CJH Participates in Lakin Invitational
At the Lakin Invitational on Thursday, April 28, both 7th grade
teams finished 2nd and both 8th grade teams finished 4th.
next JH meet is the Haskell County Relays at Sublette on May 3.
||GIrls Glee Group Superior
The CHS Girls Glee ensemble received three I ratings at State Large Group Festival on Wednesday. This is the highest rating
awarded. Congratulations to the ensemble and their director Mrs. Lynn Unruh.
||CHS Students Display Art at FHSU HS Art Show
High School students taking art classes from Steve Giebler recently
participated in the Fort Hays State University High School Art Show. Click here for photos of their work.
Students in Mr. Curtiss' fourth grade classroom are working on reports using ChromeBooks to locate information.
Do the Dab
Cam Newton may have invented it and we may not
be the NFL, but students at CES do it with style.
They are celebrating National Library Week.
Mrs. Buehler's class | Mrs. Gladman's class
Mr. Curtiss' class | Mrs. Stucky's class | Mrs. Schilling's class | Mrs. Wilson's class
Mrs. Atzbach's class | Mrs. Krosschell's class | Mrs. Siek's class | Mrs. Henry's class
Mrs. Edmondson's class | Mrs. Burkhart's class | Mr. Ridenour's class | Mrs. Austin's class
Mrs. Schadegg's class
||Grace Greene Wins Gold Medals, Travel Opportunity
Cimarron High School freshman Grace Greene is on her way to San Diego, CA this July to compete in the 2016 FCCLA STAR Events. Grace earned this honor by competing first in our district STAR Events, where she earned a top gold medal, and then at our State STAR Events in Wichita on April 4, where she earned another gold medal for her Illustrated Talk over the topic of adoption and how it impacts society.
Grace will be joining other Gold medal winners from across the state of Kansas, as well as thousands of other FCCLA members from across the nation to participate in, network, learn and enjoy our 2016 National Leadership Conference in San Diego, CA, on July 3-7. Her FCCLA advisor, Frankey Schmidt, will accompany her. Click here for more details.
Scholarships and other Opportunities
for a list of available scholarships and other
opportunities. The list will be updated periodically.
Mike, Heidi, Joe Marcie & Megan Stegman
Introducing Michael D. Stegman
My name is Mike Stegman. I grew up in western Kansas in Sharon Springs as
the child of an educator. Following my K-12 education, I went to Fort Hays
State University, where I earned an industrial arts degree and started my
education career in Burr Oak, Kansas at White Rock High School teaching
primarily woodworking and coaching various sports. During my first six years
of teaching, I was a head coach various times in eight-man football, boys
basketball, boys and girls track and cross country. During my last two years
at White Rock, I was promoted to K-5 and 9-12 principal/athletic director,
which was the start of my administrative career. Following White Rock, I
migrated to Stockton High School as 9-12 principal/athletic director. From
there, I went to Satanta, Kansas as 7-12 principal/athletic director. After
four years as a principal, I was promoted to Superintendent of Schools.
After two years, I moved to Washington, Kansas, where I have spent the
past 16 years as Superintendent of Schools.
Twenty-six of my 32 years in public education have been in administration
in rural Kansas schools. During my tenure at Washington, we went through a
consolidation process with the neighboring school. We are now in our tenth
year of one of the most successful consolidation processes that have occurred
in any rural Kansas school.
My family consists of my wife, Marcie, and our three children, who were all
born in Liberal, Kansas. One reason we migrated to the north central part of
the state was to be closer to extended family so they could be part of the
formative years of our children’s lives. Now that our children are older, it
gives us an opportunity to explore other career opportunities. Megan is a
junior at Washburn University. Heidi is a freshman Washburn University.
Joe is a junior at Washington County High School.
We are very excited to move to a very progressive town with an excellent
school system. Most of all, I am very excited to work within the school
system and be part of the leadership team that will continue to pursue
excellence for all students that attend the Cimarron/Ensign school system.
Environmental Science Newsletter
Read the March issue of the Environmental Science Newletter.
From the Counselor's Desk
The Kansas State Assessment scores from Spring 2015
are now available for Junior High and High School students.
If you would like to see you child's results, please contact
Mrs. Neuschafer at the high school and set up an appointment.
||It is a New Day in Kansas Education
With the input of more than 2,000 Kansans, the Kansas State Board of Education has set a new Vision for Kansas education where “Kansas leads the world in the success of each student.” Visit the Kansans CAN website.
This is a fund-raising project for CES.