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CMS Students to Present 'Wax Museum' Event
CMS-WaxMuseumBirch.jpgParents and the community are cordially invited to attend the Inaugural Event of the Eighth Grade Black Team Wax Museum. It will be held on Friday, May 1 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Chisholm Middle School at 901 E First Street in Newton, Kansas

The students have worked very hard on their presentations featuring various characters throughout history such as: Blackbeard, Cleopatra, Mr. Rogers, Superman and Rosie the Riveter. Watch them present information related to their person’s life and impact on our world today.  Come and see history in the making at CMS!

Questions about the event should be directed to Mrs. Galle Clare.Galle@usd373.org or Mr. Graber monty.graber@usd373.org

Photo: CMS Media Specialist Brittany Birch, dressed as Indira Gandhi, demonstrates a presentation for 8th grade black team members. The students will present their historical characters at a wax museum event on Friday, May 1 from 6:30 to 8pm at CMS.

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/22/15

Duke University Recognizes Chisholm Middle School Students
The following Chisholm Middle Schools students will be recognized at Kansas University on May 31, 2015 as part of Duke University's Talent Identification Program (TIP):
Back row, L- R: Fletcher Hummingbird, John Jantzen, Connor Hultman, Quinn Stephens, Mark Mills
 
Front row, L-R: Josh Kennell, Clara Rowe, Eli Regier
 
 
Duke University Talent Identification Program's 7th Grade Talent Search identifies students across the US who have scored at or above the 95th percentile on a grade-level achievement test.  As part of the program, these academically talented students take above-level college-entrance exams (ACT or SAT) to learn more about their abilities.
 
Duke TIP hosts annual recognition ceremonies to honor the seventh graders who score highest on these ACT or SAT exams.  This year eight Chisholm Middle School students have been invited to attend state recognition ceremonies at Kansas University on May 31st.  
 
One of these students, Mark Mills, has also been invited to attend the Grand Recognition Ceremony at Duke on May 18th. The grand recognition ceremony honors seventh graders who have earned scores equal to or better than 90 percent of college-bound seniors who took the same tests.   
 
"As seventh graders, these students have achieved scores on the ACT rivaling those of half of college-bound  seniors who took the tests.  We are extremely proud of our honorees, and we appreciate the opportunity to celebrate their achievement and encourage them in their academic potential," says Martha Putallaz, PhD, executive director of Duke TIP and professor of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University.
 
Duke TIP provides resources to these students, their parents, educators, and schools for the development of the students' optimal educational potential.
Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/17/15

Zinn Receives KATFACS Scholarship

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Congratulations to Katelyn Zinn who received a scholarship from the Kansas Association of Teachers of Family & Consumer Sciences (KATFACS). Katelyn was presented the scholarship at the organization's State Leadership Conference in Wichita on April 14.

Requirements for the scholarship include having a 3.0 or higher GPA, participation in school and community activities, work experience, such as an internship or job shadowing experience. Greater consideration is given to those choosing to major in FACS education or occupation related to family and consumer sciences.

 

 

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/15/15

Funky Fun Run at Walton Rural Life

wrl-funky-run.pngJoin the third graders at Walton Rural Life for a Funky Fun Run on May 2 to help raise money for future projects and animals at the school.

See the attached flyer for more information and to get registered.

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/9/15

CMS Team 2nd at Science Olympiad

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Congratulations to Chisholm Middle School students Josh Kennell and Milo Jones who took 2nd place in the "Green Generation" event at the state Science Olympiad held at WSU on April 4, 2015.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/6/15

Driver's Ed Training

car keys.pngEnrollment is now open for Driver Ed training at Newton High School this summer. Two sessions are available for 2015: June 1 - June 19 and June 22 - July 10. 

For more information and to register, please visit 
nhs-usd373-ks.schoolloop.com/drivers-ed

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 4/1/15

Technology & Program Enhancement Grants Available

A minimum of $17,000 is available this year for the USD 373 Teacher Technology Grants and the Academic Program Enhancement Grant (formally known as Centennial Grant). The application which describes the criteria is attached and should be turned in as a cover page to your proposal. The grant application deadline is April 30, 2015. Grant winners will be announced at the all staff end-of-year celebration on May 20 at Newton High School.

Applications are available below in both .pdf and .doc formats for your convenience.

For more information, please visit the USD 373 Education Endowment page.

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 3/30/15

NHS Hall of Fame
NHSTrainlogo.jpgNominations are now being accepted for the 2015 class of the Newton Athletic Hall of Fame. The deadline is May 1, 2015. Please click on the attachment to print off a nomination form or pick up a hard copy at the Newton Kansan, Anderson's Bookstore, or Newton High School.
Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 3/24/15

Birdies Against Bullying Golf Tournament

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 8.32.45 AM.pngThe 2nd annual Birdies Against Bullying Golf tournament is just around the corner. This event is sponsored by the Newton Rotary Club and USD 373 in order to raise funds for our Rachel's Challenge initiative.

This program speaks to kids about many key things they can do to treat each other with kindness and respect, as well as seek out those among us who may be suffering and thinking of harmful things. In addition, the program also hopes to train 100's of student leaders within our schools who carry on the initiative throughout the school year in the form of various projects and acts of kindness.

Please print off a copy of the entry form to enter your team!!

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 3/24/15

Newton auto students take top spots

Newton Automotive students finish 1st, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in PCC automotive contest.

Austin Cline, Jesse Patrick, Arik Schmidt, and Keenan Stultz competed in the Pratt Community College Automotive contest on February 23, 2015.  The contest consisted of a parts identification portion as well as a general automotive knowledge test.   

Arik placed first in parts id and as a result won a tool set.   The written test results were Austin Kline in 1st place, Jesse Patrick in 2nd place, Arik Schmidt in 3rd place, and Keenan Stultz in 4th place.   The prizes consisted of tools and scholarships.  Austin and Jesse won full books and tuition scholarships while Arik and Keenan each won a five hundred dollar scholarship. 

Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 3/16/15

USD 373 Announces Let's Talk!

Building on its dedication to outstanding communication and responsiveness, Newton Public Schools announces Let’s Talk!, a simple way to monitor the pulse of its community by giving parents, teachers, staff, students and community members a 24/7 outlet for ideas, concerns and praise.

Designed by technology and communications firm K12 Insight, Let’s Talk! is an open feedback form on the district website where anyone can submit questions, concerns, suggestions and compliments directly to district staff anytime, anywhere, from any device.

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Posted by: USD 373 Admin
Published: 1/29/15

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