Monday, May 22, 2017

The KHS Young Democrats club will meet Tuesday.  Bring your $10 dues to our meeting Tuesday, B-block in Herr Kniess' room 4414. If you pay now you do not have to pay dues next year.

 

Ready to experience a new country, continent, and culture? KHS is planning a trip to Japan for 11 days in July of 2018.  An info meeting for students and parents will be Tuesday evening at 6:30 P.M. in the library. For more information, see Ms. Schilling or Ms. Lard.

 

Football has it’s big Spring Game next week on Wednesday at the KHS field.  Game time is 6PM.

 

If you’re interested in joining the Criminal Justice Club next year please attend a meeting in room 4209 today A lunch for more information and to meet the new officers for the upcoming year.

 

Seniors, please stop by the clinic any day after 2:50 to pick up any medication that you may have here.  All meds must be picked up by June 1st at 9:00a.m.  Any medications left will be destroyed.

 

Seniors:  from the cafeteria:   Seniors need to pay negative balances on their lunch accounts. Also refunds will start being issued to Seniors only.

 

Seniors,stop by the registrar’s office to send your final transcript.

 

Seniors, remember that mandatory graduation practice is Thursday in the KHS Gym at 2PM.

 

Tomorrow is the last night of open library from 6-8:00. NHS tutoring will not be available.

 

Teachers please distribute the wristbands for Tuesday’s food truck festival and read the flyer.  Only students with perfect attendance wristbands will be allowed outside at lunch on Tuesday.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Loss of sleep. Feeling tired for no reason. Feeling low or anxious. No longer interested in school or your friends. If you are experiencing these symptoms, they shouldn’t be ignored or brushed aside in the hopes that they go away. Like other diseases, we need to address mental health concerns early, identify the underlying illness, and plan an appropriate course of action on a path towards overall health. Find out more at MentalHealthAmerica.net and join the KHS Psychology Club and Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology classes today during lunch as we explore the common mental health illnesses that the average student suffers from and ways to help.

All donations will go to the National Alliance for Mental Illness.

 

Spanish Club members:  Our Spanish fiesta is today if you have pre-ordered from El Ranchero.   We will meet in  LGI 4310 during A and B lunch.

 

The KHS Young Democrats club will meet Tuesday.  Bring your $10 dues to our meeting Tuesday, B-block in Herr Kniess' room 4414. If you pay now you do not have to pay dues next year."

 

Ready to experience a new country, continent, and culture? KHS is planning a trip to Japan for 11 days in July of 2018.  An informational meeting for students and parents will be Tuesday, May 23 at 6:30 A.M. in the library. For more information, see Ms. Schilling or Ms. Lard.

 

"Ladies... Donate your formal dresses to help others attend their prom. Any new or gently used prom, bridesmaid, or homecoming dresses can be donated, as well as your purses, jewelry, or heels. Drop off what you can in office 2100 this week and give your old clothes a new life!"

 

Football has it’s big Spring Game next week on Wednesday at the KHS field.  Game time is 6PM.

 

If you’re interested in joining the Criminal Justice Club next year  please attend a meeting in room 4209 on Monday A lunch for more information and to meet the new officers for the upcoming year.

 

The NHS benefit concert is tonight on the KHS football field.  Old skewl will be playing along with a lot of KHS student talent so come on out and enjoy the good times.

 

Seniors, please stop by the clinic any day after 2:50 to pick up any medication that you may have here.  All meds must be picked up by June 1st at 9:00a.m.  Any medications left will be destroyed.

 

Seniors:  from the cafeteria:   Seniors  need to pay negative balances on their lunch accounts. Also refunds will start being issued to Seniors only.

 

 

 

Seniors:  The registrars will have a table out at lunch today for you to easily order your final transcript.  Cost is $2.00.  If you are going to any college, you MUST send a final transcript.

 

L3 Foundation's Dancer’s Kickin’ Cancer Danceathon is this Saturday, May 20. We are joining forces with our community, with our sights set on raising over $20,000 to fund pediatric cancer research and help families fighting cancer!  This Saturday  3-7 pm            in the KHS gym.  $25 pre-registration, includes a T-shirt

 

"Juniors class of 2018! Send tshirt designs or ideas for our Senior class tshirt next year to an officer, to our twitter @khsclassof18, or to our email, khsclassof18@gmail.com, by this Friday.

 

And finally, Seniors, remember that mandatory graduation practice is next Thursday in the KHS Gym at 2PM.

 

There will be no further announcements or music today after 11:58 due to testing.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Teachers, if you haven’t already, please pass out the perfect attendance cards to your students.  Turn in the cards to the Perfect Attendance box at the Greeter’s desk today or Thursday.  Winners get a Chick-fil-A gift card.  Keep up that perfect attendance because the food trucks are coming back.

 

Congratulations to the Lady Mustang Golf Team!  The girls placed 6th at he State Tournament Monday and Tuesday at Legacy Hills in Georgetown .  Great job by Jackie Barry, Libby Singleton, Megan Tragesser, Kaitlyn Charles and Marybeth Bellnap.  A special shout out to Jackie Barry who placed 2nd individual.  WAY TO GO MUSTANG GOLF!

 

 

What would you think if your doctor used the phrase “Stage 4” when talking about your health? For many illnesses, Stage 4 means trouble. When we think about cancer or heart disease, we don’t wait years to treat them. We start well before Stage 4 if we can—we begin with prevention. So why don’t we do the same for individuals who are dealing with potentially serious mental illness? It’s time to change the conversation. May is Mental Health Month and the KHS Psychology Club is calling attention to the importance of addressing mental health symptoms early, identifying potential underlying illnesses, and planning an appropriate course of action on a path towards overall health. Find out more at www.mentalhealthamerica.net and visit the mental health awareness fair this Friday during lunch.This message is brought to you as a public service of the KHS Psychology club and Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology Classes.

 

 

"If you want to have and attend political powwows of KHS Young Democrats club, then bring your $10 dues to our meeting next Tuesday, B-block in Herr Kniess' room 4414. If you pay now you do not have to pay dues next year."

 

 

Yearbooks go out today for all grades. Bring an ID to the flex area during lunch.

 

"Ladies... Donate your formal dresses to help others attend their prom. Any new or gently used prom, bridesmaid, or homecoming dresses can be donated, as well as your purses, jewelry, or heels. Drop off what you can in office 2100 this week and give your old clothes a new life!"

 

 The last blood drive of the year is this week, please sign up at lunch.

 

The Psychology club invites you to join us for the upcoming Psychology movie night this Thursday night in LGI 2310 at 6pm.  Any Junior or Senior is invited to attend.  Please see Mrs. Sano in room 2109 for more info.

 

Football has it’s big Spring Game next week on Wednesday at the KHS field.  Game time is 6PM.

 

If you’re interested in joining the Criminal Justice Club next year  please attend a meeting in room 4209 on Monday A lunch for more information and to meet the new officers for the upcoming year.

 

The NHS benefit concert is this Friday evening on the KHS football field.  Old skewl will be playing along with a lot of KHS student talent so come on out and enjoy the good times.

 

Seniors, please stop by the clinic any day after 2:50 to pick up any medication that you may have here.  All meds must be picked up by June 1st at 9:00a.m.  Any medications left will be destroyed.

 

Seniors:  from the cafeteria:   Seniors  need to pay negative balances on their lunch accounts. Also refunds will start being issued to Seniors only.

 

 

 

Seniors:  The registrars will have a table out at lunch today for you to easily order your final transcript.  Cost is $2.00.  If you are going to any college, you MUST send a final transcript.

 

Seniors, if you are attending the reception at Greentree on Thursday, stop by the attendance office for a check-out pass.

 

L3 Foundation's Dancer’s Kickin’ Cancer Danceathon is this Saturday, May 20. We are joining forces with our community, with our sights set on raising over $20,000 to fund pediatric cancer research and help families fighting cancer!  This Saturday  3-7 pm        in the KHS gym.  $25 pre-registration, includes a T-shirt

 

"Juniors class of 2018! Send tshirt designs or ideas for our Senior class tshirt next year to an officer, to our twitter @khsclassof18, or to our email, khsclassof18@gmail.com, by this Friday.

And finally, Seniors, remember that mandatory graduation practice is next Thursday in the KHS Gym at 2PM.

 

 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Yearbooks go out today for Juniors and Seniors only.  Please bring an ID to the flex area during lunch.

 

 

"Free up room in your closet for a great cause. Donate your formal dresses this week to help the local youth attend their senior prom! Any new or gently used prom, bridesmaid, or homecoming dresses can be donated, as well as your purses, jewelry, or heels. Drop off what you can in office 2100 this week, May 15-19th and give your old clothes a new life!"

 

 

 

 

The last blood drive of the year is this week, please sign up at lunch.

 

As we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, the KHS Psychology club invites you to join them for their upcoming Psychology movie night this Thursday night in LGI 2310 at 6pm.  Any Junior or Senior is invited to attend.  Please see Mrs. Sano in room 2109 for more information.

 

Football has it’s big Spring Game next week on Wednesday at the KHS field.  Game time is 6PM.  Fun, food, games and prizes.  Wednesday 6PM

 

If you’re interested in joining the Criminal Justice Club next year  please attend a meeting in room 4209 for more information and to meet the new officers for the upcoming year.

 

 

Service Learning Club will meet today during A and B lunch to hear speeches from our candidates and then to vote.  Lunch is included so please join us.

 

The NHS benefit concert is this Friday evening on the KHS football field.  Old skewl will be playing along with a lot of KHS student talent so come on out and enjoy the good times.

 

 

Seniors, please stop by the clinic any day after 2:50 to pick up any medication that you may have here.  All meds must be picked up by June 1st at 9:00a.m.  Any medications left will be destroyed.

 

Seniors:  from the cafeteria:   Seniors  need to pay negative balances on their lunch accounts. Also refunds will start being issued to Seniors only.

 

 

 

Seniors:  The registrars will have a table out at lunch today for you to easily order your final transcript.  Cost is $2.00.  If you are going to any college, you MUST send a final transcript.

 

Seniors, if you are attending the reception at Willow Creek today, or the one at Greentree on Thursday, stop by the attendance office for a check-out pass.

 

L3 Foundation's Dancer’s Kickin’ Cancer Danceathon is this Saturday, May 20. We are joining forces with our community, with our sights set on raising over $20,000 to fund pediatric cancer research and help families fighting cancer!  May 20th   3-7 pm    in the KHS gym.  $25 pre-registration, includes a T-shirt

 

 

Just as everyone fits on a spectrum of health, everyone fits on a spectrum of mental health. When we think about cancer, heart disease, or diabetes, we don’t wait years to treat them. So why don’t we do the same for individuals who are dealing with potentially serious mental illness? Mental Health Awareness month calls attention to the importance of addressing mental health symptoms early, identifying potential underlying illnesses, and planning an appropriate course of action on a path towards overall health. Learn how you can protect and improve your health by visiting www.mentalhealthamerica.net. And, visiting the KHS mental health fair this Friday during lunch. This message is brought to you as a public service of the KHS Psychology Club and Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology Classes.

 

"Juniors class of 2018! Send tshirt designs or ideas for our Senior class tshirt next year to an officer, to our twitter @khsclassof18, or to our email, khsclassof18@gmail.com, by this Friday.

Monday, May 15, 2017

 

The last blood drive of the year is this week, please sign up at lunch.

 

As we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, the KHS Psychology club invites you to join them for their upcoming Psychology movie night this Thursday night in LGI 2310 at 6pm.  Any Junior or Senior is invited to attend.  Please see Mrs. Sano in room 2109 for more information.

 

Football has it’s big Spring Game this Wednesday at the KHS field.  Game time is 6PM.  Fun, food, games and prizes.  Wednesday 6PM

 

Service Learning Club will meet on Tuesday during A and B lunch to hear speeches from our candidates and then to vote.  Lunch is included so please join us.

 

The NHS benefit concert is this Friday evening on the KHS football field.

 

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible. But not all of us think about our mental health enough. It’s time to change that. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the KHS Psychology Club and Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology Classes would like to draw attention to the importance of addressing mental health symptoms early, identifying potential underlying illnesses, and planning an appropriate course of action on a path towards overall health.

 

Come learn more this Friday during lunch in the Theater Hall and help us raise awareness about the issues commonly found on our campus.This message is brought to you as a public service of the KHS Psychology Club and Mental Health America.net

 

Congrats to our Science Olympiad students that did well at State competition.  1st place in Rocks and Minerals went to Marshall Hartung and Ryan Hartung.  4th place in Optics went to- Tyson Butterfield and Alex Gagne

 

Seniors, please stop by the clinic any day after 2:50 to pick up any medication that you may have here.  All meds must be picked up by June 1st at 9:00a.m.  Any medications left will be destroyed.

 

Seniors:  from the cafeteria:   Seniors  need to pay negative balances on their lunch accounts. Also refunds will start being issued to Seniors only.

 

Seniors:  The registrars will have a table out at lunch today for you to easily order your final transcript.  Cost is $2.00.  If you are going to any college, you MUST send a final transcript.

 

L3 Foundation's Dancer’s Kickin’ Cancer Danceathon is this Saturday, May 20. We are joining forces with our community, with our sights set on raising over $20,000 to fund pediatric cancer research and help families fighting cancer!  May 20th   3-7 pm    in the KHS gym.  $25 pre-registration, includes a T-shirt

 

 

Monday, May 1, 2017

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on Monday, May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

 The library will be closed during school hours for two weeks, May 1-12 for testing. We will be open before & after school. All library books need to be returned and fines paid by May 15. You will not be able to exempt finals with outstanding library fines.

 

'Sup Musical People??!! The annual NHS Benefit Concert is quickly approaching! If you would like to play or sing at the concert contact Mrs. Forys or Peyton Wray by May 1st!

 

 

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Gymnastics finished up a record breaking season at the State Meet in Odessa this past weekend.

 

After 2 days of very tight competition, the Boys finished 2nd Place to Bryan-Rudder by 6 tenths of a point, 342.0 to 341.4. Rudder is the only team to beat Kingwood all season.

 

The boys were lead by senior co-captain Jared Miscisin and junior Chris Kuzmickas. In his last High School competition Jared Miscisin posted his very first, and second, perfect 10 on day 1 on the floor and rings.

 

Jared finished the weekend as the State Champion on Floor and Pommels, 4th on Rings, 7th on vault, 2nd on P-Bars, 4th on High Bar, and 2nd All-Around.

 

Chris Kuzmickas finished 7th on pommels, 2nd on vault, 7th on P-Bars, 3rd on High Bar, and 5th All-Around.

 

Senior Co-Captain Kevin Abbot finished 6th on Rings, and Junior Zech Wittenberg finished 5th on floor.

 

Capping off an incredible weekend Jared Miscisin earned 2 separate scholarships from the Coaches organization for his gymnastics performance, academic excellence, strong character and work-ethic. Jared will be attending Texas A&M where he will be a member of the Gymnastics Team.

 

 

The Boys track team had a great season qualifying two runners to the State Meet.

 

Carter Storm Region III 3200 meter champion

Trent Nolen Region III 1600 meter Champion

 

other great Performances

Jeremy Rich - 4th place iin the 1600

George Cyboran - 6th Place in the 1600

 

Mile Relay finished 6th - Donovan Josey, Matthew Abrahams, Darrell Edwards, Dwason Trudell.

 

Go MUSTANGS!! Good Luck at STATE!!

JUNIORS, COOKIE DOUGH will be here on Wednesday May 10th after school 3:00.  Juniors can pickup their cookie dough around the back of the school do not come inside school to pick-up. Flyers are in all Jr. History and English classes. If you have any questions see your class officers or go by room 2105 Mr. Scalia's room someone will be there to answer your questions. Wednesday MAY 10th COOKIE DOUGH!

 

 

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on Monday, May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

 The library will be closed during school hours for two weeks, May 1-12 for testing. We will be open before & after school. All library books need to be returned and fines paid by May 15. You will not be able to exempt finals with outstanding library fines.

 

The annual powder puff game is tonight at 6:30 at the KHS field.  Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.  The seniors are taking on the juniors so come out and watch the fun.

 

Attention all Science NHS members and all students who love science.  Join Science NHS for our first movie night Thursday night at 630PM in LGI 2310.  We are watching "Of Ants and Men" a documentary chronicling the life and accomplishments of Dr. E.O. Wilson, who has been described as the Charles Darwin of our time.  Drinks and popcorn provided.  The theme is "socks and science"!  Dress in your craziest socks and bring some new socks to donate to those in need.  Again, LGI 2310 This Thursday at 630PM.

 

Project Graduation has a spirit night fundraiser tonight at Raising Cane’s pizza from noon to 10 PM and another spirit night on Friday at Papa Johns from 10AM to 11:30 PM

 

'Sup Musical People??!! The annual NHS Benefit Concert is quickly approaching! If you would like to play or sing at the concert contact Mrs. Forys or Peyton Wray by May 1st!

 

 

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

 The library will be closed during school hours for two weeks, May 1-12 for testing. We will be open before & after school. All library books need to be returned and fines paid by May 15. You will not be able to exempt finals with outstanding library fines.

 

The annual powder puff game is this Wednesday night at 6:30 at the KHS field.  Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.  The seniors are taking on the juniors so come out and watch the fun.

 

Congratulations to those competing in state Science Olympiad this weekend. And especially to Marshall and Ryan Hartung for 1st place in rocks and minerals and to Tyson Butterfield and Alex Gagne for 4th place in optics.

 

Seniors, the panoramic picture is on sale today at lunch in the commons.  See the website for more info.

 

Attention all Science NHS members and all students who love science.  Join Science NHS for our first movie night Thursday night at 630PM in LGI 2310.  We are watching "Of Ants and Men" a documentary chronicling the life and accomplishments of Dr. E.O. Wilson, who has been described as the Charles Darwin of our time.  Drinks and popcorn provided.  The theme is "socks and science"!  Dress in your craziest socks and bring some new socks to donate to those in need.  Again, LGI 2310 This Thursday at 630PM.

 

Project Graduation has a spirit night fundraiser this Wednesday at Raising Cane’s pizza from noon to 10 PM and another spirit night on Friday at Papa Johns from 10AM to 11:30 PM

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Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

 The library will be closed during school hours for two weeks, May 1-12 for testing. We will be open before & after school. All library books need to be returned and fines paid by May 15. You will not be able to exempt finals with outstanding library fines.

 

The annual powder puff game is this Wednesday night at 6:30 at the KHS field.  Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.  The seniors are taking on the juniors so come out and watch the fun.

 

Congratulations to those competing in state Science Olympiad this weekend. And especially to Marshall and Ryan Hartung for 1st place in rocks and minerals and to Tyson Butterfield and Alex Gagne for 4th place in optics.

 

Seniors, the panoramic picture is on sale today at lunch in the commons.  See the website for more info.

 

Attention all Science NHS members and all students who love science.  Join Science NHS for our first movie night Thursday night at 630PM in LGI 2310.  We are watching "Of Ants and Men" a documentary chronicling the life and accomplishments of Dr. E.O. Wilson, who has been described as the Charles Darwin of our time.  Drinks and popcorn provided.  The theme is "socks and science"!  Dress in your craziest socks and bring some new socks to donate to those in need.  Again, LGI 2310 This Thursday at 630PM.

 

Project Graduation has a spirit night fundraiser this Wednesday at Raising Cane’s pizza from noon to 10 PM and another spirit night on Friday at Papa Johns from 10AM to 11:30 PM

 

Attention Service Learning Club Members:   Interviews to become an officer of the club will take place today during A and B lunch.

 

'Sup Musical People??!! The annual NHS Benefit Concert is quickly approaching! If you would like to play or sing at the concert contact Mrs. Forys or Peyton Wray by May 1st!

Monday, April 24th, 2017

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

 

Attention all Science NHS members and all students who love science.  Join Science NHS for our first movie night Thursday night at 630PM in LGI 2310.  We are watching "Of Ants and Men" a documentary chronicling the life and accomplishments of Dr. E.O. Wilson, who has been described as the Charles Darwin of our time.  Drinks and popcorn provided.  The theme is "socks and science"!  Dress in your craziest socks and bring some new socks to donate to those in need.  Again, LGI 2310 This Thursday at 630PM.

 

Project Graduation has a spirit night fundraiser this Wednesday at Papa Johns pizza from noon to 10 PM.

 

Attention Service Learning Club Members:   Interviews to become an officer of the club will take place on Tuesday during A and B lunch.  Please turn in your form by Monday afternoon to Señora Otsuka in room 4304.

 

'Sup Musical People??!! The annual NHS Benefit Concert is quickly approaching! If you would like to play or sing at the concert contact Mrs. Forys or Peyton Wray by May 1st!

 

 

 

If you are running for an officer position in Ambassador Club for the 2017-2018 school year, your 1 page candidacy essay is due to Mrs. Hale in 1211 by today.  Voting will occur next week during B block lunch next Monday.  There is no Ambassador Club meeting today.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Listen up Seniors!

 

The last day to buy prom tickets is this Wednesday! That’s tomorrow!  All tickets must be purchased before lunch ends. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door!

 

On Friday, all seniors MUST report to 1st and 2nd period before being released to the auditorium for senior favorites. After senior favorites, we're moving outside for the annual senior panoramic picture, then starts all the fun at Senior Picnic! If you want to participate in the pyramid building contest or tug-of-war competition at Senior Picnic, you must sign up your team on the Class of 2017 page located on the Kingwood High School website under "Activities" before this Friday.

 

Also, there's nothing on the "SENIOR PICNIC GAME SIGNUPS" tab as of the time of this being sent...

 

"Juniors and Seniors interested in volunteering for an Ecology Day at Riverwood Middle please meet in Mr. McGrew's room, 4002, A OR B block today..  See you there."

 

"Attention students!  The Annual Dodgeball Tournament is on!  Teams of 5 can complete and registration costs $25 per team.  Get together with some friends and sign up in Mr. Ballay's room, 2107.  The tournament takes place during lunch the week of May 15-19."

 

NHS Members: there is a meeting for new inductees and junior members returning next year Wednesday, April 26th, at 3 p.m. in the auditorium. There is NO meeting this Thursday. I repeat no meeting this Thursday. It's Wednesday, April 26th, for inductees and returning members. Senior members, we will have a meeting the first week of May as usual.

 

The library will be closed for testing during school hours this Wed & Thurs but open during lunch. However, the library will be closed during lunch on Friday.

 

 

 

 

The Kingwood Young Democrats are hosting an ice cream social today in LGI 4310 during A and B blocks. Come by and meet the members and find out about the club and have some free ice cream.

 

Class officer candidates, please check the StuCo website for your principal interview times.

 

Gymnastics competed in Regional Championships last week at Atascocita High School.

 

After the 2 day competition Kingwood boys and girls teams each finished 2nd place.

 

The girls were lead by Sophomore Captain Alexa Nichols finishing 2nd on Vault, 4th on Bars, and 3rd All-Around. Junior Shannon Pelfrey finished 5th on Beam and 4th on Floor.

 

While the girls had their best meet of the season finishing 2nd place beating out rival Atascocita for the first time this year, they fell just 0.525 short of qualifying into the State meet as a team.

 

Individual qualifiers to state are: Alexa Nichols, Brianna AlsupCarper, Shannon Pelfrey.

 

Boys were lead by Senior Co Captain Jared Miscisin who finished 2nd on Floor, Pommels, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, High Bar and All-Around. Zech wittenberg was 4th on Floor, 5th on Pommels and 3rd on vault. Chris Kuzmickas was 5th on pommels, 3rd on rings, 4th on high bar and 4th All-Around. Senior Co Captain Kevin Abbott was 4th on rings and 3rd on vault.

 

The boys team finished 2nd behind Rudder high School and advance to State meet ranked 3rd.

Thursday, April 13

Faculty members or students at least 18 years or older can come to LGI 2310 today during lunch and to see if you are eligible to donate bone marrow.  It just takes a few minutes.  Stop by at lunch today.

 

Teachers, please review Dr. Bell’s email for the 6th period activity.

 

The Psychology Club will be hosting a movie night tonight at 6pm in LGI 2210. Club members and AP Psychology students are welcome to attend and are encouraged to bring a friend.  Permission slips are available on the club website or in room 2109.  A permission slip must be on file with Mrs. Sano to attend.  A donation of $2.00 will be taken at the door. Popcorn will be served.

 

The Psychology club will have lunch together today during A block.

 

AP Psychology Exam review will take place during B block in room 2109 today.

 

"Juniors and Seniors interested in volunteering for an Ecology Day at Riverwood Middle please meet in Mr. McGrew's room, 4002, A OR B block Tuesday the 18th.

 

Sophomore or Junior in preAP science? Want to hang out with cool science kids? Want to join Science National Honor Society? Go to Mr. Ripps  room in 4000 or Mr. McGrew room in 4002 to learn about how to join! Deadline is April 30th!

 

The online process for the 2017-2018 student parking lottery will begin on May 1st.  Please go to the KHS home page and click on the "Student Parking Information" link for more details.

 

You are invited to the final performance of the region qualifying production of The Diviners, our entry into the 2017 UIL One Act Play Contest.  This is the final performance on the KHS for many of our seniors.  We hope you will come out and see them one last time. The performance is tonight at 7:30 pm with the production lasting approximately 40 minutes.  There is no entry fee for this production but we will accept donations for scholarships

 

Current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors wishing to seek a position as a class officer for next year, need to attend the meeting today during B lunch in the StuCo room 2700.

Tuesday, April 4

Student Council would like to announce our officers for next year

 

Student Body President:  Annie Ortiz

Vice President:  Leah Sanders

Secretary:  Marissa Amar

Treasurer:  Temple Trapp

Historian:  Emmy McGill

 

Attention anyone that may be interested in trying out for Fillies.. There will be an informational meeting on April 6 at 6:00 PM in the auditorium.  You can also stop by Mrs. Lewis office in the dance room to get a try-out packet.

 

Go to 3B’s on Wednesday with the flyer from the Project Grad website for a spirit night.  A percentage of sales will go to Project Grad.

                     

Attention Service Learning club members, we will meet today in LGI 4310 during A and B lunch.

 

NHS New Members: Induction is this Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the auditorium. You need arrive by 5:30. More details are available in your acceptance packet.

 

NHS members: There will be a mandatory meeting in the auditorium on Thursday during B-Block. Make arrangements to be there or fill out an excuse form and turn it in to 2411.

 

NHS members: If you are interested in running for officer for next year, there will be an informational meeting Thursday B-Block in room 2411. If you are a current member wanting to run, please attend the meeting in 2411 instead of the member meeting in the auditorium. They will be taking place simultaneously. If you cannot attend the meeting, stop by 2411 to put your name on the candidate list.

 

Congrats to Mrs. Audra Langston.  She was chosen as the KHS Super Staffer for March.  Mrs. Langston is the lead coach of our world-recognized speech and debate team.

 

One Act Play has advanced to the Region contest for the first time in ten years.  The company received best overall crew.  Individual awards go to Catherine Monteleone and Trent Jones for Honorable mention All star cast, and Frankie Chuter for All Star cast and Sara Sonnier for best technician.  The regional contest is next Saturday afternoon at San Jac College.

 

Choir has their spring concert tonight.  Varsity baseball takes on CE King at home tonight

 

Tonight, tonight tonight….Girls Soccer competes in the Regional Quarter final game at Channelview ISD Stadium at 7PM  Only 8 teams remain in Region 3.  It’s about a half-hour drive to Channelview so come out and cheer on the Mustangs tonight.

 

 

Monday, April 3, 2017

Attention Service Learning club members:  We are meeting tomorrow during A and B lunch to have our pot luck luncheon.. Please bring something to share for lunch as well as facts about distracted driving for the month of April.  T-shirts will also be available.

 

Kingwood High School students bring home awards, placing 3rd overall at the Texas French Symposium.  31 students attended and every student scored, the list is long so it has been shortened to a few highlights.

First Place French Club Scrapbook

First Place Digital Art & Media - Anna Pham

First Place Drama Solo - Emily Grantham

First Place Drama Solo - Raul Diaz

First Place Comic Strip - Anna Pham

2nd Place vocal group - Jessica Bynum, Zach Cantrell, Raul Diaz, Vanessa Rodriguez, Bianca Roman, Sydney Svagerko and Teagan Trapp

3rd Place Video

And, ... drum roll please: 9th place for Individual Student Sweepstakes - Charlotte Badot

If you see these students, please congratulate them, they deserve high praise.

 

Attention anyone that may be interested in trying out for Fillies.. There will be an informational meeting on April 6 at 6:00 PM in the auditorium.  You can also stop by Mrs. Lewis office in the dance room to get a try-out packet.

 

Girls Soccer defeated Friendswood last Friday night making them AREA champions….and will now advance to the Regional Quarterfinals Tuesday night, 7PM at Channelview ISD stadium.

 

Pack the house tonight as girls lacrosse takes on The Woodlands here at the KHS field.  Games are at 6:30 and 8:30.

 

Break a leg to our theatre department and the UIL One Act Play today at Area competition at San Jac college.

 

 

Monday, March 27, 2017

 

A reminder to everyone that not only should you always have your school ID with you…you MUST show it during testing this week.

 

"If you're planning on going to see FootLoose the Musical, you must pay Mr.

Wrentz $5.00 by the end of the day this Wednesday.  If we do not get 40 students, the trip will be cancelled"

 

Seniors:  Prom tickets are now on sale for  $65 until Friday.  After that they will be $80 each.  Prom guest forms are on the Class of 2017 website and must be completed before you buy their ticket.

 

Seniors, please go to the KHS website and fill out the Self Reporting Scholarship form.  We need a total dollar amount of your scholarship…this will be announced at graduation.

 

Seniors go to the KHS website and vote for the Project Grad T-shirt design.

 

The library will be closed during school hours for testing Tuesday to Friday.

 

Please remember to bring in teddy bears and gently used children’s books for the NTHS drive to help children when their parents are arrested.  Please help a child to by giving them happiness and hope.

 

Girls Soccer won last Friday night and advances to the Area Round this Thursday at 7pm at Channelview ISD Stadium.

 

Seniors -  Do you qualify to receive a Polyglot Award? If you have taken two or more years of one language and at least one year of a different foreign language, please come see Mrs. DeVault in 4309 to add your name to the list of potential honorees.  Both languages must have been studied during grades 9 - 12.  Names are needed by this Thursday afternoon.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the UIL One Act Play Company as they placed 2nd at the Bi-District contest and advanced to Area for the first time in 5 years.  Individual honors went to Trent Jones and Catherine Monteleone for Honorable Mention All Star Cast, Nick Kerstens - All Star Cast, Best Overall Technician - Jade Chang, and Best Actor went to Frankie Chuter.  Congratulations to all and Break a Leg next Monday at Area.

 

Congrats to the UIL Academic, Speech and Debate teams for winning the District 21 6A Championship this weekend! Kingwood will be sending its most ever to Regionals this year!

Some highlights include:

District Champions in

Science

Math

Social Studies

Current Events

Persuasive Speaking

Lincoln Douglas Debate

Journalism

Literary Criticism

Poetry

Ready Writing

 

All students please meet at the Mustang statue Wednesday B Block with your medals for a quick pic!

 

 

 

Gymnastics competed well at their District Meet Friday.  Boys Team Dominated the competition once again with Senior Captain Jared Miscisin wining Floor, Pommels, Rings, Parallel Bars, High Bar and All-Around.  The girls team was lead by Sophomore Alexa Nichols who won Vault helping the team to a 2nd Place finish.  Both teams advanced to the Regional meet held at Atascocita April 12-13.

Thursday, March 23rd

 

 

AP students:  AP exam registration ends tomorrow.

 

Girls Soccer will be in the bi-district round of playoffs this Friday vs Beaumont Westbrook at 7PM in Beaumont.  If you want to ride the free fan bus, get the form at the greeters desk today.   The ride is free,  just bring money for tickets and food.

 

Best Buddies has a spirit night at the new Kingwood Panda Express today from noon to 8pm.  Print out a flyer from the Best Buddies website before you go.

 

Seniors:  Prom tickets are now on sale for  $65 up to March 31st.  After that they will be $80 each.  You buy prom tickets by alphabetical order.  A through L will go to house 4200 and M to Z will go to House 2100.  Cash or Check only.  Prom guest forms are available on the Class of 2017 website but pay attention….the guest form must be completed before you buy their ticket.

 

Seniors, please go to the KHS website and fill out the Self Reporting Scholarship form.  We need a total dollar amount of your scholarship…this will be announced at graduation.

 

Seniors go to the KHS website and vote for the Project Grad T-shirt design.

 

The library will be closed during school hours for testing Tues Mar 28-31.

 

Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology classes and The KHS Psychology club will be discussing and participating in an Art Therapy activity today  during B Block lunch.  Any interested junior or senior is welcome to come and participate.  We meet in room 2109.  No artistic ability required. Come find out about this new career in the field of Psychology.

 

Did you know that in 2007 there were almost 810,000 parents with minor children present who were arrested nationwide? If possible the arresting officer will provide the children a present during the arrest, a teddy bear for comfort. The bears are kept in the trunk of the patrol car.

The district wide National Technical Honor Society (NTHS for short) based at the CATE center wants to make a difference in our community. We are starting our first annual drive called Books and Bears. We will collect both teddy bears and new or gently used children’s books to support the efforts of our local police.

On behalf of all National Honor Society members, we would like to ask for your donations of stuffed animal and/or children’s book in good condition. There will be a labeled box at the Front Desk at the entry of the school to drop off the donations.  Please help a child to by giving them happiness and hope.           

