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Western Plains USD 106 is a school district located in Ness County, Kansas. USD 106 is comprised of the towns of Arnold, Brownell, Bazine, Ransom, and Utica. At Western Plains, we pride ourselves on the ability to serve each student and help them reach their potential with a highly qualified faculty in the comfort of well-maintained facilities. We are proud of what we do at Western Plains and invite you to check out the site. Thanks for visiting!
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It's Homecoming Week at Western Plains!

Basketball homecoming week has arrived at WPHS! The week leading up to the Homecoming crowning will be busy, with Spirit Week activities taking place all week leading up to the grand finale on Friday evening. On Friday, Western Plains Healy will face off against the Wheatland/Grinnell Thunderhawks in basketball action. The Homecoming ceremony will take place between the varsity games. In addition to being Homecoming, this will . . .

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WIN THIS PALLET!

You- yes, YOU!- could win this awesome piece of Bobcat decor! The Western Plains Post Prom Committee is raffling off this Bobcat pallet, made by A.J. Willour of Ransom. Ticket prices: $1 for 1 ticket $5 for 6 tickets $10 for 12 tickets $20 for 24 tickets The drawing will be held on March 11th. Also drawn that day will be two $25 gift certificates to South Fork Meat Processing. Enter the drawing today!

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Flat Stanley project to reach 5 countries, 11 states, 36 hosts

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Helvetica; color: #1d2129} span.s1 {letter-spacing: 0.0px} Miss Wilson's North Elementary 2nd and 3rd graders just finished the book Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown. As a follow up to the book, they made their own Flat Kids and are sending them off to family and friends. These Flat Kids will be off traveling to 5 countries, 11 different states, and 36 hosts. Their hosts . . .

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Longtime bus driver enters 25th year of service: The wheels on the bus go round and round, thanks to Foos

RANSOM- Behind every successful school district is a multitude of individuals who don’t often get the recognition they deserve. Clarence Foos is one of these people. 25 years later, Foos has many miles and many stories to to tell under his belt. Foos, who calls Bazine home, has driven the bus ever since Bazine and Ransom consolidated into Western Plains. Before that he drove the bus for . . .

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