Stephanie Barrett - Training Coordinator, Jon Nickless – Location Manager, & Kyle Blochowitz – Service Manager of 21st Century Equipment meet with students from JHS to share the multitude of job opportunities, training, and tech programs 21st Century has to offer!
about 4 hours ago, Julesburg School District
Stephanie Barrett - Training Coordinator, Jon Nickless – Location Manager, & Kyle Blochowitz – Service Manager of 21st Century Equipment meet with students from JHS to share the multitude of job opportunities, training, and tech programs 21st Century has to offer!
A shout out to our student volunteers!!!
3 days ago, Julesburg School District
Fall Festival special thanks to the Julesburg Students.
Parent-Teacher Conferences: Thursday, October 21st from 8 am - 8 pm. We hope to see you there!
3 days ago, Ryan Renquist
PT conferences
Please see the week of October 18th JSD food service menu...
4 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
October 18th Weekly Menu
The annual JHS student blood drive will be hosted on Monday, October 25th from 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. at the Christian Church Community Room. Please contact our Student Blood Drive Coordinator, Chloe Goshe, to schedule your appointment 970-629-5285. Walk-ins are Welcome!!
4 days ago, Julesburg School District
Blood Drive Monday, October 25th in Julesburg at the Christian Church Community Room from 11:30-5:30.  Walk-ins welcomed.
Melissa Smith, Northwest Kansas Technical College, meets with the juniors and seniors from JHS to discuss the career pathways they provide and how to sucessfully pay for your post-secondary education.
4 days ago, Julesburg School District
Melissa Smith,  Northwest Kansas Technical College, meets with the juniors and seniors from JHS to discuss the career pathways they provide and how to sucessfully pay for your post-secondary education.
Mr. Ehnes, JHS Superintendent, joined the Class of 2025 as they were awarded a pizza party for achieving the highest percentage of students to achieve their fall NWEA goals. They were eager to discuss their scores with him and the strategies they put into play in order to reach their personal goals.
4 days ago, Julesburg School District
Mr. Ehnes, JHS Superintendent, joined the Class of 2025 as they were awarded a pizza party for achieving the highest percentage of students to achieve their fall NWEA goals.  They were eager to discuss their scores with him and the strategies they put into play in order to reach their personal goals.
Parents/Guardians of 1st Grade Students: Please click on the link below for information regarding a positive Covid-19 case in the first grade class. Link to information: https://5il.co/10hro
5 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
We want to make sure to include ALL of our community's former and active service members. Please share!
5 days ago, Julesburg School District
honoring those who served veterans day flyer
This is a wonderful opportunity to take part in the Love and Logic series locally. This is open to all community members! A great course for both parents and caregivers of young children. You will gain valuable knowledge and skills that you can use Day 1. Please come join us!!
6 days ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Love & Logic flyer
SSgt Hopper and PVT Nelson of the U.S. Marine Corp talked to our students today about the additional options they have when planning for their post-secondary educational endeavors. The students learned the various jobs that are available in this branch as well as the ways to pay for a college education along the way. The students were most appreciative of their time and most importantly their service to our country.
6 days ago, Julesburg School District
SSgt Hopper and PVT Nelson of the U.S. Marine Corp talked to our students today about the additional options they have when planning for their post-secondary educational endeavors.  The students learned the various jobs that are available in this branch as well as the ways to pay for a college education along the way.  The students were most appreciative of their time and most importantly their service to our country.
SSgt Hopper and PVT Nelson of the U.S. Marine Corp talked to our students today about the additional options they have when planning for their post-secondary educational endeavors.  The students learned the various jobs that are available in this branch as well as the ways to pay for a college education along the way.  The students were most appreciative of their time and most importantly their service to our country.
Congratulations to the Freshmen Class! They earned a Pizza party for being the class with the highest percent of students who achieved their goal on the Fall NWEA tests! Way to go Freshmen!!! We are very proud of you!
7 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Freshmen Class NWEA Champions!
Reminder: This Friday 's Football game is Parent's Night and Pink Out! Come in your pink for Breast Cancer Awareness.
7 days ago, Julesburg School District
Pink Cougar Country
Jenny Hurtt, Executive Director of Admissions and Outreach, from Colby Community College meets with the Juniors of JHS to teach them about the multitude of programs their college has to offer. This particular discussion was focused around Livestock Management.
7 days ago, Julesburg School District
Jenny Hurtt, Executive Director of Admissions and Outreach, from Colby Community College meets with the Juniors of JHS to teach them about the multitude of programs their college has to offer.  This particular discussion was focused around Livestock Management.
JHS is pleased to announce the newest members of the Academic Hall of Fame! Congratulations Cooper Edson (7th Grade Science), Levi Reichman (7th Grade Science, Reading & Math), Bella Campbell (10th Grade Science) and Katelyn Reichman (9th Grade Science). We are so proud of you!
8 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Academic Hall of Fame!
Let’s hear it for the Seniors!! Winner of the best class float at homecoming with their Disney Villain float! Congrats! Students in each class from Ovid and Julesburg collaborated to create amazing floats for the parade on Friday.
8 days ago, Brianne Foreman
freshman
sophomores
seniors
juniors
JHS is pleased to announce the newest members of the Academic Hall of Fame! Congratulations Cooper Edson (7th Grade Science), Levi Reichman (7th Grade Science, Reading & Math), Bella Campbell (10th Grade Science) and Katelyn Reichman (9th Grade Science). We are so proud of you!
8 days ago, Ryan Renquist
The 7th grade was introduced to microscopes by viewing a variety of different samples and drawing what they viewed at low, medium, and high power.
8 days ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
7th grade uses microscopes
7th grade uses microscopes
Rob Crowder, Sedgwick County Emergency Manager and Polly Olson, Chappell Volunteer Fire Department EMT teach students from Julesburg High School the protocol for STOP THE BLEED. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding. Thank you to the Thomas D. Buckley Trust for purchasing the initial training kits to provide this education to our communities and schools. For more information around this national campaign go to: Bleedcontrol.org
8 days ago, Julesburg School District
Rob Crowder, Sedgwick County Emergency Manager and Polly Olson, Chappell Volunteer Fire Department EMT teach students from Julesburg High School the protocol for STOP THE BLEED. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.  Thank you to the Thomas D. Buckley Trust for purchasing the initial training kits to provide this education to our communities and schools.  For more information around this national campaign go to:  Bleedcontrol.org
Rob Crowder, Sedgwick County Emergency Manager and Polly Olson, Chappell Volunteer Fire Department EMT teach students from Julesburg High School the protocol for STOP THE BLEED. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.  Thank you to the Thomas D. Buckley Trust for purchasing the initial training kits to provide this education to our communities and schools.  For more information around this national campaign go to:  Bleedcontrol.org
Rob Crowder, Sedgwick County Emergency Manager and Polly Olson, Chappell Volunteer Fire Department EMT teach students from Julesburg High School the protocol for STOP THE BLEED. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.  Thank you to the Thomas D. Buckley Trust for purchasing the initial training kits to provide this education to our communities and schools.  For more information around this national campaign go to:  Bleedcontrol.org
Rob Crowder, Sedgwick County Emergency Manager and Polly Olson, Chappell Volunteer Fire Department EMT teach students from Julesburg High School the protocol for STOP THE BLEED. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.  Thank you to the Thomas D. Buckley Trust for purchasing the initial training kits to provide this education to our communities and schools.  For more information around this national campaign go to:  Bleedcontrol.org
Kindergarten through 2nd Grade enjoyed the beautiful weather last week!
9 days ago, Mrs. Lindsay-Kindergarten
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