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Tom Flax

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Ness City Schools

HQ Phone:  (785) 798-3991

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Ness City Schools

414 E Chestnut Street

Ness City, Kansas,67560

United States

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Prinicpal

FaIrfield High School


Teacher

Satanta High School


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Tom Flax, Prin.
Class 2A Representative Ness City High School 200 N. 5th Ness City, KS 67560 PHONE: (785) 798-3991 FAX: (785) 798-3064


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Tom Flax, principal of Ness City High School, admitted there was a teenage drinking problem, but it was the same problem he experienced 23 years ago when he was a teen growing up in Ness County.
Despite the deaths of two of his students who were the best of friends, he still wonders how anyone can measure whether the student body is getting the message. Flax said.


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"This is going to be huge for both communities," Tom Flax, principal of the seventh through 12th grades at Ness City, said midway through Friday's game."We went winless in football last year at 0-9 and started out 0-2 this year. ...But if we could somehow pull this off, it would be huge for the school.It would give us a little bit of pride again." Flax is no stranger to small towns.He graduated from Ransom in 1988 and spent time in schools at Satanta and Fairfield before taking his current position at Ness City. "I just think that the pride of the town goes synonymous with the school," Flax said.


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"This is going to be huge for both communities," Tom Flax, principal of the seventh through 12th grades at Ness City, said midway through Friday's game."We went winless in football last year at 0-9 and started out 0-2 this year. ...But if we could somehow pull this off, it would be huge for the school.It would give us a little bit of pride again." Flax is no stranger to small towns.He graduated from Ransom in 1988 and spent time in schools at Satanta and Fairfield before taking his current position at Ness City. "I just think that the pride of the town goes synonymous with the school," Flax said.


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