Seniors, please see the scholarships coming due in March at the link below. https://5il.co/pzzn
Herington Railers Boys and Girls Sub-State Brackets!!!
Congratulations to Senior Karli Brott who signed today to cheer next year at Bethany College in Lindsborg. Karli is the daughter of Kenneth Brott.
Sophomore Parents: Our Jostens representative presented information about class rings and sent a packet home with students today. If you are interested in ordering, please follow the online process to do so. They will be taking ring sizes next Wednesday, March 3rd.
Girls Sub-State Basketball Tuesday, March 2, 2021 @ 7:00pm HHS vs Yates Center Location: Herington, KS Spectator guidelines will be posted when available.
Boys Sub-State Basketball Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 7:00pm HHS at Berean Academy Located at Elbing, KS Spectator Guidelines will be posted when available!
Corbyn is the son of Brian Jackson and Dani and Ryan Stevenson. He is involved in FFA, FBLA, SALT, Football, Basketball, and Track. . Corbyn is a dedicated student that is nice to other people. When asked why he thought he was selected for Student of the Month, Corbyn answered, “I am involved in the school and do what I can to make it a better place. One of my goals is to be looked at as a positive role model .” Mrs. Mein feels that Corbyn was chosen for Student of the Month because “He is an outstanding leader, that has done a great job at motivating others in classes as well as on the court. He is always willing to step up to help others, even at the middle or elementary schools.” Congratulations Corbyn!
The Jr. High Scholars Bowl team had their first tournament of the year at Centre. Both the 7th and 8th grade teams received second place!! It was a great beginning to the season! Go Railers!!
HHS vs Inman Tuesday, February 23 at Herington 4:30 JV Boys 6:00 V Girls 7:30 V Boys Games on Railer YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCry0OWR1pyQF_17jHdO4Pew
Shout out to the Lady Railers Basketball Team! Here is the article in "Sports in Kansas" http://kansas-sports.com/ks/news/?id=12644&t=kremeier-abasolo-senior-night-leads-sik-bb-notes
MS Wrestling at Council Grove Tuesday, February 23rd. 4:00pm Start Time Spectator Limits: Each participant will be allowed two spectators that must be a parent/guardian. Masks must be worn at all times.
Juniors, Please arrive at the high school by 8:05 am on Tuesday February 23rd so that we can load a bus to go to the community building to take the ACT. We will be finished around lunch time. It is important that you arrive on time at HHS. You need to ride the bus. Please bring a calculator with you. I will NOT provide one. If you need to get one from a math teacher, do it ahead of time. I WILL provide pencils, no mechanical pencils are allowed per ACT instructions. Any students who have accommodations for testing will be contacted by Mr. Harbaugh. You will stay at the high school to take your ACT with Mr. Harbaugh. Thank you, Mr. Pritchard
HHS vs Council Grove Saturday, February 20 at Herington JV Boys 1:00 V Girls 2:30 V Boys 4:00 Games will be Live Stream on Railer YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCry0OWR1pyQF_17jHdO4Pew
Good afternoon, COVID-19 numbers continue to decline in our County and across the State. The COVID team has determined that Herington schools will continue to operate in the "yellow" for the upcoming week. Thank you
8th Grade Wrestling Recoginition will be Monday night. Wrestling starts at 4pm and 8th Grade Rec will start around 6.
March Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Mrs. Brunner’s fourth grade students were able to Zoom with Doug Peltz, co-creator of Mystery Science (aka Mystery Doug from our HES science curriculum) this afternoon. The students had a blast! He showed us some giant pinecones from huge trees in California and did an experiment with what he calls "anti-helium", or SF6/sulfur hexafloride. #breakingout
HMS Wrestling today at home. Both mats will be on a live feed on the Railer YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCry0OWR1pyQF_17jHdO4Pew
On Monday, Mrs. Kroupa's third to fifth grade remote students learned about baby animals during a Mystery Doug lesson in science, and Tuesday presented a teachable moment related to the lesson! The students were introduced to a da- old baby calf born on the Kroupa family ranch. The calf had been taken into Mrs. Kroupa's basement for a warm-up and needed some extra attention due to the extreme cold. The students enjoyed the surprise and asked many questions about farm animals and care for animals during extreme weather. They fittingly named the calf COBWEB (because cobwebs are found in basements). Welcome to HES, Cobweb! #breakingout
Tonight's HHS basketball games vs Solomon will be live streamed on the school YouTube Channel starting at 4:30pm. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCry0OWR1pyQF_17jHd