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An inside look at Shelby Wolff

Shelby Wolff, senior, has a bright future ahead of her. She’s a jack of all trades with her skills ranging from cooking, bowling, fishing, and playing the guitar. Wolff plans on attending Butler Community College for culinary arts . . . read more

Emma Hackler Will Travel to Washington, D.C. for Prestigious Journalism Conference

News from George Mason University's Washington Journalism and Media Conference FAIRFAX, VA (02/01/2019) Emma Hackler, a student at Saint Francis Community High School, has been selected to represent Saint Francis, Kansas as a . . . read more

KC Krien

Imagine sitting in a tree stand watching a mule deer cross the field in your binoculars while the wind is howling. That’s where Senior Kody Charles Krien II, “KC,” would be found. Krien’s favorite hobby is to go . . . read more

EmmaLee Archuleta

Senior EmmaLee Archuleta stands tall with big goals in mind. Archuleta plans on “leaving a legacy in journalism.” Archuleta accomplished many things throughout her high school career; captain of the Scholars Bowl team, runner . . . read more

Lauren Johnson Wrapping Up Her SFCHS Career

Lauren Johnson is a very bright and athletic student. Although she is a twin, she is her own person. They have a lot in common, but they are also different in many ways.  “I am not afraid to say what’s on my mind. I . . . read more

Tiernan Poling: Dirt Bike Rider, Wrestler, and so Much More

The wind is blowing at your face. The sound of an engine fills your ears. Your hand is on the throttle as you speed up more and more each second. You see the dirt ramp ahead of you and go even faster. The dust is trailing behind you. The . . . read more

Senior pursues career goals, passions

Already halfway there is Senior Joslyn Ketzner. Dreaming of being a nurse since she was a little kid, Ketzner has done everything she possibly could to make sure her dream comes true. While having her plan all mapped out, it still . . . read more

Students Recognized for Citizenship

At the high school awards assembly on Wednesday, May 9, students were recognized for many achievements. The most prestigious of the awards given during the awards assembly are the citizenship awards. Four seniors, Hanna Bracelin, Tate Busse, . . . read more

Junior High Students Recognized For Citizenship

Many awards were distributed at the Junior High Awards Assembly on Monday evening, May 7. The most prestigious of the awards given were the citizenship awards. Each year the State of Kansas gives a citizenship award to one 8th grade girl . . . read more

Logan Selected to Honor Jazz Band

The KMEA Northwest Kansas District Mini Convention I was held on November 7th at Hays High School in Hays, Kansas. The convention features concerts by three groups of outstanding young musicians, the High School Honor Jazz Band, the Junior . . . read more

Teachers Honored for High Student Achievement

The Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has honored two St. Francis teachers and the school as a result of student performance on the Kansas eighth grade math and reading assessment tests. Carla Schiltz and Lisa Gibson . . . read more

"What Freedom Means to Me" Essay Selected in Local Contest

The Goodland Elks Lodge sponsored a local essay contest for junior high students.  Students were asked to write on the topic "What Freedom Means to Me" as an assignment in Mrs. Gibson's English class.  Clarice Neitzel, St. . . . read more

St. Francis Students Selected For All-State Honor Band

The Kansas John Philip Sousa Honor Band is a statewide honor band open to students in grades 6-9. Participants in the band are selected by audition and are among the most talented middle level musicians in the state of Kansas . Of the 347 . . . read more

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