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Schlagle Students of the Month: March
If you do not have a school issued laptop, you can sign up to use a Loaner Laptop on a daily basis. These laptops can be used during school hours and are picked up and dropped off in Room 217 (click here for a school map). If you think you may qualify for a Loaner Laptop, please contact Ms. Campbell (Room 326) or Mr. Gould (Room 217) for more information.
Its Time to Vote for your Favorite T-Shirt Design!
The designs have been submitted and the best have been selected for your vote!
Remember, this t-shirt design is to promote Schlagle and a positive focus on literacy. Click the link below to go online to see and vote for your favorite design.
Remember to fill out your first and last name and vote for ONE design. You can only vote once during FA TODAY, Monday, May 20, so be sure and let all of your classmates know.
"May the odds be ever in your favor! "
YE Dreams Into Dividends Year-End Awards Ceremony
On Monday, May 6 2013 YE held the Annual Dreams Into Dividends Year-End Awards Ceremony, that celebrated the many accomplishments of the Youth Entrepreneurs graduating class of 2013, their 10,000 graduates, and those who support the mission of entrepreneurship education. During the ceremony the graduating class of competition winners, scholarship recipients, and the outstanding teachers and volunteers who make it all possible were honored:
JaWuan Wallace was the First Scholarship Recipient of the $2,000 GM Fairfax Plant Scholarship, renewable each year. And he also was hired by YE as the Professional Photographer for the event through his company Studio 1995.
Lawrence Barnes was the YE Academy Capital Grant Recipient for $400
Regional Business Plan Competition Finalist received $100 for competing in the regional competition: Jonathan Martinez owner of Quick Seat Finder, Lashiya Smith owner of Mending Hearts Event Planning, and Cheyanne Whisonant owner of Forever Young
JeRon Betts was recognized as being the YE Ambassador for F.L. Schlagle High School and won a prize for having the most students in attendance.
Kierra Taylor and Makala Crockett both participated in the Showcase Board Competition during the event. Makala Crockett won $50 for the "Most Eye Catching Display".
F.L. Schlagle High School's Business Plan Advisor Mr. Ryan Fanshier, won the awarrd as the Kansas City Metro Busienss Ploan Advisor of the Year.
Mrs. Hopson was recognized for her dedication as a Youth Entrepreneur Teacher at F. L. Schlagle High School.
2013 Yearbooks are HERE!!!
The 2013 Edition of the Equestrian, F.L. Schlagle's yearbook, have arrived.
If you have already paid to reserve your copy, you can pick it up in Room 329 AFTER SCHOOL TODAY, Tuesday, May 14th. Only those who have prepaid can pick up their books today!
If you would like to purchase a yearbook while they are still available, you can purchase them starting AFTER SCHOOL TOMORROW, Wednesday, May 15th. The cost of the yearbook is $40 and can be purchased in Room 329. We can only accept cash for yearbook purchase, so bring your money and get your yearbook before they are all gone!
Raise Funds, Save Money!
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CALLING ANYONE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE
F. L. SCHLAGLE 2013-2014
PICK UP APPLICATIONS
TUESDAY, MAY 15TH IN ROOM 306
FROM MRS. SCOTT 3PM – 5PM
TRYOUTS WILL BE
THURSDAY, MAY 16TH 3 PM - 5PM
FRIDAY, MAY 17TH 3PM – 5PM
IN THE CAFETERIA
SATURDAY, MAY 18TH 10 AM – 2 PM
IN THE GYM
PLEASE COME PREPARED TO SHOW YOUR GREAT SCHOOL SPIRIT, YOUR HIGH ENERGY & YOUR PERKY PERSONALITY
STUDENTS! WE NEED YOUR HELP!
The design should be created on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper using the colors blue and gold and may include the Schlagle Stallion.
The design should include other elements of literacy, such as (but not limited to these) why it is important, how it affects you, reading, writing, speaking, listening, or how we will get better at literacy.
Designs must be submitted to Ms. Hotz by Friday May 17th at 3pm.
For design help and/or questions, please see:
Thank you and good luck!
Choral Department GRAND SLAM!
