At the latest board meeting for Johnson County School District One, the trustees heard reports from administrators on the first couple of weeks of the new school year.
Meadowlark School will be hosting an open house beginning at 5pm on Thursday, September 19th. The school has begun DIBLs testing.
The new Cloud Peak School is also involved in DIBLs testing, and was reported to have a student population of 267 kids in grades 3, 4 and 5.
Clear Creek Middle School reported 245 kids enrolled this fall.
Buffalo High School is discussing adopting a new late work policy. A committee is forming to oversee the possibility with the goal of uniform policy for all students, all grades, all classes.
They also were reported to have a student population of 342 kids this fall at the high school, which is about average.
District Transportation Director Dennis Zezas reported that his department is transporting an average of 560 students per day.
Kaycee Activities Director Jason Humble reported that Kaycee school now has a website up for updated scores and other happenings for both grade school and high school activities.
Finally Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler said two years' worth of ACT Scores were recently released at once, back-to-back, and that the district will be studying those and determining how the district aligns with state scores.