HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN

Monday, November 26 bulletin

Once again we will be providing a $50 incentive for students who attend 9 ACT Prep Study Sessions (3 in each content area) before taking a spring ACT test.  Look for an email from Mrs. Morris explaining the requirements in detail.  This email also has the schedule of ACT Prep sessions.

There will be an ACT English prep session Tuesday, Nov. 27 during Panther Hour in Ms. Nowlin's room (109) and an ACT Reading prep session Friday, Nov. 30 during Panther Hour in Mr. Duane's room (112). These sessions will cover specific test-taking strategies and are recommended for any students planning to take the ACT in 2018-2019. Anyone interested will need to attend the session for the entire Panther Hour. Please bring a packed lunch or quickly grab a lunch from the cafeteria at the start of A shift.

Juniors: the Josten’s representative will be in the cafeteria today at 11:00 to deliver class rings.

Seniors- please check your email and complete the survey from the counselors.

Thursday, November 8 bulletin

November 5 - 9          

Students and Faculty, it is that time again! Student Senate is hosting their 2nd annual staff-basketball game! The game will be held on Saturday November 10th, at 6:30 pm in the KNHS gym. The admissions will be $3 for students and $5 for adults. Student Senate will be performing a miracle moment as well during half time, this year all proceeds will go to support the Special Olympics. Please come out and support your teachers and coaches as they challenge each other in a game of basketball.

 

Be thankful and give back to those with a ruff life!  FCCLA is hosting their second annual animal shelter donation drive November 12 through 16. The items needed are bleach, toilet paper, paper towels, dawn dish soap, treats, toys, blankets and pillows, cleaning supplies, and anything else would be greatly appreciated. Bring all donations to Mrs. Barnes' room. All donations go to the Sedalia Animal Shelter.

Congratulations Paige Keith for being chosen to represent the Knob Noster Future Teachers of America as a State Ambassador for the 2019-2020 school year!  She is our chapter’s first state officer!

Calling all science fiction fans.  Suzanne Young (author of The Program series) will be Skyping with us on Tuesday, November 13th from 9:00-10:00.  Here is your chance to ask a successful young adult author questions and get a preview of her new book that will be released in March 2019.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

 

The lost and found box and table is over flowing. If you are missing an item please stop by and check to see if it is there. The items not claimed will be donated to the Show Me Christian Youth Home on Friday.

Thursday, November 1 bulletin

Friday, November 2nd is the deadline to sign up for the December ACT test. Be sure and sign-up!

Come join your KNHS cheerleaders on the pep bus going to our next district football game this Friday at Lee Summit Christian Academy! You will need to bring $7 to get into the game. There are only 30 seats available so please stop by Ms. Spencer’s room ASAP in order to sign up.

Students and Faculty, it is that time again. Student Senate is hosting their 2nd annual staff-basketball game. The game will be held on Saturday November 10th, at 6:30 pm in the KNHS gym. The admissions will be $3 for students and $5 for adults. Student Senate will be performing a miracle moment as well during half time, this year all proceeds will go to support the Special Olympics. Please come out and support your teachers and coaches as they challenge each other in a game of basketball.

Thursday, October 25 bulletin

National School Bus Safety Tip: Riding the Bus

Always speak quietly on the bus so the driver will not be distracted.

Always be silent when a bus comes to a railroad crossing so the driver can hear if a train is coming.

Never throw things on the bus or out the windows.

Keep the aisles clear at all times. Feet should be directly in front of you on the floor and book bags should be kept on your lap.

Large instruments or sports equipment should not block the aisle or emergency exits.

Never play with the emergency exits.

If there is an emergency, listen to the driver and follow instructions.

Hands should be kept to yourself at all times while riding on the bus. Fighting and picking on others creates a dangerous bus ride.

 

Visit the Maker Faire in the LMC.  Today's Make 'n Take Activity is a bouncy ball.  We also have lots of fun technology challenges, so come to the LMC any time this week. There is something for everyone!

The week of October 22-26 is Red Ribbon Week and the theme is “Life is Your Journey; Travel Drug Free”. This week is dedicated understanding the importance of living drug free. During this week we will have a speaker coming to discuss the negative impacts of drugs and alcohol use and the importance of focusing on positive goal achievement.

