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Tech Fair Results

This years students in woods and drafting  did and excellent job at the Tech fair we came home with 14 rosettes 11 in woodworking and 3 in drafting. White = Good Red = Excellent Blue = Superior Rosette = Outstanding (in . . . read more

Weekly News for week of April 8

Click on  Weekly News  to watch. read more

League Art Awards

The Natoma Art students attended an art show in Osborne on March 20th. Here are the results:   Hannah:  1st Place in Acrylic Painting 3rd Place in Acrylic Painting 2nd Place in Graphite 2nd Place . . . read more

Spelling Bee

The 5th through 8th local Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday February 14th. Our participants from 5th grade were Gunner MacConnell and Eli Broeckelman.  The 6th Grade participants were Cameron Conn and Adelyn Dohl, while our 7th grade . . . read more

Congratulations to Forensics

Congratulations to Sophie for breaking finals and receiving 4th place in impromptu speech on Saturday at the Northern Valley Invitational Tournament.  Also, congratulations to Lynae for receiving 2nd place in serious solo and . . . read more

Well Done to the VFW and Patriot's Pen Winners

  On February 7, Kyla Erickson (7), Lucy Alexander (8), Lynae Paget (9), and MaKayla Murphy (11) and their families attended the annual VFW Recognition Dinner at the Russell VFW where each of them was honored for their success . . . read more

Tiger News

The Web Design class will be presenting the weekly news of January 22-27. To view the news click on the link. Tiger News read more

Lucy Alexander -- Patriot's Pen State winner

Congratulations to Lucy Alexander, the Kansas state winner of the Patriot's pen essay.  She was also the Russell VFW Post 6240 winner.  Her essay will go to the national level where she will be eligible for cash prizes depending . . . read more

Smile About Picture Day

Even though picture day was November 7th, there are still order forms available to purchase photos. If you would like a form, they are available in the high school front office or your child can bring one home. All order forms are due . . . read more

Yearbooks On Sale

There are currently still 2023 yearbooks on sale for $20.  2024 yearbooks are going on sale for $25 and if you buy 2 or more they will only cost $20 each. If you want one please contact Mr.Grafel,Kizzie, or Jordan at the . . . read more

Building Strong Families - Importance of Agriculture

Today, many of us may be far removed from the farm, so teaching kids about agriculture is more important than ever!  For more information click on  Building Strong Families . read more

Building Strong Families Newsletter

Click on  Newsletter  for more information. read more

PreK - 12 Music Program on Monday, December 20

The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the gym.   Santa Claus will be there after the concert to hand out goodie bags as usual. There will also be photo opportunities with Santa Claus.   read more


On Monday, December 20, the P-12 music concert will be held.  It begins at 6:30 p.m. read more

K-State Research and Extension Post Rock District-Newsletter

Developing Financial Attitudes and Habits.  For information click on  Financial Attitudes and Habits. read more

K-State Research and Extension Post Rock District-Osborne Newsletter

The Post Rock Extension District puts together a newsletter every month that we distribute to local schools.   Please click on  The Power of Sleep  for more information. read more

K-State Research and Extension Post Rock District-Osborne Newsletter

The Post Rock Extension District puts together a newsletter every month that we distribute to local schools.   Please click on  Bonding Thru Board Games  for more information. read more

Financial Help with Internet Services

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an  FCC program  to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare . . . read more

District Spelling Bee held on February 10

The USD 399 district spelling bee was held on Wednesday, February 10 at 9:00 a.m.  Eight competitors (2 each from Grades 5-8) began the competition.  Those eight were Isabelle Cotterill (8), Kizzie Shelton (8), Caylie Lyle (7), . . . read more

Free Meals Offered

Children ages 18 and younger can receive free meals at a nearby school that offers a summer food service program.  The meals are free and sites offer a breakfast and lunch daily. For more information on a site near you - please go . . . read more


We will serve "to go" meals from the high school, Paradise gym & Pit Stop Oil in Waldo.  A full lunch meal with milk will be handed out along with cereal, fruit & milk for the next day's breakfast This is . . . read more

Natoma Spelling Bee

The Spelling Bee was held on January 28th in the High School Commons. The following students competed: Morgan Finkenbinder, Harley Foarde, Caylie Lyle, Kelden Rubottom, Hannah Koelling, MaKayla Murphy, Elsie Finkenbinder, and Hayley . . . read more

