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Thursday, November 15: JH BBall @Flinthlls ************** Friday, November 16: Progress Reports Due ****************** Saturday, November 17: HS Play 7:00 PM **************** Monday, November 19: JH BBall @Oxford/Parents as Teachers Playgroup in PreK Room 5:30 PM ******************** Tuesday, November 20: PTO Meeting 7:00 PM.

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AHS presents a Moose-Merizing Comedy

(or, “Who will save Marge from that dastardly villain?”)

It’s time for laughs, boos and hisses, and cheers on Saturday, November 17th, as Argonia High School presents the comic melodrama, “She Was Only Marginally Modest”, by Vern Harden.  Set in 1884 in the woods of Colorado, the story follows Marginally Modest (her friends call her Marge) as she meets a colorful array of characters as she attempts to escape the villainy of the dastardly Brad Apple.  The play is described as “filled with puns, punches, and munchable moose muffins”) and it certainly entertains!  The cast includes Makayla Derixson as Marginally Modest, . . .

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Booker and Haxton named Wendy's Heisman School Winners

Congratulations to Seniors, Baylee Booker and Zach Haxton, named Argonia's 2018 Wendy's Heisman School Winners! Both students are active in their academics and athletics and are superb representations of their school and community. As school winners, they are given the chance to become a state finalists, which consists of 967 students across Kansas. Baylee Booker was also named a state finalist! Argonia High School is proud of you both! About the Heisman Award: To apply, students must be graduating with the class of 2019, have a cumulative high school grade point average of a B (3.0) or . . .

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Hope Casner Elected as KAY Club Area 6 President

Hope Casner was elected to serve as the 2018-2019 KAY Club Area 6 President during the Regional Conference last week.  The state of Kansas is spilt up into six sections to create different areas for KAY Club.  Argonia is a part of Area 6 which covers south central Kansas.  Hope was elected out of four candidates running for Area President. Duties as Area 6 President include: Shall attend camp. Shall attend a training meeting of all area presidents and the state director following the Regional Conference. Shall be responsible for sending out at least 3 newsletters to the clubs in . . .

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KAY Club-October Projects

  On October 16th, the twenty-one members of Argonia High School’s K.A.Y. (Kansas Association for Youth) Club volunteered part of their afternoon to helping the 1st and 2nd graders of Argonia Elementary. KAY Club is an organization available to freshmen through seniors, and our main focus is to build character through service and leadership. We do many school, community, nation, and world service projects throughout the year. This years members are Baylee Booker, Ross Carter, Hope Casner, Chelsea Coleman, Brant Cotta, Kaden Dickerson, Shelby Handlin, Aubreigh Haxton, Zach Haxton, Karrlea Hessman, Emma Huntley, . . .

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Family Reading and Activity Night

On Monday, October 29 th , Argonia Elementary had this year’s first Family Reading & Activity Night. The theme was camping, and the evening started with dinner at 6:00. Families enjoyed ham & cheese sliders, macaroni & cheese, beans, and vegetables. Centers started at 6:30 with each family getting a schedule when they first arrived. They rotated between four centers that lasted 15 minutes each. In the cafeteria, they got to eat yummy, gooey s’mores while coloring camping pictures. Card games, board games, and puzzles were played in the gym. Mrs. Downey read “A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee” to . . .

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FutureMaker Mobile Learning Lab Makes a Stop at Argonia High School

  On October 23rd Argonia Jr/Sr High hosted teh WSU Tech Mobile Learning Lab.  All students in grades 6th through 12th were given the opportunity to visit the lab and learn about "high-demand technical fields."  Students enjoyed the 3D computers and the virtual lab learning about welding and automotive painting.  Even though some of the students have been to the mobile lab they still look forward to some of the new technology WSU brings each time.   WSU Tech and Goodwill Industries of Kansas, Inc. worked together to develop the FutureMaker Mobile Learning Lab to . . .

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