Mrs. Erway's 4th grade class created a short video promoting Race for Education. Students used iPads for filming, Garageband for the music and iMovie for compiling the elements into the product below. They encourage you to "Help us out! Helps us build a new playground!"
Did you know...?
Larned High School is now on iHigh
You can now keep up to date with all Larned High School activities on iHigh. Simply click hereor go to the High School page and select Activities from the Channel Bar to visit our new space on iHigh. Things are being added all the time so check back often!
the 2012-13 Activities/Events Calendar is on the website!
Click on the Calendar Button up above to see the events calendar.
(don't forget - all items subject to change due to cancellations, weather, etc - but we will keep it updated as we know changes!)
Welcome to the Fort Larned Unified School District. We are a community of learners dedicated to the creation of an environment where children can be successful. Thanks to the efforts of our talented and dedicated employees, a strong and supportive Board of Education, involved and committed parents and a community that values what our school district has to offer, our children have the opportunity to take advantage of a rich and diverse PK-12 educational experience.
Our goal is to provide an environment where all children can learn to the best of their abilities. We are committed to building and sustaining positive learning experiences where all students develop essential skills necessary to positively contribute to our ever-changing world. We promote the use of technology in the classroom and support our teachers in their efforts to integrate technology with in classroom learning opportunities.
This year our district, along with many others in the State, will be facing unprecedented financial challenges. Throughout these battles we will continue to address major learning strategies that provide enhanced learning opportunities for our children and lead to the continuous improvement of our district. However, our budgets will never be able to keep pace with the dreams we have for our children. Therefore we must face difficult choices and challenges with unwavering courage and commitment. Our district will make difficult data driven decisions necessary to efficiently enhance and strengthen our ability to serve children and their families. Our efforts will lead to a preferred future for our children, our families and our community.
Jon H. Flint
Superintendent of Schools
Have you seen the staff orange wrist bands? Watch the video.....
Kansas Adopts Common Core Standards (Along with 43 other states, so far)
Our Kansas State Standards in reading and math (and the assessments) are changing over to these common standards. Click below to go to the Common Core Standards website for more information and details about these standards.