The first day of school will be August 21, 2013
Thought For The Day:
"Work like you don't need the money,
Love like you've never been hurt,
Dance like no one is watching." - Randall Leighton
Summer Hours - Chase County Schools Facilities - Open 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Thursday
Closed Friday at Noon - No evening hours
The Longhorns Youth Basketball Camp will take place on June 3rd & 4th, here in the Longhorn Gym. Coach Cory Fehringer and his staff will be here to conduct the camp. Boys and girls who will be entering grades 4-7 will be eligible to attend. The emphasis of this camp will be development of offensive skills and ways to improve skills throughout the year. You can register your player by filling out the form that will be given to the students in their homerooms and sending it back to his/her homeroom teacher along with a check for $25 made out to "Imperial Basketball" -- or you can e-mail or call Coach Carl Zuege or Coach Nancy Sorensen and indicate that your player will be attending, then you can pay the $25 upon arrival the first day of camp.
For those that use mobile apps for logging into Infinite Campus, here is the new District ID - YYTXXV
There are extra yearbook forms in the office - Order yours today!
Imperial Bible Church Blood Drive - Thursday, May 30, 2013 from 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm contact Liz Mollendor at 882-3958 or online at www.redcrossblood.org
The City of Imperial is looking for lifeguards this summer, pick up the applications at the City Office.
PTO Information and Events
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION - Keep collecting!! The PTO collected over $1200 the first semester of the school year through your donation of Box Tops! Funding is used for extra activities, technology and supplies in the classrooms. Bring your Box Tops to the office or give them to your home room teacher. Thank You!
Lunch Account Balance and Transactions: Please keep your lunch account in the positive! You may see your balance on Infinite Campus/Parent & Student Portal.
DETENTION TIME: Students will be assigned 90 minutes of detention time for each unexcused class period absence.
To avoid suspension, detention time needs to be made up within two weeks.
Students with detention time are Javier C., Luis C., Ramon G., Juan C.
During the 2011-12 school year, there were zero students out of 307 students that participated in Public School Choice at Chase County Schools."