Daily Bulletin

Kennett High School Bulletin for Tuesday, April 25, 2017

ACT TEST DATES & DEADLINES

If you missed registering for the April 8th ACT, the registration deadline has been extended to this Friday, March 24th. Visit www.actstudent.org to register.
ACT TEST DATE: 04/8/17;Registration Deadline: 3/3/2017; Act Scores Available: 4/18/17. ACT TEST DATE: 06/10/2017;Registration Deadline 05/05/2017; Act Scores Available: 06/20/2017. If you missed registering for the April 8th ACT, the registration deadline has been extended to this Friday, March 24th. Visit www.actstudent.org to register.

Scholarships:

MAHEO Scholarship: If you are a senior with a 2.75 gpa who lives in government housing, stop by Mrs. Crossno's office for an application for a $1000 scholarship. Application deadline is noon on March 30th.
ASU Scholarships: Seniors can go to www.astate.edu/scholarships to find our privately funded scholarships application. One application applies you for hundreds of scholarships donated by our generous A-State alumni. The amounts range from $100 to $10,000 in scholarship dollars. The criteria could be anything from academic, need-based, where you’re from, or even what you’re going to study.
Nursing Schools Almanac Scholarship: If you are a senior interested in the nursing profession and have high grades in science and math, see Mrs. Crossno about a Nursing scholarship.
You can also visit: http://www.nursingschoolsalmanac.com/categories/missouri for nursing school resources.
SEMO Superintendents Association Scholarship: Any senior planning on going to college and pursing a degree in K-12 education, see Mrs. Crossno for application information. This is a $750 scholarship and the application is due March 1st. Education Majors: Don't let this opportunity pass you by!!
Any junior or senior interested in learning more about College of the Ozarks, a rep will be here on Friday, Feb. 17th at 8:30. Sign up outside the counselors' office, if interested.
First State Community Bank William H. Cooper Memorial Leadership Scholarship - If you are a senior planning on furthering your education in a business-related field, don't miss this $5000 scholarship opportunity!! See Mrs. Crossno for application instructions. Deadline is March 15th. Family members of FSCB employees may not apply.
Missouri Courage Scholarship (MCS) acknowledges, affirms, and rewards the courage of those graduating seniors who have demonstrated their willingness to work for change in their community to advance the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) people and other historically marginalized groups. Last year, than $10,000 to eight students from across the state was awarded. Please visit http://tinyurl.com/MCS2017Application to apply.
If you would like to know what it's really like to be a business student at Mizzou, The Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business may be just for you!
The Trulaske Leaders Academy will be held Friday, April 14th, 2017 on Mizzou's campus. Check-in will begin at 8:00 am. The program will begin at 9:00 am and will conclude at 2:30 pm. The cost for the event is $25, which includes lunch, all activities, parking, and a t-shirt. We encourage all high school seniors interested in business and leadership to apply. You can apply online at trulaskeleadership.com under the Trulaske Leadership Academy tab. Applicants must submit an online application no later than Wednesday March 22, 2017.
If you live in any of the following apartments and have at least a 2.75 gpa, see Mrs. Crossno for a MAHEO Scholarship application. Kennett Apartments (Astrachan Court), Bradley Apartments, North Towne Villa (on Floyd Street), Ely Walker Apartments The deadline is March 30 (during Spring Break), so see Mrs. Crossno today or tomorrow for an application and help.

Attention Seniors:

All Senior debt must be paid prior to graduation. Please stop by the office to make sure you do not owe any money !!!!!!

ACT Online Prep Course We have enrolled every Junior in our online, Odysseyware, ACT Prep Course. An informational letter was sent home to every Junior parent explaining the details. You can access that letter by following the link. Your text to link... You can also find this information on our District website at, http://www.kennett.k12.mo.us.


Juniors & Seniors:

If you are interested in a career in medicine, Mizzou is offering MizzouMedPrep where students will explore careers in healthcare, enhance self-awareness through personality assessment, and connect with peers, students, staff and faculty in healthcare. To register visit http://medicine.missouri.edu/medprep/medical-explorations.html.
Online workshop: June 23 – July 7, 2017 Campus visit: July 7, 2017, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center – 1 Hospital Drive, CSE CE 617, Columbia, MO 65212
Fee: $50 – Financial Assistance Available, See Mrs. Crossno w/questions

Lifeguard Anyone interested in becoming a lifeguard and working at the Sheryl Crow Aquatic Center. Please sign up in Mrs. Lisa Wood's classroom(VocTech Building) or call Mrs. Stokleu at 888-4200. You must be at least 15 years old.


Student Council Officers:

Sign up to run for STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS for 2017-18 will be April 24 through April 26 with elections held on Wednesday, May 3 in language arts classes. In order to run for secretary or vice president of Student Council, a student must have been a member of KHS Student Council for at least one previous year. To run for president, a student must have been a member of KHS Student Council for at least two previous years. Service does not have to be the year prior to election. All candidates MUST sign the ballot list posted in B Building AND submit a paragraph stating why he or she would be a good candidate NO LATER THAN 2:35 p.m. on April 26 to Mrs. Brown in B-1. Sign up to run for CLASS OFFICERS for 2017-18 will be April 24 through April 26 with elections held on Wednesday, May 3 in the language arts classes. All Class Officer candidates MUST sign the ballot list posted in B Building AND submit a paragraph stating why he or she would be a good candidate NO LATER THAN 2:35 p.m. on April 26 to Mrs. Brown in B-1. Sign up to run for Student Council REPRESENTATIVES will be April 24 through April 26 with elections held on Thursday, May 4 in the language arts classes. All Student Council Representative candidates MUST sign the ballot list posted in B Building AND submit a paragraph stating why he or she would be a good candidate NO LATER THAN 2:35 p.m. on April 26 to Mrs. Brown in B-1.
Campaigning for all elections will be April 27th through the day of the election. Students may hang up posters and/or signs and pass out campaign stickers beginning April 27th.
Campaigning Rules for All Elections: 1) Signs and/or stickers must be approved by the Principal's Office; 2) Only use tape or adhesive that is safe for painted walls; 3) No signs or stickers on lockers; 4) Giveaway items (candy, suckers, pencils, etc.) of monetary value are NOT PERMITTED; 5) All campaign signs must be taken down by the candidate by the end of the day after the election; 6) Students are allowed to run for both Student Council officer and class officer for the same year if they so choose.
Campaign rules are posted in B Building and candidates may obtain a copy from Mrs. Brown in B-1 if needed.

FTA Officers

Congratulations to the following 2017-2018 FTA Officers:
President: McKenzie Parr
Vice President: Alexsis Pender
Secretary: Lexi Ligons
Treasurer: Rodney Thomas

Kennett SWIM TEAM

Kennett Swim Team Registraion, April 26th, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Registration Fee is $75.00. This is for athletes age 5-18 who are interested in competitive swimming... Suits are $60.00 for female and $40.00 for males. Suits will be available to try on for sizing on Wednesday.

Announcements Week of April 24


Class Ring Delivery !!!!

Class rings will be delivered on May 1st, 11:22am-12:42 pm ion the school lobby. You can pay with cash, check or money order. If you need to pay with a credit card or debit card please contact Jostens within 48 hours of delivery at 573-546-7366.

Before and After School Tutoring

Before School Tutoring: Monday-Friday 6:30-7:30 in the cafeteria and Library.
After School Tutoring: Monday-Thursday 2:30-3:45
After School Enrichment: Monday-Thursday 3:45-4:45
After School Supper: 4:45-5:00 Bus transportation provided afterwards

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