Ready or not, USD 409 officials are leaping forward into the depths of online enrollment for all attending Atchison Public Schools.
Highland Community College Board of Trustees announced they will interview an additional presidential hopeful to lead the college after President David Reist retires at the end of the schoolyear.
The Highland Community College Board of Trustees has narrowed the nationwide search to find a new HCC president to three candidates.
The Highland Community College Board of Trustees overseeing operations of the first college established in the state of Kansas will gather for two special meeting sessions to review applicants to hire a new president.
The names listed here have been provided by Wichita State University based on information compiled by the university’s Office of News and Media Relations.
The names listed here have been provided by Pittsburg State University based on information compiled by the Office of University Marketing and Communication.
One of the county’s top education leaders has completed a year-long professional development initiative emphasizing leadership in a school district planning for the future.
The recent induction of two USD 409 educators into the Kansas Teacher Hall of Fame has set a precedent for a statewide honor.
Everyone learns by failing, or perhaps by sinking, and then getting back up.
Atchison High School and Maur Hill-Mount Academy sent their graduating seniors off with pomp and circumstance on Saturday.
EFFINGHAM — Thirty-three teenagers bid farewell Saturday, May 11, to their school years in Effingham and crossed the threshold to chart their respective courses future endeavors.
A hike of more than $4.8 million in assessed valuation throughout USD 377 appears to throw Atchison County Community Schools out of the running for additional state aid other than the 20 mills in the general fund.
The USD 377 Board of Education members plan to convene Wednesday, July 10 at the district’s administrative building located at 306 Main Street in Effingham.
Superintendent Renee Scott took her place for the first time at the head of the table Monday night when USD 409 Board of Education members gathered to organize for the new school year.
Superintendent Renee Scott will be on hand to attend her first official USD 409 Board of Education meeting when district leaders gather at 7 p.m. Monday, July 8 in the community room at the board office.
A familiar face in the community is stepping up among the ranks in Atchison Public Schools.