Seniors and Parents of Seniors
A lot will be happening in the next few weeks. Here is a list of upcoming events:
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
May 23 Audition for Graduation Speakers
May 29 Senior Reception
May 30 National Honor Society Cords Inductee Ceremony
June 4 Last Senior Final Exams
June 5 All Senior Grades Submitted
June 5 Senior Last Day of School
June 5 Final Day to be Included to Walk at Graduation
June 5 Scholarship Night
June 6 Department Awards
June 6 Baccalaureate Practice
June 6 Alternative Schools Graduation
June 7 Graduation Practice Graduation Parade Senior Lunch
June 8 Graduation Ceremony for Class of 2019
KHS will have 5 late start dates in May to accommodate SBA (Smarter Balance Assessment) and WCAS
(Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science). Students who will be required to test on these days is as
May 14 & 16 – ELA SBA – ALL Sophomores and any Juniors that haven’t met grad
standard, as well as Juniors on IEP’s who will be participating in the Off Grade
assessment. Students will need to attend both days.
May 21 – Math SBA – All Sophomores
May 23 – Math SBA – Juniors who have not yet met the math standard.
Testing will start at 7:50 AM – 10:40 AM. Students who will require extra time will continue to test after the
10:40 AM time.
All students who are not testing will arrive at our Late Start time of 11:00 AM.
Transportation – On Late Start Testing Days….Buses will be on their normal bus run schedule. If the only
transportation to school for your child is the bus, and is not testing, they will be required to attend one of the
non-testing activities. School will start at 11:00 each day.
Library Final Due Dates
Final check out, Friday, May 24th.
All library materials are due Friday, May 31st.
Library fines must be paid in the library or the ASB Office by Friday, June 7th.
No Inter Library Loan after May 15th.
AP textbooks are due May 15th (or upon completion of AP tests).
Final check out, Thursday, May 30th.
All library materials are due Thursday, June 6th.
Library fines must be paid in the library or the ASB Office by Thursday, June 13th.
All library materials are due Thursday, June 13th.
Our music department is very busy in May. There are lots of opportunities for top notch musical entertainment!
May 16th– Band & Orchestra Awards Night, 6:30 pm in KHS Commons
May 20th– Orchestra Final Concert, 7:00 pm at LCC Rose Center for the Arts
May 21st– Band Final Concert, 7:00 pm at LCC Rose Center for the Arts
May 23rd– KSD Percussion Night, 7:00 pm at KHS Auditorium
May 28th– Choir Final Concert, 7:00 pm at LCC Rose Center for the Arts
May 31st– Jazz Final Concert, 7:00 pm at LCC Rose Center for the Arts
Kelso High School is participating in a great program called TEALS that pairs computer science volunteers with teachers who are introducing computer science classes at the high school. We are looking for volunteers for next year’s classes. If you have a degree in computer science or experience in computer programming and can dedicate about 1-2 hours a week (you’ll be done by 9:00 AM) please contact email@example.com for more information. We’d love to have you join our team as we prepare Kelso students for 21st century jobs. For more information, check out https://www.tealsk12.org/volunteers/.
Dean of Students
HEALTH ROOM INFORMATION:
The intent of Kelso High School’s health room is to provide emergency care until a student can be released to a parent/guardian or taken to a medical facility. There is very little space in the health room. The one available cot is for students who are truly ill, waiting to go home. The health room is not available to students for resting or sleeping. In order to be admitted temporarily to the health room, students must:
- Obtain a note from their classroom teacher.
- Check in with the nurse and sign in.
- Wait in the health room for release to parents/guardian or emergency contact.
If a student requires emergency aid, the above regulations will not be necessary. In this event, a student should report immediately to any Kelso High School staff member.
Washington State Law (RCW 28.A.210.260) prohibits staff members from distributing any kind of medication to a student without the appropriate procedure implemented. A current “Medication in School” form must be completed by the student’s medical practioner and parent/guardian, and must be on file in the KHS Health Room for medications that must be taken during school hours. The medication must be in its original container and properly labeled by the pharmacy with the student’s name and time and amount of dosage. Only the school nurse or designated secretary may dispense the medication to the student. No medication of any kind (including aspirin, Benadryl, Mylanta, etc.) are kept in Kelso High School’s health room for distribution to any student.
Parents, did you know that you can stay up to date with announcements, deadlines, and activities at Kelso High School by checking out the Daily Bulletin Page? These are the announcements that are read each day at school. This is also a great resource for Running Start students who miss these daily announcements.
Also check our monthly Newsletter for announcements and great information.
Check out our Career Center Page for information on Career Centers events and activities.