Daily Announcements

  • CHIEF CHATTER
    Wednesday, May 12, 2021 

    All Students:

    • Attention current Juniors!! All incoming seniors must have received one dose of the Meningococcal vaccine after their 16th birthday in order to start school in the fall. Please bring documentation of your vaccine to the nurse before school is out!

    • Fines and Fees: Students can see their fines and fees through My School Bucks account. Please sign up for an account and check there to see if you owe anything. Library fees should be paid directly to the Library. Questions, see Mrs. Miller in the Financial Office.

    • Seeking donations for Project Graduation! If you would like to donate any type of prize, gift card or money, for the Class of 2021 as they celebrate their graduation, please drop it by or mail to the KHS office, attention Chris Hunsaker.

    • Springfield Public Schools (SPS) will be hosting a Future Educator, Meet and Greet Informational Session, next Thursday, May 13th from 4:30pm – 5:30pm. The SPS Future Educator Program is a district-wide initiative and component of Focus Area V that identifies underrepresented and under-resourced students at the High School and College level who will become the future educators of tomorrow. This program will consist of two pathways that will support students during their journey to becoming educational professionals. The goals of the Future Educator program are to: · Develop and support racially and culturally diverse students who have identified a passion for the education profession. · To increase the number of teachers within SPS, who reflect the racial and cultural diversity of the student body. · Create a new generation of SPS educators who are culturally conscious, global citizens committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable and affirming learning environment. · Retain and support racially and culturally diverse SPS educators. We would like to invite you and any student(s) you are aware of that would be interested in the Future Educator Program to attend our Meet and Greet Informational Session, next Thursday, May 13th from 4:30pm – 5:30pm at the Kraft Administrative Center (1359 E St Louis St, Springfield, MO 65802).

    Yearbooks!!!

    • Yearbook distribution will begin Monday, May 10 in the Commons during third block only and will run through Wednesday. If you ordered online or have your receipt in hand please come to the yearbook tables with your SCHOOL ID to receive your book.
    • You may not pick up a book for a sibling or friend.
    • We have approximately 30 books available to sell. These will be available Wednesday at the yearbook tables on a first come, first serve basis. Books are $55.00, please bring check or exact cash. We cannot accept cards.
    • We will not hold or pre-sell a book before this time.
    • If you have a concern, or you are not hear third block, you may email Ms. Orman at laorman@spsmail.org or come by room 201 during second block.

    Library Media Center:

    Seniors – all library materials are past due.
    All library materials are due back to library by May 14th.

    Seniors:

    • Senior NHS members that earned their honor cords can pick them up starting Monday May17th-20th BEFORE SCHOOL & BETWEEN CLASSES (only) in Mr. Wilbur’s room S202. Must have KHS ID badge to receive your cords – no exceptions.

    • Seniors!! Please pay your fees as soon as possible. Check the list posted on the windows in the commons. If your name is posted, please either pay on-line after you make a My School Bucks Account or see Mrs. Miller in the Financial Office.

    • Baccalaureate will be held on Sunday, May 16, 2:00 p.m. at High Street Baptist Church, 900 N. Eastgate 
    • Please stop by the Main Office to pick up your cap & gown, or if you need to purchase one.

    • Final Transcript Requests: The school office will need to send your final transcript to the college you will be attending. Final transcripts ARE NOT automatically sent by your high school. You must request that a final transcript be sent to the college that you have chosen to attend by completing the form that was enclosed in the summer mailing and return it to Mrs. Nadherny in the Counseling Center by Friday, May 21st. If you have taken courses for both college and high school credit, you must also request that the transcript from your college credit be sent to your chosen college. This request is made directly to the college from which you received college credit.

    • Commencement Rehearsal will be held at 9:00 a.m. in the gymnasium on Friday, May 21. Students will receive valuable last chance information regarding Commencement, transcripts, fines that need to be paid, incomplete class work, etc. All seniors must attend.

    • KHS Commencement exercises will be held on Friday, May 21st at 7:00 p.m. at Missouri State University in the JQH Arena. Parents and friends should not arrive before 6:00 p.m. Each graduate will receive 8 tickets for admittance to Commencement.

    • Project Graduation will be held at KHS in the Commons right after Commencement on Friday, May 21st from 9:00-10:00 p.m. The evening will include fun times, quiet times, games and prizes. Make plans to attend this celebration. 

    Club Announcements:

    • DECA will have a meeting after school at 2:55pm on Wednesday in Room 214.  If you’ve been thinking of joining next year or if you’d like to be an officer come to this quick, informational meeting!!!! 
    • Youth Alive:  Youth Alive will meet Thursday right after school in Mrs. Fink’s room 226.  Everyone is welcome!  You don’t have to be in Youth Alive to attend.

    Today’s Events:

    1. JV/V Girls Soccer vs. Glendale @ Glendale, 5:00 pm 

     

    Happy Birthday from STUCO:
    Emilia Belcolore, Rylie Bump, Schafer Conti 

    You Share Your Birthday With:
    Tony Hawk, Rami Malek, Summer McKeen 

    Thought for the Day:
     You might not make it to the top, but if you are doing what you love, there is much more happiness there than being rich or famous. -Tony Hawk