Intermediate Student of the Month March 2019 Alex Scribner 5th grade Parents: Daniel and Junilda Scribner Hobbies & Activities: Reading, jumping on the trampoline and basketball Favorite Class: Math
The Intermediate students proved that they were up for the challenge of "read, read, read" during Dr. Seuss week. They divided up into groups and read to each other, then finished the fun week by turning off the lights in the hallway and using flashlights to read their books.
On March 6 eight TSA students loaded into the suburban and headed to Emporia to experience leadership training with a pirate theme. After playing some icebreakers with other TSA members they began some competitions designed to not only teach students to work together with people they did not know well, but to also experience some of the lesser known competitions offered at the state TSA competition in April. Philip Humig and Wade Haynes . . .
Emergency Safety Interventions for USD 492 Parents and Community
Dear STAFF, Parents and Community, My goal is to learn something new every day... and on Friday, my mind was blown! It was reported to me that we have students who are using JUULS in school. JUULS, according to the urban dictionary, are a highly concentrated nicotine vaporizer which underage kids use to get a buzz. It is commonly mistaken for a USB stick which makes it easy to use in school. Other sources share that . . .
Students of the Month: March 2019 HS Student of the Month: Philip Humig Parents – Shawn & Becky Humig Hobbies – Mr. Casteel’s Tech Jobs Activities – Plays, Forensics, TSA, SAFE and Brew Crew Favorite Class - Art MS Student of the Month: Karsyn Flores Parents – Kyle & Kassey Flores Hobbies – . . .
OSCAR WINNERS OF THE WEEK 3-22-19 Alex Scribner, 5th grade Talon Scribner, 4th grade Hannah Hutson, 3rd grade
Mario Triana was selected as our February Employee of the Month. Mario is in his second year of teaching at Flinthills as well as coaching track. Mario was described as a teacher who is constantly looking for opportunities to improve the educational environment. He takes charge of the Primary school compost and even spent his own time painting the school blacktop with hopscotch squares, kickball, and 4-square for the . . .