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Spring 2015 Band Events Schedule
Students of the Month - January
Achiny plans to attend KU and major in Nursing. She loves volleyball and Math. Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Prater. Her parents and grandparents inspire her to reach her goals.
Deonte plans to study in NYU and major in journalism. He likes acting, writing, drama and video games. His favorite class is Geography and his favorite teacher is Mr. Buck. His grandparents motivate him to join many organizations and remind him to maintain good grades.
Jocelyn plans to be in a medical field in UCLA. Her favorite class is Mr. Milner's Health Science class. Her inspiration is her best friend.
Ian plans to attend KCKCC or K-State and major in Computer Engineering. His likes debate, History and his favorite teacher is Mr. Turner. His dad encourages him to work hard and have fun at the same time.
Da'Kaneisha plans to attend K-State or Ohio State and major in Business and Technology. She likes to play volleyball and her favorite teachers are Mrs. Franco and Mr. Truman. Her family supports her everyday and they are her inspiration.
Juan plans to major in Paleontology with a minor in Biology in KU. He likes archery and plays video games. He also enjoys playing his saxophone. His favorite teachers are Mr. May, Ms. Welliver and Mr. Truman. His family is his inspiration in life.
Del'Shae plans to attend K-State and major in Biology and Chemistry. She enjoys playing volleyball. Her parents are her inspiration.
Steven plans to attend Tulsa Tech and major in Information Technology. He enjoys fixing computers. His favorite teacher is Mr. Franco and his brothers and teachers are his inspiration in life.
Pick up and drop off in Room 326 before 7:20AM for daily check-out
Black History Celebration
Congratulations to YOU Seniors!
Kansas Honors Scholars
Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as Kansas Honors Scholars by the University of Kansas Alumni Association. They are ranked in the top ten percent of the class of 2015:
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.
Students, What does your future hold?
Let's find the pathway that's right for you!
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.
KMBT Aug 2015
Summer Science Packets
If you are missing your summer science packet, you can download a copy here!
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
Community Service Opportunity - YOUR Help is Requested
Pastor Rowan of First Baptist Church located at 500 Nebraska Ave, KCK 66101 has offered an opportunity to ALL students and anyone willing to help.
This church is a Harvesters site every 2nd Saturday of each month and they need more b... Continue
Last Day to Turn in Permission Slips AND Ticket Money for "Underground"
CALLING ALL VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS!!!!
If you're interested, but have NOT turned in your signed permission slip AND ticket money for the "Underground" theatrical dance performance on Friday, March 6th, you MUST... Continue
FREE TAX Preparation - Metropolitan Kansas City
Next Step KC Free Tax Preparation
Next Step KC operates several IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax preparation sites in the Kansas City area. VITA offers free tax help to hard-working taxpayers with incomes of $53,00... Continue
CHAMBERS REHEARSAL: Will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30PM in room 109. Any students traveling to Dallas with Mr. Ammons please stop by room 109 for more information.
Student ID Badges: Students you need to have your ID badges visible when you go through the lunch lines
Louie Andrews- 1st Place Ricardo Flores - 2nd Place Tywone Bell- 2nd Place
Lamar Maltbia -1st Place Tylen Wallace - 1st Place Eric Flores- 1st Place
The wrestlers will compete at Regionals next Saturday, February 21st.
Conditioning: Attention Athletes, Coach Williams will be in the weight room (located next to the field house) for conditioning for any athlete (football, baseball, soccer, track, volleyball and basketball) interested in conditioning on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays right after school(2:30PM-4:30PM. All football players that are not participating in Winter Sports need to report to the weight room.
Online Economics: All Students who are taking the online economics class should check their email and their online class on a regular basis. All assignments are due every Monday at 5:00PM
Get your yearbook today the cost is,$45 pay the treasurer or see a member of the yearbook staff.
If you are interested in being a part of the Youth Entrepreneurs class for the 2015-2016 school year, you must pick up an application from Ms. DeGarmo in Room 216. Aplications are due on Friday, February 20th at 3p.m.
All StuCo, Ambassador and Class representative who plan to join the Student Exchange on Feb. 26 need to get their permission slips turned in by Thursday, Feb. 19. Permission slips are available in room 304.
Students that will go on the Opera fieldtrip need to stop by room 109 after school for permission slips.