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KHHS News November 19

11/19/21

Important Dates:
Dec 2 Walker Winterfest (HS Performance)
Dec 9 Holiday Concert
Dec 15 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 16 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 17 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 20-31 Winter Holiday Break
Jan 3 School Resumes 2 nd Semester begins

Senior All Night Party
Senior All Night Party Reminders Seniors, if you have not signed up for the senior all night party, the current fee is $125, which is due by December 17. After the 17th, it will increase to $150. Parents should have received the forms via email. If you need the forms please email schulte.janemom24@gmail.com. Thank you!

Students of the Week
Christopher Taylor
Sienna Gonzalez
Sutton Tutas
Ava Paskewicz
Noah Williams
Page Yancey
Zach Danevicz
Eleanor Widmaier

KHMS News November 19

11/19/21

Congratulations to the Students of the Week!!
6th Grade: Lyla Roosenberg
7th Grade: Alivia Denhof
8th Grade: Andrew Lake

Kenowa Hills Mental Health Spirit Week!
The Middle School is teaming up with the Kenowa Hills Student Mental Health Team and would love to see all of our Knights participate in the mental health spirit week when we return from break, November 29 - December 3.

  • Mellow Monday and Tie Dye Tuesday to bring some comfort and brightness into the school week.
  • Wear Green Wednesday to support destigmatizing mental health challenges.
  • Therapeutic Thursday and Feel Good Friday will wrap up the week.

We are looking forward to seeing you feel comfortable, relaxed, and focused during this mental health spirit week!

KHMS News November 12

11/12/21

Congratulations to the Students of the Week!
6th Grade: Julia Poplaski
7th Grade: Max Raymond
8th Grade: Jacob Kolenda

Upcoming Dates:
November 19: End of Trimester 1
November 22-26: No School-Thanksgiving Break

Take a look at the job openings available at the Middle School!
https://www.applitrack.com/khps/onlineapp/

Zinser Elementary News November 12

11/12/21

This Week’s Showcase
Our students and staff are thrilled to be able to go on field trips again this year. So far some of our classes have gone to pumpkin patches, Art Prize, and coming up a trip to Van Andel Arena to see the GR Griffins play. Thank you for your continued support and to Zinser’s amazing Family Council for making these field trips happen.

School News and Happenings
This week Thursday, Zinser Students and Staff wore Red, White, & Blue to school to honor America’s Veterans. We thank each and every one of you for your service.

KHHS News November 12

11/12/21

Hello Kenowa Families,

As I stated last week, I am excited for the start of our Winter athletic season.

The play "Night of January 16th" also continues tonight and Saturday evening. It is a terrific show and I would recommend it for a nice evening of entertainment.

As we get to the end of our first semester, it is always important to remind everyone to finish the semester strong! Stay in touch with teachers and keep up the good work.

Have a great weekend.

Nate

IMPORTANT Dates
Nov 12-13 Fall Play-Night of Jan 16th
Nov 18 Marching Knights in Concert 7pm in the PAC
Nov 22-23 No School for Students
Nov 24-26 No School Students and Staff
Dec 15 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 16 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 17 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 20-31 Winter Holiday Break
Jan 3 School Resumes

Senior All Night Party Reminders
Seniors, if you have not signed up for the senior all night party, the current fee is $125, which is due by December 17. After the 17th, it will increase to $150. Parents should have received the forms via email. If you need the forms please email schulte.janemom24@gmail.com. Thank you!
Also, those seniors that ordered senior t-shirts and yard signs and have not yet picked them up, Mrs. Schulte will be available after school on Monday in the Commons until 3:15. She has been here multiple times, so if you are not able to pick up your products after school on Monday, the 15th, please email her at schulte.janemom24@gmail.com.

Congratulations to this Week’s Students of the Week!
Henry Jasper
Sophia Marvin
Avery Cole
Lilian Favila
Nolan Thayer
Ella Eitnear
Nikolay Allen
Treasa Bell

Alpine Elementary News November 12

11/12/21

BIRTHDAYS
Elisha
Isabelle
Lexy
Ariaella
Ella
Sparrow
Zekiel
David
Collin
Vera
Ryleigh
Emma
Makayla
Christian
Bethenny
Petrini
Matthew
Caitlynn
Dakota
Madox
Sergio
Genevie
Adelena
Carter
Samuel
Asher
Blake
Liam
Jaliyah

