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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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MAKAEA FORBES WINS GIRLS 195/220# WRESTLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday, February 11, 2017

ACCHS Sophomore, Makaea Forbes, represented our school in McPherson, Kansas at the first-ever Girls State Wrestling Championships. Makaea brought home a gold medal in the 195/220# division. Congratulations to Makaea!


TALKING TIGERS FORENSICS UPDATE

Saturday, February 11, 2017

The ACCHS Talking Tigers Forensics team competed at Nemaha Central HS on Feb. 11, 2017. All team members performed well. Congratulations to finalists Mamie West, 8th place Prose Interpretation; Maddison Felton, 4th place Extemporaneous Speaking; and Kolten Coy, 1st place Impromptu Speaking. The Talking Tigers will next compete at Royal Valley on Feb. 18 and Perry-Lecompton on Feb. 25.

The Talking Tigers will host their home invitational tournament on March 4. We are looking for students to help as runners and timekeepers, and adults to serves as judges. If you are interested and available to help that day, please contact Noelle Walters at the JSH.


KING AND QUEEN OF COURTS CROWNED 

Friday, February 10, 2017

Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School congratulates the 2017 King and Queen of Courts and their court, who were crowned Friday, February 10, 2017 during the basketball games against Hiawatha HS. Ryder McAlexander was crowned King of Courts and Madison Hetherington was crowned Queen of Courts. Rounding out the royal court were candidates Malia Hawk, Emily Wood, Spencer McNerny and Jared Wagner. Assisting with the crowning were the ACCHS Cheerleaders and Student Council members, and announcer, Student Council President Jacob Chalfant.


ACCJSH 7TH GRADER, SHELBY BURGE PLACES 2ND AT THE ATCHISON COUNTY SPELLING BEE - ADVANCES TO SPELLING BEE REGIONALS.

Friday, February 10, 2017


ACCJSH 7th grade student, Shelby Burge was the runner up at the Atchison County Spelling Bee on Tuesday. She will advance to the Regional spelling bee competition in Topeka in early March.

Congratulations to all spellers from Atchison County.  Other USD 377 students who competed in the County Spelling Bee:

Coach--Joseph Forbes
5th grade--Taylor Keimig (alt), Megan Larson, Renay Myers, Avery Sutley 
6th grade--Kreyton Bauerle (alt), Jordan Caplinger, Rylee Jennings, Addison Schletzbaum,

Coach--Alicia Cattrell
7th grade--Maci Behrnes,  Ashtyn Jolly, Mason Scholz (alt.)
8th grade--Izek Boyce, Tannah Forbes (alt.), Hunter Grandpre, Natasha Marsh


FORENSICS JUDGES NEEDED FOR THE TALKING TIGERS INVITATIONAL FORENSICS TOURNEY, MARCH 4, 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017

The Talking Tigers Forensics team is looking for judges for the upcoming Talking Tigers Invitational Forensics tournament on March 4, 2017. You may judge 1 round up to all 4, may be an experienced or a novice judge (we'll train you!) - the only requirement is that you're out of high school and willing to write comments & critiques to the performers you'll see. It's a great experience to see the talented competitors in our region. If you know of someone who might be interested in judging, please share this information with them!

Contact Noelle Walters at the JSH if you have questions or need further information about the forensics tournament.

Link to Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/OzVpVVNBTuzDSfrq2


ACCHS JOINS SEATBELTS ARE FOR EVERYONE (SAFE) PROGRAM

February 2017

ACCHS High School is proud to announce it has joined Seatbelts Are For Everyone (SAFE). SAFE is a teen run, peer-to-peer program focusing on increasing teen seatbelt use through education, positive rewards and enforcement. It’s designed to bring awareness of the importance of wearing a seatbelt so we can reduce the number of motor vehicle-related injuries and fatalities within the community.

The goal of SAFE is to provide students with strong traffic safety messages throughout the school year. During the program students conduct unannounced seatbelt surveys, hold monthly educational programs including pledge card signings and monthly drawings for gift cards which are awarded to students that have signed a pledge card to wear their seatbelt. Law enforcement also conducts an enforcement period to emphasize the importance of wearing your seatbelt. 

SAFE has been instrumental in increasing the Kansas teen seatbelt rate from 61 percent in 2009 to 84 percent in 2015. During the 2014-15 school year, SAFE was in 124 schools in 59 of the 105 Kansas counties.

For more background information on SAFE, visit: https://www.ktsro.org/safe
 


School Newsletter for February now available for downloading – PDF

Click here to download the 377 February School Newsletter (PDF) If you are interested in receiving this monthly newsletter in the mail, please contact Kathy Enzbrenner at (913) 833-5050 or enzbrennerk@usd377.org 


KING AND QUEEN OF MATS CROWNED

January 17, 2017

Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School congratulates the 2017 King and Queen of Mats and their court, who were crowned at the home wrestling dual with Atchison High School on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. Dylan Birkinsha was crowned King of Mats and Karina Johnson was crowned Queen of Mats. Rounding out the royal court were candidates Trisha Fassnacht, Kennedy Parnell, Hunter Ostertag and Karl Scholz. Assisting with the crowning were the ACCHS Cheerleaders and Student Council members, and announcer, Student Council President Jacob Chalfant.


CONGRATULATIONS! The Elementary School has been selected for participation in Serving Up MyPlate/Discover MyPlate!

Kansas Team Nutrition received applications for just over 21,000 students. Kansas Team Nutrition program in cooperation with the Atchison County Community Elementary School are committed to improving the health and wellness of our students! A sub-grant in the amount of $5/student has been awarded to our site.

Team Nutrition staff will be shipping nutrition education curriculum and program materials to our district within the next few weeks.

The Serving Up MyPlate grant targets students grades 1-6.



 

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