Daily Announcements

January 17, 2022
 

Mr. Schnicke's WIN is in Room 210.

Attention all high school students:  Please join us for a Winter Wonderland semiformal dance on Saturday, February 19th from 8:00 pm until 11:00 pm in the Middle School Cafeteria.  Ticket information will come in a couple of weeks.

Attention seniors - Senior pictures and baby pictures are due on Monday, January 31st. Please email Mr. Smith a digital copy at jeremy.smith@kentcityschools.org. We can scan your baby picture if needed. You can drop that off to Mr. Smith at HS 511. 

This is a reminder that Jostens will be here to deliver your class jewelry at school during lunch on Tuesday, January 25th. If you owe a balance, please make sure that it is paid in full prior to delivery day. If you plan to make final payment on delivery day at school, only cash (correct change please) and money order can be accepted. Checks cannot be accepted for final payment at school. Thank you.

Congratulations to our Quiz Bowl team who competed in their first Conference Meet on Wednesday at Newaygo. The team won both matches to start off their CSAA season 2-0. Next week the Eagles will be competing at Reed City. Congratulations to Seth Vanderwest, Mitchell Chrapek and Julia Schnicke for their efforts

The following students have a KCTC virtual visit on Wednesday, January 19:  Emelie Shafer, Evelyn Cronkright, Kota Taylor, Mitchell Chrapek, Maria Vargas, MaryEllen Meisch, Gracie Houtman and Olivia Obenauf.

Our spring talent show will be held in early March, so please begin working on your performance! All varieties of talent are welcome: music, dancing, yo-yo tricks, gymnastics, acting, poetry readings, comedy. Please sign up in the office and email Mrs. Brown if you have any questions!

 

ATHLETICS

Please release the bowling team at 2:30 p.m. Match starts at 3:00 p.m. at Sparta Lanes. Good Luck!!

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
 

Seeking Part-Time Worker - We have a community member that is looking for someone for part-time help now and into the summer.  Hours would be limited during the school year, but would expand during the summer.  They are looking for help with projects around their house, orchard and cottage.  Possible projects would be staining exterior buildings, orchard trimming & mowing, building a garage to name a few.  If interested, contact Mr. Wilson ASAP.

 

COLLEGE CORNER

 

 

 

It's a great day to be an Eagle!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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