HIGH SCHOOL HOLIDAY CONCERT
We are excited to share that our high school band students will be performing for our students this year on November 19. They will be performing live for our 5th grade students ONLY while our other grades are able to tune in from their classrooms while it is streamed live. Our band will be marching to their busses upon departure where all students can join in listening to them outside.

i-READY MATH
i-Ready Math is an online program used by our elementary buildings for grades 3-5 that will help your child work on math activities at their level. i-Ready Personalized Instruction provides students with lessons based on their individual skill level and needs. These lessons are fun and interactive to keep your student engaged as they learn. Students follow the activities in their i-Ready “My Path” as those are activities assigned to them as a result of their i-Ready diagnostic test. This is a great program to have your child work in at home if you have a home device and an internet connection. Students access iReady through a program called Clever. They use their email address and password to log into Clever. They have the iReady app to click on once logged into Clever. Please contact your child’s teacher if you need assistance with login information.

TITLE I PARENT MEETING
We are holding our Title I/grant-funded programming parent meeting virtually once again this year dueto our current safety restrictions as well as due to the success we saw last year sharing it in this manner. We hope the information provided proves valuable. Parents may view the video to learn how our building uses our federal and state grant funds to support student learning. If there are any questions following, please feel free to reach out to our school’s office to ask! You can reach our office at 616-784-0884 or connect with the building principal, Jason Snyder, via email at jsnyder@khps.org.

Please take a moment to view the video linked below and complete the following survey to verify you have watched it. In doing so, you are helping us to meet one of our state/federal requirements. Thank you in advance for your time.

Parent Meeting Video Link:

Parent Survey/Participation Acknowledgement Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/... WALKER KIDS
Feeding Walker Kids is a FREE weekend lunch program offered during the school year. Please contact your child's teacher or the main office for an application.

SPIRIT WEAR
If you would like to purchase Kenowa Gear, you may visit www.khps.org and scroll down under the parent resource tab to the spirit store. You may also find the link here, https://apparelnow.com/kenowa-... TO STAY PROTOCOL
Please help your child understand the need to wear masks when inside. It is important for overall health but also a factor considered when determining close contacts and being able to provide students with an opportunity to remain IN PERSON if they are considered a close contact. Please keep in mind that if parents decide that their child takes advantage of our “Test to Stay” option when considered a close contact, students must be capable and diligent about wearing a mask at all times.

STUDENT DROP OFF AND PICK UP
As the weather turns colder or there is rain or snow, there may be more students who simply walk to and from their cars at drop off and pick up. Please continue to drive slowly through our visitor lot loop and be watchful for students crossing the roadway.

PTO NEWS
Next meeting November 16, 2021 at 6pm
khpsalpinepto@gmail.com

Central Elementary News November 5

11/05/21

Central SHINES! Winners of this week’s SHINES award are:
Landon V.
Adelyn R.
Savanna D.
Lorelai B.
Graham C.
Emmalyn O.
Shawn H.
Harper H.
Deyonis H.
Bob T.
McKenna J.
Isabella M.
Hailey B.
Collins B.
Venture M.
Alex L.
Sydney V.
Cecelia R.
Ava G.
Reese M.
Kierra P.
Noah P.
Conner K.
Ciel C.
Parker B.

KH Middle School Dance Clinic
$50 Registration fee / $25 Optional t-shirt
Who: Current KH Middle School students are invited to dance with KH Varsity & JV Dance!
When: Saturday, Dec. 11 / 11:00am-1:00pm & Sunday, Dec. 12 / 12:00pm-2:00pm
Where: KH High School Main Gym
How do I register: Visit https://tinyurl.com/khdanceclinic
*REGISTER BY NOV. 14 TO GUARANTEE A SHIRT!

K-5th Grade Youth Wrestling – 2021-22 Wrestling Signs-ups
November 16 & 18, 6-7:30 pm, KHHS Wrestling Room
Practices begin after Thanksgiving Break and are Tuesdays and Thursdays
$70 per season (extra charges may apply)
Beginners: 6-7:15 pm
Advanced (2+ years experience): 6-8:15 pm
Season begins November and runs through March. Tournaments for advanced wrestlers are typically Sundays in the region, with two out of region tournaments scheduled.
More info at sign-ups. Questions: Doug Reich, kenowahillsyouthwrestling@gmail.com

Kenowa Hills 5th & 6th Grade Girls Cheer Tryouts:
Parent meeting November 18 at 6pm in the middle school cafeteria.

