10a - 7p July 28-29
August 19, 2021
For more info or to schedule a screening, call 620-441-2075!
Visit www.usd470.com/forward to view our outline for safely learning during the 2021-2022 school year. Additional details coming . . .
Student orientations and backpack nights are coming right up! . . .
A virtual learning option will be available to USD 470 students for the 2021-2022 school year. This is different from the remote learning option we offered this past year and will be a year-long . . .
You can find the list of State-required immunizations . . .
USD 470 will offer high school and middle school athletes the opportunity to get a $10 physical completed at the high school on August 10 & 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. . . .
This summer has brought about a number of changes within the Arkansas City Public Schools leadership team.
“The retirement of Jeri Crumbliss and transition of Braden Smith into district office . . .
The 2021-2022 school supply lists are now available at www.usd470.com/supplies. As a special treat, backpacks are being provided to ALL USD 470 Elementary students through the generosity of KanPak . . .
The USD 470 Early Literacy Initiative and Ark City Public Library partnered to launch a Mobile Library throughout the month of July. The purpose of the mobile library is to reach children ages . . .
At its regular meeting on July 12, the Board of Education approved an updated 2021-2022 calendar. You can view it here: . . .
Sunflower Summer program gives students chance to learn while visiting attractions. Families can download app to begin educational adventures across Kansas . . .
Even as a child, Breck Aguinaga knew she loved animals and wanted to make a positive impact on our environment and the animals we share it with.
Breck graduated from Arkansas City High School in . . .
Legacy Regional Community Foundation and the USD 470 Early Literacy Initiative teamed up to pilot a new program called Nitty Gritty Theatre in Arkansas City public schools this summer. Nitty Gritty . . .
Our June MindCraft sessions were a hit! We couldn't be more pleased with the effort put in by our staff and students. They learned exciting new things - skills that can last a lifetime - in a . . .
Mrs. Miller’s “Walk on the Wild Side” students are studying wildlife, habitats, ecosystems, and how environmental challenges are affecting the lives of animals.
As a special addition to the . . .
Lydia Watanabe from the Arkansas City FFA chapter was elected to serve as the 2021–22 Kansas FFA Reporter at the virtual 93rd Kansas FFA Convention, June 2–4, 2021. Watanabe was among 7 candidates . . .