Hello this is Mr. Henry with your weekly informational call and email for
KiBe High School for the week of Feb. 19-23, 2019
Educational Quote of the Month
Education is the passport to the future,
for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. . . .
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!!
~CONGRATULATIONS: Alejandro Llerenas for placing 5th and Maloree Calzadillas for placing 1st at State.
~Welcome back and thank you to our maintenance crews for braving the winter weather last week and plowing our schools. Mother Nature really didn’t want us to go to school last week. This week shows a much better forecast.
If you have a Facebook account and want to read a great page and be in the know at KiBe High counseling. Please look up “Kiona-Benton City High School Counseling” page for great inspiration and information from our awesome counselors. Information like “Growth Mindset Mondays”, academics, careers, college, and much more!
~First day for Spring Sports is next Monday, February 25th, please have your Final Forms completed and ASB paid prior to first practice day. If you help, stop by the high school office or call 588-2145.
~WSU Tri-Cities will host a College Planning Day, March 12th from 9am to Noon. This event is for juniors that are interested in getting information from colleges from around the state. Students will have the opportunity to visit with four different representatives to help with making decisions about the college they want to attend. A bus will be available to take students to this event, but they must have a permission slip signed and turned into their counselor. Parents can also attend this event, contact the counseling dept. if you are interested.
~Running Start information night this Tuesday, February 19th from 6-7pm in the high school library. Attending is the first step in becoming a Running Start student.
~Sophomores and Juniors who are interested in attending Tri Tech next year need to get an application in the office. Applications are due to the counselors by March 22nd.
~ 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.
~Homework Center is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 2:45 – 3:30 and NOW on Wednesday’s 1:45 – 3:00 in the library.
~Migrant/Bilingual students, support is available before school, during lunch, and after school to 3:30 in Mrs. Raigoza’s classroom.
2019 SENIORS AND PARENTS:
~Seniors, honor cord applications were passed out in Mr. Edwards’ class. If you were absent or do not have his class, it is your responsibility to get one from Ms. P. In order to receive any honor cords, you must complete the application and turn it into Ms. P by March 7th at 3pm. Late applications will not be accepted.
~Order your cap and gown for graduation, visit thegradoutlet.com or call (509) 238-4310 (A late fee of $10 will be applied). If you cannot afford a cap & gown, contact Ms. P.
~Also Seniors, have you completed the FASFA or WASFA forms to receive state and federal aid to help pay for college. Do so ASAP, if you need help, contact your counselor.
ALL athletic and activity students MUST pass ALL classes to remain eligible for events or contests. Grades will be pulled again
March 6th and any student-athlete/activity participant who fails a class will be INELIGIBLE for at least one week.
ATHLETICS & SCHOOL EVENTS: vs = HOME, @ = AWAY
February 19 Monday:
21 Wednesday: CRT early release
It’s a GREAT day to be a KiBe Bear!