April 6, 2015


Seniors! We are looking for a few good artist to submit artwork for the cover of the graduation program.  If you would like to see examples of past covers or have any questions, please see Ms. Frankenburger in the library.  Submissions are due to Ms. Frankenburger by Monday, April 13th.

Seniors! Do you enjoy being in the spotlight or dream of singing in front of a large audience? Would you like to perform at graduation by singer the National Anthem or another song?  If so, auditions for graduation singers will be held on April 7th at 2:15 in the choir room, C202. Please sign up in the library with Ms. Frankenburger.  If you have any questions concerning auditioning, please see Ms. Nelson in C202.

Student Government will be selling Prom tickets in front of the elevator at lunch until April 17th. They will be $40 for a single and $75 for a couple. They will be more expensive at the door so get them soon!

Looking for a Job?  Come to the KCC Job Fair on April 8th from 8-10am.  Transportation is provided to and from KCC.  Sign up at the curriculum office.   See Mr. Christopherson in H206 or Mrs. Miller in F206 for information.  You should start preparing your resume.

iSchool summer school registration is now available.  You can print the registration forms from the iSchool website or pick up a form from the curriculum office or your counselor.
KCC will also offer summer school courses
May 26–June 12, classes run M-F from 8am-2:40pm
Pick up a registration form from the curriculum office or your counselor.  Transportation will be provided after school to "proximity stops".  Transportation to school is the responsibility of the student.
Each summer school class is $100.  You can pay online through Zangle parent connect or with Mrs.Thornton in the front office.  Attach your receipt to your registration and bring it to your counselor.

The final deadline to turn in your course request forms is Tomorrow !April 7th.  If you have not submitted your form to your counselor by Tuesday, your classes will be chosen for you.

Are you interested in getting .5 elective credit for doing community service? There are many things you can do around town that would count, like volunteering at an elementary school, the Imaginarium or the zoo. Would you also like to work on a political campaign, Bean's Cafe or Kids' Kitchen? All of these things and many more will qualify. Please go talk to Ms Kole in room F112 for more information. If you've been working on your hours, make sure you check in as well to get them recorded!


Key Club is meeting in room G109 at lunch on Monday