 

Over spring break the Speech and Debate team competed at the Texas Forensic Association State meet in Plano TX. This is an open class with private schools competing from across the state of Texas. KHS qualified 20 students for the prestigious state meet.

Sophomores Leila Saklou and Emily Grantham finished 9th in Public Forum Debate

Juniors Alex Gagne and Jeff Gifford finished 17th in Public Forum Debate

Senior Mason Duncan was a quarterfinalist in Dramatic Interpretation

 

The last weekend of spring break the debate team qualified 2 teams to the State UIL CX Debate State Championship in Austin. Seniors Sam Cavnar-Johnson and Ronan Padhye finished 9th in the state 6A championship.

 

Congratulations to the Lady Mustang JV Track and Field Team for an outstanding win last night.  They defeated second place by over 100 points.  The team was led by:

 

Madison Brown who placed first in the Discus

Sydney Ferris won the High Jump

Sarah Rose won both the Long Jump and the Triple Jump

Grace Kauderer won the Pole Vault

Rachel Braden won the 3200

Sydney Goodman won the 800

Stephanie Alfaro won both the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles

and Daniela Wisiniewski won the 1600

Way to go, ladies!

Monday, March 20, 2017

 

AP students:  This is the last week to register for AP exams--the deadline is Friday March 24th.

 

Girls Soccer will be in the bi-district round of playoffs this Friday vs Beaumont Westbrook at 7PM in Beaumont.

 

 KHS Science Olympiad is State Bound!        The A team took 1st place at Regionals at Texas A&M in San Antonio. Out of 18 events, they won eight 1st place medals, eight 2nd place, and one 3rd place. The B team also won five 3rd place medals.

 

Congratulations to the Lady Mustang Track and Field team for a good performance at the True Team Meet on Saturday.  The team was led by:

Jordan Charles and Eden Pratt who finished first and second in the High Jump

Sarah Antrich who won both the 3200 and the 1600

Rachel James who finished 3rd in the 3200 and 2nd in the 1600

Brianna Nolen placed 2nd in both the 800 and 400.

The 800 Meter Relay team of Sydney Hart, Savannah Wartenbach, Amber Nunnery and Sydney Sonderer placed 2nd

And the 1600 Meter Relay team of London White, Eden Pratt, Amber Nunnery, and Brianna Nolen placed 3rd.

Great job, ladies and good luck at Rice this weekend.

 

Best Buddies has a spirit night at the new Kingwood Panda Express this Thursday from noon to 8pm.  Print out a flyer from the Best Buddies website before you go.

 

Seniors:  Prom tickets go on sale today.  Tickets are $65 up to March 31st.  After that they will be $80 each.  You buy prom tickets by alphabetical order.  A through L will go to house 4200 and M to Z will go to House 2100.  Cash or Check only.  Prom guest forms are available on the Class of 2017 website

 

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

 

Seniors, local scholarship packets are due this Friday at 3PM.  It is not to late to apply.  Scholarship packets can be found on the KHS website or they can be picked in the college room.

 

The class of 2020 is having a spirit night at Raising Cane's tonight from 4p-9p.  Please mention Freshman class or bring flyer from the Class of 2020 website.

 

For five dollars, you can go see Footloose at Miller outdoor theater.  Sign up and pay at the Theater classroom by The 29th.

 

The Escape Room will be at lunch Thursday with Finals on Friday.

 

Due to the rains over the past few days, the Men's and Women's Soccer teams will be playing at Turner Stadium tonight against Summer Creek.  The Women's Varsity play at 4:00,   Men's JV play at 6, and  Men's Varsity play at 8:00.   Come on out and cheer us on!"

 

Mrs. Sano's AP Psychology classes and the KHS Psychology club would like to invite interested students to come hear Dr. James Smith from Burke corporation speak tomorrow during lunch.  Dr. Smith is the director of mental health operations for the corporation and will be speaking and answering questions about careers in mental health fields as well as Psychology.  Please bring your lunch and plan on coming to room 2109 tomorrow March 9th.

 

Seniors applying for the PTSA scholarship, Ms. Porter will be in the commons on Thursday morning from 9-9:30 to sign your application.

 

Kingwood Ladies Lacrosse Varsity team beat Kincaid last night 16-11 to remain undefeated and ranked first in the state!  It was billed as one of the most exciting matches of the season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Landry will read this.

*While at Nationals this weekend, the Kingwood Debate team was awarded the Leading Chapter Award; the highest honor the National Speech and Debate Association bestows on individual chapters.

 

This award reflects the efforts of 981 Kingwood High School students and their accomplishments over the past 19 years.

 

Out of over 3,000 chapters, the NSDA awarded only 110 nationally with this honor. This is truly an honor- not just for our current debaters- but for Kingwood debate alumni since 1997.***

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

 

Need help with an English essay? Then stop by the PEP club today to join Paper Editing Peers. We meet Tuesdays during A block in room 2410.

 

Seniors, local scholarship packets are due this Friday at 3PM.  It is not to late to apply.  Scholarship packets can be found on the KHS website or they can be picked in the college room.

 

The Kingwood High School Madrigals will have a concert tonight at 7:30pm at Saint Martha's Catholic Church. This will be a preview concert for their upcoming tour of Ireland. The concert is free and should last about an hour.

 

The class of 2020 is having a spirit night at Raising Cane's on Wednesday, March 8 from 4p-9p.  Please mention Freshman class or bring flyer from the Class of 2020 website.

 

For five dollars, you can go see Footloose at Miller outdoor theater.  Sign up and pay at the Theater classroom by The 29th.

 

The Escape Room will be at lunch today, Tuesday, and Thursday with Finals on Friday.

 

This weekend the KHS Debate team competed at the national qualifying tournament. In the acting events Ingrid Pena qualified in Dramatic Interp and Mason Duncan is first alternate in Humorous Interp and second alternate in Dramatic Interp. In Public Forum Debate Jeff Gifford and Alex Gagne (GAHN-yay) qualified by going 5-0 in their first five rounds. With the Kingwood members of the World Schools debate qualifying teams still to be named, Kingwood Debate will be sending their largest contingent to Nationals this summer in Birmingham, Alabama.

 

ALL Students in Debate and Interp please come at the beginning of A block lunch Tuesday (TODAY) for a quick yearbook picture!

 

Mrs. Porter from the PTSA will be at the Mustang Statue today at lunch to sign off for the PTSA scholarships.  

Monday, March 06, 2017

 

If you are running for Student Council officer for next year, please come to the meeting today during A lunch.  This is Student Council only, the class officer meeting will be later in the year.

 

Seniors, local scholarship packets are due this Friday at 3PM.  It is not to late to apply.  Scholarship packets can be found on the KHS website or they can be picked in the college room.

 

KHS UNICEF Club's upcoming fundraiser is at Raising Cane's tonight.  We hope to raise awareness and funds for our work in buying mosquito nets for children in Africa to prevent malaria. "Go to Cane's on Monday the 6th and say you're with KHS UNICEF to raise money to help kids!" Get the flyer on the UNICEF club’s website.

 

Kingwood Varsity Boys Bowling took 6th place at Regionals this weekend! Kingwood will advance to State in singles at the end of March in Fort Worth. Way to go Mustangs!

 

Gymnastics Competed at Rudder High School Friday.  Senior Captain Jared Miscisin lead the team by winning Pommels, Rings, and Parallel Bars. Jared placed second All-Around helping the team finish 2nd to Bryan Rudder.   Girls Team finished 4th.

 

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team for placing 1st at regional competition at Texas A&M in San Antonio this weekend. They medaled in 17 of the 18 events and are state bound.

 

 

The Kingwood High School Madrigals will have a concert on Tuesday March 7th at 7:30pm at Saint Martha's Catholic Church. This will be a preview concert for their upcoming tour of Ireland. The concert is free and should last about an hour.

 

 

The class of 2020 is having a spirit night at Raising Cane's on Wednesday, March 8 from 4p-9p.  Please mention Freshman class or bring flyer from the Class of 2020 website.

 

 

Last week was a great week for the Lady Mustang Golf Team.  The JV Girls placed 2nd at Atascocita on Thursday.  If you see Signe Karlstrom, Addie Wemyss, Ellie Faulkinberry, Alyssa Burt, Kendall Holekamp, Hannah Boyd or Emily Pell - tell them Great Job.

 

The Varsity Girls took 2nd place this past weekend at the Regional Preview at Eagle Pointe.  Congratulations to Jackie Barry, Libby Singleton, Megan Tragesser, Kaitlyn Charles, Marybeth Bellnap and Kera Willhoite.

 

For five bucks, you can go see Footloose at Miller outdoor theater.  Sign up and pay at the Theater classroom by The 29th.

 

The Escape Room will be at lunch today, Tuesday, and Thursday with Finals on Friday.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

 

Congratulations to our Swimming and Diving team at the State Meet this past weekend in Austin.  Our Boys team placed 9th out of 60 teams and our Girls also placed 9th out of 60 teams competing at the State Meet .

Our Finalist were

200 Medley relays

Girls - Katelyn Whiteside, Alley  Shimmel, Katie Scmude, Serena Gould

Boys Bora Unalmis, jacob Bass, Connor Richmond, Christian L"talian

 

200 Free -Jonah Pennington

200 IM- Katie Schmude, Connor Richmond and Jacob Bass

50 Free - Serena Gould

100 Fly - Katie Shmude

100 Free - Serena Gould

500 Free Bora Unalmis

200 Free Relay- Serena Gould, Amanda Boggot,  Rennata Seanz, Aley Shimel

100 Back -  Bora Unalmis

100 Breast  -Aley Shimel, Connor Richmond and  Jacob Bass

 

 

The Kingwood Mustangs defeated the La Porte Bulldogs last night  41 to 25 to bring there wins to 22 this year and earn their way into the Region 3 area game. The team came out and put on one of their best defensive efforts of the year. The Mustangs were lead by Chase Lovins with 16 points, Brian Barker with 11, and Matt Charles with 6. GREAT JOB MUSTANGS.

 

The Mustangs will take on Dickinson Friday. Tentative site is Phillips Fieldhouse in Pasadena. Time has yet to be determined.

 

Good Luck Basketballers, Beat Dickinson

 

 

The senior class favorites nominations are open on the class of 2017 website. Nominations will end at the end of the day on Friday!

 

 

 

Mark your calendars for next week.  Spirit night at Uberrito's on Tuesday,February 28 from 4:00 - 9:00 pm A percentage of your purchase goes towards KHS Best Buddies.  Please bring or show the flyer from the Best Buddies website.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Gymnastics hosted their annual Kingwood Klassic Invitational Friday and this year the whole Region showed up!  Kingwood Boys won the meet continuing their domination edging out last years state Champs Bryan-Rudder by nearly 5 points.  Senior Co Captain Jared Miscisin led the team taking 1st in Pommels, Rings, Vault, High Bar and All-Around.  Senior Co Captain Kevin Abbott tied Jared for 1st on Rings.   Zech Wittenberg tied Jared for 1st on Vault.  Kingwood Girls finished 4th with Shannon Pelfrey taking 1st on Floor Exercise.        Gymnastics Booster Club raffled off a Beats Pill Wireless Speaker and the winner, Staci Todd from Alpha-Omega Gymnastics, was announced on Sunday.   Thank you to all who came down to support Gymnastics in their quest for State!!!

 

 

The Fillies’ hard work paid off over the weekend when they attended their first team competition of the season at Cy-Woods High School. The team, voted “most inspirational” by competing schools, brought home numerous trophies, plaques and banners to show off their accomplishments. The officers won overall Grand Champions and the team won Division II Grand Champions. All of the officer and team dances were awarded for best in class, best in category, technique and choreography. Soloists took home top awards as well against some tough competition. For 9-10 grade, Brooke Noble won 1st place and Erica Anderson 3rd place. Additional finalists for 9-10 grade include Lauren Lackey, Lindsay Kief and Kendall Burton. For 11th grade, Teigan Ahrendt won 1st place with finalists Anna Axum and Harper Lallier. Way to go Fillies!!!!

 

 

Service Learning:  There is a mandatory planning session today during A and B lunch for service learning students going to River Pines Elementary this Friday. Please bring your signed permission slips.

 

Attention incoming National French Honor Society candidates -- your one time fee of $15 is requested before this Friday, February 24.  Merci!

 

Anyone interested in seeing Footloose the musical at Miller outdoor theater on Friday March 31st needs to sign up in the theater office.  Cost is $5.00

Tuesday, Feb 7

This is National School Counselor Week.  When you see your counselor this week be sure and thank them for everything that they do for us.

 

 

The first meeting of the Kingwood Young Democrats will be this Wednesday at 3:00pm in LGI 4310. We'll get to know each other, start working on our constitution and find out who would like to become a club officer. Students, faculty and staff are all invited to attend.

 

Attention Service Learning Members, today we will meet during A and B lunch with Ms. Coulter of Junior Achievement to plan and organize our project..  Please plan on attending if you are going to participate in the service learning project at River Pines Elementary on Friday February 24th.

 

 

Criminal Justice has a fundraiser at CANE'S this Wednesday from 4-9pm. Please see a CJ student, stop by 4209, or the Criminal Justice club website to get the flier to present for CRIMINAL Justice to obtain credit.

 

Project Grad has a fundraiser at Papa Murphy’s Thursday evening.   Please stop by.

 

 

 

Attention all students interested in trying out for Cheer for the 2017-2018 school year.  There will be a parent information meeting on Wednesday at 7PM  in the KHS commons.  The meeting will define the tryout process, explain forms, and expectations.  Please see Coach Van is you have any questions.

 

Attention French Club : Won't you be my Valentine? this Friday, "B" block.

 

Jr. class pre-ordered t-shirts are in. Please come to 2106 computer lab at lunch to pick yours up.

2106 computer lab at lunch.

 

 

Here are more results from the recent Regional Swim meet where boys and girls came home champions.

Part 2 of 5 on Region Swimming Championships. Girl Medalists were:

200 Medley Relay (champions) of Caitlin Whiteside, Aley Shimel, Katie Schmude, and Serena Gould.

200 IM Sophie Ebert (2nd) and Katie Schmude (3rd)

50 Free Serena Gould (champion)

100 Fly Katie Schmude (3rd)

100 Free Serena Gould (champion), Aley Shimel (2nd)

500 Free Abigail Ahrens (3rd)

200 Free Relay (champions) of Serena Gould, Amanda Bogott, Renata Saenz, and Aley Shimel

100 Back Caitlin Whiteside (3rd)

100 Breast Aley Shimel (champion)

400 Free Relay (2nd) of Amanda Bogott, Anna Armel, Renata Sarnz, and Sophie Ebert

Stay tuned for part 3 tomorrow which will cover the boys medalists.

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, February 6

 

This is National School Counselor Week.  When you see your counselor this week be sure and thank them for everything that they do for us.

 

Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Swim and Dive teams for capturing

the  Region 6-6A Championship this past weekend. The girls won the meet

by 187 points and the Boys won the meet by 125.5 points.  We had many

exciting swims and many finalist to announce. More details tomorrow.

 

Kingwood German students competed against 22 other schools at Houstonfest, the Houston regional German competition on Saturday. Kingwood came away with the 1st place trophy. There were too many individual victories to list here. If you know someone who competed, be sure to congratulate them. Everyone played a part in this victory.

 

The first meeting of the Kingwood Young Democrats will be this Wednesday at 3:00pm in LGI 4310. We'll get to know each other, start working on our constitution and find out who would like to become a club officer. Students, faculty and staff are all invited to attend.

 

Attention Service Learning Members

 

This Tuesday we will meet during A and B lunch with Ms. Coulter of Junior Achievement to plan and organize our project..  Please plan on attending.if you are going to participate in the service learning project at River Pines Elementary on Friday February 24th.

 

 

Criminal Justice has a fundraiser at CANE'S this Wednesday from 4-9pm. Please see a CJ student, stop by 4209, or the Criminal Justice club website to get the flier to present for CRIMINAL Justice to obtain credit.

 

Congratulations to all students who participated in the UIL Region 33 State Qualifying Solo and Ensemble on Saturday!  80 students have now qualified to compete at the state competition at UT Austin in May!

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

 

French Club: Today is picture day, remember to wear your French Club shirt.  We will meet in the cafeteria at 3:15.  

 

The Choir annual  Pop Show, is one night only, this Friday, at 7:30pm

 

The KHS Library 2nd Annual Jigsaw Puzzle Contest will be held Thursday during One Lunch. Stop by the library to sign up to be on a team. There will be prizes!!

 

 This is No Name Calling Week. Sign the poster in the library to pledge from saying hurtful words for a week.

 

“Juniors and teachers, the last day to buy your COME AND TAKE IT- KHS SPIRIT long sleeve is FRIDAY! They are comfort colors, have a front pocket, and are super nice! Bring $25 to Scalia’s room, 2105, all this week or meet us after the pep rally on Friday to order one."

 

 

BEST BUDDIES PICTURE TAKING IS ON  Wednesday in the front of school BY THE STEPS GOING UP TO THE CAFETERIA AT 11:50

WEAR YOUR CHAPTER SHIRT OR NAVY BLUE BEST BUDDIES SHIRT. THIS IS FOR THE YEARBOOK.

 

SPIRIT NIGHT at CICI's Kingwood this Thursday night from 5:00 pm -8:00 pm

Percentage of sales got to KHS Best Buddies so please join us at CiCi’s.

 

There is a parent meeting for 9th, 10th and 11th graders this Thursday night at 6:30 in the auditorium followed by CTE Open House.  This will help with course selections

 

9th graders may pick up PSAT scores during one lunch in the commons today, everyone else can get their PSAT scores tomorrow.

 

 

 

Attention Service Learning Members,        We are meeting today during A and B lunch to hear about our Junior Achievement service learning project with Ms. Coulter.        Also durng B lunch we will take pictures for the yearbook.  Wear a blue T-shirt.

 

Ready to experience a new country, continent, and culture? KHS is planning a trip to Japan for 11 days in July of 2018. Sign up now for the best price. An informational meeting for students and parents will be Tuesday, Jan 24 at 6:30 A.M. in the library. For more information, see Ms. Schilling or Ms. Lard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boys basketball defeated Goose Creek Memorial Patriots 63 to 38 in a game where the Mustangs came out firing on all cylinders, Went 10 for 18 from 3 point range and 55% from the floor. The Stangs were lead by Chase Lovins with 18 points, Brandon Burrell with 13 points, 7 assists and 9 rebounds, Like Sharman with 11 points and Matt Charles with 8.

 

Great Job Mustangs.

 

That win put the Mustangs in sole possession of  second place. The Mustangs will play tonight against Channelview, a team who the team lost to by a few points at their place in the first round. We need you in the stands and making some noise. The half time will feature a knock out contest for about 15 kids in the corner for a shot at some free Pizza from Papa Murphy"s.

Come out and watch some great basketball action and help bring us home with a big district win.

 

See you at the game. Good Luck Mustangs

Monday, January 23, 2017

Attention French Club: Tomorrow is picture day, remember to wear your French Club shirt.  We will meet in the cafeteria at 3:15.  If you still need to pick up your shirt, come during "B" block today.

 

 

The Choir annual  Pop Show, is one night only, this Friday, January 27th at 7:30pm

 

"Friday night Kingwood girls basketball traveled to Goose Creek Memorial for a district match-up.  Kingwood battled from behind and defeated Goose Creek 45-44 in Overtime. Kimberly Levengood led the team with 18 points including a 3 pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime and the only 3 points in overtime.  Abbie Brabham added 8 points including 2 huge 3 pointers in the 2nd half.  Kingwood takes on Channelview on Tuesday at 7pm."

 

More state qualifiers for the Speech and debate team! Congrats to Connor Smith and Gaurav Gawankar for winning the Clear Creek tournament this weekend and earning their state qualification. Carson Crane and Matthew Daily also advanced to earn their qualification in Policy Debate and Devan Karp placed 5th in Oratory speaking.

 

BEST BUDDIES PICTURE TAKING IS ON  Wednesday JANUARY 25 in the front of school BY THE STEPS GOING UP TO THE CAFETERIA AT 11:50

WEAR YOUR CHAPTER SHIRT OR NAVY BLUE BEST BUDDIES SHIRT. THIS IS FOR THE YEARBOOK.

 

SPIRIT NIGHT at CICI's Kingwood this Thursday night from 5:00 pm -8:00 pm

Percentage of sales got to KHS Best Buddies so please join us at CiCi’s.

 

Tonight is the final night of the KHS Theatre production of The Games Afoot.  Showtime is 7:30 and tickets are $10.00

 

There is a parent meeting for 9th, 10th and 11th graders this Thursday night at 6:30 in the auditorium followed by CTE Open House.  This will help with course selections

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

 

Inline Hockey Club will meet today in Room 3012 during B lunch. All members should plan to attend.  Our new season begins this Friday. Team is forming now.

 

Attention Teen Aged Republicans:  We are meeting Friday A Block lunch in Room 4111.  Wear your club shirts for our yearbook picture.

 

Attention Mustang basketball fans,  Corner of Chaos, the Mustangs take on the Sterling Rangers tonight in Mustang Gymnasium at 7:00. Come out and watch some great 21 6A basketball action as the Mustangs defend their home court.  Come early, bring the noise, be proud and be loud. See ya at the game. Good luck Mustangs.

 

Best Buddies Chapter Meeting today during A block at LGI 2210.   Please find time to attend.

 

 

Service Learning will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Student Council members, we’re taking a group picture today during A lunch.

 

 

This weekend Kingwood FFA had their annual Progress Show, thank you to everyone who bundled up in the 25 degree weather to watch and support our students. Here are a few results from this weekend:

 

With Steers:

 

4th in class Anna Larson

 

2nd in class Karsen Kruger

 

Reserve Champion-Karsen Kruger

 

 

 

With Pigs:

 

3rd in class-Brandon Johnson, Kalen Boylston and Megan Tarkington

 

2nd in class-Todd Nolte

 

1 in class Jacob Oates, Karsen Kruger, Aaron Garza

 

Pig Showmanship-Todd Nolte

 

 

 

With Lambs:

 

3rd in class-Caroline Sims

 

2nd in class-Abby Pernik

 

 

 

With Goats:

 

 

 

2nd in class-Skye Johnson

 

1st in class-Cassidy Bryce

 

 

 

Please congratulate these individuals if you see them.

 

 

 

Also, if you would like tickets for the Humble Livestock Show to see Kevin Fowler or Stoney LaRue please stop by the ag department for tickets. Tickets are $20.

Monday, January 09, 2017

 

Congratulations to the Policy Debate teams for sweeping the district UIL competition this weekend!

Teams will now advance to State in March!

Carson Crane and Matthew Daily 1st place

Sam Cavnar-Johnson and Ronan Padhye 2nd place

Matt Cavnar-Johnson and Chris Derks 3rd place

 

The Mustangs  Boys Basketball defeated the Summer Creek Bulldogs 64 to 35 Friday night in a District 21 6A match up. The Stangs were led by  the latest version of the Splash Brothers… Chase Lovins who went 9 for 9 from the field with 23 points and  Matt Charles who went 7 for 7 from the field with 21 points. Each went 5 for 5 from the 3 point line. Brandon Burrell had 12 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists.  Great game Mustangs.

 

 

Boys basketball will take on the Baytown Sterling Rangers tomorrow night at home at 7:00. Come out and fill the gym, bring the noise and get LOUD.  See you at the game.  Good Luck Mustangs

 

Congratulations to Kingwood Wrestling for a solid performance at the CyFair invitational this weekend.  Varsity grappler Matt Dean went 5-0 and won the tournament for his weight class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today we congratulate seniors Hannah Pollock and Emily Cousins for making the Texas All-State Mixed Choir. This is the absolute top choir in the state with only 1% of the 16,300 students that audition for this choir actually making it in. This is a tremendous accomplishment that shows not only the superb talent of these students, but also their incredible work ethic. This is Hannah's first time making the all-state choir and an unbelievable 4th time for Emily. To put that in perspective it would be like being named 1st team all-state in a sport four years in a row. It just doesn't happen that often.  We are very proud of these girls who have represented this school and community so well.

 

Next we have 11th grader Alyssa Tinsley.  She made the All-State Band - on Flute – this is the 2nd year that she has made All-State.  This is the highest honor in high school bands in Texas where only 5% of 45,000 actually achieve this honor.  Alyssa is now in the 5% of 5% having accomplished this twice.

 

Dr. Landry and the Assistant Principals would like to recognize those of you who make attendance a priority at KHS.  All students who maintain perfect attendance for this 3-week marking period will be given a coupon that can be placed in a "prize box".  There will be a random drawing for GIFT CARDS to local restaurants and businesses.  We will do the same for each 3-week marking periods, recognizing students with perfect attendance during those periods as well.  The coupons will remain in the prize box, increasing the odds each marking period.

 

We are also in the planning stages for the Spring Food Truck Festival.  All students with perfect attendance for the semester will be invited to attend.  The Food Trucks that were here in December provided excellent menus and YUMMY food.  Make sure you are here everyday so that you can enjoy this fun lunch event come May.

 

Remember, attendance matters!

 

 

 

 

 

Juniors:  We are going to start taking orders for the junior class long sleeve t shirt.  Your US History teacher should have a T Shirt poster in your room with details.  Shirts are $25 and must be prepaid by going to room 2105.  If you have questions, ask Mr or Mrs Scalia or a class officer.

 

 

The Kingwood Mustang basketballers defeated  the Northshore Mustangs Tuesday night 51 - 41  in a well played game at home. The Stangs were led by Matt Charles and Connor Gaines in points and Sean Bryan with 7 rebounds. Great Game Mustangs.

 

Tonight it is time to take a road trip and watch your Mustangs take on the Summer Creek Bulldogs in a district 21-6A match up. It should be an exciting game as the Mustangs are fighting for the crown in this tough district. Come out and watch some great basketball action, bring the noise, BE LOUD AND BE PROUD.

GOOD LUCK MUSTANGS

Monday, December 12

This announcement goes out to the 552 Kingwood High School students who have achieved PERFECT ATTENDANCE for the Fall semester.  Dr. Landry and the Assistant Principals would like to congratulate you on this achievement and invite you to participate in the Food Truck Festival being held tomorrow during One Lunch.  IF they haven't done so already, your 2nd period teacher will pass out a wrist bracelet that will allow you access to the patio area.  PUt your bracelet on and join us tomorrow out front.  We will put menus on the front trophy case behind the Mustang statue by 5th period today so you can plan what you’d like. Once again, congratulations on this achievement.  Well Done!

 

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Hey Seniors, the tumblers from the class fundraiser are in! Pick will be Tuesday during lunch and after school in the flex area behind the main gym.  Listen to the announcements tomorrow for more details."

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This past weekend the Fillies kicked off their competition season and competed solos at the MA Brazoswood competition. Freshman Lauren Lackey took 4th runner up in the Junior division. In the Senior division, Sophomore Brooke Noble was 2nd Runner up and Junior Teigan Ahrendt was 1st runner up Congratulations Fillies!

 

The Kingwood Boys basketball team takes on the Klein Bear Cats tonight at Klein. The Mustangs have won 4 of their last 5 games and are really hitting their stride before the break. Good Luck tonight Mustangs.  The Mustang boys are home Saturday at 1:00 vs the Spring Lions. Come out and watch some great basketball action and help fill the gym. See you at the game.

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Kingwood Girls Basketball traveled to Atascocita Friday night for their first district match up.  Kingwood defeated Atascocita 49-45.  Maddy Johnson made 2 free throws at the end of the fourth quarter to ignite Kingwood's comeback.  Kimberly Levengood hit back to back 3 pointers to put Kingwood up by 2 with less than 1 minute to play.  A huge team defensive stop gave Kingwood the ball back and Abbie Brabham hit 2 free throws to extend the lead to 4.  Kimberly Levengood finished the game with 16 points and 3 steals.  Kayla Janikula added 14 points and 9 rebounds.  Come cheer on the Mustangs tonight at 7:00 when they take on Goose Creek Memorial at home!!

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If you love watching creatively filmed movies, come to room 4709 for independent & foreign film club during b block to watch moonrise kingdom & eat cupcakes, cookies, and candycanes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Congratulations go out to the JV girls and boys swim team on capping a great year with each winning the District Championship.

 

The girls beat 2nd place Atascocita by 21 points while winning 8 of 12 events and going 1-2-3-4 in the 100 fly.  Winning events were Lauren Ives (200 free & 100 fly), Emily Baggett (200 IM), Mary Durkee (100 free & 100 back), and Gigi Pennington (500 free).  The girls 200 Medley Relay (Durkee, Isabelle George, Ives, & Pennington) and the 400 Free Relay (Baggett, Pennington, Durkee, & Ives) also brought home victories.

 

The boy's beat runner up Atascocita by 98 points.  The boys also won 8 of the 12 events, while going 1-2-3 in the 50 free and 100 free and just like the girls 1-2-3-4 in the 100 fly.  Winning their events were: Cameron Keller (200 IM & 100 back), Caleb Doehring (50 free & 100 fly), Gabe Roberts (100 free), and Andy Steinkamp (100 breast).  The boys 200 Medley Relay (Roberts, Steinkamp, Doehring, and Will Rosenwinkel) and the 400 Free Relay (Doehring, Blake Brown, Rosenwinkel, and Roberts) also brought home victories.

 

Thursday, December 8

The library will be closed during school hours this week for testing. We will be open before and after school.

 

 “It’s the season of giving! This week bring any canned goods to your English teacher. Tally the number of items you brought on the sheet on the box, the class who brings the most gets a cookie party! All goods go to HAAM to assist families in our area for a brighter holiday. This drive ends on Friday so be merry and donate!”

 

All students: You second semester schedule can be viewed in Home Access Center. If you would like to make a change for next semester, you will need to turn in a schedule change form to your house office by Friday. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures.

 

Seniors: Many colleges have deadlines which are approaching fast. If you need a transcript for a college that has a deadline on or before Jan. 15, you will need to order your transcript by the end of this week-- NO EXCEPTIONS. Transcripts can be ordered through the registrars in the front office.

 

Attention French Club members and Secret Santas:  on Friday we will meet during both lunches to enjoy the season and exchange gifts.  Don't be naughty, be nice !  Check your list twice and remember to bring your gift to room 4302 by Friday.

 

Kingwood High School A/V Club will be hosting a Movie Night this Saturday Dec 10th from 6:30pm-9pm here at Kingwood High School on the turf. Make sure to bring a lawn chair and/or plenty of blankets.  A/V Club will also have concessions for $1 including hot chocolate, candy canes, popcorn and cookies!  Tickets go on sale today during lunch in the commons through Friday and  at the gate on Saturday.  Tickets will be $5.  Come see the annual classic A Christmas story on the big screen.

 

The Testing Center will be open on Monday and Tuesday next week.  It will be closed on each of the exam days.

 

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

 

The library will be closed during school hours next week for testing. We will be open before and after school.

 

 “It’s the season of giving! This week bring any canned goods to your English teacher. Tally the number of items you brought on the sheet on the box, the class who brings the most gets a cookie party! All goods go to HAAM to assist families in our area for a brighter holiday. This drive ends on Friday so be merry and donate!”

 

All students: You second semester schedule can be viewed in Home Access Center. If you would like to make a change for next semester, you will need to turn in a schedule change form to your house office by Friday. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures.

 

Seniors: Many colleges have deadlines which are approaching fast. If you need a transcript for a college that has a deadline on or before Jan. 15, you will need to order your transcript by the end of this week-- NO EXCEPTIONS. Transcripts can be ordered through the registrars in the front office.

 

Attention French Club members and Secret Santas:  on Friday we will meet during both lunches to enjoy the season and exchange gifts.  Don't be naughty, be nice !  Check your list twice and remember to bring your gift to room 4302 by Friday.

 

Kingwood High School A/V Club will be hosting a Movie Night this Saturday Dec 10th from 6:30pm-9pm here at Kingwood High School on the turf. Make sure to bring a lawn chair and/or plenty of blankets.  A/V Club will also have concessions for $1 including hot chocolate, candy canes, popcorn and cookies!  Tickets go on sale today during lunch in the commons through Friday and  at the gate on Saturday.  Tickets will be $5.  Come see the annual classic A Christmas story on the big screen.

 

 

 

Teachers, staff, students, parents, and community members may now nominate for Kingwood High School’s teacher of the year.  The link is on the KHS website.

 

 

"Independent & Foreign film club is meeting today b-block in Ms. Virani's room, room 4709! If you enjoy watching creatively filmed movies make sure to stop by for some cookies!"

 

 

"This weekend Kingwood girls basketball traveled to Baytown Lee for the Lady Gander Tournament.  Kingwood finished 3-0 in the tournament defeating Pasadena Memorial, Cleburne and Baytown Lee.  Abbie Brabham led the mustangs with 23 points in the tournament and London White hit 2 clutch freethrows to defeat Cleburne in overtime and send the mustangs to the championship.  Sarah Vasquez and Maddy Johnson were leading scorers against Baytown Lee defeating them by 13 points to bring home the championship.  The Mustangs will take on Kempner on Thursday at the Fort Bend Tournament."

