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Thespians perform ‘She Kills Monsters’

She kills monsters logoStudents in the Repertoire Theatre Class at Hutchinson High School will perform the play She Kills Monsters at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at Hutchinson High School. Doors open at 7 each night.

HHS thespians compete at state

Theater masksHutchinson High School thespians excelled on both an individual basis and as a school during the recent Kansas Thespians Festival in Wichita.

Collectively, HHS Troupe 2277 received the Gold Honor Troupe again this year. The award is given to active troupes who have completed a certain number of projects throughout the year.  In order to receive gold, a troupe must:

Yoder, del Valle named Homecoming royalty

Homecoming royaltyIn a special pep rally Wednesday (Jan. 15), Izaiah del Valle was crowned king and Macie Yoder was crowned queen for Hutchinson High School winter homecoming.

The coronation was postponed by winter weather on Friday (Jan. 10).

‘Taste of Hutchinson’ benefits SCS

Taste of Hutch logo

The annual Taste of Hutchinson – The Men Cook – will benefit Salthawk Community Support at Hutchinson High School and Hutchinson Middle School – 8.

The event will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Hutchinson Art Center, 5th and Walnut in Hutchinson. Tickets cost $40 per person, which includes a taste of all foods and two drinks.

Wiley sixth graders take donations to Noel

Noel sign
Noel Lodge

During a season when teens and tweens focus on getting, sixth graders at Wiley Elementary School focused on giving.

Thursday (Dec. 19, 2019), the students took the work of their own hands to Noel Lodge to benefit individuals who have found themselves homeless. The gifts included no-sew fleece blankets, Christmas cards, baked goods and assorted hygiene products.

Successful Christmas Care Kits drive

McCandless Christmas Care Kits

McCandless sixth grader Xsavior Cervantes along with his classmates and the Hutch Hornets baseball/softball teams collected items for nearly 300 Christmas care kits for foster children in the community. Xsavior definitely gives us 308pride. St. Francis staff picked up the kits today at the school.

Morgan musicians hit the road on Christmas ukulele tour

It may not be 11 pipers piping or 12 drummers drumming for the 12 Day of Christmas, but how about a whole bunch of elementary school students uka-ling?

Morgan Elementary School has students in third through sixth grades this fall who are learning how to play the ukulele. Students voted to go caroling around town in the form of playing their ukuleles or “uka-ling” during the holiday season and singing carols.

Tour Schedule

HMS-7 project examines hunger

H logoOn a week when many in the United States will focus on an abundance of food, some students at Hutchinson Middle School – 7, 210 E. A, will examine how hunger impacts their community.

Students in the Blue Pod at HMS-7 will work on a project-based-learning project that looks at how the community might impact hunger.