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Southern Elementary to hold Kindgergarten Orientation


Southern Elementary will hold orientation for kindergarten parents for next school year on Wednesday, February 27 at 6 pm in the Multi-Purpose room at Southern Elementary School in Wymore.  Parents will meet the teachers, school nurse, counselors, principal and superintendent.  Parents will also sign their child up for one of three roundup sessions.  If you have any questions, please call ... Read More »

KNDY Salutes Area FFA Members


Your Country KNDY salutes all of our area students who are members of the Future Farmers of America. Listen below to several area students as they describe their involvement with the FFA at their school. Read More »

Meetings to discuss Baileyville B & B schools Tuesday and Wednesday


A meeting to discuss the future of the Baileyville B&B school district is coming up Tuesday evening in Baileyville at 7 pm and also on Wednesday at 7 pm at the Nemaha Valley High School in Seneca.  The USD 115 Board of Education is looking at three options, having Pre-K thru 5th grade go to school in Seneca and 6th ... Read More »

USD 364 considering next years calendar

Marysville High School Bulldogs

The USD 364 Board of Education is pondering two proposed calendars for next school year, one of them includes plans for early dismissal every Wednesday for all students.  This would allow teachers to work together on curriculum and any other matters that may pop up. This year, the junior and senior high students are being dismissed on the first Wednesday of each ... Read More »

KNDY Public Affairs: Bert Lord of Marysville Public Schools


KNDY Public Affairs this week speaks with Bert Lord of Marysville Public Schools. The Marysville High School complex is now on the State & National Registers of Historic Places, and speaks of what that means for the school. KNDY Public Affairs – Marshall Co. Historical Society by Dierking Communications Read More »

America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education wants to give back to the communities


For the second consecutive year, America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education SM, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, will give Kansas farmers the opportunity to enhance math and science programs in their communities. Now until April 15, 2013, farmers can nominate a local public school district to compete for a merit-based grant of up to $25,000. Administrators of nominated school districts may ... Read More »

Summerfield School to stay open a few more years

Prairie Hills USD 113

USD 113 Superintendent Bill Orth told the board members Monday night that the Axtell Building Committee is proposing that necessary repairs be made to the Summerfield School building so that it can continue to be used as a school facility, thus postponing the closure of the Summerfield school, for now. Last year, the board voted to close the Summerfield school at the end of ... Read More »

Frankfort student selected as Senate Page


Trent Kennedy, a junior at Frankfort High School has been selected to be a U.S. Senate Page in Washington D.C. He’ll leave for Washington on January 27 to begin his work on the senate floor and to start school on January 28 and running thru June 7th. Some of his duties as a page will include delivery of correspondence and ... Read More »

Filing deadline quickly approaching


Filing deadline for the April city and school election is coming up soon. If you want to file to run for city council or school board, you must have your application in by noon January 22nd. If a primary election is necessary, it will be held February 26th and the General Election would be April 2nd. Voter registration deadline for ... Read More »

Intruder Drills to be conducted in Marshall County Schools


The recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut have called for a plan of action locally. Now, along with tornado and fire drills, the Marshall County schools have called for set intruder drills. Plans have already been set in the Marysville Public Schools and practice runs have been placed in their schedules. Police Chief Todd Ackerman said that he would be ... Read More »