 

The Kingwood Mustang  boys basketball team went on the road for their season opener verses Jersey Village. The Mustangs came out on top but not before some late game heroics. The game was back and forth most of the game but the Stangs found themselves trailing by 7 with about 30 seconds left. after a few steals  and a 3 pointer by Matt Charles and Chase Lovins, and a free throw by Ubong Nwoko the game was all tied up. Jersey Village turned the ball over with about 6 seconds left and Ubong hit Chase Lovins, who nailed a 3 pointer at the buzzer to win 56 to 53. A fantastic finish and hard fought game by all. The Mustangs were lead by Chase Lovins with 21 points, Brandon Burrell with 14, and Matt Charles with 13.  Great Job Mustangs and good luck in the Texas Invitational this weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boys and Girls Cross Country competed in the State Meet this past weekend.

 

Your Kingwood boys Cross Country team placed 5th at State, only 20 points from second. Leading the way for the Mustangs

 

14th place Carter Storm - 15:44

20th place George Cyboran - 15:49

28th place Trent Nolen - 15:59

34th place Jeremy Rich - 16:07

47th place Nick Majerus - 16:20

62nd place Eddie Barnett - 16:32

98th place Ross Johnson - 17:28

 

Great job Mustangs. They will run this Saturday at Nike South Region Nationals to try and qualify for Nike Nationals in Portland Oregon.

 

Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team for an 8th place finish at the State Meet.  Jessica Hergott led the way placing 18th over all, Jessica was followed by Sarah Antrich, Megan Eichler, McKenzie Clark, Allie Self and Rachel James.  Good job, ladies and good luck at Nike Regionals this weekend!

 

Congratulations to the Lady Mustang Golf Team on their 2nd place finish at the Eagle Pointe World Championship Fall Regional Preview.  A special shout out to Jackie Barry who tied for 1st place individual.  If you see Jackie Barry, Libby Singleton, Marybeth Bellnap, Kaitlyn Charles or Megan Tragesser tell them great job!  WAY TO GO MUSTANG GOLF!  ALL THE WAY TO STATE!

 

KHS Best Buddies:  December 2 is the Annual KHS vs K-Park Best Buddies Basketball game.

Tickets and T-shirts will go on sale this week until day off the game.

Limited Supplies so please come and purchase early. K-park always bring a crowd so make sure you all come and support your Best Buddies

 

Congratulations to the Varsity football team for a big win on Friday night.  Football advances to Round 2 of the playoffs and will play this Saturday at 4pm in NRG stadium.  We’ll let you know When tickets go on sale.  The Friday win also puts Kingwood as Bi-District champions.  Go Mustangs

Thursday, Nov. 4th

Juniors If you preordered a short-sleeve t-shirt pick it up by Friday in room 2105! After that, they will be open for sale!  The last day to submit a design idea for our long sleeve shirts is Friday!

 

Seniors, we are less than a week away from the end of our tumbler fundraiser. We will be collecting the forms Monday and Tuesday  so make sure to get out there and sell!"

 

 

 Tryouts for boys' basketball begins today.  You must be cleared through the trainer to participate.

 

 This Friday, November 4 at 3pm is the deadline to submit pass/fail forms for 1st semester courses. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures.

 

NHS will sponsor the Color Run this Saturday from 8am to 10 am.  Cost is $25. Get forms on the NHS website

 

 

Attention Juniors  -  Jostens will be at our Campus Tuesday, November 8th and Wednesday, November 9th during lunches to take your class Ring orders.  $50 down payment is required to place your order.

 

Attention Seniors -   Jostens will be at our Campus Tuesday, November 8th and Wednesday, November 9th during lunches to take your cap and  gown orders.  $80 down payment is required to place your order.

 

Attention French Club Students  Are you planning to attend Friday's French Club Red Carpet soirée ?

Stop by room 4302 on Friday, "B" block, for specific party information.

 

 

 

 

 

Last weekend the Kingwood Bass Fishing Team competed in a Texas High School Bass Fishing Association tournament on Lake Somerville with 134 teams competing from 28 schools. The team of Jacob Swerdloff and Chad Curtis placed 7th overall with a five fish stringer of 18.27 pounds and they also had big bass of the tournament with a 8.2 lb fish.  Kingwood High School placed 7th overall as a school and are currently in 4th place for the season.  Other teams contributing in this tournament with good five fish limits were Nicholas Peoples and Grayden Morrow, Logan Collins and Garrett Duffy, Grant and Davis Laws, and Chris Carker.

 

 

 

Last night the Freshmen White Football team took on CE King and won 21-14.  The offense over came a 14 point deficit to win the game. Running Backs Beliam Sawe and Chase Dean prove to be a powerful combination for the Mustangs the 2nd half to seal the win for the Mustangs. The Freshmen White team finish with a 8 win season. Great job Mustangs

 

Congratulations to the Freshman Blue Football Team last night for the 48-8 victory over C.E. King High School.  The victory clinched a district championship for the Mustangs.  Touchdowns were scored by Trace Knight, Aidan Heard, Trey Richardson, John Imperato, Jack Reily, & Jack Townsend. Parker Hemphill, William Kauderer, & Ryan Jones all played great on defense.  Great job Mustangs!

 

The JV Blue and White football teams combined yesterday to take on the Panthers from CE King High School in their final game of the season.  The game started out slow but the Mustangs finished with a bang and won the game 38-0.   The defense was the star of the game with three mustangs scoring on interceptions for touchdowns.  Luke Abler, Michael Van Uden and Darrell Edwards each scored on Pick Sixes.  Darrell Edwards also had two more interceptions on the day.  Offensive touchdowns were scored by Sebastian Garza and Luke Abler and Connell Fisher added a field goal.

The JV Blue finished the year with a 5-5 record and the JV White finished 8-2 on the season.  Great JOB MUSTANGS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the JV Boys and Girls and the Varsity Boys and Girls swimming and diving teams on their dominating performance over Atascocita last night.  The JV team won 15 of 22 events and Varsity team won 22 of 23 events.

 

The swim teams are now a combined 13-1.  The swimming and diving teams will be back in action next Wednesday when they travel to Cinco Ranch.

 

Congrats to Mustang Volleyball…the other night they swept their opponent in 3 games and moves forward in the playoffs!

Tuesday, Nov. 1st

It's game day Mustangs!   Your District Champion Lady Mustangs Volleyball team takes on La Porte in Round 1 of the Texas 6A Volleyball Playoffs at 6:00 tonight in Channelview.  Go Mustangs!

 

 

Dr. Landry will be ON THE ROOF AGAIN for the KHS Annual Fund Campaign.  He’ll go up Thursday morning.  He’ll be on the bass guitar Thursday right after school as the OLD SKEWL band rocks out on the roof above the gym entrance.  Our goal is to raise $25,000 in 27 hours.  Please support Dr. Landry and the KHS Annual Fund

 

Congratulations go out to the girls swimmers Amanda Bogott, Sophie Ebert, Serena Gould, and Lauren Ives for smashing all 3 freshman school relay records this past Saturday at the Klein High School Invitational. Serena also broke the freshman school record in the 50 free.  To cap off the day, the girls also set a new pool record at Klein HS in the 400 Free Relay.  Great job girls!

The JV and Varsity Swimming and diving will be back in action Wednesday at Atascocita.  Good Luck Swimmers and Diver.

 

 

Junior Class! If you preordered a short-sleeve t-shirt a while back, please pick it up by Friday in room 2105! After then, they will be open for sale to the rest of the class! Please check to see if you preordered one, and pick it up- they are 15 dollars!

 

The last day to submit a design or design idea for our long sleeve shirts is Friday! DM it to the class twitter, @khsclassof18, email it to us at khsclassof18@gmail.com, or hand it to Mr. Scalia or any class officer in room 2105!

 

Come to Girls Learn International club TODAY during A block in Mr. Ballay’s room, room 2107. We will be discussing service events to support women around Houston and raise awareness- come to discuss and have input

 

The Service Learning club will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Hockey Club will meet TODAY in Room 3012 during B-block of Lunch.  Anyone interested in joining the Inline Hockey team is encouraged to come.  We will have a new season starting soon.

 

 

Attention all French Students:  Tomorrow is your last chance to become a member of the Texas French Symposium team.  Bring your signed form and the $30 registration fee to room 4302 before the end of the day.   BETA Club meeting Friday A block, in room 3000.

 

Attention Science National Honor Society Officer Candidates. There is a Mandatory Meeting in Room 4000 during B Block of Lunch on Wednesday. All officer candidates must attend.

 

Seniors, we are less than a week away from the end of our tumbler fundraiser. We will be collecting the forms Monday and Tuesday November 7th  and 8th of next week, so make sure to get out there and sell!"

 

 

 Tryouts for boys' basketball will begin this Thursday, Nov. 4.  You must be cleared through our training office before you are able to participate.  10th-12th graders will practice from 3-4:30 PM and 9th graders will practice from 6-8 PM."   Tryouts for 10th-12th graders will continue Friday afternoon 3-5pm.

Everyone is welcome to come and tryout for the basketball team.

 

 

This Friday, November 4 at 3pm is the deadline to submit pass/fail forms for 1st semester courses. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures.

 

The Trip Club is offering a 9 day trip to Costa Rica for Spring Break 2017. Come to the meeting tonight at 6:30pm in the library. See Mrs. Schilling or Mr. McGrew for details. Nov. 21 is the last day to enroll.

 

NHS will sponsor the Color Run this Saturday from 8am to 10 am.  Cost is $25. Get forms on the NHS website

Monday, Oct. 31

He's going back UP!  Dr. Landry will be ON THE ROOF AGAIN in support of the KHS Annual Fund Campaign.  Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 3rd and plan to watch the live stream with TexanLive.  There will be lots of action, interesting visitors, and the fun of taking away his stuff as the donations come in.  Our goal is to raise $25,000 in 27 hours.  Please support Dr. Landry and the KHS Annual Fund

 

This Friday, November 4 is the deadline to submit pass/fail forms for 1st semester courses. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures. Pass/fail forms are due to your house office by Friday at 3:00 p.m.

 

AP Chemistry club will be demonstrating some Halloween science during lunch in the sports common area, be sure to stop by!

 

It’s not too late to sign up!  The Trip Club is offering a 9 day trip to Costa Rica for Spring Break 2017. Whitewater rafting, zip lining, kayaking, and snorkeling are activities included on the trip. For more information, attend an informational meeting this Tuesday, Nov 1 at 6:30pm in the library. See Mrs. Schilling or Mr. McCrew for details. Nov. 21 is the last day to enroll.

 

Congratulations are in order to Gaurav Gawankar Senior Debate student for being named the NEWEST member of the United States World Schools Debate Team. KINGWOOD NOW HAS 2 on the NATIONAL TEAM!

 

NHS will sponsor the Color Run this Saturday from 8am to 10 am.  Cost is $25. Get forms on the NHS website

 

Congrats to Band for an awesome performance at Area.

 

Congrats to both Cross Country teams, placing 2nd at Regionals and moving on to State next week.

Friday, Oct. 28

Today is the end of National Red Ribbon Week. This year's theme was: YOLO. Be Drug Free.  FACT:  Teens who consistently learn about the risks of drugs from their parents are up to 50% less likely to use drugs than those who don't.  Please remember YOU ONLY HAVE THIS ONE LIFE, LET'S LIVE IT SAFER, WISER, DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE. Thank you to everyone who helped in observing this very important week and cause.

 

 

He's going back UP!  Dr. Landry will be ON THE ROOF AGAIN in support of the KHS Annual Fund Campaign.  Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 3rd and plan to watch the live stream with TexanLive.  There will be lots of action, interesting visitors, and the fun of taking away his stuff as the donations come in.  Our goal is to raise $25,000 in 27 hours.  Please support Dr. Landry and the KHS Annual Fund

 

Congratulations to the JV Girls Golf Team.  The team took first place at Atascocita  yesterday.  A special shout out to Angelina Trejo who placed 2nd individual.  If you see Gracie Cooley, Hannah Boyd, Angelina Trejo, Sabrina Stanley, Signe Karlstrom or Alyssa Burt, tell them GREAT JOB!  GO MUSTANG GOLF!

 

This Friday, November 4 is the deadline to submit pass/fail forms for 1st semester courses. Forms are available in all house offices and require parent and teacher signatures. Pass/fail forms are due to your house office by Friday at 3:00 p.m.

 

Seniors, today is the last day to vote for your Project Graduation theme.  See the link on the KHS website to vote.

 

A reminder to everyone at KHS…the Kingwood Speech and Debate tournament begins this afternoon and Saturday.  Every room in the building will be used.

 

Good luck to Cross Country as they compete at Region.

 

Good luck to the KHS Marching band at the Area Marching contest at Galena Park Saturday morning…good luck KM4B.  Take the field!

 

 

Monday, October 24

National Red Ribbon Week is this week. This year's theme is: YOLO. Be Drug Free. Although it seems as if YOLO could be an excuse to live a risky lifestyle, you only have one chance at life. Don't risk it on drugs and alcohol.

 

We will be having the following spirit days this week to support a drug free lifestyle:

Tuesday: Sock it to drugs. Wear red socks

Wednesday: Be on a drug free team. Wear a team shirt.

Thursday: Wear a red shirt.

 

We will also have a pledge poster by the entrance to the auditorium and encourage you to sign the pledge.

 

YOLO. Be Drug Free.

Wednesday, October 20

Homecoming Week news:   Today is ‘Throwback Thursday”.  Teachers please count those students in your class right now that are actively participating in Throwback  Day, and report by grade to Ms. Morris email.  Tomorrow is Blue/White day.

 

 The Wacky Sock Wednesday totals are in...

The Sophomores were in 4th place with 126.

The Juniors were in 3rd place with 141.

The Seniors were in 2nd place with 154.

And the Freshmen won wacky sock Wednesday with 202.

 

The following pyramid teams will be in the Finals tomorrow at the pep rally.

 

Build That Wall  with a time of 7.5 seconds, Kingwood FFA who had a qualifying time at the last pep rally of 7.3 seconds, The Multi Culturals with a time of 7.1 seconds, and District 13 with a time of 6.6 seconds.

 

If you are in one of these groups, come to the gym floor when we start the pyramid competition after the Fillies dance.

 

 

 

Homecoming dance tickets are on sale now at all lunches until 1PM on Friday. After that, just pay $40 at the door.  Remember to bring your ID.

 

Don’t forget about the sock drive…that’s another easy class competition for homecoming week. For every new pair of socks, your grade gets one point.    Take your clean new socks to your grade principals.  See the signs in the Commons for more information.

 

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 BETA Club meets Friday, A-block, in room 3000. Make sure to bring your dues!

 

Junior or Senior? Taking an AP, Dual Credit, or Honors SCIENCE course? Want to make science great again? Join SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY! Our informational meeting is October 21st in LGI 4310 during A Block of Lunch

 

The debates are over and the only thing left to do is vote.  KHS is having a Mock Election on Thursday, October 27th. The election is open to all KHS students and you must have your Student ID # in order to participate. KHS is one of several high schools from across the country that will be participating in this event.  Please speak with Mr. Henry in room 2113 if you have any questions."

 

FRESHMAN if you have ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209.  We want to show class unity during Homecoming pep rally on this Friday.

 

 

Poinsettia Fundraiser for KHS Choir:  Available in pink, white, or red for $12 each.  Find a choir student or go to www.khschoir.com   Orders are due October 23rd.   Thank you for supporting KHS Choir!

 

Tuesday, October 18

Homecoming Week news:   Today is ‘Tacky Tourist Tuesday.  Teachers please count those students in your class right now that are actively participating in Tacky Tourist Day, and report by grade to Ms. Morris email.  Tomorrow is Wacky Socks Wednesday.

 

Party on the Patio is today outside at lunch. We’ll have GAGA ball, dunk a principal, pyramid competition, tug of war, and free Kroger Bakery cookies, plus other carnival games so come outside today at lunch.

Attention students that order food or have their parents drop food off at lunch, the circle drive will be closed, but they can turn into visitor parking and exit out of the main parking lot.  Text them and let them know.  There is a map on the KHS website.

 

Voting for the final Homecoming court is now online.   Voting ends today at 1:00 PM

 

Homecoming dance tickets are on sale now at all lunches and online until Wednesday at 1:00pm.  They’ll be on sale at lunch until Friday.  Tickets are $35 each and $40 each at the door.  Remember to bring your ID.

 

Working with the NAVY JROTC and the Cajun Navy, a relief group in Louisiana, we are having a sock donation competition between the grades.  For every new pair of socks, your grade gets one point.  This is all a part of the class competition for Homecoming week.  Take your clean new socks to your grade principals.  See the signs in the Commons for more information.

 

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 BETA Club meets Friday, A-block, in room 3000. Make sure to bring your dues!

 

Reminder to all Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors taking PSAT on Wednesday   you will need to bring your own graphing or scientific calculator.

 

"If you haven't noticed...there is a presidential election this year and Kingwood High School will be having a Mock Election on Thursday, October 27th. The election is open to all KHS students and you must have your Student ID # in order to participate. KHS is one of several high schools from across the country that will be participating in this event. The health of a democratic society can be measured by how well its people can have respectful dialogue about current events. Talk to your friends about who you might vote for and listen to what your friends have to say, as well. Please speak with Mr. Henry in room 2113 if you have any questions."

 

FRESHMAN if you have ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209.  We want to show class unity during Homecoming pep rally on this Friday.

 

Service Learning will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

The Criminal Justice Club will be having their Fall Fund Raiser at Fuddrucker’s on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Please see a club member, the CJ website,  or stop by 4209 for a flier that is needed for the club to receive credit.

 

KHS Best Buddies has a Spirit Night at Jason's Deli on October 24 from 5:30-10;00 pm.  Come support us.

 

Poinsettia Fundraiser for KHS Choir:  Available in pink, white, or red for $12 each.  Find a choir student or go to www.khschoir.com   Orders are due October 23rd.   Thank you for supporting KHS Choir!

 

Homecoming Week news:   Today is ‘Tacky Tourist Tuesday.  Teachers please count those students in your class right now that are actively participating in Tacky Tourist Day, and report by grade to Ms. Morris email.  Tomorrow is Wacky Socks Wednesday.

 

Party on the Patio is today outside at lunch. We’ll have GAGA ball, dunk a principal, pyramid competition, tug of war, and free Kroger Bakery cookies, plus other carnival games so come outside today at lunch.

Attention students that order food or have their parents drop food off at lunch, the circle drive will be closed, but they can turn into visitor parking and exit out of the main parking lot.  Text them and let them know.  There is a map on the KHS website.

 

Voting for the final Homecoming court is now online.   Voting ends today at 1:00 PM

 

Homecoming dance tickets are on sale now at all lunches and online until Wednesday at 1:00pm.  They’ll be on sale at lunch until Friday.  Tickets are $35 each and $40 each at the door.  Remember to bring your ID.

 

Working with the NAVY JROTC and the Cajun Navy, a relief group in Louisiana, we are having a sock donation competition between the grades.  For every new pair of socks, your grade gets one point.  This is all a part of the class competition for Homecoming week.  Take your clean new socks to your grade principals.  See the signs in the Commons for more information.

 

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 BETA Club meets Friday, A-block, in room 3000. Make sure to bring your dues!

 

Reminder to all Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors taking PSAT on Wednesday   you will need to bring your own graphing or scientific calculator.

 

"If you haven't noticed...there is a presidential election this year and Kingwood High School will be having a Mock Election on Thursday, October 27th. The election is open to all KHS students and you must have your Student ID # in order to participate. KHS is one of several high schools from across the country that will be participating in this event. The health of a democratic society can be measured by how well its people can have respectful dialogue about current events. Talk to your friends about who you might vote for and listen to what your friends have to say, as well. Please speak with Mr. Henry in room 2113 if you have any questions."

 

FRESHMAN if you have ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209.  We want to show class unity during Homecoming pep rally on this Friday.

 

Service Learning will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

The Criminal Justice Club will be having their Fall Fund Raiser at Fuddrucker’s on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Please see a club member, the CJ website,  or stop by 4209 for a flier that is needed for the club to receive credit.

 

KHS Best Buddies has a Spirit Night at Jason's Deli on October 24 from 5:30-10;00 pm.  Come support us.

 

Poinsettia Fundraiser for KHS Choir:  Available in pink, white, or red for $12 each.  Find a choir student or go to www.khschoir.com   Orders are due October 23rd.   Thank you for supporting KHS Choir!

 

Monday, October 17

Homecoming Week news:   Today is ‘Merica Monday.  Teachers please count those students actively wearing their red, white, and blue, and report by grade to Ms. Morris email.  Tomorrow is the Party on the Patio and the dress up day is Tacky tourist.

 

Party on the Patio is tomorrow outside at lunch. We’ll have GAGA ball, dunk a principal, pyramid competition, tug of war, and other carnival games so come outside at lunch on Tuesday.

 

Voting for the final Homecoming court is now online.   Voting ends tomorrow at 1:00 PM

 

Homecoming dance tickets are on sale now at all lunches and online until Wednesday at 1:00pm.  They’ll be on sale at lunch until Friday.  Tickets are $35 each and $40 each at the door.  Remember to bring your ID.

 

We’re going to have some fun  competition to homecoming week and help some very needy people at the same time.  Working with the NAVY JROTC and the Cajun Navy in Lousiana, we are having a sock donation competition between the grades.  For every new pair of socks, your grade gets one point.  This is all a part of the class competition.  Take your clean new socks to your grade principals.  See the signs in the Commons for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reminder to all Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors taking PSAT on Wednesday Oct 19th  you will need to bring your own graphing or scientific calculator.

 

"If you haven't noticed...there is a presidential election this year and Kingwood High School will be having a Mock Election on Thursday, October 27th. The election is open to all KHS students and you must have your Student ID # in order to participate. KHS is one of several high schools from across the country that will be participating in this event. The health of a democratic society can be measured by how well its people can have respectful dialogue about current events. Talk to your friends about who you might vote for and listen to what your friends have to say, as well. Please speak with Mr. Henry in room 2113 if you have any questions."

 

FRESHMAN if you have ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209.  We want to show class unity during Homecoming pep rally on this Friday.

 

The Criminal Justice Club will be having their Fall Fund Raiser at Fuddrucker’s on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Please see a club member, the CJ website,  or stop by 4209 for a flier that is needed for the club to receive credit.

 

KHS Best Buddies has a Spirit Night at Jason's Deli on October 24 from 5:30-10;00 pm.  Come support us.

 

Poinsettia Fundraiser for KHS Choir:  Available in pink, white, or red for $12 each.  Find a choir student or go to www.khschoir.com   Orders are due October 23rd.   Thank you for supporting KHS Choir!

 

 

Monday, October 3

Voting for the homecoming court is now online…you can go there now and vote for your grade’s homecoming court.  Voting ends today at 1PM.

The Homecoming Website is up to date!  Check there for all information about spirit days, party on the patio, and dance and ticket information. Online ticket purchases are now available.

Pyramid Competition forms are available on the homecoming website or in the student council room, 2700.  You just need 11 people to build a pyramid.  Clubs, sports, organizations are also invited to participate in the Homecoming wagon parade.

The homecoming website is located under activities on the KHS website.

 

 The Freshman Class has a Fundraiser at Fuddruckers this Thursday, October 6, 2016

11 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.  You will need the flier for Freshman class to receive the credit.

Freshman if you ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209 to do so.

 

Tickets for the Fillies Annual Tailgate party are now on sale in the Commons at lunch.  If you plan on joining us for this annual pre-game event, you need to buy a ticket so we know how much barbeque to prepare for.  There might be some leftover for walk-ups but there is no guarantee of that.  This is for

the next game on Saturday at 6pm.  The Fillies tailgate party is from 4 to 5:45.  BBQ Tickets are $10 and available at lunch today, from a Fillie, or online at kingwoodfillies.net

 

Thank you to all our officers, members and participants of our 3rd annual Walk for Water this past Saturday.

We raised $1600.00 towards drilling a well in Latin America.

Donations are still being accepted this week and you can still buy a  Living Water t-shirt for $5.00.

Please come by room 4304.

Meeting is Tuesday during B lunch.

 

Friday, Sept 30

Students: Today is the last day to turn in a level change request for this semester. Forms are available in all house offices and are due to your house office by 3:00 p.m.  Forms require parent and teacher signatures.

 

Senior Ads for Yearbook are due today.

 

Voting for the homecoming court is now online…you can go there now and vote for your grade’s homecoming court.  Voting ends Monday at 1PM.

The Homecoming Website is up to date!  Check there for all information about spirit days, party on the patio, and dance and ticket information. Online ticket purchases are now available.

Pyramid Competition forms are available on the homecoming website or in the student council room, 2700.  You just need 11 people to build a pyramid.  Clubs, sports, organizations are also invited to participate in the Homecoming wagon parade.

The homecoming website is located under activities on the KHS website.

 

 

Freshman if you ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209 to do so.

 

Join us for the Walk for Water this Saturday at 8:30 a.m.at KHS.  All proceeds go towards building water wells in developing countries.  $10 tickets will be for sale during lunch on Wed, Thurs and Friday and $15.00 Saturday morning. Cash only please.  A parent waiver form is required.

 

 

 

Tickets for the Fillies Annual Tailgate party are now on sale in the Commons at lunch.  If you plan on joining us for this annual pre-game event, you need to buy a ticket so we know how much barbeque to prepare for.  There might be some leftover for walk-ups but there is no guarantee of that.  This is for

the next game on Saturday at 6pm.  The Fillies tailgate party is from 4 to 5:45.  BBQ Tickets are $10 and available at lunch today, from a Fillie, or online at kingwoodfillies.net

 

 

Did you watch Grease LIVE when it was on TV?  2011 Kingwood High school grad and former Tech Theatre student Will Gosset received an EMMY award for best lighting design and direction for his work on Grease Live!  Check out his picture at the Emmy awards along with highlights from last night’s game on the Kingwood High School twitter feed.

 

 

 

The Mustang Varsity football team defeated Goose Creek Memorial last night 31-0.  Great game, Stangs.  Tennis is on the road today at Deer Park, Cross Country teams are at Lone Star College and  Round Rock this weekend.  Join the Walk for Water tomorrow morning. At 8:30.

 

That leaves us with Volleyball at home tonight taking on the Patriots of Goose Creek Memorial.  Games at 4:30, 5:30, and 6:30.  The Mustangs are coming off of a big district win over Summer Creek on Tuesday and are going to keep the victories rolling in for tonight and the next two games at home.  Bring it to the gym tonight.  Make it the House of Blue tonight at KHS…you know what to do…bring your blue….and let it shine through.

Thursday, Sept 29

Students: Tomorrow is the last day to turn in a level change request for this semester. Forms are available in all house offices and are due to your house office by 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. Forms require parent and teacher signatures.

 

Senior Ads for Yearbook are due this Friday, Sept. 30th

 

Any student that missed school pictures.  Today is the makeup day in room 4406.  Again, these are not retakes…this is only for those that missed their school picture day.  If you missed picture day and didn’t receive a form, go to room 4406.

 

Teachers and staff, today is your picture day.  Please come to room 4406 today until 2:45

 

The Homecoming Website is up to date!  Check there for all information about spirit days, party on the patio, and dance and ticket information. Online ticket purchases are now available.

Pyramid Competition forms are available on the homecoming website or in the student council room, 2700.  You just need 11 people to build a pyramid.  Clubs, sports, organizations are also invited to participate in the Homecoming wagon parade.

The homecoming website is located under activities on the KHS website.

 

 

Freshman if you ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209 to do so.

 

Join us for the Walk for Water this Saturday at 8:30 a.m.at KHS.  All proceeds go towards building water wells in developing countries.  $10 tickets will be for sale during lunch on Wed, Thurs and Friday and $15.00 Saturday morning. Cash only please.  A parent waiver form is required.

 

 

Thursday night the Freshmen White football team defeated Goose Creek 20-0. The Mustang Defense earned their 2nd shut out of the season. Great job Mustangs

 

Congratulations to the Freshman Blue Football team last night for their 49-14 victory over Goose Creek Memorial!  Touchdowns were scored by Jacob Martin, Eddie Camps, Aidan Heard, Carson Irvin, Trey Richardson, & Trace Knight. The defense was led by Ryan Jones, Parker Hemphill, Logan Martin, & Jack Townsend.

 

The JV Blue football team traveled to Goose Creek Memorial last night and shut out the Patriots 31-0. The defense held them to just 2 first downs. This brings the Mustangs record to 3-2, and 1-1 in district. Great job gentlemen.

 

Tonight under the Thursday night lights at Turner Stadium, varsity football takes on the Patriots of Goose Creek Memorial.  

Wednesday, Sept 28

Purchase your fillie tailgate tickets at lunch today. The tailgate will be on 10/8 before the football game from 4-5:45. Tickets are $10 for adult plates and $5 for kids plates.

 

Senior Ads for Yearbook are due this Friday, Sept. 30th

 

Any student that missed school pictures.  The makeup day is tomorrow.  Again, these are not retakes…this is only for those that missed their school picture day.  If you missed picture day and didn’t receive a form, go to room 4406.

 

Teachers and staff, tomorrow is your picture day.  Please come to room 4406 from 8:30 to 2:45

 

The Homecoming Website is up to date!  Check there for all information about spirit days, party on the patio, and dance and ticket information.

Pyramid Competition forms are available on the homecoming website or in the student council room, 2700.  You just need 11 people to build a pyramid.  Clubs, sports, organizations are also invited to participate in the Homecoming wagon parade.

The homecoming website is located under activities on the KHS website.

 

 

Freshman if you ordered a shirt or would like to purchase one please stop by 4209 to do so.

 

Join us for the Walk for Water this Saturday at 8:30 a.m.at KHS.  All proceeds go towards building water wells in developing countries.  $10 tickets will be for sale during lunch on Wed, Thurs and Friday and $15.00 Saturday morning. Cash only please.  A parent waiver form is required.

 

 

IF you are a HOSA member, interested in being in HOSA, or just looking for a wonderful leadership organization to join- Please come to the HOSA meeting on Thursday morning, at 8:45 in the Auditorium.

Come see what this amazing organization is all about.

Monday, Sept 26

National Art Honor Society will meet today during A lunch in room 2803.

 

Tomorrow during both lunches, the Teen Aged Republicans will be deputized to register of aged individuals for this year's election.  Come to our table at lunch and register if you have not already done so.  Members of TARS, please go straight to our table at lunch on Tuesday so you can get deputized then help others get registered.

 

Purchase your fillie tailgate tickets at lunch today. The tailgate will be on 10/8 before the football game from 4-5:45. Tickets are $10 for adult plates and $5 for kids plates.

 

Senior Ads for Yearbook are due this Friday, Sept. 30th

 

This weekend Kingwood Debate won 2nd overall sweepstakes at Cy Woods.

 

Ingrid Pina won FIRST in dramtic interp. With this win, Ingrid becomes the first KHS student to qualify for State!

 

Mason Duncan placed 5th in humorous interp.

 

Devan Karp and Kristin Laygan placed 4th in duo interp.

 

In policy debate Ronan Padhye and Sam Cavnar-Johnson won third place, and Sam was also awarded the 3rd place overall speaker award.

 

Jake Castleman won 3rd place in Novice Lincoln Douglas

 

The Novice Public forums teams of Tori Barker and Taylor Batten tied with Darian MCCrary and (SAw ruh) Sara Aghayeva for 3rd place. Sara Aghayeva was awarded the top overall speaker award for Novice public forum.

 

Congrats to all those that participated in another Kingwood Debate win!

 

 

Friday Sept. 16

Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets today during B block lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is NOT just for athletes,  please stop by and see what we are all about.  Everyone is welcome.

 

School planners are in.  If you ordered a planner and did not receive one please come pick them up at lunch today.  We will be sitting in the main hallway during lunch.

 

FRIDAY is your last day to sign up for Talent Show! Grab a form from a house office of Scalia's room 2105 and turn it in to the Student Council room where you can sign up for a time to audition! Remember auditions are a time of your choosing not next week, but the week after, September 26th- 29th so you still have time to polish your act before auditioning- go sign up!"

 

Spanish club will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

We are accepting membership dues and club donation of $25.00

 

Freshman Class shirts are in.  If you ordered one or would like to purchase one,  please pick up during lunch in the commons.

 

French Club meets today in room 4302, during B block lunch. Bring your dues!

 

Do you have a passion for Social Studies? Interested in U.S. Constitutional history? Come join Social Studies UIL with Mr. Henry. We will have our first official meeting on Tuesday during B Block of lunch in room 2113."

 

Spots are filling up quickly for the summer trip to Ireland, England and Scotland. The deadline to secure your spot is Wednesday, September 21. If you were unable to come to the recent evening meeting, please see Mr. Bradley during A block lunch on Monday  to get information and to get signed up."

 

 

Today is National Playdoh day!! Stop by the library and create something with this compound that originated back in 1933 as a wallpaper cleaner.

 

 

The JV White football team played a non-district game last night against the Cavaliers from College Park High School.  The Mustangs started fast scoring a touchdown on the second play of the game.  From there,  the boys in blue never looked back.  The final result was a sound 35-0 victory.  The win improved the JV White record to 4-0 on the season.  Stand out players were:  Trey Dees, Blake Parr, Jackson Burrowes, Cade Purcell, Caleb Wright,  and the entire Mustang Defense.  The Mustangs will be back in action next Thursday when we take on the Eagles from Atascocita.

 

With your teacher’s permission, take out your phones right now and go to the KHS website…there you can vote for the dress up days for Homecoming and also nominate for Homecoming court.

 

Varsity Tennis hosts Channelview at KHS today.  Cross Country hosts the Andy Wells Invitational on Saturday, and ROTC hosts a drill meet tomorrow.

