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Kansas Masons Essay Contest

Each year the Kansas Masons award $12,000 in scholarships to Kansas juniors or seniors in their essay contest. The winner gets a $4,000 scholarship with smaller awards going to 2nd, 3rd and 4th place winners. In addition, four $500 honorable mention scholarships are awarded. Essay contests information and guidelines can be accessed at





For further information, please contact:   

Dennis J. Kear, PhD.

Executive Director

Kansas Masonic Literacy Center

Campus Box 4036

1 Kellogg Circle

Emporia State University

Emporia, KS 66801-5415

620.341.5240 office

316.993.1941 Cell



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As part of our promise to encourage responsible borrowing and help students maximize free money to help pay for college, we are happy to announce our 2017 $2,500 Discover® Student Loans Scholarship Award that will give away a total of $100,000 in scholarships to 40 individuals. New this year, both students and parents of eligible students can register.


Now through December 31, 2017, eligible students and parents can enter to win one of the $2,500 scholarships by signing up to receive helpful tips on planning and paying for college at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. Students and parents can earn up to three additional entries into the Discover Student Loans scholarship sweepstakes when they share the sweepstakes via Facebook, Twitter and/or email and their friend enters via the link in their share. 


Winners will be randomly drawn on: 

• June 8, 2017

• September 6, 2017

• January 8, 2018


No purchase or student loan is necessary for students to enter or win. For the official scholarship rules, visit Scholarship.collegecovered.com/do/rules.


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Attention Students Athletes

If you would like to participate in a sport this upcoming school year, you will need a current physical on file.  You can get a free physical by attending one the following events:


Saturday, August 12, 2017

Schlagle High School

8 am - 2 pm


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

KCKPS District Office or Schlagle High School

12:30 pm - 4 pm


Physical packets are available in the office at Schlagle.

Recommended School Supply List

1- Graphing calculator (TI-84 or better is recommended, at the very least a scientific calculator TI-30x or better is suggested)

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

2- 3 ringed binders at least 2 inches (two is the minimum)

1- Pack of highlighters

1- Ream of printer paper

1- Flash drive (4g preferably)

1- Pack of color pencils

2- Composition notebooks

3- Spiral notebooks, college rule

1- Box of Kleenex

2- Pocket folders

1- Pack of AAA batteries

1- Pack of dry erase markers

1- Bottle hand sanitizer

1- Pack of graph paper (either loose or composition notebook style)

1 - Backpack with laptop protection

1 - School-issued laptop (must pay district required laptop fee and sign acceptable use policy)

This is a general list. Specific content teachers may request other items.

Message from the Principal


Dear Staff, Parents and Students,


It is with deep and profound sadness that I write to tell you that Elisabeth Schur, a special education teacher and college and career coordinator here at F. L. Schlagle High School, passed away Wednesday, June 14th after a brief illness. It is beyond comprehension that someone so young, so vibrant, so alive, could be taken away so suddenly. All of us who have known and worked with her are heartbroken. This seems too much to bear, and we will need to lean on each other to help manage our pain and grief.


Elisabeth really was at the heart of the Schlagle school community, and the KCKPS district. She was a 1993 graduate of Schlagle, and has taught in the district for twenty years. This is a loss that none of us could possibly have imagined, or prepared for. Many of us are full of things we wish we could have said to her. It is times like this when our faith and our relationships can carry us, even as we struggle to understand and cope. In my heart, I know that she is now in the loving embrace of God, and that she can feel the love for her that all of us feel.


At this moment, we do not yet know about funeral arrangements, but as soon as that information is available, I will forward it to you. Meanwhile, please do not hesitate to reach out, to me and the rest of the administration, to each other, to your families and loved ones. This is truly a time when we will be stronger together.

Please take care of yourselves, and each other.


Yolanda Thompson


Harvesters Help

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


Dates for the 2017-2018 school year coming soon!

Congratulations Class of 2017!

Schlagle Walk for Cancer

Schlagle Research & Development students, Kimberly Allen and Brittney Leveringston, planned a Schlagle Walk/Run for Cancer on Monday, May 15th as the culminating event in their semester-long project. Over 100 students participated in raising awareness and funds for the Shawnee Mission Health Cancer Center.



Schlagle Walk for Cancer Pictures

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JAG Grant Video

Click below to watch the video of the JAG Grant presentation. 



JAG grant

F. L. Schlagle JAG program receives a grant for $19,500. 

What is Diploma+?

Kansas City Kansas Public Schools has one goal -- each student will exit high school prepared for college and careers in a global society, and at every level, performance is on-track and on-time for success. With Diploma+, each student will have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, along with at least one of the following:

  • Completion of at least one full year of college (18-30 Credit Hours)
  • Completion of an Industry-Recognized Certificate or Credential
  • At Least a 21 on the ACT or 1060 on the SAT
  • Acceptance into the Military
  • Completion of a Qualified Internship or Industry Approved Project
  • An approved plan for Post-Secondary Transition
  • Completion of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP or International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme (IBCP) 

Click Here to Login to the Diploma+ Dashboard


Digital Stallions

Check out the latest videos from F.L. Schlagle on our YouTube Channel.
Just click here!



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.