Mask Optional - October 18, 2021

Gaiting Criteria: The district will be able to be mask optional starting Monday, October 18. There were 11 new cases of COVID reported for Bourbon County this week, and there is not a building...

Update on USD 234 Operations Guidelines

On Monday, October 11, at the USD 234 School Board meeting the USD 234 School Board adopted gaiting criteria and a Test to Stay and Learn addendum to the current Operations Guidelines for the...

USD 234 Parent/Teacher Conferences - No School Dates

There will be no school for USD 234 students on Friday, October 15, due to a Teacher Work/Plan Day. Parent/Teacher conferences for the USD 234 School District will be held on Monday, October 18,...



USD 234

Did you know the National School Lunch Program serves nearly 30 million children every school day?

Join us in celebrating #NSLW21 Oct. 11–15 to highlight school lunch & the critical role school nutrition professionals play in helping students succeed in & out of the classroom. #TigerPride

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5 days ago |
USD 234
Ted Hessong

USD 234 Update: Late Tuesday evening, the school district was notified of a possible threat that was going to happen at the high school on Wednesday, September 22. The Fort Scott Police Department has investigated the threat and has found that the threat was not credible. There will be police presence in and around the high school and other buildings today. The reason the police were able to investigate this possible threat was because students did the right thing and notified high school staff members who then informed the police and administration. We thank them for reporting the possible threat and would encourage any student who knows of a situation that could cause a disruption to the school day to report it to an adult. The school district will run on its normal schedule and police presence will be visible across the district for the near future.

26 days ago |
Ted Hessong
Ted Hessong

This afternoon Bus #28 was in an accident out by the lake and everyone is fine. A truck ran a stop sign and caused the accident. Another bus is on the way to get the students home, so they will be later than normal. We are thankful everyone is safe.

about 1 month ago |
Ted Hessong