Eboni Nash, a 2015 graduate of Eads High School, is in her first summer as a Bioscience Technician at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. She currently attends Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska with majors in psychology, criminology, and Christian ministry. Eboni's key duties for this job involve learning about the site's natural resources including; Monitoring pollinators, reptiles, exotic plants, and hydrology levels. These experiences have introduced Eboni to the scientific community that supports the National Park Service.
Schedules for the upcoming acdemic and sports seasons for Eads junior high and high schools.
Individually-downloadable schedules in Adobe Acrobat PDF format for Knowledge Bowl, football, volleyball, basketball and wrestling.
The Kiowa County Public Library Summer Reading program will begin July 12 and run for three weeks.
The program will be held Tuesdays and Thursday from 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (July 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, & 28).
Summer Reading Early Registration will begin June 27 and continue until July 8. If you register early you will receive a prize.
Lamar Community College is excited to announce the return of the FullBridge Program on July 18-29.
The Fullbridge Program, funded by the Colorado Community College System (CCCS), was designed to help participants succeed in the modern workplace. Fullbridge works with universities, governments, and organizations to fully engage students and professionals in the essentials of business, communication, and collaboration.
Local 4-H members showed off their culinary and cake decorating skills at the annual District VI 4-H Creative Cooks and Cake Decorating Contests held in McClave last week. As the Cake Decorators smoothed frosting and created artistic designs, the Creative Cooks contestants told the judge about the nutrition and food safety aspects of their menus.
The 4-Her's hard work paid off when results were announced.
Dr. Linda Lujan, currently the New Ventures Officer at the Maricopa County Community College District, has been appointed the president of Lamar Community College (LCC) by Dr. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS).
Lujan will assume the presidency on August 1, 2016. John Marrin will be retiring from LCC on July 31, 2016, after an eight-year tenure as president.
The Cheyenne-Kiowa-Lincoln Early Childhood Council (CKLECC) has developed the "Fun Tote Program," which was created for children ages 0-8 to provide fun learning tools and activities to support school readiness and the development of important milestones.
There are a variety of tote categories including literacy, social/emotional development, math/science, health, dramatic play, etc. The totes are available to take home and are a great way to increase parent child interaction.
Several Colorado students are among the 1,341 named by Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., to the Deans Honor Roll for the spring 2016 semester.
The list includes undergraduate students only. To be eligible, students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Full-time on-campus and FHSU Virtual College students are eligible.
Fort Hays State is one of six universities in the Kansas Board of Regents system.
Burlington: Kerrie Allacher is a senior majoring in art (graphic design).
More than 3,650 Kansas State University students have earned semester honors for their academic performance in the spring 2016 semester.
Students earning a grade point average for the semester of 3.75 or above on at least 12 graded credit hours receive semester honors along with commendations from their deans. The honors also are recorded on their permanent academic records.
Colorado students from the area receiving honors include:
Holly: Ryan Nordyke
Kit Carson: Cecilia Hornung