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Cheylin USD 103

Food Service Program Extension

USD 103, Cheylin Schools, is pleased to announce that the Summer Food Service Program has been renewed beginning January 4, 2021 and will run through May 13, 2021 or until federal money is no longer available.  All breakfast and lunches will be free for school age kids, and students will be enrolled automatically in the program and counted in the daily classroom counts.  Money that has been deposited in student meal . . .

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Cheylin Boys Win Sagebrush Shootout Tournament

The Cheylin Cougar boys basketball team came into the Sagebrush Shootout Tournament as the number five seed out of eight teams. They defeated the number four seed, Triplains/Brewster, by a score of 62-31 which put the Cougars into the semi-finals. The Cougars then had to face the number one seed, Wichita County. The semi-final game went to double overtime, where the Cougars came out on top with score of 68-66. The championship game was . . .

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Cheylin Modified Quarantine Procedures

Click  here  to view Cheylin Public Schools Modified Quarantine Procedures. 

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Cougars Bring Home First State Championship in School History

Cheylin captured the fifth annual 6-Man Wild West Bowl Championship with a 46-0 victory over Moscow on Saturday in Dodge City. The Cougars completed a perfect 9-0 season with a dominating performance in the title game. With the Moscow defense keyed in on 6-Man offensive player of the year Colton McCarty, it was freshman quarterback Logan McCarty, Colton’s brother, that came up huge. Logan completed 21 of 26 passes for 320 yards . . .

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USD 103 Re-Opening Plan for Parents

Message from the USD 103 Superintendent to Staff, Students, and Parents: Dear USD 103 Cheylin Family, My name is Dr. Brian Pekarek, and I am the new School Superintendent for Cheylin USD 103.  I am pleased to share with you the 11-page plan (link below) that our teachers, board, and administration have worked on during July and August in order to keep our students, staff, and community safe as we start school for the fall . . .

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