Hello this is Mr. Henry with your weekly informational call and email for
KiBe High School for the week of February 17-21, 2020
National Teen Dating
Violence Awareness Month
Take the time to talk to your teen about your family’s beliefs and values concerning dating
As most of you know, we will need to run another Levy and the district is investigating all options. If you’re interested in working on the Levy Committee, please contact me or any other school administrators or the district office for information on how support our students.
~Are you a sophomore or junior who is interested in learning more about Running Start at CBC? There will be an info session on Thursday, February 20 from 6-7pm in the high school library.
~Juniors who are planning on applying to a 4-year university will need to take the SAT and/or the ACT this spring. Pay Ms. Torres $15 by February 28 to sign up to take the SAT at school on Wednesday, March 4th. A high enough score on the SAT will also meet a student’s pathway for graduation.
~Juniors and Seniors – Are you energetic and a positive influence? Do you enjoy the outdoors and want to contribute to our community? Then you should consider applying to be a Camp Wooten Counselor. Applications may now be picked up in the High School Office.
~Sophomores and Juniors interested in WSU Tri Cities Running Start, you are invited to their Running Start Information Night March 25th. Contact your counselor for more information.
~KiBe High School will be hosting "Strong Families Parenting Classes" in English starting February 19th. Focusing on parental communication, positive reinforcement, and strengthening Community Bonds. We will be providing child care and dinner for free. We encourage any family to attend to help build stronger relationships. If you have any questions, please contract Mr. Tovar.
~Are you interested in learning more about apprenticeship opportunities? Join us on February 19th at CBC’s Apprenticeship 101 Fair. The bus will leave KiBe at 1:15pm and return by 4:30pm. See your counselor for a permission form.
~ “ATTENDANCE MATTERS”, so please have your students at school on-time every day to give to them the best opportunity to graduate on time!
~KiBe High School recognizes that sometimes students need support to deal with problems/issues that they are experiencing at school or home. KiBe High School is offering support groups for students who need to work on these issues. Our goal is to improve life-skills and promote success in school and life after graduation. Contact with Ms. Placido to get more information about the referral process. (509) 588-2188 or firstname.lastname@example.org
~Homework Center is open and times are 2:45-3:30 on Tuesday & Thursday and Wednesday from 1:45-2:45.
~Yearbooks are on sale for $55.00, You can also purchase an e-copy instead of a paper copy for $20.00. Reserve your copy today!
2020 GRADUATES AND PARENTS:
Any athlete still having 2 or more “Fs” WILL NOT be eligible until they prove to the athletic director that they are passing 5 of 6 classes. Students who are unable to get their grades above “D” throughout the season will remain in tutoring or working with their teacher to raise grade!
EVENTS & HOME ATHLETICS: vs = HOME, @ = AWAY
February 17 Monday:
18 Tuesday: Boys Basketball Districts @ Wahluke TBD 6:00
19 Wednesday: Advisory Day: Character Strong Lesson 18, 1:40 PLC Release
20 Thursday: Wrestling leave for State
21 Friday: State Wrestling @ Tacoma Dome
22 Saturday: State Wrestling @ Tacoma Dome
Updated Athletic Information can be found at scacconference.org
First day of Spring Sports Practices (Baseball, Boys Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track) is March 2nd.
Please be sure to complete Final Forms online, if you have any questions call 588-2140.
It’s a GREAT day to be a KiBe Bear!