Come support KHS Volleyball vs CE King tonite in the gym!  430 FR, 530 JV, 630 Varsity.

Join the “BLOCK PARTY” and get a T-Shirt!

Peter and the starcatcher tonight and Saturday at 7:30

Thursday, Sept 15

Hearthstone club meets today at lunch in B Block, room 4000

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet tomorrow during B block lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is NOT just for athletes,  please stop by and see what we are all about.  Everyone is welcome.

 

School planners are in.  If you ordered a planner and did not receive one please come pick them up at lunch today.  We will be sitting in the main hallway during lunch.

 

FRIDAY is your last day to sign up for Talent Show! Grab a form from a house office of Scalia's room 2105 and turn it in to the Student Council room where you can sign up for a time to audition! Remember auditions are a time of your choosing not next week, but the week after, September 26th- 29th so you still have time to polish your act before auditioning- go sign up!"

 

Spanish club will meet this Friday during B lunch in room 4304.

We are accepting membership dues and club donation of $25.00

 

Freshman Class shirts are in.  If you ordered one or would like to purchase one,  please pick up during lunch in the commons.

 

French Club meet Friday, in room 4302, during B block lunch. Bring your dues!

 

Do you have a passion for Social Studies? Interested in U.S. Constitutional history? Come join Social Studies UIL with Mr. Henry. We will have our first official meeting on Tuesday during B Block of lunch in room 2113."

 

Spots are filling up quickly for the summer trip to Ireland, England and Scotland. The deadline to secure your spot is Wednesday, September 21. If you were unable to come to the recent evening meeting, please see Mr. Bradley during A block lunch on Thursday, 9/15, or Monday 9/19 to get information and to get signed up."

 

 

Today is National Playdoh day!! Stop by the library and create something with this compound that originated back in 1933 as a wallpaper cleaner.

 

 

Tuesday, Sept 13

Congratulations to Diana Aston! She was voted as the Super Staffer for the month of August.  She truly reflects what it means to be a true super staffer! Mrs. Aston is our campus IT and is always super busy but is ALWAYS willing to help in any way she can. She does it with a smile on her face regardless of being pulled in so many different directions. So thankful to have her support and have her on this campus.

 

Costa Rica can be your Spring Break destination! Zip-lines, kayaking, whitewater rafting,  & snorkeling. Join us for Spring Break as we discover the amazing country of Costa Rica. Info meeting tonight at 6:00 in the library. See Ms Schilling, Mr McGrew or Ms Lard for details.

 

 

Need Friends? WE DO! .... come to hearthstone club, Thursdays B Block, room 4000

 

Students - Please join us to be part of our Service Learning Club.  We work together on projects that help our local and global community progress.   It's a great way to get involved and make a difference.  See you this Wednesday in  room 4304 during B Lunch.

 

 

 

 

"Junior and Seniors!

Interested in spending some of your summer in Ireland, Scotland, and England? See Mr. Bradley (rm 2409) for more details. Info meeting Today, Sept. 13 at 6 PM. Bring your parents."

 

 

Talent Show audition forms are available in Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 or Office 2400 and must be filled out before the end of next week.  Auditions are the week of September 26th to 29th.

 

Sept. 25th is the deadline for Juniors to register for the PSAT.

 

Friday, Sept, 9

 

"Junior and Seniors!

Interested in spending some of your summer in Ireland, Scotland, and England? See Mr. Bradley (rm 2409) for more details. Info meeting Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 6 PM. Bring your parents."

 

Sophomore school pictures are today in English Classes.  Juniors are on Monday.  There are no make-up sessions, only for those that were absent.

 

Teen-aged Republicans meet today in A-block lunch in room 4111.

 

Spanish club meets today in room 4304 during B lunch.  We will vote on officers.  Bring $5 to vote and pay your club dues.

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets today in B block lunch in the auditorium.   FCA meetings are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about what we do.

 

Talent Show audition forms are available in Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 or Office 2400 and must be filled out before the end of next week.  Auditions are the week of September 26th to 29th.

 

Sept. 25th is the deadline for Juniors to register for the PSAT.

 

Best Buddies info meeting today in LGI 2210 at lunch

 

National Art Honor Society will meet Monday in A lunch in room 2803.  You do not have to be a current art student to join.

 

The Freshmen White Football team defeated the Friendswood Mustangs 14-7. Great job Mustangs .

 

 

Congratulations to the Freshman Blue Football Team last night for their 32-12 victory over Friendswood.  Carson Irvin, Cade Burgess, Eddie Camps, & Lucas Borchers all played great last night.  Trace Knight, Trey Richardson, Jack Reilly, Jordan Perez, & John Imperato all scored for the Mustangs! Great job!

 

 

The Kingwood JV White Football team traveled to Friendswood yesterday afternoon for a pre-district showdown.  In the battle of the Mustangs, The Kingwood Mustangs ended the day victorious with a hard fought 27-12 win.  Stand outs were Blake Parr, Luke Abler, Cade Purcell and Jack Ingolia.  The win improves the JV White record to 3 - 0 on the season.  The Mustangs will be in action again next week when they take on the Cavaliers from College Park here at KHS.

 

Tennis is at Atascocita today starting at 3:15, boys Cross Country is in Huntsville this weekend for the Region preview, volleyball is on the road to Baytown Sterling, and Varsity football is at Turner Stadium Saturday with a 6PM Kick-off.  It’s senior night, so get there early and help us honor our seniors.  And we’re just two weeks from our first school dance, the bad 80’s dance.

Thursday, Sept 8

Are you looking for a place where you can make a difference in the lives? Are you looking for a place to meet lifelong friends? Are you looking for a place to do more than you ever thought you could? If so, then you belong in KEY Club.

KEY Club is a student-led organization that teaches leadership skills through service to others. When you join KEY Club, you’ll make a difference in two ways—through club service projects that benefit your community and through partnerships with UNICEF, March of Dimes and Children’s Miracle Network that help people around the globe.

If you are interested in joining, KEY Club is having its first informational meeting Today during the B-Block of lunch in LGI 4310. Hope to see you there.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

School pictures are this week during English classes. Seniors are Wednesday/Thursday, sophomores on Friday and Juniors on Monday, Sept. 12.         Seniors if you are not in an Eng 4 class, please see your counselor or Ms. Palmer about senior pictures

 We do not have make-ups, only retakes for students who were absent. That will take place on a later date.

 

"Teen Aged Republicans:  There is a very important meeting THIS Friday  September 9th during A-Block lunch in room 4111.  You need to attend or speak to Mr. Conley about the important information that you will be missing.  It is very important!"

 

An orange and white Lexar flash drive was lost on Monday night for the Parent Open House. If anyone has found it could you please turn it in to house office 2400

 

Attention Seniors!  If you have already paid for a Class T-shirt, today is the last day to pick it up.  All unclaimed shirts will be placed back into inventory and sold.  Pick up your shirt today during lunch in office 2100.  Seniors, if you would still like to order a Senior Class shirt, stop by office 2100 during lunch one day this week to place an order.  This is the last week for ordering Senior shirts.

 

Students - Please join the Service Learning Club.  We work together on projects that help our local and global community improve   It's a great way to get involved and make a difference.  See you this Wednesday in  room 4304 during B Lunch.

 

Spanish Club will meet this Friday to vote for our new officers for the upcoming year. Please join us during B lunch this Friday in room 4304 and bring $5 to vote and pay for your club dues.  All interested students are welcomed!

 

Bonjour all French Students, écoutez s'il vous plaît !  Come learn about the Texas French Symposium, and how you can compete to win a trip to France.  Room 4302 at the top of "B" block.  TFS veterans, see you "A" block. à bientôt!

 

 

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet this week on Friday during B Block Lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is not just for athletes.  Our meetings are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about what we do.  Please join us on Friday.

 

Criminal Justice Club meets Thursday in Block A lunch in room 4209. Anyone interested please join us.

 

Are you interested in being a vet, doctor, dentist or anything health or science related; or even just looking for a well-respected leadership organization? Then HOSA, future health professionals, is for you! Come find out what HOSA is all about, and all the opportunities that it offers.  HOSA meeting this Thursday @ 8:45 in the Auditorium.

 

Talent Show Audition forms are now available in Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 or House office 2400 and must be filled out before the end of next week. Auditions will be the week of September 26th-29th”

 

 Juniors:  Sept. 25th is last day to register for the PSAT .

 

Best buddies will have info meetings today, Thursday and Friday during lunch in LGI 2210

Tuesday, Sept. 6th

Tonight is the Volleyball Salute to our Veterans, a special program to honor veterans will happen at 5:15 with the Varsity game starting at 5:30.  Please come to tonight’s game wearing your red, white, and blue.  

School pictures start this week.  Freshman are today, Seniors Wednesday/Thursday, Sophomores on Friday and Juniors on Monday, Sept. 12.    All take place during English classes.  Seniors if you are not in an Eng 4 class, please see your counselor or Ms. Palmer about senior pictures

 We do not have make-ups, only retakes for students who were absent. That will take place on a later date.

 

Criminal Justice Club will have a meeting on Thursday, September 8, 2016 during Block A lunch in room 4209. Anyone interested please join us.

 

Girls Learn International club meets today A block in room 2107!  The GLI Program supports the empowerment of U.S. and international students to create real solutions that address the obstacles girls and women face locally and around the world. Come and enjoy free food and more. Today, room 2107, A block!

 

Are you interested in being a vet, doctor, dentist or anything health or science related; or even just looking for a well-respected leadership organization? Then HOSA, future health professionals, is for you! Come find out what HOSA is all about, and all the opportunities that it offers.  HOSA meeting this Thursday @ 8:45 in the Auditorium.

 

Talent Show Audition forms are now available in Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 or House office 2400 and must be filled out before the end of next week. Auditions will be the week of September 26th-29th”

 

 

Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.

 

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

Friday, Sept. 2nd

Talent Show Audition forms are now available in Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 or House office 2400 and must be filled out before the end of next week. Auditions will be the week of September 26th-29th”

 

Spanish Honor Society has a mandatory meeting today during B Block of lunch

 in LGI 4310.

 

Are you interested in politics?  The Teen Aged Republicans are looking for new members who will help register people to vote, volunteer at local headquarters, and hold weekly meetings.  Come to room 4111 today during A-block lunch.

 

"UNICEF Meets today in A-Block, room 2409.

 

French Club meets today in room 4302 during "B" block.

 

Spanish club meets today. We will be taking nominations for officers during B lunch in room 4304.

If you are interested in anything español:   food, field trips, new amigos or anything about the Spanish speaking culture, please join us during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Senior Class t-shirts are in! Stop by our table in the cafeteria during lunch today to pick yours up. Look for your class officers. If you didn't order shirt yet, don't fret. We will be taking new orders for t-shirts on Thursday and Friday. Shirts are $15. Come with cash or check."

 

Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.

 

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

 

The Freshmen White Football team traveled to Huntsville last night. The Mustangs played another great defensive game, and beat the Hornets 7-0. Great job Mustangs

 

Congratulations to the Freshman Blue Football team for their 40-6 victory over Fort Bend Travis H.S. last night.  Cade Burgess, Logan Martin, Parker Hemphill, Zach Loflin, & Ryan Jones all had great plays on defense.  Trace Knight, Trey Richardson, Aidan Heard, Jack Reilly, & John Imperato all scored touchdowns.  Come see the Freshman Blue Team play Friendswood at home next week.

 

The JV White football team was in action again last night here on the campus of KHS.  The Mustangs were taking on the Bulldogs from Fort Bend Austin in the early game.  Things started off slowly before the boys in blue broke things open in the second quarter.  The defense put on another strong performance and the Mustangs won the game 32-6.  The JV White team improves to 2-0 on the year and will be in action again next week when they travel to Friendswood.  Great Job Mustangs.

 

The JV blue team had an exciting win over the Austin Bulldogs last night to bring our record to 2-0. We came from behind and crossed the goal line with 4 seconds left in the game for the victory. Great job.  

 

Varsity football is away on Saturday night at Fort Bend Austin.  Girls cross country is at Seven Lakes on Saturday. Volleyball is away this weekend.  Varisty tennis is off this weekend, but have recently been ranked 19  in the state and 5 in the region.  Way to go team tennis.

Thursday Sept. 1st

Tomorrow is National College Shirt day…so wear your best college school shirts and colors.  Teachers will be competing by department.

 

Attention Spanish Honor Society Members: We will be meeting this Friday during B Block of lunch

 in LGI 4310. This is our first meeting of the year so it is mandatory!"

 

Are you interested in politics?  The Teen Aged Republicans are looking for new members who will help register people to vote, volunteer at local headquarters, and hold weekly meetings.  Come to room 4111 this Friday during A-block lunch.

 

"UNICEF Meets Friday A-Block, room 2409.

 

French Club meets this Friday in room 4302 during "B" block.

 

Spanish club meets this Friday. We will be taking nominations for officers during B lunch in room 4304.

If you are interested in anything español:   food, field trips, new amigos or anything about the Spanish speaking culture, please join us during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Senior Class t-shirts are in! Stop by our table in the cafeteria during lunch today to pick yours up. Look for your class officers. If you didn't order shirt yet, don't fret. We will be taking new orders for t-shirts on Thursday and Friday. Shirts are $15. Come with cash or check."

 

Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.

 

 

Attention Juniors! If you have not purchased a Junior class T-Shirt yet, please come by Mr. Scalia's room (2105) and order yours today! We will be sending off the order this week, so time is short

 

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

JV football games are here this evening at KHS.  Come out and support the Mustangs.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

 

Interested in learning about other religions?  Interfaith Club will start meeting Wednesday A block in room 2107.  Come for friendly and open discussions about all religions.  There'll be free food too.

 

Students –  Please join us for our first Spanish club meeting this Friday. We will be taking nominations for officers during B lunch in room 4304. I f you are interested in anything español:   food, field trips, new amigos or anything about the Spanish speaking culture, please join us during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Senior Class t-shirts are in! Stop by our table in the cafeteria during lunch today to pick yours up. Look for your class officers. If you didn't order shirt yet, don't fret. We will be taking new orders for t-shirts on Thursday and Friday. Shirts are $15. Come with cash or check."

 

Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.  However, Juniors…the PSAT PREP class is now closed.

 

Are you interested in politics?  The Teen Aged Republicans are looking for new members who will help register people to vote, volunteer at local headquarters, and hold weekly meetings.  Come to room 4111 this Friday during A-block lunch.

 

"UNICEF Meets Friday A-Block, room 2409.

 

French Club meets this Friday in room 4302 during "B" block.

 

Attention Juniors! If you have not purchased a Junior class T-Shirt yet, please come by Mr. Scalia's room (2105) and order yours today! We will be sending off the order this week, so time is short

 

Service Learning Club meets today in room 4304.  We work together on projects that help our local and global community improve.   It's a great way to get involved and make a difference.  We meet today in  room 4304 during B Lunch.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

Creative Writing Club meets today, B-Block in Mrs. Forys' room.

 

Wildlife conservation club meets todsy in Mr. Carnahan’s room #2719 during B block lunch.

 

 

Tuesday August 30th

 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have it's first meeting on Tuesday, August 30th, during B lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is not just for athletes, our doors are open to anyone interested in seeing what we are all about.  Please join us on Tuesday.  We hope to see you there.

 

The Lady Mustang Cross Country Team opened up the season with a bang at the Classmate Challenge on Saturday.  Senior, Sarah Antrich started the morning off with a win in the senior girls race.  Jessica Hergott followed with another victory in the junior girls race.  Ensley Hammond finished second in the sophomore girls race and Freshman, Rachel James won her race to finish off the meet.  The Lady Mustangs walked away with the overall team victory slaughtering second place Seven Lakes.  Way to go, girls!

 

Senior Class t-shirts are in! If you ordered a shirt and have not yet received yours, stop by our table in the cafeteria during lunch on Tuesday or Wednesday to pick yours up. Look for your class officers. If you didn't order shirt yet, don't fret. We will be taking new orders for t-shirts on Thursday and Friday. Shirts are $15. Come with cash or check."

 

Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.  However, Juniors…the PSAT PREP class is now closed.

 

Are you interested in politics?  The Teen Aged Republicans are looking for new members who will help register people to vote, volunteer at local headquarters, and hold weekly meetings.  Come to room 4111 this Friday during A-block lunch.

 

"UNICEF Meeting Friday, 9/2, A-Block, room 2409. See you there!"

 

 

Interested in blossoming your French speaking skills and embracing French culture?  Come to the first Club meeting this Friday in room 4302 during "B" block.

 

Are you interested in serving your greater community and helping girls obtain rights and access to education in developing countries? If so  then join the Girls Learn International club today in room 2107 during A block!

 

Attention Juniors! If you have not purchased a Junior class T-Shirt yet, please come by Mr. Scalia's room (2105) and order yours today! We will be sending off the order this week, so time is short

 

Students - Please join us to be part of our Service Learning Club.  We work together on projects that help our local and global community improve   It's a great way to get involved and make a difference.  See you this Wednesday in  room 4304 during B Lunch.

 

 

 

The library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00. NHS tutoring will be available.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

Creative Writing Club meets Wednesdays, B-Block in Mrs. Forys' room.

 

Wildlife conservation club meets Wednesdays in Mr. Carnahan’s room #2719 during B block lunch. Hope to see you there.

 

Student readers, consider the Book Study Club which meets on Mondays during B Lunch in Rm 2309, Ms. Piperi's room. This group reads one book per grading period with in depth discussion  . Another option is the Student Book Club which meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month starting Sept 7, in the library break room during both lunches.

 

Volleyball has home games tonight.  Kingwood vs College Park  

Freshman/JV        430 pm   Varsity 530 pm        Concessions will be open!

 

American Sign Language club and American Sign Language honor society meets today during B lunch in the ASL classroom.  Last years ASL 2 students interested in honor society must attend this informational meeting.

 

Monday, August 29th

 

Tonight is Open House.  Give your parents your schedule and invite them to tour the school.

 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have it's first meeting on Tuesday, August 30th, during B lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is not just for athletes, our doors are open to anyone interested in seeing what we are all about.  Please join us on Tuesday.  We hope to see you there.

 

Attention Juniors:  PSAT registration is now open. Please visit the KHS website for details and registration. Deadline to register is September 25th.

 

Interested in blossoming your French speaking skills and embracing French culture?  Come to the first Club meeting this Friday in room 4302 during "B" block.

 

Attention Juniors! If you have not purchased a Junior class T-Shirt yet, please come by Mr. Scalia's room (2105) and order yours today! We will be sending off the order this week, so time is short

 

Students - Please join us to be part of our Service Learning Club.  We work together on projects that help our local and global community improve   It's a great way to get involved and make a difference.  See you this Wednesday in  room 4304 during B Lunch.

 

 

 

The library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00. NHS tutoring will be available.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

Creative Writing Club meets Wednesdays, B-Block in Mrs. Forys' room.

 

Wildlife conservation club meets Wednesdays in Mr. Carnahan’s room #2719 during B block lunch. Hope to see you there.

 

Student readers, consider the Book Study Club which meets on Mondays during B Lunch in Rm 2309, Ms. Piperi's room. This group reads one book per grading period with in depth discussion  . Another option is the Student Book Club which meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month starting Sept 7, in the library break room during both lunches.

 

 

Friday, August 26th

 

Today, all students with early release must stop by office 4100 during lunch to get your early release ID.  Once you have secured your early release ID go to office 4300 to get your early release sticker for your vehicle."

 

 The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have it's first meeting on Tuesday, August 30th, during B lunch in the Auditorium.  FCA is not just for athletes, our doors are open to anyone interested in seeing what we are all about.  Please join us on Tuesday.  We hope to see you there.

 

 

Science Olympiad meets today during B lunch in Ms Butler's room 3014.

 

The library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00. NHS tutoring will be available.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

Creative Writing Club meets Wednesdays, B-Block in Mrs. Forys' room.

 

Wildlife conservation club meets Wednesdays in Mr. Carnahan’s room #2719 during B block lunch. Hope to see you there.

 

CTE students riding a bus to another campus for class will be picked up in the back 1st and 7th period... All other periods will be picked up in the front of the building.

 

Interested in joining a group of student readers? Consider the Book Study Club which meets on Mondays during B Lunch in Rm 2309, Ms. Piperi's room. This group reads one book per grading period with in depth discussion. First meeting, August 30. Another option is the Student Book Club which meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month starting Sept 7, in the library break room during both lunches. This club reads a wide variety of current YA books.

 

Football tickets go on sale today and Friday during lunch by the theatre ticket booth.  Students are $3 and adults are $5.  All tickets at the gate are $8.  Remember, if it’s raining… no umbrellas at Turner stadium.  Good luck to our non-Varsity games playing today.

 

Last night sub-varsity football….  the Freshmen White team defeated Ridgepoint in their season opener 9-8.  coming back late in the 4th quarter to seal the victory. Freshman Blue won 37-13 victory over Ridge Point last night.  Great plays were made by Brandon Lewis, Lucas Borchers, & Aiden Heard. Touchdowns were scored by Trace Knight, Trey Richardson, Jack Reilly, & John Imperato.

 

The Kingwood High School JV Football teams traveled to Fort Bend Ridge Point yesterday to open the 2016 Football season.

The Mustang White team got things started with a bang by shutting out Ridge Point in 34-0 win.

After a long bus ride and then a long weather delay, the JV Blue football team held on to defeat the Ridge Point Panthers 14-7. Darrell Edwards grabbed a deflected pass in the end zone for the first Touch down of the night. Manning Seales plowed across the goal line for the second TD. The panthers tried to mount a comeback late in the game, but the defense led held on. The JV teams will be in action next week here at KHS when they take on Fort Bend Stephen F. Austin.

Tonight, Varsity Tennis takes on Friendswood at the Kingwood Country Club, Volleyball is away at Clear Creek, and Cross Country has the Kingwood Classmate challenge here at KHS Saturday.

 

Tonight….is the first home Varsity football game at Turner Stadium.  The Mustangs will be taking on the Panthers of Ridge Point.  Buy your tickets at lunch for a discount…all tickets at the gate are $8.00.  Kick-off is at 7PM so you need to be in the stands by 6:30.  There’s a chance of rain tonight, so remember that you cannot bring umbrellas into Turner Stadium.  Good luck to the Varsity football team, the band, cheerleaders and Fillies as they all perform tonight at Turner Stadium.

 

 

 

Thursday, Aug 25th

 

Beginning Friday August 26th, all students who currently have early release must stop by office 4100 during lunch to get your early release ID.  Once you have secured your early release ID go to office 4300 to get your early release sticker for your vehicle."

 

Interested in science? Come to the first science olympiad meeting this Friday during B lunch in Ms Butler's room 3014.

 

Starting on August 30, the library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00. NHS tutoring will be available.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

Creative Writing Club meets Wednesdays, B-Block in Mrs. Forys' room.  Join us and expand and exercise your writing skills in an open, fun environment. That's Wednesday, B-Block, room 2411. The right place to write.

 

If you’re interested in wildlife conservation, gaining experience working with animals and participating in real research then come join the Wildlife conservation club Wednesdays in Mr. Carnahan’s room #2719 during B block lunch. Hope to see you there.

 

CTE students riding a bus to another campus for class will be picked up in the back 1st and 7th period... All other periods will be picked up in the front of the building.

 

Interested in joining a group of student readers? Consider the Book Study Club which meets on Mondays during B Lunch in Rm 2309, Ms. Piperi's room. This group reads one book per grading period with in depth discussion. First meeting, August 30. Another option is the Student Book Club which meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month starting Sept 7, in the library break room during both lunches. This club reads a wide variety of current YA books.

 

Football tickets go on sale today and Friday during lunch by the theatre ticket booth.  Students are $3 and adults are $5.  All tickets at the gate are $8.  Remember, if it’s raining… no umbrellas at Turner stadium.  Good luck to our non-Varsity games playing today.

 

Tuesday August 23, 2016

 

 

Beginning Friday August 26th, all students who currently have early release must stop by office 4100 during lunch to get your early release ID.  Once you have secured your early release ID go to office 4300 to get your early release sticker for your vehicle."

 

"The first meeting of Speak Jesus Club will be meeting Tuesday during B Lunch in room 3015.  If you are looking for a club to join and meet new people, please come by Tuesday in 3015"

 

Starting on August 30, the library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00. NHS tutoring will be available.

 

Best buddies will have info meetings Sept 7th, 8th and 9th during lunch in LGI 2210

 

The PTSA would like to thank you for joining their organization.   PTSA would like to encourage everyone to join.  PTSA helps our school in many ways.  Seniors, this is a great opportunity to join because PTSA will award (4) Seniors 1,000.00 scholarships.  The membership is $10.00 per person and you do not have to attend any meetings.  Go to the KHS website, PTSA and complete the form and turn in to the greeter’s desk.  Congratulations to our newest PTSA winners.  You may pick your door prize up at the Greeter’s Desk beginning on Wednesday, August 24th

 

 

 

 

9th Grade

Maddie Dunleavy (Vera Bradley Backpack) - home delivery

Abigal Bentley (Skeeter’s)

Chloe Clark (Chuy’s)

Candriel Garcia (Great Harvest Bakery)

Emma Ebert (La Madeline)

Kayla Zettlemoyer (Eno with Atlas Straps) - home delivery

Blake Porter (Wireless Beats Headset) - home delivery

 

 

10th Grade

Grayson Grahen (ShowBiz)

Jake Byers (Cilantro’s)

Alyssa Burts (El Ranchero)

Brooke Parker (Skeeter’s)

 

 

11th Grade

McKenzie Borchers (Russo’s NY Pizzeria)

Carson Crane (GiGi’s Cupcakes)

Garrett Allen (Zachary’s)

Kristia Stoner (Pirate’s Cove)

 

 

12th Grade

Matthew Weymss (Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches)

Nicole Meriano (Pirate’s Cove)

AJ Irvin (Pirates Cove)

Jennifer Messmer (El Ranchero)

Dawson Odom (30 oz YETI Rambler with lid)

Lansoon Ferrara (20 oz YETI Rambler with lid)

 

Monday, August 22

Are you new to Kingwood?  Come hang out in room 1211 with the Ambassador club during A and  B block lunch today.   Room 1211 is by the Sports Commons entrance.  We’re in the orchestra room.

 

Swimming tryouts are this week after school.

 

The first football game is this Friday at Turner stadium against Ridge Point

 

Follow Kingwood High School on facebook, twitter, and the KHS website.

 

 

Monday, May 23

Congrats to the softball team for defeating Waco Midway this weekend in an intense series.  They are headed to the Regional Finals vs Atascocita.  Games will be Thursday at 7:00 PM, Friday at 7:00 PM and Saturday if needed at 3:00 PM.  All games will be played at U of H.  Wear your blue and come cheer on the girls!  Winner of this round goes to STATE.

 

All grades can now turn in textbooks.  Again, all grades can now turn in textbooks.  The textbook room is open daily from 7:25 to 3PM.  No appointments needed, just bring your books.  Seniors especially….let’s get you cleared for graduation.

 

Eco Club will meet Tuesday during be block of lunch in room 4002.  We will welcome new members and discuss next year's activities.  All environmentally minded KHS students are welcome to attend.  Eco club, tomorrow B block of lunch in room 4002.

 

Club No Text is having a social b-block of lunch on Friday! Join us for food, fun, and information for joining next year!

 

For lunch, the Out Post will be closed for the remaining school year.

 

Everyone needs to clear their library fines.

 

All medications in the clinic must be picked up by 9AM on June 2 or they will be destroyed.

 

The Kingwood Girls Learn International chapter is having a drive for Days for Girls International.  They need Girls (sizes 10 - 16) and women's (sizes 5 - 7) cotton underwear preferably colorful. Washcloths, hotel bars of soap, colorful quality cotton fabric, and Ziplock Gallon-sized Freezer Bags. The drive lasts from May 2-27.Collection boxes are at the front office and sports commons.

 

Exemption forms for seniors will available today.  Students will get their exemption form from their house office, but they may only do so before school, after school, or during lunch.  Do not send students during class to get their exemption form.  Students must have no more than 3 absences in your class and  they must have a semester average of 80 or above.

 

Underclassman exemption forms will be available for students on Thursday, May 26th.

 

Seniors, a reminder of mandatory graduation practice on Thursday at 2PM in the main gym.

 

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Monday, May 16

All teams who have signed up for the dodgeball tournament please come to the big gym at the beginning of lunch today to find out when you will be playing. Again all teams who have signed up for the dodgeball tournament, please come to the big gym at the beginning of lunch today to find out when you will be playing.”

 

We have a parent night with college information for next year’s juniors and seniors.  It starts at 6:30 and we’ll have reps from 26 colleges in the Commons.

 

Good luck to our softball team that advanced in the playoffs this weekend.  They’ll take on Waco Midway at Mumford on Thursday night.

 

Best Buddies…Our last chapter meeting will be on Wednesday in LGI 2210. We will be going over our summer events. New members interested in joining next year are more than welcome to come to learn about the summer events.

 

 

The Kingwood Interfaith Club is hosting a Fundraiser and they are collecting school supplies for children in need. All donations will go to the Star of Hope, a charity organization in the Houston area. All supplies will be collected in room 2107.

 

 

Senior DVD pre-sale will start tomorrow during lunch. Senior DVDs are $20.00 each and will include senior picnic, prom, project graduation, graduation and other memories to cherish, so make sure to order your DVD this week!

 

Tickets are on sale for this week’s KHS Talent Show.  The show is during the school day.  Make sure you have talked to your teacher before you buy a ticket.   It’s your responsibility to make up any classwork missed.  Wednesday’s show is during 5th period and Thursday’s show is in 4th period.  You must have a wristband ticket to leave class for Talent Show.

 

Sign up at lunch to donate blood at the last blood drive this Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Every senior student that plans to attend a College or University must send a final transcript.  Beginning Tuesday May 10th, fill out the attached form and return to Registrar's offices room 1025 or 1026 anytime between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.  Or May 16th, 17th, 18th and19th we will have a table set up in the lunchroom to assist in ordering your final transcript. Cost of transcript is $2.00

 

Monday, May 2

The parking application process for next year is now open.  Find out all of the information from the parking link on the KHS Website or visit Mr. Herbst’s webpage.

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The Dodgeball tournament will be May 16-20 during lunch in the big gym! Bring money to sign up with your friends. It's $5 dollar per person on 4 to 6 people teams. Sign up and pay in Ballay's room, 2107, Flower's room, 4108, or during lunch at our table in the cafeteria. The tentative bracket may be viewed in Ballay's room the week before the tournament. Get your friends together and sign up today!"

 

"Attention Spanish Honor Society: All new members must attend the Induction

Ceremony this Thursday in LGI 4310 during B-Block of lunch. Food will be provided."

 

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Gymnastics competed at the State Meet this weekend in Fort Worth. Individual girls represented very well and Boys team improved their finish from last year to 4th place.

 Junior Jared Miscisin lead the way finishing 4th on Pommel Horse, 4th on Rings, 6th on Vault, 3rd on Parallel Bars, and 4th All-Around.

 Sophomore Chris Kuzmickas finished 7th on Pommel Horse and 10th All-Around.

Gymnastics competed at the State Meet this weekend in Fort Worth. Individual girls represented very well and Boys team improved their finish from last year to 4th place.

 Junior Jared Miscisin lead the way finishing 4th on Pommel Horse, 4th on Rings, 6th on Vault, 3rd on Parallel Bars, and 4th All-Around.

 Sophomore Chris Kuzmickas finished 7th on Pommel Horse and 10th All-Around.

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Criminal Justice Club traveled to Crowley, Texas for TPSA State Competition for their 3rd year and received the following:

 

Female Obstacle Course 2nd Place- Lauren Mavrinac

Male Obstacle Course 3rd Place- Connor Luna

Brain Bowl 3rd Place - Amanda Andaluz, Brittany Gautier, Lauren Mavrinac, and Christina Visciotti

Court Opening Statement- 3rd Place- Destiny Rose

Court Closing Argument - 2nd Place Aleta Wilkerson

Traffic Stop - Honorable Mention-Maia Rubiano

Inmate Processing - Honorable Mention- John Cassidy

SWAT Team- Honorable Mention- Amanda Andaluz, Brittany Gautier, Connor Luna, Klaudia Golik, Quentin Cossum, and Critobal Godinez

 Christina Visciotti Received the Tom Cunningham Scholarship for the East Region.

 Congratulation Mustangs

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Congratulations to the Kingwood Mustang varsity Baseball team who qualified for the State Playoffs by beating The Woodlands twice over the weekend.  The Mustangs beat the Highlanders 2-1 on Friday night and again 6-4 on Saturday to earn the #3 seed in the playoffs.  The Mustangs are back in action on Friday night to take on the Klein Oak Panthers at Klein Oak at 7:00 pm.  On Saturday, the games are here at Kingwood High School at 2 pm.  Awesome job boys!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The UIL Region 2-6A Track and Field Championships were held April 29th and 30th at Baylor University.  The top two finishers in each event earned a spot at the state meet.

 

Two Kingwood athletes were crowned regional champions.  Harry Bellow outran the field in the 1600 meter run to win with a time of 4:16.05.  Teammate Brianna Nolen won the 800 meter run in 2:12.28.

 

Kingwood’s Abby Guidry earned double silver medals with second place finishes in the 1600 meter run (4:58.15) and the 3200 meter run (10:45).  Teammate George Cyboran finished second in the 1600 meter run (4:17.10).

