DARE trip to the Royals game has been CANCELLED for today!
The 5th Grade Dare Trip to watch the KC Royals has been cancelled for today. A rescheduled date has not been set.
Live Stream Link the the State Track Meet State Track and Field Friday and Saturday Coverage - http://www.kansassportstv.com/
Help spread the word - The HS Boys BB Camp, BB Camp Boys and Girls grades 5-8, and Boys and Girls BB Camp grades K-4 will be May 28 to May 31st. There will not be camp on Memorial Day. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Haist. Thank you for your understanding as we make this change.
LInn Football Camp LHS Football Team Camp 7th-12th grade July 15th -19th 6 am No Cost other than $6 insurance fee, unless this fee is paid from another sport (basketball etc) First Day of Practice : August 19th JH are welcome to our team camp and more details will be forthcoming about their coop with Washington. Sept 30th Possible Date for 1st Annual Football Jamboree with three other schools: The new jamboree in a simulated scrimmage between four schools on a offense/defense rotational basis. More details to come this summer if this develops.
There will be a HS Girls BB Camp May 27-31 from 6 - 8 pm. This is for anyone who is interested in playing HS Girls BB for next year. Please contact Ms. Root if you have questions.
The first and second grade students didn’t let the rain stop them from having fun at their field day this morning. Mr. Haist put together some fun running events, balloon relays, tug of war, and other games. Thanks to the PTO for giving the children a snack and the Linn United Bank for supplying the water bottles.
We have summer job opportunities available for high schoolers! There are a variety of full-time, part-time and PRN jobs available at Clay County Medical Center that would be perfect jobs for students over the summer or even as ongoing part-time positions during the school year. (PRN means you would work as needed, depending on our regular staff schedule.) We’re looking for students who are 16 years old or older. Any of these jobs would get you into the hospital and would be great for your resume as you pursue a career in healthcare. Or even if you aren’t going to go into a medical field, these are good part-time jobs for students in general. Following are areas where we have jobs available: Summer radiology aide - 40 hours per week, great experience and great pay for a summer job. Great for your resume if you want to make it through the very selective process of getting into radiology school! Environmental services Part-time and PRN jobs available in the housekeeping and laundry departments. Registration PRN positions available as well as two regular relief positions available. Regular Relief consists of one to two weeknights from 4-10 p.m. and every other weekend either from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. or 2:30-10 p.m. in the ER/Walk-In Clinic. To apply for any position, go to the CCMC website’s career page and fill out an electronic application under one of the jobs that interests you. http://www.ccmcks.org/currentjobopenings.php
USD 223 Barnes monthly meeting has been moved from from Monday, May 13th to Wednesday, May 8th at 7:00pm
Are you willing to help out Linn schools 4 hours for one school year? Linn is looking for 4 adults to join the Linn Site Council. We have only 4 meetings year that last no more than 1 hour. If you would like more information, please contact Ms. Root.
Linn Booster Club is asking for help with the Linn Picnic this summer. The volunteer hours would count towards the community service award through the school program. To encourage the kids to help to show their appreciation back to the community through the donations that help with expenses to National FCCLA and FBLA programs and the scholarships that are given out to the senior class. It would be 2 hour shifts either helping with the jumping rides or working in the concession stand. Every shift also comes with a free sandwich and drink to show our appreciation for working. This year the picnic is set for July 12 and 13th. If interested in signing up for a shift please contact Jenna Oehmke at 785-541-0483.
On May 14th at 11:00 am, April Benne from Cloud County will be at Linn to discuss how your junior or senior can enroll in college classes. She will explain how classes can be taken tuition free. Please see the attached flyer for class options. Parents are encouraged and welcome to attend this meeting.
The City of Linn is looking for lifeguards for the pool this summer. If you are interested please contact Jayne Lehman at United Bank.
Due to a wet track and weather concerns, Elementary Play Day has been rescheduled to Wednesday, May 15th.
Our Forensics team traveled to Kansas Wesleyan today for State Forensics. Kevin received a II rating (Poetry), Miranda received a III rating(Prose), Carly received a II rating(Prose), Ginger received a I rating (Serious Solo Acting), Lindsay received a I rating Impromptu and received a II rating in Original Oration, and Elise received a II rating(Humorous Solo Acting). Carly and Ginger received a I rating in their Duet Acting! What a great way to finish the season.
Linn High School is still in need of a HS VB Head Coach. If you are interested or know someone who is, please contact Mr. Smith or Ms Root.
The Linn NHS Students went to the Kansas Summit on Tuesday, April 30th. They spent the morning going to workshops over the leadership competencies. The afternoon was spent doing collaborative work on school and community issues. Each group presented their work in the closing session. Elizabeth Bott and Kamryn Smith we’re chosen by their group’s to help present their group’s project.
There will be no high school track practice today.
High School Track at Frankfort has been cancelled for today. Will not be rescheduled.
There will be no junior high track practice after school today - Tuesday, April 30th.
The BVL JH Track Meet scheduled for today has been moved to Thursday at 1:00 pm.
The HS Track Meet at Frankfort will start at 1:00 pm tomorrow afternoon.
The high school track meet at Frankfort tomorrow has been moved up to a start at 1pm with field events and 2pm for running events in hopes of getting it in before weather. Athletes will eat at 11am and leave at 11:30.
