Award Results from the GFWC’s Art Show Best of Show/State Qualifier: Natalie Boyer with her mixed media piece titled “Repentance” Best of Painting/State Qualifier: Alicja Topczewska with her watercolor comic titled “Your Heart” Best of Other/State Qualifier: Grae Siemsen with her ceramic piece titled “Golden & Blue” State Qualifier for Scholarship Competition: Lily Havel Top Placers: Adam Krohn “Peterbilt” -Charcoal Shanna Doyle “Balloons” - Charcoal Isaiah Evert “All Out Muscle” -Pencil Emma Hubert “Of Nazareth” -Pencil Lily Havel “Sunflower” -Pastel Brinna Stephens “Greyhound” -Pastel Macey Homeier “In Bloom”-Acrylic Alicja Topczewska “Your Heart” -Watercolor Natalie Boyer “Sakura Geisha” -Watercolor Johanna Hahn “Sewing Shop” -Watercolor Kirsten Ball “Lemons” -Watercolor Katie Kort “Bubbles” -Watercolor Brinna Stephens “Faces” - Mixed Media Natalie Boyer “Repentance” -Charcoal Faith Dyke “Paper Flowers” -Sculpture Kaden Novak “Bowl” - Sculpture Conner Sheetz “Uncle Dave” -Sculpture Grae Siemsen “Golden & Blue” -Ceramics Connor Martin “Tornados” -Ceramics Kash Henke “Coil Pot” -Ceramics Kyndal Shockley “Ocean” -Ceramics Lily Havel “Coil Vase” -Ceramics Dakota Clausen-Peters “Coil Pot” -Ceramics Kolby Strnad “Coil Pot” -Ceramics Jacqalyn Parde “Coil Pot” - Ceramics Kyla Sasser “Collard Bowl” -Ceramics Faith Dyke “Oatmeal Splatter” -Ceramics Jackson Voorhees “Ring Set” -Jewelry Natalie Boyer “Turquoise Set” -Jewelry Donika Breedon “Woven” -Fibers Katie Kort “Cat” -photography Lily Havel “Auggie” -photography Connor Martin “Dunes” -photography Johanna Hahn “Bubble in Dresden” -Photography Zack Stenson “Jets” -Photography Adam Krohn “Raccoon” -Scratch Art Connor Martin “USA” -Fused Glass Second Place Winners: Drawing: Matayah Martinez, Kyla Sasser, Conner Sheetz, Alicja Topczewska, Caitlynn Foutch, Ethan Ines, Sawyer Stephens, Johanna Hahn, Connor Martin,Graham Jensen, Carson Simmons, Natalie Boyer, Manny Motto, Brooklynn Talkington, Jose Torres, Makenna Johnson, Abby Knoll, Macey Homier, Connor Martin, Ayden Polansky Mixed Media: Sophie Rieke Sculpture: Zachary Stenson, Damon Haberstroh, Brooklynn Horner Ceramics: Jasmine Rabah, Kogan Wigley, Lexie Smith, Faith Dyke, Jackson Voorhees, Sawyer Stephens, Ethan Ines, Cheyenne Krammer, Eliza Anderson, Lily Havel Jewelry: Jackson Voorhees, Katana Mudd, Carson Simmons, Brooklynn Horner Fibers: Sarah Rieke, Brinna Stephens Photography: Lily Havel, Helena Bracamontes Third Place Winners: Drawing: Connor Martin, Landon Liby, Julian Cuellar, Gwen Cole, Adam Krohn, Manny Motto, Sam Poppe, Ayden Polansky, Damon Haberstroh Painting: Makenna Johnson, Donika Breedon, Eliza Anderson, Caitlynn Foutch Mixed Media: Sam Poppe
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Just set up artwork to be judged. Good luck Repco students and scholarship applicants! Your work looks awesome!!! If you’re looking for something fun to do, pop on over to Washington from 11 to 12:30 today to check out our student’s art and awards!
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Tomorrow is the GFWC Art Show in Washington! Come by and check out RCHS student work from 11-12:30 at KSDS and vote for your favorite piece!!
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Sculpture by Faith Dyke
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Fused Glass Flag by Connor Martin
15 days ago, Tranda Strnad
Fused Glass Flag by Connor Martin
Hamburger sculpture by Zack Stenson
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Republic County Lady Buffs softball traveled to Blue Rapids to take on Valley Heights losing both games 6-10 and 3-5, both were very competitive games. The Boys baseball team took on Valley Heights at Waterville losing both games 0-10 and 8-18, they battled very hard in the second game leading for much of the game before running out of gas. Keep Battling, Go Buffs!