Knights Basketball Academy
The Knights Basketball Academy and The Elk’s Lodge presents: The Hoop Shoot FREE-Throw Contest!
Visit www.elks.org/hoopshoot for more information. The Hoop Shoot Program promotes: integrity, hard work, family time in practicing and competing, and good sportsmanship through winning and losing. The Knights Basketball Academy has teamed up once again with the Elk’s Lodge to present this great opportunity for our students.

Who: Any 8-9, 10-11, or 12-13 year old from Kenowa Hills (age on April 1, 2021). There will be 24 competitions, with the top individual from each division and each school (Alpine, Central, Zinser, and the MS) advancing to the city competition at Kenowa Hills High School.
Divisions: Girls ages 8-9, Girls ages 10-11, Girls ages 12-13, Boys ages 8-9, Boys ages 10-11, Boys ages 12-13 (all from EACH school)

Where: Zinser Elementary Gym

When: Saturday, November 20, from 12-2 pm. *The city competition is December 11th from 1-3pm at Zinser (for those who qualify).

Why: To enjoy a healthy shooting competition and see how far you can go! The sky’s the limit! If you love basketball or want to improve, this is a great competition for you!

How: Just show up on the 20th, and sign up with a form, it’s FREE! Make sure you’re practicing your FREE throws!

KHMS News November 5

11/05/21

Upcoming Dates:
November 19: End of Trimester 1
November 22-26: No School-Thanksgiving Break

*****Pick Up Reminder!!!
Please start 2 lines by the tennis courts. Right Lane is used as a wait lane for student(s) to enter the vehicle. Left Lane is a pass lane after a student enters the vehicle.
WAIT=RIGHT LANE DROP & GO’s=LEFT LANE
Please do not park in the middle of the lot! Note for Drop Offs! Students who wait in the car till doors open, please stay to the Right. Students who drop and go, please stay to the Left.

Girls Scouts:
Join us: www.gsmists.org/join
Renew: www.gsmists.org/renew

KHHS News November 5

11/05/21

IMPORTANT Dates
Nov 11-13 Fall Play-Night of Jan 16th
Nov 22-23 No School for Students
Nov 24-26 No School Students and Staff
Dec 15 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 16 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 17 ½ day for Students-Exams
Dec 20-31 Winter Holiday Break
Jan 3 School Resumes

KHHS Fall Play
Night of January 16th by Ayn Rand
November 11, 12, and 13 at 7:00pm
Tickets are $8.00 and may be purchased at www.khps.org/pac.

Night of January 16th is a drama set in a courtroom during a murder trial where members of the audience are the jury. The court hears the case of Karen Andre, a former secretary to businessman Bjorn Faulkner, of whose murder she is accused. The play does not directly portray the events leading to Faulkner's death; instead the jury must rely on character testimony to decide whether Andre is guilty. The play's ending depends on the verdict voted on by the audience.

Senior All Night Party Reminders
Seniors, if you have not signed up for the senior all night party, the current fee is $125, which is due by December 17. After the 17th, it will increase to $150. Parents should have received the forms via email. If you need the forms please email schulte.janemom24@gmail.com. Thank you! Also those seniors that ordered senior t-shirts and were not able to pick them up after school on Thursday, senior mom’s will be here during lunches on Monday.

Congratulations to this week’s Students of the Week
Devin Depuy
Jeanette Dudley
William Landero-Viveros
Olivia Wacker
Alex Lavengood
Sydney Le
Andre McClain
Stacey Appeaning

Zinser Elementary November 5

11/05/21

Mental Health Corner, by Conor Dahlquist, School Psychologist
Hello Zinser Parents! October has come and gone and now we find ourselves in November with the leaves finally changing, and Winter on the horizon. October included challenges and difficulties that our Zinser community was not expecting. It is important to communicate about and reflect on the difficult and challenging experiences in our lives, however we must not forget to also reflect on the positive things happening everyday.
The November theme for True Success, the student Social-Emotional learning curriculum, covers the concept of Gratitude. The staff at Zinser will also be focusing attention on Mindfulness. Gratitude is a concept that I am sure many of you are very familiar with, however you might not be aware of the psychological research and benefits giving thanks can have on an individual - Research Article. Mindfulness centers around the notion of maintaining moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations and surrounding environment.
Our staff and students will be exploring these concepts in class throughout the month of November. Active participation in fostering Mindfulness and Gratitude in our students and yourselves can increase happiness as well as improve our general mental health.

