March 2, 2015 

Congratulations to our 2 Middle School Odyssey of the Mind Teams who came home with a 3rd and a 4th place finish this Saturday!  Great work teams! 

To celebrate March is Reading Month, every Friday we will have dress up days!  Please remember that all students must dress school code appropriate.  More importantly, remember to bring a book to read every day this month!!  This Friday is Sunglasses (look into a good book) Day. 

The 8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Chippewa Hills in their first match of the day.  Chippewa Hills was a very competitive team and the team had to play some very scrappy defense and made some nice digs to keep the ball alive.  Serving leaders in this match were Alyssa Hartzell with 14 points and 3 aces, Janelle Krueger with 14 points and 8 aces Zara Weber served up 6 points and Paula Roberts added 5 points and 2 aces.

In the second match of the day the Lady Eagles played the Holton Red Devils and came away with another victory.  After dropping a close first set by 2 points the Eagles came back fired up and won the next two.  In this match the Eagles were able to generate more of an offense, by creating better passes which created more opportunities to spike the ball.  Serving leaders were Alyssa Hartzell with 9 points and 4 aces, Janelle Krueger with 7 points and 6 aces, Maddy Wright added 5 points and 2 aces, Paula Roberts 4 points and 3 aces and McKenna Dombrowski with 4 points and 2 aces.  The Lady Eagles will travel to Hesperia on Thursday with the game staring at 4:00. 

Any 8th Grade Girls interested in doing Side-line Cheer for the 2015-2016 school year, there will be a short meeting on Monday, March 2 at 5pm in HS Media Center. 

KC Theatrix presents an Erasmus Theatre Adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

March 5, 6, 7

Evening Shows at 7:30 pm

Saturday Matinee at 3 pm

Kent City High School Auditorium

Reserve your tickets by messaging KC Theatrix on Facebook

$7 adults

$5 students/seniors 

Boating Safety Class: 
WHO NEEDS IT?: Anyone who wants to learn boating laws and be a more responsible boater. Anyone who is between 12-16 who wants to operate a boat with a motor greater than six horsepower. Anyone born after December 31, 1978 who wants to operate a personal water craft.
DATE: Tuesday, March 17 and Thursday, March 19.
TIME: 4:00 to 7:00
LOCATION: Kent City High School Auditorium.
FEE: The class is free.
REGISTER: Sign up at the high school or middle school office.
WHAT TO BRING: Pen and Pencil.
AGE REQUIREMENTS: Class is offered for all students 12 and up. Those students who will turn 12 during the 2015 calendar year can attend, but the certificate will not be valid until they turn 12.
CLASS DETAILS: Students must attend both days. They will be issued a boating safety book and study guide. There will be approximately 5 hours of lecture and a 60 question test. All those who pass the test will be issued a boating safety certificate.
QUESTIONS: Contact Deputy Scott Cook at 632-6181 ext.4111.

285 North Main Street                         Kent City, MI 49330

(616)678-4214 phone
(616)678-5099 fax

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