Christmas Break for Students is December 21-January 2______________________________________________________________

USD 460 is committed to a model of continuous improvement and growth.  This is best illustrated by our District Improvement Framework, which is a one page visual that includes the following components:

- Student Success Outcomes
- Beliefs and Practices
- Habits of Character and Scholarship

Ultimately, we want to further develop our focus on giving every single child every opportunity to become the very best of which he or she is capable.  To make that more than just words on a page is our challenge, and we have many foundational elements in place to ensure we are progressing towards success in each of our classrooms, across our buildings, and throughout our entire district.

There are ongoing opportunities for our entire school community to provide feedback on our goals and outcomes.  As is always the case, please contact me anytime should you have any questions or thoughts about this topic or anything we do as a school district in Hesston.

Respectfully,

Ben Proctor
Superintendent


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Kansas statutes and local policy set the requirements for immunizations for students.  Follow this link for complete information!  If you have questions after reading, please contact our school nurse, Tammi Krehbiel at 620-327-7102.


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KANSAS SCHOOL SAFETY HOTLINE:  1-877-626-8203
Call to anonymously report any threat to school safety in Hesston schools.