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Bond Project Information
IMPORTANT BOND ISSUE INFORMATION!
Can't Catch This Stallion!
HARVESTERS is Back!!!
Tuesday, September 20th (3p-4p)
Tuesday, October 4th & Tuesday, October 18 (3p-4p)
If anyone would like to register to received FREE food, please Stop by the office.
Important Message from Dr. Lane
Please read this important message from Dr. Lane.
Class of 2017
Senior Stallions Discount Cards
ONLY for Seniors!
Rescheduled Stay Tuned!
On Monday we are having our first PEP assembly!
We are asking that each grade level to sport a different color of clothing:
Seniors - Wear Black
Juniors - Wear Blue
Sophomores - Wear Gold
Freshman - Wear White
Don't forget to show your spirit on Monday!
For more information contact Ms. AO
After School Program
2:30-4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Rooms 235, 236, 238
Come for the:
Credit Recovery (e2020)
Small Group Conversation
See Counselors for more info
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.
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.
Who: The Beta Lambda Education Institute presents...
What: The 20th Annual Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc,. HBCU College Tour!!!
All 10th - 12th grade students (male and female) are welcome to participate in the tour.
Students who do not meet the minimum criteria provided above WILL NOT be allowed to attend the tour (no exceptions).
The total cost per person is $500.00, which includes ground transportation, hotel accommodations, breakfast & lunch each day, guided tours from campus admissions staff, sightseeing tours, and on-site admission & scholarship. Final payment for this opportunity is due February 3, 2017.
When: This year's tour will be March 5th-March 11th.
Where: Participating schools include the following:
All schools and price are subject to change.
Why: Seniors will apply for admission at all schools while on the tour. Registration forms are posted at the bottom and must be submitted along with your payment (see below) in order to reserve your (student's) seat on the tour. Please note that seniors are required to complete and return all of the attached forms in order to attend the tour. Students in grades 10 and 11 must return the completed Parent Permission Form, Teacher/Counselor Form and Video Release Form in order to attend the tour.
Who: The Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City and the Foundation for Human Development and Black Achievement awards this scholarship annually.
What: The SCLC Academic Scholarship is an academic scholarship awarded to high school seniors in the Greater Kansas City area as part of our Martin Luther King Holiday Celebration.
The scholarship is for students who will be attending an accredited four year college/university OR a community college.
High school seniors interested in applying must make application as follows:
- The student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater
- Include a high quality photo as it will be used to honor the student if they are awarded a scholarship
- Provide a current copy of your high school transcript AND a copy of the first quarter report card for the current school year
- A letter of recommendation from the High School Counselor on school letterhead
- A typed one-page essay (two, if double spaced) on the influence of Dr. King on your life and why you believe you merit a King Scholarship
- NO FAXED SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED
When: Application forms must be completed and returned to the Scholarship Coordinator BEFORE November 1, 2016. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER NOVEMBER 1, 2016.
Scholarship recipients will be honored at the Scholarship Prayer Breakfast that will take place on Saturday, January 14, 2017. There will be a special invitation sent to the recipients for this event.
Where: The application can be obtained by going to the website posted below: www.sclckc.org. Simply click on the "SCLC Scholarship" link at the right end of the site navigation bar. The application is in a PDF format and the information can be saved in the document. This method is preferred over handwriting.
Please, send the completed application and requested material to:
SCLC of Greater Kansas City
P.O. Box 410423
Kansas City, MO 64141
If you have any questions, please contact Gina Houston at sclckc.att.net or (816) 550-0805.
Why: Winners will be awarded a scholarship and honored at a Scholarship Prayer Breakfast.
Who: The Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline and the Metropolitan Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Association is sponsoring a scholarship contest for high school students.
What: Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers Scholarship Contest is a scholarship contest for high school seniors.
Immediate family members of any Kansas City Crime Commission staff or board member are not eligible.
To be eligible, the high school student must be a senior of good character with no criminal background. He/she must be recommended, in writing, by at least two faculty members. The recommendation must state the student's accomplishments, grade average, class standing, activities and the reasons he/she deserves this award. This recommendation should be no longer than two typewritten pages.
Each student entered must submit a typed essay of 750-1,000 words on the topic "What is your perception of the current state of law enforcement in the United States with respect to performance of duties, influence of protests and the media coverage given to policing actions during 2016?" (Cite specific examples)
While content and clarity of thought is of primary importance, contestants should be aware that grammar and spelling WILL BE considered when scoring the essay. Contestants, as college-bound high school seniors, are encouraged to seek out editors for their papers as well as proof their own work. Do not include any visual aids, graphics or other supporting documents.
When: This essay, along with the faculty advisors' recommendations, and the application form should be mailed in time to arrive at the Kansas City Crime Commission's office no later than Monday, November 21, 2016. Winners will be notified by January 13, 2017. No telephone, written, electronic or any other means of "campaigning" for contestants will be allowed by entrants, faculty sponsors or any other person.
Where: Entries should be mailed to:
Detective Kevin Boehm, TIPS Coordinator
3100 Broadway, Suite 226
Kansas City, MO 64111
If there are any questions, feel free to contact Detective Kevin Boehm at 816-960-6800, Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Why: The winners, one each from the Missouri and Kansas areas of the community, will each receive a $1,000 scholarship. The winners will be awarded a certificate and upon determination of a college or vocational school to be attended by the student, a $1,000 check will be sent to the school in the student's name to be applied toward his/her tuition or general account.