Tuesday, October 23 bulletin

Students - you are so beautiful we want to be sure your photo is in the yearbook.  Picture retakes are Thursday, October 25.  If you need a picture packet, please stop by the office and pick one up.

SENIORS:  You must have an Inter-state photo taken as this is the picture that will be used for the historical composite picture that hangs forever in the hallways.

National School Bus Safety Tip:  Walking to the Bus Stop

Always walk on the sidewalk to the bus stop, never run. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the left facing traffic.  Go to the bus stop about five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. While at the bus stop, wait quietly in a safe place well away from the road. Do not run and play while waiting.

 

Anyone interested in wrestling please stop by and visit with the wrestling coaches located in the gym lobby today during your panther hour.   Boys and girls wrestling will start October 29th.

 

There is a mandatory boys’ basketball meeting Wednesday after school from 2:00-2:10 in Coach Fox’s room.  If you have questions or can’t make it please see Coach Fox before the meeting.

¡Hola!  Bonjour!  Hallo!  What are your plans for the summer of 2020?  Take an EF Tours trip of a lifetime to Spain, France, and Belgium with the European Travelers group!  If you are interested in traveling, you will want to mark your calendars for an enrollment meeting on Wednesday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the LMC.  If you have questions about the meeting or trip, or if you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Baker, Mr. Morton, or Mrs. Skrzypczak.

Visit the Maker Faire in the LMC.  Today's Make 'n Take Activity is a Stress Ball.  We also have lots of fun technology challenges, so come to the LMC any time this week. There is something for everyone!

The week of October 22-26 is Red Ribbon Week and the theme is “Life is Your Journey; Travel Drug Free”. This week is dedicated understanding the importance of living drug free. During this week we will have a speaker coming to discuss the negative impacts of drugs and alcohol use and the importance of focusing on positive goal achievement.

 

The schedule for the speaking event is as follows and will be taking place in the gym:

 

Tuesday, October 23: First Shift- freshman (11:31-11:56)

Second Shift- sophomores (11:56-12:21)

Thursday, October 25: juniors (11:56-12:21)

Friday, October 26: seniors (11:56-12:21)

 

Please report to the gym during your scheduled time.

Monday, October 22 bulletin

Teach a Teacher!  Mrs. Allen invites you to join her in learning photography on your phone and using lightroom today during Panther Hour A in Room 104.  There are only 15 seats available.

There will be an FBLA Meeting today during Panther Hour B in Room 104.  Competitive Events are on the agenda.

Students - you are so beautiful we want to be sure your photo is in the yearbook.  Picture retakes are Thursday, October 25.  If you need a picture packet, please stop by the office and pick one up.

SENIORS:  You must have an Inter-state photo taken as this is the picture that will be used for the historical composite picture that hangs forever in the hallways.

October 22 through 26 is National School Bus Safety Week!  This week offers an excellent opportunity for parents, students, teachers, motorists, school bus operators, school administrators, and others to join forces and address the importance of school bus safety. Knob Noster Public Schools has planned a week of promoting safety, while educating our students and community on bus safety.  Listen closely each morning this week for tips and instructions for enhancing school bus safety.

 

Anyone interested in wrestling please stop by and visit with the wrestling coaches located in the gym lobby during your panther hour on Tuesday, Oct 23rd.   Boys and girls wrestling will start October 29th.

 

Visit the Maker Faire in the LMC.  Today's Make 'n Take Activity is a Bottle Cap Bot.  We also have lots of fun technology challenges, so come to the LMC any time this week.

Thursday, October 18 bulletin

Did someone say dodgeball?!? Air Force JROTC will be hosting a dodgeball tournament to help raise money and canned food items for local food pantries. The tournament will be held at the Warrensburg High School gyms on October 27, from 4 to 6 pm. Warrensburg, Knob Noster, and La monte will all be competing in the tournament! Drinks will be provided for every team competing. If interested, please look at the JROTC bulletin board, or the flyers posted around the school to register.

¡Hola!  Bonjour!  Hallo!  What are your plans for the summer of 2020?  Take an EF Tours trip of a lifetime to Spain, France, and Belgium with the European Travelers group!  If you are interested in traveling, you will want to mark your calendars for an enrollment meeting on Wednesday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the LMC.  Please click here to RSVP.  If you have questions about the meeting or trip, or if you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Baker, Mr. Morton, or Mrs. Skrzypczak.

