Wichita Public Schools

Twenty high School students helped collect school supplies during Chick-fil-a’s Fill the Bus drive on August 8. Visitors could donate supplies to receive a free sandwich. The students manned the drop-off sites at both locations as people dropped off pencils, paper, notebooks and glue sticks. Hundreds of supplies were collected and given to North High School and Price-Harris Communications Magnet. The students who worked the drop-off sites were

Abbi Faflick, Nate Faflick and Melanie Lower, East; Noni Beacham and Lorena del a O, Heights; Sanam Bhakta, Ginger Garcia, Paola Ramirez, Erin Schueller and Maddie Warren, North; Caleb Soliday, Northeast; Kelsi Cannady, Jamie Gallagher and Tori Martinez,
Northwest; Hadleigh Buck, Allen Hommertzheim, Na’Tianna Stocker, Ta’jahne Stocker and Kaytee Wisely, Southeast and Logan Godsey, West. This is the second year for the Fill a Bus event.
South principal named Kansas High School Principal of the Year
South principal named Kansas High School Principal of the Year Students in College Hill’s summer program held their annual lemonade stand to collect donations for charity. This year, the students chose the Kansas Humane Society to support. The students served regular and frozen lemonade to help cats and dogs find forever homes. In three days, the students helped raise $772.07. During the fundraiser, Mark Eby, President and CEO of the Kansas Humane Society and Lynette Dyson Murphy, Chief Development Officer, visited the school to thank the students for their efforts, and to enjoy a cool drink.
College Hill summer program sells lemonade for pets
This is the fourth year College Hill’s summer program has raised money for a good cause. The lemonade stand has previously supported tornado victims in Joplin, MO and Moore, OK and the United Way. College Hill summer program sells lemonade for pets
Cara Ledy, principal at South High School, was named Kansas High School Principal of the Year by the Kansas Association of Secondary School Principals. Assistant Superintendent Bill Faflick, along with other WPS administrators, surprised her during an inservice session to celebrate her honor in front of her peers. She will be formally honored during the KASSP Fall Conference in November.

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