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January 2017 For an updated Calendar of Events visit http://www.usd259.org/robinson/calendar Principal’s Message School Resumes for Students on January 4 th : Welcome back!!! School will resume for all students on Wednesday, January 4, at 7:50 a.m. We will look forward to seeing everyone back in 2017! Report Cards: Second quarter report cards will be sent home with students on January 6 th . We will send a ParentLink message reminding you to look for your student’s report card. Please take me to review your child’s report card and set goals for the second semester. Middle school maers! Eligibility to play sports and parcipate in acvies such as cheerleading, dance team, NAL, etc… is determined by the previous semester’s grades. This is especially im- portant for 8 th graders to remember as they prepare to transion to high school! 6 th Grade Family Night: The 6 th Grade Sizzlin’ Sixlets team will be hosng Family Night on Thursday, January 12, at Rob- inson beginning at 6:00 p.m. Join us for an evening of fun and learning! PTSO, Site Council, and Foundaon: PTSO, Site Council, and Foundaon do not have scheduled meengs for January… enjoy the break! Our next meeng will be a combined meeng on Monday, February 13, at 6:00 in the Robinson cafete- ria. Please join us! Conferences: Winter conferences will be held on February 7 th , 9 th , and 10 th . You will be receiving a preference sheet from your child’s conference teacher this month to choose conference dates and mes. Please be on the lookout for that sheet! Pre-IB Applicaons: Pre-IB applicaons are available for the 2016-17 school year. If you know anyone who is interested in the Pre-IB program, please encourage them to apply. Applicaons and addional informaon regarding the program can be found on our website www.usd259.org/robinson All applicaon materials are due by the end of the day on Mon- day, February 6, 2017. No School: There will be no school for students on Monday, January 16, in observance of Marn Luther King, Jr. Day!
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Page 1: Principal’s Message - USD 259

January 2017 For an updated Calendar of Events visit

http://www.usd259.org/robinson/calendar

Principal’s Message School Resumes for Students on January 4th: Welcome back!!! School will resume for all students on Wednesday, January 4, at 7:50 a.m. We will look forward to seeing everyone back in 2017! Report Cards: Second quarter report cards will be sent home with students on January 6th. We will send a

ParentLink message reminding you to look for your student’s report card. Please take time to review your child’s report card and set goals for the second semester. Middle school matters! Eligibility to play sports and participate in activities such as cheerleading, dance team, NAL, etc… is determined by the previous semester’s grades. This is especially im-portant for 8th graders to remember as they prepare to transition to high school! 6th Grade Family Night: The 6th Grade Sizzlin’ Sixlets team will be hosting Family Night on Thursday, January 12, at Rob-inson beginning at 6:00 p.m. Join us for an evening of fun and learning! PTSO, Site Council, and Foundation: PTSO, Site Council, and Foundation do not have scheduled meetings for January…enjoy the break! Our next meeting will be a combined meeting on Monday, February 13, at 6:00 in the Robinson cafete-ria. Please join us! Conferences: Winter conferences will be held on February 7th, 9th, and 10th. You will be receiving a preference sheet from your child’s conference teacher this month to choose conference dates and times. Please be on the lookout for that sheet! Pre-IB Applications: Pre-IB applications are available for the 2016-17 school year. If you know anyone who is interested in the Pre-IB program, please encourage them to apply. Applications and additional information regarding the program can be found on our website www.usd259.org/robinson All application materials are due by the end of the day on Mon-day, February 6, 2017. No School: There will be no school for students on Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

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2nd Quarter Tardies by GRADE LEVEL

2nd Quarter Tardies by CLASS PERIOD

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Don’t forget to recycle!

If it’s Paper and it tears, put it in the Bin; Don’t forget the Plastic and the Tin!

Robinson Middle School participates in a recycling program. The program helps Youth Sports here in Wichita. Rob-

inson has been so successful with our program we won $200 for our Science Department! You are welcome to help

us out The recycle poly carts are red and green; located on the south side of the courtyard off Bleckley under the

windows beyond the ramp. Cardboard only in the green recycle bin in the NE corner of the south parking lot.

We can collect:

newspaper tablets books (hard & soft) all envelopes phone books color/workbooks

manila folders glossy advertising colored paper cardboard white paper

all types of junk mail computer paper magazines catalogs brochures

laminated paper Paper clipped, stapled or rubber banded is OK!

We can even collect: food packaging, plastic, aluminum, and steel; PLEASE empty and rinse!

