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Martin Straub

High School Principal

Hays High School

HQ Phone:  (785) 623-2600

Email: m***@***.com

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Hays High School

2300 E 13Th

Hays, Kansas,67601

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Hays High Principal

USD 489


Associate Principal

Derby High School


Affiliations

Kansas Association of Secondary School Principals

Board Member


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Contact

www.hayshighindians.com [cached]

Mr. Martin Straub (Middle) - Principal - mstraub@usd489.com


www.kassp.org

MARTY STRAUB - Assistant Principal - Hays High School


PREPAREDNESS - Page 3 - Safety Bells

safetybells.com [cached]

"This feature takes the guesswork out of who's walking into their school," said Hays High School Principal Martin Straub.


www.kassp.org

Marty Straub President Hays High School 785-623-2600 mstraub@hays489.k12.ks.us


hdnews.net

Hays High School Principal Marty Straub favored making a transition this year with students who qualify for a free lunch paying $50, and others $100.
Revenue on that would have been $7,500. When Waddell asked about the impact to the district's graduation rate, Straub said the district could see a reduction. Straub said he thinks it's OK to ask free-lunch students to pay something, but "$100 is too much.


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