Friday, April 29th, 2016
Lunch today will be cheese pizza instead of pepperoni pizza.
Good luck to Rebecca Brendel at state solo competition today!!
Effective, next Monday, May 2nd, Seniors cannot charge lunch or breakfast. See Ms. Hunter if you need to know your balance.
ATTENTION SENIORS: The Kingsville Youth Recreation Association (KARES Program) would like to offer the $1,000 Martha Stever Bush Memorial Scholarship to Seniors who have already committed to a plan following graduation that includes;
--Furthering their education (college of technical school).
--Enhancing their real life experience (career path, internship, etc.
--Serving the public sector (military, civil service, volunteer, etc..
Martha devoted much of her lifetime to volunteer work and serving in social capacities and public servant roles focused on education and community togetherness. Martha would remind people to "make smart choices". However, she never placed judgement on people for their choices in life. This is why we want to open this opportunity up to all who want to compete for her scholarship through the interview process. Our goal is to award this scholarship to someone that displays strong social skills and has a proven track record of making smart choices with the ambition and motivation to build upon their current foundation.
-Any senior that is interested must schedule an interview time with Ms. Hunter in the office. The interviews will be conducted on Friday, May 6.
FYI-There will be no more baked potatoes for lunch the rest of the year.
We are looking for volunteers who would like to help Tammy Aldridge and Kristel Reiman renovate the city park. Any individual or group that would like donate their time would be greatly appreciated. If interested please call Kristel at 816 726 4240 or contact Mr. Coleman
Looking for something fun to do this summer? How about joining the Pleasant Hill Dolphins swim team. Swimmers of all skill levels are welcome ages 5 to 20. There will be a registration pizza party on Sunday, May 1st from 4-6pm at the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. See the office for a flyer with more information.
Unite@night is an event that will be held on Saturday, May 21 here in Kingsville. This event will help raise money for Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation (CSF). There will be a coed volleyball tournament, vendor/business fair, raffles, a walk, entertainment, and so much more! See the office for a flyer, to order a t-shirt, or to learn more about how you can support this life-saving event.
Kingsville All School Reunion will be held Sunday, June 5 from 1:00-5:00pm. Registration starts at noon. Come on out and enjoy remembering, trying to remember, or just making things up. A light lunch will be provided.
ATTENTION EVERYONE IN THE BUILDING! Are you hungry? Feeling tired? Need a little "pick me up?" If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then head to the Kingsville Snack Shack. We will OPEN Monday, April 4 in the library from 7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. See a flyer for menu items and prices. This new business is being hosted by the Accounting II class. See Megan Coffman, Dannon Kiger, Dakota Harper or Garrett Endicott with questions.
Do you know someone looking for childcare this summer? Contact Emily Spiwak for more information or stop by the office for a flyer.
The Kingsville band is raising money for a trip to Chicago to perform. Please check out our gofundme page. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to the Mrs. Bradfield and the Kingsville students who won in the Art Show. They competed against Leeton, Calhoun, and East Lynn.
1st Place 2nd Place
Tiffany Cornwell Taylor Schnepft
Destiny Bishop Reece McCune
Wyatt Collens Danae Mann
Adriana Smith Ethan Hale
Taylor McKiddy Adriana Smith
Best in Category Best in Show (only 2 ribbons given for the whole show)
Matthew Humphry Eli Spiwak
21 Ribbons in total !!!!!!!
Calendar of events
26 SB@Kville Green Ridge
27 Athletic Banquet
28 SB@Kville Tipton 5:00
29 Prom Decorating
Leeton Baseball Tourney
2 Baseball at home vs. Lone Jack 4:30
3 ACT test
4 5th and 6th grades field trip
5 Baseball at Sweet Springs 5:00
5th Grade DARE Camp
6 Spelling Bee at Leeton
K-2 Field Trip Crown Center
7 Seniors to Worlds of Fun
10 Baseball at Concordia 4:30
13 High School Graduation 7:00
1st-3rd grades field trip
17 Field Day
18 8th Grade Celebration 7:00
19 End of Quarter Four
Last Day of School
Mon. April 25
L-Chicken noodles, breadstick, green beans, apple sauce
Tue. April 26
L-Corn dogs, tator tots, broccoli, orange half
Wed. April 27
L-Burrito, spanish rice, corn, brownie
Thur. April 28
L-Ham & Cheese Sandwich, potato chips, baked beans, pineapple tidbits
Fri. April 29
L-Pizza, salad, banana half, cookie
Kingsville R-I School District 2015-2016 Goals
1. The Kingsville R-I School District will continue to provide a safe learning environment that is conducive to high academic achievement.
2. All students will perform at the proficient or advanced level on all Map or End of Course exams.
3. The Kingsville R-I School District will strive to meet or exceed all standards in the resource, process and performance areas set forth buy the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The district will create an environment of academic excellence to ensure that each of our graduates is thoroughly prepared for college or a career.
4. The Kingsville R-I School District will encourage parental involvement and make every effort to foster positive community realtionships.
5. The Kingsville R-I School District will maintain a minimum balance of 30% in financial reserves.
Kingsville R-I School District
101 E Adriatic Street
Kingsville, MO 64061