Mrs. Brown’s class reads to the Applied Academics classes.

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Sizzlin’ Sixlets Math—The students have done an amazing job with our last unit on Rational Numbers. Students reviewed placing ra-tional numbers on a number line, comparing and ordering, and converting to various forms. The students have current-ly stated their unit on Fraction Computation. Students will start with reviewing multiplication of fractions including mixed numbers. Next, they will learn a new 6th grade standard which is fraction division. Students will continue this unit after the break with addition and subtraction of mixed numbers with regrouping. In Enrichment the students have been faced with some very challenging problems. Students have done a great job of applying past concepts to new skills. Everyone has earned a restful break and should keep up the great work!

Social Studies—We will be exploring ancient Egypt. Kids will be learning TONS of Egyptian facts and uncovering many hidden secrets of this ancient civilization such as mummifica-tion to pharaohs. Also, students will have fun with hieroglyphs. They will get the oppor-tunity to create their own hieroglyphic key (A-Z) and then write a personal letter using their own hieroglyphic alphabet.

Language Arts—Welcome Back! We’re ready to start our New Year off in in Language Arts, with a new unit called, “Success!” Students will be chal-lenged to think about different measures of success and what it means to be successful. They will also identify the role that cause and effect has on attaining success and then use evidence from the text to support their thinking. We will have the 25 Book Campaign Celebration on January 13th. Students must have read 12 books to participate! Keep Reading!

What: An evening of fun friendly competition with Silly Minute-To-

Win-It Games.

Who: Any Robinson 6th Grader, parents, or siblings.

Where: Robinson Middle School. Sign in at the Main Entrance to get

started.

When: Thursday January 12th

Time: 6 PM— 7 PM

6th Grade Robinson

Family Night

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Shadow visits begin………………..……...……….November 2016 (If you are an 8th grader interested in shadowing an IB freshman for a school day, please call 973-7289.)

Choices Fair (Century II) …………..Thursday, November 10, 2016

Applications available….......................................... November 2016 Applications will be available at all USD 259 middle schools, on the IB webpage, at evening overview

meetings and upon request by calling the IB Office.

Evening IB Overview Meetings….December 2016 & January 2017 (for 8th grade students & their parents; December 7th, 2016 & January 9th, 2017 from 6-7pm located at the

East High School Performing Arts Theater.)

Teacher References Due....................Friday, January 13, 2017

Admissions Testing…………………….Saturday, January 14, 2017

(by appointment only) (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon or

1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.)

Application deadline…..................Thursday, January 19, 2017

Admissions Testing………………………Saturday, January 21, 2017 (by appointment only) (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 only)

Interview invitations mailed……….….....Friday, February 10, 2017

Interviews………………………..…........Saturday, February 25, 2017 (by appointment only) (appx. 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

Interviews…………………………...............Saturday, March 11, 2017 (by appointment only) (appx. 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

For more information, contact the IB Office at 973-7289 or

visit http://www.usd259.org/EastIB

2016-2017

Application

Schedule

Wichita High School East

International

Baccalaureate

Diploma Program

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Morgan Kelley—The 8th Grade AVID Stu-

dent of the Month is Morgan Kelley for December. She is always eager to participate in tutorials and is very organized. She always takes her time in com-pleting her work and makes sure that she is meeting both academic and behavior expectations.

Esmeralda Miguel-Fernandez is

the November winner. Esme is a quiet leader that al-ways makes sure to complete her work in all classes and communicates well with teachers. She is kind to her peers and has great organization skills.

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Robinson Foundation for Educational Excellence

BLEACHER BUCKS Fundraising Campaign Continues! To help provide for the addition of the schools’ new gymnasium and auditorium, the Robinson Foundation for Educa-tional Excellence has launched its largest fundraising campaign to raise $25,000 for bleachers. As of December 15, gifts given total $750.00. Every gift helps us get closer to our $25,000 goal, and every gift shows that We Believe in the fu-ture of Robinson Middle School! Thank you for your generosity (and thank you if we've crossed in the mail school was out so early in December)! As the Foundation Board strives to raise funds for new bleachers, we are still committed to providing funds to enhance learning in the classrooms. In December, the Foundation Board allocated funds to purchase 30 subscriptions to Grades 6-9 of Scholastic Math. One of the benefits of having Scholastic Math is that it gives students an opportunity to apply math to real world situations and see how math is important outside of the classroom. This adds value on to what stu-dents are learning. THANKS TO THESE FAMILIES who have committed to the foundations fundraising efforts for the 2016-2017 school year!! The family of Clay Becker, Parents of Jeffery Blessant, The family of Cameron Connolly, The family of Kainoa Cor-tez, The family of Aaron Eakins, John & Rocio Einwich, The family of Ian and Ryan Flores, The family of Nicholas Gra-bon, The family of Eric Pham, The family of Paloma Salazar, The family of Katie Seminoff, The family of Adley Solomon, The family of Eli Wilch, Tamara Patterson. Please consider donating to the Robinson Foundation and adding your name to our list of supporters. You can contrib-ute to our general fund or towards our Bleacher Bucks fundraising campaign. You can donate to the Robinson Founda-tion on MyPaymentsPlus or by check. You can send a check made out to the Robinson Foundation to our school at 328 N. Oliver, Wichita, KS 67208. Your contribution is tax deductible.

