Furniture and Cabinet Making Class Make Chairs
This is a set of Adirondack chairs that were constructed from a set of plans in Mr. Dickerson's Furniture and Cabinet making class. They are made of solid white oak with a red mahogany stain and clear coat. The students really enjoyed . . .
4th Grade Field Trips
Salter Museum & Strataca
On May 9, the Argonia 4 th grade students walked to the Salter Museum. We were super excited to visit Susanna Madora Salter’s home. We studied Mrs. Salter during our Famous Kansan unit back in . . .
AHS presents The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon
Saturdays Nov 13 & 20 7:00 pm $5 admission
Let's Bee Friends
Tori's and Emmah’s top concern was not whether they would do well at the Sumner County Spelling Bee, but whether they would get to sit next to each other. Tori Morrison and Emmah Phillips have . . .
Second Graders Back to School
Second Grade, Small but Mighty The 2021-2022 Second Grade Class is small in size but, mighty in heart. The first two days of school have been filled with activities and time sharing with one another about our . . .
4th & 5th Grade Strataca Field Trip
On Wednesday, May 12, 2021 the 4th and 5th grade classes took a trip to Hutchinson. Normally every year the 4th grade goes to Hutchinson, but last year the 5th graders didn't get their trip to Hutchinson because of . . .
4th Grade to Salter Museum
Salter Museum Click to view the slideshow On Monday, May 2, 2021 the Argonia 4th graders walked to the Salter Museum for a tour of Mrs. Salter's home. At the beginning of the school year, we studied famous . . .
Creating Ferris Wheels
Exploration Place Weekly Lessons
Ferris Wheels Click here to view the slideshow. Each week Mr. Patrick from the Exploration Place Science Center in Wichita, Kansas, teaches a hands-on Science lesson to the 3rd-5th grades at Argonia . . .
Mr. and Miss Argonaut Named
The Jr/Sr prom took place on April 17th in the high school gym. Diamonds are forever was the theme. The attendants enjoyed a meal catered by The Fencepost followed by the banquet and dance. This year’s Mr. and Miss . . .
Cooper Topinka Wins Raider of the Month for April 2021!
Cooper Topinka, a senior at AHS, became the next “Raider of the Month” for April, 2021. The Activities/Athletics Department of Argonia Junior/Senior High School has decided to recognize one student a month who has . . .
“In class we learned about phenotypes, genotypes, alleles, genetics, homozygous, and heterozygous. We had a project about it and had to draw a face. The facial features were based on alleles. We drew different alleles out of multiple . . .
More Spectators Starting January 29th
Back in early December, the Kansas State High School Activity Association ruled that only parents of participants could attend junior high and high school activities until January 28th. The KSHSAA Board met again this week to determine what . . .
Industrial Tech Classes Help School During Pandemic
We hit the ground running this school year having to build table dividers for our Elementary so as to be able to continue to have as close to face to face as possible for reading centers etc. The dividers have been working out very well. . . .
New Handrails for the Gym
The Production Welding Class has been working on construction of more hand rails to incorporate into the HS Gym. This will allow people to walk up and set as high in the gym as they wish since they will have the aid of a handrail all the way . . .
Live-stream for Home Games
Here is the link for all home games live-streamed by Argonia (both JH and HS games): Raiders Stream
COVID Can’t Stop Our Spellers!
By: JR/SR High School ELA Teachers The local Argonia Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, September 30th. There were sixteen competitors that fought for the top two spots to represent our school in the . . .
HS Performs at SCBL Honor Band
Once a year, all of the schools in the SCBL send their top 14 band members. We congregate together at Southwestern College under the leadership of a guest clinician. This year, on Wed. Jan 22 nd Mr. Judd from the Ark City Public Schools . . .