Tutoring schedule:

Monday: Forest, Adams  

Tuesday: Taylor, Nowlin, Skryzypczak, Craig

Thursday: Dorsey, Spencer, Basinger, Hunter

Tuesday, April 24 bulletin

Students - Stop by the Paws-N-Shop and check out the 50 Cent snack box.

There will be a senior meeting 1st hour Wednesday April 25th in the cafeteria.  Graduation information will be discussed with Mrs. Morris so you need to make sure to attend.  

Student Senate would like to host a HOPE week during the week of prom. Each day will have a specific color for students to dress up in to show support with the appropriate awareness dedicated to it (eating disorders, suicide, depression, abuse, etc.) Each morning a statistic or example of what we can do to help others will be read in the announcements.

Throughout the week students will be encouraged to do something to help others whether that be offer a hand or give a compliment. Students will be encouraged to use #BeThe1to throughout the week. This hashtag was created by the National Suicide Prevention Awareness group. It encourages people to be the one to know the signs, find the words, reach out, and direct change.

Tuesday: Anti-Bullying-Teal

Challenge

·         Compliment a stranger

·         Bring a small gift to a friend or stranger

·         Text out appreciation text messages

 “Each of us deserves the freedom to pursue our own version of happiness. Nobody deserves to be bullied.” -Barack Obama

Monday, April 23 bulletin

There will be a senior meeting 1st hour Wednesday April 25th in the cafeteria.  Graduation information will be discussed with Mrs. Morris so you need to make sure to attend.  

Student Senate would like to host a HOPE week during the week of prom. Each day will have a specific color for students to dress up in to show support with the appropriate awareness dedicated to it (eating disorders, suicide, depression, abuse, etc.) Each morning a statistic or example of what we can do to help others will be read in the announcements.

Throughout the week students will be encouraged to do something to help others whether that be offer a hand or give a compliment. Students will be encouraged to use #BeThe1to throughout the week. This hashtag was created by the National Suicide Prevention Awareness group. It encourages people to be the one to know the signs, find the words, reach out, and direct change.

Monday: Eating Disorder Awareness

“Get off the scale! I have yet to see a scale that can tell you how enchanting your eyes are. I have yet to see a scale that can show you how wonderful your hair looks when the sun shines its glorious rays on it. I have yet to see a scale that can thank you for your compassion, sense of humor, and contagious smile. Get off the scale because I have yet to see one that can admire you for your perseverance when challenged in life.”– Steve Maraboli

-take the day to not complain

-be someone's cheerleader

- encourage someone to try something new

-offer someone help on a project

 

Tuesday: Anti-Bullying-Teal

Challenge

·         Compliment a stranger

·         Bring a small gift to a friend or stranger

·         Text out appreciation text messages

 

“Each of us deserves the freedom to pursue our own version of happiness. Nobody deserves to be bullied.” -Barack Obama

Tuesday, April 17 bulletin

As the weather begins to warm, this is a reminder to revisit the dress code which is in your Student Handbook.  Special concerns seem to be shorts and tanks.  Regardless of the type of shorts, all shorts need to be approximately fingertip length.  This includes athletic shorts.  Tanks must have straps that are at least two finger widths.  Tanks with enlarged armholes are not allowed.  Thank you for your cooperation in maintaining a professional learning environment.

The baseball team will be playing Lexington at Community America Ballpark in Kansas City Kansas on Friday, April 20th. We will be providing a Pep bus for anybody who wants to go. There must be at least 20 students sign up in order for there to even be a pep bus. You can sign up in the office and buy a ticket from one of the players. If 20 students sign up, the bus will depart from the HS on Friday, April 20th at 3:25.

Join the counselors and the MFLC counselor for a stress reduction session each Monday during Panther Hour. Meet in the conference room across from the counselors' offices.

Don't forget to sign up to give blood on April 20.  You can make a difference in this world.  Step up and give.  Sign up is in Mrs. Allen's room, 104.

30 days! You have 30 days to purchase your yearbook for 2018.  Students not purchasing a book by May 14 may still be able to purchase in the fall - if they're available.  You can order yours on Jostens.com or in Room 104.

Seniors attending UCM this fall. An Admissions Representative will be here Thursday morning from 8:20 to 9:00 in the LMC. Please plan to meet with him regarding any questions you may have and information to prepare for this fall.

Juniors and seniors Prom tickets are on sale before and after school. See Mr. Misenhelter to purchase your tickets.  The cost is $20 for a single ticket $35 for couples tickets. The price for couples last until April 23rd, so get your tickets quickly. If you plan on bringing an individual that does not go to Knob Noster High School, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it in to the office.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Monday, April 16 bulletin

The baseball team will be playing Lexington at Community America Ballpark in Kansas City Kansas on Friday, April 20th. We will be providing a Pep bus for anybody who wants to go. There must be at least 20 students sign up in order for there to even be a pep bus. You can sign up in the office and buy a ticket from one of the players. If 20 students sign up, the bus will depart from the HS on Friday, April 20th at 3:25.

Juniors and seniors Prom tickets are on sale before and after school. See Mr. Misenhelter to purchase your tickets.  The cost is $20 for a single ticket $35 for couples tickets. The price for couples last until April 23rd, so get your tickets quickly. If you plan on bringing an individual that does not go to Knob Noster High School, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it in to the office.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Join the counselors and the MFLC counselor for a stress reduction session each Monday during Panther Hour. Meet in the conference room across from the counselors' offices.

Don't forget to sign up to give blood on April 20.  You can make a difference in this world.  Step up and give.  Sign up is in Mrs. Allen's room, 104.

30 days! You have 30 days to purchase your yearbook for 2018.  Students not purchasing a book by May 14 may still be able to purchase in the fall - if they're available.  You can order yours on Jostens.com or in Room 104.

A huge thank you to all the students and faculty who supported the first annual high school book fair.  We raised $150.00 to donate to Children's Mercy Hospital to purchase books for the patients.  In the Cats vs. Dogs challenge, dogs received $33.27 and cats received $3.25, so look for Mr. Easterwood to dress up as a dog later this week!  If you won a silent auction item, be sure to pay for your pet in the library ASAP so you can take it home!  Even though the book fair is over, you can still purchase books online through April 20th.  See Mrs. Wood for information and a $5.00 off coupon.  Thank you again for supporting the library, and keep reading!!!!

