Cimarron High School is …
a 3A high school in southwest Kansas on Highway 50 between Dodge City and Garden City. We belong to the Hi-Plains League and our mascot is the Bluejay.
In cooperation with family, community, and students, the mission of USD 102 is to strive for excellence
by preparing students to be responsible, productive citizens in a challenging society.
Round Robin Tennis at CHS
The CHS Tennis teams hosted a round robin match
on September 11 with included Meade, Ashland
and Greeley County. The #2 doubles team of Rachael
Hawley and Kanessa Jones took third place.
JV Bluejays Lose to Stanton County
The Trojans defeated the Bluejays Monday evening
36-2. The JV Jays next play on September 22, taking
on the Sublette Larks at home.
Cross Country at South Gray on September 13
Kari Blattner placed 2nd and Joisan Smith place 5th to
lead the CHS Girls cross country team to a 1st place finish
at Montezuma. Click here for detailed results.
Cimarron Defeats Stanton County
The Bluejays travelled to Johnson on Friday, where they
defeated the Trojans 62-6. The Bluejays are 1-1 for the
season, and travel to Sublette for a 7:00pm game on
Dodge City Invitational Golf
The CHS Ladies Golf team played at Mariah Hills on September
11. Morgan Ediger finished in sixth place with a score of 91.
Maty Moyer scored 108, Konner Moler 126, and MaKenzie
On Thursday, September 11, the Jr. Jay Volleyball team went
defeated Stanton County 2-0. Their record is 1-1 and they
next play at Sublette on September 18.
Jr. Jays Host Stanton County
The Junior Jays defeated Stanton County at home on
September 11 14-0, making them 2-0 for the season.
They next play at Sublette on September 18 at 6:00pm.
From David Ediger
Welcome to another year of Bluejay Athletics! We are excited about the possibilities of the new year. This year our parent meetings will be conducted by each individual coach. I have given them information in this letter to give to each of you.
Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions concerning the information in this letter.
David Ediger, CAA
USD 102 Athletic Director
1. All students must ride to events in school sponsored transportation. The ride home is up to each individual coach. However, if the coach allows a student to sign out, only the parent or legal guardian may sign them out and take them. Neighbors, grandparents, aunts, etc. are not allowed to sign out and take a student.
2. Supplemental insurance is offered thru the same company that provides our mid-level catastrophic insurance. Basically, if your child gets hurt, you (or your insurance company) is responsible for the first $9999. That is where this optional insurance comes in and helps. The school’s insurance will cover from $10,000 - $24,999. If the bills go above $25,000 the KSHSAA insurance helps out. Please see the HS for a form. This insurance can be used along side yours and is very affordable. You may purchase football only insurance if you choose to.
3. We understand that there may be a time when you feel the need to talk to a coach about a situation that may arise. We have a 48 hour rule here at USD 102. If you need to visit with a coach, you may call the next day and set up an appointment. It is never OK to approach a coach after the event. Nothing good comes from an immediate confrontation after an event. Finding a solution to a problem comes when people can sit down and discuss the situation rationally. Please be aware that your child will need to be present in the meeting. We won’t hold meetings without the student involved. Of course, if it is a situation where you just need to give the coach information he or she may need to know to help understand why the child is feeling the way they are, to discuss a medical condition or other types of situations, then the child will not be required to be at the meeting.
4. Once again I will be using Twitter to keep people up-to-date on scores/results as they are happening. If I am not at an event, I typically have someone texting me with updates and I try and get them out as they come in.
5. If anyone would like to work at an event and earn a pass for the year, please contact me at the HS. I am always looking for people to take gate, line judge, etc.
6. Lastly and probably most importantly! If we want our students to be successful, we must ALL work together. As the legendary Coach John Wooden once said: “Ten strong horses could not pull an empty baby carriage if they worked independently of each other.” Even though we all don’t agree all of the time, we must keep in mind that we are all Bluejays and want the same thing – for each student-athlete to be successful. The only way to accomplish that is working together!
Principal John Luhrs on MAP Testing
MAP testing (Measures of Academic Progress) is new
to CHS. This guide will help parents and students the
hows and whys of this state-aligned assessment.
Kansas State Department of Education Website
CHS Booster Club Membership Form
Click here to join the CHS Booster Club or
for more information.
A web site has been created by several individuals (not associated with U.S.D. 102) to ". . . handle all reunion information and allow classmates to find each other and communicate." Check it out at http://cimarronks.alumniclass.com.