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Argonia High School 2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Argonia High School Graduation was held on Sunday, May 19, 2019.  Baylee Booker is the 2019 Valedictorian and Cora Vineyard is the 2019 Salutatorian.        

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Haxton Goes Out In Style!

Zach Haxton ended his high school track career with two state medals both with personal best times at WSU this past weekend. He qualified for the state meet by placing in the top four at the regional meet at Greensburg Kiowa county in both the 800 Meter Run and the 1600 Meter run. Zach also medaled last year in the 1600, but this is the first year he has competed in the 800 at the state level. Running a solid 1600M race, Zach was able to muscle out a 7th place finish in a personal best time of 4:40, which was three seconds faster then his previous best race ever. Having a couple hours to rest he put together the best race of his . . .

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State Forensics Champions

This year’s forensic season has been just as climatic as Marvel’s Avengers Endgame…thankfully with less carnage and no spoilers. We started with 10 high schoolers, the biggest team that we’ve had in quite a while. Members included: Senior - Brant Cotta, Junior - Creek Love, Sophomores - Ross Carter, Shelby Handlin-Rowell, Aubreigh Haxton, Chase Rhea, Freshman – Seth Drouhard, Jadyn Gallardo, Tori Sandoval and Luke Schulte. We competed at 8 invitational tournaments while also hosting our own invitational. We cannot say “thank you” enough to all 45 volunteers that it takes to put that on. . . .

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Mr. Neal is Teacher of the Year!

Jr.-Sr. High Science Teacher, Marcus Neal, has been named Argonia High School teacher of the year. Mr. Neal has been teaching for 22 years, with the last 6 years being here in Argonia. Mr. Neal was selected by a vote of the teachers and students. Mr. Neal is a very dedicated teacher and truly deserves this award. During the school year, Mr. Neal regularly attends numerous football, volleyball, basketball, and track events. He volunteers for many extra duties that often times include no compensation. Mr. Neal truly cares about his students and takes the time to get to know each one individually. We are honored to have Mr. . . .

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Seniors Move On To New Adventures

National Honor Student Baylee Booker daughter of Matthew and Wendy Booker plans on attending Pittsburg State University Majoring in Elementary Education.  Baylee participated in Band, Forensics, Kay Club, Math Club, Track, Vocal, Volleyball, and Basketball.  Baylee has also earned Gold Work Ethic award.   National Honor Student Brant D. Cotta son of Dan Cotta, Carri Cockharn, and Kerri Cotta, Todd Rea will be attending Belmont University in Nashville TN majoring in film production with a minor in philosophy.  Brant has participated in Argonaires, Band, Forensics, Math Club, Scholars Bowl, . . .

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Summer Food Service Program

Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does the need for good nutrition.  The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school.  Children 18 and younger may receive free meals and snacks through SFSP at any open site.  To find a list of open sites throughout the state, please visit:  https://cnw-web.ksde.org/SFSPLocationsASP/SFSP/SFSP_Menus/SFSP_Locations.asp

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