 

Thursday, March 22 bulletin

Students, be sure to check your email and vote for your class representative for Student Senate.  Only vote for your grade, follow the directions on the ballot

Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys, it is that time again.  Mr. Panther is just around the corner! Mr. Panther, an annual event hosted by Student Senate, is scheduled for April 26 @ 7:00 in the gym and we welcome your participation!  If you like to dance, laugh, and represent your school in a spirited way, please sign up for Mr. Panther by no later than April 6! The signup sheet for Mr. Panther is located outside of Mr. Basinger's door.

Show Choir Auditions will be Wednesday, April 11th in the Music Room.  See Mr. Logan for an audition packet.

Tuesday, March 20 bulletin

Seniors:  If your photos are not turned in by March 23 (the beginning of Spring Break) you will not be in the senior video. You may drop off pictures at Mrs. Allen's (room 104) or email them to Mrs. Allen.

Attention seniors:  There will be a senior meeting today during 1st shift of panther hour in the gym.  Please report to assigned classes if you are assigned to a class.

Just a reminder: NHS will be collecting clothes for the Panther Attic this Wednesday, March 21th and Friday, March 23rd during Panther Hour. We will be located in the commons. The Panther Attic is especially in need of men's shoes that are in good shape, men's jeans, and t-shirts. Remember, we are keeping track of the academy with the most people donating through the entire donations event.

Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys, it is that time again.  Mr. Panther is just around the corner! Mr. Panther, an annual event hosted by Student Senate, is scheduled for April 26 @ 7:00 in the gym and we welcome your participation!  If you like to dance, laugh, and represent your school in a spirited way, please sign up for Mr. Panther by no later than April 6! The signup sheet for Mr. Panther is located outside of Mr. Basinger's door.

The character word of the month for March is INTEGRITY. Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. Please be watching for students and staff members that displace integrity throughout the rest of the month. Please e-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell if you would like to nominate someone for student or staff of the month for displaying integrity.

Monday, March 19 bulletin

Seniors: The Josten’s representative will be in the cafeteria Monday morning, March 19th at 7:30 to deliver graduation announcements.

Seniors:  If your photos are not turned in by March 23 (the beginning of Spring Break) you will not be in the senior video. You may drop off pictures at Mrs. Allen's (room 104) or email them to Mrs. Allen.

Attention seniors:  There will be a senior meeting Tuesday March 20th during 1st shift of panther hour in the gym.  Please report to assigned classes if you are assigned to a class.

Just a reminder: NHS will be collecting clothes for the Panther Attic on Wednesday, March 21th and Friday, March 23rd during Panther Hour. We will be located in the commons. The Panther Attic is especially in need of men's shoes that are in good shape, men's jeans, and t-shirts. Remember, we are keeping track of the academy with the most people donating through the entire donations event.

Congratulations to the following art student’s whose work was selected for inclusion in the University of Central Missouri High School Competitive Art Exhibition for 2018: Alexis Oloff, Delina Magee, Zoey Hodson, Allie Schnorenberg and Joshua Rougeau. Their award winning artwork will be on display in the UCM Art Center March 26th though April 13th.

 

Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys, it is that time again.  Mr. Panther is just around the corner! Mr. Panther, an annual event hosted by Student Senate, is scheduled for April 26 @ 7:00 in the gym and we welcome your participation!  If you like to dance, laugh, and represent your school in a spirited way, please sign up for Mr. Panther by no later than April 6! The signup sheet for Mr. Panther is located outside of Mr. Basinger's door.

Congratulations to February's students of the month who demonstrated EMPATHY: Makayla Howard, Autumn Coon, Maddi Frazier, and Ciera Burnett. Also, please congratulate Coach Fox who received the faculty/staff of the month.

The character word of the month for March is INTEGRITY. Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. Please be watching for students and staff members that displace integrity throughout the rest of the month. Please e-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell if you would like to nominate someone for student or staff of the month for displaying integrity.

There will be an FTA meeting in the LMC TODAY during 2nd lunch shift.  We will be discussing the upcoming field trip to UCM.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions or cannot make it.

Friday, March 16 bulletin

Yearbooks are selling for $40 through March.  Get yours today in Room 104 or at Jostens.com

Seniors: The Josten’s representative will be in the cafeteria Monday morning, March 19th at 7:30 to deliver graduation announcements.

Seniors:  If your photos are not turned in by March 23 (the beginning of Spring Break) you will not be in the senior video. You may drop off pictures at Mrs. Allen's (room 104) or email them to Mrs. Allen.

The Reader Awards Voting Party is TODAY in the LMC during 1st lunch shift.  If you received an invitation, come to the LMC to vote for your favorite book, enjoy an ice cream sundae bar, and win awesome prizes.  Your invitation is your pass!  If you have questions, see Mrs. Wood.

Attention seniors:  There will be a senior meeting Tuesday March 20th during 1st shift of panther hour in the gym.  Please report to assigned classes if you are assigned to a class.

Just a reminder: NHS will be collecting clothes for the Panther Attic on Wednesday, March 21th and Friday, March 23rd during Panther Hour. We will be located in the commons. The Panther Attic is especially in need of men's shoes that are in good shape, men's jeans, and t-shirts. Remember, we are keeping track of the academy with the most people donating through the entire donations event.

Congratulations to the following art student’s whose work was selected for inclusion in the University of Central Missouri High School Competitive Art Exhibition for 2018: Alexis Oloff, Delina Magee, Zoey Hodson, Allie Schnorenberg and Joshua Rougeau. Their award winning artwork will be on display in the UCM Art Center March 26th though April 13th.

Wednesday, March 14 bulletin

Freshmen, sophomore, juniors!  Run for Student Senate, the student government of KNHS.  Obtain a petition from Mr. Basinger to be placed on the ballot for your grade.  Deadline to turn in petitions is today.  Elections to be held March 21st.

Just a reminder: NHS will be collecting blankets today during Panther Hour. Please drop off new or gently used blankets to the NHS members located in the commons. Remember, we are keeping track of the academy with the most people donating through the entire donations event.

