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    Fall parent/teacher conferences to be held virtually!


    Fall parent/teacher conferences to be held virtually!

    Due to concerns dealing with Covid-19 USD #300 schools will host parent/teacher conferences virtually this fall.  Grades PreK - 3rd grade will have conferences either through google meets or over the phone.  The school will be sure to have documents sent home ahead of the conference time.  PreK- 3rd grade parents will be contacted by their child’s teacher to set up this time.  4th - 12th grade classes will be developing student led conferences. Students will develop a powerpoint presentation to be videotaped and shared with parents.  There will be a follow up questionnaire sent to ask for input from parents. Please feel free to contact the school or teacher to further discuss any issue that is not covered in the student presentation. 

    Memories of Football Homecoming 2020


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    Activity Safety Logistics Plan

    Check here for the safety plan for the week's activities. For the week of October 12 -16 the district is in the GREEN phase.

    Activity Safety Plan
    Homecoming Week 2020

    This year for homecoming, the South Central High schoolers dressed up each day of the week to show school spirit. Themes included Meme Day, Dress to Impress Day, Jersey Day, Blast from the Past Day, and, of course, Timberwolf Day. This year for homecoming the student body did well at participating in the dress up days. We were unable to have our homecoming parade this year, so each class decorated a golf cart and was voted on the best by the crowd at the football game. The freshmen won the best decorated golf cart. This year's spirit king, queen and staff member were Hailey Baker, Franny Rios-Maestas, and Mr. Jones. The classes also participated in our annual homecoming dance off, and the sophomore class won. The sophomore class also won the pizza party which was awarded to the class who dressed up the most during the week. On Friday, we went to the football field for a fun pep rally and the homecoming candidates played a couple fun games, led by the cheerleaders. Friday evening came faster than anyone expected and the moment we had all been waiting for: who was this year's homecoming king and queen? Seniors Landon Uhl and Abby Robles were crowned. Our football team put on an interesting game against the Minneola Wildcats. After the game, we celebrated a win with all of our school mates with pizza and a bonfire at the school. All over, I think it’s safe to say that everyone had a fun filled week, and we were so glad we were able to celebrate under the given circumstances. 

    • By: Macy Denney 


    Download for South Centrals Google Activities Calendar

    If you would like to add the South Central Activities Calendar to your phone please download by using the directions and link below. 

    Mrs. Dale receives Gift from KSDE

    Mrs. Dale volunteered this summer to serve on the Navigating Change Committee for the KSDE. To show their appreciation for Mrs. Dale helping write the Navigating Change document they sent her this book. Mr. Theurer presented her with the book and a thank you from the school for serving on that committee. 

    Fall Senior Night

    South Central High School had their Fall Senior Night to recognize their seniors who competed in Fall Sports at the first home game of the season due to the Covid19 Pandemic. Congratulations to these seniors and their accomplishments!

    Mini Cheerleaders Perform at Game
    mini cheer

    The South Central High School Cheerleaders held a mini-cheer camp Sept. 25 for the elementary. The mini cheerleaders got to perform that night at halftime of the game against Bucklin. Great Job T-Wolves!


    South Central HS/District Office

    Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow

    Comanche County USD 300 is a community of learners and educators. Our schools challenge students with a highly relevant curriculum and provide support for their endeavors and dreams within a safe and caring learning environment. We love what we do and are proud of our role in preparing young people for their future. Get to know some of our students, and it becomes obvious what makes us so great, but if that’s not possible, browse our website to learn what we’re all about.

    Our Mission: The mission of Comanche County USD 300, in cooperation with the community and family, is to provide a safe learning environment where all students receive encouragement and have the opportunity to learn and acquire the skills, knowledge, and well-being necessary to be productive citizens in a changing world.

    Facts About Our District: 

    Schools: 3          Accreditation Status: Fully Accredited Assessed Valuation:  $35,761,097
    Enrollment: 303 District Area: 864 mi2 Superintendent: Ty Theurer
    Employees: 53 Out of District Students:  <1% Board of Education: View

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