On Jan. 30, kids and parents alike will be thinking one thing: summer.
Jack Farnsworth might have needed a little help from his friends here at Sacred Heart School recently to make it around the world.
Don’t tell your math teacher, but at Church of the Nativity School here, rectangles are now square.
Last month, teachers and administrators here at Most Pure Heart of Mary Elementary School in Topeka learned how their students had scored on the State Assessment Exams given last spring.
You take it for granted, said Dave Miller, until someone close to you needs it desperately.
When Adam Hauser graduates from the University of Kansas this coming spring, he’ll leave with a diploma — and a treasure.
It was a bit of a paparazzi moment for Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, as fifth-graders from all over the city lined up to get his autograph after his presentation at the Fifth-Grade Vocation Day here.
With a change of underwear and a golf club for protection, Zach Crosthwait, a member of St. Patrick Parish here, started out on his summer vacation.
Sarah Orscheln will have no trouble with that perennial back-to school essay assignment: How did you spend your summer?
When someone leaves the blazing heat of mid-July in Kansas for a vacation to a cooler spot, it’s easy to come back refreshed.