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District Personnel

  Linda Basnett Clerk of the Board of Education
  Stephanie Colter (620) 622-4545 SCEMS Secretary, District Treasurer
  Clint Darnell (620) 622-7405 Transportation Director, Activity Driver
  April Lester Food Service Director, Food Service Head SCHS
  Laura Valerius District Technology Integration Specialist

Office of the Superintendent

A Message From the Superintendent 12-22-2020

 

Welcome to the 2021-22 school year. As we continue in one of the more unique and challenging times in education, our students, staff, and community are living history. This allows us to truly evaluate what we do, and how we do it, in order to continue the excellent education that USD 300 patrons have come to expect from Comanche County Schools. This can only be accomplished with the support of our entire Comanche County Community.

 

The USD 300 Board of Education, Administration, Teachers, and Staff have been working hard over the last few months to make sure that the 21-22 school year is set up to be a great year. With the new staff that has been hired, we know they will fit right in with our current school staff and hit the ground running to ensure we are educating our students at high levels.

 

I’d like to encourage all of the USD 300 patrons to stay involved in our school district and support our students and staff throughout the course of the school year. Given our current educational environment, all of us involved in education will appreciate an encouraging word, or sign of support. Thank you for the support that the Comanche County communities have given to USD 300 students and staff in the past, and I look forward to continuing the successes that USD 300 has achieved.

Ty Theurer, Superintendent
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  Ty Theurer Principal, SCHS

Ty Theurer became  superintendent of USD 300 in July, 2020. Ty graduated from Wellington High School, got his bachelor's degree from Kansas State University in Ag Education, earned his masters  in Education Administration from Baker University, and earned the hours necessary for his District Administration license at Fort Hays State University.   He is married to Jennifer, who works for High Plains Journal at Dodge City as a writer and copy editor. They have two sons who attend South Central Schools. Ty is also the assistant golf coach for SCHS, which is perfect, because golf is his favorite hobby.