The 2020-21 school year in Holton began on Monday with students taking precautions to halt the possible spread of COVID-19 before entering the Holton Elementary School building. Here, students Parker Harris (left), Michael Anderson (second from left), Michelle George (second from right) and another student entering the building stopped to apply some hand sanitizer. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The 2020-21 school year in Holton began on Monday with students taking precautions to halt the possible spread of COVID-19 before entering the Holton Elementary School building.
Photo galleries from the Royal Valley, Holton and Jackson Heights graduation can be found http://www.holtonrecorder.net/image-galleries
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field.
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation.
The 2020-21 school year in Holton began on Monday with students taking precautions to halt the possible spread of COVID-19 before entering the Holton Elementary School building. Here, students Parker Harris (left), Michael Anderson (second from left), Michelle George (second from right) and another student entering the building stopped to apply some hand sanitizer. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The Royal Valley Lady Panthers won the Humboldt volleyball tournament recently. This was a new tournament for the Panthers to compete in since they were unable to participate in the Marysville tournament earlier this season because the team was in quarantine due to COVID-19. During the Humboldt...
The Holton Wildcats, Royal Valley Panthers and ACCHS Tigeers cross country teams traveled to Hiawatha on Thursday Sept. 17. Varsity Girls Team Scores - 1. Sabetha 52 points, 2. Doniphan West 71 points, 3. Hiawatha 91 points, 4. Holton 93 points, 5. Falls City 96 points, 6. Royal Valley 109-points...
The Holton Wildcats cross country team traveled to Manhattan for their first meet of the season on Saturday, Sept. 5 along side a heap of 5A and 6A schools. The Holton boys finished in seventh place as a team with 205 points and the girls finished in fifth place as a team with 138 points. Each race...
Jackson Heights High School’s varsity football team started the season with a 41-6 home win over visiting Atchison County Community High School, giving Co­bra Head Coach Caleb Wick and his team a boost of confi­dence going into homecoming activi­ties later this week. “I thought it was a good...

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The Royal Valley Lady Panthers won the Humboldt volleyball tournament recently. This was a new tournament for the Panthers to compete in since they were unable to participate in the Marysville...

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