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Monday, October 24: Parent-Teacher Conferences 4:30-8:00 PM ************* Tuesday, October 24: Fall Picture Retake Day 8:00 AM ************* Wednesday, October 25: Kidz Klub 3:45 PM ************* Thursday, October 26: Titan FB @South Central 7:00 PM.

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Argonia Public Schools App

Argonia Public Schools now has its own App. Argonia’s App is in both the Google Play (Andriod) and the Apple (iOS) stores.  Below are the direct links to the stores.  Search Argonia Public Schools to download the app and check it out!   Android:  https://play.google.c om/store/apps/details?id=net.s ocs.argonia359 iOS:   https://itunes.apple.com/ us/app/argonia-public-schools/ id1296301775 . . .

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Homecoming 2017

By: Destiny Baker On Friday Oct 13th  Argonia hosted the Kiowa County Mavericks for their 2017 fall homecoming game.  The classes competed in a poster contest and also street painting in front of the high school.  STUCO provided pizza and drinks for lunch.  Following the street painting and poster contest the cheerleaders put on an eventful homecoming Pep Rally which included a dancing/lip sync competition with classes 9 -12 performing for the Elementary and Junior High students. PTO then held the annual Soup Supper and Elementary Open House at the elementary school.  Trevor Pierce . . .

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New Twist on an Old Tradition: Student Led Conferences

We are making a change in our parent-teacher conferences again this year. Last year for high school students we moved to a single conference format in which you met with your child’s advisor.  This year we will continue with this format and your child will lead the conference. This change will affect all grades in the building, sixth through twelfth grade. As this is our first attempt at student led conferences, students will have a script that has been prepared for them to follow. Students will be responsible for filling in all the pertinent information in the script. They will cover their academic goals as well as any . . .

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JH 2017 Football Season Wrap-up

By:  Wayne Vineyard This year’s Jr High football team had 16 players on the roster, four from Argonia.  They had another great season finishing with six wins and just one loss.  We lost our season opener to Norwich at the buzzer by two points.  This loss would fuel the Bull Pups and they would not lose another game this season.  This year’s games and scores were: Norwich 38 A&A   36   Stafford  28 A&A   50   Fairfield   8 A&A  58   . . .

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'Uranium' for the Win

Another Spelling Bee has been hosted at Argonia High School, this year by Mrs. Paxson, Mrs. Pipkin, and Mr. Miller. There were 17 students that participated in the 2017 Spelling Bee. Those students were 8 th graders: Chelsea Coleman, Seth Drouhard, Jadyn Gallardo, Alyssa Martin, and Luke Schulte; 7 th graders: Abigail Harbin, Aidan Kollmeyer, Brooke Love, Jed Phillips, and Wesley Weishaar;  6 th graders: Judith Davila, Destiny Davis, Maya Jones, Brenten Kelley, Heidi McCurley, Dalton Morrison, and Taylor Viohl. The Spelling Bee started out with a practice round of everyday words. Then, the first round began! In the . . .

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2017 SCBL Tournament Champions

The Lady Raiders could not have asked for a better day of volleyball on Saturday, October 7th, at Sedan for the 2017 SCBL tournament! They went in seeded second and came out on top at 1st place and bringing home the gold hardware! They started the tournament fired up and taking names right off the bat against West Elk, South Haven, and Flinthills in pool play, and kept the momentum going during bracket play without faltering! Below are stats from our first four games of the day. West Elk (25-13, 25-13): Cora had 14 kills and 8 digs, Alexis had 6 kills and 8 digs, Hope had 10 digs, and Baylee had 7 digs, 23 . . .

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Titans 3 - 1 Heading into District Play

Titan Football

  The A & A Titan football team has started the season 3 - 1 for the second straight season.  The Titans have posted wins over Central Burden 38 - 30, Flinthills 54 - 8, and South Barber 34 - 30.  The lone loss came at Caldwell 20 - 38.  A & A heads into district play after an exciting back and forth victory over South Barber.  The team hopes such a hard fought game will help to jump start them in district play.  Their district consists of Pratt-Skyline, Fairfield, Kiowa County, Macksville, and South Central.  As things stand right now it looks like it may be a three team race . . .

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