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Thinkin' About Market Day

If you've been at Schlagle for a while, you may have already wondered about the next Market Day. If you're new to Schlagle, you're in for a treat! Students have the opportunity to advertise and sell food and drink during lunch hours. In the past, choices have included pizza, rotel and cookies. Watch for surveys (below) to personalize your Market Day experience.

Survey #1

A Healthy Harvest

By: Thirstina Jenkins


     It's that time of year again, when corn is no longer green, pumpkins are ready for picking, apples are ripe and fallen from their trees and other vegetables are harvested. That’s right I’m talking about Harvesters. But what is Harvesters? Harvesters is a mobile food pantry that distributes food to families in need at different sites.

     For about three years Harvesters has only distributed food from Washington High School. However, thanks to your guidance counselor (Mrs. Neal) and Officer Moore, as of last year, families in the Schlagle area can now come to Schlagle to receive their Harvesters bounty.
     Mrs. Neal said, “we thought that it would be fair to rotate it between Washington and Schlagle. We thought our families would benefit from it."
     Schlagle and Harvesters understand there are those in need of assistance when it comes to filling you pantry, so don’t be shy come on by, tell your family, friends, and neighbor of this helpful day of giving.   

     This helpful day of giving is every first Tuesday of the month for Washington and every third Tuesday for Schlagle, this year from September to May every month.


Want to read more . . . CLICK HERE to go to the second edition of Schlagle's online newspaper, The Stallion Stampede.

Vote HERE for School Store

What would YOU like to have stocked in the school store?

Simply CLICK HERE to vote on items you'd like to see stocked.

Watch this page for more information

Fall 2014 Band Events Schedule

School Calendar

Students of the Month - September


Briana Echols

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Briana plays volleyball and she

loves acting.  She plans to study

at KU and major in Culinary Arts.

Her favorite class is English.


Darius Brand

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Darius plans to major in Business

Management in KU.  He plays

basketball and his favorite teacher

is Mr. Western.  His family motivates

him to be the best he can be.




Mulan Vang

Mulan plans to study at UMKC

and major in Education.  She plays

volleyball and her favorite class

is Math.  Her favorite teacher is

Mr. Buck.


Samantha Torres

Samantha likes reading and his

favorite teacher is Mr. Milner.

Her inspiration is her older

sister.  She plans to study at KU

to become an Orthopedic





Courtney Tindall

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Courtney plans to study at Jackson

State University and major in

Business Administration.  She

likes music and poetry.  Her

favorite teacher is Ms. DeGarmo

and her inspiration is her father.


Ladarius Brooks

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Ladarius plans to study at KU or

the University of Arkansas and

major in Art.  He likes to draw

and play sports.  His favorite

teachers are Mr. Milner and

Mrs. Franco.  His grandfather

inspires him to be at his best

at all times.




Jacob Armstrong

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Jacob plans to study either at

UMKC or KCKCC at major in

Psychology.  He enjoys writing

and his favorite class is English.

His inspiration is his father because

he pushes him to go beyond

what is expected of him.


Gabrielle Richmond

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Gabby plans to study at Jackson

State University and major in

Physical Education.  She likes

working out, dancing and giving

advice.  Her favorite teacher is 

Mrs. Franco.  Her inspiration in

life is her grandmother.

Loaner Laptops

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Family Advocacy Conferences at Schlagle

When:  Wednesday, October 22nd from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
      and Thursday, October 23rd from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Where: Schlagle's gym
Who: All parents and their students are welcome
Why: To meet your student's teachers

Blood Drive November 4



Community Blood Center needs 580 donors each day to meet area hospitals' needs
Be a hero and help save a life - GIVE BLOOD
Health Science III and Career and Community Connections classes are sponsoring a blood drive!
November 4th from 8:30 - 12:30 in the Schlagle gym
Be the first to schedule an appointment at www.savealifenow.org  
Click on Schedule an Appointment
our Sponsor code is KCSCHLAGLE (for the search for a blood drive)
Appointments are in 15 minute increments.

Homecoming Parade and Assembly 2014

It's All Good in Hollywood

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It's Time for Hollywood

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October Schedule Changes

October Schedule Changes
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Marching Stallions Perform in the Missouri Classic

Harvesters Help

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


     Students: Do you love reading? Do you want a chance to read popular novels like Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars while also getting involved at Schlagle and meeting new people?

     On November 8, 2014, Schlagle will be competing against other schools in the district to show off our literary knowledge at Battle of the Books, and we need YOU to help us shine!

     Please join us in Ms. Moss's room from 2:30-3:00 on Tuesday afternoon if you would like to be a part of this awesome opportunity!

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.

Great Wolf Lodge Has Jobs

Hollywood is here at Schlagle!

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October 18, 7:00 - 11:00 PM

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Compassion: October Character Trait

This month Schlagle students focus on Compassion.

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.


KMBT Aug 2015


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!

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.  


Prior members of last years sophomore board and the sophomores trained over the sum... Continue
Posted by: Sarah Evans
Published: 8/8/14


Interested Visual & Performance Artists NEEDED
Help build the Forensics program at Schlagle by:

   working on a project to promote the program (visual artists)
   begin working on pieces to take to Tournament (performance artists) 

You may express your interest in both activi... Continue
Posted by: Diamond Howell
Published: 10/22/14

Scholars Bowl News
Scholars' Bowl season has officially begun with our first meet last night.  Great work to the JV members who participated. (Ian Pack, William Elliot-Jones, And Mulan Vang) Looking forward to a successful season.


Varsity team ... Continue
Posted by: Mr. D. DeRosa
Published: 10/21/14

No School Thursday or Friday...
Posted by: Tremaine Terrell
Published: 10/21/14


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.

Boys Basketball:  Tryouts for basketball will start November 17th.  Any student interested in trying out for boy's basketball must have all their grades above 60%.
ACT Reminder:  ACT will be this Saturday, October 25th.  You must print your admission ticket in advance.  Saturday you will need to bring admission ticket, pencils, calculator and picture ID.
Wrestling:  Pre-Season starts on Monday.  Sign up sheets are in room 233 with Coach Truman.
Senior Board Meeting:  Senior Board meeting will be on Monday, October 27th at 2:30 in room 301.