Turner Elementary STEM students benefit from the space-centered program.
This year's graduating cohort is the first to go through all four years of the program.
The programs brings the school community together through reading.
The senior fought hard for first place in the 100lb weight class.
Congratulations to Anne Atkinson, Junction Elementary Teacher!
Congratulations to Andrea Pate, TMS English Language Arts Teacher!
Included in the projects is a renovation to the Turner Aquatics Center, which will temporarily close to the public.
The opportunity was possible because of a partnership between USD 202 and KC Ballet's R.O.A.D. Program
Students toured the local General Motors and Owens Corning facilities.
Through collaboration with community partners, student groups have been increasing volunteer work in Turner.
Congratulations to Lexi Furminger and Lisa Frakes for being named one of thirty-two educators in the state to win the 2023 Kansas Horizon Award!
Following the 20 - 21 school year, many students were eager to return to the traditional style classroom, but some preferred the cohort style.
The team will be visiting each elementary school throughout the fall semester to read with elementary students and share what it is like being a basketball player at the college level.
After thoroughly reviewing many programs, the Eureka Math Curriculum was selected.
This year, the football team meals get an upgrade with the help of THS Culinary students.
THS's JV Scholars Bowl team places first at the Eudora Invitational
Congratulations to our Turner Points of Light recipients, Shelby Hanna and Ramla Withers!
Turner DAC was chosen as the site of this year's Kansas versus Missouri All-Star Football game, and featured two Golden Bear athletes!
This school year, USD 202 began a partnership with STARBASE KC, a program with the goal of motivating students to explore STEM options as they continue their education.
Students in USD 202 AVID courses complete student-led community service projects each semester.
All Kids Bike eight week program teaches bike safety to all USD 202 kindergarten students.