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Senior to Senior Day

On Wednesday, April 24, the high school seniors will once again reach out to the senior citizens of Trego County to help them with odd jobs. If you have a job for our senior class, please call 743-2061 by Monday, April 22 or tell a TCHS senior.

 

 

Golden Eagle 3 on 3 Basketball and Hot Shot Contest

The basketball team will be hosting its 3 on 3 Basketball and Hot Shot Contest on Saturday, April 27. The cost is $10 per player and admission is $2 per person. Age 5 and under are free. For more infomation and the permission form, please click here. You may also contact Sean drieling at 303-817-3682 or sdreiling@tregoeagles.com. Please send forms toTrego Grade School no later than April 23.

 

TCHS artists represent at FHSU art show

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Junior artist Hannah Kinderknecht helps hang the art for Trego’s booth at the FHSU art show.

 

By Skylar  Wittman
Trego High School art students attended the annual FHSU art show in Hays at Gross Memorial Coliseum on April 17.  Thirty-two students showcased sixty pieces of art ranging from drawings to paintings to ceramics. 

For the senior class, earning two awards each were Cambrie Kemp, Adrian Dietz, and Louise Lehy.  TJ Hafliger, Evan Wilds, Madison Hafliger, Julian Coker, Weston Deaver were the rest of the seniors. Andrew Mejia was the only junior to earn a merit award.  Earning awards for the sophomores were Chase Critser and Raina Bostick, and the freshmen were Kynlie Burkhart, Caroline Brungardt and Kelsey Kinderknecht.   

Art teacher Lori Dietz commented on the day, “The art students represented Trego very well, showing precision and detail in their art this year.”

The annual show is a great opportunity for students to show their hard work over the year, interact with artists from other schools, and tour the amazing art department at FHSU.

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The thirty-two students that attended the art show in Hays pose for a fun photo

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uncover the CLUES to FCCLA

Ten members attended from the WaKeeney Chapter. They were front row: Rylee Spencer, Gracie Pfannenstiel, Alyssa Schneider, Carson Walt, and Reagan Mortz.  Back row: Dillon Dunn, Charlie Russell, Madison Walt, Megan Hober, and Raina Bostick.

The 2019 Kansas FCCLA 73rd annual State Leadership Conference was held at the Wichita Marriott and Century II on April 7-9. A quote from Jack Welch summed up the heart of the meeting: “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself.  When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”

The main speaker was an inspiring young man named Kyle Scheele who has challenged thousands of teens across the nation to live better stories. In his keynote talk, Scheele cut through the doom and gloom to show students that not only can one person make a difference, but massive movements boil down to individual people working together. He encouraged all of us to make a difference in the lives of those around us.

 

 

 

 

Safari Adventure

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By Colby Burkhart
Juniors, seniors, and guests, attended the annual TCHS Prom on April 13. This year’s prom theme was “Safari”.

First, guests went to dinner at the VFW. There the guests enjoyed a large portion of Chicken Alfredo with either corn or green beans on the side. After which they got dessert, which consisted of safari-styled cupcakes.

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Then guests made their way to the Long Term Care to show off their tuxes and dresses for the residents.  Next, the prom couples’ photos were taken in the old gym by Leann’s Photos. After the photo shoot, the students made their way into the annual promenade. The couples were announced by MC Carl Mohler.

Finally, guests stayed at the high school for the dance where they danced to music provided by  Mason and Blake Ruder DJ Service.

A special thanks for making it possible to have such a wonderful night to: Stacie Minson, LaVonne Weigel, VFW Auxiliary women, Jeff and TJ Hafliger, Western Kansas Saloon, and Main Street Giftery.

 

 

 

Trego Choir takes annual trip to Salina

After eating a huge meal, the TCHS Choir poses for a photo in front of the bus. (Not pictured are Desiree and Amanda Littlechild) This is Georges Seurat’s famous painting, “A Sunday in the Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.”

By Austin Cramer
The TCHS choir took their annual trip to Salina to watch a musical at the Salina Community Theatre, followed by a nice dinner at Olive Garden.

The musical that the choir students saw this year was Sunday in the Park with George, which followed a painter named George and his goal to finish his new painting. The musical was heavily inspired by the famous French pointillist painter Georges Seurat and his most notable painting, “A Sunday in the Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.”

Following the musical, the choir traveled to Olive Garden to enjoy a fancy meal of bread, salad, soup, and pasta.

 

 

Dane Hansen Recipients

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Helen Giefer and Brenna Flax were selected for the Hansen Scholar scholarship.

TJ Hafliger was selected for the Hansen Students scholarship.

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Kelby Aschbrenner was selected for the Hansen Career and Technical scholarship.

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