The football season will go on as scheduled after USD 377 Board of Education members approved a rather costly expenditure as part of their regular business this past week.
The six USD 377 Board of Education members present for a public hearing earlier this week unanimously adopted the budget to operate Atchison County Community Schools for the 2019-20 school year.
School related safety discussions dominated the business USD Board of Education members addressed from their agenda on Monday.
USD 409 Board of Education members are poising to gather for their regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, in community room at the Board office located at 626 Commercial Street.
USD 409 patrons will see a mill levy reduction on a few cents less on their tax bills for the 2019-20 school year expected to generate more than $4.9 million in tax revenue from taxpayers in the district.
USD 409 Board of Education members will have a formal presentation of the 2019-20 budget during a special meeting at noon Wednesday at the board office, 626 Commercial Street.
The superintendent of Atchison County Community schools USD 377 and district staff have prepared a budget for school leaders to review and possibly adopt that might bring a few dollars of tax relief.
USD 409 leaders are hopeful the new school year will be off to a cool start after a some action taken during a special board meeting on Thursday.
USD 409 Board of Education members are gearing up for a special meeting at noon Thursday, July 18, at the board office located at 626 Commercial Street.
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.
USD 409 Board of Education members plan to gather for a high noon special meeting later this week at to take care of a few business items before the close its fiscal year.
The wheels on the buses in the USD 377 vehicle fleet might be at rest for the summer, but school leaders expect they’ll be ready to roll in time for the start of school in August.
Preparations going forward toward the forthcoming schoolyears with a look back in review were among the order of business items USD 377 Board of Education members recently addressed.
Plans are that reaching out to area service groups and others will offer more food for thought when students reach-in the Campus Cupboard this coming schoolyear at Atchison High School.
The USD 377 Board of Education members plan to meet for regular business at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13 in the district’s administrative building located at 306 Main Street in Effingham.
Some symbols of endearment were presented outgoing Superintendent Dr. Susan Myers before the USD 409 Board of Education addressed their business at hand Monday at the board office.
Recognition to honor Dr. Susan Myers, retiring superintendent of schools, for her years of service to the district tops the agenda for the upcoming meeting for USD 409 Board of Education.
Atchison Public School leaders accepted a recommendation to hire a new administrator during a noontime meeting Wednesday.
USD 409 Board of Education members are scheduled to briefly meet at noon Wednesday in special at the board office concerning personnel.
USD 377 Board of Education members expect to meet during a special session at 8 a.m. Friday, May 17 concerning personnel recommendations. Board members will meet in the boardroom at the 377 central office in Effingham.
There might be a few procedural changes in store for the upcoming school year for what USD 409 board members say will be in the best interest of safety for students and staff.
The USD 409 Board of Education members are scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, May 13 in the community room of the district’s central office located at 626 Commercial St.
USD 377 leaders agreed by consensus to give Dr. Andrew Gaddis, superintendent of Atchison County Community Schools, a thumbs up apply for grant funding in an effort to pursue funding for security improvements for the schools.
Forty days have passed without objection since publication of the legal notice granting USD 377 the authority to raise the capital outlay budget an additional mill.
The long term facility wish list might come true with the help of a community–funded multi-purpose building addition recently proposed to benefit Atchison County Community Schools.
The USD 377 Board of Education members are scheduled to meet and take care of business at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at the district’s administrative building, 306 Main St. in Effingham.
Extra time off because of snow amounts to some additional makeup class times for students at Central and Atchison Middle schools.
AHS Principal James “Bryon” Hanson is moving on.
An official introduction of a Kansas Horizon Award winner will be one of the top agenda items for USD 409 Board of Education members when they gather for their regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, April 8, in the library at Atchison High School, 1500 West Riley St.
Trustees of the Atchison County Community Schools Education Foundation plan to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, March 25, at the USD 377 administrative building in Effingham.
EFFINGHAM — Be it for those who wander through eternity, or some who like to plan ahead on paper, time was the essence of subjects USD 377 Board of Education members addressed when they recently convened.
Adoption of the 2019-20 school calendar, student recognitions, personnel and whatever might bump in the night are among some things that USD 377 Board of Education members expect to address at their meeting.
Despite taking care of the needs at hand for the next school year, USD 409 Board of Education members are exploring the financial options to address capital maintenance and improvements along a course for the future.
The Atchison Middle School eighth-graders might usher in an inaugural venue for their tradition, starting this year, when they step up to their next level of education.
Approval of the calendar for a future school year might likely become history after USD 409 Board of Education members take action at the regular monthly meeting.
Members of the recently organized ACCS Foundation Board to benefit Atchison County Community Schools will gather for a special session at 7 p.m. Monday in Effingham.
First responders took a student and a woman to an area hospital on Friday for examination of non-serious injuries after a car rear-ended a USD 377 school bus.
EFFINGHAM -- Momentum is gaining support for the ACCS Education Foundation’s first proposal to benefit the Atchison County Community Schools’ system.
EFFINGHAM — A boiler replacement and concerns to ensure financial ability to cover costs arising from unexpected maintenance needs appear to be enough for county school leaders to seek more funds for the capital outlay coffer.
By consensus, USD 409 leaders gave their thumbs up to the conceptual illustrations of a proposed facility to house a diesel technology program on district property at the Highland Community College Technology Center.
USD 377 Board of Education members plan to meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, in the library at Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School in Effingham.
Pending approval of an Emergency Procedures Manual, a proposal to form an “e-sports/gaming league,” calendar proposals and the vision of the HCC diesel technology plan are some matters to bring USD 409 leaders to table for discussion this week.
Renee Scott is set to become the next superintendent of Atchison Public Schools this summer.
After a three-month long process, the ongoing search to find a new person to lead USD 409 is winding down.
A newly formed educational foundation to benefit Atchison County Community Schools has officially organized.
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 public is invited this week to come meet the candidates on the short list to succeed Susan Myers, who is preparing to step down from the lead position for the local public school system.