With Hiawatha High well into the second quarter, students and faculty around the school are collaborating to put on their annual theater piece this coming weekend in the school auditorium.
The story of two feuding hillbilly families and forbidden young love was brought to the D-West musical stage on Saturday, Nov. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 10, in the Tim Kelly production “Hillbilly Hayride.”
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Jennifer Haynes, program coordinator for the Northeast Kansas CDRR (Chronic Disease Risk Reduction) came and spoke to the students at Hiawatha Middle School about vaping.
Bless your beautiful hide! The cast and crew of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” is inviting the public to experience the Americana romantic comedy that has stood the test of time. This story will come to life on the Horton High stage Nov. 15-16 as students act out the tale between stubborn…
Horton Elementary School Super Kid Drawing for the month of October was held Friday Nov. 1. Those students drawn were:
The Hiawatha Halloween Frolic window painting contest continued this year.
The 2019 Business Costume Contest was sponsored by GNBank for the 105th Halloween Frolic.
Hiawatha Elementary School students were awarded a special downtown trolley ride Monday by earning Hawk Blocks school-wide for good behavior.
The Hiawatha High School Stuco is hosting a Hat and Glove Drive on Oct. 25 at the home high school football game.
Horton Elementary School Super Kid drawings for the month of September was Friday, Sept. 27.
Derek Moody, a representative from the Atchison based, nonprofit organization Tempered Steel, will be giving a presentation at Highland Community College on Friday.
Horton High School will celebrate Homecoming Friday night with crowning at 6:30 p.m. Pictured are candidates (l-r) L to R. Hardy Miller, Darianne Monson, Quinn Gamino, Elanie Vanderweide, Kyle Hammersmith and Tatum Lockwood.
Hiawatha kindergarten teacher Brenda Schuetz has been named as the September Hiawatha USD 415 Ford Teacher of the Month.
Despite a relatively early date for the Fall Homecoming dance, HHS students are preparing for a week filled with creativity, spirit, and fun. The festivities are set to begin on Monday the 9th and will end with the dance on Friday evening.
The Hiawatha Elementary School has announced a change for Grand Friends Days.
While students are still settling in at Hiawatha Elementary School for the new academic year, parents are also settling into a new drop-off system that includes a bus loading zone along Miami Street.
After the first four days of classes, many Doniphan West High School students enjoyed slipping, sliding and splashing together at a waterslide party on Friday, Aug. 23.
With the first day of school less than a week away, Hiawatha teachers are reporting for duty this week.
“Swoop in for School Supplies” and meet the new Hiawatha Elementary School principal on Friday, July 26 at the Hiawatha Walmart and at an upcoming pool party at the Hiawatha Aquatic Center.
The Hiawatha USD 415 Four-Year-Old Preschool is taking applications now for the 2019-2020 school year.
The school year is fast approaching!!! Something to keep in mind. Box Tops is changing their program, while they are still accepting culpable box tops they are transitioning to digital. If everyone would please pass the info on.
Summer break is almost over for Hiawatha-USD 415 students as enrollment, band camp and the start of athletic practices is just around the corner.
A new school year means a new start for teachers and students alike, and for the South Brown County district, that means a handful of new hires will be walking the halls of the schools.
As the 2019-2020 school year is set to begin later next month, USD 415 will welcome a host of new teachers and staff members to the district.
A trip around Hiawatha’s schools will be a little smoother this year after thousands of feet of concrete have been poured on and around school properties, on roads, sidewalks and around the football field.
“Swoop in for School Supplies” and meet the new Hiawatha Elementary School principal on Friday, July 26 at the Hiawatha Walmart.
Highland Community College played host to the Northeast Kansas Entrepreneurship Academic during the week of June 10. Students from Doniphan, Brown and Atchison counties gathered for an intensive 3-day workshop focusing on skills needed to start a business. Students learn about topics critica…
From June 1 to 5, Grete Olsen (Horton) and Codi Mueller (Hiawatha) toured Washington DC on the Foundation for Rural Service Youth Tour.
Horton High School has announced second semester honor rolls.
The Kickapoo Nation School in Powhattan has been honored to have their students’ art shown at the University of Kansas’s Lied Center.
Brown County Sheriff John Merchant announced the six 2019 Brown County Sheriff Memorial Scholarship winners.
Larry Pottroff has been one of Horton’s most admired teachers and community member for many years. Whether you know him as Larry, Mr. Pottroff, Mr. P. or simply LP, the positive influence he has on his students over the years is very apparent. Many individuals love to share their favorite “P…
The Hiawatha Middle School eighth-graders celebrated recognition and promotion night on Monday at the Hiawatha High School gymnasium.
The Hiawatha High School Class of 2019 was honored Sunday at commencement exercises.
The Doniphan West class of 2019 received diplomas and switched their tassels on Saturday, May 11, at their commencement ceremony. The program included speeches by valedictorian Tucker Holzhey and salutatorian Isaiah Windmeyer and announcement of scholarship recipients.
Retiring vocal teacher Sarah Kleopfer performed with her students for the first time at Tuesday’s Spring Vocal concert for the high school vocal music groups.
Jonte “not so small” Hall, a former Harlem Globetrotter visited Hiawatha Middle School on May 1 to inspire students to stop bullying and believe they can achieve their goals.
The December Terrific Kids are BriAnna Guilliams and Clayton Handke and the January Terrific Kids are Aradessa Pospisil and Liam Farnen.
A stolen necklace, dilapidated hotel, small-time crooks, and a sting operation gone wrong set the stage for the Doniphan West High School performance of Tim Kelly’s “Laffing Room Only” on Saturday and Sunday.
Hiawatha High School music students competed at state music competition Saturday at Saline High School in Gypsum.
Horton Elementary School Super Kid Drawing for the month of March was held Friday, March 29. Those students drawn were:
In January, Horton High School had a Celebration Food Party for students who were referred for doing something intentionally good for others.
A request to a local school organization was granted this week, as the Horton High School Alumni Foundation presented a Shooting Gun to USD 430.
The Hiawatha junior and senior prom was Saturday, April 13. The theme of the year was “Enchanted Evening.”
Hiawatha High School’s Biology Club will not be recycling April 20 due to the Easter holiday.
The HMS Science Olympiad team competed in the State Tournament on Saturday in Wichita. The team placed 6th in the Small School Division and 15th overall against the top 30 teams in the state of Kansas.
It was a very successful evening of competition for the Red Hawk Forensics team who took 1st place at the Jackson Heights meet on Monday.