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Yearbooks On Sale Now!!

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GET YOUR YEARBOOKS NOW!  Yearbooks from 1982-2014 are on sale now and they are price to move!


Yearbooks are as follows:
2014 – $20.00
2013 – $25.00
2012 – $25.00
2011 – $25.00
1982-2010 (gaps of missing years) – $5.00


Proceeds go to the Publication class for future projects!

Unique Learning Opportunity!

Satanta students in grades 6-12 are being offered a unique summer learning activity funded by Tradewind Energy. This opportunity involves a five-day, all-expense paid trip to Lawrence, Kansas, July 21-25, 2014, organized by the Lawrence Arts Center. Students selected for this trip will stay on campus at the University of Kansas and will work with KU instructors in the fields of pottery and ceramics; metal and jewelry design; digital arts; and print making in addition to attending workshops at the Lawrence Arts Center focused on instruction in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Applications will be distributed by Mr. Ryan Burrows and will also be available in the Satanta High School office. The deadline for application is May 1, 2014. As the number of available spots is limited, students who apply should make sure that they are available for the dates listed in the application before submitting it to Mr. Burrows. Should you have further questions, please contact Mr. Burrows by phone at 620-649-2611 or by email at rburrows@usd507.org.

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Back to Back Championships!!

The Indians defend their Championship

Congratulations to the 2014 State Scholar's Bowl Champiions!  Satanta has back to back championships in this activity.  2013 and 2014.  GO INDIANS!

The team went 3-2 in pool play, and 5-0 in the championship round-robin. This marks the second year in row that the team has captured the state title and the fifth year in a row that the team has made an appearance at the state tournament. Pictured are Coach Ryan Burrows, sophomore Jacob Apsley, junior Austin Brown, senior Ruben Pando, senior Tailor Lynch, and freshman Clayton Zimmerman.


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