District officials took a trip to Wichita Southeast High School and Maize Career Academy on February 9, 2018. The trip was meant to give
Kennedy Cox, Senior Junction City High School, wrote this great article on Girls Who Code. This new club at JCHS is meant to address the gender gap in the computer science industry. #BlueJayOnline #GirlsWhoCode
“I personally believe that students gain a sense of confidence and better understanding of who they are when they intern. Because they are placed in site that reflects their career interests, it challenges them to seek out whether this is the career that they really want or maybe they should seek out something new. Either way, internships are a great way for students to explore what they really love and where they want to go after high school.” – Laura Miller, Teacher at JCHS.
The home is 1,224 square feet and features a two car attached garage, three bedrooms with ample closet space, and two finished bathrooms. With custom oak cabinets and flooring, this home is a beautiful addition to Junction City! Showings of this property can be scheduled by calling or texting Steven L. Burch of Next Home Unlimited at 785-375-1940.
The Health Science Pathway at Junction City High School has zeroed in on Allied Health, Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine. Medical Explorers and HOSA: Future Health Professionals provide opportunities for students to further explore their career choices and gain hands on experience.
Eleventh grader Kyra Davis has completed all culinary courses offered in this CTE Pathway. She has enjoyed cooking and baking since childhood, learning from her mother and grandmother.
“Partnering with our area responders not only strengthens our community, it also gives our students a very unique learning environment. Helping to train our future firefighters, police, dispatchers, and medical professionals is an absolute point of pride for our district. ” – Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Corbin Witt. Students and staff of USD 475 and Junction City High School will be participating in a “Tornado Strike with Haz-Mat Incident” training exercise on April 28, 2017, at 10:00 AM at the southern outdoor end of the Junction City High School. This training exercise will provide students a hands-on view of emergency management and crisis response. Media agencies should provide notice of intent to cover prior to Thursday, April 27, 2017. Agencies will then be provided specific location and exercise information as well as available interviews.
Abby Freitag is a senior at Junction City High School preparing for her career by completing the CTE Pathway for Auto Tech. She enjoys working on a variety of automobiles to gain more experience in the field. She recalls working on a Ford Thunderbird for weeks; problem-solving with her colleagues until the solution presented itself.