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Tuesday, November 19: HS Scholar's Bowl @Sedan 4:30 PM *************** Wednesday, November 20: Kids Klub 3:45 PM / PTO Meeting 7:00 PM ************* Thursday, November 21: JH BBall 6:00 PM ************** Friday, November 22: Progress Reports Due ************* Saturday, November 23: HS Musical in HS Gym 7:00 PM ************* Monday, November 25: PAT Playgroup 5:30 PM / JH BBall @Oxford 6:00 PM.

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Encore Performance! Broadway Musical

Saturday, November 23 at 7:00 PM

Come out and join us for an encore performance of Argonia’s first-ever Broadway Musical on Saturday, Nov. 23rd at 7:00 pm in the high school gym! Our school is seeing a couple of firsts with this production. We usually have had a musical performed by the junior high students in the past. This year produced such amazing actors with a handful of acting awards from forensics, the opportunity couldn’t be passed up to put on a musical with the high schoolers. If we’re going to start with a musical, why not make it a Broadway musical?! The 25 th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is a Tony . . .

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National Honor Society Induction

You excel. You serve. You lead. You succeed.    Argonia NHS Chapter inducted four new members on November 11, 2019.  Ross Carter, Hayley Sprouse, Chelsea Coleman, and Seth Drouhard joined NHS and are ready to start serving their community and taking on leadership roles.  The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.  Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their . . .

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Argonia Public Schools Honors Local Veterans

Argonia students and staff honored local area Veterans at a program on Veterans Day Monday, November 11th.  Students performed several songs and five Veterans were recipients of the Quilts of Valor.  

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Free Books for Kids!

By Kiley Davis

Since becoming a first grade teacher, I have noticed even more the importance of children being read to and learning to read themselves. This year I decided to reach out on Facebook to see if there were any people willing to sponsor a student in my class to help get them a free book every month from the Scholastic book order. All it took was $8 per student to get each of my 15 students a free book every month. In a very short amount of time my class was completely sponsored and I had many more people willing to sponsor!         I decided that I would try to get all students preschool to second . . .

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Faith Rash Wins Raider of the Month for November 2019!

Faith Rash, an eighth grader at AJS, became the next “Raider of the Month” for November, 2019.  The Activities/Athletics Department of Argonia Junior/Senior High School has decided to recognize one student a month who has demonstrated exceptional pride and integrity while competing in athletics or activities.  Students are nominated by coaches and sponsors and, once a month, a student is chosen as “Raider of the Month.”  Faith was chosen for the month of November after being nominated by Mr. Dickerson.  He had this to say about Faith: “I nominate Faith . . .

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Honor Choir Performs at Southwestern College

Every year all of the league schools get together and plan an honor choir. The intent is to bring the best singers of the league together and work with a college clinician, learning technique and building connections with the other schools. The honor choir typically consists of 90 singers. This year’s honor choir had the pleasure of having Dr. Li from Southwestern lead our students. They worked all day long, learning three unique songs and then put on a concert in the afternoon.  The following students were chosen to participate this year: Hope Casner, Creek Love, Hayley Sprouse, Aubreigh Haxton, Jadyn Gallardo, . . .

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