Wondering about how to get your organization's information to our students/parents?
- USD 383 has created this community events page where we will list opportunities available for kids and families in the Manhattan and Ogden area. Events must be directly related to Kindergarten - grade 12 students and families.
On Wednesdays of each week, we will send an email out to all email addresses we have on file through our website e-notification system with a link to that page so parents can view the opportunities. We will only send this email out one time a week. We will run the announcement for two weeks before removing it unless the announcement is about a specific event.
Please email a link to your organization's website and information and we will create the link from your information to our website. If the information is not available through a link electronically, email a copy of the flyer/poster in PDF format to Michele Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Tess Riecke at email@example.com by Tuesdays at 5pm. Once approved, it will be added to the list of opportunities. We will either link to the flyer/poster you provide or link to a website that you provide.
- We no longer accept paper flyers/posters for events for distribution through our schools. Please do not bring paper flyers/posters to our schools. If flyers are brought to the school, they will be recycled.
- No emails will be sent during the weeks of November 19, December 17, December 24, December 31, March 11. No emails will be sent out during the summer months. The first email for the 2018-2019 school year will be sent on August 22 and the final email for the school year will be sent on May 15th.
- Kansas Department of Health and Environment's regulation KAR 28-1-6 recommends that all students with a confirmed case of influenza stay home for seven days from the onset of symptoms. In addition to the recommended seven day guideline, USD 383 policy states that students may not return to school until fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication.
- Check out the activities for February 14-24 at the Manhattan Public Library.
- On Feb. 28 and March 1 at 7 p.m., come see the Anthony School Musical, "Kilroy was Here."
- Check out the opportunities and partnerships with various community organizations.
- Students and their families are invited to the 2019 Training Dates for FrogWatch. Volunteers in the FrogWatch program will collect data on the frogs and toads in the area and help with conservation efforts.
- Check out the spring activities and classes at the Manhattan Arts Center. Also be sure to check out the play "Our Town" from Feb. 22-24 and March 1-3.
- Check out the activities in the spring semester with Young Life.
- Head to Chick-Fil-A to support Manhattan Titans Baseball on Feb. 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Come to the Flint Hills Discovery Center on Feb. 23 for activities for kids ages 2-8.
- On Feb. 23 from 8-10 a.m., enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes for $5 at Longhorn Steakhouse. All proceeds go to the MHS Robotics Team.
Check out the awesome opportunities during this spring at the Beach!
- Friday, March 1 from 9-11 a.m. at Peace Lutheran Church.
- Students ages 14-17 have the opportunity to join the Manhattan Parks and Rec Counselor in Training program.