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Winter Band Events Schedule

Attention Marching Stallions! Your Winter schedule is now available on the Schlagle Stallions Marching Band page. Just click here to find out what's going on this season!

Students of the Month: February and March 2014

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Ram Peng

- He plans to be in a medical field and study in KU. His favorite classes are gym and Art.  His mom pushes him to get good grades and make sure that he does all his work.
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Jessica Her

- She plans to study in UMKC or WSU and major in Dentistry. Her favorite class is P.E.. Her parents guides her and reminds her to be the best that she can be.

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Nayeline Coronilla-Guerrero
- plans to study in MIT and major in Electrical Engineering.  She likes soccer, drawing, and robotics. Her dad sets a good example on how to be a professional while her mom encourages her to be at her best.

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Yeng Kong Lee
- plans to study in K-State and major in Astronomy or Physics.  He likes art and drawing.  His parents encourage him to be the best he can be.


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Adrianne Wilson-Murphy

- She wants to major in Photography in K-State.  Her favorite class is English.  Her mom always make sure she's on the right track and that her grades are good.

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Dovie El
- plans to study in Clark Atlanta University and major in marketing with a minor in fashion  She likes fashion.  She believes that she will be successful.  Her dad, who is a university graduate, is her role model.
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Aaron Wedlow
- He plans to study in the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and major in Music Education.  He likes music.  Mr. May and the music program at F.L. Schlagle push him to be the best.

School Calendar

Click below to go to the F.L. Schlagle Online Calendar to find out what is happening at Schlagle today and in the days ahead.

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Loaner Laptops

macbook_air_2If 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. Patricia McCullough (Room 326) or Mr. Gould (Room 217) for more information. 

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This Tuesday at Central Office (next door) we will have 3 BIG COLLEGE EVENTS! ALL GRADES from 6:30 to 7:30pm will have the opportunity to interact with college and university representatives from Kansas and Missouri schools.

**SENIORS should come early. From 4:30 to 6:30pm we will be completing FAFSAs and college reps will be on-hand to discuss your next steps: Housing Contracts, Freshman Orientation, Schedules, Financial Aid, etc.

**Seniors and parents meet with your rep to put everything in place for a smooth transition to college.

**Some of the colleges who will be present are: UMKC, K-State, KU, KCKCC, Wichita State, Donnelly, Penn Valley, Park, Pittsburg State, MO Southern, Emporia State, Avila, MO State and the Technical Education Center.

Summer Jobs!!

Wyandotte County's Summer Youth Employment Program is now accepting applications for Recreation Leaders, Instructor/Gate Persons and Lifeguards. The program will last from 7-13 weeks. The minimum age is 16 and hours are 11am to 8pm.. Students will work at Parkwood Pool located at 950 Quindaro. See Ms. Rhodes in Room 235 for applications or stop by the UG Human Resources Department located at 701 N. 7th St., Room 646 Mon-Fri from 8:30am to 4:00pm. Students are expected to begin working May 24, 2014. Applications are due April 17th to Room 235.

*Recreation Leaders are responsible for the basket room area and policing the locker rooms. The pay is $7.47 per hour.

*Instructor/Gate Persons are responsible for handling cash and working with the public. The pay is $10.09 per hour.

*Lifeguards must be a Red Cross Certified Lifeguard. The pay is $9.12 per hour.


Several students have recently attempted to purchase PROM dresses from Aliexpress. The site advertises beautiful dresses at a reasonable price however, they have also received numerous customer complaints. Customers have alleged that they have had to wait 40-50 days for items, never received their items, or have received the wrong items. This site also does not have a working customer service line. Individual sellers may or may not communicate with you and they are under NO obligation to refund your money. We have several reports from students have lost money and/or had a very difficult time getting money back. Please shop online only from familiar, recognizable websites. **Free PROM dresses will be given away at Penn Valley Community College this SATURDAY!

Are you in the Loop?

Are you in the Loop? No Internet, No home computer? No problem! Every Schlagle High School Parent should be in the loop. Schoolloop is USD 500’s most innovative tool to help keep parents up-to-date with their student’s academic progress in each of their classes. Everyone needs to get into the loop so we form a tighter support network around our children. 


Schlalgle PTSA Parent Information Night 
April 17, 2014 at F. L. Schlagle High School
in the Auditorium 6p-8pm 

Topics covered will be Schoolloop, What credits are necessary for your student to graduate and Summer School information. Please plan to attend or send a representative from your family.  If you have your smart phone, please bring it. Door Prizes and light refreshments will be available as well. See you on April 17 at 6pm.

April 23rd is standardized test day.

Grades 9-11 will be testing on this day and these are very important district and state required tests.
  • 9th grade will be taking the ACT Explore
  • 10th grade will be taking the ACT PLAN
  • 11th grade will be taking the ACT
 We are asking that students, parents, and teachers remember and remind students of the following:
  • Make sure that you have your ID badge on this day (like every other day)
  • If you have a scientific calculator please bring it to school on this day
  • Please bring at least two #2 pencils with erasers (mechanical pencils will not work)
  • Please be present on time.  Classes begin every day at 7:25.  It is so important that students arrive before 7:25 each day
  • Cell phones, laptops, bags, backpacks, headsets, earbuds, mp3 players, etc will not be allowed in testing rooms.  Please do not bring them to school on April 23rd.  If you do bring any items outside of those needed in the testing room they will be collected and secured in another location to be picked up at the end of the testing day.
  • Parents please make sure that your student gets a good night's rest the night before so they can do their absolute best on their test
Thanks to all in advance for making this successful testing day.

