CCES and CCJSHS SITE Council Meetings are postponed until Wednesday, Oct. 7. If you are a member of the SITE Council or are interested in serving on the SITE Council, please contact the building principal.
HS Cross Country FAN UPDATE:
Thursday, Oct. 1 @ COUNCIL GROVE: No fans allowed.
JH VB FAN UPDATE:
Thursday, Oct. 1 @ CENTRAL HEIGHTS: Fans are limited to 2/athlete. Your name will need to be on the admissions list.
JH FB FAN UPDATE:
Thursday, Oct. 1 @ MOUNDRIDGE: The restriction on the number of fans has been lifted, but masks are required.
HS VB FAN UPDATE:
Tuesday, Sept. 29 HOME GAME: Each player has been given 5 tickets for fans. In order to come to the game, you must have a ticket to get in. The ticket does NOT mean your admission is paid. You will still need to pay admission prices.
HS JV FB FAN UPDATE:
MONDAY, Sept. 28 @ Burlingame: Fans are encouraged to social distance. Please wear a mask if unable to social distance. To enter the building, you will need to wear a mask and have your temperature checked.
We will Facebook live tonight’s game on Chase County USD 284 Facebook page.
JH VB/FB FAN UPDATE: THURSDAY, SEPT. 24 Here w/ Lyndon: Sorry I had it wrong earlier. The game is HERE. Fans are limited to 5 per athlete at volleyball. Face masks or social distancing are required. Football: Fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and social distance. Children must be seated.
CROSS COUNTRY FAN UPDATE:
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24: No fans allowed at this time.
HS VOLLEYBALL FAN UPDATE:
TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 @ Central Heights: Fans are limited to two per athlete and must be on the list that was submitted to CH. Face coverings are encouraged. Concessions is limited to prepackaged times. All children are required to stay seated with their parents.
ATTENTION USD #284 FAMILIES:
I just wanted to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU for all of your patience and dedication to these children! This year has already been nothing short of the wildest roller coaster known to man, and yet this county has stepped up to the plate and hit a home run! It means so much to these kids to be able to carry on with education, relationships, and extracurricular activities, and that just wouldn’t be possible in these trying times without the dedication and patience of you, the parents and caregivers. Your attention to detail and communication has enabled us to keep illness out of our buildings and has allowed for these children and young adults to function as they should. We all know this day and age can be challenging at best, and the day-to-day changes being made at all levels can be just down right frustrating.
These challenges haven’t stopped this Bulldog Family from doing their due diligence and making every effort to keep these children safe and healthy. We, as a district and county, must continue to make the necessary choices, allowing our buildings to remain open and functioning for the well-being of ALL individuals, staff included. The key to maintaining this memorable journey is open and honest communication, benefiting the greater good of our community. If you ever have any questions or concerns in regards to the safety and well-being of our young population, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Again, I cannot reiterate enough that communication is key, along with proper hygiene, of course!
Keep up the good work Bulldog Family, we truly appreciate your dedication to this generation!
Sincerely and Best Wishes,
Amber Schlup, LPN
USD #284 School Nurse
Congratulations to our senior cross country and football athletes, their parents and their coaches! Great job by the football team and coaches on their 50-0 win over Valley Falls!
The Chase County Bulldogs beat Valley Falls 50-0.
HS FOOTBALL FAN UPDATE:
We are hosting Valley Falls tonight at 7 pm. We will also be having senior night at 6:30 pm. Masks and social distancing are encouraged. Fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and social distance around the track and on the south hill. Please do not sit in front of the bleachers; you won't be able to see very well through the team and that area is reserved for the cheerleaders.
HS VOLLEYBALL UPDATE: We will NOT be going to the Hartford Quad on Saturday, Sept. 19.
The high school varsity volleyball team beat Lyndon in the second match, 25-19, 16-25, and 25-22.
The high school volleyball JV girls lost their second match to Lyndon, 13-25 and 17-25.
The high school JV volleyball team beat Lyndon, 18-25, 25-18, and 15-10.
The high school varsity volleyball lost its first match to Lyndon, 10-25 and 15-25.