Silver Key, the sophomore leadership honorary at Kansas State University, has new members for the 2014-2015 school year.
The Power of One Scholarship Campaign for Fort Hays State University students has received another financial boost with the anonymous donation of land valued at $2.5 million.
Fort Hays State University will host the John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activities Day on Wednesday, April 30. This event recognizes the scholarly and creative activities of students and faculty. The public is invited to attend.
"The Great Divorce," a play adapted from the C.S. Lewis novel, will show at 8 p.m. on April 11–12 in Culbertson Auditorium on the campus of Sterling College. The show will feature the final work of two seniors, director Kyle Davis of Hoisington, and costumes designer Megan Reed of Mulvane. The box office opens on show nights at 7 p.m. and doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
All A Honor Roll
Central Kansas Christian Academy (CKCA) will hold its annual kindergarten round-up the week of April 7-11th. Parents of 2014/2015 kindergarten age students are invited to come by the school at 215 McKinley or call 792-3477 to schedule an appointment. Call the office for any additional information.
Central Kansas Christian Academy (CKCA)at 215 McKinley in Great Bend will be hosting its annual come-and-go open house between 6:30 and 8 p.m. on April 3rd. Teachers and staff will be on hand to provide tours of the facility and answer any questions perspective students and parents may have. Refreshments will be provided and served by administrative personnel as well as School Board members and their families.
The Science and Mathematics Education Institute at Fort Hays State University is offering five camps on the FHSU campus this summer for elementary and middle school students.
Barton Community College has announced its list of graduates who earned associate degrees and those who earned certificates for career training during the fall semester of the 2013 academic year.
Principal's Honor Roll
Thirteen Kansas State University students were recently selected to serve on the Student Alumni Board, a group of approximately 35 students who promote and serve the university and the K-State Alumni Association. Each year, students are selected after an extensive interview process.
Kansas State University's annual dance extravaganza, SpringDance, will feature students and faculty presenting a variety of new, fresh and entertaining works.
Randi McAffee, Great Bend, was one of sixteen collegiate members and five honorary members recently inducted in NoNoSo, an alumnae women's honor society at Washburn University. The organization recognizes exceptional Washburn women based on their intelligence, creativity, personality, scholarship, leadership, moral integrity and accomplishment. McAffee is a senior at Washburn.
It promises to be a night full of test anxiety, the battle of the sexes and Zombies as Sterling High School presents their spring theatre offering – A Night of Comic One-Acts next Friday and Saturday, March 28 and 29. Over 30 Sterling High School students will be featured in the cast of three one-acts including many freshmen new to the Sterling stage as well as theatre veterans. Curtain time for the comedies will be 7:30 p.m. in the Sterling High School Theatre.
Barton Community College will offer web design course from 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Oct. 28 – Nov. 13 in the Technical Building, room T-117.
ELLINWOOD – The Ellinwood Sunflower Bank Community Ambassadors kicked off their first session with a field trip to Ellinwood's 1894 Hotel Wolf which housed Starr Antiques and has been a cornerstone business in Ellinwood for over 35 years. The Hotel is directly over a portion of the old Ellinwood Underground World and has a rich history of Ellinwood.
LAWRENCE - Nine students at the University of Kansas School of Law, including one from Great Bend, have been chosen as Dean's Fellows for the 2014-15 academic year.
More than a decade removed from high school with four kids and a wife to support and no career prospects, 32-year-old Rey Rodriguez turned to Barton Community College's Automotive Technician program to change his life.
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