All Robinson families are invited to join us for these upcoming fundraising events:

Dairy Queen Night—5335 East Central Monday, January 9 | 5 to 10 pm. Eat in or carry out and tell them you are a Robinson family. They will give 20% back to our school. Il Vicino Night—4817 East Douglas Tuesday, January 17 | 5 to 10 pm. Eat in or carry out and tell them you are a Robinson family. They will give 20% back to our school. NEW fundraising night opportunity! Panera- 3337 E Central Avenue Thursday, January 26, | 4 to 8 pm A printed flyer or an electronic version of the flyer on a mobile phone or tablet must be presented when ordering. Robinson Foundation will earn up to 20% of food purchases. Save your BOXTOPS and put them in the collection box in the school office = $$$ for our school! THANK YOU Albero Café, Chipotle, Costco, Dairy Queen, Dillons, Il Vicino, and Freddy's, Papa Murphy’s, MODE, Blue River Grill and Barnes & Noble for being community sponsors of our school. Next Foundation Board Meeting: Tuesday, February 16 at 6 pm in the Robinson Cafeteria. This will be a combined meeting with the Robinson PTSO. All Robinson parents/guardians are welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Patresa Ebersole, Foundation President at [email protected].

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Robinson Middle School

BLEACHER BUCKS

BLEACHER BUCKS IS A FUNDRAISER dedicated to purchasing new bleachers for Robinson Middle School gymnasi-

um/FEMA shelter. You may donate any dollar amount; no contribution is too small. Our goal is to raise $25,000 in

order to have bleachers in the new space.

As Robinson Middle School continues to develop its athletic environment, the bleachers play a key role in providing

needed seating for games, activities and assemblies. This aids in the future success of our school. The fundraiser is a

collaboration of community citizens and Robinson Middle School. All funds will be raised through donations and

grants.

There are several naming opportunities by donating $100 or more. Bleacher Bucks “naming opportunities” can be in a

family or corporation name or can be in memory or honor of someone.

In order to have your name become a permanent part of Robinson Middle School, please fill out the following and

return to Robinson Middle School Foundation, 328 N. Oliver, Wichita KS 67208. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organ-

ization and all gifts are tax deductible. You can also donate with a credit card by calling the school office at 316-973-

8600 (ask for Kim Meller), stopping by the office, or logging into MyPaymentsPlus (look for “enrollment fees addition”

and then choose the “Foundation” category). THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

DONATE BLEACHER BUCKS! I cannot give the $100 at this time, but would like to donate $ towards the bleacher fundraising effort.

○ Check enclosed ○ Paid online ○ Paid by phone

I would like to be a Bleacher Bucks donor at the

○ $100 level | plaque in gym included ○ $250 level | plaque and bleacher row recognition*

○ $500 level | plaque and stair recognition* ○ $1,000 level | plaque and bench banner recognition*

*$250 and higher naming opportunities are limited; first come, first named. Name ____________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________

City ____________________________________________State _______________Zip _____________

Phone _________________________________Email ___________________________ ________________________________________

INFORMATION TO BE PRINTED ON GYM WALL PLAQUE OR OTHER AREA— this donation is:

○ in memory of someone ○ in honor of someone ○ donated by family ○ donated by a business

Name(s) on plaque or other area: ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Please print clearly. Name(s) above should be written as you want them to read on the plaque or other named area.