Seniors: the Josten’s representative will be in the gym lobby today at 11:00 for graduation announcement/cap and gown orders.

There will be a very brief (10 minutes) girls’ basketball meeting today after school in the cafeteria for anyone interested in playing girls basketball.

Don't forget to buy your Spirit Couch tickets for this week's home game against Holden.  Tickets are $1 each or 7 for $5.  Winners receive a comfy seat, a Casey's pizza of their choice, and quilts to keep warm.  See a Student Senate member or Mr. Basinger for tickets.

Teach a Teacher!  Mrs. Allen invites you to join her in learning photography on your phone and using light room Monday - Panther Hour A - Room 104.  Only 15 seats available.

FBLA Meeting - Monday - Panther Hour B - Room 104.  Competitive Events are on the agenda.

Students - you are so beautiful we want to be sure your photo is in the yearbook.  Picture retakes are scheduled for Thursday, October 25.  SENIORS:  You must have an Inter-state photo taken as this is the picture that will be used for the historical composite picture that hangs forever in the hallways.

Next week there will be a Maker Faire in the LMC.  Visit the LMC any time during the day to build robots, create with LEGOs, code with a Raspberry Pi, add on to a plastic sculpture, and so much more.  The Make 'n Take Activity for Monday is a Bottle Cap Bot.  See Mrs. Wood if you have any questions.

Tuesday, October 16 bulletin

Just a reminder that KNHS now offers FREE tutoring and study sessions in the LMC. Sessions will be offered every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday after school until 4:08pm. No appointments are necessary, and all students are welcome! Receive help from a teacher or peer tutor in the areas of reading, writing, social studies, math, science, personal finance, world language, and ACT prep, or join a student study group. Take control of your own success! For more information, contact Ms. Nowlin.

Juniors and seniors you can still get your FREE prom ticket! Go see Mrs. Taylor in room 14 to sign up to help with the concession stands. If you help out for an entire game then you get a free ticket! Help out for a second game and get a free ticket for your prom date. 

Did someone say dodgeball?!? Air Force JROTC will be hosting a dodgeball tournament to help raise money and canned food items for local food pantries. The tournament will be held at the Warrensburg High School gyms on October 27, from 4 to 6 pm. Warrensburg, Knob Noster, and La monte will all be competing in the tournament! Drinks will be provided for every team competing. If interested, please look at the JROTC bulletin board, or the flyers posted around the school to register.

¡Hola!  Bonjour!  Hallo!  What are your plans for the summer of 2020?  Take an EF Tours trip of a lifetime to Spain, France, and Belgium with the European Travelers group!  If you are interested in traveling, you will want to mark your calendars for an enrollment meeting on Wednesday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the LMC.  Please click here to RSVP.  If you have questions about the meeting or trip, or if you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Baker, Mr. Morton, or Mrs. Skrzypczak.

Seniors: the Josten’s representative will be in the gym lobby on Thursday at 11:00 for graduation announcement/cap and gown orders.

There will be a very brief (10 minutes) girls’ basketball meeting after school on Thursday in the cafeteria for anyone interested in playing girls basketball.

 

Wednesday, October 10 bulletin

Teen Read Week continues!!!  Today is Dynamic Duo Day. Don't forget to READ; if you get caught, bring your ticket to the LMC to spin the prize wheel.  

Yesterday's trivia winner is Caleb Brittain, so come to the LMC to spin the prize wheel.

Today's trivia question is: How did Romeo and Juliet die? Write the answer and your name on a piece of paper and bring it to the LMC BEFORE 6th hour to be eligible to win a prize.

Also, don't miss out on dress-up days:

Thursday = Western Day

Friday = Harry Potter Day

"It's Written in the Stars...READ!"

Need something new to read?  Don't want to pay the high price of a new book?  Visit The Bibliophiles Book Swap in the LMC and trade your used book in good condition for another book for FREE!  

Save the date: The National Honor Society will be sponsoring a blood drive on Monday, October 22 from 8 - 1 in the gym. If you are older than sixteen and would like to participate (or your parents or others you know would like to participate) please sign up under Knob Noster High School on redcross.org. If you are 16 years old and would like to donate. Please stop by Mrs. Craig's room and pick up a permission form. Once you return the form, we will schedule a time for you.  

