Mrs. Selfridge's and Mrs. Wittman’s classes (2 nd – 5 th grades) have Kids Power Bands. To get these bands Mrs. Selfridge applied through UNICEF. The kids have to walk 2,400 steps to earn power points. When the . . .
On February 23, 2017 the Western Plains Junior High participated in the Sacred Heart Invitational Scholars Bowl at Ness City. There were a total of seven schools that attended, including Healy, Sacred Heart/DC, Ness City Public school, . . .
During January 18 through January 20 , Western Plains South Elementary grades 2-3 were working on a Martin Luther King Jr. project. They made flip books, watched videos, and even watched some of his famous speech, . . .
On January 31, 2017, the Western Plains South Elementary grades second through fifth grade participated in a project involving Kansas Day. They completed a project involving making bread and butter. All of the students got to help make . . .
On January 24, 2017 Western Plains North and South elementary grades 3-5 went to Dodge City and toured the Boothill Museum. They went because Boothill provides free school tours near Kansas Day. Kansas Day is January 29th. The students . . .
The Western Plains Healy Jr. High cheerleading squad consists of 4 cheerleaders from Healy: Amy Roberts, Regan Redburn, Dale Honstead, and Harli Roberts, and 3 members from Western Plains: Alana Strickler, Taylor Culver, and Tristan Morgan. . . .
Western Plains Healy girls win at Healy: On Saturday, December 3, the Western Plains Healy girls basketball team won first at the Healy Jr. High Invitational Basketball Tournament 2016. There was a total of four teams . . .
On Monday, October 17, 2016, the Bazine Fire Department came to Western Plains South to talk to the kindergarten though fifth grade about fire safety. Stan Erb, from the fire department, put together the program. Stan and . . .
Patrick Jenkins works as an educator at the Exploration Place in Wichita Kansas. He works to get kids more interested in science and to show a different point of view on science. He recently came to Western Plains and talked to grades K . . .