NEW SCHOOL SCHEDULE STARTING MONDAY, MARCH 25
Please note start and end times
New LIBRARY Hours:
Monday - Thursday - 6:30 am - 4:00 pm
Tutoring - 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Friday - 6:30 am - 3:40 - No tutoring
SENIOR INFORMATION - Includes the Senior Parent Letter, Senior Timeline, Senior Final Exams Schedule
Students interested in taking KU Concurrent enrollment courses, the application is available on the KU Blueprint website or in student services. Applications are due to your counselor by May 3rd.
JAG-K SPRING NEWSLETTER (Jobs for America's Graduates-Kansas)
CONGRATULATIONS! FREE STATE FORENSICS TEAM
It has been an incredibly successful season thus far for the Free State Forensics Team, and as we get in to postseason competition, I wanted to update you all! For the first time in school history, we will be attending the National Invitational Events Tournament of Champions (NIETOC) May 10-12 in Omaha. And, we will be making quite the splash, as we have will have 10 events competing, which is the most of any school in Kansas! (And, we could still add up to three more!) The following students will be competing for Free State at the NIETOC: Duo Interpretation - Drew Raney and Hugh Sidabutar, Lindsey Hefty and Emily Bial, and Alina Matejkowski and Ian Haas; Humorous Interpretation - Ian Haas and Hugh Sidabutar; Informative Speaking - Jack Benkelman and Ian Haas; Original Oratory - Zach Hill and Spencer Yost-Wolff; and Program Oral Interpretation - Alina Matejkowski.
In addition, last weekend we competed at the East Kansas NSDA National Qualifying Congress Tournament. Out of more than 80 students and 10 schools competing, we had the following results: Zach Hill, second place, House, National Qualifier; Sivani Badrivenkata, third place, House, National Qualifier; Spencer Yost-Wolff, second place, Senate, National Qualifier; Tim Huffman, third place, Senate, National Qualifier; and Free State, first place, Team Sweepstakes!
~Kelly Thompson, FSHS debate and forensics coach
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