Girls Scouts:
Join us: www.gsmists.org/join
Renew: www.gsmists.org/renew

K-5th Grade Youth Wrestling – 2021-22 Wrestling Signs-ups
November 16 & 18, 6-7:30 pm, KHHS Wrestling Room
Practices begin after Thanksgiving Break and are Tuesdays and Thursdays
$70 per season (extra charges may apply)
Beginners: 6-7:15 pm
Advanced (2+ years experience): 6-8:15 pm
Season begins November and runs through March. Tournaments for advanced wrestlers are typically Sundays in the region, with two out of region tournaments scheduled.
More info at sign-ups. Questions: Doug Reich, kenowahillsyouthwrestling@gmail.com

Kenowa Hills 5th & 6th Grade Girls Cheer Tryouts:
Parent meeting November 18 at 6pm in the middle school cafeteria.

Knights Basketball Academy
The Knights Basketball Academy and The Elk’s Lodge presents: The Hoop Shoot FREE-Throw Contest!
Visit www.elks.org/hoopshoot for more information. The Hoop Shoot Program promotes: integrity, hard work, family time in practicing and competing, and good sportsmanship through winning and losing. The Knights Basketball Academy has teamed up once again with the Elk’s Lodge to present this great opportunity for our students.

Who: Any 8-9, 10-11, or 12-13 year old from Kenowa Hills (age on April 1, 2021). There will be 24 competitions, with the top individual from each division and each school (Alpine, Central, Zinser, and the MS) advancing to the city competition at Kenowa Hills High School.
Divisions: Girls ages 8-9, Girls ages 10-11, Girls ages 12-13, Boys ages 8-9, Boys ages 10-11, Boys ages 12-13 (all from EACH school)

Where: Zinser Elementary Gym

When: Saturday, November 20, from 12-2 pm. *The city competition is December 11th from 1-3pm at Zinser (for those who qualify).

Why: To enjoy a healthy shooting competition and see how far you can go! The sky’s the limit! If you love basketball or want to improve, this is a great competition for you!

How: Just show up on the 20th, and sign up with a form, it’s FREE! Make sure you’re practicing your FREE throws!

Zinser Elementary News October 29

10/29/21

True Success
The Kenowa Hills Personal Mastery model of instruction involves engaging each student to
master, retain, and apply needed curriculum for a successful future. Personal Mastery also means an increase in collaboration, encouraging teamwork, problem solving, and better understanding of each other’s thinking and perspectives. This area is known as Social Emotional Learning (SEL).
At Zinser Elementary we believe that success with core curriculum is promoted with Social Emotional Learning skills such as self-awareness and interpersonal communication. We dedicate time to supplement the skills you are teaching at home with a program called True Success. In the classroom, your child is given two brief True Success lessons per week that prompt discussion and collaboration. True Success has developed a bridging activity to share with families that we are excited to share with all of you. Each week you will find a video, a discussion question and a printable activity that relate to our theme for the month. The True Success themes for each month are- Respect, Responsibility, Gratitude, Self-Control, Grit, Courage, Encouragement, Compassion and Integrity.

What is i-Ready Math?
iReady Math is an online program used by our elementary buildings that will help your child work on math activities at their level. i-Ready Personalized Instruction provides students with lessons based on their individual skill level and needs. These lessons are fun and interactive to keep your student engaged as they learn. Students follow the activities in their i-Ready “My Path” as those are activities assigned to them as a result of their i-Ready diagnostic test. This is a Great program to have your child work in at home if you have a home device and an internet connection. Our mathematics program we use at school is called Bridges Mathematics and this program is what your child will be instructed in at school daily. iReady is an additional online program for students to work on at home to help students fill gaps in their learning due to any COVID-19 learning losses. Students access iReady through a program called Clever. The Clever URL is linked here. They use their email address and password to log into Clever. They have the iReady app to click on once logged into Clever. Please contact your child’s teacher if you need assistance with login information.
Where can my student and I see the progress being made? You and your student can monitor progress by clicking on My Progress in the bottom navigation bar. On the My Progress page, you will be able to see: 1. Time-On-Task: The number of minutes your student has spent this week on i-Ready Personalized Instruction 2. Lessons Passed: The total number of lessons your student has passed this school year 3. Lesson Streak: How many lessons your student has passed in a row 4. Completed Work: The name and quiz score for each lesson your student has taken

Central Elementary News October 29

10/29/21

Reminders & News
November 1 - Pajama Day
November 2 - Virtual PTO Meeting @ 6:30 pm
November 22 - 26 No School (Staff Development & Thanksgiving)
December 15, 16, 17 - Half Days
December 20 - 31 - No School (Winter Holidays)
January 17 - No School
Stay tuned for Spring Concert information after the New Year.

