FFA Livestock Competes Well
Good job to the FFA Livestock teams as they competed at Smith Center on Tuesday, March 24. More. . .
EJH Competes Well At League
Congratulations to the 8th grade scholars bowl team on winning the league meet. The team went 8-1 on Tuesday. More. . .
35 Out for High School Track
There are 35 boys and girls out for track this year to start the 2015 season. On the boys side there are 5 seniors, 5 juniors, and 7 freshman. For the girls there are 2 seniors, 3 juniors, 4 sophomores, and 9 freshman. More. . .
EHS Honor Roll
With the end of the third quarter, the EHS honor roll has been announced. Congrats to those who made the Honor Roll! More. . .
‘Unhealthy’ School Lunches Change
School lunches have been a problem for many students since 2010. The lunches are required to contain more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. This helps to limit salt, sugar, fat, and calories in the food. More. . .
USD 388 News
The latest edition of USD 388 News is complete. We would like to thank City Plumbing for sponsoring this episode. Click here to watch the episode.
Forensics Travels To Oakley
Monday, March 13, the forensics team travelled to Oakley for their league forensics meet. The team placed very well, despite tough competition and sickness. More. . .
Railers End Season 18-6
On Wednesday, March 11, the Railers traveled to Manhattan to play in the state tournament against the St. John Tigers.The Railers struggled against St. John's Dean Wade who scored 30 points against the Railers. More. . .
Journalism Takes 3rd at Regionals
On Thursday, February 26, the EHS Journalism team traveled to Fort Hays State University to compete in Regional Journalism. The team did a fantastic job receiving 3rd place overall, right behind Lincoln, 2nd place, and St. Francis, 1st place. More. . .
Mac Competes Well in Sunflower Spelling Bee
The Sunflower Spelling Bee was held Saturday, March 7th, 2015, in Beach Schmidt Performing Arts Center on the campus of FHSU. Mac Hayes, 8th grader at Ellis Junior High, represented Ellis County at the bee. More. . .