Yearbooks are selling for $40 through March.  Get yours today in Room 104 or at Jostens.com  

Seniors:  At this time only 21 seniors have submitted photos for the video.  If your photos are not turned in by March 23 (the beginning of Spring Break) you will not be in the senior video. You may drop off pictures at Mrs. Allen's (room 104) or email them to Mrs. Allen.

The Readers Awards Voting Party will be Friday in the LMC during 1st lunch shift.  Several students are within 1 book of qualifying for an invitation, so be sure to come to the LMC to check out that final Gateway or Truman nominee.  We have some awesome prizes, so don't miss out on your chance to win a new Kindle Fire and eat ice cream!  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Tuesday, March 13 bulletin

Freshmen, sophomore, juniors!  Run for Student Senate, the student government of KNHS.  Obtain a petition from Mr. Basinger to be placed on the ballot for your grade.  Deadline to turn in petitions is March 14th.  Elections to be held March 21st.

Just a reminder: NHS will be collecting blankets on Wednesday, March 14th during Panther Hour. Please drop off new or gently used blankets to the NHS members located in the commons. Remember, we are keeping track of the academy with the most people donating through the entire donations event.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today Science Mrs. Taylor, English Ms. Nowlin, Social studies Mrs Skryzypczak, Math Mrs. Craig

Thursday, March 8 bulletin

Freshmen, sophomore, juniors!  Run for Student Senate, the student government of KNHS.  Obtain a petition from Mr. Basinger to be placed on the ballot for your grade.  Deadline to turn in petitions is March 14th.  Elections to be held March 21st.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today, Spanish with Ms. Spencer, Band with Mr. Hunter.

Teachers: Please have all students restart their computers this morning.Monday, March 5 bulletin

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today: Science with Mrs. Forest, ELA Ms. Nowlin, and Mr. Adams for PLTW. And Social studies Mr. Basinger.

Freshmen, sophomore, juniors!  Run for Student Senate, the student government of KNHS.  Obtain a petition from Mr. Basinger to be placed on the ballot for your grade.  Deadline to turn in petitions is March 14th.  Elections to be held March 21st.

Thursday, March 1 bulletin

Students please be advised - you will not be allowed to attend or participate in extracurricular activities if you owe money to the school.  This includes any outstanding fines and/or lunch balances.  If you have extenuating circumstances and are not able to pay at this time, please see your counselor so they can help work something out for you.

No tutoring tonight.

New items have been added to the Paws-N-Shop.  If can now find chap stick, bobby pens, hair ties, breath mints, playing cards, pencils and blankets.  So, if you left IT at home, you might be able to find it in the Paws-N-Shop Room 104 or in the lobby. -- Brought to you by the Introduction to Business Class.

Wednesday, February 28 bulletin

Students please be advised - you will not be allowed to attend or participate in extracurricular activities if you owe money to the school.  This includes any outstanding fines and/or lunch balances.  If you have extenuating circumstances and are not able to pay at this time, please see your counselor so they can help work something out for you.

New items have been added to the Paws-N-Shop.  If can now find chap stick, bobby pens, hair ties, breath mints, playing cards, pencils and blankets.  So, if you left IT at home, you might be able to find it in the Paws-N-Shop Room 104 or in the lobby. -- Brought to you by the Introduction to Business Class.

FBL - WHAT??  FBLA is celebrating America Day.  Join us by wearing red, white and blue on Wednesday.  Slushies in the library will be half price in honor of FBLA / America Day.

On Saturday, February 24, many of our Knob Noster Critical Thinking students participated in a competition through Destination Imagination.  Please congratulate our students who never fail to amaze me with their creativity, problem solving, quick thinking, cooperation, and more.  All teams have a central challenge and an instant challenge. Central challenge is planned ahead and instant is on the spot. All challenges have a technical component, a presentation, research, and the requirements that connect them to their actual challenge areas.  All teams must learn work skills such as; time management, financial management, collaboration, creativity, technology skills, and more.

High School - Fine Arts - Daisy Grover, Alexys Grover, Alyssa Elliott, Kelsey Burden, Sam Wilhelm, and Victoria Vann

Central Challenge - First Place

Special Awards - Renaissance Award - This award is offered for exceptional skill in the areas of engineering, design, or performance.   Only one team was awarded a special award during the regional tournament this year and it belongs to our very own Knob Noster team.  If you would like to read the information about our team, please stop by and see Mrs. McKenzie in room 206.

 

Monday, February 26 bulletin

Students please be advised - you will not be allowed to attend or participate in extracurricular activities if you owe money to the school.  This includes any outstanding fines and/or lunch balances.  If you have extenuating circumstances and are not able to pay at this time, please see your counselor so they can help work something out for you.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today: Science with Mrs. Forest, English/Spanish with Ms. Spencer and Mr. Adams for PLTW. Mrs. Dorsey for Biology.  Mrs. Craig for math, Mrs. Skryzypczak for social studies And Mr. Hunter for band.

KNHS Girls Soccer will start practice today at 3:30pm out on the football field. All interested girls are invited to come. Must have current physical on file with the office in order to participate.

Baseball tryouts will start today and will be at the baseball complex from 3:30 - 5:30. Bring a glove, cleats and tennis shoes. Wear pants and a hat!

 

Yearbooks will begin selling for $40 today through April 18th.  After April 18th they will sell for $45.  Get yours today.  You may order online or in Mrs. Allen's Room, room 104.

Seniors:  One page of the yearbook is for Senior Baby Pictures.  If you have not turned in one to Mrs. Allen, do so immediately.

Seniors:  We need your senior video pictures.  You may submit up to four pictures.  You may give us a hard copy or email an electronic copy to nallen@knobnoster.k12.mo.us

FBL-WHAAATTT?  Join FBLA in celebrating America and FBLA day on Wednesday, February 28.  Show us your Red, White and Blue.  FBLA members, wear your FBLA shirt as we will be taking an organization picture at the beginning of the day.

If you just love the Grey crew neck sweatshirts that say Panther Pride, - They are in!! We have a limited supply in Small and Medium sizes.  Get yours today for $25 in Room 104 or when going to lunch.

Friday, February 23 bulletin

Students please be advised - you will not be allowed to attend or participate in extracurricular activities if you owe money to the school.  This includes any outstanding fines and/or lunch balances.  If you have extenuating circumstances and are not able to pay at this time, please see your counselor so they can help work something out for you.

