Dissecting a fetal pig in Mrs. Whisler’s Anatomy and Physiology class is Paige Roberts, jr and Emilie Schweizer, jr. “They did a good job on the dissection. It always seems to be a highlight - a fun lab.” says Whisler. The students were to see how all the systems and body parts are connected and to observe the tissues and organs they had learned about previously in class. Caption Credit: r. morris Photo Credit: h. redinger
Congratulations to the 2021 Buhler High School Fall Homecoming King and Queen! Smiling for a photo on the football field is, Abigail Yutzy, sr. Ayden Wyer, sr. Jett Seuser and Madilyn Konrade. “A lot of my family members that I don’t get to see on a daily basis were there supporting me, which is very special to me.” said Wyer. When she was asked how she felt about being Homecoming Queen, Yutzy said,“I felt beyond thankful for the experience and everyone who made it special. I was shocked when I heard my name but I was overwhelmed with happiness.” Caption Credit: b.blick-neal Photo Credit: d.reed
Running with the ball in the freshman football game against Winfield is Brendan Scripsick fr. “I am proud of how we played for the first couple of games this season. We do have a lot to work on and improve on but I think it will be a good season for us,” Scripsick said. The freshman football team plays at home again on Mon., Oct. 11 at 4:30. Caption Credit: A. Devena Photo Credit: D. Reed
Performing at the Kansas State Fair with the Buhler Singers is Camri Coker, jr. The Buhler Singers performed very well as a group. They continue working on their performance as well as practicing for the upcoming musical Mamma Mia! on November 11, 13 and 14. Stay tuned for showtimes and ticket information. Caption Credit: b.blick-neal Photo Credit: d.reed
Two of our teachers; Rachel Harder, 4th grade at Union Valley and Greg Froese, ELA at BHS, are spending the day learning with fellow state teacher of the year nominees today. These two teachers have represented our district so well and we are thankful for such great teacher leaders! #Bexceptional
We are partnering with the Reno County Health Department to offer flu shot clinics in our buildings. See the image for details and download the form that is needed here: https://bit.ly/3ubmD8w #BetterTogether
Taking the field to perform their show "Ripple Effect" this Friday night at the BHS Homecoming game is the Buhler Marching Band. Performance time is BEFORE the game at 6:35. Their first contest is quickly approaching. Stay tuned as the BHS Marching Band heads to Emporia on October 6.
Rehearsing for their upcoming Kansas State Fair performance are members of the Buhler Singers. “This year’s show is based around Motown music,” said Greg Bontrager, BHS Choral Music Director. This 40-minute show features a capella and 60s show choir music, as well as songs from the musical Hairspray. The Buhler Singers will perform from 6:00-7:00 pm at the Peoples Bank & Trust Arena TODAY Wednesday, September 15th. Caption Credit: BHS Introduction to Journalism Class Photo Credit: s.neill
Tackling his opponent in the JV football game Monday night at Crusader Stadium is defender Bryce Ruda. The JV Crusader Football team beat Andover Central 26-14. Stay tuned to BHS Football this Friday as the varsity Crusaders travel to Winfield. Game time at 7:00. Follow along on Ad Astra Radio KWHK 95.9 or on the Crusader Sports Network live stream on Youtube.com. Photo credit: t. sheridan
Parents: Please check your email regarding permissions/preferences for COVID testing and quarantining information should your student be identified as a close contact in the future. Please fill out the form ASAP. #BetterTogether Cindy Couchman, Superintendent, Buhler Schools
Tune into KWCH this morning for their “Where’s Shane” game day show being broadcast from right here in Buhler and featuring our own coaches and students. https://www.kwch.com/2021/09/10/wheres-shane-buhler-football/
Buhler High School Bus #23, with driver Leon Deaver will not run this morning due to illness. Please make arrangements to transport your student to school. We are sorry for this inconvenience.
On Thursday Mrs. Couchman, USD 313 Superintendent, announced a new Covid 19 testing protocol that will allow close contacts to remain in school, activities, and at work. You may find the Facebook Live video detailing this plan here: https://fb.watch/7M-72dL6V3/ or click through here for more information: https://www.usd313.org/article/526934
Join Mrs. Couchman on Facebook Live tomorrow, September 2nd, at 12:00 noon to learn about our Stay to Learn and Play testing options.
HELP NEEDED! We need bus drivers to transport our students to school and activities, food service, custodians, and technology help Apply in person or online: https://www.applitrack.com/buhlerschools/onlineapp/ Call the district office for more information - 620-543-2258
Yesterday we had the pleasure of informing two exceptional teachers that they are being nominated for the Kansas Horizon Award. Our nominees this year are Ms. Katelyn Stoss, music teacher at Plum Creek Elementary, and Mrs. Nicole Menard, English/Language Arts teacher at Buhler High School. Congratulations to these two and good luck with your applications! See below for details regarding the Kansas Horizon Award. “The Kansas Horizon Award program identifies and recognizes representatives of excellent teaching in the elementary and secondary classrooms of the state. The mission of the program is to recognize exemplary first-year teachers who perform in a way that distinguishes them as outstanding.” #Bexceptional #CommittedtoExcellence
IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A CRUSADER!
Aug. 24 - Buhler INV - JV Tennis Results: 1 singles - Sienna Douglas - 2nd 2 singles - Jaelyn Anderson - 3rd 1 doubles - Brynlee Frank / Jaiden Gillette - 2nd 2 doubles - Mady Tanksley / Ashlyn Coker - 2nd Team: 2nd
Families, explore this website together as you begin to discuss future career options. Guardians and other close family members are student's first career counselor and this is a great resource to start with. https://hirepaths.com
Meals continue to be free, excluding ala carte, this year. If your student is not interested in the main meal and brings a sack lunch, they must pick at least 3 items from the list below in order for it to count as a fully reimbursable meal.