Our students did it! For the first time in 16 years here at Schlagle, the vocal music department has received a ONE RATING at
1) Regional Solo/Small Ensemble Festival
Also, Stephen Hughes, Madison Self and D'Andre Richardson received a ONE RATING for their vocal solos and Joseph Belcher recevied a ONE RATING for his instrumental solo.
Mr. Ammons would like to express his appreciation for all of the support provided to the Music Department and invites everyone to attend their final concert this
Thursday, May 2, 2013 AT 7:00 pm
It will only last approximately one hour. Plus, Mr. Ammons would like everyong to know that his mom does not cook for the final performance.
Congratulations to the Choral Department and to Mr. Ammons!
Alex Lor ROCKS Union Station!
Alex Lor, Senior here at F.L. Schlagle, presented his Engineering project at Union station in a show case with about a hundred other students from around the metro area. We all know that Alex is tops here (valedictorian no less) but he was just as fabulous there. I heard from a number of professionals, including Dean of Engineering at UMKC (where Alex is headed). If the interest from the collected teenage males is any indication Alex might also be able to pay for college if he gets his prototype patented and to the production stage.
MNU Science Camps
Mid-American Nazarean’s University Days of Science 2013
Topic 1: The Science of C.S.I. (Crime Scene Investigations)
Participants will explore the science behind crime scene investigations. Participants will engage in hands on learning in criminal investigation techniques that involve the biological, physical and earth sciences and the technologies used in solving crimes. If you are interested in Forensic science or criminology or police work this is great for you!
Topic 2: The Science of Field Ecology:
Exploring local prairies, wetlands, and woodlands. Participants will explore the ecology and natural history of local prairies and woodlands through field demonstrations and assisting in fieldwork for ongoing research projects. Learn about methods of locating and collecting specimens, observing behaviors, diversity analysis, environmental sampling techniques, ecological technology, and citizen science projects. Teachers and students will emerge with new skills and ideas about how to engage environmental research and learning activities in the outdoor setting. Come prepared to spend time outdoors. If you enjoy outdoors, animals, and plants this one is perfect for you.
Topic 3: The Science of Beauty
Participants will explore the fascinating world of beauty and beauty products. Examine the chemistry and biology of beauty products such as makeup and perfumes. Explore the physiology and psychology of beauty. If you are interesting in cosmetology this is the one for you!
if you are interested attending one or all of these adventures in science, see your Science teacher and/or complete the link below.
Congratulations to the Schlagle Robotics Team!!
Nayeline Coronilla and Kyle Perkins Captained the Robotics team at the First Tech Challenge at UMKC Feb 3rd and made it to the Semi finals. Congratulations!
Reach 4 Excellence Story Debuts on FOX 4 News
The Reach 4 Excellence story featuring Schlagle's own JaWuan Wallace was shown for the first time last night on FOX 4 News. The story, which highlights JaWuan's budding photography business, Studio 1995, contained footage and interviews shot here on the F.L. Schlagle campus over the last few weeks. The story will run several times over the next few days, starting with tonights 5:00 p.m. broadcast. If you don't have time to tune in, click on the link below to go to the online version of the story. Congratulations JaWuan!
-->> Click here to watch the story online.
End of the Year Calendar
May 20 Regular crunch schedule for final review
May 20-23 Locker cleanout
May 21 Finals in hours 1, 3, 5
May 22 Finals in hours 2, 6
May 23 Finals in hours 7, 8
May 24 All grades due by 12:00
Senior Cap and Gown Pics
The latest round of Senior Cap & Gown pictures have been posted and are now ready for viewing and purchase. Click here to go the the Senior Cap & Gown page and click on the link to look at Round 3 of the pictures. The first round of Senior Cap and Gown pictures are ready for viewing and purchase. Click here to go to the Cap & Gown page! If your picture is still not online, stop by Room 329 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Junior and Sophomore Pictures
Click here to go to the preview page for the Junior and Sophomore School Portraits. Once on the preview page, choose the appropriate class and click on the link to see the previews for that class. Payment instructions package options will be added shortly if you would like to buy a portrait package. Check back for more information!
Send in your pics!
Would you like to get your photos in the yearbook, on the front page of School Loop or in The Stallion Stampede (our newspaper published to School Loop)? Just follow this link to our photo-sharing website. You'll need to upload your school-appropriate photo and to leave your name and the names of the people in your photo. Photos will be published if space allows.