Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
A bond issue will be placed before the patrons of the Kremlin-Hillsdale School District on Nov. 12.
The election will seek voter approval of $8,820,000 in general obligation school bonds to build a new junior high/high school.
The present high school was built in the late 1920s, and has been added onto several times throughout the years.
The current facility has become a chronic maintenance problem (air conditioning units are outdated and can’t get parts, numerous roof leaks, plumbing and electrical problems are routinely fixed or replaced, etc.)
The proposed bond will provide the funds needed to build a new junior high and high school facility. Included in the new school will be classrooms, climate-controlled gymnasium/auditorium, band room, vo-ag shop and a storm shelter large enough to house all KHS students and staff.
Should the bond pass, taxes will rise approximately 20 percent over the current levels and will remain at that level for 10 years, and then will begin to reduce down. As an example, anyone who paid $100 in property taxes this year, will pay approximately $120 in property taxes, should the bond pass.
Haley Carson and Lee Olmstead were crowned homecoming queen and king prior to the football game Oct. 4. The homecoming court included Connor McCollough, Chantz Tucker, Karlee Bittle and Hannah Wuerflein.
Kindergarteners Aidyn Seek and Chase Pirtle carried the flowers and football.
The Kremlin-Hillsdale 2013-2014 Oklahoma Junior Academic Bowl Assoc. teams have been selected.
The eighth- and ninth- grade team members include Briley Craig (captain), Paul Courtney, Zeb Hawkins, Emily Felber, Corbin Lunday and Josh Reimer.
The eighth-grade team members are Josh Reimer (captain), Cody Bower, Ian Franklin, Alice Keithly, Mahayla Mitchell and Dakota Gabriel.
The sixth- and seventh-grade team members are Natalie Haggard (captain), Bobby Gray, Hannah Rundle, Brett Russell, Sophie Fosmire, Bradie Gray and Maguire Lunday.
The fifth- and sixth-grade team members are Sophie Fosmire, Bradie Gray, Maguire Lunday, Katy Brashears, Rachel Reimer and Cooper Coffey. All teams are coached by Roger Gossen.
Congratulations to KHS seniors Ryan Voth and Karlee Bittle for being selected to the All-Regional Softball Team.
Make plans to attend the Kremlin-Hillsdale Veterans Day program at 6 p.m. Nov. 11, and at 1:15 p.m. Monday in the new gym.
All communities are welcome. Before the Sunday evening program, a baked potato dinner and dessert will be available beginning at 5 p.m.
The Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA Booster Club will host its annual Chili & Soup Cook Off and Pie Auction at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16, in the Kremlin-Hillsdale commons area. Anyone can enter chili or soup.
Admission is $5 and will purchase a cup for sampling, a drink and two votes for your favorite chili or soup. First-place winners will receive an apron. Pies will be auctioned after the cook-off.
Chad Cargill will present an ACT workshop 8:30-11:30 a.m. Jan. 31, in Kremlin. Cost is $30.
Space is limited, so register with Mrs. Smithson ASAP.
The next ACT test is Feb. 8. Deadline to register is Jan. 10.
Support the KHS Band this month by attending the KHS Skate Night, 6-8 p.m. Monday at Skatetown, and by eating at Rib Crib Nov. 14.
THE BRONC, the student-produced school newspaper, is available online at www.kremlin.k12.ok.us.
If you do not have Internet access, contact Roger Gossen at KHS to request a printed copy.
The Kremlin Home Culture HCE met Oct. 8 at the Kremlin Methodist Church, with Stefanie Franklin serving as hostess.
Attending were Linda Sader, Jennie Meyers. Sharon Riddle, Virginia Craig, Beverly Buller, Joyce Fales and Avis Forbes.
The Kremlin United Methodist Women met Oct. 2 at the church with co-hostesses Betty Thurman and Avis Forbes.
Attending were Lillian Brawner, Joyce Fales, Stefanie Franklin and guests, Anne Fosset and Roxie and Trixie Hein.
Avis presented a lesson on self-denial. Betty gave a lesson on “How Christians Are Like Pumpkins.”
Betty presented that same lesson to the Kids for Christ After-School Program Oct. 23.