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State says "Games can go on", but "No Spectators"

The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) met Tuesday afternoon to decide the fate of winter activities in Kansas. With over 5000 computers logged in as people across the state watched, the 78 voting members decided on the following limitations: 1. All activities will continue as scheduled (there was a proposal to postpone everything until January, but it failed) 2. There will be no spectators (including parents, which overrules our league's earlier decision to allow parents) 3. Masks are required to be on at all times by all people except players & officials on the floor (which isn't much . . .

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COVID Can’t Stop Our Spellers!

  By: JR/SR High School ELA Teachers   The local Argonia Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, September 30th. There were sixteen competitors that fought for the top two spots to represent our school in the upcoming county spelling bee. Our ultimate victors were Ambrea Cessna, first place, correctly spelling the word ‘scratch’ and Nicole Layton, second place, by making it to round five. Unfortunately, Nicole was unable to attend the county bee and Kinlee Tracy, third place, participated in her stead.  Due to this year’s pandemic special, safety protocols prevented many . . .

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