Tag: Frances Willard Elementary School
The Arkansas City Police Department cited an Arkansas City driver Dec. 6 after she struck a 4-year-old child with her vehicle, causing injury. Ginda Alexander, 28, was cited for inattentive driving. She was driving a black 2004...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented Creekstone Farms Premium Beef with the November STAR Award on Nov. 29. Creekstone was honored for its ongoing delivery of excellent products with an international presence, as...Read More
Mary Anderson did not grow up in Arkansas City, but that has not stopped her from sharing in the excitement of the annual fall Arkalalah celebration. She will learn all there is to know about Arkalalah after being named one of...Read More
Several local school teachers are raising money to enhance the learning experiences of their students. Lindsay Bowker, Jessica Winegarner and Ellen Cales are attempting to bring in additional teaching tools, ranging from...Read More
The Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has named 76 Kansas schools as recipients of the 2016 Challenge Awards — and Arkansas City Middle School and Frances Willard Elementary School are among them. The awards...Read More
There are several Veterans Day events taking place this year, starting Nov. 9. The C-4 Elementary School Veterans Day program will begin with a reception at 2 p.m. Families are welcome to attend the program. Dustin Schuetz, Josh...Read More
The 2016-17 school year begins this week for all Arkansas City students. Classes for USD 470 first- through 12th-graders begin Aug. 18. Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students will begin Aug. 25. Classes at Cowley College...Read More
The Arkansas City Board of Education approved a hardware lease for a Ricoh copy machine June 13. This is the first step in purchasing equipment to create a joint print shop with USD 465 in Winfield, with the assistance of Twin...Read More
The board of directors of the York Rite Masonic Charitable Funds, Inc. recently authorized a distribution of $600 to the Arkansas City Public School District. The money is from a fund, managed by the RCB Trust Department,...Read More
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