Just a reminder that KNHS now offers FREE tutoring and study sessions in the LMC. Sessions will be offered every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday after school until 4:08pm. No appointments are necessary, and all students are welcome! Receive help from a teacher or peer tutor in the areas of reading, writing, social studies, math, science, personal finance, world language, and ACT prep, or join a student study group. Take control of your own success! For more information, contact Ms. Nowlin.

Juniors and seniors you can still get your FREE prom ticket! Go see Mrs. Taylor in room 14 to sign up to help with the concession stands. If you help out for an entire game then you get a free ticket! Help out for a second game and get a free ticket for your prom date. 

Tuesday, October 9 bulletin

Seniors: The Josten's representative will be in the gym lobby this morning starting at 7:30 for graduation announcement orders.

It's finally here!  Teen Read Week!!!  Today is Survival Day, so visit the LMC throughout the day to participate in games inspired by The Hunger Games.  Don't forget to READ; if you get caught, bring your ticket to the LMC to spin the prize wheel.  

Today's trivia question is:        What survival skill did Katniss learn from her father?

Write the answer and your name on a piece of paper and bring it to the LMC BEFORE 6th hour to be eligible to win a prize.

Also, don't miss out on dress-up days:

Wednesday = Dynamic Duo Day

Thursday = Western Day

Friday = Harry Potter Day

"It's Written in the Stars...READ!"

Need something new to read?  Don't want to pay the high price of a new book?  Visit The Bibliophiles Book Swap in the LMC and trade your used book in good condition for another book for FREE!  

Save the date: The National Honor Society will be sponsoring a blood drive on Monday, October 22 from 8 - 1 in the gym. If you are older than sixteen and would like to participate (or your parents or others you know would like to participate) please sign up under Knob Noster High School on redcross.org. If you are 16 years old and would like to donate. Please stop by Mrs. Craig's room and pick up a permission form. Once you return the form, we will schedule a time for you.  

Starting today (Tues. 10/9) after school are FREE tutoring and study sessions in the LMC. Sessions will be offered every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday after school until 4:08 pm. No appointments are necessary, and all students are welcome! Receive help from a teacher or peer tutor in the areas of reading, writing, social studies, math, science, personal finance, world language, and ACT prep, or join a student study group. Take control of your own success! For more information, contact Ms. Nowlin.

There are still some open spots for any junior interested in taking the PSAT on Wednesday, October 10th. Please come and sign-up with Ms. Maskrey if you are interested. Cost for the test is $14 and must be paid when you register.

Thursday, October 4 bulletin

Be sure to plan on watching the opening season episode of Wicked Awesome Stuff featuring our Stealth Panther Robotics Team.  It will be aired on Friday, October 5th at 1 PM, Saturday, October 6th, at 3 PM and again at midnight.  Please check the bulletin which has been emailed to you to find the KMOS channel for your television provider.  (www.kmos.org/about/where-to-watch/)

Come join your KNHS cheerleaders on the pep bus going to Higginsville this Friday! There are only 30 seats available so please stop by Ms. Spencer's room ASAP in order to sign up.

Next week is Teen Read Week so listen to announcements throughout the week for fun contest opportunities and dress up to celebrate reading!

Tuesday = Survival Day (wear survival gear)

Wednesday = Dynamic Duo Day (find someone and dress alike OR dress as a famous duo like Clark Kent and Lois Lane or Bonnie and Clyde)

Thursday = Western Day (wear western gear)

Friday = Harry Potter Day (dress as your favorite Harry Potter character)Tuesday, October 2 bulletin


Students - enjoy this warm weather by purchasing a short sleeve panther shirt for 10% off.  You may purchase a shirt during lunch period by paying cash, check or debit card.  All short sleeve shirts will be $14.

Friday, September 28 bulletin

Juniors and seniors, do you want a FREE prom ticket for you and your date? It's not too late. Go see Mrs. Taylor in room 14 to sign up to help with the concession stands. If you help out for an entire game then you get a free ticket! Help out for a second game and get a free ticket for your prom date.

Saturday is National Coffee Day, so we are going to celebrate TODAY!!!  Visit the LMC Coffee Shop for $1.00 coffee.  Today ONLY!!!

