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Recent State Events
Congratulations to all Butler County 4-H\'ers that participated in recent State events such as the Kansas State Fair, Kansas Junior Livestock Show, State Archery Match and State Shotgun Match. Butler County was very well represented at all of these e (More)
Leader\'s Lounge
October CHECK-UP ____Celebrate the current 4-H year. Begin planning for the club achievement party. ____Hold an Officer Installation activity ____Continue recruiting new members Review ____4-H Forecaster read and important dates marked o (More)
Basic Shotgun Course
A basic shotgun course has been scheduled for Saturday, November 14,  at Michael Murphy Sporting Clays, 6400 SW Hunter Road. Check in is from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. The class starts at 9:00am, and will end at about 4:00 p.m. Bring your own lunch and (More)
Thomas Hart Benton: The Perils of War
Art for Every Home Speaker Series presentation on Oct 29 at 5:30pm Joan Stack, State Historical Society of Missouri curator, will present “ (More)
Welcoming That First Evaluation
Hopefully, you have visited with your administrator about the formal evaluations. He or she can share the number of times you’ll be formally observed and the pro (More)
We\'d Love to Hear from You!
Do you have a question about classroom procedures? Or a suggestion for a topic we should address in Before the Bell? Want to add your name to our mailing list? Or pr (More)
Join #WeAreEdCats Online
Have you checked this out yet? Join the fun today! Dr. Tonnie Martinez and others are leading a new effort to help beginning teachers like (More)
Show Some School Spirit!
Remember going to your first K-State homecoming event? All the festivities? You probably spent the night before figuring out just how much purple you could wear to sho (More)
Our Own COE Grads in the Classroom
Sidney Westervelt Fifth-grade teacher, Washington Elementary,  USD 475 Geary County Schools \"It has been absolutely wonderful to wor (More)
How to Win Your Battle with the Piles and Piles of Paper
Amid all the new things you’re learning—bell schedules and assembly procedures, as well as the names of 135 or so of your very favorite students and (More)
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