Bullpup Speed, Power, Strength Summer Schedule 2020

The McPherson Bullpup Speed, Power & Strength (SPS) program is open to all athletes in the McPherson School District in grades 7-12. Our SPS program goals are to improve speed, power, and strength and reduce injury risk of ALL types of athletes (see SPS training principles). HS & MS students have the opportunity to continue their training throughout the school year by enrolling in one of the SPS courses that are offered through the PE department. All training sessions will take place at McPherson High School using the weight room, wrestling room, gyms and outdoor facilities. SPS Summer Schedule Monday/Wednesday/Thursday

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MHS Summer Activity Plan

  This plan, and any adjustments, would adhere to Governor Kelly’s phased plan to reopen Kansas that was released on April 30th, any additional McPherson County Health Department guidelines, and the KSHSAA 2020 Summer Guidelines that were approved on May 1st. General Sanitation Guidelines 1. All participants and staff enter/exit through same location(s) each day. 2. All participants and staff will have their temperature taken prior to activity, anyone with temperature of 100.4+, or known illness, will be excluded pending clearance from a medical professional. 3. All participants and staff will apply hand sanitizer prior to, and following activity. 4.

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Daily 911 for 5/13/20

Police personnel responded to East Avenue B for a report of past harassment/stalking/threat at 11:08 am. Police personnel responded to East Sutherland for an urgent welfare check at 12:08 pm. Sherrif’s Office personnel responded to 17th Avenue for a report of a past theft/attempted theft at 1:05 pm. EMS personnel responded to North Main Street for a report of breathing problems at 2:07 pm. Police personnel responded to East Avenue D and South Ash Street for a report of domestic disturbance/violence at 2:51 pm. Police personnel responded to North Walnut Street for a report of past theft/attempted theft at 4:00

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United Way Receives Covid-19 Relief Grant for McPherson Residents

McPherson, KS – The Kansas Health Foundation has announced a $25,000 grant to United Way of McPherson County’s Community Response and Recovery Fund. The Kansas Health Foundation, a philanthropy dedicated to improving the health of all Kansans, provided Impact and Capacity Grants to nonprofits across the state for COVID-19 response and recovery.  The grant will be used by United Way to help residents of McPherson County who have been adversely affected economically by the pandemic. United Way Board of Directors Chair Chad Hitt expressed gratitude to the Kansas Health Foundation for the $25,000 grant. “These funds, combined with the generous

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