2016-2017 Online Enrollment
Remington USD 206 will be using online enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year. You will be able to complete the 16-17 registration process anywhere you have an Internet connection. Payment can be made online or with cash or check in person/by mail. If you do not have access to the Internet or need assistance, we will have computers available for you to use during registration hours. All grades will register at
Remington High School August 8 and 9, 2016 9:00-11:00 am and 1:00-3:30 pm
Please note that all in person registration will take place at Remington High School, regardless of which school your child attends, to facilitate the online enrollment process.
First Day of School
August 18, 2016
Remington Bronco Track and Field State Qualifiers
Congratulations to Joey Laham for qualifying for the state track meet in both the discus and the shot put!
Congratulations to Garet Johnson for qualifying for the state track meet in the shot put!
Joey throws the discus on Friday at 6:30 pm, and both Joey and Garet throw the shot put on Saturday at 11:30 am.
State track site location is Wichita State University
Click here for all state track meet results
Remington Bronco Baseball go to State
Boys Class 3A State Baseball Championships May 26-27, 2016 in Manhattan, KS at KSU Tointon Family Stadium
Broncos play Thursday, May 26 at 3:30 pm
KSHSAA 3A State Bracket
Click here to watch the baseball video
Click here to watch the ceremony
This is Remington!
Click here to watch the softball video
Every Vote Counts!
While primary elections have a history of low turnout compared to the general election, many races are determined in August at the primary election.
Did you know:
- Only 25% of Voters turned out in the 2014 Primary in Butler County
- An estimated 80% of Kansas elected officials are elected in the primary, although November elections get the majority of attention.
- District 99 State House of Representatives was decided by only 147 votes in the last August primary
Are you registered? Click here to find out!
Many don't have the ability to vote because-
- They are not registered and don't know where to start
- Their address or name may have changed and was never updated.
There are many reasons why citizens don't vote:
- August through November is a very busy time
- Many do not understand the importance of the August primary
- Voters do not realize that they can apply early for Advance Ballots for both the primary and general election.
It's never too early!
We've made it easy for you to get registered, apply for advanced ballots and know when to vote!
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