Congratulations to the Linn Art Club for placing 2nd at the Highland Art Show. The following received awards: BEST IN SHOW POTTERY- DANIEL YORK BEST IN SHOW MIXED MEDIA-HALEY UFFMAN 1st PLACE, GOLD MEDAL WINNERS JACE SCHAEFER, EARNED 2 FOR INK DRAWINGS HALEY UFFMAN, COLORED PENCIL DRAWING JOSE BAEZ, INK DRAWING KAILY WEICHE, INK DRAWING SPENCER OHLDE, POTTERY H0NORABLE MENTIONS KAILY WEICHE, MIXED MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY CRYSTAL AYALA, EARNED 2, ONE FOR COLORED PENCIL, ONE FOR MIXED MEDIA INK JOHN GUERRERO, INK DRAWING DANIEL YORK, POTTERY RICARDO CARDENAS, POTTERY
On May 14, 2019 a representative from Cloud County will be at Linn Schools at 11:00 am to go over with students and parents information about enrolling in college classes. She will discuss how to enroll in classes, classes available and answer any questions. We would like invite parents to attend so they can have a greater knowledge about what is all involved when it comes to taking college classes as a high school student.
Please join us for Prom Walk 2019 this Saturday, April 27, at 5:30 in front of the school. Bring your lawn chair and camera. There will be time for plenty of pics before the banquet at 7:00.
Fort Hays State University's Hispanic College Institute is a free, four-day, residential program that prepares high school Hispanic students to enter and succeed in higher education. Please click on the link for more information.: https://www.fhsu.edu/hci/
Thursday night is student/parent orientation for those students who will be 7th and 9th graders next year. 7th grade at 6:00 pm and 9th grade at 7:00 pm in the HS Library. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Root or Mr. Voelker.
Divers Education Parent/Student Meeting - This meeting will be May 16th at 5:30 in the Linn HS Library. We will be sending out a letter with more information.
Come celebrate the Class of 2019 On Wednesday, April 24th at 8:30 AM in the old gym at Linn High School is the celebration we call Senior Signing Day. This is a day when we celebrate each and every member on the senior class. We are proud of our Seniors and the plans that they've made for their future. We will have a 7-12 grade assembly that will be joined by parents and grandparents of our Seniors. Representatives of the chosen institutions will also be present. We are honored to have Mr. Don Landoll as our opening speaker. Mr. Landoll will share his story of success and his wisdom with the audience. We hope the information Mr. Landoll shares will inspire the seniors and the students to work hard to be successful. Take advantage of this "photo op" with your favorite senior. Everyone is welcome. Please come and help us celebrate the Seniors.
Drivers Education - Any student that has signed up for Drivers Education must pay the enrollment fee by Thursday, April 18th. If you do not pay, you will not be allowed to take the class.
Any high school girls interested in playing Palmer Softball this summer, please sign up in the office by Wednesday.
Linn Forensics participated in Regional Festival today! Everyone did a great job this season. Several students will be competing at State Forensics on May 4th at Kansas Wesleyan in Salina. Come support Kevin (Poetry), Miranda (Prose), Carly (Prose and Duet Acting), Ginger (Serious Solo Acting and Duet Acting), LIndsay (Impromptu and Original Oration), and Elise (Humorous Solo Acting). Great job Bulldogs!!
Keesecker Argi Business is looking to hire a high school student for evening and weekend farm help. If you are interested please contact Skylar Miller at 785-325-3134
The track meet at Frankfort has been cancelled for tomorrow and rescheduled for April 30th. Field events will start at 2:00 pm and running events at 3:00 pm.
If you are interested in being a life guard at the Linn Pool this summer, please see Haley Dittmer or Daniel York. This is a great way to earn money and have fun at the same time.
Mark the Date - We will have an parent/student orientation for the upcoming 7th and 9th graders. 7th graders will be at 6:00 pm and 9th graders at 7:00 pm. It is important that all students and parents attend. Please contact Ms. Root for any questions you might have.
The 2019 Belleville Lion's Club High School Track Meet will be held at Concordia High School on April 16, 2019. Field Events will start at 10:00 am and running events will start at 11:00 am.
If your are RSVPing for Prom, you must do so by Friday. T-shirts must also be paid for in full by Friday. Please pay Dianne in the office. If you have not signed up, you will not a spot reserved at Prom
April 12th is Spring Picture Day. If you did not get a flyer, please contact the School Office.
We had TVL forensics today and we placed 3rd overall! Everyone did so well today. Individual places include: Ginger- Serious Solo 2nd place and qualified for State! Lindsay- 1st in Impromptu and qualified for State! 5th in Original Oration Carly and Ginger - 4th in Duet Acting Elise- 6th in Humorous Solo and 4th in Impromptu
Linn Schools now has a Twitter Account - Linn Bulldogs and a Facebook Page - Linn Schools - Home of the Bulldogs. Like us and follow us to keep up with what is happening at Linn Schools.
Linn FBLA will be leaving for state FBLA in Topeka on Monday, April 1 at 6 pm and returning April 3 at 8:30 pm. Check back for photos and result updates.
JH Track Meet has been rescheduled for April 15th at Washington.