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 Reminder - No Classes on Monday!

Monday, February 8th, is a teacher professional development day.

 

King and Queen of Courts Royalty 2016
Tiger Nation!
Beba Scholz Signs with Cloud County
ACCES Honor Choir 2015
Congrats to our JV Scholars' Bowl team. They place 1st at the Hiawatha meet this past weekend.

377 District Vision

To become a model rural community school district.

 

377 District Mission

A community school district founded on student achievement through academic excellence and educational opportunity to ensure personal success.

 

377 District Mantra

We are Atchison County, Champions of Excellence and Opportunity.

 

377 Five Pillars/Core Values

Community - Excellence - Opportunity - Success - Integrity


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Mr. FeldKamp to be Inducted into the ACCHS Wall of Fame

Duane Feldkamp will be honored on Friday, February 5, 2016, at the Atchison County Community High School Gymnasium as the newest inductee on the school’s Wall of Fame. The Wall of Fame is a place of distinction for those employees of the district who have proven to have longevity, success, and notable influence on students of the school district. The induction ceremony will take place before the start of the Boys Varsity game at approximately 7:15 pm when the ACCHS Tigers take on the Holton Wildcats in basketball action...read more.


ACCES 6th ​Grader, Ashtyn Jolly Wins Atchison County Spelling Bee!

The Atchison County Spelling Bee for local 5th through 8th grade students was held on Wednesday, January 27th at the Atchison County Community Junior-Senior High School. This year's winner was from A.C.C.E.S. - 6th Grader Ashtyn Jolly!

Students from Atchison County competed for a spot at the Topeka Capital-Journal Regional Bee to be held on March 5th.

Spellers from USD 377 were:

8th Grade: Sarah Kimmi, Jayden McNerny, Kayla Vanderpool, Cheyenne Brown (alternate)

7th Grade: Madison Bryant, Hannah Lawrence, Alica Weaver, Tannah Forbes (alternate)

6th Grade: Maci Behrnes, Ashtyn Jolly, Daniel Martin, Caleb Miller (alternate)

5th Grade: Ivan Fain, Korin Kimmi, Joni Templer, Addison Schletzbaum (alternate)


Junction City High School Wrestling Invitational from Saturday, January 30, 2016 – ACCHS Medalists


Hunter Ostertag 132# 1st

Ryan Hanshaw. 285# 1st

Austin Hager. 106# 5th

Nick Hager 145# 6th

Dylan Birkinsha. 152# 6th


2016 ACCHS King and Queen of Courts Royalty Announced

Congratulations to the 2016 King and Queen of Courts candidates. King candidates are (L-R) Sam Sowers, Trever Smith, and Patrick Sullivan. Queen candidates are (L-R) Mallory Eckert, Elizabeth Miller, and Madison Meeks.

Crowning will take place at halftime of the boys' varsity basketball game on Friday, February 5, 2016 in the Gym.


Talking Tiger Forensics News, January 30, 2016

The Talking Tiger Forensics team opened the 2016 season at the Sabetha HS Invitational on January 30. All team members competed well. Congratulations to Kolten Coy, 5th place Impromptu Speaking, and Kendra Rodecap, 2nd place Extemporaneous Speaking. This qualifies Kendra for 3A State Championships in Wichita at the end of April. The team will next compete at JCN on February 6.


Friday, February 5, 2015 is King/Queen of Courts crowning and Mr. Feldcamp's induction onto the Wall of Fame at A.C.C.H.S.during the basketball game against Holton. Please join us for dinner and chocolate!


USD 377 BOE Approves $3 million QZAB (zero interest) Loan provided by a federal program. District to save over $800,000 in interest expenses.  Total Project $3.4 Million

Work to begin immediately at the Elementary to replace steam heat and window air units with new heat and air systems. The Elementary school will not be available for public use until school starts up again in August.

Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZABs) are a U.S. government debt instrument for schools that meet federal poverty levels. QZAB Project Specifics - Elementary Project Scope Review
 

  • Mechanical HVAC Systems and Elementary School Scope of Design
  • Remove existing steam heating infrastructure, including piping and classroom convectors. Steam boiler will be disconnected and remain in place.
  • Remove all window air conditioners and lower existing window sashes to seal exterior wall openings.
  • Install combination of vertical packaged gas/DX air handling units and packaged rooftop units to heat and cool classroom areas and gymnasium.
  • Install lay-in acoustical ceiling system in classrooms with vertical packaged units to conceal ductwork.
  • Openings for vertical packaged unit condensers and air intakes will be cut in exterior brick walls, away from windows.
  • Two windows on the West side of the original building will be removed to accommodate vertical packaged units.
  • Program and install thermostats to control all packaged equipment as efficiently as possible.
  • Install ductless mini-split heat pumps and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) equipment to condition office areas and provide individual temperature control.
  • Locate combination of gas and electric unit heaters in locker rooms, entryways, and corridors.

JSH to get overhaul on HVAC system. Scope of Design

Refurbishment of all existing air handling units throughout the building including:

  • Cleaning of internal housing, cooling coils, fan blades and damper blades
  • Replacement of fan motor with premium efficiency motor and Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
  • Removal of existing fan inlet vanes (both sides of fan)
  • Replacement of belt drives and associated bearings
  • Epoxy coating bottom of drain pan to reinforce metal, reducing risk of leaks
  • Replacement of all air filters
  • Removal of all pneumatic control infrastructure and installation of DDC controls
  • Replacement of chilled water piping, fittings, and valves near air handlers
  • Installation of DDC building automation system to control, schedule, and monitor all air handling units, dampers, and space conditions in lieu of aging existing pneumatic system.


Project completion date is sometime around the end of December.


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306 Main Street
PO Box 289
Effingham, Kansas 66023
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HS Basketball @Sabetha
4:30 PM
Dismiss Time: 2:30 pm
Return Time: 10:00 pm
1011 Bluejay Blvd. Sabetha KS 66534
Main Gym: JV Girls followed by Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys
Aux Gym:JV Boys followed by "C" team boys and "C" girls
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7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Elementary Gym

Scheduled by Joel McNerny 913-360-0337

They will need a volleyball net down.

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