Make plans to attend the JW theater production of "Little Shop of Horrors" tonight at 7pm or Sunday at 2pm in the JW commons. The students have been working so hard and would love to see everyone there to support them! Come on out!
The USD 340 Board of Education will meet for a special meeting on Tuesday, March 28th, at 5:30 PM at the district office. Please visit our home page at www.usd340.org to access all future and past meetings' agendas, minutes and information. #WestIsBest
The SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) group met with Nurse Abby and SRO Dana Boyer to have a workshop luncheon. The presentation covered information about the dangers of drugs and alcohol and learning basic life saving tips. Thank you Abby and Dana!
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Tiger community, Join us for Dinner and a Play on Saturday, March 25th. Dinner starts at 6 pm - the play begins at 7 pm. Those wanting to join us for dinner will need to rsvp with a text or call 785-554-9882 with the number in your party for dinner (payment will be collected at the door). If you cannot make it Saturday, there is a matinee Sunday, March 26th, at 2 pm. Make plans to attend one or both performances of Little Shop of Horrors by the JW theatre students.
Come join us for this special presentation! Get your tickets now before they are gone! You won't be disappointed!
So proud of our Journalism students. We had 17 students (some in multiple events) place at the regional Kansas Press Association competition and they are now STATE BOUND! Congratulations! Brock Dobbie - 1st place news writing Brock Dobbie - 3rd place headline writing and design Brock Dobbie - 4th place yearbook sports writing Brock Dobbie - 6th place sports action photography Bryce Midgley - 2nd place news writing Bryce Midgley - 2nd place feature writing Calista Woerner - 5th place yearbook sports writing Hannah Haslett - 1st place advertising design Hannah Haslett - 2nd place sports feature photography Haylee Haslett - 2nd place infographic design Haylee Haslett - 5th place sports writing Izzie Higgins - 5th place academics photo Kamryn Fleischer - 2nd place copyediting Kamryn Fleischer - 5th place editorial cartoon Kolbie Noel - 4th place cutline writing Kolbie Noel & Megan Malone (team) - 4th place yearbook theme and graphics Leena Turner - 1st place digital illustration Lenna Turner - 3rd place editorial cartoon Natalie Meyer - 6th place infographic Natalie Meyer - 3rd place cutline writing Sydney Sage - 5th place yearbook copywriting Sydney Sage - 5th place yearbook design Sydney Sage, Katelin Lohmann, Aspen Wheeler, Ainsley Scott (team) - 1st place video sports promo Sydney Sage - 3rd place editorial writing Emma Herring - 6th place sports writing Kinley Stones - 6th place advertising Abigail Smith - 3rd place academics photo Ainsley Scott - 6th place editorial writing
Chamber of Commerce Pancake fees Saturday, March 4th.
The Big 7 League and Mid-East League Seek Merger Administration from the Big 7 and Mid-East Leagues have met and are communicating in regard to a potential merger of these historically successful high school conferences. School representatives seek the merger to improve scheduling logistics, increase academic and extracurricular opportunities, and further elevate the reputations these two tremendous leagues already possess. The Mid-East League, formed in 1948, currently consists of Riley County, Rock Creek, Rossville, Silver Lake, St. Marys, and Wabaunsee, with Rock Creek departing to join the NCKL at the end of the 2023-2024 school year. The Big 7, formed in 1926, currently consists of Hiawatha, Holton, Jefferson West, Nemaha Central, Perry-Lecompton, Riverside, Royal Valley, and Sabetha with Riverside leaving at the end of the 2023-2024 school year. The two leagues will continue to meet independently and collaboratively to work towards a potential merger with the possibility of competition to begin during the 2024-2025 school year.
Congratulations to all our athletes that participated at the 4A regional wrestling tournament today. Three of them are STATE BOUND! Way to go Karson Kahler - 4th place; Keaton Shelman -2nd place; and Osiris Unruh- 4th place!
HS Varsity Basketball Games have been allowed to play this evening (Fri, 2/17/23) Varsity Girls will play at 5:00 followed by Varsity Boys #West is Best
Good Evening Tiger Family! Due to the current icy state of roads throughout the district and overnight freezing there will be no school or activities for Friday, February 17th. The home varsity games will be rescheduled. Please stay warm and stay safe Tigers!
Attention Tiger Family! Due to the forecasted weather conditions on Thursday, February 16th, all classes and activities for Jefferson West School District are cancelled. Be safe and stay warm!
Two Hour Delay today, Thursday, February ninth. Due to poor road conditions Jefferson West USD 340 will be on a two hour delay. Patron Breakfast is cancelled. Washburn Tech bus route will be delayed by two hours.
Jeff West varsity boys finish 3rd in the Valley tournament by defeating ACCHS 71-65 for the win. It’s a great day to be a Tiger!
Great Job to JW Freshmen boys team, taking 2nd in the tournament this morning! Great day to be a Tiger! Looking for another win against ACCHS this afternoon 🏀
First time in the history of Jeff West Girls wrestling, the team brought home a trophy by taking 3rd place at Council Grove Individual medalists were Mya Vetsch and Lucy Henderson in 3rd and Sophie Waters in 2nd GO TIGERS!!!!!
HS Boys basketball game tomorrow @ 4:30 pm Leave time for basketball boys is 2:45 and Cheer with Pep Club Bus will depart at 3:15 Go Tigers!
Congratulations to these JW artists & their instructor Mark Ralston!!!