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First page of the PDF file: JrRailerFootball

Join Jr Railer Football & Cheer! Calling all young athletes and enthusiastic cheerleaders! Whether you're passionate about football or cheering, we want YOU on our team! Open to grades 2-6 for football and grades 1-8 for cheering.

Scholarships & discounts available, ensuring everyone can participate! Don't miss out on the opportunity to be part of an exciting season filled with teamwork, growth, and fun.

First page of the PDF file: GoldandOrangeTravelPoster2

The Newton High School Choirs are hosting an adult prom at Santa Fe's Gym on June 7th from 7-10 pm. Did you miss your high school prom, or want to experience prom as an adult with a different date? Come and enjoy the new Santa Fe Gym for $25 a ticket. No heels will be allowed on the new gym floor!


We will also be hosting a Parent's Night-Out for ages 6-12. This will be $20 per child. We will be in the cafeteria at Santa Fe! Children can come in their PJ's and bring a pillow and blanket.
Tickets may be purchased at the NHS office or through the QR code on the poster.

First page of the PDF file: YouthVeggieGardenProjectflier

Our annual Youth Veggie Garden project provides free plants and seeds to youth of Harvey County from Kindergarten to 5th grade and is a great summer learning opportunity.

First page of the PDF file: 2024SportsPhysicals-Chisholm_fix

Free Sports Physicals at Chisholm Middle School on May 16th, 2024!
FOR SIGN UP & SIGN-UP DETAILS, PLEASE watch your email for a sign-up email.
*Sign up is REQUIRED to receive a FREE sports physical


MAY 16, 2024 | 1:15 PM-4:35 PM
Chisholm Middle School
900 E. 1st Street | Newton, KS 67114


PRE-PARTICIPATION PHYSICAL EVALUATION (KSHSAA) & PARENTAL CONSENT FORMS WILL BE COLLECTED BEFORE THE EVENT VIA EACH SCHOOL!

First page of the PDF file: 2024SportsPhysicals-SantaFe

Free Sports Physicals at Santa Fe 5/6 Grade Center on May 7th, 2024!
FOR SIGN UP & SIGN-UP DETAILS, PLEASE watch your email for a sign-up info email.
*Sign up is REQUIRED to receive a FREE sports physical, as well as REQUIRED parent/guardian presence!


MAY 7, 2024 | 8:30-11:30 | 1:15-4:35 PM
Santa Fe 5/6 Grade Center
103 W. Broadway Street | Newton, KS 67114


PRE-PARTICIPATION PHYSICAL EVALUATION (KSHSAA) FORMS WILL BE COLLECTED BEFORE THE EVENT VIA EACH SCHOOL!

First page of the PDF file: 2024SportsPhysicals-NHS

Free Sports Physicals at Newton High School May 3rd, 2024!

*Sign up is REQUIRED to receive a FREE sports physical! Watch your email for sign-up information.

MAY 3, 2024 | 8:30-11:30 | 1:15-4:35 PM
Newton High School
900 W. 12th Street | Newton, KS 67114
PRE-PARTICIPATION PHYSICAL EVALUATION AND CONSENT FORMS WILL BE COLLECTED BEFORE THE EVENT VIA THE SCHOOL!

First page of the PDF file: SpringDanceSampler

Help your little one Spring into dance at BCAPA 🌸 Now enrolling 4-6 year olds for our Spring Dance Sampler 🌷 Give your child the gift of creativity, confidence, and community through BCAPA's Spring Dance Sampler. This class is the perfect opportunity for your little one to try our most popular dance styles in a fun 4 week session. Check out the class details below!

🗓️ Tuesdays, April 23 - May 14
🕔 5:00 PM - 5:40 PM
💲 Only $60 for the entire session!

No Registration fee and no long term commitments. Spots are limited, so request your spot in class today by emailing hberning@bethelks.edu!

BCAPA is a KEEP provider and dance class payments are fully covered for eligible families.

First page of the PDF file: 2024AppleBlossomFestivalFlyer

This is one of our biggest events with the community. This event is to help raise money for our residents that have run out funds but still have the basic needs such as clothes and hygiene products. All profits go to our Good Samaritan Fund.

First page of the PDF file: WICFactSheet-English

Do you have children under 5? Are you pregnant? Do you qualify for reduced school lunch? Your family may qualify for WIC groceries! Please read!

Mystery Festival fosters investigative skills

Students used a variety of testing methods of the simulation's evidence, including chromatography, fingerprint analysis, testing the pH of liquids, burning threads to identify the type of thread (cotton or wool), looking at a DNA report, analyzing handwriting samples, and using iodine to identify a powder found at the crime scene.