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Even with a pandemic, the show must go on!
In this case, the show is the Sixth Grade Art Show. An in-person show had been scheduled for this month at the Hutchinson Art Center. At this time, however, Hutchinson USD 308 as well as the Hutchinson Art Center buildings are closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The student work now will be shown as a virtual exhibition, available on https://www.hutchinsonartcenter.net/exhibits/sixthgradeartshow.
The online Exhibition ends on April 19.
After three seasons, Hutchinson High School head boys’ basketball coach Ted Webster has resigned.
Because of COVID-19 precautions, Webster was unable to meet face-to-face with players and communicated with players via text messaging about his decision.
Webster, a social studies teacher for Hutchinson USD 308 since 1995, was named to the head basketball coaching position in May 2017. In his three years at the helm, Webster’s record was 9-54.
You may have seen information about the state’s plans for Continuous Learning. Our staff will be working on a plan that will combine online services and paper packets.
Our plan is to roll out that program to our families, beginning April 6. Closer to that date, we’ll get you more details. We also will announce when you will be able to retrieve your students’ possessions at your buildings.
We are in the process of compiling of list of frequently asked questions that will be posted here and on Facebook. Things like:
Please be patient with us. It is critical that we provide you with accurate information.
Below is a letter we've shared with our parents.
March 12, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The safety, health, and well-being of our students and staff is our top priority. We want to share basic facts with you and what the district is doing at this point to keep your family healthier.
Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Confirmation can only be done with a specialized respiratory test. According to KDHE there are four confirmed cases in Kansas.
Our HHS Thespians are at it again!
Wednesday (March 11), theater programs from across Kansas converged on the Capitol in Topeka, Kansas for the second "Theater in Our Schools" Advocacy Day. The goal of the day is to celebrate the essentialness of theatre in our schools and its impact on students, communities, and Kansas itself.