Inman High School would like to extend a big thank you to the Ellis Family for establishing the Ellis Family Scholarship fund for Inman High School graduating seniors who are heading to Kansas State University to continue their education. The 2019 graduates of Inman High School who are currently enrolled at Kansas State University this Fall semester that were awarded a $2500 individual scholarship are pictured. (L-R), Jordan Friesen, son of Scott & Peggy Friesen, Hannah Lucas, daughter of Tony & Orella Lucas and Bailey Eck, son of Shane and Julie Eck.
The goal of the Ellis Family scholarship is to honor and recognize Inman HS Graduates who are committed to continuing and completing their degree pathway at Kansas State University. Inman High School seniors in the class of 2020 will have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship this spring if they plan to attend Kansas State University in the Fall of 2020.
You are going to want to joint Coach Mark Potter and his wife November 11th at McPherson High School starting at 7:00PM as they tackle the topic of depression.
Come support the Lady Teutons as they play in the HOA volleyball tournament held at Marion October 19th.
The Lady Teuton harriers had a successful run at Marion's cross country meet.
Dawn Gunter brought home the 6th place medal in the junior varsity race and Hannah Martisko brought home the 7th place medal in the varsity race. #drivingstudentsuccess #communications #WayToGoLadyTeutons
Seniors have been meeting with Mr. Pfannenstiel to go over information regarding Financial Aid & the FAFSA for their post high school plans. A reminder to students & parents the FAFSA is "live" starting on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The updated Fall FAFSA presentation can be found in the Counselors Corner under "Financial Aid". A Parent night for Financial Aid has been set for Monday, Oct. 28th in the HS Auditorium with Matt Pfannenstiel, Bethany College presenting at 6:30 pm. The official website is https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa
EMMA BURKHOLDER, Inman HS Senior, is a 2nd year HCTEA Production Welding student. She is set to graduate in May of 2020 with Welding Certification that will allow her to go straight to the Workforce or she can go back to HCTEA for one year and have her Associates degree. Emma currently is leaning towards going to the workforce. Tuesday, Sept. 17, as an HCTEA student Emma ran for and was selected as the SKILLS USA Chapter 6 President. Her duties include presiding over all district meetings, using parliamentary procedure, helping and encouraging other members to do their best. She will attend a National Leadership Conference this October in Columbus, Nebraska. Emma will also attend the State conference held in Hutchinson. This spring Emma will compete in a couple of Welding competitions where she will have the opportunity to earn for scholarship money.
LOGAN GILKEY, Inman HS Junior, is a 1st year HCTEA Production Welding student. He ran for and was selected Vice President for the HCTEA Local Chapter. Logan will attend the National Leadership Conference this October in Columbus, Nebraska. Logan will also attend the State Conference in Hutchinson and will compete this spring in the Welding Competitions.
Elvis Presley, a.k.a. Mr. Wuerffel, visited IES to kick off the year! He talked about the importance of school and doing your personal best. He also wrote and performed a song about the first day of school and yodeled for our students! What a GREAT way to start the year!
We are happy to present to you another fine graduating class from Inman High Sch
Congratulations to the #InmanTeutons #Baseball on being picked #TeamOfTheWeek. Check out the The McPherson Sentinel article by Peter Holland to read more about the Teutons. #DrivingStudentSuccess#GoTeutons #IHSbaseball
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