Seniors, if you have not turned in your money or settled your credits by today, please contact Ms. Joy Edwards (913.638.8922) immediately!!! This EPIC event is around the corner! We look forward to an exciting night of games, food, give-a-ways, dancing, bowling, and fun! Step aboard the Party Bus immediately following Graduation Ceremony and let the party begin!!!
Emma came in second place at the county spelling bee and will be competing in the state spelling bee on March 2, 2013 in Hays Kansas.
Jarius Jones Jr. Wins 1st Place in Regional Math Relays
SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS goes to Jarius Jones Jr. for securing the top individual score in the region in the Beta level competition.
Please take a few minutes to review our students' performance during the 3rd Annual PREP-KC Math Relays. Our participants did an excellent job representing Sumner in this regional competition.
Congratulations to all for a job well done.
Best High School in Kansas
To graduate, Kansas high school students must earn at least 21 credits in English language arts, history and government, science, mathematics, physical education, fine arts, and electives. High school students also take state assessments in math, science, reading, writing, and history and government, according to the Kansas State Department of Education.
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Congratulations Sumner Academy Forensics Team - 2013 4A State Forensics Champions!
The team competed May 3 & 4 in the State Forensics Championship Tournament at Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, KS. The following individuals placed:
Deonte Minor - 1st Place Serious Solo Acting
Kalen Allen - 3rd Place Prose Interpretation
Alexis Burn - 4th Place Prose Interpretation
A Note From Orchestra
Congratulations to Branden Taylor (Right), a freshman violinist, who has been accepted to attend the Interlochen Summer Arts Program. Branden received a $3555 scholarship. Interlochen is a world premier summer arts program for aspiring artists in grades 3 through 12. Every student is trained intensively with renowned instructors in music, theatre, dance, visual arts, creative writing and motion picture arts.
Congratulations to William Canady (Right), a junior composer and a student in the UMKC CITS, (Composers in the Schools), program. William is the First Place winner in the 2013 CITSComposition Competition for his piece Eunoia, written for solo violin. William studies composition with graduate student Scott Steele here at Sumner. Eunoia was premiered on Friday, April 26th by professional violinist/composer DBR, Daniel Bernard Roumain at the UMKC Musical Bridges Gala. William will also receive a full scholarship to the UMKC Summer Composition Workshop.
Poetry Slam Video
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