The results from the survey are in and it has been decided to offer healthier snack choices in the concession stand. We will be offering salted peanuts, fruit snacks, baked Gold Fish crackers and string cheese sticks. Be sure to . . .
On January 21 st , the division A spelling bee was held in the Cunningham gym. Winners in the A group included Catie-first place, Matthew-second place, Dalton-third place, Nathan-fourth place, and Erik-fifth place. The B division . . .
The kindergarten class would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. Students had fun making pilgrims and sharing what they are thankful for. Adam is thankful for K-State and the Royals. Leeland is thankful for . . .
Kindergarten, first and second grade enjoyed a day of outdoor learning at the Kansas Maze in Buhler, Kansas. Thank you to the West Kingman County Education Foundation for sponsoring our trip. We learned about pumpkins, took a . . .
Preschool and grade school students enjoyed Mr. Richard Elsenpeter's marionettes again this year. The play this year was Beauty and the Beast. After the play was over he answered many questions from the students about how the . . .
On October 15 th , preschool through eighth grade students were invited to a Fire Safety program presented by Mr. Monty Rose. Students . . .
Eighth graders put Benedict Arnold on trial. Class was divided into jury, prosecution, defense or judge. Arnold's life was researched to gather evidence for the trial. Students conducted the trial and ran it themselves. Afterward, . . .
Mr. Johnson’s third, fourth and fifth grade art classes studied the artwork of Eric Carle. Eric Carle is acclaimed as the creator of brilliantly illustrated designed picture books for young children. His best known work, The Very . . .
The 2014 Kansas State Fair has come and gone however many exciting things occurred for the elementary art students that submitted entries into the fine arts categories. Last year students, grades K-5, completed 3 major art projects . . .
The concert was sold out! There was standing room only if you didn’t arrive early to find a seat. Mrs. Houtwed’s preschoolers . . .
On January 23, 2013, the group A spelling bee for students in sixth through eighth grade was held in the Cunningham gym. The winners were: . . .
The 3rd grade class has had a couple of special activities in the past few weeks to enrich their Social Studies curriculum. On Friday, November 9th, they walked down to the Cunningham museum for a tour in its new location. . . .
On November 19th and November 20th, students from the Cunningham schools enjoyed an afternoon at the movies in Pratt at the Baron Theater. High school students went Monday, and the grade school students went . . .
Kindergarten, first, and second grade students enjoyed preparing a Thanksgiving dinner in the classroom. Kindergarten students provided vegetables, first graders provided the relish plates, and second grade students brought desserts. . . .
KC Wolf delighted young and old with a presentation on November 14th in the Cunningham gym. He provided lots of laughs and an inspiring message for everyone to do their best . . .
Kindergarten students are learning about Thanksgiving traditions and the very first Thanksgiving. We also made books to learn about turkeys. We talked about things we are thankful for and the class came up . . .
It was a close vote, but the kindergarten, first and second grade students elected Mitt Romney as the next president. Long lines didn’t seem to bother our students as they waited for their turn to cast . . .
Students at Cunningham had a terrific time celebrating Halloween. The Kays organization kept us entertained for an hour with all kinds of games. Bingo, mummy wrapping, musical chairs, and candy corn . . .
Friends and family members of Dave Ellison enjoyed reminiscing and visiting at a retirement reception that was held on Friday, October 26th in the Cunningham gym. Mr. Stackhouse presented Mr. Ellison with a plaque for his 24 . . .
Forty-one students in kindergarten, first and second grade enjoyed a day of outdoor learning at the Harvest Farm and Pumpkin Patch. The fall weather was perfect for outdoor learning! We learned about Kansas farm crops and how they . . .
The second grade class has been very busy learning about plants, animals, habitats, environments, and plant parts in science. The class has written a story about the desert, made desert dioramas, made a pretend beaver dam, and planted . . .
Kindergarten students enjoyed another visit from their fifth grade reading buddies. The fifth grade students shared knowledge from their recent field trip to Riggs Arboretum in Waterloo, Kansas. They helped each kindergarten . . .
The Cunningham 2nd graders and the Cunningham preschool classes join forces one day a week to improve and enhance their reading skills, math skills, and social skills. Many of this year’s second graders were the first preschool class . . .
by Kathy Hartley
The senior class of 2024 started their school career on August 29th. We’re off to a great start! We have been meeting all of our new teachers and getting into a routine. The fifth grade students were our reading buddies . . .
USD 332 honored Mrs. Junell Swingle, Mrs. Rita Goetz, Mrs. Pam Liebl, and Mrs. Pat Theis with a retirement reception in the Cunningham gymnasium. Mr. Bob Stackhouse, Mr. Greg Johnson, and Mr. John Huffman also received . . .
On February 2, 2012, the kindergarten, first and second grade celebrated the 100th day of school. We divided into three groups. In Mrs. Ricke’s room, we did one hundred exercises and wrote our name on graph paper with one . . .