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    Back to School 22-23
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    Students were excited with back to school on August 10. The morning consisted of pep rallies and meetings for how the school year is going to go. It's a great day to be a T-Wolf! 

    Middle School Summer Space Camp
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    This summer middle school students got to spend the week learning about space. They built and coded robots, made and launched rockets and space landers, and much more. They ended the week with a trip to the Cosmosphere in Hutch!

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    Yearbook Team Places at Camp Competition
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    Three students and Mrs. Patsy Jellison attended yearbook camp from August 1-3. They attended many sessions and learned lots about how a yearbook should be put together. As part of camp, they held a contest. This group was all about competing in the contest. The contest was a slide show that contained certain information. During those three days, the students designed pages, came up with a theme, designed the cover for the book and learned so much more. At the end of the third day they presented their information to the rest of the group. The judges were a couple retired yearbook teachers that have award winning books in the past. Our group did a great job in putting together the information and told what they intended to do this year. This group placed second with the theme "Pack Mentality" and all their spread creations for a title page, opening and closing pages, and more. The theme is unique and the girls are excited to bring that back and share with the rest of the class and make a book that is one to remember. 

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    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.

    USD 300 Goals: 

    1. Students

    USD 300 will produce high character students with a culture of respect, positivity, and responsibility by holding each other accountable for the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community.

    2. Staff

    USD 300 will seek, hire, and retain high quality staff members for every position in the district through building a family atmosphere where all staff are held accountable for the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community.

    3. Facilities and Learning Tools

    USD 300 will continue to maintain, evaluate, and improve facilities and learning tools as determined to meet the ideals and skills expected by the Comanche County community in order to provide a dynamic learning environment for students and staff.

    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