Seniors majoring in Education: see Mr. Maxwell for a copy of the West-Central Missouri Association of School Administrators Scholarship.

KNHS Girls Soccer will start practice February 26th at 3:30pm out on the football field. All interested girls are invited to come. Must have current physical on file with the office in order to participate.

Baseball tryouts will be Monday, the 26th of February at the baseball complex from 3:30 - 5:30. Bring a glove, cleats and tennis shoes. Wear pants and a hat!

 

Yearbooks will begin selling for $40 on Monday through April 18th.  After April 18th they will sell for $45.  Get yours today.  You may order online or in Mrs. Allen's Room, room 104.

Seniors:  One page of the yearbook is for Senior Baby Pictures.  If you have not turned in one to Mrs. Allen, do so immediately.

Seniors:  We need your senior video pictures.  You may submit up to four pictures.  You may give us a hard copy or email an electronic copy to nallen@knobnoster.k12.mo.us

FBL-WHAAATTT?  Join FBLA in celebrating America and FBLA day on Wednesday, February 28.  Show us your Red, White and Blue.  FBLA members, wear your FBLA shirt as we will be taking an organization picture at the beginning of the day.

If you just love the Grey crew neck sweatshirts that say Panther Pride, - They are in!! We have a limited supply in Small and Medium sizes.  Get yours today for $25 in Room 104 or when going to lunch.

Tuesday, February 20 bulletin

The February character word of the month is EMPATHY: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Some examples of empathy are: setting aside your viewpoint to try to understand someone else or validate their perspective, simply listen to someone, or examine your own attitude. Throughout the month of February, please be looking for students and staff that demonstrate empathy. E-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell with those names and an example of why you are nominating them. Let's always be on the lookout and recognize good character in others.

There will be a meeting for girls in grades 9-11 who are interested in playing Volleyball this fall in the gym on Tuesday, February 20th from 11:45 am-12:10 pm.

This is FFA Week and the activities are:

Tuesday- Cowboy Day and Tractor Day

Dress in your best Western wear

Drive your tractor to school

 

Wednesday- Camo and Muddy Truck Day

Support the conservation of our natural resources

Drive your muddy truck to school

 

Thursday- Blue and Gold Day

Wear your FFA colors proudly!

 

To wear hats during FFA Week, students will need to bring in a canned good and receive a sticker.  Canned goods will be taken to the Western Farm Show for the MO/KAN Border War Food Drive on Friday.

There will be a meeting Wednesday, 21 February at 10:55 in the LMC for anyone wanting to play spring golf.

Seniors majoring in Education: see Mr. Maxwell for a copy of the West-Central Missouri Association of School Administrators Scholarship.

The FBLA meeting for today, (Tuesday, February 20) has been canceled.

KNHS Girls Soccer will start practice February 26th at 3:30pm out on the football field. All interested girls are invited to come. Must have current physical on file with the office in order to participate.

The next European Travelers meeting will be today at 3:15 in RM 111. We will be practicing with money, investigating Spain and reviewing fundraising totals! Please make sure to attend this very important meeting!

The LMC will be closed Tuesday and Thursday this week during Panther Hour and the afternoon due to AP testing.

Monday, February 19 bulletin

 The February character word of the month is EMPATHY: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Some examples of empathy are: setting aside your viewpoint to try to understand someone else or validate their perspective, simply listen to someone, or examine your own attitude. Throughout the month of February, please be looking for students and staff that demonstrate empathy. E-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell with those names and an example of why you are nominating them. Let's always be on the lookout and recognize good character in others.

There will be a meeting for girls in grades 9-11 who are interested in playing Volleyball this fall in the gym on Tuesday, February 20th from 11:45 am-12:10 pm.

This is FFA Week and the activities are:

Monday - PJ Day

Dreaming of where FFA could take us!

 

Tuesday- Cowboy Day and Tractor Day

Dress in your best Western wear

Drive your tractor to school

 

Wednesday- Camo and Muddy Truck Day

Support the conservation of our natural resources

Drive your muddy truck to school

 

Thursday- Blue and Gold Day

Wear your FFA colors proudly!

 

To wear hats during FFA Week, students will need to bring in a canned good and receive a sticker.  Canned goods will be taken to the Western Farm Show for the MO/KAN Border War Food Drive on Friday.

Thursday, February 15 bulletin

FCCLA week is February 12-16

·         Thursday- Make an Impact

o    Beach day (dress like it is summer)

o    #FCCLAImpact - Pay it forward, do something nice, find a need, make a difference in someone’s life

There will be a pre-season meeting for Boy's Tennis today at 12:00 in the cafeteria.                 .

Students interested in attending the state wrestling tournament this Friday please sign up in the office.  The bus will leave at approximately 8:00 am and return around 5:00 pm.  Students are responsible for the $9.00 admission fee and lunch.  Come support your state wrestling Panthers!

Any students interested in participating in track see Coach Johnson for an information flyer.

The February character word of the month is EMPATHY: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Some examples of empathy are: setting aside your viewpoint to try to understand someone else or validate their perspective, simply listen to someone, or examine your own attitude. Throughout the month of February, please be looking for students and staff that demonstrate empathy. E-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell with those names and an example of why you are nominating them. Let's always be on the lookout and recognize good character in others.

There will be a meeting for girls in grades 9-11 who are interested in playing Volleyball this fall in the gym on Tuesday, February 20th from 11:45 am-12:10 pm.

Wednesday, February 14 bulletin

FCCLA week is February 12-16

·         Wednesday- Say Thanks

o    Wear red  for FCCLA or a FCCLA shirt

o    #FCCLAisThankful - Take a photo with someone who inspires you and post a shout out to them on social media.

·         Thursday- Make an Impact

o    Beach day (dress like it is summer)

o    #FCCLAImpact - Pay it forward, do something nice, find a need, make a difference in someone’s life

There will be a pre-season meeting for Boy's Tennis at 12:00 in the cafeteria this Thursday.                 .

Students interested in attending the state wrestling tournament this Friday please sign up in the office.  The bus will leave at approximately 8:00 am and return around 5:00 pm.  Students are responsible for the $9.00 admission fee and lunch.  Come support your state wrestling Panthers!