 

Other Kingwood athletes competing at regionals were Sarah Antrich (6th, 3200 meter run), McKenzie Clark (6th, 800 meter run), Dalton Dvorak (6th, pole vault), Erin Gallagher (9th, 1600 meter run; 9th, 1600 meter run), Jake Pinkston (8th, pole vault), Dominic Swoopes (6th, 300 meter hurdles), Olivia Thompson (11th, 1600 meter run), Tracy Tillett (8th, 300 meter hurdles), and the boys 4 x 400 meter relay (6th).

Softball won their playoff game this weekend and are advancing onward into the playoffs.

 

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Attention all French Students:  The 2016 National French Contest results are finally in!

The placement list is long; therefore, only students ranked in the top 10 will be mentioned in this announcement.        Of the 22,000 students competing at the French 2 level:

Raul Diaz, number 6 in Houston, number 8 in the Nation

Thomas Jennings number 10 in Houston, number 12 in the Nation

Lesie Leal, number 8 in Houston, number 10 in the Nation

Vanessa Rodriguez, number 3 in Houston, number 5 in the Nation

Brody Silva, number 9 in Houston, number 11 in the Nation

Of the 19,000 French 3 Students Carla Godoy and Sam LeBus tied for 10th place in Houston, and are ranked 13 in the Nation

Celine Bollaert, competed at the French 5 level, of the 4,700 students who took the test, Celine is ranked number 1 in Houston and number 3 in the Nation.  It's a great day to be a parlez-vous français Mustang!

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Monday, April 25

All students that missed the AP Pre-administration meeting last week must report to LGI 2210 immediately at the beginning of lunch Tuesday.  This is mandatory in order to take the AP exams.    Again…. All students that missed the AP Pre-administration meeting last week must report to LGI 2210 immediately at the beginning of lunch Tuesday.  This is mandatory in order to take the AP exams.

 

 

Seniors:  this Friday is the deadline to report your scholarships in time for the Graduation Program.  Follow the link on the KHS website.

 

Students that plan on taking a Dual Credit course next school year must turn in placement test scores to Ms. Bird by this Friday!  If you need information about testing at Lone Star College or have scores to turn in, please see Ms. Bird in room 1023.  Students that do not turn in scores will be dropped from their dual credit course for next year.

 

 

Congratulations to Kirsten Refvik for placing 1st in UIL accounting at the Regional meet this weekend...Kirsten will now advance to the State UIL competition in May and is eligible for the Texas Interscholastic League Foundation Scholarship.

also placing this weekend:

Sam Cavnar-Johnson 5th in Literary Criticism

Ingrid Pina 5th in Poetry

 

 The parking application process for next year will begin next week on May 2nd, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for this year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for next year. Go to the KHS website and click on the parking link for more details.

 

Thursday, April 21

The powder puff football game scheduled for tonight has been postponed due to field conditions.

 

The library will close at 3:00 today.

 

Fillie tryouts are quickly approaching.  Packets are due to the front office by TODAY, April 21st at 4:00 PM.  Tryout clinic will be held  April 26-29 with tryouts on Saturday, April 30th.

 

National Art Honor Society Members will meet Monday

 

 TONIGHT TONIGHT….Papa Murphy Pizza Night Spirit Challenge.  KHS vs. Atascocita.   5-8pm at the Kingwood Drive location.  Winning school gets 25% to Project Grad…AND if KHS wins, Mr. McGrew will wear a pizza costume during lunch!  Winner announced during KHS vs AHS baseball game Friday 4/22.

 

 Talent Show audition forms are due tomorrow.

The 2016 Talent Show will be held May 18th and 19th in the auditorium.  Auditions will be April 26 to the 29th in LGI 4310.  Audition forms are in all House offices and Mr. Scalia’s room 2105.

 

 The parking application process for next year will begin May 2nd, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for this year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for next year. Go to the KHS website and click on the parking link for more details.

 

Class Officer packets are due tomorrow.

 

Seniors Project Grad still needs $100 parent donations. Get a flyer at the greeters desk or info on KHS Project Grad website

 

The last regular pep rally of the year is tomorrow.  This will be the last pep rally for the Seniors of 2016.  The next pep rally will be where all grades move up and the 8th graders come over to be the new freshmen class.  So seniors….last pep rally ever tomorrow….prom this weekend….and then senior picnic and graduation.  Don’t blink.

 

At the end of 4th period today, we’re sending off the FFA wool judging team and the Science Olympiad team as they depart for their State Competitions.  Come to the Sports Commons by 12:15 today to send them off.  If it’s raining, we’ll cheer them down the main hallway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KHS HOSA competed with 3100 students for the State competition.

Kingwood HOSA  proudly qualified 23 students to the INTERNATIONAL conference in June

 

We had 10 recipients of the Barbara James Service award

Suyash Gupta    Dennise Pastora   Alex Defluri    Shay Canady    Grant Dietz

 

Michael Mosby    Francisco Fuentes    Sreeya Cherlo     Rebekah Baker    Betsy Williams

 

14 Students advanced in the Kaiser Healthcare Issues exam

Katie Rozum   Betsy Williams   Fiona Zimmerman   Skylar Angelmaier   Amy Arceneaux   Carla Godoy   Emily Gryce

 

Brody Silva   Rowan Gonda   Ashlynn LaFlamme        Gaby Cerrato   Josh Graves   Leslie Leal   Julia Rosato

 

Top Ten Finishers

 

Lauren Torres - Home Health Aide

Julia O'Bryant - Clinical Nursing

Fiona Zimmerman - CPR/First Aid

Rachel Guilfoyle - CPR/ First Aid

Suyash Gupta - Medical Assisting

Addie Bishop - Medical Reading

Bisi Otulana - Transcultural Healthcare

Andrew Manon  - Nutrition

Carla Godoy - Pathophysiology

 

 

Top 5 Winners

Leslie Leal - 5th Physical Therapy

Lily Nguyen -  4th Community Emergency Response

Aliya Khan -  4th Community Emergency Response

Julia Rosato - 4th Clinical Nursing

Juliana Nater - 3rd Speaking Skills

Cody Black -  2nd  Behavioral Health

State Champion - Emily Mitchell in Transcultural Healthcare

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, April 20

The library will close at 3:00 today and Thursday.

 

Congrats to Abby Csengery for her 4th place finish at tennis regionals

 

Fillie tryouts are quickly approaching.  Packets are due to the front office by Thursday, April 21st at 4:00 PM.  Tryout clinic will be held  April 26-29 with tryouts on Saturday, April 30th.

 

National Art Honor Society Members will meet Monday

 

Riverwood Middle School Faculty and Administrators would like to invite the Graduating Class of 2016  to join us  this Thursday, April 21st from 7:45-9:00 a.m. for a reception in your honor! The event will be held in the RMS Cafeteria and breakfast and beverages will be served. You will have an opportunity to visit with friends, Teachers, Administrators and may walk around the campus you were a part of during your middle school years.  We hope to see you all Thursday!

 

Papa Murphy Pizza Night Spirit Challenge.  KHS vs. Atascocita.  Thursday 4/21 5-8pm Kingwood Drive location.  Winning school gets 25% to Project Grad…AND if KHS wins, Mr. McGrew will wear a pizza costume during lunch!  Winner announced during KHS vs AHS baseball game Friday 4/22.

 

The 2016 Talent Show will be held May 18th and 19th in the auditorium.  Auditions will be April 26 to the 29th in LGI 4310.  Audition forms are in all House offices and Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 and due by April 22.

 

The parking application process for next year will begin May 2nd, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for this year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for next year. Go to the KHS website and click on the parking link for more details.

 

This past weekend FFA competed at the Area Career Development Events in College Station. The teams placed as followed:

 

Livestock Evaluation 5th, consisting of Marissa Amar, Lyndsey Fontenot and Karsen Kruger

 

Poultry Judging 4th, consisting of Robert Amar, Todd Nolte and Tanner Riggle

 

Meats Evaluation 2nd, consisting of John Nater, Justin Nater, Caitlin Knight and Carlos Ponce

 

Vet Science 1st, consisting of Hannah Jesse, Caitlin Knight, Sydney Metzinger & Caitlin Toomey; the ladies were 6 points shy from advancing to the State Contest

 

Wool Judging placed 1st consisting of Anna Larson, Caroline Sims, Megan Tarkington and Kaylee Walling with two of the ladies placing in the top 10 individuals. The ladies have advanced to the State Contest in Lubbock on Saturday, April 23.

 

 Please congratulate these individuals and wish the ladies good luck this weekend at the State Wool Contest

Tuesday, April 19

The library will close at 3:00 on Wed & Thurs this week.

 

Congrats to Junior Abby Csengery of KHS Tennis.  Abby is competing this week at the Class 6A Regional Tennis tournament at Baylor

 

National Art Honor Society Members...since we did not have school yesterday  our next meeting will be Monday, April 25th. Mark your calendars and bring your ideas for our end of the year celebration!

 

Service Learning Club meets today during A and B lunch.  Ms. Coulter from Junior Achievement will be here as we finalize the project with River Pines Elementary on Friday April 22nd.

 

Riverwood Middle School Faculty and Administrators would like to invite the Graduating Class of 2016  to join us  this Thursday, April 21st from 7:45-9:00 a.m. for a reception in your honor! The event will be held in the RMS Cafeteria and breakfast and beverages will be served. You will have an opportunity to visit with friends, Teachers, Administrators and may walk around the campus you were a part of during your middle school years.  We hope to see you all Thursday!

 

Papa Murphy Pizza Night Spirit Challenge.  KHS vs. Atascocita.  Thursday 4/21 5-8pm Kingwood Drive location.  Winning school gets 25% to Project Grad.

AND if KHS wins, Mr. McGrew will wear a pizza costume during lunch!  Winner announced during KHS vs AHS baseball game Friday 4/22.

 

The 2016 Talent Show will be held May 18th and 19th in the auditorium.  Auditions will be April 26 to the 29th in LGI 4310.  Audition forms are in all House offices and Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 and due by April 22.

 

 

 

The online parking application process for next year will begin May 2nd, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for this year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for the 2016-2017 school year. Students who owe any type of school related fine or have any type of outstanding discipline to serve will not be eligible to participate in the parking lottery. Go to the KHS website and click on the parking link for more details.

Monday, April 18

School closed for bad weather

Friday, April 15

Prom tickets are on sale in Office 4100.  Prom Tickets are $100 each.  Tickets will be on sale today until noon and Monday to 3 PM.  MONDAY IS THE FINAL DAY TO BUY PROM TICKETS!!!!!  Also, if you’re buying a senior picnic t-shirt…today is the deadline.

 

 

The online parking application process for next year will begin May 2nd, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for this year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for the 2016-2017 school year. Students who owe any type of school related fine or have any type of outstanding discipline to serve will not be eligible to participate in the parking lottery. Go to the KHS website and click on the parking link for more details.

 

 NHS officer candidates need to sign up for a specific position by today. Interviews are next week and elections are April 28th. Everything is under the "officer elections" tab on the NHS website. For questions, see Mrs. Forys or Ms. Sandvick.

 

Buy tickets to the Best Buddies Talent show at lunch.  The show is April 16th at KPARK, but tickets bought at KHS will benefit our best buddies program.

 

Would you like to miss 6th and 7th periods next year and go to work instead? Learn while you Earn.  See your Counselor and turn in the Marketing Dynamics application to Mrs. Aston in the IT Office in the Library by today.

 

The 2016 Talent Show will be held May 18th and 19th in the auditorium.  Auditions will be April 26 to the 29th in LGI 4310.  Audition forms are in all House offices and Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 and due by April 22.

 

 Attention SENIORS!!!  It is time to Vote for the Project Graduation T-shirt Design! Vote now through April 15th.  Follow the link on the KHS Website.  Everyone must vote, because you are also registering your shirt size.  The shirt is your ticket to Project Grad.

 

 

 

 

French Club Officer Candidates:  Due to internet connectivity issues, we are going to plan "B".  Please submit your candidacy information old-school:  in other words, we need a paper copy of your intent to run.  Please state the position for which you are running -- you can only run for one position -- along with your qualifications. Deadline is today!

 

Congratulations to the inline hockey team who finished their spring season undefeated last night with an 11 to 3 win.  Ryan Mullen scored 4 goals, Sammy Lerman 3 goals, Dylan Linette had 2 and Blake Brown had 1  Giruad Mouton had 1. They will have playoffs next week beginning at 6:30 at Houston Indoor sports.

 

Congratulations to Kingwood Golfer Jackie Barry.  Jackie participated in the regional golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday.  She tied for 16th overall out of a total of 95 golfers and had the 2nd best score among individual medalists.  GREAT JOB JACKIE!

 

Congratulations to the following KHS golfers on their selection to the All District team:

 1st Team:  Jackie Barry

2nd Team:  Marybeth Bellnap

 3rd Team:  Ashlyn Rock, Megan Tragesser

 Honorable Mention:  Libby Singleton, Kaitlyn Charles

Newcomer of the Year:  Jackie Barry

 

 

Kingwood Rugby girls are currently undefeated, unscored on, and seated number 1 in the state, and number 23 in the nation!  Today they will travel to Dallas to compete in their final tournament on Saturday.  Good luck ladies!

Thursday, April 14

Prom tickets are on sale in Office 4100.  Prom Tickets are $100 each.  Tickets will be on sale Thursday to 3:30, Friday to NOON, and Monday to 3 PM.  MONDAY IS THE FINAL DAY TO BUY PROM TICKETS!!!!!

 

The online parking application process for the 2016-2017 school year will begin on May 2, 2016, at 12:01 AM. Students who applied for parking for the 2015-2016 school year MUST REAPPLY to participate in the parking lottery for the 2016-2017 school year. Students who owe any type of school related fine or have any type of outstanding discipline to serve will not be eligible to participate in the parking lottery. Please go to KHS home page and click on the parking link for more details.

 

 

NHS officer candidates need to sign up for a specific position by Friday. Interviews are next week

and elections are April 28th. Everything is under the "officer elections" tab on the NHS website. For questions, see Mrs. Forys or Ms. Sandvick.

 

Buy tickets to the Best Buddies Talent show at lunch.  The show is at KPARK, but tickets bought at KHS will benefit our best buddies program.

 

Would you like to miss 6th and 7th periods next year and go to work instead? If so, tell your Counselor and turn in the Marketing Dynamics application to Mrs. Aston in the IT Office in the Library by Friday.

 

The 2016 Talent Show will be held May 18th and 19th in the auditorium.  Auditions will be April 26 to the 29th in LGI 4310.  Audition forms are in all House offices and Mr. Scalia’s room 2105 and due by April 22.

 

Attention SENIORS!!!  It is time to Vote for the Project Graduation T-shirt Design! Vote now through April 15th.  Follow the link on the KHS Website.  Everyone must vote, because you are also registering your shirt size.  The shirt is your ticket to Project Grad.

 

Attention French Club Officer Candidates:

Due to internet connectivity issues, we are going to plan "B".  Please submit your candidacy information old-school  :  in other words, we need a paper copy of your intent to run.  Please state the position for which you are running -- you can only run for one position -- along with your qualifications.

If you have any questions, come talk to one of the French teachers.  We haven't changed the deadline, it's tomorrow!

 

 

 

Gymnastics competed at Regional Championships Tuesday-Wednesday.

 

Freshman Alexa Nichols qualified for State in the All-Around competition.

 

Sophomore Shannon Pelfrey qualified to State on Balance beam, and Floor Exercise.

 

The boys qualified their entire team to State with a 3rd Place finish behind Rudder and Round Rock.

 

Sophomore Chris Kuzmickas was the Regional Champion on Parallel Bars scoring a 9.8 on day 1 and a 9.5 on day 2.

 

Gymnastics heads to State at Chisholm Trail HS in Fort Worth in just 2 weeks!

Wednesday, April 13

Tuesday, April 12

Monday, April 11

KHS Best Buddies would like to thank the faculty and staff for supporting our Friendship Wallk fundraising. We came in 5th.

Congratulations to Hunter Botz for raising the most and coming in as one of the top fund raiser.

 

Do you have a Job? Want to earn High School Credits for your job? And have 6th and 7th Off Campus periods? If so, tell your Counselor and turn in the Marketing Dynamics application to Mrs. Aston in the IT Office in the Library by Friday.

 

Service Learning club will meet this Tuesday during A and B lunch.  For members and interested students participating the Junior Achievement project at River Pines Elementary your presence is required,  We will use the time to organize materials and practice the lessons.

 

Seniors….the school district has mandated that you will receive cpr training.  THIS WEEK…...you will all receive CPR training during A-lunch.  Posters will be up today that will list the day,  and room that you will go to.  If you are already CPR certified, just bring in your certifications.  Again, this is only for Seniors.

Prom ticket sales will stop on April 18.  In other words, April 18 is the final day to get prom tickets.

Eat at Pei Wei 5-8pm on Tuesday April 12 to benefit Project Grad.  No flyer needed.  Mention KHS at checkout.

Anyone interested in running for class officer…attend the meeting  Wednesday at 3PM in the Student Council office, room

 

Friday, April 8

Seniors….the school district has mandated that you will receive cpr training.  Next week on either Monday, Tuesday, or Friday….you will all receive CPR training during A-lunch.  Posters will be up today that will list the day,  and room that you will go to.  If you are already CPR certified, just bring in your certifications.  Again, this is only for Seniors.

 

Anyone interested in running for class officer…attend the meeting  Wednesday at 3PM in the Student Council office, room 2700

 

UIL Film will be meeting today during B-block in 4709. Ms. Virani's room.

 

 9th-10th-11th grade students: Your course verification sheets are due to your house office today. All verification sheets require a parent signature.

 

French Club meets today in B lunch.

 

Talent Show is back on….listen to the announcements for audition dates.

 

 Prom ticket sales will stop on April 18.  In other words, April 18 is the final day to get prom tickets.

 

Saturday is the big Project Grad Fundraiser.  Come test drive trucks and cars between 10-2 in the KHS Parking Lot.  Project Grad earns $20 per test drive.  Drivers 18 and over with license.  Bring your parents and tell your neighbors.  There’s also a Car Wash. Sofia Pina/Nathan Van Dolzer performing.  Olde Skewl Band.  Lots of food from Texas Roadhouse, ThreeBs, Bahama Bucks and Stacey's Sweets.  We need student help.  Come 1 hour or stay all day.  Tweet "I can help" to @khspgrad.

 

 Eat at Pei Wei 5-8pm on Tuesday April 12 to benefit Project Grad.  No flyer needed.  Mention at checkout.

 

Courier Tuxedo will be at lunch to take orders for Prom.  A percentage of your purchase comes back to KHS.

 

Yesterday the Kingwood FFA competed at Tarleton State University Invitational Career Development Events. Teams placed as followed:

 

Horse Judging placed 2nd with Katie Anderson, Skye Johnson and Kira Steinhilber

Livestock Judging 2nd with Marissa Amar, Kalen Boylston, Lyndsey Fontenot and Karsen Kruger

Wool Judging 1st place with Caroline Sims, Megan Tarkington and Kaylee Walling

Meats Judging 1st place.   Aaron Cruseturner, John Nater, Justin Nater and Carlos Ponce

Poultry Judging 1st place.   Caroline Hearn, Todd Nolte and Tanner Riggle

and

Vet Science 1st with Hannah Jesse, Caitlin Knight, Caitlin Toomey, Stephanie Swift and Sydney Metzinger placing 2nd over 700 contestants.

 

We are extremely proud of our students and will be preparing for the Area Contest next Saturday in hopes to qualify for State.

 

This Friday night is Senior Night and Pack the House for Kingwood Lacrosse.   JV at 5:30  Varsity and Senior Presentations start at 7:00PM.

Our JV and Freshmen boys both placed 2nd at the district track meet yesterday in the toughest district in the state of TEXAS!

Junior Varsity

Trey Batsell 2nd in the Shot

Matt Bailey 3rd in the shot

Hunter Stuart 2nd in the High Jump

Darrell Edwards 2nd in the Triple jump

Jeremy Rich 2nd in the 3200

Colin Ferrara 2nd in the 110 High Hurdles & 300 Hurdles

Ross Hornback 2nd in the 400 meters

4 by 200 relay place 3rd - Ryan Bloomer, Ethan Harper, Andy Gutierrez & Darrell Edwards

 

Freshmen

 

District Champions

Trent Nolen 1st in the 800 & New school record of 2:01 beat a record from 1999.

Carter Storm won the 1600 & 3200 meters. Just missing the school record in the 1600 wit ha time of 4:30.6

Ben Jones won both the 110 High Hurdles & 300 hurdles

Cameron Pavlosky won the Pole Vault

Donovan Josey won the 400 meters

 

4x400 relay placed 2nd with Garrett Carswell, Carter Storm, Trent Nolen, Donovan Josey

 

 

Next we KHS will be observing National Crime Victims Week.  There will be speakers from numerous agencies all week.  It is open to anyone, please make sure to stop by 4209 to sign up for what panel that would interest you.  Total list of speakers will be available outside 4209 later today.

 

Inline hockey kept the winning streak alive with an 8 to 5 win last night. Steven Thomas lead the scoring with 3 goals while Logan Ankenbrandt had 2.

Blake Brown, Ryan Mullen, and giraud mouton had 1 goal each. Next time they play the final game of the season, then have playoffs. Wish them luck!

 

HOSA Banquet --- Thursday, April 28th at 6:30pm at Kingwood First Baptist Church.  Tickets can be purchased online or at lunch on April 11th, 13th, 18th and 20th.  Ticket prices will be $25.  Dinner will be served and awards will be given.  Don’t miss it.  

Thursday, April 7

Seniors….attention seniors.  Next week on either Monday, Tuesday, or Friday….you will all receive CPR training during A-lunch.  Posters will be up tomorrow that will list the day, MAP class, and room that you will go to.  If you are already CPR certified, just bring in your certifications.  Again, this is only for Seniors.

Next week on either Monday, Tuesday, or Friday….you will all receive CPR training during A-lunch.  Posters will be up tomorrow that will list the day, MAP class, and room that you will go to.  If you are already CPR certified, just bring in your certifications

 

Anyone interested in running for class officer…attend the meeting next Wednesday, April 13th at 3PM in the Student Council office, room 2700

 

9th-11th grade students: Your course verification sheets are due to your house office tomorrow. All verification sheets require a parent signature.

 

 The library is closed for Foreign Language testing today and will reopen on Friday

 

Attention French Club:   We are meeting tomorrow, same place, same time.

Come to the meeting to get involved in planning for next year.

See you "B" block, don't be late!

 

Talent Show is back on….listen to the announcements for audition dates.

 

Prom ticket sales will stop on April 18.  In other words, April 18 is the final day to get prom tickets.

 

Today is the Day!!  KHS vs. KPark ChickFilA Challenge.  Benefiting Project Grad. Eat from 3-8pm at the KW Drive ChickFilA.  Dine in or Drive Thru.  See the Drumline from 330-4. Winning school gets ChickFilA Food at Project Grad.  The ChickFila cow will visit during lunch today.  Tweet your pic to @khspgrad to earn raffle tickets!  Let's beat KPark!!

 

Saturday is our biggest Project Grad Fundraiser.  Come test drive a Dodge Ram truck between 10-2 in the KHS Parking Lot.  Project Grad earns $20 per test drive.  Drivers 18 and over with license. Car Wash. Sofia Pina/Nathan Van Dolzer performing.  Olde Skewl Band.  Lots of food from Texas Roadhouse, ThreeBs, Bahama Bucks and Stacey's Sweets.  We need student help.  Come 1 hour or stay all day.  Tweet "I can help" to @khspgrad.

 

Eat at Pei Wei 5-8pm on Tuesday April 12 to benefit Project Grad.  No flyer needed.  Mention at checkout.

 

Courier Tuxedo is set up in the Commons and will be there at lunch to take orders for Prom.  A percentage of your purchase comes back to KHS.

 

This Friday night is Senior Night and Pack the House for Kingwood Lacrosse.

JV -Starts at 5:30

Varsity and Senior Presentations start at 7:00PM

Come join your Mustangs Lacrosse in their journey to conference champs then on to states.

 

Wednesday, April 6

Seniors, Follow Project Grad on Twitter  @khspgrad.  Retweet our messages and earn raffle tickets for project grad night!

 

 Project Grad has 2 big fundraisers this week:

 

Tomorrow night is the big fundraiser at Chick-fil-A.  This Thursday from 3-8pm at the  ChickFila  Kingwood Drive Location.  We are competing against KPark and the ChickfilA near them.  So be sure and tell them you’re from Kingwood High School.  The winning school gets to have ChickFilA at Project Grad!

 

Tell your parents and neighbors.  This Saturday in the KHS Parking Lot from

10am - 2pm.  Test Drive a Ram truck, or GMC cars and Texan Drive will donate money to project graduation.  Plus Car Wash, Bahama Bucks, Stacey's Sweets, and Food for purchase from ThreeBs and Texas Roadhouse!  Olde Skewl Kingwood Drumline, and Sophia Pina/Nathan Van Dolzer will perform. Come out for a fun day at KHS!

 

the library is closed for Foreign Language testing today and tomorrow. We will reopen on Friday

 

Prom ticket sales will stop on April 18.  In other words, April 18 is the final day to get prom tickets.

 

ALL UIL ACADEMIC QUALIFIERS and SPEECH and DEBATE Regional Qualifiers please meet at the greeters desk Wednesday at the beginning of A lunch for a quick picture!

 

Courier Tuxedo is set up in the Commons and will be there at lunch to take orders for Prom.  A percentage of your purchase comes back to KHS.

 

Tuesday, April 5

We have a spirit bus going to the girls soccer regional quarterfinals game tonight in Brenham!  You must come by office 4300 to sign up for a seat on the bus and pick up a permission slip that must be completed and returned to Mr. Herbst before the end of the school day today.  There are a limited number of seats so do not delay in signing up and returning your permission slip. The bus will depart KHS at 3:45 and return by 11:00 PM.  Good luck to Girls Soccer tonight!

 

Service Learning club meets today during A and B lunch with Ms. Coulter from Junior Achievement. She will be distributing teaching materials and explaining how to implement them.

If you are part of the team that is planning on attending the service learning field trip on Friday April 22 with River Pines Elementary your attendance is required  this Tuesday in room 4304 during both lunches!

 

Seniors, Follow Project Grad on Twitter  @khspgrad.  Retweet our messages and earn raffle tickets for project grad night!

 

Project Grad has 2 big fundraisers this week:

This Thursday from 3-8pm is the ChickFila Spirit Night at the Kingwood Drive Location.  We are competing against KPark and the ChickfilA near them.  So be sure and tell them you’re from Kingwood High School.  The winning school gets to have ChickFilA at Project Grad!

 

Tell your parents and neighbors.  This Saturday in the KHS Parking Lot from 10am - 2pm.  Test Drive a Ram truck, or GMC cars and Texan Drive will donate money to project graduation.  Plus Car Wash, Bahama Bucks, Stacey's Sweets, and Food for purchase from ThreeBs and Texas Roadhouse!  Olde Skewl Kingwood Drumline, and Sophia Pina/Nathan Van Dolzer will perform. Come out for a fun day at KHS!

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members...please get your field trip permission slips turned in by tomorrow afternoon. If you are attending the field trip this Wednesday report to the art rooms at 7:45 a.m.

 

At Texas French Symposium this past week-end, nearly every member of the team scored.

Here are the names of the top scoring students:

Samantha Refvik

Kaitlin Smith

Jessica Bynum

Leila Saklou

Leslie Leal

Raul Diaz

 

. . . and, here are the names of the students winning first place in specific categories:

Emily Cousins - Vocal Solo

Jessica Bynum & Leila Saklou - Comic Strip

Brian Saydyk - Project

Vanessa Rodriguez - Drama Solo

Emily Rook - Pencil/Charcoal drawing

 

Monday, April 4

Seniors, if you checked out on Thursday and still wish to vote for class favorites, come to room 2700 today during lunch or after school.  Find your name on the attendance office list and we’ll give you a ballot.

 

There will be a Service Learning club meeting on Tuesday during A and B lunch with Ms. Coulter from  Junior Achievement. She will be distributing teaching materials and explaining how to implement them.

If you are part of the team that is planning on attending the service learning field trip on Friday April 22 with River Pines Elementary your attendance is required  this Tuesday in room 4304 during both lunches!

 

Congratulations to our French students.  For the first time ever, Kingwood earned Sweepstakes as well as  2nd place in the large school division at the Texas State French Symposium.

 

Seniors, Follow Project Grad on Twitter  @khspgrad.  Retweet our messages and earn raffle tickets for project grad night!

 

Project Grad has 2 big fundraisers this week:

This Thursday from 3-8pm is the ChickFila Spirit Night at the Kingwood Drive Location.

Come see the drumline and cheerleaders! We are competing against KPark and the ChickfilA near them.  So be sure and tell them you’re from Kingwood High School.  The winning school gets to have ChickFilA at Project Grad!

 

Tell your parents and neighbors.  This Saturday in the KHS Parking Lot from 10am - 2pm.  Test Drive a Ram truck, or other great GMC car or SUV and Texan Drive will donate money to project graduation.  Plus Car Wash, Bahama Bucks, Stacey's Sweets, and Food for purchase from ThreeBs and Texas Roadhouse!  Olde Skewl and Sophia Pina/Nathan Van Dolzer performances! Kingwood Drumline!  Come out for a fun day at KHS!

 

Lone Star College will be here tomorrow for a registration workshop.  You can still sign up today in your house office, but come by as soon as possible.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members...there will not be a meeting today but please get your field trip permission slips turned in by tomorrow afternoon. If you are attending the field trip this Wednesday report to the art rooms at 7:45 a.m. Thanks!

 

On Friday night, your Lady Mustang Soccer team took on a Pflugerville Hendrickson Lady Hawk team that was ranked 5th in the State and was undefeated for the season.  All of that changed...because on Friday night they played Kingwood.  Trailing 0-1 at the half, Colleen Feagins scored ending the game in a 1-1 tie, so it went into two ten minute overtime periods.  Mari Gillespie scored a 40 yard goal on a free kick and the Lady Mustangs held on to a 2-1 victory and are the Area Champions.  Up next…tomorrow is the regional quarterfinal game against Round Rock Westwood.  The game is at 6:30 at Cub stadium in Brenham.  Dr. Landry has ordered a fan bus to leave tomorrow at 4 and returning after 10PM.  Stay tuned throughout the day as arrangements are made for the bus, we’ll let you know how to sign up.

Wednesday, March 30

There is NO late arrival tomorrow.  Tomorrow is a 2-4-6 day with Jr/Sr class meetings  at 10:43 followed by 6th period.  For the class meetings, the JRs will go to the auditorium and the seniors will go to the main gym.   Freshman...your room numbers for MAP tomorrow are posted on bright yellow papers on the doors leading to the buses, the front doors and sports common doors. Please make sure you write down your room number for MAP tomorrow!

 

The Fillies Spring Show is this Friday.  Tickets are almost gone, don’t delay.  If you wish to tryout for the 19 time national champion fillies get to the dance room and sign up!  Turn in your packet by tomorrow.. First 10 received gets into Friday's show for free!

 

Tomorrow, March 31st is Transgender Day of Visibility. Stop by the Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance table in the cafeteria during lunch starting this week to learn more about the history of the transgender struggle for equality."

 

 Seniors that made the finals for class favorites, remember to send a picture to Mrs. Morris by Friday.

 

 Seniors, we need you to report your scholarships for the graduation program.   The link is on the KHS website.

 

The deadline for the art auction has been extended and changed.  You can now bid at the Greeter’s desk.

 

Seniors:   Lone Star College will have a Workshop on April 5th. Sign-up deadline is tomorrow for an invitation to this workshop. Lone star reps will help with applications, testing questions and orientation information.

 

UNICEF Meets Friday, A-Block, in Mr. Bradley's room.

 

Seniors –Next week, Courier Tuxedo will be here from 11-3 for your Prom Tuxedo orders.

Courier has the largest selection of tuxedos in Houston, and 10% of sales will be donated back to the class of 2016!

 

 The Pass/Fail deadline is this Thursday. Pass/Fail forms are available in all house offices. Forms require parent and teacher signature and are due to your house office tomorrow by 3 pm

 

The Kingwood Varsity Softball Team defeated the Woodlands 3-0.  Sophomore, Alicia DeLeon had a base clearing double to put the Mustangs up 3-0 in the 5th inning.  Madison Lindsey pitched a great game earning the shut out.   The Mustangs take on district opponent Oak Ridge Friday at home at 4:30 and 6:30.  We hope to see you at the game.  It will be teacher appreciation night!

 

Congratulations to the girls golf team on their success at the district tournament last week.  The A team placed 3rd and the B team placed 6th.  Jackie Barry placed 3rd as an individual.  A special shout out to Jackie Barry and Marybeth Bellnap who will be representing District 16-6A at the regional tournament next week.  WAY TO GO MUSTANG GOLF!

 

Monday, March 28

Testing is this week.  There is NO late arrival on Thursday.  Make sure you check the bell schedule online and know when you’re supposed to be here.

 

Seniors that made the finals for class favorites, remember to send a picture to Mrs. Morris.

 

Seniors, it’s time to self-report your scholarships.  This is for the graduation program.  The link is on the KHS website.

 

 Texas A&M’s nationally recognized improv comedy group will be here Thursday during MAP for the Juniors and Seniors.  You do not want to miss this hilarious group.

 

The deadline for the NAHS art auction has been extended and changed.  You can now bid at the Greeter’s desk.  Please help support our art program and bid in the silent auction.

