It is the purpose of
USD 384 Blue Valley
to develop and maintain
a functional curriculum
that will provide
to all students.
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December 18, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
VFW Hall in Randolph
A Community Project to rebuild the Randolph City Park bridge.
For more details please visit the Community page.
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From your Board Member…
Hello. I am Marla Webster. I have been lucky enough to serve as your Board Member since July 2005. I am currently in my 8th year on the Board, representing District 3 Position 3.
My husband Lynn is an alumnus of Blue Valley, and I graduated from Grinnell High school and Kansas State University.
We have two daughters, Codie and Callie. Codie is a senior and currently attending Fort Hays State University in the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science program, and Callie is a sophomore at BVHS.
I would like to take this opportunity to tell you that I believe that Blue Valley is blessed with the most compassionate people in the country. I feel very lucky to be a part of this small school family.
Being a part of a small school, small town environment all of my life, I see almost on a daily basis what a great asset it is. I believe that the low teacher to student ratio is a great benefit to the education of our students. Also, the extra-curricular activities that are offered and allowed for all students make them well-rounded and able to try a variety of different activities to expand their social and educational background.
Organizations such as, but not limited to: FCCLA, FFA, and BPA allow students to broaden their horizons, and the leadership of these groups challenge the students and allow them to grow individually as well as meeting other students not only from Kansas but on the National level as well.
Leadership is the key to a great future and helps develop readiness for college and adult life.
I appreciate your support and am grateful for the opportunity of being part of this great school.
Thank you, Marla Webster
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