Any students interested in participating in track see Coach Johnson for an information flyer.

Tuesday, February 13 bulletin

FCCLA week is February 12-16

·         Tuesday- Careers in Action

o    Wear Tie dye day

o    #FCCLACareers - show others how FCCLA or FACS has inspired or helped your career path

·         Wednesday- Say Thanks

o    Wear red  for FCCLA or a FCCLA shirt

o    #FCCLAisThankful - Take a photo with someone who inspires you and post a shout out to them on social media.

·         Thursday- Make an Impact

o    Beach day (dress like it is summer)

o    #FCCLAImpact - Pay it forward, do something nice, find a need, make a difference in someone’s life

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today Science with Mrs. Taylor, English with Ms. Nowlin, Social studies with Mrs. Skryzypczak and Math with Mrs. Craig.

There will be a pre-season meeting for Boy's Tennis at 12:00 in the cafeteria this Friday, February 16th.

Students interested in attending the state wrestling tournament this Friday please sign up in the office.  The bus will leave at approximately 8:00 am and return around 5:00 pm.  Students are responsible for the $9.00 admission fee and lunch.  Come support your state wrestling Panthers!

 

Friday, February 9 bulletin

The Courtmat Dance will be held this Saturday, February 10, from 7-10 pm in our gymnasium.  Dance tickets are on sale before school from (7:30-7:50) in the lobby and during lunch.  Singles tickets are $5 and $8 for couples.  Attire for this dance is semi-formal (no jeans/shorts/tennis-shoes allowed). If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Congratulations to your 2018 Courtmat Prince and Princess candidates: Freshman Lane Elwell and Kelsey Burden, Sophomores Lauren Hagle and Brody Boone, Juniors Marcus Daly and Madi Frazier, and your Queen and King candidates: Jessica Sader and Tim Liebold, Rylee Parrott and Matthew Barton, Abby Winegar and Marc Casey. Check your email for voting forms. Voting ends at 12:00 today.

FCCLA week is February 12-16

·         Monday- FCCLA Promo Day

o    Sports day (wear your favorite sports team apparel)

o    #PromoteFCCLA - promote FCCLA on your social media, invite others to join FCCLA, spotlight an FCCLA member that has made an impact on you

·         Tuesday- Careers in Action

o    Wear Tie dye day

o    #FCCLACareers - show others how FCCLA or FACS has inspired or helped your career path

·         Wednesday- Say Thanks

o    Wear red  for FCCLA or a FCCLA shirt

o    #FCCLAisThankful - Take a photo with someone who inspires you and post a shout out to them on social media.

·         Thursday- Make an Impact

o    Beach day (dress like it summer)

o    #FCCLAImpact - Pay it forward, do something nice, find a need, make a difference in someone’s life

Tuesday, February 6 bulletin

SENIORS:  Please check Google Classroom and read the announcement about senior gifts and if you have any issues regarding the ideas please leave a comment.  Depending on those comments, a re-vote on the class composite is possible.

Congratulations to your 2018 Courtmat Prince and Princess candidates: Freshman: Lane Elwell and Kelsey Burden; Sophomores:  Lauren Hagle and Brody Boone; Juniors: Marcus Daly and Madi Frazier, and your Queen and King candidates: Jessica Sader and Tim Liebold, Rylee Parrott and Matthew Barton, Abby Winegar and Dylan Winslow. Check your email Wednesday morning for voting forms . Voting will begin Wednesday morning and end Friday at Noon.

FBLA members:  Plan on attending the 5th Quarter Bowling Party after the Courtmat game on Friday, February 9th.  Remember you must have a permission slip signed and your $5 turned in.

Courtmat 2018, hosted by KNHS Student Council, is this week.  Student Council encourages you to attend all home sporting events this week to cheer on our Panthers!  You are also encouraged to be festive during school hours:

 

The Courtmat Dance, called Snow Ball this year, will be held on Saturday, February 10, from 7-10 pm in our gymnasium.  Dance tickets are on sale before school starting this morning (7:30-7:50) in the lobby and during lunch.  Singles tickets are $5 and $8 for couples.  Attire for this dance is semi-formal (no jeans/shorts/tennis-shoes allowed). If you have an out of town date you plan on bringing, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it in to the office by the end of the day Thursday, February 8th.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Friday, February 2 bulletin

FBLA members:  Plan on attending the 5th Quarter Bowling Party after the Courtmat game on Friday, February 9th.  Remember you must have a permission slip signed and your $5 turned in. ALSO - if you are planning to attend District Competitions on February 13th you must also have a signed permission slip.

Love is in the air! Show your sweetheart that you care. Pre-order your special someone a HANDMADE CUSTOMIZABLE card today during panther hour in the cafeteria.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today, February 2: Science with Mrs. Taylor and English with Ms. Nowlin.

 

Prepare for the upcoming ACT exam by attending ACT study sessions during Panther Hour. Any students who attend 9 of the 12 sessions will be reimbursed $50 for the cost of the February ACT. There are no ACT study sessions today. Mrs. Dorsey and Mrs. Forest will be leading Science study sessions next week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. If you scored below a 17 in Science or have not taken the ACT before, please attend Mrs. Dorsey's session during A shift. If you scored above a 17 in Science, please attend Mrs. Forest's session during B shift. 

 

Wednesday, January 31 bulletin

2018-2019 High School Flag Corp Tryouts for any interested high school students.  Learning Clinic starts February 1, 2018 3:30-4:30 pm at KNE Gym.  Information sheets available in the office.

 

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school tomorrow, February 1: Science with Mrs. Dorsey, English and Spanish with Ms. Spencer, Social Studies with Mr. Basinger, and Band with Mr. Hunter.