Thursday, September 20 bulletin

Juniors or seniors interested in attending the Johnson County College Fair next Thursday must turn in their permission forms by Friday morning. If you lost your form please come by Ms. Maskrey's office for another copy.

Sophomores who signed up for Career Day- If you have not turned in your permission slip, your LAST day to turn it in to attend is Friday, September 21. Please turn it in to the office or Mrs. Grunzinger.

 

Friday, September 14 bulletin

If you were on free or reduced lunches last year and have not turned in a lunch form for this school year, you will need to do so by today or you will go to full price on Monday, September 17th.

 

Don't forget to buy your Homecoming Dance ticket!  They can be purchased before school, during lunch, and at the door.  Dance starts at 9 pm.  Please check with Mr. Basinger, Mr. Morton, or the office to see if you have fines or fees.  

Sophomores that signed up for Career Day on September 25, you need to turn your permission slips in by Tuesday, September 18. Please contact Mrs. Grunzinger if you have any questions.

B&G Scoops will be selling ice cream tonight at the Homecoming Dance.  Flavors being sold include Chocolate, Vanilla, Birthday Cake, Caramel Caribou, and Cookie Dough, so bring a few dollars with you to the dance to enjoy a scoop or two.

KNHS Girls Soccer players still needing to pick up their awards or shirts can meet today after school until 3:45. Coach Taylor will be at the high school in front of the gym waiting. If unable to pick up, other arrangements need to be made with Coach Taylor.

 

Students, there is still time to join us for the 5K Glow Run, Saturday night at 7 at the track.  You may register at the football game or onsite registration starts at 6 PM.  The cost to run is $15.  We'll provide the shirt and glow sticks.  All proceeds will go to the Johnson County Cancer Society.

Tuesday, September 11 bulletin

If you were on free or reduced lunches last year and have not turned in a lunch form for this school year, you will need to do so by Friday, September 14th or you will go to full price on Monday, September 17th.

 

Congrats to our Homecoming Royalty candidates:  Prince Candidates: Joseph Schwenk (9), Hunter Corbett (10), and Owen Presley (11).  Princess Candidates: Iyanna Perry (9), Lana Freitas (10), and Kendra Flerlage (11).  Our Seniors King candidates are Andrew Harvey, Darin Beck, and Stevie Elwell.  Our Senior Queen candidates are Zoey Hodson, Kat Cawelti, and Abby Johns.  Candidates please get your biography sheets from Mr. Basinger ASAP.  Final voting on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

 

Come root for your Powder Puff girls on Wednesday at 6:30 pm on the HS Football Field. The seniors will take on the freshman and the juniors will take on the sophomores.  Championship game to follow.  No cost!

If you are interested in representing your class in the first Corn hole Beanbag Toss Competition on Wednesday, please see Mr. Basinger ASAP.  Two per grade.

The Spirit Couch is back again.  Raffle tickets are $1 or 7 for $5.  Winner gets a pizza of their choice from Casey's and a comfortable view of the game.  Available for purchase before school, during lunch, or from Mr. Basinger.

Dance tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be sold through Friday, before school and during Panther Hour.  Singles' tickets are $5.00 each, and couples' tickets are $8.00 each.  Because the dance is immediately following the home football game, please plan on wearing casual attire to this event.  Also, if you plan on bringing a date who is not a Knob Noster High School Student, you need to print off a Guest Permission Form, complete it, and return it to the office. They are due TODAY.  The form can be found on the high school website under "Our School" and then "Publications."  (You can also click here)   Lastly, if you have a fine/fee to pay through the office, that must be done prior to purchasing dance tickets.  

Wednesday, September 5 bulletin

If you were on free or reduced lunches last year and have not turned in a lunch form for this school year, you will need to do so by next Friday, September 14th or you will go to full price on Monday, September 17th.

Interstate Studio will be here next Tuesday morning, September 11th to take pictures. Picture packets will be handed out today during Panther Hour.  If you are not here during Panther Hour, please stop by the office and pick up your packet.

Panther Hour teachers will be distributing the Panther Pride Pass stickers today during Panther Hour.  If you received a Pass, you must present your ID for your teacher to place the sticker on it.  If you are a new student you must see Diane to get an ID.  We will be recalculating Panther Pride Passes each midterm and quarter. So, if you didn't receive a Pass this time around, get your grades and attendance up and stay out of trouble so you will receive the freedoms of the Pass next time around.

