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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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Students of the Month - February & March

FEBRUARY

Freshmen

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Robert Suttington

Robert plans to study at the University of Oregon or University of Alabama and major in Theatre.  He likes sports a lot.  He enjoys Mrs. McClaine's class because she pushes her students to do their best.

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Michelle Armitage

Michelle plans to go to K-State and major in Science and Technology.  She likes outdoors and running.  Her favorite teachers are Mr. Buck, Mr. Turner, Mrs. Carver and Mrs. Mays.  Her parents motivate her to be at her best at all times.

Sophomores

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Matthew Moua

Matthew likes to draw and wrestle.  His parents motivate him to be at his best.  He plans to major in Graphic Design or Photography at the University of Colorado.

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Jaquelin Jimenez

Juniors

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Tyrone Hooks

Tyrone believes that anything is possible when you put your mind to it. He plans to go to KU, K-State or Mizzou.  He intends to major in Music Production or Computer Engineering with a minor in Accounting.  He is a tri-athlete and a musician.  His favorite teacher is Mr. May and Ms. DeGarmo. 

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Floynisha Freeman

Senior

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John Hanscum

His inspirations are his friends and parents.  They just keeps him going.  He likes Mr. Bowen's class.  John plans to go to Central Missouri State and major in Illustration.  He also likes to sing, draw and play Minecraft.

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Lyric Turner

Lyric is the president of the SHS band. She likes playing Soccer and lends her time to Link Crew, Senior Board and StuCo.  She plans to study at Tennesse State University and major in Business Management with a minor in Music Administration.  She enjoy's Mrs. Franco's Trigonometry class.  Mr. May and her mom are her inspiration in life.

 

MARCH

Freshman

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Steve Sanchez

Steve plans to go to the University of Oregon or K-State and major in Architecture or Engineering.  He likes foodball, basketball, working out and spend time with his family.  His favorite class is Coach Western's PE class. His dad is his inspiration and his mom is his motivation.

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Gabriel Estrada

Gabriel plans to go to Harvard University and major in Graphic Design.  He likes art primarily drawing.  His favorite teacher is Mrs. Prater.  His parents motivates him to be at his best at all times.

Sophomores

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George Singleton

George plans to attend Jackson State University and major in either Music or Physical Training. He likes basketball and performing with the SHS band.  He likes his advance band class a lot.  His coaches and band director are his motivators.

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Allysa Long

Allysa plans to attend the University of Kansas or UMKC.  She plans to major in Nursing or Pharmacy.  She enjoys playing softball, basketball or volleyball.  Her favorite class is Health Science and his favorite teacher is Mr. Williams.  Allysa's mom motivates her to do better.

Juniors

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Kathie Vang

Kathie enjoys jogging, music, exploring and learning.  Her favorite class is Mr. Fox's American History. She plans to attend K-State and become an athletic trainer.   Her father influences her to work hard in everything she does.

 

Miguel Velasquez - Florez

Miguel plans to major in Engineering.  His favorite class is Chemistry.  His father is his role model and his inspiration. 

Senior

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Pweh Shee Wah Moo

Pweh plans to attend KCKCC to become a car mechanic.  He enjoys playing his guitar, drawing and playing soccer.  His favorite class is Mr. Brownback's World History.

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LaShai Scales

LaShai's parents and siblings are her inspiration.  They always remind her to be at her best.  She plans to attend KU and major in Computer Engineering.  She likes playing basketball and enjoys Coach Western's class. 

 

 

 

 

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Finals Week--Coming Soon to a Schlagle Near You

Finals Week--Coming Soon to a Schlagle Near You

Senior Schedule:

Monday, May 11--Seniors laptop check in
Tuesday, May 12--Graduation Practice at 1pm and 3pm
Wednesday, May 13--Finals in hours 2, 4, 6
Thursday, May 14--Finals in hours 5, 7 & Graduation Practice
Sunday, May 17--Baccalaureate at KC Community Church 3:00-5:00pm
Wednesday, May 20--Graduation at KCKCC 7:00pm

 

Freshman-Junior Schedule:

Thursday, May 14--Laptop turn in during 1, 3, 5, 7
Friday, May 15--All work turned in
and Laptop turn in during 2, 4, 6, FA
Monday, May 18--FA, 2 (FINAL), 4 (FINAL), 6
Tuesday, May 19--FA, 1 (FINAL), 3 (FINAL), 5, 7
Wednesday, May 20--FA, 2, 4, 6 (FINAL)
Thursday, May 21--1, 3, 5 (FINAL), 7 (FINAL)

2015 Job Olympics

On April 2, 2015, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Farthing and Mr. Matthews took their classes to the 15th Annual Job Olympics at Bonner Springs High School. the students compete in various events that help prepare them for life after high school. The following students medaled:

Kath Beth Elevier Owens: 1st in Condiment Station, 1st in Sorting Color, 2nd in Name Stamping and Hardest Worker

Travis Plamer: 3rd in Wiping Tables

Bailey Moore: 1st in Mail Sorting, 3rd in Wheelchair Mobility

Mabel Contreras: 2nd in Pizza Box Assembly, Hardest Worker

Caleb Schlegle: Hardest Worker

Zenon Ruiz: 2nd in Basic Carpentry, 2nd in Potting Plants, 3rd in T-Shirt Folding

Dallas McClain: 1st in Pizza Box Assembly

Aldo Meara: 1st in Pizza Box Assembly

Caleb Moua: 2nd in T-shirt Folding

Josh Stillwell: 2nd in T-shirt Folding

Sam Stillwell: 1st in T-shirt Folding, 3rd in Mail Sorting

Schlagle's Reality University in the News

Schlagle's Reality University in the News

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Schlagle's Prom is coming up May 2.

