The following is a link for downloading the Student Handbook. Student Downloadable Handbook INTRODUCTION This book is put together for your use and reference during the school year. It is hoped that you will take pride in your school. To make a school successful requires a positive attitude of its . . .
Have you ever considered hosting a foreign exchange student? No? Maybe you should give it some thought. If you ask someone who has hosted a student you will hear a great story. If you have room in your house and your heart, it can be an amazing experience. I have been approached by a couple of agencies that . . .
On Wednesday, July 15, there is going to be a one-day volleyball and basketball skills camp held for all girls entering the 6th-8th grades at WPJH this fall. The camp will be held at WPJH. Transportation from the north end will be provided. All information is below. Please contact Pat Flax (785-731-5272) or Amy Flax (785-731-3280) with any questions. July 1, 2015 TO: All girls entering the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade SUBJECT: One day volleyball and basketball camp Hey Bobcat girls! If you are getting this letter, it’s because you are going to be either a 6th, 7th, or 8th grader at Western Plains Junior High this upcoming school year and there is something we want you to know about! On Wednesday, July 15, there is going to be a one day volleyball and basketball camp, held in the gym at Western Plains South. The volleyball portion will be from 4:00-6:00. We will take a short break to eat and refuel and then we will practice basketball from 6:45-8:45. We would really like you to attend both sessions. The camp is going to be run by current high . . .
Contact information is vitale to the success of every alumni association in order to plan the annual Reunion Banquet and to assist graduating classes with their individual reunions. The Ransom-Arnold-Brownell-Western Plains High School Alumni Association has secured a website and an email to help keep everyone linked into the association. Please go to rabwp.com to register your contact information online and/or email your contact information to RABWclassreunion@hotmail.com. Don't miss out on the invitations, don't lose contact with old friends. Register with the Alumni Association today.
Merchandise For Sale Baseball Hats (velcro) $17.00 Rally Rags $5.00 Sport Bags $10.00 Stadium Seats $40.00 Wrist Bands $2.00 Contact: Debbie Fairbank-- President 785-731-2352 (work)
RANSOM-Learning about local and national govenment is one of the focal points of study in Mrs. Debbie Hagan's Political Science class. It is extreamely important to be knowledgeable about what is going to around us and the deiceisions that are being made by governmental bodies that affect our every day lives. The Political Science class, which consists of Daniel Hair, Hailey Fairbank, Kelly Flax, Braden Mishler, and Madeline Withington, attened the Western Plains School Board Meeting on Monday, March 9th. The class is studying local government and went to the meeting to get a better understanding of how it is set up and the laws they are restricted by. Attending the Meeting gave them the opportunity to see a small political body function, and the students had the chance to view the meeting's procedures and workings. Senior Madeline Withington learned a lot from attenting the meeting. "It was really informative," commented Withington. Senior Hailey Fairbandk added, "It was interesting to see what the board said about different things and how they conducted their business." The political Science class is not the only class . . .
The following file is the District Calendar in excel and in PDF. 14-15 Calendar (Excel) 14-15 Calendar Also available are past calendars for your viewing. 13-14 Calendar (excel) 2013-14 Calendar (pdf) 2012-13 District Calendar 2012-13 District Calendar (pdf)
RANSOM- State championships in Scholars Bowl competition were held across Kansas on February 14. For the fifth year in a row, the Western Plains team competed at the 1A Division II level. This year, the team returned home with the distinction of having earned the runner-up trophy. All twelve of the teams qualifying for State Scholars Bowl do so by placing in the top three at one of the four regionals held across the state. Pools for state are established by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. The Bobcats found themselves . . .