Agriculture Teacher – Buhler

Buhler USD 313 has an opening for a Vocational Agriculture Teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.  Must have Kansas licensure with appropriate Agriculture or Vocational Agriculture endorsement.  

Applications must be submitted from our website at

Contact Tammy Heidel at or call 620-543-5615 with questions about the application process.

Benefits Information

District Health Insurance benefits available

Employer Information

Buhler USD 313 serves approximately 2,300 students in grades K-12 in five attendance centers. Three kindergarten through fifth grade elementary schools include Buhler Grade School, Plum Creek Elementary, and Union Valley Elementary.  All students in grades six through eight attend Prairie Hills Middle School, with Buhler High School housing grades nine through twelve.  The Burkholder Administrative Center is located in Buhler. The school district employs 352 people; 173 certified teachers and administrators and 179 classified employees, including clerical, food service, transportation, custodial and maintenance.

The greater school community of Buhler USD 313 includes the city of Buhler, a portion of suburban Hutchinson, residential tracts and rural farms. Located in the northeast part of Reno County and western Harvey County in south-central Kansas, Buhler USD 313 encompasses 137.7 square miles, and has a total population exceeding 15,000.

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406 W. 7th
Buhler, KS 67522

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Tammy Heidel

Extension Agent – Central Kansas District

Lisa Newman will begin serving as the Central Kansas District Family and Community Wellness Extension Agent, effective Jan 9 Central Kansas District has offices in Minneapolis and Salina, Kansas.  Newman’s primary office is in Minneapolis. 

Newman earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Family Studies and Human Services from Kansas State University.  She has most recently been employed as the director of regional affiliates for the Greater Salina Community Foundation in Salina, KS. 

Family and Community Wellness agents develop and deliver educational programs to build healthy, sustainable communities, families, and individuals. Programming may include, but is not limited to, strengthening families and individuals; building community capacity; family and community health and wellness; and local volunteer development. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension Central Kansas District is available online at  Contact Lisa Newman via email at:  

(Updated 1-5-23)