If you'd like to invite a guest,

use the form in our locker
(bottom left of this page)

Form must be turned in by April 24 to Jean Carter
 

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Congratulations Stallion Mathletes!

Kudos to the 86 Stallions who competed in the KCKPS Math Relays Competition on Saturday, March 7th.
 
Schlagle boasted the highest attendance of any high school in the district and brought home a total of 45 medals, earning Schlagle "Gold" status
 
Schlagle's medalists included: Sofia Torres, Logan Whisenant, Jorge Castorena Santos, Gabriel Palacio, Devona Sanders, Ray'Monik Brown, Nancy Vang, Jonathon Manion, Edgar Calderon, Andrew Heckey, Nicholas Singleton,
Tony Her, Keturah Weaver, Nayeline Coronilla, Juan Ramos, Edgar Calderon, Andres Enriquez, Linli Shi, Kenneth Gay, Daneil Lee, Mercedes Platt, Alecia Florez, Amya Lynch, Samantha Torres-Limas, Sierra Scott, Anthony Chacon, Davarious Head, Amya Lewis, Jacquelin Jimenez, Makayla Peoples, Tre'Shawn Williams, Daniel Rogers, Jaine Vang, Amber Valencia, Keenan Adams, Emily Her, Marcellius Hunter, Taylor Moody, Alize' Larabee, Lily Andrews

Black History Celebration and Student Exchange

FCKC Soccer Tickets Available

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The Girls' and Boys' Soccer Teams

will be selling tickets as a fundraiser

to the FCKC professional women's soccer team's home opener

on Sunday, April 12 at 3 pm at Sporting Park.

This opportunity is open to anyone including family and friends.
You can purchase tickets from the treasurer for $10 through April 6.

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Congratulations to YOU Seniors!

Seniors,

bring your college admission letters and

scholarship award letters to Ms. Neal

in the counseling office so we can share your

Stallion Pride!

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Harvesters Help

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Need Harvesters?  Sign up on the link.  Schlagle distribution is every third Tuesday.
CLICK HERE to find out more!

Black History Celebration Door Decoration

Kansas Honors Scholars

Congratulations to the following students for being  recognized as Kansas Honors Scholars by the University of Kansas Alumni Association. They are ranked in the top ten percent of the class of 2015:

Jacob Armstrong
Jasmin Bell
Ray'Monik Brown
Nayeline Coronilla-Guerrero
Jazminn Glavin
Tia Henderson
Jordan Her
Tavia Holt
Jonothon Manion
Imani Newman
Kayleen Perkins
Mercedes Platt
Janie Vang
Evelin Villigrana
William Wallace
Johnny Xiong
Linda Xiong

Stallions Baseball

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Play baseball! 
Practice 3:00 to 5:00 M-F.  
Meet @ baseball
equipment room 
Be dressed out--no jeans.
Bus leaves promptly at 3:00.

Stallions Soccer

Freshmen Quiz

Tutoring Available

Do you need a little help with math, or time to work on your English essay? Are you confused about the difference between momentum and motion? Find the help you need after school with tutoring. Click here to see the full schedule.

Students, What does your future hold?

Let's find the pathway that's right for you!

Pathway Survey

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.

Notes

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Posted by: Mr. D. DeRosa
Published: 8/14/14

Summer Science Packets
If you are missing your summer science packet, you can download a copy here!

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Posted by: Sarah Evans
Published: 8/11/14

Student Board Representative Applications
Are you interested in serving on your grade level representative board?  Get an application today & turn it in by Friday, August 15th.  

 

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News

"Count On Me" Young Men's Motivational Conference
The Missouri Association for College Admission Counseling will be hosting it's second annual "Count on Me" young men's conference on college access and personal success. It is a FREE one-day conference which aims to provide young... Continue
Posted by: Diamond Howell
Published: 3/5/15

Community Service Opportunity - YOUR Help is Requested
Pastor Rowan of First Baptist Church located at 500 Nebraska Ave, KCK 66101 has offered an opportunity to ALL students and anyone willing to help. 

This church is a Harvesters site every 2nd Saturday of each month and they need more b... Continue
Posted by: Diamond Howell
Published: 2/23/15

FREE TAX Preparation - Metropolitan Kansas City
Next Step KC Free Tax Preparation

Next Step KC operates several IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax preparation sites in the Kansas City area.  VITA offers free tax help to hard-working taxpayers with incomes of $53,00... Continue
Posted by: Diamond Howell
Published: 2/18/15

Announcements

CHAMBERS REHEARSAL: Will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30PM in room 109. 

Tardies:  Any student late from lunch will receive an automatic after school detention.  Detentions will be served in rooms 321 & 322 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Student ID Badges:  Students you need to have your ID badges visible when you go through the lunch lines.
Pep Club:  Support your fellow Stallions - Join the Pep Club!  We meet from 2:30 - 3:15 Tuesday afternoons in Ms. Brown's room. We'll make posters, plan game themes and come up with fun ways to support the Stallions! If you're interested, please see Ms. Wilcoxon or Ms. Brown.

Conditioning:  Attention Athletes, Coach Williams will be in the weight room (located next to the field house) for conditioning for any athlete (football, baseball, soccer, track, volleyball and basketball) interested in conditioning on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays right after school(2:30PM-4:30PM.  All football players that are not participating in Winter Sports need to report to the weight room.      

Online Economics:  All Students who are taking the online economics class should check their email and their online class on a regular basis.  All assignments are due every Monday at 5:00PM

Get your yearbook today the cost is,$45 pay the treasurer or see a member of the yearbook staff.