 

Attention Seniors:   Lone Star College will  have an application Workshop at Kingwood H.S on April 5th. If you plan on attending Lone Star College this summer or in the fall, sign up in your house office by March 31st for an invitation to this workshop. Lone star representatives will be here to help with applications, testing questions and orientation information.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members! There will be a short meeting during a-block today. We will be discussing the field trip and passing out permission slips. See you all there!

 

UNICEF Meeting Friday, A-Block, in Mr. Bradley's room.

 

Seniors –

Next week, April 4 – 7 Courier Tuxedo will be back at school taking your Prom Tuxedo orders.

They will be here from 11 till 3, and by appointment before school.

Courier brings in the largest selection of tuxedos in Houston, and 10% of sales will be donated back to the class of 2016!

 

The Pass/Fail deadline is this Thursday.

Gymnastics won District at Atascocita High School Thursday scoring 150.6.

 

Jared Miscisin lead the way winning Floor, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, and High Bar.

 

Chris Kuzmickas completed the sweep for Kingwood winning Pommels and All-Around.

 

Jared Miscisin, Chris Kuzmickas, Zech Wittenberg, Kevin Abbott and Caleb Lee earned All-District honors.

 

The Boys and Girls teams both advanced to Regionals in April.

 

Girls Soccer advanced to the Area Round of the State Playoffs by defeating Klein Collins on Thursday with a score of 3-0.  The next playoff game is this Friday at 7:30 at Turner Stadium.

 

Baseball has a special salute to military service members at the KHS vs Atascocita game on Tuesday here at KHS.  Come out and support our baseball team as we support our service members.

 

The Fillies Spring Show is this Friday and tickets will go fast.  Buy them from any Fillie or at lunch.  Tryout packets for the Fillies are now available in the Fillies dance room at lunch.  Be a part of the nationally ranked Fillies…you don’t want to miss this year.  The first ten completed applications will get free Fillie Spring Show tickets.

 

Thursday, March 24

Join Best Buddies this week as we attempt to eliminate the R word.  The word retarded can be hurtful and derogatory.  For a $2 donation, you can buy a brick at lunch and help Best Buddies “Brick out the R word.

 

Seniors that made the finals for class favorites, remember to send a picture to Mrs. Morris.

 

The Houston Area Recruiters Network will be on campus with representatives from 15 colleges today at lunch, stop by and visit.

 

 Seniors, it’s time to self-report your scholarships.  This is for the graduation program.  The link is on the KHS website.

 

 Texas A&M’s nationally recognized improv comedy group will be here next week to entertain the Juniors and Seniors during testing week.  You do not want to miss this hilarious group.

 

The deadline for the NAHS art auction has been extended and changed.  You can now bid at the Greeter’s desk.  Please help support our art program and bid in the silent auction.

 

 Kingwood Students for Life is meets today in Room 4113, during A block of lunch.

 

Attention Seniors:   Lone Star College will  have an application Workshop at Kingwood H.S on April 5th. If you plan on attending Lone Star College this summer or in the fall, sign up in your house office by March 31st for an invitation to this workshop. Lone star representatives will be here to help with applications, testing questions and orientation information.

 

 

The Fillies were in California before spring break and were at the University of Houston, as Spring Break began….they returned home as the 2016 National Champions, where they earned National Champion Jackets and a very large check to the Fillies Booster Club for their spectacular win!

 

The Fillies are now gearing up for their end of year SPRING SHOW followed by Fillie Tryouts.  The Spring Show is next  Friday, April 1st here in the KHS gym and the tickets will go on sale during lunches and sold by each Fillie next week! This show sells out in live five minutes so do not delay.   Don't miss out on these spectacular performances that earned perfect scores from every judge!

 

Fillie Audition packets are now available in the Fillies Dance room, so go out there at lunch.  Tryouts will be held April 26-30th and YOU DON"T WANT TO MISS OUT THIS YEAR!  Just do it and become one of the BEST in the industry!

 

Before spring break the debate team competed at the Texas Forensic Association state meet in Austin. Sophomores Jeff Gifford and Alex Gagne finished 9th in the state in public forum debate!

 

This past week the debate team had a very special invitation to compete in the Pan American Debate Championships in Vancouver Canada. Reese Grayson, Connor Smith, Morgan Lee, Gaurav Gawankar and Colette Faulkner competed in this international competition. Team Kingwood was the only high school to compete in this competition...all other teams were representing their country. Team Kingwood defeated teams from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and Argentina. They were the ONLY USA team to advance and tied for 5th place. Reese Grayson was named 6th overall top speaker and Gaurav Gawankar was named 10th overall top speaker.

These students competed in 7 different debates each round with a new topic.

This experience has opened the doors to many other opportunities for the team as well as international recognition for Kingwood High School!

 

Varsity baseball is away tonight, Softball is at home against the woodlands.

 

Theater is at the One Act Play competition today.

 

The soccer teams are in the playoffs tonight. The girls play at Turner Stadium at 6PM and the boys are at Klein High school at 8 PM.

Wednesday, March 23

A reminder to faculty that today is lunch with Landry in LGI 2210

 

Join Best Buddies this week as we attempt to eliminate the R word from casual use.  The word retarded can be hurtful and derogatory.  For a $2 donation, you can buy a brick to help Best Buddies “Brick out the R word.”  Buy a brick at lunch today and help us eliminate the R word.

 

The soccer teams are in the playoffs tomorrow.  Thursday night the girls play at Turner Stadium at 6PM and the boys are at Klein High school at 8 PM.

 

This Thursday is a college t-shirt day.  The Houston Area Recruiters Network will be on campus with representatives from 15 colleges.

 

Seniors, it’s time to self-report your scholarships.  This is for the graduation program.  The link is on the KHS website.

 

The deadline for the NAHS art auction has been extended and changed.  You can now bid at the Greeter’s desk.  Please help support our art program and bid in the silent auction.

 

The Wildlife conservation club will meet today during B block lunch in Mr. Carnahan's room 2719. We will be discussing Evolutionary Biology, see you then.

 

Kingwood Students for Life is meets Thursday in Room 4113, during A block of lunch.

 

 

Attention Seniors:

Lone Star College will  have an application Workshop at Kingwood H.S on April 5th. If you plan on attending Lone Star College this summer or in the fall, sign up in your house office by March 31st for an invitation to this workshop. Lone star representatives will be here to help with applications, testing questions and orientation information.

 

 

Congratulations to the following tennis players for their recent success at the La Porte ISD Varsity Tennis Tournament on 3/4/16:

 

Coming home with medals were:

 

David Moore – 1st Place in “B” Boys Singles

 

Alex Pekar – 2nd Place in “B” Boys Singles

 

Nick Mears – 1st Place Consolation in “B” Boys Singles

 

Fernanda Lago – 1st Place in “B” Girls Singles

 

Katie Kennedy – 2nd Place in “B” Girls Singles

 

Emma Bayless/Kate Woods – 1st Place Consolation in “B” Girls Doubles

Tuesday, March 22

Hey KHS.  Join Best Buddies this week as we attempt to eliminate the R word from casual use.  The word retarded can be hurtful and derogatory.  For a $2 donation, you can buy a brick to help Best Buddies “Brick out the R word.”  Join Best Buddies and help us eliminate the R word.  Buy a brick today.

 

Service Learning Club meets today during A and B Lunch.

Junior Achievement will be here to train interested participants in our service learning project at River Pines Elementary on April 22nd.   Attendance is mandatory if you are planning on participating in this project.

 

Seniors, if you received a class favorites notice, please come to room 2700 today during lunch.

 

This Thursday is a college t-shirt day.  The Houston Area Recruiters Network will be on campus with representatives from 15 colleges.

 

Seniors, it’s time to self-report your scholarships.  This is for the graduation program.  The link is on the KHS website.

 

The deadline for the NAHS online art auction has been extended.  Please visit the link on the KHS website and bid in the silent auction for art.

 

 

Congratulations to the following tennis players for their recent success at the New Caney ISD Junior Varsity Tennis Tournament on 3/3/16:

 

Coming home with medals were:

 

Tristan Cortes – 1st Place in “A” Boys Singles

 

Talha Arif/Ali Aziz – 1st Place in “A” Boys Doubles

 

Quinn Davis/Luther Sentz – 2nd Place in “A” Boys Doubles

 

Michael Wallace - 1st Place in “B” Boys Singles

 

Nick Spain – 2nd Place in “B” Boys Singles

 

Mickey Heimler/Evan Marvin – 1st Place in “B” Boys Doubles

 

Scotlyn Nowling – 1st Place in “A” Girls Singles

 

Marcelle Chamoun – 3rd Place in “B” Girls Singles

 

Ian McLean/Annalise Wall – 1st Place in “A” Mixed Doubles

 

Coby Alsobrook/Victoria Moises – 1st Place Consolation in “B” Mixed Doubles

 

Monday, March 21

Service Learning Club will meet Tuesday during A and B Lunch.

Junior Achievement will be here to train interested participants in our service learning project at River Pines Elementary on April 22nd..

Attendance is mandatory if you are planning on participating in this project.

 

Congratulations to the following tennis players for their recent success at the Klein ISD Varsity Tennis Tournament on February 26th:

Coming home with medals were:   Andrew Gryce/Matt Lee – 1st Place Consolation in “A” Boys Doubles

 

 

Congratulations to the following tennis players for their recent success at the Deer Park ISD Freshmen Tennis Tournament on March 1st:

Coming home with medals were:

Jaden Dick/Alex White – 2nd Place in “A” Boys Doubles

Hudson Foyle/Sam Johnston – 1st Place in “B” Boys Doubles

Wednesday, March 9

The Fillies returned home from California’s LA Champion dance Nationals and we are proud to say that they ARE THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS for 2016!! Their high kick routine scored the highest performance of the day out of EVERY routine performed all day long!  This win marks their 18th national win in the past 20 years!!!!

 

In the junior solos Gina Beller won 1st place followed by Erica Anderson, Brooke Noble, Hannah Cook then Teigan Ahrendt!

 

 Paige Colbert and Kendall Burton won national champion duet and Hannah Lam placed 5th and Sydney Ballou won 3rd on the senior national level!

 

 Congratulations to the Officers for their National winning lyrical and open performance!!

 

The Fillies Spring Show is Friday, April 1st.

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The KHS Hearthstone Club will be hosting an ice cream social today in room 4000 in B-Block of Lunch. Whether you are brand new or rank 1 Legend, come join us for fun community and free ice cream!

 

If you have not yet ordered your yearbook, the FINAL sales date is Friday, March 11th at midnight. The guaranteed sales date has passed, so there are only a limited number of books available on a first-come, first-served basis. Order at www.smart-pay.com

 

 Art students need your plastic water bottles! Please put them in the box located in the commons. Thank you so much for your help and support

 

If you are applying for a PTSA Scholarship, Mrs. Porter will be here to sign-off on your form at lunch  today and Thursday.

 

 Seniors:  If you did not pick up your Graduation Order from Jostens, please go to house office 2400 during lunch, before school, or after school.

 

Project Graduation is having a March Madness.  A Fundraiser every day during spring break.

Starting with Jason's Deli this Friday.  Spring break week is Pei Wei, Panera and more.

Details on KHS Project Grad Website or see the sign in the Commons.

 

Congrats to girls soccer for defeating Conroe last night 3-1.  This moves the Lady Mustangs to 9-0 in district.  They’ll take on AHS this Friday at home.

 

Baseball defeated Caldwell last night at Minute Maid Park.  It was a fantastic experience for everyone. Thomas Allison started the game off with a 3 Run Home Run into the Boxes to give the Mustangs a 3-0 lead in the 1st inning and the Mustangs never looked back.   Sean Rydell, Kevin Beckert, Sam Page, Grant Adams, Chris Havelka, & Thomas Allison all pitched for the Mustangs last night to help secure the 10-3 win.  All 25 players saw action at some point in the game last night so it was literally a Team Victory.

Tuesday, March 8

The Fillies just returned home from California’s LA Champion dance Nationals and we are proud to say that they ARE THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS for 2016!! Their high kick routine scored the highest performance of the day out of EVERY routine performed all day long!  This win marks their 18th national win in the past 20 years!!!!

 

In the junior solos Gina Beller won 1st place followed by Erica Anderson, Brooke Noble, Hannah Cook then Teigan Ahrendt!

 

Paige Colbert and Kendall Burton won national champion duet and Hannah Lam placed 5th and Sydney Ballou won 3rd on the senior national level!

 

Congratulations to the Officers for their National winning lyrical and open performance!!

The Fillies Spring Show is Friday, April 1st.

 

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The KHS Hearthstone Club will be hosting an ice cream social in room 4000 on B-Block of Lunch on Wednesday. Whether you are brand new or rank 1 Legend, come join us for fun community and free ice cream!

 

 

If you have not yet ordered your yearbook, the FINAL sales date is Friday, March 11th at midnight. The guaranteed sales date has passed, so there are only a limited number of books available on a first-come, first-served basis. Order at www.smart-pay.com

 

Service Learning will meet today during B lunch.

 

 Art students need your plastic water bottles! Please put them in the box located in the commons. Thank you so much for your help and support

 

 If you are applying for a PTSA Scholarship, Mrs. Porter will be here to sign-off on your form at lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

 

Seniors:  If you did not pick up your Graduation Order from Jostens, please go to house office 2400 during lunch, before school, or after school.

 

 

 

Project Graduation is having a March Madness.  A Fundraiser every day during spring break.

 

Starting with Jason's Deli this Friday.  Spring break week is Pei Wei, Panera and more.

 

Details on KHS Project Grad Website or twitter @khspgrad

 

 The Varsity baseball team will be playing a game at Minute Maid on Tuesday at 4:30.  It is free to get in and $5 for parking.  Please come out an support the Varsity baseball team.

 

Monday, March 7

Congratulations to ALL 6 Kingwood High School Orchestras for earning STRAIGHT 1's at Orchestra UIL Concert and Sight-reading Contest!

 

This weekend the Speech and Debate team competed in a 3 day National Qualifying tournament sponsored by the National Speech and Debate Association. Ingrid Pina was named as first alternate to Nationals in Dramatic Interpretation. The World Schools Debate team of Reese Grayson, Morgan Lee and Colette Faulkner defeated every team in the competition earning them the Championship and 1st place bid to the National Tournament in Salt Lake City, Utah in June.

 

The debate team leaves for Texas Forenic Association state this week and then heads to Vancouver Canada over Spring Break to represent Kingwood Internationally. Go Team Kingwood.

 

The KHS Hearthstone Club will be hosting an ice cream social in room 4000 on B-Block of Lunch on Wednesday. Whether you are brand new or rank 1 Legend, come join us for fun community and free ice cream!

 

 Art students need your plastic water bottles! Please put them in the box located in the commons. Thank you so much for your help and support

 

Seniors:  If you did not pick up your Graduation Order from Jostens, please go to house office 2400 during lunch, before school, or after school.

 

Project Graduation is having a March Madness.  A Fundraiser every day during spring break.

Starting with Jason's Deli this Friday.  Spring break week is Pei Wei, Panera and more.

Details on KHS Project Grad Website or twitter @khspgrad

 

 

The Varsity baseball team will be playing a game at Minute Maid on Tuesday at 4:30.  It is free to get in and $5 for parking.  Please come out an support the Varsity baseball team.

 

 

Gymnastics competed at Rudder High School in Bryan Friday. The Boys team finished 2nd place with Jared Miscisin winning floor exercise with a score of 9.6.  District is next for Gymnastics at Atascocita High School March 24.

 

Varsity Softball team improved their record this weekend to 17-3.  Softball defeated Atascocita in the Championship game of the Cy Fair Tournament on Saturday.  This makes the team Back to Back Champs for this tournament!  Madison Lindsey had a great game on the mound.  Maddie Lindsey, who has committed to play at Baylor, now has 96 strike outs so far this season!  Georgie Gonzales hit 2 RBI doubles in the championship game.  Lacy Gregory had the game winning hit, scoring her twin sister Lindsay Gregory for the big win.  The girls play at home on Tuesday of Spring Break vs Atascocita at 4:30 and 6:00, we really hope to see you at the game.  Great job ladies!

Friday, March 4

Senior Class Favorite nominations end today at 3:00pm. Please submit your votes, the winners will be announced and awarded at Senior Picnic. This opportunity only occurs once in high school, don't miss it!!

 

AP Test registration closes this Sunday, March 6th.

 

 Diamond Girls meets today in Room 3010 A block Lunch

 

 "UNICEF meets today, A-Block, in Mr. Bradley's room.

 

 We’re going Hawaiian for the pep rally today...

 

 Seniors:   Jostens will be here today at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

 Juniors:  Josten’s will be here today at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

 The KHS Hearthstone Club will be hosting an ice cream social in room 4000 on B-Block of Lunch on Wednesday March 9th. Whether you are brand new or rank 1 Legend, come join us for fun community and free ice cream!

 

Art students need your plastic water bottles! Please put them in the box located in the commons. Thank you so much for your help and support!!

 

The online hockey team continued their winning season last night with a 2 to 1 victory. Goals were scored by Dylan Linette and Eric Linette. Great job guys.

 

Girls Soccer defeated Summer Creek 6-0 on Wednesday.  They’ll take on Conroe Tuesday.

 

Good luck to the Fillies…they’re leaving right now….on their way to Nationals in California!

Thursday, March 3

 

Senior Class listen up! This is the time of year that everyone has been waiting their high school careers for. Voting for Senior Superlatives!! Voting is taking place online, go to the KHS website and under activities click on the class of 2016. Our Senior Class website has all the information you need to see your favorites succeed. Hurry!! Voting ends this Friday, March 4, at 3:00pm. Please submit your votes, the winners will be announced and awarded at Senior Picnic. This opportunity only occurs once in high school, don't miss it!!

 

AP Test registration closes this Sunday, March 6th.

 

 Diamond Girls meets this Friday in Room 3010 A block Lunch

 

 Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

  "UNICEF Meets Friday, A-Block, in Mr. Bradley's room.

 

 

We’re going Hawaiian for the pep rally tomorrow...wear your fave Hawaian shirts.

 

 Seniors:   Jostens will be here today and Friday at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

 Juniors:  Josten’s will be here today and Friday at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

The KHS Hearthstone Club will be hosting an ice cream social in room 4000 on B-Block of Lunch on Wednesday March 9th. Whether you are brand new or rank 1 Legend, come join us for fun community and free ice cream!

 

Art students need your plastic water bottles! Please put them in the box located in the commons. Thank you so much for your help and support!!  

 

Fuddruckers fundraiser for Project Grad all day today.  Go to the Project Grad section of the KHS School Website to download the dining out flyer.

 

The JV Girls Track team ran away with another victory last night defeating second place by well over 200 points.  The Lady Mustangs were led by:

Ryane VanMeter who won the Long Jump

Toni Scardino won the Triple Jump

Melanie Prieto won the Pole Vault

The 4x1600 Meter Relay Team of Rachel Cornelius, Reese Thompson, Adalaide Meier, and Maria Mejia placed 1st

Abby Pratt won the 3200

The 400 Meter Relay team of Lauren Rogers, Allison Brooks, Sam Boucher and Hannah O'Hern won

Sarah Mascardo won the 800

Genevieve Sheppard won both the 100 Hurdles and 300 Hurdles

Megan Eichler won the 1600

And the 1600 Meter Relay team of Hannah O'Hern, Ryane VanMeter, Kayla Hickman, and Genevieve Sheppard ended the night with a 1st place finish.

Way to go ladies!

Wednesday, March 2

Today is March 2nd…Texas Independence Day!  It’s Texas’ 4th of July.  Happy 180th birthday Texas.

 

Volleyball is hosting a fish fry Friday.  Orders must be in today. You can drive thru the circle drive and pick up your meal or come inside the commons and eat and listen to KHS's own “Old Skool Band”.   Times are 5:00 p.m. - 7 p.m. Tickets are available to purchase from Coach Earhart or any varsity volleyball player.  Again, fish fry orders must be in today.

 

AP Test registration closes this Sunday, March 6th.

 

 Diamond Girls meets this Friday in Room 3010 A block Lunch

 

Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

 "UNICEF Meeting Friday, A-Block, in Mr. Bradley's room. See you there!"

 

The theme for the pep rally on Friday is Hawaiian.

 

 Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

Seniors:   Jostens will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

 Juniors:  Josten’s will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

The JV and Varsity Softball teams defeated Summer Creek last night in their first home game of the season.  Amanda Cleaver hit a home run on JV and Lindsay Gregory hit a home run on Varsity.  Jenika Lombrana pitched a great game for JV.  Madeline Meier had 14 strike outs for the varsity last night!  Varsity won in a run rule 10-0.  Great job ladies.  The varsity competes in a tournament this weekend in Cy Fair. Good luck!

 

Tuesday, March 1

AP Test registration closes this Sunday, March 6th.

 

Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

The theme for the pep rally on Friday is Hawaiian.

 

Last Saturday, Kingwood art students attended the Visual Arts Scholastic Event. Several of our students received scores of 4, the highest score, on their artwork entered and out of those students four of them will be going to the State event in San Antonio. Please congratulate Anna Pham, Becky Baker, Rowan Gonda, and Serenity Williams. Fantastic job art students!  

 

Service Learning club will meet today during B lunch. Please bring canned items this week to room 4304.

 

Athletic Physicals are this Wednesday from 7:30 to 6PM.  Cost is $20.00

 

Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

Volleyball is hosting a fish fry Friday.  You can drive thru the circle drive and pick up your meal or come inside the commons and eat and listen to KHS's own “Old Skool Band”.   Times are 5:00 p.m. - 7 p.m. Tickets are available to purchase from Coach Earhart or any varsity volleyball player.

 

 Seniors:   Jostens will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

Juniors:  Josten’s will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

Girls Soccer defeated Oak Ridge 5-0 on Friday and will host Summer Creek at KHS on Wednesday.  

Monday, February 29

AP Test registration closes this Sunday, March 6th.

 

Athletic Physicals are this Wednesday from 7:30 to 6PM.  Cost is $20.00

 

Seniors, remember to nominate for class favorites.

 

Volleyball hosts a fish fry Friday.  You can drive thru the circle drive and pick up your meal or come inside the commons and eat and listen to KHS's own “Old Skool Band”.   Times are 5:00 p.m. - 7 p.m. Tickets are available to purchase from Coach Earhart or any varsity volleyball player.

 

 Seniors:   Jostens will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

Juniors:  Josten’s will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

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Kingwood Softball is off to a great start.  The girls are 1-0 in district, defeating Oak Ridge 12-11 in a 9 inning, 3 and a half hour game!  In two weeks they have played 13 games and are 10-3 overall.

 

They beat the defending state champs, Katy this weekend 6-1.

 

In the tournament the girls hit 7 home runs!  Hitting home runs were hit by Jenna Bleiberg, Georgie Gonzales, Lindsay Gregory, Alex Colon and Brooke Johnson.  Great job to Maddie Lindsey and Madeline Meier for their outstanding pitching over the last two weeks and congrats to Lindsay Gregory on her fantastic defensive efforts this weekend.  Keep up the good work girls!  The Mustangs play Summer Creek at home at 4:30 and 6:00, we hope to see you at the game!

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The Fillies dominated at competition in San Antonio, bring the only team to receive a standing ovation, earn a perfect score on their kick performance, and bring home the highest honors for technique and choreography and finishing in the top two best overall!  The officers were the grand champions and our soloists won EVERY age division!!

 

Jr solos:   5th Gina Bellee,  3rd a tie with Brooke Noble and Sarah House,  2nd Hannah Cook, and 1st Kendall Burton

 

Winners of the 15-16 yr. old solos: 4th Maddie Sparks, 3rd Emily Martin, 2nd Teigan Ahrendt, and 1st Erica Anderson

 

Senior solos winners were 5th Caroline Knox, 2nd Hannah Lam and 1st Sydney Ballou

 

Jr. Duet winners were first place Kendall burton and Paige Colbert

 

Senior duet 2nd place went to Sydney Ballou and Madeline Snell

The Fillies leave for Nationals in California this weekend.

 

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The Kingwood Klassic Gymnastics competition was a great success!  KHS and 4 high schools competed.  Kingwood won the boys team division.  Junior Jared Miscisin led the way winning Floor, Pommels, Vault, High Bar and All-Around scoring 51.3.  Junior Kevin Abbott won rings and Sophomore Chris Kuzmickas won Parallel Bars.

Alvin won the girls team division with KHS Sophomore Shannon Pelfrey winning the Balance Beam and Floor Exercise.

Kingwood faces its last competition before District, and its toughest yet, as they travel to Bryan to face Rudder High School- the top ranked Boys Team in the state.

 

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Varsity Girls Track placed second by only 7 points against defending Regional Champions Cy Springs.  The Lady Mustangs were led by:

Ravionne Heard  2nd in the Long Jump,  Malery Pratt 3rd in the Triple,

The 3200 Meter Relay team of Brianna Nolen, Abby Guidry, Olivia Thompson, and McKenzie Clark placed first and set a new school record.

The Sprint Medley Relay team of Sydney Hart, Aimee Prince, Eden Pratt, and Erin Gallagher placed 3rd.

Jasmine Amo and Megan Eichler placed 1st and 3rd in the Steeple Chase.

Erin Gallagher and Amy Berg placed 1st and 2nd in the 3200 Meters

Olivia Thompson placed 3rd in the 800 and

Abby Guidry, Sarah Antrich, and Jessica Hergott placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the 1600.

Way to go ladies!

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Kingwood Girls Rugby remains undefeated after competing in Austin this weekend.  No one has scored a goal against them all season.  Congrats ladies.

 

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KHS German students traveled to San Marcos to compete at the Texas State German Contest, where they came away with their 4th straight state title.

 

Kingwood had 11 1st place finishers in academic, drama and art events.

 

Our KHS folk dancing team came in 1st for the first time ever and can now say they are the best folk dancing team in the state of Texas.

 

 

Overall Kingwood had 68 top 10 finishes in group and individual events. It's a great day to be a German-speaking MUSTANG!

Friday, February 26

Kingwood Varsity volleyball is hosting a fish fry next Friday, March 4th.  You can drive thru and pick up your meal or come in and eat and listen to KHS's own Old Skool Band.   Times are 5:00 p.m. - 7 p.m. Tickets are available to purchase from Coach Earhart or any varsity volleyball player.

 

Seniors:   Jostens will be at KHS Thursday and Friday at Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

Juniors:  Josten’s will be here Thursday and Friday at Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.

 

Attention students interested in taking dual credit next year!  Be sure to turn in the yellow Dual Credit Enrollment Request Form to Ms. Bird in room 1023 by the end of the day today.  If you completed Bridges and selected a dual credit class, this form must be completed.  If you need a form, pick one up from your counselor or Ms. Bird in 1023.

 

Upcoming juniors and seniors: If you plan to have late arrival, early release, or aide for next school year, please return your permission form to your house office ASAP!

 

National French Honor Society need to pay dues by Friday

 

Cheerleader packets are due today.

 

The inline hockey team continued their winning season last night with a 6 to 1 victory with goals scored by Ryan Mullen, Sammy, Lerman, Dylan Linette, and Eric Linette. They play again next Thursday night at Houston indoor sports.

 

The Humble ISD Baseball Tournament continues today.  Kingwood plays at 11 AM and 8 PM.

 

KHS is hosting the Kingwood Klassic gymnastics meet this weekend.  The event starts Friday at 10 AM.  Seating is only available on the upper Visitor side.

 

Good luck to DECA and German Club at state competition.  Good luck Fillies at competition in San Antonio.  Soccer takes on OakRidge tonight, boys at home and girls away.  Softball is at Pearland.   Boys lacrosse is at Insperity fields at 6pm.

 

And now some results from other athletic events this week:

 

Last night the JV/FR boys track competed at Klein Oak High School.  JV boys placed second... Highlighters were:

Trey Batsell won the shot

Nolan Powell won the High Jump  

Joey Moore Won the 3200 meters

Colin Ferrara won the 300 Hurdles

Miles relay won with Ethan Landers, Ethan Harper, Grant Schoettelkotte, & Charlie Sheppard

 

Freshmen Boys placed Third overall... Highlighters were

TJ Sheppard Won the High jump

Cameron Pavlasky won the Pole Vault

Trent Nolen won 3200

Great Job MUSTANGS!!!! KEEP THE BLUE TRAIN ROLLING!!

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The JV Girls Track Team slaughtered the competition last night defeating 2nd place by 200 points.  The team was led by:

Delanna Martin who won the Discus

Kayla Hickman won the Long Jump

Emily Avard won the High Jump

Megan Eichler won the 3200 Meters

The 4x100 Meter Relay team of Lauren Rogers, Amber Nunnery, Sam Boucher, and Hannah O'Hern placed first

Hannah O'Hern won the 100 Meter Dash

The 4x200 Meter Relay team of Yinka Otulana, Amber Nunnery, Kayla Hickman, and Sam Boucher also won

Abby Pratt won the 1600 Meters

and the Sprint Medley Relay team of Sydney Sonderer, Allison Brooks, Kate Whitmer and Abby Pratt also won.

Way to go, ladies!

 

 

Congrats to JV Tennis from the Goose Creek J V Tournament on Wednesday

Earning medals were:

 

Rodrigo Olvera – 1st Place in “A” Boys Singles

Quinn Davis/Ross Reavis – 2nd Place in “A” Boys Doubles

Mir Ali – 2nd Place in “B” Boys Singles

Talha Arif/Ahsan Aziz – 1st Place in “B” Boys Doubles

Ian McLean/Sophie DiSorba – 1st Place in “A” Mixed Doubles

Mickey Heimler/Keagan Walker –1st Place in “B” Mixed Doubles

Alexis Falasca – 3rd Place in “B” Girls Singles

Thursday, February 25

Important information for Juniors and Seniors from Josten’s:

Seniors:

Very Important - Jostens will be at our campus on Thursday March 3rd and Friday March 4th during Lunch for Cap and Gown Delivery.  Your balance must be paid in full to pick up your order.

 

Attention Juniors:

 Jostens will be at our campus on Thursday March 3rd and Friday March 4th during Lunch to take your Class ring orders.  $50 Down payment is required to place your order.  Don't miss this important event!

 

Attention students interested in taking dual credit next year!  Be sure to turn in the yellow Dual Credit Enrollment Request Form to Ms. Bird in room 1023 by Friday.  If you completed Bridges and selected a dual credit class, this form must be completed.  If you need a form, pick one up from your counselor or Ms. Bird in 1023.  Office 1023 is to the LEFT of the greeter’s desk.

 

 Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

 Upcoming juniors and seniors: If you plan to have late arrival, early release, or aide for next school year, please return your permission form to your house office ASAP!

 

 French students wishing to join National French Honor Society need to pay dues by Friday

 

Cheerleader packets are due Friday.

 

The Humble ISD Baseball Tournament starts today.  Kingwood plays today at 11 AM and 8 PM and the same times tomorrow.

 

KHS is also hosting the Kingwood Klassic gymnastics meet this weekend.  The event starts Friday at 10 AM.

Wednesday, February 24

Project Grad has a Fundraiser today ALL DAY at J. Christopher’s.   Dine-in, Carryout or Delivery, AND they deliver to KHS! Benefits Project Grad.   A Flyer is needed and is on the KHS Project Grad website.

 

Kingwood Students for Life is hosting a special guest speaker today during all of lunch in LGI-4310. Katie Martin from Students for Life of America will be speaking about Pro-Life apologetics. All are welcome.

 

FCA will meet today in LGI-4310. All are welcome.

 

Attention students interested in taking dual credit next year!  Be sure to turn in the yellow Dual Credit Enrollment Request Form to Ms. Bird in room 1023 by Friday.  If you completed Bridges and selected a dual credit class, this form must be completed.  If you need a form, pick one up from your counselor or Ms. Bird in 1023.  Office 1023 is to the LEFT of the greeter’s desk.

 

 

Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

 

Upcoming juniors and seniors: If you plan to have late arrival, early release, or aide for next school year, please return your permission form to your house office ASAP!

 

 

Attention French students:  Have you been invited to join the National French Honor Society?  Do you intend to become a member of this elite group? Dues for incoming candidates are requested by this Friday.  See Madame Baldwin if you have any questions.  Merci!

 

 

Cheerleader packets are due Friday.

 

 

Tuesday, February 23

Congratulations to our State meet qualifiers this past weekend in Austin at the State Meet. The girls Medley Relay with Caitlin Whiteside. Emily Bocock, Katie Schmude, and Aley Shimel placed 12th. and the Girls 200 free relay with  Shimel,  Renatta Saenz, Whiteside, and Bocock was 10th. Bocock was  8th in the 50 free and 6th in the 100 Breast. Shimel was 11th in the 100 free and 9th in the 100 Breast.

On the Boys side David Morejon place 3rd in the 100 fly and 200 Free and earned a Bronze Medal in both events. Jonah Pennington was 15th in the 500 Free. The Boys 400 free Relay placed 12th with Pennigton, Eric Morejon, Micheal Monk and David Morejon. The Boys came in 15th place overall out of 62 teams and the Girls were 10 th place overall out of 52 teams that participated. Congratulations Swimmers!

 

Congratulations to Diana Aston for winning Super Staffer for February! This is what her fellow teachers have to say about Ms. Aston: "Diana has been a joy to work with this year.  She has such a positive "can do" attitude and gets problems resolved.  Congrats Ms. Aston.

