The young students at Incredible Years Preschool are already reaping the benefits of having Treva Paden as their new teacher, said Cathy Estes, preschool coordinator. Paden has returned to her hometown and recently joined the team as a full-time instructor.
Helping Hands Preschool children climb aboard a horse-drawn wagon at Rosewood Ranch on Tuesday afternoon. Nearly 20 children attended the field trip. The children had the opportunity to learn about ranch life from the Rosewood Ranch staff and to interact with several horses at the ranch. Three more classes are scheduled to attend Rosewood Ranch this week, comprising about 30 children, said Helping Hands teacher Shelly Post. Helping Hands students have been visiting the ranch for about five years. "We schedule a lot of field trips throughout the year," explained Post. "Children are very visual, so field trips are a ...
Kansas nurses now can advance their careers at home, thanks to an agreement between Barton Community College and the University of Kansas School of Nursing. The agreement allows nurses with an associate's degree in nursing from a participating college to easily transition to receive their Bachelor of Science in nursing from KU's online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-to-BSN) program. KU signed similar agreements with 18 other colleges as well.
TOPEKA – Nearly 2,000 book enthusiasts joined Kansas First Lady Mary Brownback for the 2012 Kansas Book Festival at the Kansas State Historical Society in Topeka Sept 15.
SAN MARCOS, Texas - Deanna Warren, Great Bend was among the graduates during the 2012 summer commencement ceremonies at Texas State University-San Marcos. Warren received a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in accounting.
Barton Community College honored 15 employees during an all-college forum August 24, recognizing them for their years of service to the college. Awards were presented for 5, 10, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years of service.
Barton Community College and Sterling College recently signed an articulation agreement, which makes it easier to transfer credits from BCC to SC.
The Barton County Sheriff's Reserves recently presented scholarships to Andrew Baker and Jonathon Browne.
Great Bend and Barton County Crime Stoppers recently awarded its 2012 scholarships to Lindsey Villarreal and Jonathan Lucas Brown.
With the end of summer looming within a few weeks, students and their families may need to brush up on some financial dos and don'ts in preparation for that new college experience. Whether shopping for school supplies or applying for that first credit card, it pays to be smart about every transaction. The Better Business Bureau has some reminders designed to help avoid financial pitfalls for students transitioning to the college world.
When a 3-year-old child walked into Incredible Years Preschool last fall, the teachers knew something was different.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Great Bend native Bonnie Postlethwaite has been appointed as Dean of University Libraries at University of Missouri - Kansas City for a two-year term, effective July 1. As the current associate dean of libraries with a long history of administrative service and an extensive knowledge of UMKC and its complex libraries' system, Postlethwaite is particularly well suited for this appointment, said Gail Hackett, provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs.
Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer came full circle last month when Katie Schwartz, Omaha, Neb., graduated from Millard South High School. Katie was diagnosed with an undifferentiated sarcoma the size of a small volleyball when she was 9 months old on Sept. 14, 1994. Her two cousins, Sarah, 11, and Shane Reif, 8, Hoisington, began recycling aluminum cans to help with Katie's medical expenses.
Great Bend Noon Kiwanis scholarship chairwoman Becky Dudrey, left, is shown with scholarship winner Alyssa Dowson and her parents, Janet and Eric Dowson. Alyssa received a $600 renewable scholarship for Barton Community College.
The Great Bend High School chapter of National Honor Society initiated new members for the 2012-13 school year on May 15.
Barton Community College's Center for Adult Education will start its 9-week GED Preparation Class this Tuesday.
Dolly, Vanya, Sonia, Masha, Spike and Figaro will be on hand to help Fort Hays State University celebrate Felten-Start Theatre's 50 years of performances.
Through an alternative textbook initiative, Kansas State University faculty members are helping students save an estimated $423,000 a year in textbook costs.
The percentage of Kansas high school graduates meeting college readiness benchmarks in all areas measured on the ACT college entrance exam, increased for the fourth year in a row, and the average composite score recorded its largest increase since 2011.
Barton Community College representatives lent a helping hand Wednesday during the Stuff the Bus donation campaign for United Way of Central Kansas.
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