ID Badges!

Starting Monday, April 14th, all students will be required to have their ID Badges and display them visibly on their person. Students who do not have have badges readily displayed will have to suffer the consequences. Click here to read the communication that was sent to all students, parents, family members and community partners from Dr. Bates regarding ID Badges.

Sixty Second Update for April 7th, 2014.


Changes to School Schedule Announced

In order to make up for the snow days we have had so far the following changes will be made once we get back from Spring Break:

  • All schools will add 15 minutes to each of the remaining school days AND one additional day to the end of the school calendar.
    • High School dismissal will now be 2:35 pm  (Wednesdays - 12:35 pm)
  • The last day for graduating seniors will be Friday, May 16, 2014. High school seniors will have the following additional schedule changes:
    • Seniors will have full days of school on Wednesday, May 7 and Wednesday, May 14.
    • Seniors will attend school on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16.

Please note: All afternoon special activities and special routes buses will be delayed by 15 minutes

A copy of the complete letter from Dr. Lane to Parents can be read by clicking here.

Help F.L. Schlagle be Seat Belt Safe!

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What has your school done to be Seat Belt Safe?

This is an opportunity for all students and staff members to show their Stallion Pride!

Submit a 3 minute presentation by March 26th to the SAFE TEAM for a chance to win a $25 VISA Gift Card for the top two presentations.

Examples include PSA, music video, PowerPoint, skit or a song performance. The only guidelines are that your creation must be about seat belt safety and school appropriate.

You can submit your presentation by email to elaine.moore@kckps.org, CD, DVD or thumb drive. The top six submissions will be presented at the State Conference in April for an opportunity to win even more prizes!

Important Message from Nutritional Services!

If you eat a hot lunch here at Schlagle you will need to read the following letter from Nutritional Services at the District Office. Click below to read the letter. You will also be given a copy of this letter in your FA to take home to your parents. 

  -->> CLICK HERE to read letter <<--  


Senior Cap & Gown Pictures are Now Online for Preview

If you have already had your Senior Cap & Gown picture taken, you can preview and order copies of your pictures online NOW! 

 -->> CLICK HERE <<--

to go to the Portrait Page and follow the instructions for previewing and ordering copies of your portrait.

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.


Work at Schlitterbahn
Now Hiring - Schlitterbahn Waterpark!! Employees receive Free Admission & Discounts on Merchandise. Open positions include: Lifeguard, Cashier, Greeter, Pool Cleaner, Cook, Servers, First Aid and many others. Apply online at schlitterbahn.com/... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/14/14

Work at UPS
Seniors-  looking for summer work before you start college? UPS is hiring. UPS also has a $3000 college assistance program for its employees, weekly paychecks and no weekends. To set up an interview, call Monica at 913.541.3740 or Celeste at ... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/14/14

This Saturday! Students come out to this FREE event! The Fourth Annual Prom Project 4! Come browse and select dresses, shoes, makeup sessions, mini manicures, cupcakes, mocktails, prom giveaways and so much more from our sponsors! HOT 103Jamz Jule... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/10/14

Paid Internship 4 Seniors
Seniors who are interested in computers, we have a computer camp starting on July 7 th . For the 1st three weeks students will have hands on experience breaking down and re-building computers.    For the 2 nd three weeks, students will b... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/8/14

Steps for Enrolling at KCKCC. 1) Submit an online application 2) Add KCKCC to your list of colleges receiving your FAFSA 3) Request your transcripts be sent to KCKCC 4) Attend a New Student Orientation 5) At Orientation, sign up for an advising ap... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/8/14

Girls Volleyball Summer Camps (UMKC, KCKCC & Schlagle)
UMKC Volleyball Camp will be June 5-7, 2014 . from 1-4pm. Grades 9-12. The cost is $100 and is due April 25th . Checks with a completed brochure should be made out to UMKC and hand delivered to Coach Moore. Schlagle Volleyball Camp will be June 23... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 3/28/14

Job Opening 3/27/14
Gates BBQ on 10th and State is currently hiring 3 cashier positions. Applicants must be 18 years or older and have an outgoing personality. The positions will last throughout the summer and may lead to permanent positions. Apply in person. 1026 St... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 3/27/14

Alpha Phi Alpha $1000 Scholarship
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Omicron Xi Lambda Chapter) scholarship applications are now available in the CCC (Room 235). Alpha Phi Alpha is the oldest African American fraternity. Eligible students for the Brandon C. Fauntleroy-McDowel Schol... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 3/24/14


YMCA Summer Programs
Bonner Springs and Providence Family YMCA Summer Sports Programs are now registering students for a wide variety of activities - swimming lessons, flag football, softball, youth soccer, basketball, tennis, and many more. See the link below to get ... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/14/14

Teen Museum Guides
This summer the Nelson-Atkins will hire 40 TEEN Youth Guides to work in the museum. Guides will make $8 an hour. Applicants will be evaluated on their application and their interview.  Teen guides should be dependable, on-time, and feel comfo... Continue
Posted by: Rashanda Rhodes
Published: 4/14/14

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Scholarship
  The Brothers of the Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter awards the George Washington Carver Scholarship. Recipients are expected to be involved with various campus/community activities. This scholarship is one of the most prestigious academic scholar... Continue
Posted by: Ryan Smith, Sr.
Published: 4/14/14

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.