It is time for a new heard of buffalo football players to take charge. As the 2018 football season comes to a close its time for the seniors of the team to think about their future plans.
For many students, traveling to a foreign country is a dream, but recently Garden City High School has made that dream a reality for some students. Education First, and educational tour company, allows students to travel out of the country and has tours all around the world ranging from Europe to the Caribbean.
This year at there are new teacher additions. Garden City High School has three new student teachers this year: Ms. Garcia in Ms. Tonche’s classroom teaching Spanish I, Mr. Runnion in Mr. Duran’s classroom teaching U.S. History, and Ms. Tobin in Mr. Lappin’s classroom adding to the buffalo coffee shop staff.
When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween.’ BOO! Halloween came early in Garden City. Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo were pleased to present the 24th annual “Boo! At The Zoo.”
Strengthening families, one paintball at a time. Saints of Fun paintball course was recently brought into to Garden city last year. The paintball course is located 3555 N Jennie Barker Road.
One of the biggest conventions in America, the 91st annual Future Farmers of America Convention took place last weekend. This national convention is held every year in Indianapolis, Indiana and give FFA members all over America the chance to gather in one place and get inspiration for the year ahead.
On Nov. 15, the winner of the 2018 Crystal Apple Awards will be announced at the Clarion Inn. As excitement fills the air, many of the teacher nominees couldn’t be more honored and anxious to attend the event.
When Hussein and Hassan Ismail arrived in the United States four years ago, they came to Garden City to join their father, who had arrived in America four years prior to search for a better life for him and his family.
On October 18, during sixth and seventh hour, several different classes combined their efforts to make a play based on William Shakespeare’s, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The play was performed exclusively to the classes involved, with the exception of a few staff members.
This November, the theatre department will be performing the play Pippin. In the story, Pippin is the son of the Holy Roman Empire patriarch Charlemagne. “He realizes he is just not the hero everyone wants him to be,” Barb Hilt, theatre director said.