Peter Pan’s story has come to life February 13th and 15th on the Garden a City High school auditorium as theatre students performed the production of Peter and the Starcatcher.
Parents make the most of this weeks Parent-Teacher Conferences by asking the right questions. Here are 7 important questions to ask your students teacher to help gain a better understanding of how your student is doing in school.
Winter homecoming has now passed, so lets review what all went down the past week. Homecoming week began with a ‘buff stuff’ spirit day, Tuesday was mismatched day. Monday student council held a dodgeball tournament. On Wednesday there was a morning assembly to announce the winter homecoming royalty.
The Buffs basketball team played against the Great Bend Panthers last Friday night. There 69-35 victory puts them in second place for the WAC standings. The Buffs upped their WAC ranking to 4-1 and now 10-7 in their regular season. Unlike the Jan. 5 33-28 win in Great Bend, the Buffs led this game from start to finish, never trailing. A 10-7 first-quarter lead was expanded to 24-17 by halftime, thanks in part to a pair of late 3-pointers by Jayden Crook and Kyler Lamb. In the third, three times Great Bend pulled to within six, and each time, the Buffs rebuilt their lead and finished the quarter up by double digits, 39-29.
The Lady Buffs would be put to the test as they took on the Great Bend Lady Panthers in a homecoming game last Friday. At the end of the first quarter the game looked like it would be a close one, but the girls were ready for the Panthers. They stopped them at only 10 points in the first half of play.
The Western Athletic Confernece is within striking distance. The Garden City High School bowling team started this week with a match against Great Bend and finished it with a match against Dodge City.
The regular season comes to an end as the Buffs takedown the Colby Eagles 39-25. The season has been full of hardships for the Buffs with illness and injuries making it tough for them to take the win.
The boys Buffalo swim team made their final splash in the lanes last Thursday on Feb. 8th, 2018. They competed in Great Bend, Kan. Trey Arwine raced the 200 free 500 free, and 4x1.
Colten May, a red academy senior stole the show at Carnegie Hall. To be invited to Carnegie Hall is one of the greatest achievements a high school band member can hope for and that is exactly what Colten May did when he played in the High School Honers Performance Series. The Honors Performance Series brings together some of the most talented high school singers and band members. The 2018 High School Series took place the first through fifth of February and the Honors performances took place on the 5th. This event requires musicians/singers to go through an individual nomination and selection process. Colten May became eligible when he was accepted to All-State band.
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