Call 316-973-8600 for more info | [email protected]

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Math Intervention Classes Students will be finishing up their current units in January. All Tier 2 and Tier 3 students will take the I Ready Diag-nostic for the 2nd time after January 16th. Intervention groupings may change at that time after reviewing students’ scores. Please continue to have your child work on math facts. Sixth grade students have learned some games to practice math skills with a deck of cards, so ask them to show you how to play one of the games. If your child has access to internet there are several math websites for students to practice their skills. Here are a few to choose from:

http://www.math-play.com/math-millionaire.html

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.htm

http://www.mathplayground.com/

Applied Academics

For January, we will be studying the concept of We Need Change. We will be learning about Compromise; (1) Conflict and War;(2) The American Revolu-tion; (3) The Civil War; (4) World War I; (5) Keeping the Peace; and (6) The War on Terror. The Life Skills lessons will include: (1) Conflict Decision Tree; (2) A Classroom Flag; (3) Change the World; (4) My Education Needs; (5) Keeping the Peace and (6) In Case of Emergency. The Science Experiment for the month is We Need Water and the Time Line activity is Conflict and Com-promise Created our Country. We will also discuss why we need rules. Important Dates to Remember for December: 4th : Students Return 13th: 25 Book Celebration-BINGO during 8th Hour 16th – No School

Introducing the Robinson Basketball Teams

Lady Rams

Tayler Sullivan Mara Howes

Claire Ebersole Aaliyah Shelby Simone Toppah

Skyler Gill Kennadi Graham

Morgan Rico Piper Hartzler Leighah Bailey

Mikaela Estoquia L`Exus Dallas

Annabelle Merten Brooklyn Hughes

Boys

Abel Jones Adriel Smith

Caquoy Patterson Carter Champlin

DeMarcus Hoover Eli Kuttler

Jamari Robinson Elijah Mosley

Henry Dunn-Morse Jaye Earsery

Jeremiah Wright Marcos Hernandez

RJ James Wetu Kalomo

Managers Ben Waliczek Kainoa Cortez

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Eat Bread to Raise Dough

PLEASE JOIN

Robinson Middle School

on

January 26, 2017

from

4:00-8:00pm

Panera Bread® located at 3337 E. Central, Wichita, KS 67208 will donate a percentage of its sales during the event to

Robinson Middle School Foundation for Education Excellence when you show this flyer, either printed or on a mobile device.

For Rapid Pick Up orders to be counted in this group’s total, please be sure to use the group's Fundraiser Code

when you place your order online or on your app. To use the code, choose CUSTOMIZE under any menu item and

add the words "Fundraiser Code" plus your group's number in the special instructions. Your group's Fundraiser Code is 3320

Note: Panera Card® gift cards, Panera® catering and other retail purchases are excluded from the event.

At Panera Bread®, we are committed to our community. We believe the universal spirit of bread is sharing®, that’s why we’re committed

to the communities that we serve. Our passion for everything we do spills over to include

everyone we share our days with, and we appreciate the opportunity to give back to our friends, neighbors and community.

P A N E R A B RE A D . C OM

© 2016 Panera Bread. All rights reserved.

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Ahmmed, Abrar F.

Anderson, Elijah J.

Antuna, Miriam S.

Aylward, Noelle K.

Bailey, Leighah M.

Baker, Duante O.

Baker-Malcolm, Mykayla M.

Ballard, Eleana C.

Ballos, Michael D.

Billershaw, Jayden

Black, Josiah E.

Brown, Izayah M.

Brown, Learra E.

Caton, Carter J.

Chalfant, Ayden S.

Coleman, Jamari L.

Corrales, Ciara R.

Cortez, Kainoa L.

Crowder, Kyla A.

Dang, Sonny

Davis, Emma G.

Davis, Jacob A.

Den Ouden, Riley E.

Dennis, Amarion L.

Dunn-Morse, Henry D.

Eakins, Aaron C.

Engledow, Wednesday G.

Flores, Rachel O.

Foster, Ian C.

Fuller, Tegan A.

Geppelt, Devon J.

Gholar, De'aires M.

Gill, Skyler R.

Graham, Kennadi

Grohe, Ethan S.

Harmon, Ethan M.

Hartzler, Piper L.

Hernandez, Harald

Hernandez, Marcos M.

Hernandez, Veronica

Hootman, Brookelynn E.

Hoover, Demarcus A.

Huynh, Lan Anh N.

Ibn-Malang, Aliasa

Jones, Da'laysia L.

Jones, Naudia L.

Jump, Angel M.

Jump, Emma R.

Kamalulrahim, Amar N.

Kamalulrahim, Arman N.

Kamash, Abrahim Y.

