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Our first ever adulting day was a great success! Last Thursday, students were able to pick four sessions to attend as well as the keynote assembly for each class. Feedback from students and staff...

Parsons High School Chess Team participated in the Cherryvale Tournament this weekend the K -12 division. William Durflinger earned the individual 1st place medal with 5 wins for the day. A.J....

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Parsons District Schools

12 days ago

Attention Parents and Students of Parsons High School: If you have not heard from a teacher at Parsons High School please call the high school office between 1:00-4:00 so you can touch base with a staff member.

Courtney Shafer

about 16 hours ago

Each day, we want to feature one or two seniors on our social media platforms. Seniors were asked to send a picture and answer a couple of questions about themselves. We will select these randomly from what has been submitted to us!

Today's Seniors are Alexis Harper and Pierce Thomas!

Alexis:

What are your plans after high school?

I plan to attend William Jewell, where I will study both Music and Pre-Medicine. I want to eventually become a surgeon.

What is your favorite memory of high school?

My favorite memory of high school is being in the band. I joined band in sixth grade and have been in it ever since. Playing in the band helped me realize that I have a passion for music, which is why I plan to study Music in college alongside my Pre-Medical studies. I also met some of my best friends in band, and got to have so many amazing experiences with them during band competitions. These are connections that I know I will have for the rest of my life.

Pierce:

Plans after graduating High School?

I plan to attend Coffeyville Community College to play basketball while majoring in Secondary Education.Because creating a safe environment for the future generation to learn, live, and think creatively is what I believe the school system needs.

Favorite memory in high school?

My favorite memory of high school was how easy it was to smile and laugh while I was there. I can’t think of a single day where I went to school and did not do either of those. The teachers and my classmates made my 4 years of highschool packed with good memories that will be cherished throughout my life. Also, thank you to everyone at Parsons High School for putting up with me!

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Courtney Shafer

about 16 hours ago

#QuoteOfTheDay #VikingPride #KASBNewsBriefs

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Parsons District Schools

1 day ago

Disaster Distress Hotline: call #800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.

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Parsons District Schools

1 day ago

Each day, we want to feature one or two seniors on our social media platforms. Seniors were asked to send a picture and answer a couple of questions about themselves. We will select these randomly from what has been submitted to us!

Today we want to recognize Fisher Woodman and Brett Baldwin.

Fisher-

Who has been the greatest influence in your life? Why?

The greatest influences in my life have always been my best friends. They never let me give up no matter how much I want to and they always push me to be the best person I can be.

What is your favorite memory of high school?

My favorite memory of high school was winning everything at the bonfire sophomore year. This was my favorite because everyone worked together in some way and it brought us all so much closer as a class.

What is your number one goal in life?

My number one goal in life is becoming the
best and happiest version of myself at all times along with being successful.

Brett-

What was your greatest accomplishment in high school?

I personally feel my greatest accomplishment was making it to state in cross country. Why I feel this stands out is because under Coach Reid he never sent a runner to state, but after a seven year drought I was able to break through that wall, and qualify for state. Not only was this my first time going in an individual event it was the first time my coach ever got to send an athlete to state as well.

What was your favorite memory of high school?

High school had a lot of fun highlights for me, but what stands out to me as the best, was I always loved home basketball games. Here at Parsons we have a long tradition and history of basketball always being one of the top, and with being great that attracts a lot of fans. The energy and and buzz on game days was always exciting, and also the student section was always ready to rock no matter who we played. It was always fun helping Reid get the students going especially for big games. In my opinion we had one of the best student sections in the state.

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Courtney Shafer

1 day ago

What do school lunches have to do with the #2020Census? A lot, actually! An accurate Census count will help ensure Kansas receives enough funding for free and reduced-price school lunches. #EachKansanCounts

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Parsons District Schools

2 days ago

Congrats to Senior Croix Hogan!

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Eric Swanson

2 days ago
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