - $293 (Winfield High School)
Laura Wollard - $300 (Winfield High School)
Ruth McCauley - $111.84 (Country View)
Sarah Boline - $205 (Country View)
Paula Price/Betty Marrs/Jennifer Everett - $350 (Winfield Intermediate School)
Jennifer Dougherty - $153 (Irving)
Phil Ragan - $227 (Irving)
Kami Moore - $300 (Irving/Country View)
Beverly Simmons - $200 (Winfield Middle School)
Thank you to all grant applicants. If you were not approved for a fall grant, you are encouraged to apply again during the next grant cycle.
WHS Students Elected HOSA State Officers
At the recent HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association) fall conference in Wichita, two Winfield High School students were elected as state officers for this year. Lauren Turner was elected Chaplain and Nicholas Lockyear was elected Parliamentarian. Great job!
Rob Fields Receives Healthcare Hero Award
Rob Fields was awarded the Healthcare Hero Award at the William Newton Healthcare Foundation Gala Saturday, September 28th. A number Winfield High School students have pursued a career in healthcare because of Mr. Fields and his classes. Mr. Fields developed the health careers program at WHS in 2002 and later added athletic training courses to the curriculum. He founded the Winfield High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) club at WHS. The WHS HOSA chapter has had many members serve in state leadership positions, win numerous state competitions, and then competed in national events. WHS HOSA is recognized at the state leval as one of the leading state HOSA programs. High schools from around the state contact Mr. Fields trying to emulate the WHS program.
Mr. Fields was instrumental in the development of a cooperating agreement with Cowley College for students in high school health career courses. At the successful completion of the health careers courses, WHS students are eligible to receive their Certified Nurses Certificate. He also helps train and certify students in CPR. Rob works tirelessly with the medical community placing Winfield High School students in professional learning experiences and job shadowing opportunities.
Over the past ten years he has been instrumental in helping the Red Cross with blood drives. The high school holds two different blood drives a year that are organized by Mr. Fields with the assistance of his HOSA students. He has been able to secure scholarships for qualified and deserving Winfield students pursuing health care careers. He is helps the William Newton Foundation with their Gingerbread Festival.
Congratulations -- Rob Fields!!!
Lynn Felts Selected 2013-14 Overall Kansas Outstanding Art Educator
Lynn Felts, WHS Art Teacher, has been selected by the Kansas Art Education Association (KAEA) as the Kansas Overall Outstanding Art Educator for 2013-2014.
Lynn has a long record of service that extends to the national level. In addition to serving as KAEA President and Secondary Representative, she has also srved as the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Western Region Director and Secondary Division Director. Mrs. Felts has been a regular presenter at KAEA and NAEA conferences, sharing her knowledge and experience to inspire fellow art educators. The art education community has been greatly enriched by the contributions of Lynn Felts.
2013-14 New Teachers Preparing for Year Ahead
New teachers in Winfield Public Schools began their orientation Wednesday, August 14, at Winfield High School. USD 465 had a very successful recruiting year and is proud to announce the following new teachers to the district:
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.
Girls' Golf Team Regional Champions/4th at State
The Winfield Girls' Golf Team won their regional championship at Quail Ridge Golf Course. Members of the team are from left to right: Coach-Kevin Hottinger, Tysha Henning, Abby Bertholf, Kyndal Dutton, Emma Hottinger, Jessie Burtnett, Teresa Hensley, and Coach-David Bertholf.
The team went on to place 4th as a team in their state tournament October 21st, at Crestwood Country Club in Pittsburg. They placed 4th as a team. Individually they placed as follows -- Abby Bertholf (13th), Jessie Burtnett (16th), Emma Hottinger (29th), Kydal Dutton (61st), Tysha Henning (66th), and Teresa Hensley (88th). We are proud of you!
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