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What: Donnelly College STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Camp
When: The following dates apply to this exploration.
The actual camp will be held on Monday, March 13th and Tuesday, March 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day.
The deadline for registration is Tuesday, February 28th.
Who: The STEM Camp is open to students in 7th-12th grades.
Where: You can register at the attached link or email Joe Multhauf at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why: You can $25 per day while doing experiments and exploring opportunities in STEM fields. Light breakfast and lunch are included daily.
Are you creative? Nutional Services for "'Dotte Meals Rocks" is looking for a design for their new mobile food truck!!!
Stop by the College & Career Center to obtain the template as a guide to draw, paint, or use computer graphics to make your design. Once your design is submitted, judges will choose the winner which will be debuted on their new truck this summer!
What: The Sumner High School Class of 1956 Book Scholarships
Who: Requirements are as follows:
Where: Please, mail completed applications to the address below:
Mrs. Laura Williams
3213 N 36th St
Kansas City, KS 66104
Applications are available on the Scholarship Board just outside of the College & Career Center.
Why: There will be two $400.00 Book Scholarships awarded this year to area high school graduates.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Virginia Kirkwood at (913) 287-4931.
Pick up laptops before 7:20AM for daily check-out
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.
A Walk Through Time
The Black Student Union invites you to join the Walk Through Time and honor the journey, the struggles, and the legacy of the our heroes. This is your history. This our history.
Permission slips DUE Thursday, February 23! PLEASE return yours ASAP!!!
Important Re-Enrollment Information!
Please click the link below to see an important message about re-enrollment for next school year 17-18.
HARVESTERS is Back!!!
Upcoming Dates: (1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month)
February 7th & 21st
March 7th & 21st
April 4th & 18th
May 2nd & 16th
June 6th & 20th
If anyone would like to register to received FREE food, please Stop by the office.
To ALL students that volunteer to work HARVESTERS each month, we need you!. If you have a job, please begin making arrangements with your employer, specifically for JANUARY 17th to work, please. We will need all hands on deck for January 17th. If you are scheduled to work any of the dates listed below start making arrangements early, maybe pick up a different date so your check isn’t short and come help out. REMEMBER TO ALWAYS DRESS APPROPRIATELY during the winter months!
JAG Grant Video
Click below to watch the video of the JAG Grant presentation.
Can't Catch These Stallions!
Important Message from Dr. Lane
Please read this important message from Dr. Lane.
Diploma Plus Programs
Are you looking for an opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills before you graduate? Do you want to see some ideas about how you can benefit from the program? Check out the links below for opportunities you can take advantage of.
Deadline: February 24th, 2017
Did you order pictures!
If you ordered Cap and Gown or School portraits of your student and you are waiting on them we are working on them now. This is a student project and we are working on the edits now. They should be done between Valentine's Day and Spring Break.
Remember to bring your receipt to Mr. Allen so he knows you ordered pictures.
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
Rooms 235, 236, 238
Come for the:
Credit Recovery (e2020)
Small Group Conversation
See Counselors for more info
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.