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Wednesday, May 24: Last Day of School/Early Dismissal 12:35 PM ************* Thursday, May 25: Tractor Safety Class at HS 8:00 AM ************* Friday, May 26: State Track @WSU ************* Saturday, May 27: State Track @WSU ************* Monday, May 29: Argonia Alumni Dinner in HS Gym 11:00 AM.

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2017 Argonia High School Commencement

High School graduation marks the end of one life’s journeys and the beginning of another. This past Sunday was no different for our senior class of 2017. Their hard work and dedication here at Argonia High School will be missed but not forgotten. Valedictorian Jesse Tracy will be heading to Kansas State University in the fall. Seth Hemberger, this year’s salutatorian, was the male Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) Citizenship recipient for Argonia High School. Seth was also awarded Argonia High School’s Dale M. Dennis   Excellence in Education Award. Seth plans to attend K-State . . .

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE VIDEO PROJECT

This year, the sixth grade class tried something new for the 4th Nine Weeks. They read a “Choose Your Own Adventure” series book for their book project that we borrowed from the public library and took note of the format of this style of books. As you read through the book, the author allows the reader to make decisions or choices at certain parts of the storyline. Based on the reader’s decision, they are led to a particular page in the book to find out what happens because of that choice. Then, the students worked as a class to create their own storyline for a video version of a Choose Your Own Adventure story. . . .

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POETRY CAFE

Poetry is one of those strands of writing that we sometimes hate to love or love to hate. Many students are intimidated by the restrictions and limitations designed to create specific rhythms. They’re also hesitant to let too many emotions, feelings, or thoughts be out in the open for others to see.   This year was different. I had a group of sixth grade students that were willing to open up about bullying and difficult circumstances they find themselves in during the school day and even at home. They were creative in writing about a variety of topics and pushed themselves to make their writing better . . .

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Titan Football Summer Weights

Parents and Players,               As a prospective A&A Titan football player, I want to inform you of the lifting program and expectations of anyone who chooses to play on the Titan football team.  We as coaches believe that in order to be the most competitive team possible, we must make extra sacrifices.  We have high expectations of anyone who chooses to participate, just as you have high expectations of your coaches to be prepared as well.             Lifting weights helps to make the body . . .

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