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posted Nov 21, 2017, 9:22 AM by Alivia Lange



Senior Spotlight:


What are your plans for next year?


Jacob Kautz: Go to college and get a job


Morgan Koster: Going to Wichita State for Criminal Justice

Trenton Jones: Go to college


What is your favorite high school memory?

Kautz: After prom games

Koster: Going to the games and hanging with friends

Jones: Mr. Martens’ AP


What advice so you have for next year’s seniors?

Kautz: Don’t bully underclassmen

Koster: Don’t wait the last minute to do your homework

Jones: Don’t procrastinate



Senior Spotlight

posted Nov 15, 2017, 9:38 AM by Karley Mooneyham

What are your plans for next year?


Abby Heimerman: Attend Emporia State University and major in biology

Amy Heimerman: Go to college

David Hill: Go to college


What was your favorite memory from high school?

Abby: Playing sports

Amy: Cleaning lunch tables after lunch one time when I got in trouble

Hill: When a substitute for Mrs. Becker fell out of her chair


What advice do you give to next year seniors?

Abby: Be nice to everyone

Amy: Don’t be dumb

Hill: Do everything opposite of what Lyle does






Senior Spotlight

posted Nov 8, 2017, 9:33 AM by Travis Willson

What are your plans for next year?

Caylee Harrington: I will go to Butler and go into teaching.


John Hartman: Go to college at Newman University


Christian Hedrick: Play football at a college


What is your favorite high school memory?

Harrington: When we decorated the doors last year

Hartman: I don’t have a memory. I hate high school.

Hedrick: Winning the district championship


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Harrington: Quizlet is a life saver

Hartman: Work hard and don’t screw around

Hedrick: Don’t be satisfied with where you are at; there’s always room to improve.


Senior Spotlight

posted Nov 1, 2017, 10:01 AM by Adyson Koster

What are your plans for next year?


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Kyle Ebenkamp: Go to college


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Dalton Fisher: Work

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Andrew Friess: Go to Fort Hays State

What is your favorite high school memory?

Ebenkamp: Spending time with Nick

Fisher: Football

Friess: Varsity Garden Plain Game


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Ebenkamp: Have fun and take easy classes

Fisher: Be dumb while you can

Friess: Take easy classes


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posted Oct 18, 2017, 9:50 AM by Stephanie Brozovich   [ updated Oct 18, 2017, 10:02 AM ]

What are your plans for next year?


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Chase Blaine: Go to Pitt State or Emporia and do something with health or Physical Therapy



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Delainey Clum: Attend college and receive a degree in nursing


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Shannon Drouhard: Go to Pitt State to study nursing or environmentalism


What is your favorite high school memory?

Blaine: The football seasons

Clum: Foods class

Drouhard: Beating Cheney at home in basketball junior year


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Blaine: Take easy classes

Clum: Don’t procrastinate

Drouhard: Get your stuff done early

Senior Spotlight

posted Oct 11, 2017, 9:33 AM by Makenna Beesley   [ updated Oct 11, 2017, 9:36 AM ]

What are your plans for next year?


Riley Akiu: Go to college and have fun with the rest of my life


Sabrina Bellar: Go to college, possibly for biology to be a physician’s assistant or nurse


Kenzie Biehler: Go to college to be an X-ray technician



What is your favorite high school memory?

Akiu: When Wes put up his propaganda posters for STUCO president

Bellar: When we beat Garden Plaine after like a 10-year losing streak

Biehler: Prom


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Akiu: Get stuff done early--don’t procrastinate

Bellar: Don’t miss school--you’ll get so behind

Biehler: Hang out with your friends as much as possible


Senior Spotlight

posted May 8, 2017, 1:20 PM by stu.maryberntsen@usd356.org

What are your plans for next year?

Hannah Ray: Taking online classes for special education while I work

Marcus Smith: Attending Butler Community College

Annie Robinson: Attend Washburn University


What is your favorite high school memory?

Hannah Ray: Mrs. Martin saying New York Times 25 cents

Marcus Smith: Spring break at Surfside Beach, Texas

Annie Robinson: Junior prom night


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Hannah Ray: Stay caught up because it’s hard to catch up

Marcus Smith: Make the most of it because it goes by fast

Annie Robinson: Don’t give up on your last year because senior year still counts




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posted May 2, 2017, 8:31 AM by Rachel Stuhlsatz

What are your plans for next year?


Jessica Mies: Going to K-State to study God knows what


Zachary Schwarzenberger: Going to Butler Community College studying audio and video


Michelle Willson: Going to Northwestern Oklahoma State University


What is your favorite high school memory?

Mies: Destroying everyone in go-carts at All Star Sports last year

Schwarzenberger: Making my first video

Willson: When Caden broke the set during the first play performance this year


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Mies: Don't take yourself too seriously all the time; have some fun

Schwarzenberger: Have fun, be yourself, all that jazz

Willson: It's your last year; enjoy this time with friends


Senior Spotlight

posted Mar 10, 2017, 9:01 AM by Madelyn Koester

What are your plans for next year?

Alaina O’Neill: Attend Fort Hays in the fall

Janae Pauly: Attend Washburn and study pre-med
Kyle Phillips: Attend Butler for radio, TV and mass communications


What is your favorite high school memory?

O’Neill: When we beat the seniors in the class competition

Pauly: Basketball bus rides

Phillips: When Mr. Harrell went on the stage at the Mosley Street Melodrama


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

O’Neill: Don’t procrastinate

Pauly: Be involved and leave no regrets

Phillips: Apply for many scholarships and don’t procrastinate







Senior Spotlight

posted Feb 28, 2017, 8:34 AM by Rachel Stuhlsatz

What are your plans for next year?


Donovan Mercer: Going into the Air Force and then college

Lucas Mies: Attend Kansas State Polytechnic to become a pilot

Grant Mooneyham: Attend Fort Hays State


What is your favorite high school memory?

Mercer: Freshman year English

Mies: Junior year tennis

Mooneyham: Playing football


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Mercer: Enjoy it while you can.

Mies: You only live once.

Mooneyham: Don’t take any moment for granted.

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