 

Please come out and support the Criminal Justice Club at Fuddruckers on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. as they prepare for State Competition.

 

Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

Upcoming juniors and seniors: If you plan to have late arrival, early release, or aide for next school year, please return your permission form to your house office ASAP!

 

Attention French students:  Have you been invited to join the National French Honor Society?

Do you intend to become a member of this elite group? Dues for incoming candidates are requested by this Friday.  See Madame Baldwin if you have any questions.  Merci!

 

Cheerleader packets are due Friday.

Girls Soccer won last Friday 3-1 against College Park.  They are currently 5-0-0 in district.  Girls Varsity Soccer will take on The Woodlands tonight at Woodforest Stadium at 8pm.  JV games are canceled.

 

 

 

Congratulations to the following tennis players for their recent success at the Goose Creek Consolidated  ISD Varsity Tennis Tournament on 2/19/16:

 

Coming home with medals were:

 

Andrew Gryce/Matt Lee – 1st Place in “A” Boys Doubles

 

Kieran Tillis - 2nd  Place in “B” Boys Singles

 

Grey Davis – 1st Place Consolation in “B” Boys Singles

 

Ben Berkheimer/Rodrigo Olvera – 1st Place in “B” Boys Doubles

 

Abby Csengery – 1st Place in “A” Girls Singles

 

Fernanda Lago – 1st Place in “B” Girls Singles

 

WAY TO MUSTANGS!

 

Friday, February 19

Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

Seniors, today is the deadline for Project Graduation T-Shirt Designs!   There are CASH PRIZES!

 

 1st Place: $100 and your design is on the Project Grad Shirts.   2nd Place: $75  3rd Place: $50

 

Current Student Council members: Sophomores and above….wishing to serve as an officer or senator for next year.  Please attend the meeting at A lunch on Monday.

 

Please come out and support the Criminal Justice Club at Fuddruckers on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. as they prepare for State Competition.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society members! We will be having a meeting on Monday during A-block. Don't be late!

 

The inline hockey team started their new seasons as started their new season with a 2-0 record. Last night they skated to a 5-3 victory with goals scored by Dylan Linette, Ryan Mullen, and Drew Tansley.

 

 

Girls Soccer games tonight are all at Turner Stadium.  JV White at 4:15, JV Blue at 5:45, and Varsity at 7:30.

 

The JV Girls Track Team dominated the competition last night defeating second place by over 200 points.  It was a great team effort led by:

 

Emmie Efferson who won the Pole Vault

Toni Scardino won the Triple Jump

The 1st place Distance Medley Relay team of Payton VanNatter, Kate Whitmer, Maria Mejia, and Reese Thompson

Emma Torres who won the 3200

The winning 400 Meter Relay team of Allison Brooks, Sydney Sonderer, Sam Boucher, and Sydney Hart

Tatjana Mense won the 800

Lauren Rogers won the 100

The 800 meter Relay team of Sydney Hart, Amber Nunnery, Kayla Hickman, and Hannah O'Hern also won

Mikah Escamilla won the 400

Yinka Otulana won the 200

Sarah Mascardo won the 1600

and the 1600 Meter Relay team of Amber Nunnery, Hannah O'Hern, Ryane VanMeter, and Abby Pratt finished the night off with a victory.

 

Way to go, ladies!  What a great start to the season.

 

Thursday, February 18th

Congratulations to the Speech and Debate team for an incredible showing at the  42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament this past weekend.

The team finished with impressive records. Top debaters this weekend were Carson Crane and Kris Bridgwater who finished 9th in JV policy Debate and Jeff Gifford and Alex Gagne who finished 9th in JV Public Forum Debate.

Some debate divisions had over 400 teams competing and representing states from all over the country as well as 4 international countries.  Way to go Kingwood Debate!

 

 

 

Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

Seniors, don't forget!    We need your Project Graduation T-Shirt Design!   There are CASH PRIZES!

 1st Place: $100 and your design is on the Project Grad Shirts.   2nd Place: $75  3rd Place: $50

 See Ms. Wilkinson in 4100 for information. Designs are due tomorrow!

 

Current Student Council members: Sophomores and above….wishing to serve as an officer or senator for next year.  Please attend the meeting at A lunch on Monday.

 

Good luck to swimming and wrestling on their way to State today.  Send-off is at noon…come on down at the end of 4th.

 

Wednesday, February 17

Tryouts for the Fillies Dance Team are April 26-30.  Packets will be available at the Fillies Spring Show on April 1st.

 

Lady Mustang Soccer defeated Atascocita last night in a hard fought game, scoring the only goal of the game with three minutes remaining.  With the 1-0 victory, the Lady Mustangs are now 4-0 in district play.  JV Blue ladies soccer also won last night 4-0.  The girls will face College Park this Friday at Turner Stadium.

 

Want to learn about disc golf? Bring your lunch and come to disc golf club today during A block in room 2104!

 

"Congratulations to the Men's Soccer program last night as they swept Atascocita.  The night started off with a 5-0 thumping by the JV White as they continue to be undefeated since their only loss back in the first week of January.  The JV Blue continued their form as they won 1-0.  The varsity returned to form as they beat the Eagles by a score of 2-0.   We continue our quest for the playoffs this Friday as we take on College Park at their place and then our next home game on Tuesday of next week against The Woodlands.  We hope to see you on the pitch!"

 

The Mustang basketball team defeated The Woodlands last night 59 to 46 in their final district ball game. The Stangs were lead by Devin Gould with 15 points, Mitchell Clouse with 14, Cortez Williams with 12 points, and Dalton Lynch with 9. Great job Mustangs.

Mustang boys basketball now moves to the playoffs.  We play Dekaney in the first round of the playoffs next week Monday or Tuesday. Further details tomorrow. Plan on coming and watch some great playoff action.   Good luck Mustangs.

Tuesday, February 16

Dilly Letter Jackets will be here on Thursday the 18th for letter jacket sizing. Payment is due in full!

 

 

The Lady Mustangs Soccer teams will play away against Atascocita tonight.  They defeated Conroe on Friday in a tough 2-0 win.

 

For those of you that haven't heard, since it's been all over social media, THE FILLIES WON MISS DRILL TEAM TEXAS and was the ONLY team to receive a standing Ovation all day long!  They were the highest scoring team of the day and in each category that they performed in which were JAZZ, LYRICAL and KICK!  The fillies scored all 99's on their very first time to hit the competition floor this season!  That is VERY hard to do since those types of scores are usually not given until the END of their season at the National level!  The Fillies will be competing again this weekend and we want to wish them luck as they will be traveling every weekend from now until after Spring break!

 

Hannah Lam won the Senior solo division and Kendall Burton won first place in the 9th grade solo division.   The Fillis soloists ALL dominated the top 10 spots with Sydney Ballou being the runner up to Hannah Lam.  Congratulations FILLIES!

 

For the first time ever in KHS history, we have a Wrestler advancing to the State Tournament.  Congratulations to Matt Dean.  He will be competing this weekend at the State Wrestling tournament.

Wednesday, February 10

 

Congratulations to our Region Swimming and Diving Boys and Girls. After an incredibly fast meet, our boys and girls both placed third.  David Morejon won two gold medals in the 200 Fee and the 100 Butterfly earning automatic qualifying to the State meet and also earned Region 4 Boys swimmer of the meet. Other qualifiers to the State meet are Renata Saenz, Katie Schmude, Caitlin Whiteside, Aley Shimel and Emily Bocock. On the Boys side Eric Morejon, Ethan Rushing and Jonah Pennigton also qualified for the trip to the State meet .  Great Job to all Region Swimmers and look forward to a great State Meet in Austin in 2 weeks.

 

the Junior class "HAVOC" T shirts have arrived? The class officers will distribute them to those who purchased one in my room (2105) before school and during lunch.

 

Seniors! Come pick up your popcorn Thursday after school in the Student Council Room in the 2700 hallway!

 

The Trip Club is offering a 9 day trip to Costa Rica during Spring Break 2017. Whitewater rafting, zip lining, kayaking, and snorkeling are activities included on the trip. Come to the meeting Thursday at 6:00 pm in the library. See Mrs. Schilling, Ms. Lard, and Mr. McGrew for details. Enroll this month for the best prices.

 

  We will have our next Blood Drive next Wednesday and Thursday please sign up in the cafeteria during the Lunch Hour!

 

UNICEF Meeting Friday, A-Block, in room 2308. See you there!"

 

The Cheerleader tryout meeting is tonight at 7PM in the KHS Commons.            

 

"The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a Valentine's Day song drive in the cafeteria during one lunch next week. Come by and pay a dollar to hear your favorite songs. Love wins."

 

 

 Roses on sale now during lunch!  They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

 

Stacey's Sweets cookies for sale after school--greeter's desk area, sports commons, bus area.  Benefitting project grad.

 

The wild life conservation club meets B lunch Wednesday in Mr. Carnahan's room 2719,

 

Seniors, don't forget!  We need your Project Graduation T-Shirt Design!   1st Place: $100 and your design is on the Project Grad Shirts, 2nd Place: $75,  3rd Place: $50. See Ms. Wilkinson in 4100 for information. Design due February 19th!  So far, we only have 1 entry!

 

Congrats to Science Olympiad, placing 5th overall this weekend.  Individual medalists are Eric Andersond Braeden Conrad for 2nd place in Astronomy.  Sreeya Cherlo and Kirsten Refvik 2nd place in Cell Biology, and Sreeya Cherlo and Suyash Gupta, 3rd in Robot Arm.

Tuesday, February 9

 

Congratulations to the 69 students from KHS Orchestra who qualified for the Texas State Solo and Ensemble in May at UT Austin!  To be eligible, a student must perform a Class I Solo or Ensemble at the regional competition.  If a student performs a solo, it must be performed entirely from memory with an accompanist.  In order to advance to the state level, students must receive the highest rating possible from the judge for their solo or ensemble performance.  KHS has 69 students advancing! Congratulations, guys!

 

Ready for adventure?  The Trip Club is offering a 9 day trip to Costa Rica during Spring Break 2017. Whitewater rafting, zip lining, kayaking, and snorkeling are activities included on the trip. For more information, attend an informational meeting this Thursday at 6:00 pm in the library. See Mrs. Schilling, Ms. Lard, and Mr. McGrew for details. Enroll this month for the best prices.

 

 We will have our next Blood Drive next Wednesday and Thursday please sign up in the cafeteria during the Lunch Hour!

 

UNICEF Meeting Friday, A-Block, in room 2308. See you there!"

 

Service Learning Club will meet today during B lunch in room 4304 to discuss Junior Achievement opportunities and other service learning projects in the works.

 

The Cheerleader tryout meeting is this Wednesday at 7PM in the KHS Commons.        

 

"The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a Valentine's Day song drive in the cafeteria during one lunch next week. Come by and pay a dollar to hear your favorite songs. Love wins."

 

 Roses on sale now during lunch!  They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

Tickets for Tuesday’s Boys Basketball game vs Atascocita are on sale today at lunch.  Remember to park in the back faculty parking lot at AHS.

 

Stacey's Sweets cookies for sale after school--greeter's desk area, sports commons, bus area.  Benefitting project grad.

 

The wild life conservation club meets B lunch Wednesday in Mr. Carnahan's room 2719,

 

Big game tonight for boys basketball  we need you there. Kingwood verses Atascocita tonight, 7:00. You guys can make the difference. Get your tickets early and bring the noise. See you at the game.

 

Seniors, don't forget!  We need your Project Graduation T-Shirt Design!   1st Place: $100 and your design is on the Project Grad Shirts, 2nd Place: $75,  3rd Place: $50. See Ms. Wilkinson in 4100 for information. Design due February 19th!  So far, we only have 1 entry!

 

Lady Mustang Soccer shut out the Summer Creek Bulldogs 7-0 on Friday.  They are now 2-0 in district play and will take on Conroe this Friday.

Monday, February 8

Tonight is the final show of the musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It!  Performances start tonight at 7:30 pm.  We’ve heard amazing things about this production…tonight is your last chance to see it.  Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office.

 

 The Cheerleader tryout meeting is this Wednesday at 7PM in the KHS Commons.    

 

"The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a Valentine's Day song drive in the cafeteria during one lunch next week. Come by and pay a dollar to hear your favorite songs. Love wins."

 

Roses on sale now during lunch!  They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

Tickets for Tuesday’s Boys Basketball game vs Atascocita are go on sale today and Tuesday at lunch.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members! We will be having a meeting on Monday during A-Block to glaze our clay bowls and to discuss several volunteer opportunities. See you all on Monday!            

 

Stacey's Sweets cookies for sale after school--greeter's desk area, sports commons, bus area.  Benefitting project grad.

 

The wild life conservation club meets B lunch Wednesday in Mr. Carnahan's room 2719,

 

Boys Basketball defeated the Conroe Tigers Friday night 56 to 33 in a key district matchup. The Mustangs were led by Mitchell Clouse with 20 points, Matt Charles with 15, and Brandon Burrell with 7 points, 8 assists and 9 rebounds.

 

And now it's that Time. Time for a road trip across the river. Big game--need you there. Kingwood verses Atascocita tomorrow night, 7:00. You guys can make the difference. Get your tickets early and bring the noise. See you at the game.

 

Congratulations to the following KHS Tennis Players for their recent success at the Coppell Varsity Tennis Invitational on 2/5 - 2/6/2016:

 

3rd Place in "A" Girls Singles - Lauren Legg

 

2nd Place in "B" Girls Singles - Kate Woods

 

1st Place Consolations in "A" Boys Doubles - Andrew Gryce/Matt Lee

 

1st Place Consolation in "B" Boys Doubles - Brendan Dent/Carson Tomz

 

Semifinalists in "B" Boys Doubles - Brandon Duhon/Eric Talac

 

WAY TO GO MUSTANGS!

"Congratulations to the Men's soccer program as they dominated over Summer Creek on Friday.  The Freshman started out with a 9-0 win with goals and assists from just about everybody on the team.

 

The JV Blue tied 2-2 in a game that was completely one-sided.  They deserved the win, however, Summer Creek were able to sneak a couple of unlucky goals which kept them even.

 

Then, varsity finished the night with a 5-0 win.  We did it with a goal piece from Alexis Arredondo, Paul Kreit, and Tristan Graff, and then 2 more by Ian Nielsen.  Our defense, headed up by Bryce Nelson and Goal Keeper Donny Lawrence completed the shut out.  Thanks you to those who made it out to the event for the support.

 

The Varsity is 1-1-0, the JV Blue are now 0-0-1 and the JV White are 2-0-0 In district play.  Our next game is away at Conroe this Friday."

Friday, February 5

Thursday, February 4

Attention to all late arrival students….tomorrow is a pep rally schedule day.  2nd period begins at 8:15 tomorrow…don’t be late.  The pep rally is Rodeo-themed as we kick off the Humble Livestock Show and Rodeo.

 

Tonight is the first show of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It!  Performances start tonight at 7:30 pm. And continue on Friday, Saturday, and Monday night.  Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office.

 

 A Cheer tryout info meeting will be held on February 10th at 7PM in the KHS Commons.   All cheer candidates and a guardian should attend. We will discuss changes in the cheer program including tryouts procedure, dates, and expectations. Cheer clinic and tryouts will be held March 7-11. Please see the cheer website for more details.

 

"Shock and Awe" Class of 2016 T-shirts will be on sale during lunch today.  All sizes are available. The price is $15-$18 depending on size.  Come get a shirt before they are all gone!  Shirts can be paid for in cash (exact change is encouraged) or with a check made out to KHS.

 

 "The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a Valentine's Day song drive in the cafeteria during one lunch next week. Come by and pay a dollar to hear your favorite songs. Love wins."

 

 

Roses on sale now during lunch!  They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

Lady Mustang Soccer kicked off district with a huge 4-0 win over Oak Ridge on Tuesday.  The Lady Mustangs are now 4-4-2 on the season (1-0-0 in District) and will play Summer Creek High School on Friday at 7:00pm.  JV Blue and JV White both won their games 3-0.

 

Listen up all you Mustang fans, Boys Basketball team takes on the Conroe Tigers Friday night in a key district match up.  There are playoff implications for both teams.   With four games left in district they are all important. Come out, bring your buddy and lets fill up that student section.

Bring the noise, Be loud, Be proud, and wear your blue.

 

Tickets for Tuesday’s Boys Basketball game vs Atascocita will go on sale THIS FRIDAY, MONDAY, and Tuesday at lunch.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members! We will be having a meeting on Monday during A-Block to glaze our clay bowls and to discuss several volunteer opportunities. See you all on Monday!        

 

Congratulations to Varsity tennis for their recent success at the Katy Varsity Tennis Invitational:

 

1st Place in "A" Girls Singles:  Abby Csengery

 

2nd Place in "B" Girls Singles:  Fernanda Lago

 

Semifinalist in "B" Boys Singles: David Moore

 

Semifinalists in "B" Boys Doubles: Nathan Cleaver/Brandon Duhon

 

And JV Tennis did well at the Pasadena ISD JV Tennis Invitational on Tuesday:

 

2nd Place in "A" Boys Singles: Tristan Cortes

 

1st Place "A" Boys Doubles: Ali Aziz/Luther Sentz

 

1st Place Consolation in "B" Boys Singles: Devan Karp

1st Place Consolation in "A" Girls Singles:  Annie Reese

 

Semifinalist in "B" Girls Singles:  Marcelle Chamoun

 

Semifinalists in "B" Mixed Doubles:  Mickey Heimler/Keagan Walker

 

 

Wednesday, February 3

PSAT scores will be handed out today at lunch in the Commons.

 

"Want to learn about disc golf? Bring your lunch and come to disc golf club today in room 2104!"

 

Don't miss Kingwood High School Fine Arts’ production of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It! Set in the roaring 20s with disguises, dancing, and laughter! Performances start Thursday at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office.

 

Attention all those interested in trying out for KHS Cheer. An informational meeting for will be held on February 10th at 7:00 in Kingwood High School commons. All cheer candidates and a guardian should make plans to attend. We will be discussing the cheer program, changes to tryouts procedure, dates, and expectations. Cheer clinic and tryouts will be held March 7-11. Please see the cheer website for more details.

 

Seniors:  It’s time for you to break out your creative side and design the Project Graduation t-shirt.  The theme is “Now Showing: PG 16”            THE RULES/GUIDELINES ARE AVAILABLE TO PICK UP IN OFFICE 4100.

SO FAR WE HAVE ONLY HAD 1 ENTRY... ENTRIES ARE DUE Friday February 19TH... TURN IN TO 4100.

 

"Shock and Awe" Class of 2016 T-shirts will be on sale during lunch this week Wednesday and Thursday.  All sizes are available. The price is $15-$18 depending on size.  Come get a shirt before they are all gone!

Shirts can be paid for in cash (exact change is encouraged) or with a check made out to KHS.

 

Roses on sale now during lunch!  They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

 

 

Congratulations to the following KHS Tennis Players for their recent success at the Clear Springs JV Tennis Invitational on 1/28/2016"

 

1st Place in "A" Boys Singles:  Ben Berkheimer

 

1st Place Consolation in "A" Boys Singles:  Grey Davis

 

1st Place in "A" Boys Doubles:  Brooks Duncan/Nick Mears

 

Semifinalists in "B" Boys Doubles:  Coby Alsobrook/Cameron Lombard AND Ian McLean/Michael Wallace

 

1st Place Consolation in "A" Girls Singles:  Annie Reese

 

Semifinalist in "B" Girls Singles: Sophie DiSorba

 

Semifinalists in "B" Girls Doubles:  Macie McLean/Ellie Sette

 

Semifinalists in "A" Mixed Doubles: Ahsan Aziz/Scotlyn Nowling

 

2nd Place in "B" Mixed Doubles:  Quinn Davis/Chloe Glover

Tuesday, February 2

PSAT scores will be handed out today and tomorrow at lunch in the Commons.

Don't miss Kingwood High School Fine Arts’ production of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It! Set in the roaring 20s with disguises, dancing, and laughter! Performances start Thursday at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office.

 

"Congratulations to the Men's soccer teams as they went 7-2 for the week last week.

The Varsity beat Deer Park 2-1 and LaPorte 5-2.  The JV Blue won the Consolation Final in the District 16-6a JV tournament and our Freshman walked away from their tournament as Champions with a combined score of 8 goals for and 1 against defeating The Woodlands, College Park, and Conroe along the way.

Tonight, we begin our 2016 push towards the payoffs as we begin district play away at Oak Ridge High School.  Come on out as the weather will be great!"

 

Attention all those interested in trying out for KHS Cheer. An informational meeting for will be held on February 10th at 7:00 in Kingwood High School commons. All cheer candidates and a guardian should make plans to attend. We will be discussing the cheer program, changes to tryouts procedure, dates, and expectations. Cheer clinic and tryouts will be held March 7-11. Please see the cheer website for more details.

 

Seniors:  It’s time for you to break out your creative side and design the Project Graduation t-shirt.  The theme is “Now Showing: PG 16”        THE RULES/GUIDELINES ARE AVAILABLE TO PICK UP IN OFFICE 4100.

SO FAR WE HAVE ONLY HAD 1 ENTRY... ENTRIES ARE DUE Friday February 19TH... TURN IN TO 4100.

 

"Shock and Awe" Class of 2016 T-shirts will be on sale during lunch this week Wednesday and Thursday.  All sizes are available. The price is $15-$18 depending on size.

Come get a shirt before they are all gone!

Shirts can be paid for in cash (exact change is encouraged) or with a check made out to KHS.

 

Roses on sale now during lunch!

They are $2 and will be delivered in class before Valentine's day! Let's have a blooming good time and buy roses to support the Sophomore class!

 

 

 

 

Friday, January 29

If you have not ordered your 2016 yearbook yet, go to www.smart-pay.com by midnight tonight in order to be GUARANTEED a book. After that, only a limited number of books will be available.

 

 

"UNICEF meets today in A-Block, room 2308.  

 

Seniors, the Prom theme is Midsummer Nights Dream.

 

The Class of 2018 will be selling roses during lunch starting next week. Around Valentine’s Day, they will be delivered in class. Bring a couple dollars to our table in the cafeteria, and spread the news and love!

 

Monday Feb 1 is the last day to order Papa Murphy's Pizza for Super Bowl Sunday.  Go to Twitter @khspgrad for more details.

 

Do you like to watch & cheer for baseball? Diamond Girls will have an info meeting today during A lunch in Mrs. Young's room 3010

 

 Don't miss Kingwood High School Fine Arts’ production of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It! Set in the roaring 20s with disguises, dancing, and laughter! Performances start Thursday the 4th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office starting Monday.

 

 The pep rally for this Friday is moved to NEXT week, Feb 5th to kick-off the Humble Livestock Show and Rodeo.

 

Today is National Puzzle Day! During One Lunch the library will host a puzzle competition with prizes. Teams of 6 will be competing. Form your own team or sign up in the library to be placed on a team.

 

 

The inline hockey team won two games back to back last night in the league playoffs. In the first game goals were scored by Ryan Mullen and Eric Linette. Immediately afterward they played the championship game to win 5-4 in sudden death with 4 goals scored by Dylan Linette. Be sure to congratulate the hockey champions!

 

Tuesday night the Mustang Basketballers defeated Oak Ridge 51 to 45 to bring their record to 19 and 8, and 5 and 2 in district. The team was lead by Mitchell Clouse with 17 points, Devin Gould with 11 and Brandon Burrell with 9 points. That win completed a sweep as all 5 teams took care of business and notched a big win in district play.

Great Job Mustangs!!

 

Tonight the Mustangs take on the Summer Creek Bulldogs at Summer Creek in another big district rivalry match.  Take a road trip and come watch some great basketball action, Game time 7:00, Be loud, be proud and help us bring home another district win.  See you at the game.

 If you’re not going over the river and through the woods tonight, Girls Basketball is at KHS tonight going up against the BullDogs of Summer Creek.

 

Boys Soccer is away today. Girls soccer is off, but begins district play on Tuesday.

Swimming is preparing for regionals next weekend.  Tennis is at Katy. Fine Arts are in full swing with the Musical next weekend and UIL competitions.  Foreign language competitions, rugby, lacrosse, academics…all have a busy spring semester

Like we told the 8th graders that visited Wednesday and Thursday….we’re a big school and we do big things.

 

For example:  We found out Wednesday that the KHS debate team has been invited to the Pan American Debate contest in Vancouver Canada!  The KHS team is the ONLY team from the USA.  They will compete as Team Kingwood against the likes of national teams such as Team Canada, Venezuela, England, and teams from other countries.

 

In everything that we do…we let our blue shine through…keep it going Kingwood.

Thursday, January 28

"UNICEF Meeting this Friday, A-Block, room 2308. We'll be discussing Free Trade, and what we can do to help.

 Last night Mustang Wrestlers competed against Langham Creek and Cypress Springs and were victorious in both duals.

 Attention Seniors! The voting results for Prom Theme are in. Winning by a landslide, the Kingwood High School Prom theme is Midsummer Nights Dream.

 

The Class of 2018 will be selling roses during lunch starting next week. Around Valentine’s Day, they will be delivered in class. Bring a couple dollars to our table in the cafeteria, and spread the news and love!

 

Monday Feb 1 is the last day to order Papa Murphy's Pizza for Super Bowl Sunday.

Go to Twitter @khspgrad for more details.

 

Do you like to watch & cheer for baseball? Diamond Girls will have an informational meeting Friday Jan. 29 during A lunch in Mrs. Young's room 3010

 

 Don't miss Kingwood High School Fine Arts’ production of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It! Set in the roaring 20s, wealthy bachelor Jimmy Winter gets married for the 3rd…or is it the 4th time, and meets the female bootlegger Billie Bendix.  Disguises, dancing, and laughter ensue, as you experience a night you’ll never forget! Performances are February 4th, 5th, 6th & 8th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office starting next Monday. See you there!

 

 The pep rally for this Friday is moved to NEXT week, Feb 5th to kick-off the Humble Livestock Show and Rodeo.

 

Friday is National Puzzle Day! During One Lunch on Friday, the library will be hosting a puzzle competition with prizes. Teams of 6 will be competing. Form your own team or sign up in the library to be placed on a team. Register as a team or individual this week in the library.

 

 

Lady Mustang Soccer will open up district play on Tuesday here at KHS taking on the War Eagles of Oak Ridge.  Varsity had a loss against Clements this week, with JV Blue tying 1-1 and JV White taking a 4-1 win.

 

Congratulations to the following KHS Tennis Players for their recent success at the Pasadena ISD Freshmen Tennis Invitational:

 

1st Place in "A" Boys Singles:  Kieran Tillis

2nd Place in "B" Boys Singles: Alex White

2nd Place in "A" Boys Doubles: Jaden Dick and Jack Morrison

1st Place in "B" Boys Doubles: Hudson Foyle and Sam Johnston

1st Place in "B" Mixed Doubles: Drew Lubben and Iliza Suendermann

1st Place Consolation "A" Girls Singles: Alexis Falasca

2nd Place "A" Girls Doubles: Haylee Hitt and Maison Mote

1st Place Consolation "B" Girls Doubles: Sarah Szeto and Andrea Villegas

 

WAY TO GO MUSTANG Freshmen tennis!

 

 

Wednesday, January 27

Congratulations to Pam Snapp for winning super staffer for the month of January. Super staffers are teachers and staff who go above and beyond the call of duty in education, and Ms. Snapp has certainly earned this award!

 

REMINDER DEBATE STUDENTS! PICTURES TODAY IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL TOURNAMENT DRESS

 

"Want to learn about disc golf? Bring your lunch and come to disc golf club today in room 2104!"

 

"UNICEF Meeting this Friday, A-Block, room 2308. We'll be discussing Free Trade, and what we can do to help.

 

Attention Seniors! The voting results for Prom Theme are in. Winning by a landslide, the Kingwood High School Prom theme is Midsummer Nights Dream.

 

Congrats to the Mustang Swimmers and Divers on their performance at the District Championships this past Saturday.  1st place finishes were David Morejon  in the 200 Free and 100 Fly and the boys 400 Free Relay (Jonah Pennington, Michael Monk, Eric Morejon, and David).  David earned District Male Swimmer of the Meet.  The girls finished 3rd and the boy's finished 2nd as team.  22 Mustangs qualified for the Region 4 meet to be held Feb 5-6 at the Conroe ISD Natatorium.

 

Region qualifiers include

Girls

Anna Armel

Emily Bocock

Val Dowd

Angela Duplantis

Maggie McCall

Kara Neel

Renata Saenz

Katie Schmude

Aley Shimel

Caitlin Whiteside

 

Boys

Jordan Anderson

Jacob Bass

Alex Carter

Alec Monk

Michael Monk

David Morejon

Eric Morejon

Jonah Pennington

Scout Puckett

Connor Richmond

Ethan Rushing

Ryan Santilena

 

Good luck to all or qualifiers at the Region Meet!!

 

Tuesday, January 26

Do you like to watch & cheer for baseball? Diamond Girls will have an informational meeting Friday Jan. 29 during A lunch in Mrs. Young's room 3010

 

 

Don't miss Kingwood High School Fine Arts’ production of the new musical comedy, Nice Work If You Can Get It! Set in the roaring 20s, wealthy bachelor Jimmy Winter gets married for the 3rd…or is it the 4th time, and meets the female bootlegger Billie Bendix.  Disguises, dancing, and laughter ensue, as you experience a night you’ll never forget! Performances are February 4th, 5th, 6th & 8th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 online at KingwoodTheatre.com or at the box office starting next Monday. See you there!

 

Friday is National Puzzle Day! During One Lunch on Friday, the library will be hosting a puzzle competition with prizes. Teams of 6 will be competing. Form your own team or sign up in the library to be placed on a team. Register as a team or individual this week in the library.

 

DECA members meet in the Yearbook Room 4406, A Block lunch for a Group Picture today.

 

Attention Spanish Club Members:  Club pictures are today at 3:00 IN THE COMMONS. Please wear your t-shirts.

 

Attention Service Learning students:   Our guest speaker from Junior Achievement will be here during B lunch today. Please plan on attending.   Our first club picture for the yearbook is today at 3:45 in the Commons. Please be in the Commons at 3:40.

 

Anyone interested in trying out for baseball please attend a short informational meeting, Wed, January 27 out at the baseball field at 3:00 PM.  Anyone interested in trying out will need to a have a physical on file with the trainer in the training room.  Tryouts will begin Friday, January 29, at 6:00 PM.  Thanks, and we will see you at the meeting.

 

Monday, January 25

The pep rally for this Friday is moved to NEXT week, Feb 5th to kick-off the Humble Livestock Show and Rodeo.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society Members: there is a meeting today during A-Block of lunch.

 

 

Accounting UIL will meet in Room 4701 Wednesday during B-Block.

 

 

Friday and Saturday Kingwood Varsity & JV Wrestling competed in Hurricane Classic Tournament at Klein Collins HS which consisted of a 32 team bracket per weight class. Results were:

 

JV

Bakhyita (Bak t heir) Hasrat ----2nd

Eric Torres ---- 3rd

Scott Phillips --- 5th

Bobby Baham --- 6th

 

Varsity result were Renz Streit 6th place in 113 wgt class, and Mustangs 1st Wrestling tournament champion Matt Dean in 195 wgt class!!!

The mustangs varsity team finished 12th overall.

 

 

The Mustangs will travel to Langham Creek on Wednesday to compete in a Tri meet before preparing for district on Feb 4th.

 

 

KHS Parents are invited tonight for the 9th, 10th and 11th grade parent night beginning at 6:30 PM

 

 

Attention Seniors:

The class of 2016 "Shock and Awe" t-shirts are available for order online.  If you have NOT purchased a shirt already, go to the Class of 2016 webpage and click on the t-shirt link.   Your Officers and Sponsors would like to see ALL seniors in their class t-shirt for the next pep rally.   Don't delay!  Get your T-shirt ordered today!

 

Last call for the July trip to Germany, Switzerland, and Austria! For more information, attend a meeting  Tuesday at 6:30 PM in the library. February 8 is the deadline for sign up. See Mrs. Schilling or Ms. Lard for more details.

Friday, January, 22

Attention Seniors:

The class of 2016 "Shock and Awe" t-shirts are available for order online.  If you have NOT purchased a shirt already, go to the Class of 2016 webpage and click on the t-shirt link.   Your Officers and Sponsors would like to see ALL seniors in their class t-shirt for the upcoming pep rally next Friday, January 29th. Don't delay!  Get your T-shirt ordered today!  We will deliver them in time for the pep rally!  Let Your BLUE shine through!!

 

Attention all Spanish Honor Society Members. We will be meeting today during A Block of lunch in LGI 4310 to discuss T shirts and our next service project.

 

Mustang basketball… We need you in full force and the gym rockin’. Please spread the word and know you truly do make a difference in the stands. See you at the Game. Bring the noise and wear your blue.

 

This week……the cafeteria outpost will be open at 6:50 am to 7:20 am.

 

Last call for the July trip to Germany, Switzerland, and Austria! For more information, attend a meeting next Tuesday, Jan 26 at 6:30 PM in the library. February 8 is the deadline for sign up. See Mrs. Schilling or Ms. Lard for more details.

 

Senior Class, remember to sell popcorn to help fund prom and Senior Picnic! All checks should be made out to "KHS" and sales officially end on Friday January 22nd.  Collection of fund raising forms will be during lunch near the greeter's desk Friday, Monday, and Tuesday. Don't forget to get in those last minute sales and to turn in those forms!

