The Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) is currently conducting a superintendent search for the St. John School District.
On Dec. 5, community members will have the opportunity to meet with a representative of KASB to share their expectations of the candidates for the superintendent position.
These expectations will then be shared with the Board of Education for consideration as they make decisions.
The meeting will be held in the community room of the Ida Long Goodman Library and will begin at 5:30 pm and last about 45 minutes.
Please contact district office at 549-3564 if you have questions.
Cold weather is just around the corner and students don't always make good choices on what to wear for these conditions.
Medical experts say that it doesn't matter if you plan on being out in the elements for an extended period of time, or just a few minutes. To protect our students from any cold-weather danger, please encourage them to dress for the conditions.
Temperature alone may not provide enough information, though, to help students make good decisions about what to wear. Wind chill can also play an important part.
As the wind speed increases, heat is carried away from the body at an accelerated rate, driving down the body temperature. Fingers, noses, toes, and ears are usually the most susceptible areas to cold-weather injuries and should be protected
The St. John student council will be conducting their annual food drive on Nov. 28 - Dec. 2. The food donations are donated to the St. John ministerial alliance food bank for distribution.
Upcoming events: Dec. 22 End of first semester, Dec. 23 - Jan 3 Christmas Break, Jan. 4 Classes resume
Thought for the week: Developing the mind is important, but developing a conscience is the most precious gift parents can give their children. - John Gray
Chalkboard is provide by Dr. Joames Kenworthy Superintendent of USD 350. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org