Central Shines! Winners of This Week’s SHINES award:
Daniel W-W.
Nolan H.
Brock F.
Connor H.
Lucas Z-U.
Evelyn S.
Xeli W.
Amara C.
Pierce C.
Addisyn W.
Marco R.
Drake S.
Roxy K.
Hunter S.
Knox N.
Arianna D.
Dylan B.
Zachary F.
Ashleine M.
Lainey V.
Elliot X.


Alpine Elementary News October 29

10/29/21

Alpine BEST Stands For:
Be a leader, show Excellence, be Safe and be Trustworthy

This month’s True Success focus: RESPONSIBILITY
#1 -You are RESPONSIBLE for your attitude.
#2 -Your effort reflects RESPONSIBILITY.
#3 -Choices online are your RESPONSIBILITY.
#4- RESPONSIBILITY affects those around you.

BIRTHDAYS
Elisha
Isabelle
Lexy
Ariaella
Ella
Sparrow
Zekiel
David
Collin
Vera
Ryleigh
Emma
Makayla
Christian
Bethenny
Petrini
Matthew
Caitlynn
Dakota
Madox
Sergio
Genevie
Adelena
Carter
Samuel
Asher
Blake
Liam
Jaliyah

PTO NEWS
Next meeting November 16, 2021 at 6pm | khpsalpinepto@gmail.com

Social Media
Please be sure to like our school's Facebook page at "Kenowa Hills Alpine Elementary". Follow daily/weekly happenings and celebrations. It is also another resource for school information. Also, follow and like our Music FB page for Alpine and Zinser, "A to Z Music". -Ms Majchrzak

FALL FUNDRAISER RESULTS, CELEBRATIONS AND PICK UP INFORMATION
Our total sales were $13,229 which means we earned $6,614.50 to support our school!
IMPORTANT DATES:

November 11th - Product Pick-Up day.

  • Orders should be picked up at the back entrance by the gym between 3pm and 5pm.
  • If a student had a small order they will go home with them personally.
  • If anyone can not pick up their order during the set time or you do not want your order sent home with your student please email the PTO at khpsalpinepto@gmail.com to make other arrangements.

November 11th - Ice Cream and Pizza Party. Students who sold 10+ items will enjoy a Pizza Party instead of their normal lunch and an ice cream party. Students who sold 5+ items will enjoy an ice cream party.

WHAT IS i-READY MATH?
i-Ready Math is an online program used by our elementary buildings for grades that will help your child work on math activities at their level.

i-Ready Personalized Instruction provides students with lessons based on their individual skill level and needs. These lessons are fun and interactive to keep your student engaged as they learn. Students follow the activities in their i-Ready “My Path” as those are activities assigned to them as a result of their i-Ready diagnostic test.

This is a great program to have your child work in at home if you have a home device and an internet connection. Our mathematics program we use at school is called Bridges Mathematics and this program is what your child will be instructed in at school daily. iReady is an additional online program for students to work on at home to help students fill gaps in their learning due to any COVID-19 learning losses. Students access iReady through a program called Clever. The Clever URL is linked here. They use their email address and password to log into Clever. They have the iReady app to click on once logged into Clever. Please contact your child’s teacher if you need assistance with login information.

Where can my student and I see the progress being made? You and your student can monitor progress by clicking on My Progress in the bottom navigation bar.
On the My Progress page, you will be able to see:
1. Time-On-Task: The number of minutes your student has spent this week on i-Ready Personalized Instruction
2. Lessons Passed: The total number of lessons your student has passed this school year
3. Lesson Streak: How many lessons your student has passed in a row
4. Completed Work: The name and quiz score for each lesson your student has taken

TITLE I PARENT MEETING
We are holding our Title I/grant-funded programming parent meeting virtually once again this year due to our current safety restrictions as well as due to the success we saw last year sharing it in this manner. We hope the information provided proves valuable. Parents may view the video to learn how our building uses our federal and state grant funds to support student learning. If there are any questions following, please feel free to reach out to our school’s office to ask! You can reach our office at 616-784-0884 or connect with the building principal, Jason Snyder, via email at jsnyder@khps.org.
Please take a moment to view the video linked below and complete the following survey to verify you have watched it. In doing so, you are helping us to meet one of our state/federal requirements. Thank you in advance for your time.
Parent Meeting Video Link:

Parent Survey/Participation Acknowledgement Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17xp-e2CtDtmncAKp51zOTjN-M_huFg3H_5NvRwzFfbo/edit

FEEDING WALKER KIDS
Feeding Walker Kids is a FREE weekend lunch program offered during the school year. Please contact your child's teacher or the main office for an application.

