Fairmount celebrated their second annual Career Day with 26 presenters. Volunteers from the community also helped make the event a success. Presenters included illustrator Cheryl Harness, Bayer scientists, a Google Fiber representative, a banker, Wayside Waifs worker, the Army, an electrician and many more.
The fifth graders in Ms. Burke and Ms. Fondren’s class have been learning about the solar system.
- Glendale students spent a day at the Children’s Literature Festival
- Fairmount Fifth Grade Visits Arrowhead
Bridger had the opportunity to raise money for the American Heart Association and have some fun at the same time.
A group of Bridger students volunteered at Harvester’s this past Saturday to sort through massive boxes of potatoes.
- Middle School IMPACT Students Qualify for National History Day State Finals
- Bingham Middle School Celebrates Reading
Van Horn High School and William Chrisman High School faced off against one another at 4 p.m on April 12, 2014.
It was certainly a special occasion and not your typical game. Both Independence teams had the chance to play on the Royals’ home field.
The teams had to sell at least 1,000 tickets to a Royals game to get the chance to play in the High School Baseball Classic.
Several William Chrisman students showed their work at the Festival of Color Art Show at the Sermon Center on April 5.
The Kansas City Star names Truman Senior Becca Jonas as the Women’s Basketball Player of the Year.
There will be athletic summer camps on all three High School campuses.