TCHS KAY will be honoring past/present service men and women at the October 24 football game against Ness City.
All military that preregister will get into the game free. Military personnel must register by October 6. Register by sending name, branch of military, honors, and wars fought to email@example.com or mailing to LaTrisha Flax, 1200 Russell Ave., WaKeeney, KS 67672.
There will be a presentation at half-time to honor all those who serve.
The second grade students are focusing on teamwork and respectful behavior and earned a visit from
Listening intently, the second graders are engrossed in a Curious George story read by senior Isaiah Fabrizius.
the team by exhibiting kind and respectful behavior in the classroom. The football players were invited to read to the students to create a relationship of teamwork.
The second graders were very surprised and excited to see the football players in their jerseys. They told other students that they got to “play with real football players.”
Football players who attended included Alex Haxton, Dakota Bliss, Allen Goff, Caden Kemp, Isaiah Fabrizius, and Cole Gillman-Goss.
“Reading to the second graders was very eye opening. I never realized how much of an impact I had on the younger kids and I hope I can stay a positive role model for them,” commented Dakota Bliss.
The second grade class is looking forward to more activities with the TCHS football team and would like to thank Coach Haxton and the boys.
Showing customer Nora Schoenthaler the jewelry, FCCLA member Kassidy Chase scores a sale.
On September 17, FCCLA members met with a representative from Great American Opportunities to learn about some of the products. She also gave some tips about how to make the fundraiser a success.
The money earned from this fundraiser will be used for this year’s activities and to help members attend the state meeting in April.
The club’s goal is to exceed $2000 in sales. Each member has been challenged to submit 10 email addresses/messages to potential customers. The four top sellers will have the opportunity to give back to the club.
FCCLA President Carli N. stated, “The meeting went well. It is nice to see the club and leadership growing.”