April 28, 2017
Attention Seniors: You have the opportunity to create the cover designs for your senior events that every senior will be keeping for years to come!!! Cover designs are needed for the Senior Awards Night and Graduation programs. To submit an entry: Fold a piece of computer paper (8.5 x 11 inch) in half and draw your design on the front cover only using pencil or ink. Be sure to use good value changes to ensure it will print well. Leave room for the event title, date, and time to be printed and be sure to sign your work in the lower right hand corner of your drawing. All designs are due to Mrs. Foster by 3 pm on Monday, May 1st. If you have any questions or would like to see a sample design, stop by and see Mrs. Foster.
Class of 2018: Anyone planning to take dual enrollment courses next school year needs to complete a dual enrollment application. See Mr. Wilson by Friday to pickup the form.
The class of 2019 is helping to put on the fish fry at the American Legion this TONIGHT from 5-7 pm. Please join us for some great fish and to help support the class of 2019! Also, please tell your friends and family, or better yet, bring them with you.
Please join us tomorrow for the THIRD ANNUAL Kent City Visual Arts Day! From 1-4 pm on Saturday, April 29th, there will be an art show featuring work from ALL of the Kent City Visual Artists k-12. The show will take place in the high school gymnasium, with collaborative art making and student-led demonstrations taking place in the cafeteria. We hope you will join us to celebrate the hard work and amazing young talent of the young people here in Kent City.
KC Athletic workouts will now take place on Tuesday afternoons at 3:00 pm, Wednesday mornings at 6:55 am, and Thursday afternoons at 3:00 pm. All in season athletes are encouraged to take advantage of our new morning session.
While golf can be a very solitary sport, the varsity golf team proved on Thursday evening that it's best to always play for the TEAM! Kent City, Ravenna, and Coopersville met at Moss Ridge on Thursday night for a 9-hole match and the Eagles recorded a team score of 178. Scoring for the team was Jacob Rode (43), Denny Carr (43), Dylan Denhof (46), and Hunter Carr (46). While that would be enough to determine the result for most events, Thursday's contest came down to a tie-breaker between the Eagles and neighboring rivals Ravenna. Coopersville would certainly finish 3rd after firing a team score of 186, but the Bulldogs had matched Kent City's total of 178 for the top 4 golfers. This meant that the 5th golfer would determine the tie-breaker and Brandon Coalter's round of 48 bettered the 5th golfer from Ravenna by 2 strokes and gave the Eagles the victory! It was an outstanding result for the team and a great reminder of how important it is to persist through difficult conditions for the sake of your teammates!
There will be a sideline cheer meeting on May 2 from 3-4 pm in the high school room 204.
Please release the following athletes today: Girls Track team and a select few boys tracksters @ 2:00 p.m. (Teachers, please see your email). Varsity Baseball/Softball teams @ 2:30 p.m.
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Kent City, MI 49330