January 17

  • Day 4

    Instrumental music students, please follow the lesson schedule for week one.

    Today’s lunch is stuffed crust pizza.

    Attention all WEB leaders, Permission slips for the field trip on January 28th are due TODAY to Mrs. Rice or Mrs. Kulpa.

    Don’t forget that there is NO SCHOOL on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  

    Martin Luther King Jr. was an important American civil rights leader in the 1950s and 60s. He fought for the freedoms and rights of African-Americans and other people by leading non-violent  protests.  Dr. King was awarded the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for his work. He was assassinated in 1968 but his spirit lives on today.

    If you want to make a change in our world’s environment and spread awareness to others, the Environmental Club is for you.  We are looking for new members to join our club.  If you are interested, please stop by Mrs. Rusinski’s room 207 next Monday to pick up a permission slip. We will be meeting every Thursday after school.

    The Ken West Girls' JV basketball team came from 15 points down to defeat City Honors 38-33 in overtime. Leading the comeback were the dynamic duo of
    Addisyn and Olivia Van DeWater. Addisyn led the team in scoring and Olivia was terrific on defense. Great job, ladies!
    Attention 7th grade students: If you want your baby picture in the yearbook, please bring a picture of yourself to Mr. Pray in Room 259 by February 6.  
    Make sure to put your full name and Academic Support Teacher and Room Number on the back of the picture.  All pictures will be returned in late April.  
    Congratulations to Mrs. Greiner’s homeroom, who is once again the winner of Name that Tune!  Her class correctly identified yesterday’s song as "Hot n Cold" by Katy Perry.  





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