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FFA What Would You Eat ffor $20

What Would You Eat for $20 Ten very brave Ness City students decided to put their taste buds and stomachs to the test and attempt to eat some rather un-appealing food for fame, bragging rights, and cold hard cash!  Angela, Jesus, Malachi, Rilan, Dakota, Enzo, Charlie, Daniel, Miranda, Isabel stepped up in hopes of winning that $20.  (Or at least, hoping to taste what a marshmallow peep injected with wasabi . . .

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Board Members

  Ness City Unified School District #303 School Board  The School Board meets on the second Monday of each month beginning at 7:00 pm.  Meetings are held at the District Office located at 414 E Chestnut.  All other meetings will be scheduled as needed and will be considered Special Meetings.   Tom Frusher Jason Pavlu Russell King    . . .

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Spring Conferences Tuesday February 20th

Tuesday February 20th Spring Conferences 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Parents of elementary students, your child’s teacher will contact you to schedule an appointment.  Those conferences will take place in the specific classrooms.  Please contact the elementary office if you have any questions or need to schedule an appointment . Starting on this past Monday, Eagle Hour has been . . .

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Senior Night Friday February 9th

Seniors Honored Friday February 9th   This Friday Ness City High School will honor our seniors participating in winter activities. We would like to thank them for their leadership within these extracurricular programs.  Varsity games will start at 6:00 pm with the ceremony approximately at 7:30 pm. Come support our Eagles!   Liv Brown, daughter of Angelica & Aaron Lari . . .

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Scholar's Bowl is State Bound

Saturday February 10th Frankfort, KS will be hosting Kansas State Scholar’s Bowl Class 1A D1.  Twelve teams will compete for this state title including representatives from Ness City High School.  Wyatt Sutton, Chris Luciano, Jorge Esparza, Hunter Stenzel and Thane Brenner along with Coach Lyn Bernbeck are excited for this opportunity. Overall, this team exceeded . . .

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USD 303 Family Mourns the Loss of Emily Smith

The USD 303 Eagle Family is sad to report the passing of Emily Smith.  Mrs. Smith was an NCHS graduate that had returned to the Eagle Family as a fourth grade teacher for the past two years.  She was a valued member of our community and school, always giving of herself to help others.  As an organ donor, she was able to continue her desire to help and support others even in death.  We thank everyone for the prayers . . .

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USD 303 BOE Approved RFQ for a CMAR

After conversations with KSDE, USD 303 is withdrawing this RFQ at this time.  When we are ready, a new RFQ will be approved and distributed.   At the regular BOE meeting in December, the USD 303 BOE discussed the on going process of facilities upgrades and improvements.  At that meeting, they approved an RFQ for a CMAR.  This next step will allow the BOE to take the next step in developing a plan and costs . . .

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Kansas Department for Children and Families Family Mobile Crisis Hotline

If you are experiencing crisis in your life or family, this is an excellent resource to get help:   Kansas Department for Children and Families Flyer

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School Pictures Scheduled for Sept 1

You may access the order online order form for school pictures here:     https://strawbridge.fotomercha nthv.com/clients/ness- elementary-school/fall-picture s-9-1-2021-51/optIn

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Changes to Winter Sports Season Approved by KSHSAA Board of Directors

Changes coming to the Winter Sports Season to Deal with COVID-19 On Tuesday, November 24th, the 78 members of the KSHSAA Board of Directors met to discuss and vote on changes to the winter sports season to address the rising number of covid-19 cases and hospitalizations in our state. There have been lots of articles and social media posts centered on what all transpired in this meeting. The following is a summary of what it will . . .

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