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Weekly Update

Hello this is Mr. Henry with your weekly informational call and email for

KiBe High School for the week of April 22-27, 2019


Educational Quote of the Month

Children must be taught how to think, not what to think -Margaret Mead

Please be sure that your child is at school every day and trying their best,

so they have the best opportunity to graduate on time!!


Are you interested in outdoor activities? Go Get Outdoors Foundation is a family-oriented group geared to helping individuals of all ages learn more about and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. We are sponsoring our first clinic on May 19th covering basic skills and knowledge in Fly Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Firearm Safety/Shooting Skills and Hunter Ethics/Conservation. This is an all-day event beginning at 8am. Gear, food, snacks and bottled water will be provided. Pick up an application at the office, space is limited to 10 so it’s a first come first serve process. Students will receive a free fishing pole. Please check out our GGOF Facebook page or contact Brian @ (509) 430-3126 or Ed @ (509) 737-7941 if you have questions

~Juniors, if you’re planning on attending a 4-year university, you must take either the SAT or ACT.  The deadline to sign up for the June test dates is May 3rd.  For more information, contact your counselor.

~There will be an athletic eligibility rules review meeting on April 25th at 6:00 pm in the high school library. Everyone is encouraged to come and be heard at the meeting  

~State testing begins for Juniors May 6th – 14 in Science, as well as, English and Math if not previously passed.  

~Homework Center will ONLY be open on Wednesday’s from 1:45-3:15.



~Our HS Attendance line is back up and running, contact our AWESOME attendance secretary at to excuse your student.

~Only 175 yearbook copies are ordered, you also receive a FREE digital copy. Buy a yearbook for $55 with ASB and $60 without ASB!

~ Heather’s Pantry at the high school is available to serve your needs for school supplies, clothes, or food. See your counselor.

~2-1-1 is a phone number for people to call for health and human service information, referrals and other assistance to meet their needs, including rental assistance, temporary shelter, legal assistance, food pantries, medical care and drug treatment.

~Migrant/Bilingual students, support is available before school, during lunch, and after school to 3:30 in Mrs. Raigoza’s classroom.



Seniors, Bear Paw’s for all to see at graduation for a minimal cost of $15. This is how it works, the senior, or parent/guardian of the senior, pays $15 to the ASB book-keeper Ms. Torres in the high school office. We hope each senior will join in this tradition.

~There are still about 28 seniors that have not purchased a cap and gown for graduation, visit or call (509) 238-4310 (A late fee of $10 will be applied).  If you cannot afford a cap & gown, contact Ms. P. 

~Herff Jones will be on campus on May 29th from 7:30-8:30am in the high school commons to deliver caps and gowns


ALL athletic and activity students MUST pass ALL classes to remain eligible for events or contests. Grades will be pulled again

April 10th and any student-athlete/activity participant who fails a class will be INELIGIBLE for at least one week.



April                22         Monday:          

23         Tuesday:          TN @ Connell 3:30, BB vs Warden 4, TK @ Wahluke3:30, SB vs Naches 5 

24         Wednesday:     CRT 1:40 Early Release

25         Thursday:         TN vs College Place 3:30                               

26         Friday:             SC vs Wahluke 4                     

27         Saturday:         TN @ Connell, SB @ Sunnyside Christian 11 & 1, BB vs River View 11 & 1                        

It’s a GREAT day to be a KiBe Bear!