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Mission statement:  Defying gravity by developing students’ literacy skills to compete in a global society.
Vision:  Striving to be the top performing high school in the district.
Motto:  Literacy…it’s what we do.

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Students of the Month: December


 Freshman - Abygail Roettgen


She plans to go to KU or Texas Tech and take CMA or CNA.Her parents and siblings inspire her to go to college and her teachers push her to be the best that she can be.

 

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Juniors –  Mulan Vang

 

Mulan plans to major in Education at the University of Central Missouri.  Her inspiration are her parents, teachers and peers who constantly remind her to work hard.

 

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Seniors – Dominique Reagan

 

She plans to go to JCCC then continue her studies at the University of Kansas and major in Interior Design or Architecture.  Her parents and siblings are her inspiration.

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School Calendar

Socratic Suggestions

Have you read, seen or heard something you think Schlagle should discuss as a school? Click here to link the Literacy Team to your suggestions.

Loaner Laptops

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Homepage Locker

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Acrobat Reader [Go]

Family Advocacy Days

Parents, guardians and students,

Welcome to Family Advocacy Days at F.L. Schlagle

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Wednesday, February 10

1:00pm-7:00pm

(Teacher dinner break from 4:00-5:00pm)

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Friday, February 12

8:00am-3:00pm
No school for students Friday

(Teacher lunch break from 11:00am-12:00pm)

Pathway Competition Entries

The F.L. Schlagle Business and Technology Pathway hosted a "Schlagle Commercial" competition. Finalists will be posted in this space. The first entry is from Mr. Bellotti's FA;

 

 

If video does not play, follow this link.

Harvesters

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Next Harvesters day is February 16th from 3pm to 4pm weather permitting.

Additional dates to keep in mind;

March 1st and 22nd

April 5th and 19th

May 2nd and 17th

Stay tuned to this page for more information or call the school.

Thank you.

Student of the Month

The Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education honored four students as Students of the Month at their meeting on January 26, 2016.  Students are pictured (front row, from left) Joaquin Rincon Berroa, Douglas Heights Head Start; and Brennyn Braxton, Bethel Elementary School; (back row, from left) Cristian Zarate, F.L. Schlagle High School, and Leonard Jenkins, Argentine Middle School.

 

 

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Need a fun night out? 
Want to treat your special someone or just hang out with friends?

 

Come to the…

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Sweet & Spicy Night Out

February 12th, 6 – 9 p.m.,

Where:  Schlagle’s Cafeteria

 

Come as you are for music, sweet & spicy treats, dancing, and fun.

Early bird tickets are $7 and include a treat!  Get this Sweet Deal before 2/5!*

 

Late tickets are $10.*

*All tickets can be purchased from the treasurer.

Help Wanted--African American History Program

Last year, Schlagle presented an amazing Black History Celebration and this year we want to match or top that event! We need your help! The program is on Friday, February 26th from 1:05-2:20.
  • 5-10 more students to help with the play.  The meetings for this are on Fridays at 2:25 in Ms. Todd’s room.
  • 10-15 more students to model clothes for the fashion show.  The sponsors for this activity are Ms. Truelove and Cynthia Heron-Thomas.
  • Any students that would be interested in creating art and posters.  The sponsors for this activity are Ms. Mays and Shanice Porter.
  • Any students that are interested in joining a hip-hop team.  The sponsor for this activity is Mr. Vaught.  We still need a student sponsor.
  • 2-5 students that would be interested in creating displays to honor the contribution of African Americans in war.  The sponsors for this activity are Mr. Madden, Ms. Hobson, and Ayana Williams.
  • Any students that would be interested in presenting about African American hair.  The sponsors for this are Ms. Tubbs and Marcelius Hunter.

Human Services Pathway Assembly

Activity Ticket


 

Students if you purchased an activity ticket,
you need to get your ID Badge stamped
with the Activity Pass on it.  

     You  will need that activity pass
on your ID badge to attend
games and other activities.  

     Students without an Activity Pass
on their ID badge will have to
pay the admittance fee.

Stallion Locker--School Store

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Harvesters Help

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

After School Program

2:30-4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

12:30-3:00 Wednesday

Rooms 235, 236, 238

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Come for the:

Internet Access

Quiet Study

Individual Tutoring

Credit Recovery (e2020)

Organization Help

Study Skills

Small Group Conversation

Individual Mentoring

 

See Counselors for more info

Digital Stallions

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

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.

