BES Annual Plant Sale Friday, April 14, 2017 Come visit our greenhouse on Friday, April 14. See our large selection of vegetable plants and variety of flowers. We have potted flowers, hanging baskets, and several other . . .
The students at Bluestem Elementary School love Craft Day. It’s a time when they get to come together and make Christmas-type crafts. We had six different crafts to make this year…. But, . . .
The Bluestem Elementary School held its annual spelling bee on December 1st, 2016. Following many competitive rounds, a champion was crowned. Congratulations to our top 3 spellers. 1st Place: Emma Larsen; 2nd Place: Tressa Talbert; 3rd Place: . . .
http://www.butlercountytimesgazette.com/news/20161122/bluestem-elementary-cuts-ribbon-on-new-barn# Bringing Ag to the classroom By Julie Clements The Butler County Times-Gazette (Posted Nov 23, 2016) Bluestem . . .
Please join us on November 14, 2016, at 6:00PM, for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House of our new barn at Bluestem Elementary. We are excited to show you the hard work completed by the QSI team, Ryan Caffrey, Dave Cornish, Tim . . .
Monday, August 15th the BOE and several Bluestem teachers and patrons held a groundbreaking ceremony for their new Agricultural Barn. Check out highlights in the attached Butler County Times Gazette Article below. Butler County Times . . .
On Saturday, October 17, 2015 members of the Bluestem Elementary Honor Choir attended the South Central Kansas Music Educators Association district honor choir. The students prepared 5 songs in advance and spent the morning perfecting each . . .
Two Bluestem Elementary teachers attended the National Ag in the Classroom Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Ag in the Classroom is a nationwide initiative to help students gain a greater awareness of the role of agriculture in the economy . . .
Olympic gold! Olympic silver! Have you ever met an Olympic champion? We have an Olympic champion at Bluestem Elementary School. Jon Smith, a fourth grader in Mrs. McCaffree’s class, participated in the 2014 state Special Olympic track . . .
Dear Parents, Thank you for your interest in having your child considered for enrollment as a role model in the Bluestem Early Childhood Special Education classroom. Please see the guidelines for selection of role model students below. . . .
During a study of Columbus, students in Mr. Kane's 2nd grade learned the continents, oceans, and cardinal directions.
The Beginning Robotics Team from Bluestem Elementary received third place in the WSU Mindstorms Challenge held Saturday, February 27 at WSU. Students built robots and programmed them to complete challenges that included the Line . . .