15 days ago, Alan Sheets
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Senior Project Showcase: Senor Lily Havel researched and helped teach a tactical self defense course to help empower young women for her Senior Project. Lily worked with her Mentor Officer Springer along with additional local law enforcement officers to this valuable program to make an impact in the lives of young women in our community. Come see Lily's project and all the Seniors' Project on April 3rd from 5:00 to 6:30 at the High School gym.
16 days ago, Jon Baxa
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Hello, my name is Emma Hubert and for my Senior Project, I created a website for parents who have children with autism. I ask that if you are an educator or a parent who has a child with autism you could fill out my survey. My website, AmPower, is in the description and I would love it if you could leave suggestions. If you do not fit into those categories, and you would still like to leave suggestions, please do so! Thank you so much for helping me to improve my project! I appreciate it more than you know! Google Form Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ofqPBjbe6K_YKqiRmfbNyhqFpMBEgWhkvsStlxmFGeE/edit?ts=66041b99
16 days ago, Michelle Hubert
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER -- APRIL 1 - APRIL 8, 2024 Click on link https://5il.co/2hg2m
16 days ago, Resi Valek
A wop bop a loo bop a wop bam boo! East families- join us on Monday for a fun night of rock & roll!
16 days ago, Ashley Pierson
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Financial Planning Academy. If you have a student that you think you might be interested in some area of finance or financial planning this camp is a great opportunity. It is sponsored by the Charles Schwab Foundation. It is a week-long program that allows students who will be Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors next year to explore the understanding of personal finance and the profession of financial planning. Students get the chance to interact with local financial experts and further develop your skills in leadership, communication, team building, entrepreneurship, marking and more. This year's camp is July 7-12th. There is a cost of $100 but that covers room & board, food and supplies for the week. Here is the link to see more about the Financial Planning program at KSU and the link to register. https://www.depts.ttu.edu/hs/pfp/fpa/apply_ksu.php
16 days ago, Gina Aurand
The KSU Health Professions Exploration Program is an excellent opportunity for students who will be Juniors or Seniors next year to explore different health care professions and academic programs. This is a week long camp where students meet, explore and experience areas such as nursing, medicine, public health, food safety, research and more. There are 2 different sessions that host 20 students each. Spots are filling up. This years sessions are June 23rd-28th and July 7th-12th. There is a cost of $350 which covers room &board, food and all supplies needed for the week . For more information or to register see the link. Student have also received an email about this opportunity! https://www.hhs.k-state.edu/summerhealthprogram/
16 days ago, Gina Aurand
Good Luck to our High School Baseball Team at Valley Heights! Game location is 315 W Elm Street in Waterville. Go Buffs!
16 days ago, Kelly Melton
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Good Luck to our Softball Team at Valley Heights! Field location is 316 W 5th Street in Blue Rapids. Go Buffs!!
16 days ago, Kelly Melton
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Senior Project Showcase: Zach Piroutek developed his skills in the engineering process, CAD software, 3D printing, and computer programming with his Senior Project. Zach's goal was to design and build a hand held device to assist the visually impaired utilizing a LiDAR scanner technologies. Zach's mentor is Professor Tim Bower of Kansas State Salina, who helped Zach trouble shoot various coding problems. Come see Zach's project and all the Seniors' projects on April 3rd from 5:00 to 6:30 at the High School Gymnasium.
16 days ago, Jon Baxa
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The junior high track meet scheduled for tomorrow at Superior has been postponed to a later date due to snow and standing water on their track.
17 days ago, Kelly Melton
Note-rescheduled games from yesterday:
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Senior Project Showcase: Senior Grace Baxter recently completed her Senior Project. Grace partnered with the Cares Foundation in Concordia, KS to carry out socialization training for an animal that will be used as a service dog. She was responsible for the care and socialization training of the animal throughout the entire process from August through February. Her project and some vital career insights were supported by her mentor Dr. Pamela Wheeler of UBU Therapy Farms in Lincoln, NE. The animal she helped to train recently graduated and is now a Medical Alert dog for a well-deserving family. Come see the story of Grace's journey and all the Seniors' Projects on April 3rd from 5:00 to 6:30 at the High School at the Senior Project Open House.
17 days ago, Nick Junker
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Senior Student/Parents Please submit your senior photo and baby picture that you intend to use for the yearbook, senior slideshow, hallway display, and newspaper to Mrs. Parde by Thursday, March 28th. The senior parent ad information (picture, message, and payment) is also due to Mrs. Parde by Thursday, March 28th. If you have questions, email nparde@usd109.org.
17 days ago, Nicol Parde