There will be a Fazoli's Spaghetti dinner on September 26 from 5-7 pm in the middle school cafeteria - the night of homecoming. $7/person. Price includes spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, breadstick, beverage and dessert. Proceeds to benefit the PTCO. Please support this great group of volunteers!
Seniors: Please get your shirt order forms to Baily Freeland, Erica Austin, Kirsten Carew, or Mr. Thompson by NOON FRIDAY (TOMORROW). Also, there is a float design meeting after school today and a sign up sheet for float building near Mr. Thompson's door.
2014 Dig PInk Apparel pre-order forms are available in the office. Stop by to pick one up today. Or click here/ aquí to download the form!
Attention ladies interested in playing softball: There will be meetings on Monday, September 22nd at 3 pm and Tuesday, September 23rd at 7:30 am to hand out materials for our first fundraiser of the year! If you are interested in playing this coming spring, you are expected to make one of these meetings! If you have good excuses for not being able to, you must contact and then meet with Coach B! Also, there are sign-ups in the office for 4 player workouts for next week. If you are not in a fall sport and want to come get some work in, there are two time slots available each day. This is a first come, first serve workout, but if you sign up, you are expected to be there. Contact Coach B with any questions.
Boys and girls varsity bowling team signs-ups will be during both lunch hours Monday and Tuesday next week. If you have any questions please speak to Mr. Oxford.
The JV volleyball team played Lakeview last night and won all three games in the match. The girls were lead by Alexis Hartzell who had 13 service points with 4 aces and she even chipped in with 9 digs! Blaire Mortensen had 15 assists and Autumn O'Keefe and Kaitlyn Geers both had 5 kills. The team continues to show that even when they are faced with adversity they can stay positive and work together. Great job girls!
The Varsity Volleyball team defeated the Lakeview Wildcats last night in 3 sets to raise their league record to 4-0. The lady eagles played some great defense all night and never gave up on the ball making some great saves throughout the match. Kassidy Heeringa and Meghan Boyd led the attack with 5 kills each and Brandi Boehm added 4. Kassidy Heeringa kept the Wildcats on their toes by moving the ball around to all of her hitters and finished with 10 assists. The lady eagles played a tough front line slowing down many balls from the Lakeview hitters. Justine Wolter and Kelsey Krueger led the defense with 19 and 14 digs each. Kassidy Heeringa served up 18 points with 8 aces, Justine Wolter and Olivia Harrison each added 8 points and 1 ace. Thank you to all the fans who came out to show your support, we really appreciate it. The lady eagles will now travel to the Muskegon Oakridge tournament on Saturday. Great job ladies!
Check out the "Student Services" section at www.kentcityschools.org for up-to-date information!
College Visits: Sign-up in the office to attend. Meeting will be in the career center! October 1 - GVSU Rep Lunch Visit Oct. 6 - Olivet Rep at 10:00 Oct. 7 - Grace Bible College at 10:00 Oct. 13 - Lawrance Tech at 10:00 Oct. 24 - U of M Rep Lunch Visit Oct. 28 - Michigan Tech at 10:00 Nov. 4 - Lake Superior State University Lunch Visit Nov. 5 - CMU at 10:00
Muskegon Community College: Muskegon County College Night is Monday, September 22nd from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at Muskegon Community College. This is a great opportunity for your students to meet with representatives from over 50 colleges and military branches right here at MCC! Lasts year's event was a huge success! Students (and parents) walked away with so much information from various schools to help start or continue the college and post high school decision process.
Grand Rapids Area College Day/Night at Aquinas College. More than 70 colleges will be present. Times for this event are 12:00 pm - 2 pm and 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. on October 23.
Job Shadowing: All students 11th, 10th and 9th grade must complete job shadows as part of your graduation requirements. The Class of 2016, 2017 & 2018 must complete two. The Class of 2015 is required to complete one. See Student Services under High School on our school website for all the details.
Seniors: Check the "Career, College and Post-Secondary Resources and Information" section under "High School" on our district website for new college related information!
Student Email Addresses: Mr. Wilson is using student email addresses (@kentcityschools.org) to send information related to careers, events, job shadow experiences, scheduling and more. Please check your school email addresses regularly. Also, use firstname.lastname@example.org to ask Mr. Wilson school related questions.
ACT Test Dates Test Date Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required)
FAFSA - MCC on Friday's: Muskegon Community College offers free help filling out the FAFSA on Fridays. Call for an appointment.
ACT Fee Waiver: Test fee waivers are available to economically disadvantaged 11th/12th graders. You are allowed to waiver the ACT Test fee twice. See Mr. Wilson for the qualifying information and the fee waiver #'s.
College Application Fee Waivers: Application fee waivers are available to economically disadvantaged applicants. See Mr. Wilson for the qualifying information and/or check college admission information on their websites for details.
Career Center Bulletin Board: Watch the Career Center and Career Center bulletin board for up-to-date post-secondary information.
College Athlete? If you are a junior/senior and anticipate participating in college athletics, you must fill out the NCAA Eligibility Center application. See Mr. Wilson for details.
Selective Service: Are you male? Are you 18 or going to be 18? If so, you MUST register with the Selective Service. This must be done within 30 days before and 30 days after your 18th birthday. Check the "Student Services" section of our school website for online instructions.