Mrs. Beames fifth grade class investigated the effects of mold on different foods and in different environments.
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
Mold
Mold
Mold
Mrs. Beames fifth graders investigate the effects of mold on different foods and in different environments.
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
Mrs. Gutsch’s third grade students have been very engaged in learning about the life cycle with some caterpillars! #growinglearners
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
life cycle
Logan Diekmann placed 1st in the Mission Valley JV Cross Country meet. Time of 23:02.14
over 3 years ago, Lisa Beye
Cross Country
Logan
Our amazing staff goes all out with everything they do! They wanted to make sure to create an inviting environment for our students as they returned from summer break. Check out their creativity! #growinglearners
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
boards
boards
boards
boards
Victory formation in Herington! The Railers fought hard to take the lead with 39 seconds left, and held off the Bulldogs for a 36-34 victory over Chase County! Great job Railers!
over 3 years ago, Matt Fox
Football players and cheerleaders greeted HES students as they arrived this morning. If you are able, get out tonight and support the Railers at their first game of the season. #growinglearners
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
FB
FB
FB
Biology students are working on a daphnia lab today.  Different groups changed the temperature of the daphnia’s environment and then recorded its heart rate.
over 3 years ago, Lisa Beye
Etha
Boys
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Rise and grind! Our fifth graders are working hard on their DIBELS math assessment on a Friday morning! #growinglearners
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
dibels
There will be a hamburger feed before tonight’s football game vs. Chase County. Meals are $6, and proceeds go to support the After Prom
over 3 years ago, Matt Fox
It was a big night for the Middle School Railer Football team with a 44-32 win over Centre. Great job Railers! Keep up the good work!
over 3 years ago, Matt Fox
Railers vs. Centre
Champion hour students working hard in the weight room every morning.
over 3 years ago, Lisa Beye
Weight room
MS Railer Volleyball Update vs. Centre A Team Girls fought hard in a loss in two sets. B Team picked up a win in three sets. C Team lost with a running clock. Good job, Girls! Keep Working Hard!
over 3 years ago, Matt Fox
Me Volleyball vs. Centre
Elementary students are currently selling Scentsy circles to raise money for various activities. Product sales are done by families rather than individual students, and purchases can be made until Sept. 20. Sales packets were sent home earlier this week. Individuals interested in more information about the packet should view the video at this address: https://youtu.be/-FrzHWcHlgA
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
HES Site Council is seeking volunteers.
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
site council
Pancakes! Pancakes! Kindergartners learned about measuring and following directions while making pancakes this afternoon! #growinglearners
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
pancakes
Mad Hatter Lesson. Second graders explored the properties of matter in science this week by using various materials to create a hat that would protect their eyes from the sun and keep them dry in the rain. Students used the Mystery Science website to explore the lesson and used their creativity to develop the hats.
over 3 years ago, DeAn Knopp
hatter
Hatter
Hatter
Kansas State Department of Education is requiring all schools to complete nine crisis drills throughout the year. We are having our first crisis drill tomorrow (Thursday, 8/30/18) at 10:00 a.m. Fall Crisis/Fire/Tornado Drill Dates Crisis Drill – August 30th @ 10:00 a.m. Fire Drill – September 5th @ 1:30 p.m. Crisis Drill – September 26th @ 2:00 p.m. Tornado Drill – October 4th @ 10:00 a.m. Crisis Drill – October 22nd @ 9:00 a.m. Fire Drill – November 7th @ 2:30 p.m. Crisis Drill – November 27th @ 12:00 p.m. Crisis Drill – December 17th @ 2:30 p.m.
over 3 years ago, Chris Trapp
Our new Principles of Biomiedical Science class is off and running. Last week the students documented and collected evidence from the crime scene. This week they are running tests on the evidence. Their first mission was to analyze the drugs located at the scene to identify what pills were next to the victim. Today they worked with fingerprints to identify whose prints were at the scene as well as how to find special features or minutiae of fingerprints.
over 3 years ago, Lisa Beye
Science
Science Pictures
Attention current Seniors and Senior parents: Herington High School will NOT be offering the ACT test to students this fall. HHS seniors wishing to take the ACT this fall will need to register for a test session at another site. Please see Mr. Pritchard for test dates and information. Current HHS Juniors will be offered the opportunity to take the ACT this Spring, at HHS, at no cost. More information and specific dates to follow for Juniors.
over 3 years ago, Lisa Beye