 

All DECA members need to meet today (Monday) A lunch, room 4704

 

Thursday, January 21

There will be a drama club meeting today during A block of lunch in the theatre. We hope to see you there!

 

Attention Seniors:

The class of 2016 "Shock and Awe" t-shirts are available for order online.  If you have NOT purchased a shirt already, go to the Class of 2016 webpage and click on the t-shirt link.  Your Officers and Sponsors would like to see ALL seniors in their class t-shirt for the upcoming pep rally next Friday, January 29th.  Don't delay!  Get your T-shirt ordered today!  We will deliver them in time for the pep rally!  Let Your BLUE shine through!!

 

Attention all Spanish Honor Society Members. We will be meeting this Friday during A Block of lunch in LGI 4310 to discuss T shirts and our next service project."

 

Mustang basketball… We need you in full force and the gym rockin’. Please spread the word and know you truly do make a difference in the stands.   See you at the Game. Bring the noise and wear your blue.

 

This week……the cafeteria outpost will be open at 6:50 am to 7:20 am.

 

Tomorrow, Kingwood Students for Life is encouraging students to wear black in mourning of the over 57 million lives lost to abortion since 1973.

 

Last call for the July trip to Germany, Switzerland, and Austria! For more information, attend a meeting next Tuesday, Jan 26 at 6:30 PM in the library. February 8 is the deadline for sign up. See Mrs. Schilling or Ms. Lard for more details.

 

Senior Class, remember to sell popcorn to help fund prom and Senior Picnic! All checks should be made out to "KHS" and sales officially end on Friday January 22nd.  Collection of fund raising forms will be during lunch near the greeter's desk Friday, Monday, and Tuesday. Don't forget to get in those last minute sales and to turn in those forms!

 

Wednesday night Mustang Wrestlers competed here at KHS in a dual meet against Strake Jesuit.  Mustangs recognized 3 seniors on team, while each won their match. Along with our seniors, the team defeated Strake Jesuit 41-40.  Mustangs will be competing in Hurricane Classic Tournament at Klein Collins HS this Friday and Saturday.  Wrestling meet is set to start at 4;30 on Friday and 9am on Saturday.  Go Mustangs!!  

 

All DECA members need to meet today (Monday) A lunch, room 4704

 

Congratulations to the Men's Soccer team as they went undefeated this weekend in the Governor's Cup with 2-0 wins over Highland Park and San Antonio Jefferson and then tying last year's state runner-up in Georgetown East View by a score of 1-1.

 

This Friday, we take on Friendswood at Turner Stadium. Kickoff is at 7:00 with the JV taking the field at 5:00.  Both games will be broadcasted live on TexanLive.com as well.  

Come on out and show your support!

 

Wednesday, January 20

Criminal Justice Club participated in the Texas Public Service Association East Regional Competition this past weekend.

 

Connor Luna, Brittany Gautier, Amanda Andaluz, CJ Cristobal, Klaudia Golik, and Quentin Cossum-SWAT Team- 3rd Place

 

Maia Rubiano-Misdemeanor Traffic Stop -3rd Place

 

Amanda Andaluz, Brittany Gautier, Lauren Mavrinac, and Christina Visciotti- Brain Bowl -1st Place

 

Aleta Wilkerson and Destiny Rose-Criminal Case Analysis-1st Place

 

Destiny Rose-Court Opening Statement -2nd Place

Aleta Wilkerson-Court Closing Argument- 1st Place

John Cassidy- Inmate Processing-2nd Place

Connor Luna-Male Obstacle Course-3rd Place

Lauren Mavrinac-Female Obstacle Course-1st Place

 

There will be a drama club meeting this Thursday during A block of lunch in the theatre. We hope to see you there!

 

Attention Seniors:

 The class of 2016 "Shock and Awe" t-shirts are available for order online.  If you have NOT purchased a shirt already, go to the Class of 2016 webpage and click on the t-shirt link.

 Your Officers and Sponsors would like to see ALL seniors in their class t-shirt for the upcoming pep rally next Friday, January 29th.

 Don't delay!  Get your T-shirt ordered today!  We will deliver them in time for the pep rally!

 Let Your BLUE shine through!!

 

"Attention all Spanish Honor Society Members. We will be meeting this Friday during A Block of lunch in LGI 4310 to discuss T shirts and our next service project."

 

 

The Mustang Basketballers defeated College Park last night 49 to 48 on the road to bring their record to 4 and 1 in district play. The Mustangs were lead by point guard Brandon Burrell with 13 points, Mitchell Clouse with 11 points.

Great job Mustangs.

 

I want to thank you students for the great support and atmosphere you brang to the game Friday night, that was awesome and fun. Your energy helped push the Mustangs throughout the game.

 

This brings us to the show down Friday Night. We need you guys in full force verses the Woodlands Highlanders who are tied in district at 4 and 1 with the Mustangs. We need you in full force and the gym rockin. Please spread the word and know you truly do make a difference in the stands.

See you at the Game. Bring the noise and wear your blue..

 

This week……the cafeteria outpost will be open at 6:50 am to 7:20 am.

Friday, January 15th

Seniors:  remember to sell popcorn to help fund prom and Senior Picnic! All checks should be made out to "KHS" and sales are due on Friday January 22nd. Additionally, remember to vote for prom themes on the class of 2016 website. Voting ends on Tuesday.

 

Spanish club members and friends:  There is a mandatory meeting this Friday for students attending the trip to Galveston on Saturday January 23rd.  You will need to bring $5.00 to reserve a spot on the bus.  We plan to leave at 1:00 p.m.  Please come by Friday during B lunch to room 4304.

 

Key Club meets today in B-lunch in LGI 2210.

 

Project Grad has a fundraiser on Monday’s School Holiday. 11-6pm at Orange Leaf. 15% of proceeds goes to Project Grad.   Follow Project Grad on Twitter to get all the latest news @khspgrad .

 

"UNICEF Club Meets today, A-Block, room 2308. The topic is how to fight human trafficking.

 

The inline hockey team won their game last night with a score of 4 to 2.  Ryan Mullen, Dylan Linette, Eric Linette, and Sammy Lerman.   The hockey club will meet on Tuesday at B lunch in room 2016. New season starts soon.

 

Huge boys basketball game tonight against Atascocita.  The two undefeated district teams going against each other. We would like everyone in the gym to wear your navy Blue. We need everyone their LOUD and PROUD. Where Blue and let it shine through.  Any remaining tickets are at the district athletic office from 8am-3pm today.  IF tickets remain then they will go on sale at Kingwood HS at 3:30pm.

 

Thursday, January 14th

There is a mandatory meeting this Friday for students attending the trip to Galveston on Saturday January 23rd.  You will need to bring $5.00 to reserve a spot on the bus.  We plan to leave at 1:00 p.m.  Please come by Friday during B lunch to room 4304.

 

Key Club will have its first meeting of the semester tomorrow during B-lunch in LGI 2210.

 

 Seniors:   Order your Cap and Gown for Graduation.  Pick up a Rush Order Form in House office 2400 or check the Class of 2016 website.  Also seniors, you can design the Project Grad T-shirt.  Stop by the 4100 office for details.

 

Chemistry club offers tutoring to chemistry classes every Thursday in A-block of lunch in 2002.

 

The Fillies sponsored “Bike Through the Forest Bike Ride” is Saturday.  Riders can register on the Fillies website at kingwoodfillies.net.

 

Project Grad has a fundraiser on Monday’s School Holiday. 11-6pm at Orange Leaf. 15% of proceeds goes to Project Grad.   Follow Project Grad on Twitter to get all the latest news @khspgrad .

 

"UNICEF Club Meets Friday, A-Block, room 2308. We will be discussing the problem of human trafficking, and how we can help in the fight against it.

 

Huge boys basketball game tomorrow. KHS vs Atascocita.  The two undefeated district teams going against each other. We would like everyone in the gym to wear your navy Blue. We need everyone their LOUD and PROUD. Where Blue and let it shine through.  Get your tickets at lunch by today because they might not be available at the door.

 

 

Wednesday, January 13th

Seniors:        If you have not ordered your Cap and Gown for Graduation, you must do so by January 29th.  Pick up a Rush Order Form in House office 2400 or check the Class of 2016 website.  Also seniors, you can design the Project Grad T-shirt.  Stop by the 4100 office for details.

 

Hearthstone Club canned food drive tournament is today in Mr Ripps room 4000.

 

Chemistry club offers tutoring to chemistry classes every Thursday in A-block of lunch in 2002.

 

The Fillies are sponsoring the annual “Bike Through the Forest Bike Ride” on Saturday, January 23rd. this is a recommended training ride for those preparing for the BP MS150 in April.  Riders can register on the Fillies website at kingwoodfillies.net.

 

HOSA members!  We will have a meeting this Thursday @ 8:30 am in the Auditorium.

 

"If you are interested in learning more about disc golf, grab your lunch and come to the disc golf club meeting today during A block in room 2104. We look forward to seeing you."

 

Project Grad has a fundraiser on Monday’s School Holiday. 11-6pm at Orange Leaf. 15% of proceeds goes to Project Grad.   Follow Project Grad on Twitter to get all the latest news @khspgrad .

 

"UNICEF Club Meeting Friday, A-Block, room 2308. We will be discussing the problem of human trafficking, and how we can help in the fight against it. See you there!"

 

The Mustang Basketball team defeated Conroe last night 57 to 52. That win extends their win streak to 9 games and more importantly their district record to 3 and 0. The team was lead by Deven gould with 18 pts, Mitchell Clouse with 11, Dalton Lynch with 9, and Brandon Burrell with 8. Great job Mustangs.  Now this brings us to the big showdown Friday night versus the 2 undefeated district teams. We would like everyone in the gym to wear your navy Blue. We need everyone their LOUD and PROUD. Where Blue and let it shine through.  Get your tickets at lunch by tomorrow or they might be gone.   See you at the game, Good luck Mustangs

 

 

Tuesday, January 12th

This weekend Kingwood FFA had their annual Progress Show. We are so proud of all of our students. A few of the results are as followed:

 

Lambs

1st-Anna Larson and 2nd-Abby Pernik

 

Goats

2nd-Kira Steinhilber,  3rd-Skye Johnson, and 4th-Cassidy Bryce and Payton Daniel

 

Steers

3rd-Mackenzie Sims and 4th-Caitlin Toomey and Jessica Ivey

 

Pigs

1st-Justin Nater, Aaron Cruseturner and Caroline Hearn

3rd-Austin Sheapardson and Emily Verret

4th-Todd Nolte and Kalen Boylston

5th -Caitlin Knight and Haley O'Briend

 Grand Champion Pig went to Caroline Hearn.

 

We are so proud of our students and wish them the best at the Humble Livestock Show in February.

 

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This past weekend your Lady Mustang Soccer varsity team opened their season up and traveled to Fort Worth to take part in one of the most elite high school soccer tournaments in the state…the National Elite Prep Showcase.  The Lady Mustangs played really well all weekend (4 games) despite quite a few injuries.  The Lady Mustangs have opened the season with one win, two ties, and one loss.  For more details on the games, check out the Lady Mustangs Soccer website.  Varsity and JV Blue will be in another elite tournament this weekend, the I-10 shootout beginning Thursday.  JV White has a game tonight at The Woodlands.

 

DECA competitors meet in Room 4704 A lunch.

 

Boys Basketball plays State-Ranked Atascocita on Friday at KHS.  This game will attract more than just the usual rival game.  Tickets will be limited and will go on sale at lunch all week until Thursday when the district will take them back for sale at the door.  So buy your basketball tickets at lunch.

 

Library hours for OPEN LIBRARY and NHS tutoring tonight are now  6 PM to 8 PM

 

Service Learning Club will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Seniors:        If you have not ordered your Cap and Gown for Graduation, you must do so by January 29th.  Pick up a Rush Order Form in House office 2400 or check the Class of 2016 website.

 

Wednesday, the Hearthstone Club hosts a can good drive for HAAM. Tournament Entry is 3 cans of non-perishable food.  First place will receive a 15 dollar itunes gift card. Come down to Mr. Ripps classroom in room 4000 on Wednesday to help feed the homeless and needy!

 

Chemistry club offers tutoring to chemistry classes every Thursday in A-block of lunch in 2002.

 

Seniors!   It is time to break out your creative side and design the Project Graduation T-Shirt!

See Ms. Wilkinson in 4100 for a copy of the rules! Entry dead line is February 19!

 

The Fillies are sponsoring the annual “Bike Through the Forest Bike Ride” on  Saturday, January 23rd. this is a recommended training ride for those preparing for the BP MS150 in April.  Riders can register on the Fillies website at kingwoodfillies.net.

 

HOSA members!  We will have a meeting this Thursday @ 8:30 am in the Auditorium.

 

Project Grad has a fundraiser on Monday’s School Holiday. 11-6pm at Orange Leaf. 15% of proceeds goes to Project Grad.   Follow Project Grad on Twitter to get all the latest news @khspgrad .

 

"UNICEF Club Meeting Friday, A-Block, room 2308. We will be discussing the problem of human trafficking, and how we can help in the fight against it. See you there!"

 

 

Monday, January 11th

Friday, January 8th

Thursday Announcements, Jan. 7th

This announcement is from our cafeteria staff:   Starting this Monday the Outpost near the athletic area will be open for convenience breakfast from 6:50 am to 7:20 am.  They will serve drinks, snacks, fresh fruit and package breakfast items will be sold a la cart only.  Again, the Outpost in the concessions area by the gyms will begin serving breakfast on Monday.

 

Attention National Art Honor Society members, our first meeting of the semester will be on Monday, January 11th, during A-block. Please try to be on time so you can receive important information on various NAHS events. See you all on Monday!

 

On Wednesday the 13th, the Hearthstone Club will be hosting a can goods drive with all proceeds going to HAAM. Entry to the tournament will cost 3 cans of non-perishable food. First place will receive a 15 dollar itunes gift card. Come down to Mr. Ripps classroom in room 4000 on Wednesday to help feed the homeless and needy!

 

Congratulations to Carson Crane and Matthew Daily for advancing to state in UIL policy debate.

 

The chemistry club is offering tutoring to chemistry classes every Thursday in A-block of lunch.  Chemistry tutoring  will be in Mrs. Ray's classroom (2002)…and that’s every Thursday in A-lunch.

 

 Kingwood Students for Life is a pro-life club starting this semester. We strive to provide students a safe atmosphere for open dialogue about abortion, no matter what their perspective is. We will have our first meeting this Friday, January 8, during A block of lunch in Room 4113 (Mr. Wolf's room). We hope to see you there!

 

CALLING ALL FRESHMAN

 The Freshman Class of 2019 will be having a day of service at the Houston Food Bank this Friday.  Wear your class of 2019 t-shirts.  T-shirts will be sold during lunch today for $10.00

 

 

Wednesday, January 6th

The Psyched for Psychology club meets today during B block lunch.  Anyone interested should bring their lunch and come ready with ideas for Spring semester activities.  Drinks and desert will be provided.  See Mrs. Sano in room 2109 for more information.

 

DECA competitors meet in Room 4704 "A" Block lunch today for information regarding the Online test that you will take on Monday, Jan 11th in the Library after school.

 

Kingwood Students for Life is a pro-life club starting this semester. We strive to provide students a safe atmosphere for open dialogue about abortion, no matter what their perspective is. We will have our first meeting this Friday, January 8, during A block of lunch in Room 4113 (Mr. Wolf's room). We hope to see you there!

 

"Are you interested in Disc Golf? Come to Room 2104 today during A block to learn more about it!"

 

CALLING ALL FRESHMAN CLASS OF 2019!!!

 

The Freshman Class of 2019 will be having a day of service at the Houston Food Bank this Friday.  Wear your class of 2019 t-shirts.  T-shirts will be sold during lunch on Wednesday and Thursday for $10.00

 

Dec 8

Key Club has a toy drive going on. Donations are due Friday at the box by the greeters desk.

 

The library is closed this week during the school day for testing. We will be open before and after school as usual, and Tuesday evening 7:00-9:00.

Please pay all library fines by Friday in order to exempt finals. Books may be checked out over the holiday break, but fines must be cleared.

 

We will have a One Day Blood Drive Wednesday.  .

 

Stop by the special ed department Holiday market on the lower level.

Make plans now for the annual KHS VS KPARK Best Buddies basketball game this Wednesday!

 

GIVE THE GIFT OF READING BY PARTICIPATING IN THE CHILDREN'S BOOK DRIVE.

 

Service Learning is collecting preschool books for Small Steps Nurturing .  We appreciate any donations of new or gently used preschool books that can be brought to Mrs. Otsuka's or Mrs. Sano's room as well as the front foyer.

 

Our meeting is this Tuesday in room 4304 during B lunch and all are welcomed.  Please bring $10.00 if you are interested in purchasing a t-shirt.

 

Time is running out to get your Stacey's Sweets cookies for $5 a bag. They will be available on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday this week only at the Sports Common patio and at the Titanic Stairs. DECA appreciates your support!

 

 

Nov 19

Tryouts for the KHS boys and girls soccer teams are the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday after Thanksgiving break.  To tryout you must have a physical on file in the trainers office.  If you have questions, girls see Coach Holcomb and boys see Coach Jennings.

 

To celebrate the launch of the Hearthstone Club we will be hosting our first ever tournament! First place will receive a $10 iTunes gift card. It will be held in room 4000 throughout lunch this Friday. Anyone and everyone are welcome!

 

The French Club pot luck luncheon is Friday.  Bring something to share and don't forget your Secret Santa form.

 

Spanish Honor Society is collecting canned goods. Each member must donate 2 or more canned items to the table during lunch today. We also have a meeting Friday at lunch.

 

The National Art Honor Society is collecting new art supplies for needy children now through December 18th. Donated supplies can be delivered to rooms 2803, 2808, or the donation box near the greeter's desk. Thank you

 

The KHS Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance is collecting canned goods and toiletries for vulnerable LGBTQ-plus youth with nowhere to go because of abusive home situations.  Donations go to the Montrose Center Holiday Drive.  Drop your donations in room 2307 any time between now and winter break

 

A Beach Volleyball Tournament will take place during lunch in December, winning teams will take home giftcards as prizes! $25 per team, up to 6 members in each team. Sign up during lunch or in Ms. Flower's room in the 4100s!"

 

The FFA is sponsoring a book Drive for Child protective services in all fifth period classes. You can bring in any kind of book Fiction or non-Fiction. The fifth period class that donates the most books will win a Pizza party the week after thanksgiving break. Please focus on books for small children.

 

KEY club will be meeting this Friday during B-lunch in LGI 2310.

Key Club is sponsoring a canned food drive. Drop off your canned or packaged goods to the box by the Greeter’s desk.

 

Project graduation has a meal night tonight at Skeeter’s and Friday night at Jason’s Deli.  Get the Skeeter’s flier on the KHS website.

 

Student Council and Construction Trades are teaming together to bring the Human Foosball tournament to KHS!  See the KHS website for the link to add your team to the tournament.

 

Nov 17

The library will not be open this evening for NHS tutoring or open library.  Again, the library is closed tonight.

 

"Attention all Spanish Honor Society members! We are collecting canned

goods to donate to HAAM. Each member must donate a minimum of 2 canned

items. There will be a table set up for you to turn them in during the

lunches of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. We will also be having another

meeting this Friday during lunch."

 

"Miss summer already? Well you can compete, play, and have fun at the Beach Volleyball Tournament! It will take place during lunch in December, winning teams will take home giftcards as prizes! $25 per team, up to 6 members in each team. Sign up during lunch or in Ms. Flower's room in the 4100s!"

 

The FFA is sponsoring a book Drive for Child protective services in all fifth period classes. You can bring in any kind of book Fiction or non-Fiction. The fifth period class that donates the most books will win a Pizza party the week after thanksgiving break. Please focus on books for small children.

 

Key Club is sponsoring a canned food drive. Drop off your canned or packaged goods to the box by the Greeter’s desk.

 

Service Learning will meet today in room 4304 during B lunch.  Please bring $10.00 to order your t-shirt.

 

“Every year, hundreds of LGBTQ-plus youth are left with nowhere to go because of abusive family situations. Help the KHS Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance provide for vulnerable members of our community by donating canned goods or toiletries to our Montrose Center Holiday Drive in room 2307 any time between now and winter break.”

 

Interested in playing RUGBY? Please come to the Kingwood Rugby Club parent and player meeting tonight. All interested boys and girls are invited to attend with their parents. The meeting will be at KHS at 7pm, in LGI Room 2210.

 

Project graduation has a meal night Thursday night at Skeeter’s and Friday night at Jason’s Deli.  Mention KHS project graduation when you order.  Get the Skeeter’s flier on the KHS website.

 

What’s going on in the middle of the commons?  That’s the Human-sized Foosball game.  Student Council and Construction Trades are teaming together to bring the Human Foosball tournament to KHS!  See the KHS website for the link to add your team to the tournament.

 

Basketball Fans-- Tonight is the season opener for the Kingwood Mustangs vs Westfield. We need you there, "The Corner"  loud and proud. Game time --7:00 Be there, bring a buddy and bring the noise.  Catch You at the Game

 

Nov 10

Tomorrow is Veteran’s Day where the nation honors the men and women who have served in our armed forces.  Those of you here last year will recall the ceremony played out all day in the Commons.  We will be repeating this ceremony that depicts the Honor Guard marching at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.   There will be a presentation in the morning and throughout the day.  We will have visitors from other schools and the media.  Classes are invited to come down to witness the ceremony.  If you are present for this, or during passing periods, please be observant and respectful as you pass by.

 

 

Football will take on Westfield this Friday night at Turner stadium in round one of the playoffs.

 

KHS Theatre’s production of Neil Simon's comedy, Rumors, is this Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday the 16th at 7:30 P.M.  This play will have you laughing until you cry. Tickets can be purchased for $10 at kingwoodtheatre.com, in the box office during lunch the week of the performance, or at the door.

 

The season for giving thanks is here! Help Key Club in giving back to the community by participating in our canned food drive. Drop off your canned or packaged goods to the box by the Greeter’s desk starting Monday. Members, you can earn drive points for participating!

 

Seniors - Very important!! Jostens will be at our campus today and Wednesday lunch to take your cap & gown orders.  $80 down payment is required to place your order.  Don't miss this important event!!!!

 

"Speak Jesus Club has moved to Tuesday during B Lunch in room 3015.  Come to hang out in a God centered atmosphere and get recharged.  All are welcome and accepted.

 

Service Learning will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

 

Happy Birthday to the Marine Corps.

 

Nov 3

The Annual Choir Pop Show is this Friday and Saturday at 7pm at KHS.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. They will be on sale at lunch this week and at the door.  Go to kingwoodchoir.com for more information.

 

There will be a Best Buddies meeting Wednesday, November 4th, in LGI 2210 during lunch. Bring your lunch with you and hang out with the buddies.

 

Congratulations to Emily Cousins, Sofia Pina, Hannah Pollock, Avary Hartung, Emily Brooks, Katie Acosta, Cameron Arceneaux, Killian Watt, and Zach Cantrell who took part in the second round of the region choir auditions and have advanced to pre-area.

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Yesterday, Kingwood FFA participated in the District Leadership Development Events and here's how we placed:

 

7th Greenhand Creed Speaking

6th Sr. Creed Speaking

4th Radio Broadcasting

 

Advancing to Area on November 21 will be:

2nd place Senior Quiz

2nd place Job Interview

1st place Junior Quiz

1st place Ag Issues

and both 1st place teams in Ag Skills.

 

Congratulations to everyone for their hard work and dedication. Good luck at Area.

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The Service club luncheon and membership kickoff will begin at A lunch today in room 4304.

 

Also, Best Buddies is having a spirit night fund raiser at Panera Bread on Wednesday, November 4th. Come have dinner and help support Best Buddies.

 

Today is day two of Key Week! Today, show appreciation for all the Key Club supporters that you know by writing them a thank you note or simply thanking them in person. Kudos to the Key Players!

 

The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance has a spirit night at Papa Murphy’s on Thursday.  Come by and pick up a take and bake pizza for equality!"

 

ATTENTION SENIORS: Check College Ap Deadlines. Many fall deadlines for applications are fast approaching… Be sure to check the website of your preferred school for deadline details.

 

October 28th

Attention French 3 symposium students -- French 3 students only.

We have a meeting today in "B" block -- please be punctual.

 

The Psyched for Psychology Club meets today during B block lunch in room 2109.  Please plan on coming and making preparations for our guest speaker next week.  Students interested in the club should come as well.

 

National Art Honor Society will have a quick meeting this Friday during A-block! Our field trip is next Tuesday and permission slips need to be turned in on Friday as well. Grades and attendance will also be checked at this time.

 

Attention HOSA members!  If you want to attend HOSA day with the rockets please stop by Ms. Lard or Mrs. Berude's classroom to pick up a form.  Today is the deadline to turn them in.

 

Come to the Ambassador Club BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin) Decorating Contest Friday just outside the Sports Commons!

 Bring a pumpkin and come decorate it during A and B lunch!  Decorating supplies will be provided and prizes will be awarded for the top 3 pumpkins.  Pumpkins will be judged at the end of B lunch by Dr. Reidlinger and the winner announced on Monday! Come celebrate the spooky with us!

And right next door to that, the chem club would like to invite students during lunch to the sports commons for a pumpkin explosion party featuring elephant toothpaste and other chemical experiments.

 

"Join UNICEF Club this Friday in room 2308 to discuss the devastating effects of Hurricane Patricia, the strongest landfalling hurricane in the Western Hemisphere on record."

 

KEY Club is still collecting donations for the animal shelter.  We have a box at the greeter’s desk.

 

The Best Buddies Halloween Party is tonight in LGI 2210 from 6:00 to 8:00. There will be food, drinks, music, and games. Come dressed up in your favorite costume. Any questions see Emily Sienkowski or Mr. Loflin in room 1013.

 

Last chance to sign up for the Washington D.C. trip over Spring Break. There is a mandatory meeting in room 2113 on Thursday during A Block.  You must speak to Mr. Henry THIS WEEK if you are interesting in going.

 

“The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a spirit night at Kingwood Papa Murphy’s next Thursday, November 5th! Come by and pick up a take and bake pizza for equality!"

 

Monday the Psychology club hosts Lyndsay Fountain from Texas A&M who will be demonstrating the Psychology of service therapy dogs.

Everyone is welcome to bring their lunch and join us for this special presentation.  Meet current therapy dog "Albus" and learn about this wonderful program that helps many people who suffer from various disorders.  We will meet promptly at the beginning of one lunch in LGI 2210 on Monday.

 

Camelbaks are on sale all week at lunch.  $15 while the supplies last.

 

 

October 27th

The Lady Mustang Cross Country Team dominated the Region II Meet in Arlington yesterday defeating second place by 34 points.  Abby Guidry led the team with a second place finish closely followed by Erin Gallagher who finished third.  Olivia Thompson finished 7th, Mckenzie Clark finished 10th, Amy Berg finished 14th, Jasmine Amo finished 20th and Jessica Hergott finished 32nd.  Way to go, ladies and good luck at the State Meet next week.

 

Attention HOSA members!  If you want to attend HOSA day with the rockets please stop by Ms. Lard or Mrs. Berude's classroom to pick up a form.  Tomorrow is the deadline to turn them in.

 

Come to the Ambassador Club BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin) Decorating Contest Friday just outside the Sports Commons!

 Bring a pumpkin and come decorate it during A and B lunch!  Decorating supplies will be provided and prizes will be awarded for the top 3 pumpkins.  Pumpkins will be judged at the end of B lunch by Dr. Reidlinger and the winner announced on Monday! Come celebrate the spooky with us!

 

"Join UNICEF Club this Friday in room 2308 to discuss the devastating effects of Hurricane Patricia, the strongest landfalling hurricane in the Western Hemisphere on record."

 

KEY Club is still collecting donations for the animal shelter.  We have a box at the greeter’s desk.

 

The Best Buddies Halloween Party is tomorrow in LGI 2210 from 6:00 to 8:00. There will be food, drinks, music, and games. Come dressed up in your favorite costume. Any questions see Emily Sienkowski or Mr. Loflin in room 1013.

 

Last chance to sign up for the Washington D.C. trip over Spring Break. There is a mandatory meeting in room 2113 on Thursday during A Block.  You must speak to Mr. Henry THIS WEEK if you are interesting in going.

 

“The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Alliance will be holding a spirit night at Kingwood Papa Murphy’s next Thursday, November 5th! Come by and pick up a take and bake pizza for equality!"

 

All students are welcomed to attend the meeting today for the Service Learning club during B lunch.

We need everyones input for our membership drive and to plan our luncheon for next Tuesday.

 

Mark your calendars for Monday November 2nd when the Psychology club hosts Ms. Lyndsay Fountain from Texas A&M who will be presenting and demonstrating the Psychology of service therapy dogs.

All psychology students and any other interested person is welcome to bring their lunch and join us for this special presentation.  Meet her current therapy dog "Albus" and learn about this wonderful program that helps many people who suffer from various disorders.  We will meet promptly at the beginning of one lunch in LGI 2210 on Monday November 2nd.  Please join us!

 

 

October 20

This Wednesday at Fuddruckers is a KHS spirit night to help the Senior Class. Any time after school until closing KHS will receive a portion of proceeds that will go towards Senior Year activities. Whether you are dining in or carrying out, say you are from Kingwood High school.  That’s next Wednesday, Oct 21st.

 

Seniors:  Fundraiser items must be picked up on Thursday after school. Items that are not picked up will immediately be thrown away.  Please talk to Mrs Sano or Mr Calhoun If you have any problems. Any items that were ordered through the fundraiser MUST be picked up October 22, behind the school near auto shop.

 

Service Learning club will meet today during B lunch in room 4304.

All interested students are welcomed.

 

The Kingwood High School Varsity Tennis team upset 2nd seeded Montgomery on Friday by the score of 11-8 in first round playoff action. The Varsity team will look to continue its playoff run on Tuesday at The Woodlands.

 

KINGWOOD GYMNASTICS has a car wash this Saturday at the Atascocita Chick Fil A from 10am - 2pm

 

"The deadline for UNICEF dues is this Friday! Please speak with your club officers if you have any questions. Checks can be made out to KHS UNICEF. Stop by room 2308 this Friday to drop off your dues and pick up a club t-shirt. Again, that's UNICEF. Dues. This Friday. Room 2308."

 

Suddenlink has a Video contest on Cyberbullying, check it out on the posters or on the easel display today.

 

It's breast cancer awareness month, get your pink from a French Club representative: ribbons and t-shirts on sale now.

 

KEY Club is collecting donations to benefit Volunteers for Animal Protection, a local non-profit no-kill animal shelter. We’ll take pet food and other small animals supplies.  We have a box at the greeter’s desk, or you can turn them in directly to Mr. Calhoun's room (2306).

 

DECA members, meet in Room 4704 Thursday after school for DECA pumpkin carving social and member initiation.

October 19:

Wednesday, October 21 at Fuddruckers is a KHS spirit night to help the Senior Class. Any time after school until closing KHS will receive a portion of proceeds that will go towards Senior Year activities. Whether you are dining in or carrying out, say you are from Kingwood High school.  That’s next Wednesday, Oct 21st.

 Seniors:  Fundraiser items must be picked up on Thursday after school. Items that are not picked up will immediately be thrown away.  Please talk to Mrs Sano or Mr Calhoun If you have any problems. Any items that were ordered through the fundraiser MUST be picked up October 22, behind the school near auto shop.

 Congratulations to Connor Smith and Gaurav Gawankar for placing 1st at the Bellaire TFA tournament...this tournament also earned them a National bid to the Tournament of Champions in Kentucky!

Ingrid Pina placed 5th in Dramatic Interpretation earning her a National Individual Events Tournament of Champions bid!

 

The Girls Cross Country Team dominated the District Meet Last week starting with the Varsity Girls race.  Abby Guidry led the Varsity Girls with a first place finish, followed by Erin Gallagher 2nd, Olivia Thompson 4th, Amy Berg 5th, Jasmine Amo 6th, Jessica Hergott 8th, and McKenzie Clark 9th.  The Varsity Team defeated the second place Woodlands team by 33 points.  In the JV Division, Sarah Antrich finished 1st, followed by Kendall VanNatter 3rd, Brianna Nolen 4th, Megan Eichler 7th, and Payton VanNatter 10th.  The JV Mustangs defeated the second place Woodlands by 13 points.  In the Open Race, Colleen Averill and Sarah Mascardo dominated the field with a 1-2 finish.  They were followed by Tatjana Mense 10th, Kayla Russell 12th, and Emma Torres 14th.  Way to go, ladies!!!

 

"The deadline for UNICEF dues is this Friday! Please speak with your club officers if you have any questions. Checks can be made out to KHS UNICEF. Stop by room 2308 this Friday to drop off your dues and pick up a club t-shirt. Again, that's UNICEF. Dues. This Friday. Room 2308."

 Suddenlink has a Video contest on Cyberbullying, check it out on the posters or on the easel display today.

 

It's breast cancer awareness month, get your pink from a French Club representative: ribbons and t-shirts on sale now.

 

KEY Club is collecting donations to benefit Volunteers for Animal Protection, a local non-profit no-kill animal shelter. Supplies needed include: dog or cat food (both canned and dry), dog toys, and household cleaning supplies (especially hand towels). Members, can earn your drive points through your donations. If you are not a member, but you would like to give to a good cause feel free to participate. There will be a box at the front of the school to place your donations, or you can turn them in directly to Mr. Calhoun's room (2306).