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Mission statement:  Defying gravity by developing students’ literacy skills to compete in a global society.
Vision:  Striving to be the top performing high school in the district.
Motto:  Literacy…it’s what we do.

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Socratic Suggestions

Have you read, seen or heard something you think Schlagle should discuss as a school? Click here to link the Literacy Team to your suggestions.

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Dear Families,


We are thankful!


As we prepare to take a short break from school for Thanksgiving, we want to express our gratitude for everyone who makes it possible for as many students as possible to come to school every day, on time, ready to learn.


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JAG Grant Video

Click below to watch the video of the JAG Grant presentation. 



JAG grant

F. L. Schlagle JAG program receives a grant for $19,500. 

Bond Project Information





*The circle on the left stands for percentage of building capacity currently being utilized; the middle one, for square footage; and the one on the right, for maintenance needs, on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being poor condition facilities maintenance needed and 5 being “It’s perfect!” The green-to-red bar at the bottom is age (Schlagle is 43 years old…)

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Upcoming Dates: (1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month)


November 1st & 15th 

December 6th (only due to winter break) 

January 17th (due to winter break) 

February 7th & 21st 

March 7th & 21st 

April 4th & 18th

May 2nd & 16th 

June (TBA)


If anyone would like to register to received FREE food, please Stop by the office.

Important Message from Dr. Lane

Please read this important message from Dr. Lane.


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Gold Cards

Class of 2017

Senior Stallions Discount Cards

ONLY for Seniors!


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Harvesters Help

Need Harvesters?  Sign up on the link.  Schlagle distribution is the first and third Tuesday of every month.
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Choir Fundrasier

Choir Fundraiser


Get your trash bags now. Contact any choir member to order yours today. I have mine and they are awesome.


$10.00 per roll, Blue 55gal, Yellow/Pink 39gal, White 15gal.


More than enough on each roll to last you a while. This is a great bargain and the money goes to help enhance your school and create new opportunities for the students.

Get Yours Today!


After School Program

2:30-4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

12:30-3:00 Wednesday

Rooms 235, 236, 238


Come for the:

Internet Access

Quiet Study

Individual Tutoring

Credit Recovery (e2020)

Organization Help

Study Skills

Small Group Conversation

Individual Mentoring


See Counselors for more info

Digital Stallions

Check out the latest videos from F.L. Schlagle on our YouTube Channel.
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Get Help Here!

If you are feeling sad, depressed or hopeless, help is just a click away. This website, developed by Schlagle students Veronica Gamboa and Jasmine Bell, offers helpful facts and phone numbers for students who need help and hope.

Bullying Report Form

Help put an end to bullying.

Please click HERE to report incidents of bullying.  

You do not have to be a victim to do the right thing.



Schlagle School Supply List


1 – Pack of #2 pencils

1 – Pack of college ruled, loose leaf paper

2 – Packs of multicolor ink pens (black, blue, green, and red)

1 – Pack of 100 notecards

1 - Pack of highlighters

1 – Ream of printer paper

1 – Flash drive (4g recommended)

1 – Graphing calculator (TI-84 plus or better recommended; at the very 

      least a scientific calculator is suggested)

2 – Composition notebooks

3 – Spiral notebooks, college ruled

1 – Box of Kleenex

2 – Pocket folders

1 – Pack of AAA batteries

1 – Pack of dry erase markers

1 – Bottle of hand sanitizer

1 – Pack of graph paper (either loose or composition notebook style is acceptable)

1 – Backpack with laptop protection compartment

                 1 – School issued laptop (must pay district required laptop fee and sign acceptable use policy)


                                This list is a general list.  Specific content   

teachers may request other                      Items.                                         




Bank of America is looking for students interested in giving back to their community.  They are providing an amazing opportunity for students to do an 8-week paid internship program at a non-profit & participate in a leadership summit in Washington DC (at no cost to the student).

To be eligible, students must:

  • Currently be a junior or senior in high school
  • Be able to participate in an 8-week paid internship at a local nonprofit organization and work 35 hours a week
  • Be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship through the end of September 2017
  • Be able to participate in a week-long Student Leders Summitin Washington, DC (July 9 - July 14, 2017) (All expenses paid. This week will be part of your 8-week experience.)
  • Be a student in good standing at your school
  • Obtain a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator.

To get more information, you can go to the link below.


The Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Kansas City Black Achievers Society are sponsoring the annual Youth Leadership Development Workshop in recognition of the Martin Luther King Day Celebration. The workshop will be held at the Kauffman Conference Center, 4801 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO on Friday, January 13, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. This year's theme is "Remembering, Reflecting, Renewing Our Commitment to Justice & Equality Now!". 


The workshop includes the following:

- A free continental breakfast and free buffet lunch

- Interactive Insight sessions

- Keynote address


The objective of this workshop is to remind participating students of Dr. King's dream that says all people, regardless of color, can work together with a common goal in mind.


Interested students MUST complete and return the attached registration form by December 9, 2016.


Participants will be notified the first week of January 2017.


Don't delay; apply today!!! Applications are available NOW on the Scholarship Board outside of the College & Career Center.


The Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Awards Program is designed to provide educational scholarships and awards to deserving youths who are role models for social change.


The criteria for selecting recipients of this award is as follows:


1. Must be a Senior graduating in the Class of 2017;


2. Must be average to above average automatically;


3. Must be a role model for social change;


4. Must come from a school district that recognizes the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday by releasing all students to attend the holiday celebration activity. (Any student wanting a waiver of this requirement will be considered by the Committee for such upon request);


5. Must pursue a post high school educational program; (i.e., community college, vocational school, technical school, or university); and 


6. Must include social security number on the application and must sign the application (This will be treated with utmost confidentiality, but is required for audit purposes if scholarship is awarded.)


Applications can be obtained on the Scholarship Wall outside of the College & Career Center. Application forms are to be returned by the applicant to the counselor or mailed with a postmark date no later than Tuesday, December 20, 2016 to the following address:


Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Committee

c/o Rosalyn K. Brown, Chairperson

8423 Isabel St

Kansas City, KS 66112


If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Rosalyn K. Brown, Scholarship Chairperson, at (913) 481-6920 or email at brownrosalyn1@gmail.com.