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FFA Farm Safety Day

Written By: Dorothy Fulton (Class of 2017) | May 12, 2017

Farm Safety Day May 5th, 2017, started like any other day until noon rolled around. The Axtell FFA put on Farm Safety Day to teach elementary students how to be safe around items and tools found generally around farms. The rotations for the . . . read more

New NHS Members

Written By: Dorothy Fulton (Class of 2017) | May 12, 2017

Axtell’s National Honor Society inducted five new members on May 4th, 2017. The four students inducted were Dorothy Fulton, senior; Maryna Buessing, junior; Chelsea Smith, junior; Emi Deters, sophomore; and Loriann Volle, sophomore. . . . read more

AES Annual Reading Fair

Written by: Cindy Kaster | April 28, 2017

Thursday, April 27th, the APS KAY club hosted the annual reading fair.  Students in grades 3-6 are invited to create a display board about their favorite book and give a brief . . . read more

Landscape added to Axtell Campus

April 27, 2017

During the past two weeks, if you drive by the Axtell Public School Building you will notice Spring has arrived with new landscaping outside the building.  The Plan & Soil Science class researched and designed the new landscaping . . . read more

Manners are Important

April 26, 2017

The elementary students at Axtell Public School got a lesson on table manners and etiquette on April 25 courtesy of Melissa Sandmann from K-State Research and Extension. Students learned the proper way to set a table and how . . . read more

Seniors Gave Class Funds to Ashland High School Fire Victims

Written By: Dorothy Fulton | April 26, 2017

Axtell’s senior basketball boys Burke Deters and Nick Buessing gathered up two truck loads of supplies for Ashland the weekend after the wildfires were put out before they tried their hands at State Basketball. Which put the victims . . . read more

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