SPIRIT WEAR
If you would like to purchase Kenowa Gear, you may visit www.khps.org and scroll down under the parent resource tab to the spirit store.

Central Elementary News October 22

10/22/21

Reminders & News
October 22 & 26 - Parent & Teacher Conferences (online or phone)
October 22 - Half Day (Conferences)
November 22 - 26 No School (Staff Development & Thanksgiving)
December 15, 16, 17 - Half Days
December 20 - 31 - No School (Winter Holidays)
January 17 - No School
Stay tuned for Spring Concert information after the New Year.

Kenowa Hills Elementary Student Fun Night
Sponsored by the class of 2022 Senior All Night Party
Wednesday October 27th
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Altitude Trampoline Park located at 3495 Alpine Ave NW Walker, MI 49544
Bring this flyer and your child will receive $5.00 off the Jump fee.
That’s 2 hours of Jump time for only $15.00!
**You will need jump socks, feel free to bring some you may already have or they can be purchased at Altitude for only $3.00.

Alpine Elementary News October 15

10/18/21

Conference Note: Please be sure to schedule a conference with your students’ teacher. https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Alpine_Elementary

Important Dates:
10/20/21 PTO MEETING @ 7
10/21/21 CONFERENCES (4:00-7:30) The Goodies Factory Fundraiser Due
10/22/21 1/2 DAY (DISMISS @ 12:05) CONFERENCES (12:30-2:30)
10/26/21 CONFERENECS (4:00-7:00)
10/29/21 CLASSROOM HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS

Birthdays
Alaina
Bella
Miklo
Oliver
Haleigh
Celene
J'Shaun
Josiah
Axcel
Daryelis
Marilyn
Arianna
Amir
Kayson
Wesley
Joshua
Lauren
Emilia
Nora
Khloe
Isabella
Emma-Lynne
Lucio
Varae
Michael
Jayden
Christopher

FALL FUNDRAISER : ENDS OCTOBER 21st
Please continue to sell to support our school! The top seller from every classroom gets to throw a pie in Mr. Snyder’s face! There’s still one week left in our fundraiser… you could be the one! As a reminder, money raised from the fundraiser supports bussing for study/field trips, classroom supplies, PTO events, classroom subscriptions and many other things that support student learning and the overall school experience for our students. The teacher from the top selling classroom in each grade gets a chance to throw a pie in Mr. Snyder’s classroom as well.

CONFERENCES
If you have yet to schedule a conference, please use the link below to do so ASAP. If you need assistance with scheduling, please contact our school office. https://www.ptcfast.com/school...
These will be held VIRTUALLY or via phone this year.

NEWA/MSTEP PARENT REPORTS
Testing results from our fall MAP assessments and last year’s MSTEP assessments will be received shortly. Please keep in mind that these results are one data point (of many) our staff use to tailor instruction to your child. Please be prepared at conferences if you have any questions.

HALLOWEEN
School Halloween festivities will take place on Friday, October 29 and although we are planning to celebrate with our students, we still are not back to pre-COVID party protocols and volunteer possibilities. Unfortunately, we will not be having parent volunteers to help with classroom parties, however, teachers will communicate how parents can get involved through providing donations if they would like. Classrooms will be celebrating in their classrooms only. There will not be an all-school parade.

We ask that costumes fit within the below parameters:

  • costumes must be student/user friendly (no adult assistance needed).
  • costumes that can simply be worn over clothes are recommended.
  • no blood or anything that could be considered gory.
  • no real/toy weapons of any kind.
  • costumes must be modest and cover midriffs.
  • appropriately sized so that students can sit at their desks.

FEEDING WALKER KIDS
Feeding Walk Kids is a FREE weekend lunch program offered during the school year. Please contact your child's teacher or the main office for an application.

SPIRIT WEAR
If you would like to purchase Kenowa Gear, you may visit www.khps.org and scroll down under the parent resource tab to the spirit store. You may also find the link here, https://apparelnow.com/kenowa-hills-spirit-store-apparel

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