2019-2020 School Calendar and Activities Schedule

Please click on the links to the right to see the 2019-2020 school calendar and activities schedule.    read more

Students Attend FHSU Tech Fair

On Friday, April 27 the Students from the Industrial Technology and Agriculture Education Departments attended the FHSU Tech Fair.  Results are follows: JH Communication     Gracyn, Ashton, Jillian, Ava  . . . read more

Bray Finishes as Russell County Spelling Bee Runner-up

Jeremy Bray, an 8th grader, was named the runner-up at the Russell County Spelling Bee held on January 29 at Russell.  Other Paradise students that competed were Derek George (8th grade), KC Conlin(7th grade), Sara Riley (7th grade), . . . read more

Paradise Spelling Bee

The Paradise spelling bee was held on Thursday, January 18.  Students fought long and hard to be the best speller they could be.  In the end we finally had three remaining spellers.  Elsie Finkenbinder (6th grade) was . . . read more

Natoma HS Wood Processing program receives boost from Dane G. Hansen Foundation

The Natoma High School Wood Processing class just finished cutting and drying a load of lumber that they will use for their projects this year.  Although this is nothing new to the Natoma program, which has cut its own wood since 2012, . . . read more

NHS Receives Grant from Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund through the Osborne County Community Foundation!

Over this past summer, Natoma High School received a grant in the amount of $4916.00 to purchase new projectors for the HS commons and HS drafting room from the Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund through the Osborne County Community . . . read more

EXTRA! EXTRA! Order Your Yearbook

Order your Yearbooks 2017-2018 for the low price of $30.   Contact Mr.Grafel, Bon Pongsuwan,  Emily Cotterill, or Emily Wagoner.  We also have 2017 books at $30 and older yearbooks available for reduced prices (contact Mr. . . . read more



City Clean-up Day

The Natoma High School, Junior High, and Elementary students made the city look great to celebrate Earth Day. Students and faculty picked up trash, trimmed and removed branches, cleaned and painted city buildings, collected old . . . read more

In the Spirit of Christmas

In the Spirit of Christmas, the annual Angel Tree project brought the "reason for the season" to life in Natoma.  The annual event is organized by the "Tis the Season" committee, Bonnie Rubottom, and the Natoma . . . read more


A new mascot costume will be given to Natoma High School because of the Mascot Mania contest sponsored by KAKE-TV and Wichita State.  A big thank you to all who took the time to vote each and every day during the last two-plus months. . . . read more


Everyone's continued voting is needed for the mascot giveaway.  We are in a tight battle for first place.  Please continue to vote until Friday, November 4.  Thank you for your time in doing this worthwhile project. read more

A Heroic Homecoming

Homecoming 2016 was a big success from preschool students to faculty participating in the spirit days throughout the week. Monday-mismatch day, Tuesday-twin day, Wedensday-western day, Thrusday- terrible/terriffic day . . . read more

Homecoming Spirit Week

To see the spirit of the day click on the picture. read more


To vote click on the link:   http://kake.secondstreetapp.com/l/Mascot-Mania-2016/Ballot/CentralGreatBendHaysRusselletc THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FAITHFUL SUPPORTERS, OUR SCHOOL HAS WON THE FIRST ROUND OF THE MASCOT MANIA . . . read more

Students and Staff Clean Up the City

On Wednesday, May 4th the Natoma Junior High and High School students and staff worked the entire day cleaning up the city.  Other community members  were also on hand to help with the project co-sponsored by Natoma HS Student . . . read more

Students and Staff Clean Up the City (cont'd)

More pictures from May 4th clean up day. read more

Kansas Investments Developing Scholars Grant

For information click on KIDS. read more

English Department Receives RCACF Grant

Our school, through the graciousness of the Russell County Area Community Foundation, has purchased "Collections," a new language arts through Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishers.  RCACF provided a grant to fund half of . . . read more

Seniors Awarded Scholarships

  Natoma High School 2015 Scholarship Listing   Nichole Ann Carrieri – Dane Hansen scholarship, Gail Sarver Memorial Scholarship, McFadden Memorial Scholarship, and Southwind Bank Captains Club . . . read more


Do you want to relive the past?  If so, the Journalism class is selling excess yearbooks from past years.  We have books mostly from the 1980s to the present but have some books from years previous to that.  If you are . . . read more

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