Retirement Reception for
FRIDAY, MAY 4TH, 2018
3:45 to 5:30
at the elementary cafeteria
PLEASE COME AND HELP US HONOR
THEIR years of service
to the children of our schools!
GWENN BELTON – 23 YRS
rachel beaver – 10 yrs
Nominate any USD487 Staff Member for a Railer Express Gram!
A Railer Express Gram is an unsolicited positive recognition that acknowledges any Herington Schools Staff member who has demonstrated a special effort, an outstanding job, is caring or sensitive towards someone, or someone they go the extra mile! Someone who does it "The Railer Way!"
Who can submit a nomination?
Students, Parents, Teachers, Administrators, Co-Workers, Community Members.... Anyone!
Click link below to nominate your choice!
Herington Elementary School is in the third year of the Railyard Afterschool Program. This program is funded by a grant award from Kansas Reading Roadmap or KRR. The KRR model integrates and aligns all of the out-of-school interventions with the school day, and its focus and efforts promote third grade reading proficiency. Reading proficiency in third grade matters because literacy is the foundation of all learning. Failure to master reading is directly associated with poor educational outcomes. According to the Annie E. Casey Foundation, . . .read more
Community Service opportunities listed on this page are pre-approved by high school administration. Students will not have to see administration before doing these activities; they will only need to complete the correct forms and documentation after completing their service hours. Students: Please know you can work on getting your hours through the summer. You will need to complete the forms and turn them in at the beginning of the next year so document your activity! Please check every week for new additions! Organization Date Time Location Activity Ken White 970-331-6161 Summer Work 2017 Varies Herington Mowing, Gardening, Painting, and more. Hilltop Ongoing Call to gather info. Call Lori Dornbusch 258-2956 Painting and Kitchen work Senior Center Every Friday 5-7 p.m.. Senior Center Wash Dishes . . .read more
Herington Public Schools is fortunate to be able to run both in-town and out-of-town bus routes. Listed below are the in-town routes and morning pick up times. Afternoon routes will make the same stops. Out-of-town families are contacted by their bus drivers for pick up and drop off times. /vimages/shared/vnews/stories/5023c667df426/BUS STOP ROUTES.pdfread more
USD 487 BOARD MEMBER ADDRESS PHONE E-Mail Brandy Collins 1650 S. 3000 Rd 313-1019 (H) email@example.com Ben Meyer 1217 South 2900 Rd 466-2806 (H) firstname.lastname@example.org Annetta Flax email@example.com Van Donahue firstname.lastname@example.org Allie Hawkes email@example.com Amy Thibodeau 104 S. D Street 785-226-3365 firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Wendt 201 East Trapp Street PO Box 285 email@example.com Mr Ron Wilson 258-2263 (W) firstname.lastname@example.org Robyn Heitfield, Clerk of the Board 809 East Trapp 258-2263 (W) email@example.com more
Textbook rental fees are due on the first day's attendance in any attendance center. Students and/or parents who feel that they cannot pay the listed textbook/workbook rental fees may appeal to the Board of Education for waiver of said fees. Inquire at the building principal's office. Kindergarten -- $30 Grades 1-12 -- $30 Class fees may be assessed in some high school courses. Students and/or parents who feel that they cannot afford to pay the listed fees may appeal to the Board of Education for waiver of the fees. The following classes require an additional fee: Band -- Students who check out a school-owned musical instrument will make a $10 deposit that will be refunded if the instrument is returned in the same general condition as it was when checked out. Art -- $20 per semester Foods Management -- $25 per semester Photography -- $10 Wood Shop -- $20 Metals Technology -- $20 High and Middle School Laptop -- $25 Additional fees may be assessed for workbooks and practice sets in some high school classes.read more