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KHS DAILY BULLETIN................DECEMBER  2017

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WINTER BREAK

Dec. 20 Early Release    1:00pm

Dec. 21-Jan. 2, 2018 NO SCHOOL


  • IMPORTANT DATES:

NOV. 27 TRIMESTER 2 STARTS

MAR. 8 END OF TRIMESTER 2

MAR. 9 TRIMESTER 3 STARTS

JUNE 7 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!



 

DRESS GIVEAWAY

Angel Closet provides formal dresses and accessories to high school girls in Longview, Kelso and surrounding communities for winter ball, at no cost!

Our dress shop has changing rooms and dresses in all sizes and styles!  1811 Washington Way, Longview

Ministry of Valley Christian Fellowship.....For more information call Angel Closet at 360-747-7178 or Check us out on Facebook

 The next Giveaways are: 

Jan 12th 3-6pm

Jan. 13th 10am-1pm

 

 

 

DECA FUNDRAISER..........MAKE-A-WISH PENNY DRIVE

WHAT:     Penny Drive

WHEN:     Dec. 11-15th

HOW:       Turn pennies in to your 2nd period classes

WINNER:  Top 3 winners receives TACOS!!


 

 

KHS TESTING SCHEDULE:

Jan. 30 EOC Math Retakes Library

2018 who have not met graduation standard in math

Mar. 5-8 SBA SMARTER BALANCE ELA IN CLASS

10th Grade(Class of 2020) LA10B Tri 2

Mar. 5-8 SBA SMARTER BALANCE MATH IN CLASS

Algebra 2B Tri 2/ALL 10th, 11th, 12th in Alg. 2 who have not met level 3 or 4

Mar. 27-29 SBA A9

Running Start/CEO/SMART-11th & 12th who have not met level 3 or 4

April 23 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

April 24 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

April 26 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

April 30 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

May 1 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

May 3 OFF GRADE LEVEL TESTING A9

2019 & 2020 graduation standard in any or all content areas

May 7 AP CHEMISTRY TESTING

May 8 NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE LATE START

The Class of 2019

May 9 AP ENGLISH LIT/COMP

May 10 AP US GOVT/POLITICS

May 11 AP US HISTORY

May 15 AP CALCULUS A/B & B/C

May 15 EOC Math Retakes A7/A9

2018 who have not met graduation standard in Math

May 17 SBA SMARTER BALANCE MATH LATE START

All 2018 not yet met level 3/Any 2019 not yet taken or passed/All 2020

May 17 AP WORLD HISTORY

May 22 SBA SMARTER BALANCE ELA LATE START

All LA 10B(2019) Tri 3/Students of 2018 & 2017 who have not met standard

May 23 SBA SMARTER BALANCE ELA A9

Make up Day

May 23 LATE AP CHEMISTRY

May 24 SBA SMARTER BALANCE ELA LATE START

All LA B(2019) Tri 3/Students of 2018 & 2017 who have not met standard

May 24 LATE AP US HISTORY/WORLD HISTORY
May 25 LATE AP CALCULUS A/B B/C--ENGLISH L/C---US GOVT/POLITICS

May 25 SBA SMARTER BALANCE ELA A9

Make up Day

May 30 STAMP A7/A9

All Languages


STUDENT PARKING:

  • STUDENT DRIVERS........IF YOU TURN IN A PARKING PERMIT APPLICATION, YOU WILL NOW BE ON A WAITING LIST. The General Parking passes are now GONE! If you bring in a parking permit application you will be put on a waiting list and will need to either PARK AT THE CHURCH OR ON ALLEN ST.until a parking space opens up. Parking permits MUST BE DISPLAYED in your front windshield to park in the KHS parking lot. Each vehicle that you drive will need a sticker, no swapping stickers between vehicles. THIS YEAR, STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARK IN THE LOT BEHIND RITE AID, YOU WILL BE TOWED!. 