Kasel, Zane H.

Kleeman, Jackson

Laselva, Kael V.

Laycock, Olivia M.

Le, Tony T.

Lewis, Jacob I.

Lo Nigro, Nora A.

Long, Grelan J.

Lopez Vazquez, Perla G.

Lovingier, Stella R.

Lybarger, Hannah A.

Lybarger, Katelyn

Lynch, Trinity R.

Mallory, Serenity A.

Martin, Grace L.

Martin, Lawrence P.

Martinez, Cortana X.

McCorgary, Averi R.

McCosh, Isiah J.

McFall, Jenna C.

Medlin, Aleck E.

Mier, Blythe A.

Miller, Elisha F.

Morris, Quynne O.

Mulsow, Tianna M.

Nguyen, James M.

Perez Jeronimo, Melanie M.

Pham, Kasey H.

Pixton, Sierra R.

Radford, Deitrick L.

Reed, Jurnee S.

Robinson, Jamari A.

Robinson, Zachira R.

Rose, Jonathan A.

Same Ndoumbe, Samuel

Sears, Shaylee A.

Severs, Mark

Shaw, Delaney A.

Smith, Adriel L.

Smith, Brendin D.

Smith, Dajonet L.

Snyder, Elizabeth K.

Stanford, Kiontai A.

Sullivan, Tayler E.

Sutton, Jamal T.

Swartz, Kaelee M.

Tahimic, Dominic

Thomas, Semaj

Thompson, Jayda

Thornberry, Amelia G.

Toppah, Simone R.

Trieu, Anouk Q.

Ukoefreso, Melody A.

Ullah, Mohammad S.

Utter, Emerson

Villa, Jade D.

Warne, Kathleen H.

Warren, Camden R.

Whiters, Chloe A.

Williams, Amarie L.

Williams, Ariyah L.

Williams, Aydan N.

Williams, Eliana M.

Williams, Onye' L.

Wilson, Kassidy J.

Wood, Iris I.

Wray, Brianna C.

Wright, Aubreanna L.

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Adamson, Skylar M.

Ahmed, Abdullah

Albrecht, Haley

Alexander, Aubriana G.

Alvarado, Katlyn N.

Anderson, Ellie M.

Andress, Benjamin W.

Andrews, Melanie M.

Apel, Gage A.

Ashley, Owen C.

Attaria, Salsabila K.

Au, Azaria G.

Bacud, Hannah Alessandra

Baily, Katherine D.

Baker, Aaron V.

Birdsell, Laura E.

Bishop, Kier P.

Blackley, Tristan A.

Booze, Lauryn T.

Brown, Alissa R.

Brown, Victoria

Bubp, Annika C.

Burress, Fletcher M.

Camacho, Damien

Campos-Torres, Esmeralda

Cardenas, Gabrielle R.

Carlos, Gabriel

Carmichael, Cree A.

Champlin, Carter K.

Chanthavong, Chloe P.

Chenault, Caitlyn M.

Cocannouer, Victoria R.

Cruz-Pizarro, Andrew I.

Cundith, Christopher J.

Daigneault, Madison V.

Damato, Joseph

Dang, Johnny T.

Dao, Huong Q.

Darmstetter, Mitzi M.

Davisson, Mallory E.

Dealy, Owen S.

Doyle, Alexander C.

Duntz, Ashley D.

Ebersole, Claire E.

Einwich, Michael

Eldredge, Mallory A.

Felix, Ariana M.

Flores, Ian

Foster, Jackson

French, Dialeen J.

Frye, Kennedy M.

Gatzulis, Martin

Gaugler, Wyatt J.

Gonzales, Azariah K.

Grant, Ella S.

Gregory, Isabelle C.

Haffley, Grant

Hague, Lillyan E.

Hall, Ty A.

Hallacy, Ronan C.

Hamada-Paugh, Alexander

Haque, Abir

Hastings, Trayvontez N.

Hernandez, Luis F.

Hodge, Cambell T.

Horner, Syriah A.

Hounschell, Garrett W.

Howes, Mara M.

Huckaby, Allison

Hudgins, Jackson

Huggins, Elizabeth N.

Hutchinson, Evan M.

Ibn-Malang, Elyas

James, Ronald E. Jr

Jett, Cade W.

Jia, Ethan K.

Jones, Samantha A.

Kalomo, Wetu Y.

Kamath, Reeya

Kamonde, Colette K.

Kelley, Morgan D.

