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Mrs. Brown has taught at USD 286 for many years. She is currently the Junior High Social Studies teacher. She is the Blue Devil Cheer Coach. Mrs. Brown is the wife of Brad Brown. She has 3 children, Denton, Jordan, and Megan. Thank you from the students, parents, and staff!
Freshmen, Juniors and 8th graders,
Seniors, Sophomores, 6th and 7th graders.
The dinner will be at 6:00, with student recognition beginning about 6:30. The Banquet will be held in the old gym. All junior high and high school football, volleyball, basketball, cheer, band, choir, baseball, softball, track, and golf participants will be recognized.
All students that plan to attend need to RSVP at the office 620-725-3186 by Thursday, April 28. Please let us know the number of people in your family that will be attending.
At the February BOE meeting, the USD 286 Board of Education approved moving Drivers Education from the school year to the summer. This schedule change will be effective this summer, 2016.
The top priority of USD 286 is the education provided to our students. By offering drivers education during the school year, we are sacrificing a course offering. Our large 8th grade class would have required the use of two class periods to continue teaching Drivers Ed. during the school year. We feel that our students would benefit much more from additional course offerings and educational opportunities during the school year.
The district has contracted with Mr. Farrice to teach Drivers Ed. in the summer, here at Sedan HS. Mr. Farrice will be in contact with both students and parents and will provide all needed information: schedules, deadlines, fees, forms, etc.
Superintendent of Schools
Chautauqua Co, USD 286
Sedan High School was honored to host 2002 SHS graduate and Blue Angel pilot, Andy Talbott on Monday, December 7 for a motivational speech for students and the community. Andy and part of the Blue Angel crew spoke to the 6th - 12th grade students about motivation and goal setting. Many community members attended the event. Andy has found great success upon graduating from Sedan High School as found in his bio below:
LT Andy Talbott
Lieutenant Andy Talbott is a native of Sedan, Kansas, and graduated from Sedan High School in 2002, where he lettered in football. He attended Kansas State University (KSU), Salina, Kansas, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Airway Science in December 2005. After serving as a Flight Instructor at KSU for two years, Andy reported to Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida, for Officer Candidate School and was commissioned an Ensign in the U.S. Navy.
Andy reported to NAS Pensacola for aviation indoctrination in April 2006. He completed primary flight training in the T-6 Texan II at Vance Air Force Base, Enid, Oklahoma, and completed intermediate and advanced flight training in the T-45C Goshawk NAS Meridian, Mississippi. He earned his wings of gold in February 2008.
Andy then reported to Training Squadron SEVEN (VT-7), the "Eagles," at NAS Meridian as an instructor pilot. He reported to Strike Fighter Attack Squadron 106 (VFA-106), the "Gladiators," at NAS Oceana, Virginia, in March 2009 for initial training in the F/A-18E Super Hornet.
Andy reported to Strike Fighter Attack Squadron 136 (VFA-136), the "Knighthawks," at NAS Oceana in December 2010, where he served as Landing Signals Officer (LSO), Assistant Operations Officer, Avionics/Armament Division Officer, Schedules Officer, Line Division Officer, Public Affairs Officer, Mess Officer, and Joint Mission Planning System Subject Matter Expert. While assigned to VFA-136, Andy completed two deployments aboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65), and flew in support of Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom.
Andy returned to VFA-106 in March 2013 as an instructor pilot, and also served as LSO and the Squadron Aviation Safety Officer.
Andy joined the Blue Angels in September 2014. He has accumulated more than 2,300 flight hours and has 335 carrier-arrested landings. His decorations include a Strike Flight Air Medal, four Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, and various personal and unit awards.
Bio from: https://www.blueangels.navy.mil/team/officers.aspx
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