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Our fourth district-wide poetry slam is coming up here at Schlagle on Tuesday, December 16 from 3:00-5:00pm in the auditorium.

For students who would like to compete, open auditions will be held December 8th, 9th and 11th after school in room 323. Four-six poets will be chosen to represent Schlagle. Poems must be in written form, cannot contain foul language and may be no longer than three minutes when performed.

Students chosen must commit to a mandatory meeting on Friday, December 12 and dress rehearsal Monday, December 15.

Online Economics & American Government Courses 2nd Semester

Online Interest Form due Dec. 1, 2014

If you are interested either in the Online Economics or American Government, fill out the online interest form at:

http://tinyurl.com/onlineCIF

Character Trait for November

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Peaceful: Free from disturbance, violence or aggression. Tranquil.
 

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Students of the Month - October

Freshmen

Jared Morgan

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Jared plans to go to University of Missouri to major in Sports Management.  He likes basketball & football.  His favorite teacher is coach Western.  His parents motivates him to be the best that he can be.

Amya Lynch

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Amya plans to major in Cosmetology.  She likes dancing and her favorite teacher is coach Western.  Her parents are her inspiration.

 

Sophomores

Andrew Xiong

Andrew plans to go to the University of Georgia to major in Graphic Design or Computer Engineering.  He likes art and computer design.  His favorite teachers are Mr. Buck, Mr. Brownback, Mr. Bowen and Mr. Williams.  He gets his inspiration from artists like Eminem, Frank Sinatra and entrepreneurs like Bill Gates.

Vivian Young

Vivian plans to attend the Alvin Ailey School or Julliard School and major in Performing Arts.  She likes dancing and playing the piano.  Her favorite teachers are Ms. Slocum (Algebra 3) and Mr. Brownback (World History).  Her mother supports her in everything she does.

Juniors

Pyu Pyu Pway

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Pyu plans to go to KU to be an engineer.  She like drawing and his favorite teacher is Mr. Mancini.  Her teachers and parents motivate her to always be at her best.

Ricardo Flores

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Ricardo plans to go to UMKC to become a doctor.  He likes playing video games during his free time. His favorite teacher is Mr. Fox and his favorite class is ceramics.  His father always remind him not to give up and always strive to be the best.

 

Seniors

Adrian Davis

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Adrian plans to go to KU to become an electrical engineer.  He likes Science and anything that has to do with Engineering which is his favorite class.  His father is the major influence in his life.

Nayaline Coronilla

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Nayaline has several options for college which includes KU, UMKC, K-State and JCCC.  She plans to major in Electrical Engineering.   She likes soccer, drawing and robotics.  His favorite teacher is Mr. Turner.  Her parents influence her to be the best that she can be.

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Schlagle Idol Season 2

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December 12, 1:10 pm

Auditorium

 

Army Visits Schlagle

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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Marching Stallions Perform in the Missouri Classic

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!

Freshmen: Sign up for Committees Here!

At our Freshman Class meeting last week, Freshman Board Members urged all freshmen to sign up for committees. Here's the link!

Scholars Bowl and Math Relays!

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Congratulations to participants in the 5th Annual Prep-KC Regional Math Relays! First place winner for Algebra was Linli Shi
Schlagle also took third and fourth in the ACT Relay. Good work to: Xiong, Her, Vang, Roger, Henderson, Her, Le and HIlei.

Varsity Scholars' Bowl team placed 3rd at the KC-Atchison League.  Top Scorers for the night were Linda Xiong & T.J. Hanscum.  Congrats to the entire team who worked hard to be there:
Crystal Caudle, Priscilla Medley, Shalina Andrews, T.J. Hanscum, and Linda Xiong. 

Congratulations Poetry Club!

Poetry Club took first place in the most recent district poetry slam, held at Schlagle on Saturday along with Battle of the Books. Congrats to Shalique, Shalina, Jachai, Katrina, Marlowe and Madison!

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.

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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.

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

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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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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.

2015 Schlagle Bowling:  The Schlagle 2015 Bowling tryouts will be held Dec. 1st, Dec 2nd and Dec. 4th immediately after school till 5:15.  Any student wishing to tryout must have their current physical and concussion forms turned in and all grades must be 60% or above.  If there are any questions please see Coach Torrez in Room 222.

To all juniors who are in good academic standing, who wish to free up their schedule, you have the opportunity to take the Online Economics or American Government course next semester, so register online through the link posted in the school website.  The deadline is on Dec. 1st.