The Class 2A State Scholars Bowl Championship that took place at Inman Elementary School Saturday, February 9th.
Congratulations to the following teams
1st. Heritage Christian Academy
2nd. Wichita-The Independent School
Thank you to Mr. Parsons and all those that worked to make this event possible!
Saturday was a big day for our Jr. Lady Teutons. Saturday afternoon the Junior High Lady Teutons defeated Berean Academy 30-27 to win the HOA League Tournament Championship! That wasn't the end of the excitement for the JH Lady Teutons, that evening the team managed to make it to Coach Pilgrim's wedding reception to help celebrate her own special day. Congratulations Lady Teutons and a special congratulations goes out to Coach Pilgrim Stewart.
Pictured with the HOA Bracket is the JH Lady Teutons with their coaches:
Front Row: #31-Kamron Feltmen, #1-Violet Stebvens, #3- Savannah Smith, #20-Emma Brown, Coach Pilgrim, #4-Taelyn Friesen, #2-Madely Brunk, #12-Becca Black, #13-Joee Hurley
Back Row: Manager-Savannah Garcia, #21-Kadence Welch, #14-Kambry Woods, #10-Sydney Maurer, #22-Maci Neufeld, Coach Voth
Not Pictured: #5-Daityn Raney and #11-Lacie Baxter
The Inman HS sophomores interested in the HCTEA program are shown here visiting the Tech Ed campus at Hutchinson. Inman HS 11th & 12th grade students interested in Auto Tech, Auto Collision Repair, Welding, Machining, Building Trades, Cisco Programming, Fire Science & EMT services can sign up to take classes for 1 year or 2 years at the Hutchinson Career and Tech Ed center. Students who attend these classes can choose to go from 7:50 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. or from 12:50 pm to 3:50 pm each day. Students can earn both college credit and high school credit at the same time while earning industry certification in their field. An excellent alternative for students wanting these degree areas or wanting to go to the workforce right after graduation. For more information click on the HCTEA Vocational Options page.
Kindergarten celebrated their 100th Day of School on January 31, 2019. Students had so much fun with all of their 100th Day Stations! They were amazed that 100 items weren't as many as they anticipated. They are 100 Days Smarter!
Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grade students at Inman Elementary participated in the King Arthur's Bake for Good Program. With the help of Pam, a BFGK instructor, students learned how to make bread from scratch while also learning some Math and Science skills too! Each student received a canvas bag, along with the necessary baking ingredients to practice their new-learned skills at home. Not only do students make bread for their families, but also have the opportunity to bake an additional loaf to donate to those in need. I can't wait to see all the donated loaves of bread on Monday morning that will be donated to the local soup kitchen!! Feel free to use the hashtag #bakeforgood to share your baking experiences with your child!