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2021-22 Enrollment and Calendar

ENROLLMENT   Wednesday, August 4th    12:00 to 6:00 PM Thursday, August 5th     8:00 to 3:00 PM   Like last year, enrollment packets will be distributed so parents can fill out paperwork ahead of time if they desire. Kansas Star Casino cards will be in each office for all students in grades K-12.     FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL   Thursday, August 19th 8:00 to 3:30 Preschool:   8:00 to . . .

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Summer Office Hours

The Argonia Elementary School and Argonia Junior/Senior High School offices are closed for the summer and will re-open on Monday, August 2nd. The Argonia USD 359 District Office will remain open during the summer months but with limited hours. The district office will be open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 to 12:00; if you need service outside of these hours, please call the office at 620-435-6311.

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4th & 5th Grade Strataca Field Trip

    On Wednesday, May 12, 2021 the 4th and 5th grade classes took a trip to Hutchinson. Normally every year the 4th grade goes to Hutchinson, but last year the 5th graders didn't get their trip to Hutchinson because of COVID.  We started our day off visiting Strataca. We spent our morning 650 ft. underground exploring the salt mine and learning about how salt is mined.  We got to do a special tour called the Dark Walk.  We were given a flashlight and we walked farther into the mine to check out other cool things that a normal tour doesn't get to see!  In the afternoon, we ate lunch and played . . .

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Sixth Grade End-of-Year Activities

  Sixth Grade End-of-Year Activities by Mrs. Kayla Paxson   The end of the year always seems to fly right by and this year was no exception. The sixth grade students were quite busy finishing off the year finalizing unit activities and projects. Here were some of our favorites: Science Marble Roller Coasters - Students worked in groups to engineer a “roller coaster” for two separate marbles of different weights using pre-formed pipe insulation (that has a “track” for the marbles to roll through). Students had to constantly adapt to different heights, weights, accelerations, . . .

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4th & 5th Reading Party

Nature Day at the River Park

The 4th and 5th grade classes do a quarterly reading goal instead of a monthly reading goal.  Since they only get four parties a year while the rest of the classes get one each month, we try to go all out for the party.  Our final party was a trip to the Argonia River Park for a nature day.  We started off with a nature scavenger hunt.  When the hunt was over, we came back together and shared what we had found while roaming the park.  Next, we had a picnic. The kids got blankets and spread them out around the park to enjoy some snacks and refreshing drinks. Then we used nature to create some art.  They . . .

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4th Grade Famous Kansan Wax Museum

    The 4th grade learned about several famous Kansans at the beginning of the school year.  At the end of the year, each student chose a famous Kansan that they wanted to research and learn more about. Using their research, they wrote a biography about their Kansan. Then they memorized interesting facts and then presented them during our wax museum.  Since we needed to stay distanced from other classes and parents could not attend, we made a video of their wax museum presentations.   Enjoy!   Click here to view our wax museum video!

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Coaching Opportunities for 2021-22 School Year

Argonia USD 359 is taking applications for open coaching positions for next school year. Anyone interested should submit a letter of interest. Open positions include: High School Volleyball (indicate interest in Head and/or Assistant position) Junior High Volleyball (indicate interest in Head and/or Assistant position) Assistant High School Girls Basketball High School Cheerleading

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4th Grade to Salter Museum

  Salter Museum  Click to view the slideshow     On Monday, May 2, 2021 the Argonia 4th graders walked to the Salter Museum for a tour of Mrs. Salter's home. At the beginning of the school year, we studied famous Kansans.  Susanna Madora Salter was one of the Kansans we studied.  Currently, the class is working on biographies and a wax museum of famous Kansans.  One of the girls will be presenting Mrs. Salter.  The tour was conducted by Carol Pearce, Valerie Wade, and Joan Hemberger.  The class was divided into small groups so they could easily move around the rooms to . . .

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