 

 


 

MUSIC:

March 1st – District Band Festival, 7 pm @ KHS Gymnasium

March 6th – LCC Jazz Concert (with our band), 7:30 pm @ LCC

April 23rd – Big Band Throwback Fundraiser, 7pm @ LCC

May 15th – Band Concert, 7 pm @ LCC

May 16th – Orchestra Concert, 7 pm @ LCC

June 2nd – Guest Artist Jazz Concert, 7 pm @ LCC




CLUBS:

KNOWLEDGE BOWL COMPETITION-

Jan 10 - KHS

Feb 7 -  LaCenter


Knowledge Bowl practices after school every Tuesday and Thursday in B6! Anyone is allowed to join! History, Math, Science, Grammar! Bring your friends!


Class of 2020

The sophomore club has about 50 neck-ties (and taking donations) in A-10.  We planned on loaning them to students who would rather borrow a tie than buy one for Winter Ball (coming up on 1/27), and then making them available to any senior—to keep—who might want one (for job interviews, etc.).

The sophomores will publicize this info closer to Winter Ball, but if you know any student who may need a tie (for a job interview, game day, etc.), you can send them to A-10 to pick one out.  We gave away our first tie today (to a senior boy who had never owned one), which was cool.

 

       Native American Club

Jan. 11            Feb. 8

Mar. 1             Apr. 12

May 10

We will be meeting at Kelso High School in Room A-6 from 2:45 until 4:15.  

All secondary students are welcome.


 

Dec. 11-15th DECA Make-A-Wish Penny Drive


Dec. 14th FFA Poster Presentation of Mt. St Helens Data/WSU Vancouver



SPORTS:

Keep up with current sports activities by going to 

www.gshl.com

  • CLICK ON K FOR KELSO 
  • AND SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE


 

 

 

SENIORS:

In order for students in the graduating “Class of 2018” to earn a diploma and participate in graduation ceremonies, students MUST 

fulfill ALL American Government coursework including a community service project and final exit presentation.

 

Students are required to participate in twenty (20) hours of community service at a NON- PROFIT agency as a component of the American Government curriculum which is a graduation requirement. Students may choose the agency at which they will volunteer their time. Students are encouraged to complete their hours prior to their senior year. Summer is a great time to complete the service hours. A list of available volunteer opportunities are available in the Career Center. Please encourage your student to get ahead for their senior year by completing their hours this summer!

 

This is not a new requirement, it is simply a change to the process in which it is completed. Students are given class time each Wednesday during American Government to work on their final presentation.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS:

1.   Hours can begin the summer of your sophomore year going into your junior year of school.

2.   Hours must be complete through one agency.

3.   Hours are to be done OUTSIDE of class time and the school day.

4.   Students cannot get paid or receive any extra credit for their hours. 

5.   Hours must be at a NON-PROFIT agency. 

6.   Students cannot volunteer for a neighbor or relative, and a relative cannot be their supervisor.

 

EXIT PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS (below is a general outline of what is covered in presentation):

·   Self-Introduction: Introduce yourself, family info, school, classes, clubs, sports, hobbies, job, etc.

·   Introduce Service Project: Agency name, mission and brief history, why did student volunteer?

·   Growth: What skills did you learn, can you use them in your future, would you volunteer again?

·   Best Works: Share three best works (assignments, awards, projects you are proud of).

·   Beyond High School Plan: What are your post-graduation plans for next year?

·   Summary: What were your two most valuable courses at KHS and why?

·   Presentation must last between 8 and 12 minutes.

·   Students must dress in professional interview attire or volunteer uniform while presenting.

 

 

  • SENIOR PROJECT DUE DATE:

As a result of the senior project requirements being adjusted mid-trimester and needing to honor the presentation work that students had already completed in first trimester we are still requiring all students in American Government to “share” their presentation via google drive with their American Government teachers. That information was not included in the parent letter because first trimester is unique as we transition away from the presentation component of the project. If asked by students please explain to them that while there is no longer a formal presentation they will still need to complete a digital presentation in google slides and share it with their American Government teacher. Thank you for helping support this change. 

 

 

Seniors:the scholarship website has been under construction and is now back and ready for the 2017-18 school year! Check it out today! 

 

 

 

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