 

Prepare for the upcoming ACT exam by attending ACT study sessions during Panther Hour. Over the next two weeks, teachers will be offering ACT study sessions for Math, and Science. Any students who attend 9 of the 12 sessions will be reimbursed $50 for the cost of the February ACT. Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Moser will be leading the last Math study sessions tomorrow during B shift of Panther Hour. If you scored below a 26 in Math or have not taken the ACT before, please attend Mrs. Craig's session in room 110. If you scored above a 26 in Math, please attend Mrs. Moser's session in room 108. Keep an eye out for the ACT Prep Session calendar for the times and locations of future sessions

Friday, January 26 bulletin

Courtmat 2018, hosted by KNHS Student Council, is February 5-9.  Because both the boy's and girls’ basketball teams will be playing Holden at home on the 9th, the theme for this spirit week is #EliminateTheEagles.  That being said, Student Council encourages you to attend all home sporting events that week to cheer on our Panthers!  You are also encouraged to be festive during school hours:

•       Monday:  In Their Dreams (Wear your pajamas)

•       Tuesday: Hunt ‘Em Down (Wear camouflage/hunting gear)

•       Wednesday:  Wear ‘Em Out (Wear 80’s workout attire)

•       Thursday:  Team Up Against Holden (Find a twin and dress alike)

•       Friday:  Black Out the Eagles (Wear all black)

The Courtmat Dance, called Snow Ball this year, will be held on Saturday, February 10, from 7-10 pm in our gymnasium.  We will start selling dance tickets before school on Monday morning, February 5th (7:30-7:50) in the lobby and during lunch.  Singles tickets are $5 and $8 for couples.  Attire for this dance is semi-formal (no jeans/shorts/tennis-shoes allowed). If you have an out of town date you plan on bringing, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it in to the office by the end of the day Thursday, February 8th.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Congratulations to December Students of the Month, nominated for their Compassion: Jenna Moreland, Owen Presley, Marcus Daly, and Ciera Burnette. Also, congratulations to Ms. Hatcher as the staff/faculty member of the month. Also, congratulations to January Students of the Month, nominated for their Cooperation: Sarah Walters, Jadis Williams, Abby Johns, and Sierra Atkinson. Also, congratulations to Miss Spencer as the staff/faculty member of the month. Thank you to all the students and teachers who took the time to recognize and nominate their fellow students and teachers.

The Cast List is up outside Ms. Hunt's room. There will be a mandatory (but quick!) meeting in Ms. Hunt's room today after school.

Wednesday, January 24 bulletin

Courtmat 2018, hosted by KNHS Student Council, is February 5-9.  Because both the boy's and girls’ basketball teams will be playing Holden at home on the 9th, the theme for this spirit week is #EliminateTheEagles.  That being said, Student Council encourages you to attend all home sporting events that week to cheer on our Panthers!  You are also encouraged to be festive during school hours:

 

The Courtmat Dance, called Snow Ball this year, will be held on Saturday, February 10, from 7-10 pm in our gymnasium.  Dance tickets will be on sale next week before school (7:30-7:50) in the lobby and during lunch.  Singles tickets are $5 and $8 for couples.  Attire for this dance is semi-formal (no jeans/shorts/tennis-shoes allowed). If you have an out of town date you plan on bringing, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it into the office by the end of the day Thursday, February 8th.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

The next European Travelers informational meeting will be tonight at 6:30 pm in the high school LMC. Many important topics will be discussed including rooming assignments, fundraising updates, learning useful phrases in French, Italian and Spanish, and investigating our Italian destination. Please make arrangements to attend this very important meeting. Students, if you have a scheduling conflict, please have another family member attend, so you will have all of the latest information. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Baker in room 111.

Baby it is cold outside - and a crew neck sweatshirt would be really nice.  Due to the demand for the new Panther Pride design on the grey sweatshirt, we will be placing another order for the shirts.  We have large and XL in stock.  We will be ordering smalls and mediums if there is enough demand. If you are interested in the grey crew neck with Panther Pride on it, please email Mrs. Allen or stop by room 104.  The sweatshirts are $25 each.

Frosties are back.  When you are in the LMC check out the blue raspberry and mandarin orange frosties.  Larges are $2 and smalls are $1.50.  Enjoy.

Tuesday, January 23 Bulletin

Students, with Courtmat coming up please remember that if you have an out of town date you plan on bringing, you will need to print off the Guest Permission Form for School Activity which is on the high school website and turn it into the office by the end of the day Thursday, February 8th.  If you have any fines/fees (this includes outstanding lunch balances) you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Spring Play auditions are today during B shift of Panther Hour and after school. Sign-up outside Ms. Hunt’s room.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today, January 23: Science with Mrs. Dorsey & Mrs. Taylor, English with Ms. Nowlin, Social Studies with Mrs. Skryzypczak, and Math with Mrs. Craig.  

Our AFJROTC cadets have been given many elegant party dresses to hand out to deserving ladies in our high school.  Please come by room 207 (Panther Attic) during Panther Hour on Thursday, January 25th to look at and try on a dress and if you like it, it's yours to keep.

The next informational meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 pm in the high school LMC. Many important topics will be discussed including rooming assignments, fundraising updates, learning useful phrases in French, Italian and Spanish, and investigating our Italian destination. Please make arrangements to attend this very important meeting. Students, if you have a scheduling conflict, please have another family member attend, so you will have all of the latest information.

Baby it’s cold outside - and a crewneck sweatshirt would be really nice.  Due to the demand for the new Panther Pride design on the grey sweatshirt, we will be placing another order for the shirts.  We have large and XL in stock.  We will be ordering smalls and mediums if there is enough demand. If you are interested in the grey crewneck with Panther Pride on it, please email Mrs. Allen or stop by room 104.  The sweatshirts are $25 each.

Frosties are back.  When you are in the LMC check out the blue raspberry and mandarin orange frosties.  Larges are $2 and smalls are $1.50.  Enjoy.

Monday, January 22 bulletin

The Courtmat dance is scheduled for February 10th. If you have any fines you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Spring Play auditions are today and Tuesday during B shift of Panther Hour and after school both days. Sign-up outside Ms. Hunt’s room.

Open tutoring is now offered after school for Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish, Band, and Project Lead the Way. Tutoring sessions are open to all students seeking additional help in these areas. Please watch for a tutoring schedule, and ask your teachers for tutoring times and locations. The following tutoring sessions will be offered after school today, January 22: Science with Mrs. Forest, English & Spanish with Ms. Spencer, and Project Lead the Way with Mr. Adams.

