McKenna Jagels Sugar Beet Staff Reporter Parent teacher conferences have seen major changes this year. Students and parents are used to meeting individually with each teacher to discuss grades and behavior as well as other topics. This year a new idea was in the works throughout the state involving an Individual Plan of Study (IPS).
Month: February 2019
Modern Show Choir spreads love on Valentine’s
Will Keller Sugar Beet staff reporter Some recognizable traits of Valentine’s Day at Garden City High are students dressed up, carrying bouquets of flowers, plush animals, chocolates and of course, sharply dressed Show Choir member performing singing valentines in classes. Garden City High School Modern Show Choir has performed singing valentines annually as a fund raiser.
Boys swimming finishes season
Julie Calzonetti Sugar Beet staff reporter This swim season was nothing short of satisfaction for the Buffs men’s swim team. Bringing home the WAC title and qualifying several swimmers for the state championship swim meet were just a few of the victories this season. After the WAC defeat, celebration consisted of lots of cheering, triumphant splashes, and pushing coaches in the water as well.
Wrestlers bring home brackets
Cambry Hitchcock Sugar beet staff reporter The Buffalo wrestling team has a long history of stomping out the competition at the state tournament winning first place as a team in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016. This year in the 2019 tournament the Buffs has three champions and eight team players.
GCHS crowns homecoming royalty
Abby Parr Sugar Beet staff reporter Tue. Feb. 5 the school was taken over by dozens of tacky tourist. It was just one of the many wacky themes that took places during homecoming week. To start off the week the first day was Murica’ Monday, then Tacky Tourist Tuesday, Workout Wednesday, Twin and Triplets Thursday, and Friend Zone Friday.
Basketball throwsback and throwsdown
Elena Lemke Sugar Beet staff reporter The Garden City High School’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams are heading towards the end of the season. The Girls Basketball team has a winning record of 11-7 and the boys also have a winning record at 13-5. These teams are entering the postseason as they work towards the Sub State championships.
Lone representative Elena Lemke plays Regionals
Brody Hoff Sugar Beet staff reporter When one thinks of usual Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) events what comes to mind might be football, basketball and track. However on Feb. 2 Elena Lemke traveled to Dodge City to compete in Regional Piano held at Dodge City Community College.
Debate on keeping Big Pool sparks conflict
Jordan Koerperich Sugar Beet staff reporter The future of one of Garden City’s most famous historical landmarks is uncertain. When the ‘Big Pool’ first opened on July 18, 1922 a band played as hundreds of people hit the water to inaugurate Garden City’s first summer swim season.
Big prize awaits Buffs’ bowlers at Class 6A regionals
The Garden City Buffaloes girls and boys bowling teams will compete Friday at the Class 6A regional in Hutchinson at The Alley. The top 3 teams in each division will earn berths in the state meet at North Rock Lanes in Wichita on March 1, along with six other individuals whose teams do not advance.
New brewhouse hits Main Street
Cassidy Knoll Sugar Beet staff reporter As a small town, there are quite a few things that Garden City has been missing, and a brewery is one of them. People in Garden City have been asking for something like this for a long time, and it’s finally been brought to life with the Flat Mountain Brewery, co-owned by Jorge Guzman, Carlos Mantilla, and John Chappel.