Juniors: the Josten’s representative will be in the gym lobby today from 2:30 – 6:00 for class ring orders. He will also be here Thursday, September 6th at 11:00 for additional class ring orders.

There will be an Art Competition for Homecoming.  Create an artwork that depicts the panther mascot, if your artwork is selected as the High School winner you will receive a $10 gift card to Sonic and have your entry permanently displayed in the District.  Please see Mr. Basinger or Makayla Hodson for rules.

Next week is Homecoming Week!  Student Senate encourages everyone to get involved in the celebration, starting with dressing up for each of the Spirit Days: Monday - Movie Day (dress up as your favorite movie character); Tuesday - Dress to Impress Day; Wednesday- Pajama Day; Thursday - Hawaiian Day; and Friday- Neon Day.  Dress up each day and share a picture of yourself and your friends on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #KNHoCo2018 to earn spirit points for your class.

Homecoming Royalty nominations will occur during Panther Hour this Wednesday, so be thinking of whom you would like to nominate to represent your class.  The royalty election will occur next week.

Dance tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be sold next Monday through Friday, before school and during Panther Hour.  Singles' tickets will be $5.00 each, and couples' tickets will be $8.00 each. If you plan on bringing a date who is not a Knob Noster High School Student, you need to print off a Guest Permission Form, complete it, and return it to the office no later than next Tuesday.  The form can be found on the high school website under "Our School" and then "Publications."  (You can also click here)   Additionally, if you have a fine/fee to pay through the office, that must be done prior to purchasing dance tickets.

Tuesday, September 4 bulletin

Juniors: the Josten’s representative will be in the gym lobby on Wednesday, September 5th from 2:30 – 6:00 for class ring orders. He will also be here Thursday, September 6th at 11:00 for additional class ring orders.

There will be an Art Competition for Homecoming.  Create an artwork that depicts the panther mascot, if your artwork is selected as the High School winner you will receive a $10 gift card to Sonic and have your entry permanently displayed in the District.  Please see Mr. Basinger or Makayla Hodson for rules.

Wednesday, August 29 bulletin

World famous Stealth Panther Robotics is accepting new member applications online. Mandatory new member parent meeting Sept 11th at 6pm in the high school shop.  First full team meeting with new members September 18th. Thereafter, the off season training cycle will start and the full team will meet every Tuesday and Friday.  We will have two exciting competitions before the regular season launches in full Jan 5th. See our webpage in the student organizations TAB of the KNHS website to apply online.

 

Students and Staff:  If you want a yearbook from LAST year, I have some left.  I will send the overruns back on Sept 14.  If you want one, please let Mrs. Allen know as soon as possible.

Save $15 on this year's yearbook by purchasing before Sept 14.  This time next year they will sell for $50.

Calling all sophomores: We need your help! We need students to volunteer to work the volleyball concessions on 9/10, 9/18, 9/27, 10/8, and 10/11. Please see a sophomore sponsor to sign up. In addition, we need people to ride on our class float. Sign up is outside Mrs. Barnes's room.

Anyone interested in joining Art Club come to an informational meeting this Thursday in the Art room before school 7:20.

FCCLA members need to pay their $20 dues and turn in their membership form by September 3. Our first meeting will be September 10 during 1st lunch.

Sophomores: A successful future starts with planning; and it’s never too early to start. Career Day is an excellent opportunity to explore careers in Arts, Humanities and Communication; Business and Information Technology; Natural Resources and Agriculture; Health and Human Services; Industrial Technology and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Signups have begun for State Fair Community College’s Annual Career Day. Career Day will take place on September 25 and we have spots for the first 50 students that sign up. Today is the deadline to sign up in the front office. This is a great opportunity to explore career options that could help guide post-high school goal planning.

Seniors: The Horatio Alger Association gives out up to $25,000 in scholarships to a student who applies by October 25th. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA and be able to show financial need. For eligibility criteria and application procedures about this scholarship, visit scholars.horatioalger.org

Students interested in learning more about FBLA are invited to join us on Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 104.  The agenda includes several upcoming events so you will want to be there.  Who knows?  There may be food.