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USD 300 Comanche County

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    Basketball Homecoming 2021

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    KSHSAA Revises Decision on Spectators at Events

    The Kansas State High School Activities Association has voted that as of January 29, 2021, four(4) spectators will be allowed per participant to attend events. 

    USD 300 is creating a pass list to be used at each game this winter. We will not always be playing at a school that allows four spectators per participant, and we will notify you of those as we find out. For spectators in attendance, face coverings will be mandatory at all times, per KSHSAA requirements. Failure to wear a face covering in the manner intended may result in removal from the event and may also result in exclusion for future events. 

    Our ultimate goal is to give students every opportunity to participate in winter sports for the duration of the season. We ask that everyone please do your part to help make this happen. Thank you for your understanding.

    Chain of Command - Who Do I contact when I have a question or concern? 

    If you have a question or concern about something in our district, who do you go to first? The chart below should help answer your question. It is always best to solve a problem at the lowest level possible. 

    Communications Protocol

    800 Wins for Coach Rietzke
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    Congratulations to Coach Rietzke for earning his 800th win against Kinsley on February 2!

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    Download for South Centrals Google Activities Calendar

    If you would like to add the South Central Activities Calendar to your phone please download by using the directions and link below. 

    American Heart Association Fundraiser
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    Elementary students received the chance to pie Mrs. Westrup in the face! All they needed to do was raise $25 for the American Heart Association. 68 students completed this goal and Mrs. Westrup received 68 pies to the face! 

    Middle School Leadership Team Valentine Project
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    The Middle School Leadership Team made PomPom Valentines that will be delivered to Pioneer Lodge and Protection Valley Manor residents as a kindness service project.

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    Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow

    Comanche County USD 300 is a community of learners and educators. Our schools challenge students with a highly relevant curriculum and provide support for their endeavors and dreams within a safe and caring learning environment. We love what we do and are proud of our role in preparing young people for their future. Get to know some of our students, and it becomes obvious what makes us so great, but if that’s not possible, browse our website to learn what we’re all about.

    Our Mission: The mission of Comanche County USD 300, in cooperation with the community and family, is to provide a safe learning environment where all students receive encouragement and have the opportunity to learn and acquire the skills, knowledge, and well-being necessary to be productive citizens in a changing world.

    USD 300 Goals: 

    1. Students

    USD 300 will produce high character students with a culture of respect, positivity, and responsibility by holding each other accountable for the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community.

    2. Staff

    USD 300 will seek, hire, and retain high quality staff members for every position in the district through building a family atmosphere where all staff are held accountable for the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community.

    3. Facilities and Learning Tools

    USD 300 will continue to maintain, evaluate, and improve facilities and learning tools as determined to meet the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community in order to provide a dynamic learning environment for students and staff.

    Facts About Our District: 

    Schools: 3          Accreditation Status: Fully Accredited Assessed Valuation:  $35,761,097
    Enrollment: 303 District Area: 864 mi2 Superintendent: Ty Theurer
    Employees: 53 Out of District Students:  <1% Board of Education: View