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Starside students create coffeehouse poetry night for family and friends
April 28, 2005
Sara Dilday’s classroom at Starside Elementary School morphed into a beatnik coffeehouse Thursday evening when students put on a poetry slam for family and friends. After weeks of writing their own poems, students read them amidst dim lights, groovy music and even a couple of recliners.
Johnson cruises in 800, 1,600 meters at KU relays
Krehbiel wins 110 hurdles at Eudora
April 28, 2005
Casey Johnson has made it evident throughout his senior season that he is the man to beat when it comes to high school distance running in Kansas. But after becoming the first high school runner in about 20 years to win both the 800 and 1,600 meter runs at last weekend’s Kansas Relays, the Wildcat’s dominance has spilled beyond the borders of the Jayhawk state.
Burnett pitches well-timed gem
April 28, 2005
The De Soto baseball team was in perfect position to earn its first doubleheader sweep, since taking a pair of games from Central Heights April 5, when it faced Anderson County Thursday.
Goalie Bedford gets day off in Harmon rout
April 28, 2005
Megen Bedford didn’t have to show up for Thursday’s 8-0 win over Kansas City Harmon. The De Soto goalie could have stayed home and watched her favorite television program, or even went shopping while her teammates shutout the Hawks.
Funding surprise
District finds proposed school finance formula delivers $1 million hit
April 28, 2005
De Soto USD 232 Superintendent Sharon Zoellner said she was unpleasantly surprised when reading the details of the recently passed school finance legislation.
De Soto district phasing out associate principals for learning coaches
Learning coaches teaching teachers
April 28, 2005
Instead of directly teaching students, the job of several district instructors next year will be more like teaching teachers to teach students.
Madrigals highlight CoC extravaganza
Chamber Musical Extravaganza Saturday
April 28, 2005
Music lovers will be able to hear a group that regularly performs with the Kansas City Symphony as well as young award-winning singers from the community who will perform at famed Carnegie Hall during Saturday’s De Soto Chamber of Commerce Musical Extravaganza.
Modified pool plans shared
Modified pool design wins Planning Commission’s approval
April 28, 2005
Construction on the new municipal pool is one step closer with the De Soto Planning Commission’s approval Tuesday of modifications to the pool’s site plan.
Benefit district explored for 83rd Street
April 28, 2005
Scouts appreciate support
April 28, 2005
Students’ musical achievement deserve recognition
April 28, 2005
Support asbestos legislation
April 28, 2005
Alice C. Gifford
April 28, 2005