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Food Reminder

Outside food cannot be delivered for students to eat in the cafeteria.  Students are welcome to bring in lunch from home, but no outside food can be delivered by a restaurant or any other outside organization.

Meal Application

Have you completed the Meal Application?  If not click the link to go to the district webpage to complete the online form.

Meal Application Webpage

If you need a paper copy, they are available in the office.

Emergency Safety Intervention Information

North Front Door Procedures

The glass doors to enter the building will be locked and closed after 7:30 am. 

Students will not be able to enter the 2nd floor from the front, north stairwell (We will place signs on the doors).

After 7:30, ANYONE entering the building will be required to show an ID.

If a student enters the building without an ID, they will be asked to either leave and obtain an ID or they will be asked to purchase a new school ID at the attendance window. 

Any parent or visitor will need to check-in with the office at the attendance window. 

They will not enter the building unless absolutely necessary. A secretary will clear the visitor to enter the building.  If it is determined by a school personnel that a visitor needs to enter the building, then the officer at the front door will provide a visitor pass and radio that we have a visitor entering the building.

Students & Parents

Attendance Awareness Month September 2018
“Don’t Let Absences Add Up!”

Dear Stallion Families and Students,

School attendance is essential to academic success, but too often students, parents, and schools do not realize how quickly absences- excused as well as unexcused- can add up.  Chronic absence—missing 10% of the school year, or just 2-3 days every month can translate into third graders being unable to master reading, fifth graders failing courses, and ninth-graders dropping out of school.

Did you know?
A student’s attendance in September can, in most cases, be a good predictor of a chronic absenteeism throughout the school year.

By contrast, nearly half (49.5%) of those missing 2 to 4 days in September went on to miss 2 to 3 days each month. This totaled 25 days for the year. Even more concerning, 87.8% of students absent for more than 4 days in September missed and average of 6 to 9 days each month thereafter, leading to a total of 70 days on average for the school year.

Our school will be celebrating Attendance Awareness with the possible incentives below:
Free game and dance tickets
Fast food gift certificates
On-the-spot special recognition
Concessions certificates

Don’t forget!
At F.L. Schlagle High School, each day of learning starts at 7:25 a.m. Students need to be in classes ready to learn so that they don’t miss out on important instructional time. We appreciate your cooperation and partnership in ensuring your student makes it to school on time every day!


Know Your Timeline

As you get ready for the journey to college, the following timelines are important for your teen to follow. You don't want to put off preparing until the last minute, because you can miss important deadlines for testing, admissions, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities. If you need assistance with this college planning process, contact the College & Career Center, who can aid you in this journey.

Junior Year Activities

Fall – Winter

Contact colleges/programs of interest for visitations – visit some during school breaks.
Review your transcript with your guidance counselor.


Spring – Summer

  • Continue to visit colleges/programs of interest – spring break and summer are great times to visit out of town schools!
  • Take the ACT or SAT
  • Start search for scholarships
  • Select teachers, family friends to write recommendations
  • Prepare your resume (for scholarships and applications) and save it to update as needed
  • Prepare some general application essays

Senior Year Activities

September – November

  • Take ACT or SAT ... for scholarships / certain schools
  • Contact colleges / programs of interest to set up visits
  • Start applying for scholarships – see your school counselor for an updated list
  • Review your transcript with your counselor
  • Contact teachers, family friends to write recommendations
  • Refine your resume and update it as needed

November – December

  • Get your applications in EARLY by Thanksgiving – watch for deadlines, apply to more than one institution, and pick one in your local area ... just in case!
  • Retake ACT or SAT if necessary
  • Intensify your search for scholarships

January – February

  • Financial aid – prepare your income tax early, financial aid forms need to be filed as soon as possible. Know your colleges' priority deadlines! Get it done by February 15 and you will be safe.

March – June

  • Watch for admission letters to arrive
  • Make your final decisions
  • Notify your counselor of where to send your final transcript
  • Get ready to go to school!!!

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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) 

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