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YEARBOOK ORDER DEADLINE EXTENDED: JUNE 30TH

The deadline to order your copy of this school years yearbook, has been extenbded.  Order forms must be submitted by June 30th to reserve your copy.  Follow the links below to access and print your order form today. High School Order Form Middle School Order Form

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**Summer Basketball Camp Has Been Postponed**

Flinthills Mustangs Summer Basketball Camp **Basketball Camp Postponed Until July 11th - 15th**   Updated Post From the Desk of Coach Casteel,    For those who are unaware, the North Gymnasium is getting a facelift!  We are so excited to play on the new floor this season.  It has been sanded down and will be getting a new paint job before it is refinished. . . .

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Summer Food Program

Take advantage of the Summer Food Program at Flinthills High School.

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Mustangs Compete at ESU

From the Desk of Coach Casteel,   The Flinthills Mustangs Men's Basketball Team traveled to Emporia over the weekend of June 4th and 5th to participate in the Emporia State University Men’s Basketball Team Camp.  The Team Camp Mission Statement states that the event is for High School Players with the goal of playing at the next level or improving their skills for the next season.  Players . . .

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June 2016 Flinthills Flyer

June 2016 Flinthills Flyer  

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Tiffany Willard Nominated for Kansas Teacher of the Year

The Flinthills Education Association has nominated Tiffany Willard for Kansas Teacher of the Year! We are very proud of all that Tiffany brings to our district. This nomination comes with a lot of work on her part, so wish her well and let’s all keep our fingers crossed for her success! Michal Austin FEA President

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VOTE 2016

Voter Facts and Statistics Only 19% of Voters turned out in the 2014 Primary in Sedgewick County and 25% in Butler County. An estimated 80% of Kansas elected officials are elected in the primary, although November elections get the majority of attention. District 99 State House of  Representatives was decided by only 147 votes in the last August primary. Voter Apathy:   . . .

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