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CMA students donate shirts to Wichita Children’s Home

CMA students donate shirts to Wichita Children’s Home

Third-grade students in Karla McGinnis class at Christa McAuliffe Academy wrapped up a community service project for the Wichita Children’s Home. The students donated more than 35 ...

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Horace Mann honors graduating seniors

Horace Mann honors graduating seniors

Graduating seniors from North, East, Heights, Northwest and South came back to Horace Mann to encourage students to do well in school and achieve their dreams of graduating. The s ...

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Online enrollment for 2016-17 will begin July 11

Online enrollment for 2016-17 will begin July 11

Online enrollment for the 2016-17 school year will be available July 11. All parents with a ParentVue account will be able to complete standard enrollment forms, pay for enrollmen ...

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Business professionals help Gardiner students ‘Read to Succeed’

Business professionals help Gardiner students ‘Read to Succeed’

Twenty-three professional women are taking time out of their busy schedules each week to help Gardiner Elementary third-grade students improve their reading skills. Members of Uni ...

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Price-Harris marks 25 years of Bridge to Bridge run

Price-Harris marks 25 years of Bridge to Bridge run

Students at Price-Harris took part in a yearly tradition that promotes wellness and fun. The students took part in the one-mile Bridge to Bridge Walk/Run, which takes place betwee ...

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Hadley students take off to wrap up Flying Challenge

Hadley students take off to wrap up Flying Challenge

Sixty students from Hadley Middle School got a birds-eye view of Wichita to wrap up its year-long Airbus Flying Challenge, a partnership between Hadley, Airbus, the United Way, th ...

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Southeast seniors say goodbye to their old school

Southeast seniors say goodbye to their old school

It was a bittersweet day for seniors at Southeast High School. As the more than 300 soon-to-be graduates gathered together during the Senior Breakfast, they reflected on their fut ...

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Hamilton students explore history of their school

Hamilton students explore history of their school

Several students at Hamilton Middle School were curious about the rich history of their school, which is one of the oldest middle schools in Wichita. After consistently being aske ...

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Christa McAuliffe crochet club leaves gifts for others

Christa McAuliffe crochet club leaves gifts for others

Students in Christa McAuliffe Academy’s Crochet Club gave gifts for others to keep warm. The Crochet Club, made up of 6th graders Judy Nguyen, Asia Dawson, Aubree Dawson, Mallory ...

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Enterprise student starts food drive at school

Enterprise student starts food drive at school

Juliana Robinson, 4th grade student at Enterprise Elementary, wanted to make sure others in the community don’t go hungry. She started a food drive at her school the first week of ...

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Jardine principal named Regional Magnet Principal of the Year

Jardine principal named Regional Magnet Principal of the Year

Lura Jo Atherly, principal at Jardine STEM and Career Exploration Magnet Middle School, has been named Region VII Principal of the Year by Magnet Schools of America. The award rec ...

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Earhart students test environmental knowledge

Earhart students test environmental knowledge

Students at Earhart Environmental Magnet tested their knowledge at the school’s Environmental Education Bee. The student-teams were divided by grades K-1, 2-3 and 4-5 and answered ...

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McLean students build bridges with buddies

McLean students build bridges with buddies

McLean students learned the basics of engineering and teamwork during the school-wide Buddy Bridges project. Teams of students in primary grades were paired with their buddies fro ...

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North students see if their projects sink or float

North students see if their projects sink or float

North High students in Ryan Owen's AP Physics class were challenged to see if their ideas held water. The students took what they learned about buoyancy, Archimedes' Principle and ...

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Southeast students present books to “Future Buffs”

Southeast students present books to “Future Buffs”

Just before the holiday break, students at Southeast High School delivered gifts to kindergarten students at Caldwell Elementary. The Caldwell students received new books to take ...

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