Notes

1/25/16

Fort Hays State University will be recognizing students from our high school and others in the area who have been accepted to and offered scholarships to FHSU on Sunday, February 21, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel, 10100 College Blvd, Overland Park, KS.

 

During the reception, university faculty and administrators will be there to visit and answer any questions. If you are a junior or senior who may be interested in FHSU, you are encouraged to attend the reception to further explore the opportunities awaiting you at FHSU.

 

If you plan to attend the reception, please RSVP by telephone at (785) 628-5673 or toll-free at 1-800-628-FHSU by Wednesday, February 17, 2016.

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1/25/16

Fort Hays State University is proud to announce the first annual Hispanic College Institute (HCI) offered in the state of Kansas. 

 

This is a new and unique opportunity to assist high school sophomore and junior Hispanic and Latino students to pursue their educational and personal goals. The FHSU Hispanic College Institute will be held June 22-25, 2016 on the Fort Hays State Unviersity campus and is open to all 2017 and 2018 high school grads regardless of their future college destination. It is a 4-day/3-night program uniquely designed to serve our future leaders of Kansas. Hispanic and Latino professionals from across the United States will be participating as mentors, role models, and presenters for the 150 students selected to attend.

 

The FREE institute will give students the opportunity to gain skills in a variety of areas:

  • Critical thinking
  • Professional development and networking
  • Confidence building
  • College admissions and financial processes
  • Building and fostering a supportive community

If you are interested in applying, please visit the first attached link. The application deadline is April 1, 2016. Please, contact (785) 628-5666 or email hci@fhsu.edu for additional information.

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1/25/16

The United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA) offers top students who meet their standards of academic achievement, physical fitness, and moral character, the exceptional opportunity to:

  • receive a four-year education from an institution that consistently ranks among America's top colleges
  • benefit from a fully funded undergraduate education, including tuition, room and board, medical and dental care, and a monthly salary

Graduates of USMA have guaranteed careers as commissioned officers in the U.S. Army. Many graduates have gone on to enjoy fulfilling and well-paid military and civilian careers after completing their service.

 

FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES may request a brochure that explains how you can best prepare for applying to USMA at the first attached link.

 

JUNIORS may begin the application process now at the second attached link.

 

Students should start early if your goal is to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point. 

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1/25/16

If you are interested in taking independent tours/visits to colleges that may be of interest to you, please check out the attached links.

 

 

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1/15/16

Attached are two very important flyers in regards to the FAFSA. Please, note that you and/or your parents' 2015 tax information is required for completion. 

 

Please, review and see Mrs. Howell in the College & Career Center if you have any questions.

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12/7/15

Attached are the links of several websites that you may find helpful as you try to secure funding sources for college.

 

If you are looking for SCHOLARSHIPS, check out Tuition Funding Sources.

 

If you are looking for general information regarding FINANCIAL AID, check out Financial Aid Journey in 5 Videos and Budgeting for College Students.

 

 

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News

2/10/16

Take the KCKPS Community and Staff Survey

   We need your input! The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools is conducting a Community and Staff Survey to gauge perceptions of KCKPS, and to understand how the district is doing in terms of implementing its mission, vision and goals.

  Take a few minutes to complete the online survey. Responses are completely anonymous. The survey is online at http://kckps.org/survey.

 

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2/8/16

The Cleland Award was established to help eliminate hatred, violence, and bigotry against gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender (GLBT) person. The award provides financing for the college education of incoming freshmen at KU who have experienced discrimination, bullying, and/or violence based on the belief, real or perceived, that said students are gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or transgender; or for students who have exhibited support for GLBT persons. There will be one $9,000 scholarship awarded for the 2016-2017 academic year, which may be renewed for up to four years. The deadline to apply for the 2016-2017 school year is March 1, 2016.

 

The applications and additional information about this scholarship program is available online at the link posted below under the Special Kansas Freshman Scholarships section at the bottom.

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2/8/16

$2,500 - 20 Awards (Deadline: March 3, 2016)

 

To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:

  • Be a graduating high school seniors enrolling in engineering or geosciences. Upon successful completion of first-year studies and other criteria established by Shell, the recipient may be eligible to apply to receive a four-year renewable award of $5,000 annually.

Applications can be found by going to the link posted below.

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