KHHS News
May 27

KHHS News May 27

05/27/22

Chromebooks
All students grade 9 – 11 will be keeping their chromebooks over the summer. If your student needs/wants to turn theirs in, Chromebook hours are Mon – Fri 7:30am-8:30am in the Media Center. On Friday June 3 rd, there will be an additional hour beginning at 11:14am to turn it in.

Extended Year

Again this year students will have the opportunity to finish their last major 'Measurement Topic' (test or paper) the week after school ends. This is referred to as Extended Year and is different from Summer School (used for credit recovery). Extended Year students are expected to be here from 8am to Noon Monday thru Thursday. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided if needed. Students will work with other certified teachers to finish any assessments that may have been missed or are not up to standard. Once the student meets the standard, they will be complete and given the earned grade. Please reach out to your son or daughter's teacher or counselor if you have any questions.
Also, for students that may need credit recovery for a failed class, there is information in this newsletter as well.

Credit Recovery (Summer School)
SUMMER 2022 HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY OPPORTUNITY - June 6 – June 30
ALL Course Work is Completed Online. Tests must be completed in School on June 8, 15, 22, 29, and 30.
High School lab will be open on these dates ONLY from 9 am to 12 pm.

Online Credit Recovery:

  • Summer school is a credit recovery program. All classes will be offered online through Edgenuity.
  • The lab will be open on the dates identified above for individual support and testing on Wednesdays only.
  • Students will be added to online Edgenuity classes upon receipt and approval of registration requests. Students approved for a credit recovery course will be e-mailed login instructions and may begin working on classes immediately.
  • TESTS must be taken AT SCHOOL on the dates identified above. All coursework and assessment requirements must be 100% complete by the end of the session on June 30 to receive credit.
  • Transportation- Bussing is NOT provided for Summer School.
  • Breakfast will be served daily at 7:50am, Mon-Thurs, June 6th- June 16th.
  • Lunch will be provided Mon-Thurs, June 6th, June 16th, between 11:30am - 12:30pm. You must eat on site.
  • Registration for summer school MUST be submitted by Wednesday, June 8th.

Senior End of Year Info - Graduation Day (FINAL reminders)
*June 1 is a multi-event day for Seniors. Seniors should not work on this day as last minute changes can take place and their full attention is required on this day!
8:00-8:45am: Senior Breakfast in the Commons
8:45am: Rehearsal **Mandatory, if you plan to participate in Commencement**

Class photo to be taken upon the conclusion of rehearsal. A link to order class photos and individual photos from Commencement will be sent out the week of June 6.
7:00pm: Commencement Ceremony at the football stadium. Graduates should arrive no later than 6:15pm and meet in the PAC and will walk together over to the stadium. Graduates will receive name cards at this time to give to the person reading their name as they cross the stage to receive a diploma.
*Parents: Limited parking is available so be sure to arrive prior to the 7pm start. **Currently we are scheduled to have the ceremony on the football field. In case of inclement weather, it will be moved to the main field house gym, same date and time. You will be notified on May 31 if the ceremony will be moved inside otherwise plan on it being outside. Gates will open to families at 6:15pm. You will be able to sit in the stands or on the football field if you wish to bring your own chair. Seating is first come first serve. Out of respect to others, please limit your guest list for the commencement ceremony to your closest family members.

Color Guards for 22/23
Have you ever watched the people who spin the flags in the marching band and thought that would be fun to do? Now is your chance! The Kenowa Hills High School Marching Band is opening up its Color Guard to all interested students for next year's marching season during the 1st semester. A dance background is helpful but not necessary. As an added bonus, if you complete two semesters of marching band, you receive your PE credit. If you are interested, please email Mr. Bookie (cbookie@khps.org) and/or Mr. Morrisson (bmorrisson@khps.org) and we will send details of becoming a member of the HS Marching Band. Deadline for email of interest is June 3, 2022.

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REDEFINED

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