Last week, students, community members, several district teachers and one school board member joined reporter Patrick Richardson from the online publication the Sentinel for a roundtable discussion about USD 329’s academic successes.
Football defeated Marion 22-14 Friday for the school’s first regional title. The Chargers enter the quarterfinals for the first time since 1976.
The voters of USD 329 should vote YES on the latest bond issue. The latest attempt to pass a bond has been met with a variety of responses from the community. We have a different perspective than many community members, because we spend every day inside the school buildings.
The Charger is no longer the only student newspaper in USD 329. This week, the first issue of the MHES Charger went to print.
County clerk Abby Amick sat down with the Charger to discuss her role in local government and explain how local elections work. Amick’s job includes managing elections, making purchases and payroll for the county, keeping county commission records and managing public transportation.
The Chargers handled the Belle Plaine Dragons easily Thursday, winning 54-13. The Chargers got off to a hot start, forcing a safety on the second play from scrimmage. The Chargers built on to lead 54-0 at half.
The Charger was named the grand Champion of the print division of the Kansas State Fair Scholastic Press Corps.
Girls cross country placed fifth at state Saturday, with sophomore Payton Wurtz finishing in second place. The team improved from a sixth-place finish last season.