New Schedule

The USD 261 Board of Education made the decision on Monday, November 9th, to move ALL MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL students to REMOTE LEARNING. Beginning Wednesday, November 18th, all secondary students will be attending classes virtually using their Chromebooks at home. Click below for more information.

Breakfast and lunch will still be available at NO COST for all students. Reservations must be submitted EACH WEEK and can be submitted from Wednesdays begining at 8:00 am through Mondays ending at 8:00 am. To accommodate parents, an additional pick up time has been added. You can now pick up your meals for the week on Tuesdays from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm at either HMS, HWMS, or CHS, or you can pick up at all locations from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. Meals will only be provided for days that school is in session. (For example, meals will not be provided for holidays, inservice days, etc.) You can find the reservation form by clicking the button below. Please include all students that are remote on one form.

New Schedule

Starting November 9, 2020, to ensure all schools comply with state attendance requirements, Haysville Public Schools will start 10 minutes earlier. Pick-up times for students riding the bus to school will also be 10 minutes earlier than their original scheduled time. The new school start time for HHS is 7:30 AM. You can find an updated School Calendar by clicking below.

 

ATTENTION ALL PARENTS!

Below you will find the Learning Assurance Document that USD 261 is needing for all students. If you have questions or need help filling out this document there is also an instructional video below. This is for all learners on site or remote. We appreciate your help in getting this completed by Monday, September 28th.

 

              

Campus High/Haysville High School Chromebook Initiative

What:

CHS/HHS began providing 1:1 Chromebooks to students in the Fall of 2019. Each student is provided with a Chromebook to utilize at school and at home.

Who:

Students in grades 6-12 will be issued a Chromebook, Chromebook case, and charger.

Why:

  • Provide consistent access to digital learning tools while at CHS/HHS.
  • Equalize access to technology for all students.
  • Enhance Career Readiness: preparing students to use technology as a tool for creation, collaboration, and communication in authentic lessons.
  • Provide a consistent platform for more effective and efficient feedback between school and students and their families.
  • Empower our students with critical 21st-century skills.
  • Teach our students Digital Citizenship so they can safely and responsibly navigate the world of technology.

For more information, visit the 261 Chromebook Guide webpage by clicking the button below.

 

261 CHROMEBOOK GUIDE        CHROMEBOOK LOAN AGGREEMENT

Haysville High Named Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase School.

Capturing Kids' Hearts

Haysville High School has once again been recognized by the Flippen Group to receive a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase SchoolsTM award for the 2018-2019 school year.

Through the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards, the Flippen Group recognizes and celebrates campuses that go the extra mile each day, building an environment where students and staff feel safe and connected. Capturing Kids’ Hearts campuses across the country were considered for these awards based on the following criteria: 1) nomination based on observation by Flippen Group personnel, 2) level of implementation of Capturing Kids’ Hearts processes by all staff as measured by online surveys, and 3) data demonstrating that Capturing Kids’ Hearts has made a significant improvement in attendance, discipline, climate/culture, or academics.

A Flippen Group team visited each nominated campus to gather additional quantitative and qualitative data, and to interview students, teachers, administrators, and parents. They used a matrix of key measurements to gather information during the campus walk-through. Finally, an additional survey was conducted to collect feedback regarding the perceived climate and culture of the campus and its conduciveness to learning. Following this visit, the selection team reviewed all accumulated data and selected the campuses to receive the Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools awards.

 

Our New Building is Open!

How has the new school impacted the students?

This video, assembled from over 19,600 images taken by our Arecont security camera, DJI drone aerial video, and Principals' interview footage, addresses the positive impact the new facility has on the students. This project was made possible by the passing of the 2015 bond election.

Produced by students Cole & Jordan of the Campus High School 060 Team.

Kansas regulations now require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI"). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.

Get Kansas policy here

 

 

Haysville Gear Up

Haysville High School is an expanding program, servicing students who may have struggled in the traditional high school setting. Students choosing to participate in one of the various programs have the support of a knowledgeable, flexible, and caring staff. Our goals are to help students develop a foundation on which to build knowledge, develop skills of use for the future, and create a desire to learn. Students are encouraged to establish goals to proved direction and motivation to stay in school and earn a high school diploma.

Haysville High School is under the direction of CHS Assist. Principal, Mark Foster.

Programs Offered

  • Charter Program
  • Special Education
  • Job Training Partnership

Student Handbook

Newsletter

Haysville High School is dedicated to preparing students to be
life-long learners and responsible citizens in a changing world.

HHS is designed to engage students as participants, not as spectators, in the learning process.
Working together through the steps of the admission process, students see firsthand the uses and needs for problem-solving skills, particularly when they are involved.

  1. Interview with counseling staff and administration at CHS. Obtain a referral.
  2. Pre-Testing at HHS (math, reading & writing). (Students will be required to be enrolled in tutorial classes for reading, math, and writing until they satisfy proficiency requirements.)
  3. Entrance Interview
    1. Student must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
    2. Complete student profile.
    3. Discuss HHS student expectations.
    4. Discuss and identify academic, personal, and professional goals.
    5. Evaluate transcript and educational options.
  4. Determination of admission
    Develop academic course of study
    Student/Parent contact
  5. Determination of schedule
    Full schedule or shortened schedule with Job Training Partnership for those who qualify.

Mark Foster, CHS Assistant Principal

Mark Foster

Principal

email: mfoster@usd261.com

In the Office

Liz Sanford
Secretary

email: lsanford@usd261.com

 

Connie Bise
Attendance Secretary

email: cbise@usd261.com

 

 

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