Meet the 2014-15 ACCHS Stuco Executive Board who recently accepted an honor from the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. on behalf of the Atchison County Community Jr/Sr High School. For the past five years, the Stuco has sponsored a Pink Out during the fall sports season and have donated all proceeds to breast cancer research. Thanks to all past ACCHS Stuco members and donors over the years who have made this possible.
Pictured L to R: Julie Corpstein (Sr.), Blair Fowler (Sr.), Samantha Harden (Sr.), Jacob Chalfant (So.)
In anticipation of our wrestlers going to State Wrestling we have State t-shirts designed and are ready to take orders. Orders must be turned in to the elementary school office c/o Alison Ostertag or at the Jr./Sr. High School by NOON on Monday, 2.23.15 in order for you to have a shirt by Thursday 2.26.15.
Any order after noon will be filled but you won't have a shirt for the weekend. All orders must be accompanied with payment. You can send your order directly to KMA Graphics and pay electronically (again, by noon on Monday).
Direct question to Alison Ostertag at email@example.com.
Click here for a link to the order form:
Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School congratulates the 2015 King and Queen of Courts and their court, who were crowned during the home basketball game against Jeff West HS, Friday February 13, 2015.
Kyle Kimmi, son of Gene and Angie Kimmi, was named King of Courts and Katie Sullivan, daughter of Bo and Mary Sullivan was named Queen of Courts.
Rounding out the royal court were candidates Courtney Coder (daughter of Kirk Coder and Megan Schrick), Raven Hundley (daughter of Darryl Hundley and Susan Hundley), Chris Larson (son of Kenneth and Robin Larson) and Jesse Noll (son of Rob and Rhonda Thorpe and Richard Noll).