 

Prepare for the upcoming ACT exam by attending ACT study sessions during Panther Hour. Over the next few weeks, teachers will be offering ACT study sessions for Reading, Math, and Science. Any students who attend 9 of the 12 sessions will be reimbursed $50 for the cost of the February ACT. Mr. Duane will be leading Reading study sessions today, tomorrow, and Thursday during A shift of Panther Hour. Keep an eye out for the ACT Prep Session calendar for the times and locations of future sessions.

Our AFJROTC cadets have been given many elegant party dresses to hand out to deserving ladies in our high school.  Please come by room 207 (Panther Attic) during Panther Hour on Thursday, January 25th to look at and try on a dress and if you like it, it's yours to keep.

 

Thursday, January 18 bulletin

The KNHS girls’ soccer interest meeting is today. We will meet in Room 108 during B Shift. If you are unable to attend, please contact Coach Taylor mtaylor@knr8.org  or Coach Moser to receive important information.

Prepare for the upcoming ACT exam by attending ACT study sessions during Panther Hour. Over the next four weeks, teachers will be offering ACT study sessions for English, Reading, Math, and Science. Any students who attend 9 of the 11 sessions will be reimbursed $50 for the cost of the February ACT. Ms. Nowlin will be leading the English study sessions today and Friday during B shift of Panther Hour. Keep an eye out for the ACT Prep Session calendar for the times and locations of future sessions.

Auditions for the Spring Play will be held today and Friday!  Sign-up outside Ms. Hunt's room.

The Courtmat dance is scheduled for February 10th. If you have any fines you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

Tuesday, January 16 bulletin

The KNHS girls’ soccer interest meeting has now moved to Thursday, January 18th. We will meet in Room 108 during B Shift. If you are unable to attend, please contact Coach Taylor mtaylor@knr8.org  or Coach Moser to receive important information.

Students at KNHS can prepare for the upcoming ACT exam by attending ACT study sessions during Panther Hour. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 16, teachers will be offering ACT study sessions for English, Reading, Math, and Science. Any students who attend 9 of the 11 sessions will be reimbursed $50 for the cost of the February ACT. These study sessions are open to all students whether they have registered to take the ACT or not. The first session on Tuesday, Jan. 16 will focus on English, led by Ms. Nowlin in room 109 during shift B of Panther Hour.   CLICK HERE to access the full schedule.

 

Auditions for the Spring Play will be held Thursday and Friday this week!  Sign-up outside Ms. Hunt's room.

The Courtmat dance is scheduled for February 10th. If you have any fines you cannot attend the dance until the obligation is paid in full or arrangements have been made with Mrs. Morris. If you have any questions, please stop by the office.

 

Thursday, January 11 bulletin

KNHS Girls Soccer Interest Meeting will be held today during B shift in room 108. Please plan on attending if you are interested in playing this spring. If unable to attend, please contact Coach Taylor at mtaylor@knr8.org or Coach Moser to receive important information for the season.

AFJROTC announces that the Panther Attic is open every second Saturday of every month through the end of the school year. The Panther Attic will be open this Saturday, January 13th from 9am to noon.  It is located on the top floor of the high school. We are open for anyone who needs it. Also, if you need something from the attic during the week please let a cadet or a counselor know.

January's character word of the month is Cooperation. Cooperation is defined as teamwork, the common effort of a group for their mutual benefit, and working together peacefully. You can show cooperation by listening to others, being open to other ideas, showing respect, and being responsible for your part. If you see someone going above and beyond to be cooperative, e-mail Ms. Wesley or Mr. Maxwell to nominate them for student of the month with a description of their actions.

Tuesday, January 9 bulletin

KNHS Girls Soccer Interest Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 11th during B shift in room 108. Please plan on attending if you are interested in playing this spring. If unable to attend, please contact Coach Taylor at mtaylor@knr8.org or Coach Moser to receive important information for the season.

AFJROTC announces that the Panther Attic is open every second Saturday of every month through the end of the school year. The Panther Attic will be open this Saturday, January 13th from 9am to noon.  It is located on the top floor of the high school. We are open for anyone who needs it. Also, if you need something from the attic during the week please let a cadet or a counselor know.

Monday, January 8 bulletin

Seniors:  Last chance.  If you or your parents want a senior dedication and did not turn in your money or request, you have until the end of the day TODAY.  This is the final extension.  Remember, photos may be turned in up until spring break but payment must be made or you will not have a space in the book.

Friday, December 15 bulletin

Today is PJ Day!!!!  Pay $1.00 to Mrs. Wood in the LMC and receive a golden ticket sticker.  You must wear the sticker in order to wear your PJs.  Proceeds will go to Book Club.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Visit the LMC today during Panther Hour for some fun games and movies.  The corn hole game will be set up, and you can watch The Polar Express by the fireplace.  For your chance to win some great prizes, you can play Pin-the-Nose on Rudolph and the Scavenger Hunt.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.  

With Christmas Break coming up, why not visit the LMC and check out some of those Gateway and Truman award nominees?  There will be a voting party onMarch 9th.  If you read 3 or more of these nominee books, you will be invited for ice cream and your chance to win awesome prizes (including a tablet, gift cards, and so much more).  Books are available in print and eBook format with Kindles available for check-out.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Thursday, December 14 bulletin

Friday is PJ Day!!!!  Pay $1.00 to Mrs. Wood in the LMC and receive a golden ticket sticker.  You must wear the sticker in order to wear your PJs.  Proceeds will go to Book Club.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Visit the LMC during Panther Hour on Friday for some fun games and movies.  The corn hole game will be set up, and you can watch The Polar Express by the fireplace.  For your chance to win some great prizes, you can play Pin-the-Nose on Rudolph and the Scavenger Hunt.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.  

With Christmas Break coming up, why not visit the LMC and check out some of those Gateway and Truman award nominees?  There will be a voting party on March 9th.  If you read 3 or more of these nominee books, you will be invited for ice cream and your chance to win awesome prizes (including a tablet, gift cards, and so much more).  Books are available in print and eBook format with Kindles available for check-out.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Wednesday, December 13 bulletin

Today is National Hot Cocoa Day, so come to the LMC Coffee Shop to celebrate with $1.00 any size hot chocolate.  We have regular and peppermint flavors while supplies last!

Tuesday, December 12 bulletin

As you begin your next round of STAR Reading tests, it is important that you understand the importance of doing your best on these tests.  We will begin scheduling for next year in February.  Based off of your STAR Reading scores you may be involved in some additional testing in January to determine educational decisions for next year.

