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Monday, September 15: No School-Teacher Inservice Day/PTO Meeting in Elem Cafeteria 7:00 PM. **********************Tuesday, September 16: HS VB @Udall 6:00 PM. ***********************Wednesday, September 17: KU Honors Banquet @Wellington HS 6:30 PM. *********************Thursday, September 17: JH VB 3:00 PM and FB 6:00 PM @Norwich. *********************Friday, September 19: Progress Reports Due/HS Titan FB @Central Burden 7:00 PM. *********************Saturday, September 20: HS VB Tournament @Dexter 9:00 AM/HS JV VB Tournament @South Barber 9:00 AM.

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Past Yearbooks for Sale

1991 to Present

The Argonia High School Yearbook class is selling yearbooks from the past several years.  The 2014 yearbook cost is $30.  Yearbooks from 2009-2013 will cost $25 each.  Any yearbook prior to 2009 will cost $10.  We have yearbooks from 1991, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002-2008.  If you are interested in purchasing a yearbook, please contact Monte Haxton at Argonia High School at mhaxton@argonia359.org or call 620-435-6611 Ext. 2013.  All yearbooks will also be available for sale at each of the home football games on September 12 th and October 10 th (Homecoming). read more

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FAMILY READING NIGHT

Monday, September 8, 6:00-7:00 PM

School is off to a wonderful start and it's time for our first Family Reading Night.  Please join us on Monday, September 8th from 6:00 - 7:00 pm at the Argonia Elementary School.  Come get started on your September reading goal and join us in a watermelon seed spitting contest.  Hope to see you September 8th ! read more

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Congressman Mike Pompeo Visits Argonia High School

Republican Congressman, Mike Pompeo, made a stop on Monday morning, August 25 th at Argonia High School to visit with all of the junior high and high school students and staff. Mr. Pompeo reminded the students of the importance of voting and also told them his day-to-day responsibilities.  He even passed around his “voting card” that he uses whenever there is a bill that is voted on in the House. The students were then invited to ask questions and did so for nearly an hour.  Students learned where he grew . . . read more

 
 

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