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August 25th - Bulldog Backer Night - Volleyball Scrimmage at 5:30p.m./Football Scrimmage at 7:00p.m. and Cross Country Recognition at 7:00p.m. - Dodge Ball & Ice Cream Social for all HS Students following the scrimmage in the new gym.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017 ANNOUNCEMENTS Change:  Volleyball Parents’ Night – changed to September 12 th   Tuesday, August 22nd             ALL SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE – 6:30 – 7:30 P.M.            Wednesday, August 23 rd WELCOME BACK – First Day of . . .

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Board of Education Approves District Calendar for 2017-18

The USD 477 Board of Education approved next year's District Calendar at their December meeting on December 5th. Enrollment will be on August 9th and the first day of school will be a half day on August  23rd.  To see a full calendar for 2017-2018 Click Here.

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Girls Cross Country Team Places Second at State

Ingalls' Lady Cross Country team placed second at the KSHSAA State Tournament on October 29th at Wamego Country Club in Wamego.  Junior Kaylee Simon placed 6th individually for 3 team points. Sophomore Ashlyn Cure placed 13th individually for 7 team points Freshman Hailey MInet placed 16th individually for 10 team points Freshman Britlyn Beach placed 63rd individually for 45 team points.   For . . .

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New Parent Notification System

Ingalls USD 477 is transitioning to a new parent notification system. The new system is School Rush. Ingalls has used School Messenger in the past. This message is to inform you of the change and ask you to make sure your contact information is updated. If you have a change to your phone number, email, or address please contact Shelly Whipple or Cindy Kirmer. We definitely need an email address for each family. If you have not given USD . . .

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Extra Activities Make a Better Student

    It is a proven fact that students who are involved in school activities normally do well in college. Through activities, we hope students develop a desire to act with character because they believe it is the right way to conduct themselves.     Even though society is reluctant to address morals and character, schools should not hesitate in doing so. These qualities can and should be taught in . . .

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