If you maintained a Panther Pass all year, and you still meet the grade, attendance, and discipline requirements to get a pass, you are eligible for a finals exemption.  You can pick them up in the commons area today at lunch.  They will need to be returned to the office no later than 3:15 today.

If you are going to be absent during finals, Mrs. Morris needs a note from your parents well in advance of your absence so you will have time to arrange an alternate time to take your finals with your teachers.

Monday, December 11 bulletin

Seniors: please stop by the office to check the spelling of your name for your diploma. The diploma list will be sent to Josten’s this Wednesday.

As you begin your next round of STAR Reading tests, it is important that you understand the importance of doing your best on these tests.  We will begin scheduling for next year in February.  Based off of your STAR Reading scores you may be involved in some additional testing in January to determine educational decisions for next year.

If you maintained a Panther Pass all year, and you still meet the grade, attendance, and discipline requirements to get a pass, you are eligible for a finals exemption.  You can pick them up in the commons area today at lunch.  They will need to be returned to the office no later than 3:15 Tuesday afternoon.

If you are going to be absent during finals, Mrs. Morris needs a note from your parents well in advance of your absence so you will have time to arrange an alternate time to take your finals with your teachers.

 

Friday, December 8 bulletin

Seniors: please stop by the office to check the spelling of your name for your diploma. The diploma list will be sent to Josten’s next Wednesday.

As you begin your next round of STAR Reading tests, it is important that you understand the importance of doing your best on these tests.  We will begin scheduling for next year in February.  Based off of your STAR Reading scores you may be involved in some additional testing in January to determine educational decisions for next year.

If you maintained a Panther Pass all year, and you still meet the grade, attendance, and discipline requirements to get a pass, you are eligible for a finals exemption.  You can pick them up Monday morning in the commons area, or Monday at lunch.  They will need to be returned to the office no later than 3:15 Tuesday afternoon.

If you are going to be absent during finals, Mrs. Morris needs a note from your parents well in advance of your absence so you will have time to arrange an alternate time to take your finals with your teachers.

Seniors:  yearbook senior dedications are due by next Friday, December 15th.  Please remind your parents.

Are you feeling like pulling out an ugly Christmas sweater?  Listen for further details.

Panther Swag:  The special order for new Panther shirts for winter are on order through December 15th.  Place your order today with an FBLA member or Mrs. Allen in room 104.  

The Book Club T-shirts are in!!!!  Be sure to come to the Book Club meeting today during 1st lunch shift in the LMC to pick yours up.  You must pay for the shirt BEFORE picking it up.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Wood.

Wednesday, December 6 bulletin

Seniors: please stop by the office to check the spelling of your name for your diploma. The diploma list will be sent to Josten’s next Wednesday.

Congratulations to Coach Jennifer Goodrich for recently being named the West Central District's 2017 High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year! The award was presented to Coach Goodrich at the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference at Lodge of Four Seasons in November.

Each year the local Lion's Club sponsors a food drive and they are asking for your help.  We will be accepting donations throughout this week for the following items: canned fruits, vegetables and pastas, cereal, boxed dinners, and canned chicken. Please bring your donations to the office.  Thank you for your generosity!

The Josten’s representative will be here today during lunch time to deliver class rings and take final graduation orders.

Congratulations KNHS November Students of the Month! The following students were nominated and voted by teachers for demonstrating self-control. Xavier Ortiz, Alex Schaffer, Andrew Ely, Moana Robinson, and Adrian Aranda-Diaz.

 

Tuesday, December 5 bulletin

Congratulations to Coach Jennifer Goodrich for recently being named the West Central District's 2017 High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year! The award was presented to Coach Goodrich at the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference at Lodge of Four Seasons in November.

Each year the local Lion's Club sponsors a food drive and they are asking for your help.  We will be accepting donations throughout this week for the following items: canned fruits, vegetables and pastas, cereal, boxed dinners, and canned chicken. Please bring your donations to the office.  Thank you for your generosity!

The Josten’s representative will be here Wednesday, December 6th during lunch time to deliver class rings and take final graduation orders.

Science Olympiad will meet in room 12 today after school. We will be electing officers.  If you want to be involved, but can't come to the meeting.  Send Mrs. Forest an email.

 

Monday, December 4 bulletin

The Panthers Academic Team placed  2nd overall out of 7 total teams at their first Quad of the season.  Elly Prochaska had the highest Varsity Score and Paige Schneller had the highest score for JV.  Congratulations Scholar Bowl Team!

Science Olympiad will meet in room 12 after school on Tuesday, December 5th.

We will be electing officers.  If you want to be involved, but can't come to the meeting.  Send Mrs. Forest an email.

FTA Members:  There is a MANDATORY meeting today during 2nd lunch shift in the LMC.  We will be finalizing plans for the KNE trip on Friday, and I will pass out permission forms.  If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Wood.

Each year the local Lion's Club sponsors a food drive and they are asking for your help.  We will be accepting donations throughout next week for the following items: canned fruits, vegetables and pastas, cereal, boxed dinners, and canned chicken. Please bring your donations to the office.  Thank you for your generosity!

The Josten’s representative will be here  Wednesday, December 6th during lunch time to deliver class rings and take final graduation orders.

Friday, December 1 bulletin

It is important that you know and understand that any email communication using your school email that contains curse words and inappropriate phrases are automatically flagged by Google which means that Mr. Easterwood and Mrs. Morris will receive the entire conversation via their email.  Besides the fact that your private conversation is no longer private, disciplinary consequences may be imposed for misuse of district technology as per the AUP agreement that you and your parents signed at the beginning of the school year.

Each year the local Lion's Club sponsors a food drive and they are asking for your help.  We will be accepting donations throughout next week for the following items: canned fruits, vegetables and pastas, cereal, boxed dinners, and canned chicken. Please bring your donations to the office.  Thank you for your generosity!

The Josten’s representative will be here next Wednesday, December 6th during lunch time to deliver class rings and take final graduation orders.

ATTENTION ALL ANIME CLUB MEMBERS: There will be a mandatory anime club meeting after school today in Mr. Duane's room (112). If you cannot attend, please contact Abagail Gish."