Students from ACCHS competed at the Job Olympics at Johnson County Community College on April 7. The Job Olympics are sponsored by the Johnson Co. Transition Council and HyVee Grocery to promote transition and employability skills for 9th - 12th grade students. Business professionals and JCCC instructors judged the competitions which represented actual job settings.
Some of the competitions included computer applications, mail sorting and delivery, auto mechanics/battery testing, and clerical skills.
Congratulations to our students who brought home 6 medals and a 3rd place team trophy.
Alyssa Montgomery--1st place, 2nd place medals
Wyatt Doty--1st place, 2nd place medal
Christina Walker--two 3rd place medals
Also attending were James Oswald, Jimmy McDermed, Taggart Lee, and Dillon Servaes. Educators who attended with them were Carolyn Dawson, Lori Peterson, and Mary Kay Olmstead.
Congratulations to Jr class member, Hunter Ostertag, for his 5th place finish in the 132 lb weight class at the State Wrestling tournament in Hays this past weekend.
Photo Information (L to R)
Front Row: Caitlin Fuller, Baylee Pitts, Emily Henderson
Back Row: Gyluss Hutchins, Brennen Bosch, Nick Hager
Photo Credit: Steve Caplinger (The Newsleaf)
2016 King and Queen of Mats
Queen candidates are Caitlin Fuller, daughter of Rusty and Sue Fuller, Emily Henderson, daughter of Patrick and Theresa Henderson and Baylee Pitts, daughter of JJ Pitts and Jamie Moser.
King candidates are Brennen Bosch, son of Michelle and Mike Regan, Sr. and Raymond and Leslie Bosch, Nicholas Hager, son of Erin Hager and Gyluss Hutchens, son of Denise and Jason Lindsey.
Crowning will be Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 before the last match of the home wrestling triangular with Marysville and Prairie Hills.
Photo information: (left to right)
Front row: Mallory Eckert, Elizabeth Miller, Madison Meeks
Back row: Sam Sowers, Trever Smith, Jr., Patrick Sullivan
Photo credit: Steve Caplinger, The Newsleaf
2016 King and Queen of Courts Homecoming Royalty
Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School is pleased to announce the candidates for 2016 King and Queen of Courts.
Queen candidates are Mallory Eckert, daugher of Mike and Amy Eckert, Madison Meeks, daughter of Steve and Karen Meeks, and Elizabeth Miller, daughter of David and Jennifer Miller.
King candidates are Trever Smith, Jr., son of Trever, Sr. and Lisa Smith, Sam Sowers, son of Ben and Krista Sowers, and Patrick Sullivan, son of Beau and Mary Sullivan.
The crowning ceremony will take place Friday, February 5, 2016, in the ACCJSH Gymnasium at halftime of the boys’ varsity basketball game against Holton.
ACCJSH TIGER FORUM
Incoming 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in cheerleading in Junior High for the 2016-17 school year, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, May 9, at 6:00 PM in the JSH Commons. Please have a parent come with you. If you have questions please call Kelli Parkey, JH Cheer Coach, at 913-370-5270.
If you are taking Summer Drivers Education classes, please turn in your form and $4.00 by May 10 to the office. Indistrict fees of $150.00 or out-of-district fees of $225.00 are due by the first day of class.
We will offer school physicals for $10.00 in the morning on Friday, May 13. Permission forms have been sent home with students or may be picked up in the office.