This has been an unusual start to the school year for Mr. Hatfield and his students. Mr. Hatfield/Coach Hatfield has changed jobs. He is no longer doing any of the counseling; he is now the Title 1 teacher in the mornings at the Elementary School and is still the Junior High Social Studies teacher at the High School in the afternoon. “The good news is that I get to see most of the elementary kids each day and I have really enjoyed being with them. I had taught Title 1 before so it was a little easier to fit in then it would have been. “ Said Mr. Hatfield. One of the programs I am . . .
In the aftermath of the Warriors’ 78-6 defeat at the paws of the Rock Hills Grizzlies one needs hardly go into great depths of analysis; the victorious squad was stronger, faster, more numerous, and fiercer. One might examine the difficulties of properly defending option football or of establishing the run against physically superior players, but those would be indulgent and, more importantly, distracting. A program only defeats one such as Rock Hills by elevating itself as a program, through the efforts of every part of the team, on the field and off. One happy note of this contest (small . . .
The Warriors went to Beloit on a chilly night last Thursday to take on the Blujays and came up short on the scoreboard. The Warriors had some missed opportunities early on offense that put them behind on the scoreboard early. The team kept fighting the entire game and played a really good second half on both sides of the ball. We learned the character of our team was high because we could have just folded on a cold night and quit, but we kept fighting and learned a lot about ourselves and what it takes to be a champion. The Warriors have one game left this week in Miltonvale against the Lincoln . . .
Seven Miltonvale Junior High and High School students competed at the 2019 Milford Eco-Meet on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. The annual Eco-Meet provides an excellent opportunity for students to learn about nature and to learn about the various plant and animal species that are found in Kansas. The competition included a scavenger hunt, skit, woodlands test, and ornithology test. Two teams from Miltonvale competed against 27 other teams from Glasco, Wakefield, Clay Center, Pike Valley, Riley County, and Manhattan. Team A of Makenna Comstock, Morgan Coleman, and Rael Beals finished in 24th Place with an . . .
On Tuesday October 8, 2019 the kindergarten,1st, and 2nd grade got to go downtown and learn more about fire safety. Jason Rourke did an excellent job explaining to our students what their equipment is used for. We had lots of interesting questions like “Why don’t you have a fire pole?” and “Where is the Dalmatian?”. Jason also let the students shoot the fire house! That was quiet exciting for us all. This is fire safety week and we have been reading books about fire fighters and safety. If your family does not have a fire escape plan, please figure one out soon and talk to your child about . . .
It was another great week for the running Warriors. Once again, the great weather reflected in the way everyone ran. Leading up to Thursday, no one knew if we were even going to have the meet because of the rain. Beloit High and Beloit Country Club together decided to cancel all Jr. High races and allow only High School runners to run. Dusty Mason started the day off in good fashion by improving on his seasonal best by over a minute and a half and missing his Personal Best by around 30 seconds. Next, we had the JV races, and the boys and girls once again ran together. On the boy’s side Levi Cool got off to . . .
On September 24th, the Glasco kindergarten class went to the Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems for a “Doll Clinic” visitation. The students visited the emergency room, the x-ray department, the out-patient surgery wing, visited with "Smokey Sue,” rode in an ambulance, visited cardiac rehabilitation wing, and had a hand washing lesson in the lab. This goal of this program is to help children feel comfortable if he (she) must come to the hospital because of an injury or illness. Over the many years, the hospital staff has found that those who go through this clinic are more . . .
The 2019-2020 school year is in full swing and the Glasco math department has started strong. Each class has already completed 1 or 2 chapters. The 7th grade math class has been reviewing operations with decimal numbers and is solving one-step equations. The 8th graders are doing operations with numbers written in scientific notation. Algbera I just finished learning how to solve multi-step equations and is starting on proportions and indirect measurement. Geometry is finishing up their chapter on reasoning that will lead them into writing proofs. They will start with the basic proofs dealing with angles and segments and . . .
BOE Revised & Approved - 6/10/2019
To view the calendar, click on the following link: USD 334 2019-20 District Calendar This is a PDF file.
The unofficial minutes of 2019 - 2020 USD 334 BOE Meetings can be viewed by clicking on the dates of the minutes you want to read. July 8, 2019 Regular Board Meeting August 12, 2019 Special Board Meeting August 12, 2019 Regular Board Meeting September 9, 2019 Regular Board Meeting