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Clifford Hawk, a long-time agriculture instructor, was recently named Faculty Emeritus by the Highland Community College Board of Trustees, according to and was honored with a reception Dec. 4 in Sabetha where he currently resides.

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The Kansas Board of Regents recently recognized Director of Technical Education Lucas Hunziger, Highland Community College Technical Center, for excellence in Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education reporting.

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Washburn University’s Board of Regents has approved plans to design and build a new home for its law school on the campus at the corner of 21st Street and Washburn Ave.

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Two area students are among the 725 graduates from the University of Kansas representing 46 Kansas counties, 36 other states and 27 other countries have been announced by the University Registrar.

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Students and staff are safe after a threat to a student prompted a lockdown about 1 p.m. Friday at Atchison High School, Atchison Public Schools USD 409 leaders have confirmed.

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St. Benedict Catholic School has been named the Catholic Education Foundation’s School of Excellence for 2019.

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The Trinity Lutheran School team comprsed of sixth- to eighth-graders recently came home with a fourth place finish from the recent Fall Fourth Academic Meet at Calvary Lutheran School in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Two teams representing Trinity Lutheran School recently brought home medals earned from a Mathletics competition at St. Paul Lutheran School in St. Joseph, Missouri. 

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Newly elected persons are expected to be present when USD 409 Board of Education members convene at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13, at the board office, 626 Commercial Street.

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USD 377 Board of Education members convened their meeting during School Board Recognition Month to a welcome sight courtesy of the kindergarten classes and good news from their auditor.

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The USD 377 Board of Education members plan to convene in regular session at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8 at the district’s administrative building located at 306 Main Street in Effingham.

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Better support and direction for school districts, a continued focus on social-emotional and character development and examining the current state law are just a few of the recommendations to address bullying presented Tuesday, Dec. 10, to the Kansas State Board of Education.

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USD 409 Vice-president Carrie Sowers, of Atchison, in her 10th year of service to Atchison Public Schools, was recently recognized at the Kansas Association of School Board annual conference on Dec. 7 in Wichita.