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Christmas Traditions Throughout The Junior High

By Blake Selensky

    With the Holiday season in full swing many people participate in traditions that they share with their family and friends. Since Christmas is right around the corner, it’s not uncommon to already see Christmas . . .

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Junior High Boys A-Team Compete in NWKL Tournament

Blake Selensky

  On Thursday, December 13 and Saturday, December 15 the Quinter Junior High School A-Team boys’ basketball team placed third in the Northwest Kansas League Tournament in Oberlin. The Bulldogs competed against the Rawlins . . .

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QHS Students Preview Their Future

By: Ava Gillespie

    Quinter High School offers many opportunities to explore options for students’ futures.  One of these great programs is internship. Internship is offered to juniors and seniors. At their intern, the . . .

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It’s a Mad Lib Christmas at QJH-SH

By: Codi Kenter

  The students are Quinter High School participated in a Mad Lib Christmas game. Mad Libs is a word game where one player asks others for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story, and then they read the story out . . .

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QHS Performs "Arsenic and Old Lace"

Collin Thielin, acting as Mortimer Brewster, is bound and gagged in a chair; while Eli Gruenbacher, playing Dr. Einstein, and Keegan Haldeman, who portrays Jonathan Brewster, begin to explain their fowl plan to the unwilling participant. . . .

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School Play Exit Picture

Collin Thelin, acting as Mortimer Brewster, is bound and gagged in a chair; while Eli Gruenbacher, playing Dr. Einstein, and Keegan Haldeman, who portrays Jonathan Brewster, begin to explain . . .

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Junior High Student Selected for KMEA

    On Saturday, November 3 selected students from Quinter Junior High had the opportunity to travel to Hays High School to compete in the Junior High Kansas Music Educators Association Honor Choir and Honor Band. . . .

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State XC Pep Rally

    On Saturday, November 3 selected students from Quinter Junior High had the opportunity to travel to Hays High School to compete in the Junior High Kansas Music Educators Association Honor Choir and Honor Band. . . .

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Halloween Dress Up Day

QJH eighth graders Braden Polifka, Trevor Kaiser, and Fabian Mungaray dress up for the Halloween Dress-up Day sponsored by the QHS Student Council. Students at QHS had the opportunity to wear costumes to school on Wednesday, October 31 in . . .

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Bulldogs Open Home Schedule With Win

    The Quinter Junior High football boys took on the Dighton Hornets at home on Thursday, September 6 to open their home schedule. The Bulldogs won 46-28.   In the first quarter the Bulldogs jumped out to an . . .

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Bulldogs Open Home Schedule With Win

    The Quinter Junior High football boys took on the Dighton Hornets at home on Thursday, September 6 to open their home schedule. The Bulldogs won 46-28.   In the first quarter the Bulldogs jumped out to an . . .

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Bulldogs Kick Off the Season at Home Against the Devils

  On Friday, August 31 the Quinter High School football team took on Decatur Community for the season opener at home. The Bulldogs lost 46-0. In the first quarter the Devils were able to pass by the Bulldogs’ defense . . .

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Bulldogs Gear Up to Kick Off New Season

By: Blake Selensky

  The Quinter High School boys’ football team is ready to start the season off with 22 players out for the 2018 football season. The Bulldogs have 14 returning players from last year's season, and will be welcoming eight . . .

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Celebrating a New School Year

To start off a new school year, Quinter hosted their annual Back to School Fest at the city park on Saturday, August 20. Students in grades kindergarten through seniors were entertained from early that morning until that evening. The . . .

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