Introducing Michael D. Stegman My name is Mike Stegman. I grew up in western Kansas in Sharon Springs as
the child of an educator. Following my K-12 education, I went to Fort Hays
State University, where I earned an industrial arts degree and started my
education career in Burr Oak, Kansas at White Rock High School teaching
primarily woodworking and coaching various sports. During my first six years
of teaching, I was a head coach various times in eight-man football, boys
basketball, boys and girls track and cross country. During my last two years
at White Rock, I was promoted to K-5 and 9-12 principal/athletic director,
which was the start of my administrative career. Following White Rock, I
migrated to Stockton High School as 9-12 principal/athletic director. From
there, I went to Satanta, Kansas as 7-12 principal/athletic director. After
four years as a principal, I was promoted to Superintendent of Schools.
After two years, I moved to Washington, Kansas, where I have spent the
past 16 years as Superintendent of Schools.
Twenty-six of my 32 years in public education have been in administration
in rural Kansas schools. During my tenure at Washington, we went through a
consolidation process with the neighboring school. We are now in our tenth
year of one of the most successful consolidation processes that have occurred
in any rural Kansas school.
My family consists of my wife, Marcie, and our three children, who were all
born in Liberal, Kansas. One reason we migrated to the north central part of
the state was to be closer to extended family so they could be part of the
formative years of our children’s lives. Now that our children are older, it
gives us an opportunity to explore other career opportunities. Megan is a
junior at Washburn University. Heidi is a freshman Washburn University.
Joe is a junior at Washington County High School.
We are very excited to move to a very progressive town with an excellent
school system. Most of all, I am very excited to work within the school
system and be part of the leadership team that will continue to pursue
excellence for all students that attend the Cimarron/Ensign school system.
It is a New Day in Kansas Education
With the input of more than 2,000 Kansans, the Kansas State Board of Education has set a new Vision for Kansas education where “Kansas leads the world in the success of each student.” Visit the Kansans CAN website.
This is a fund-raising project for CES.
Service Project for Math Students
Students of Jocelyn Serna are collecting pop tabs from
beverage cans and old keys to raise funds for Ronald
McDonald House Charities. Bring your donations to the
Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Cimarron-Ensign U.S.D. #102 School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs and activities. If you have questions or wish to lodge a complaint regarding the above, please contact U.S.D. #102 (TItle IX Coordinatory) at 620 855-7743.
The State of Kansas requires that each school establish a district-wide policy on the topic of 'Bullying.' The Cimarron School District #102 has established a policy concerning 'bullying' and it is available, upon request, from the building principal. At the time of enrollment, all parents will be given information concerning the District Bullying Policy.
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A web site has been created by several individuals (not associated with U.S.D. 102) to ". . . handle
all reunion information and allow classmates to find each other and communicate." Check it out at http://cimarronks.alumniclass.com.