Kimball, Damien L.

Kimble, Chloe

Knapp, Samuel G.

Kraus, Madison P.

Kreger, Lana

Kuttler, Eli D.

Laicer, Veronica R.

Lam, Yen

Laufer, Lucas C.

Le, Lyly N.

Le, Thu A.

Lind Filbert, Ida S.

Lofland, Benjamin A.

Lopez, Jose M.

Lovingier, Scarlett

Mack, Lynnessa

Maddox, Sadie S.

Makwabe, Elizabeth M.

Marlin, Guy D.

Martinez, Goretty

Mayes, Ayden J.

McClain, Gracyn K.

McGee, Destani E.

Metcalf, Mason G.

Meyer, Naomi D.

Miguel-Fernandez, Esmeralda

Moll, Alexia R.

Moll, Ella M.

Montoya, Danna M.

Morris, Ephraim C.

Morris, Samuel W.

Muntimadugu-Kummara, Tejas

Murphy, Gabriel M.

Muthukumar, Mehala

Mwanache, Dorrine M.

Nguyen, Alayna T.

Nguyen, Bao

Nguyen, Brandon

Nguyen, David

Nguyen, Steven

Niblack, Alexander F.

Offutt, Tyler M.

Olorunfemi, Daniel I.

Ordonez Samaniego, Luz P.

Ordway, Amanda N.

Owen, Ella

Parcell, Austin S.

Patton, Bayonne A.

Peaden, Daniel C.

Perry, Brian K. Jr

Perry, Lisa M.

Perry, Tristin V.

Pham, Eric L.

Pham, Krystal H.

Pham, Tayden A.

Pierpont, Charles J.

Portillo, Stephanie

Prator, Gariston T.

Profit, Cryshonda L.

Pyle, Hope A.

Rasaily, Ronish

Redd, Aniyah N.

Reed, Lillian G.

Roberson, Ellyssa O.

Robinson, Aniyah D.

Robinson, Madalyne R.

Robinson, Unique T.

Roy, Alitzah E.

Russell, Seth M.

Sandeep, Vaishak

Saxton, Lillian L.

Schaaf, Nathan A.

Seminoff, Katherine J.

Sengchanh, Liyah

Severs, Margaret

Shelby, Aaliyah N.

Singh, Anjali

Slate, Isaiah D.

Smallwood, Charina D.

Solomon, Adley

Ta, Khanhvy

Taylor, Birch S.

Taylor, Ji'alah E.

Taylor, Jillian R.

Thomas, Sade M.

Tibbets, Kolby

Timmins, Trinity M.

Toebe, Ava A.

Tran, Amberly Y.

Triplett, Lamont D. Jr

Valentin, Charlize A.

Villagrana, Jimena

Walker, Malayasia

Watson, Jace I.

Williams, Daniel J.

Williams-Robinson, Jailyn

Wilson, Halle K.

Winegarner, Alexis K.

Wood, Emelia L.

Wood, Theresa E.

Wu, Isaac

Young, Rowan A.

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Adamson, Summer G.

Adeniji, Olaoluwa J.

Ahmed, Dalia

Ahmmed, Tahsin

Anderson, Benjamin J.

Arora, Aditya

Ashley, Olivia A.

Au, Augustin

Azmi, Rida F.

Balderas, Nathan A.

Ballos, David D.

Ballout, Kendah

Beisner, Kaida T.

Belton, Jordan K.

Blessant, Jeffrey A.

Brown, Jaydee D.

Bruckner, Jordan M.

Brummett, Dora L.

Budde, John L.

Callstrom, Elseigh M.

Chau, Serena

Cho, Lauren E.

Cisneros, Brianna E.

Coleman, Leif

Compton, William H.

Connolly, Cameron J.

Corns, Connor M.

Cousens, Aiden P.

Crawford, Miles W.

Dallas, L'Exus L.

Dang, Dat T.

Dang, Kelly

Dawson, Dylan

Diao, Irene

Diaz, Alejandro

Dong, Allen

Dunbar, Demarr D.

Dunkelberger, Sofia

Ebersole, Greta M.

Eck, Victoria R.

Estoquia, Mikaela P.

Findling, Charles E.

Flores Ramirez, Lizeth M.

Flores, Ryan

Fowler, Matthew D.

Frady, Joelle M.

Freihage, Aden T.

Garcia, Hailey J.

Garza, Carla E.

Gipson, Savannah R.

Gordon, Noah R.

Goual Belhamidi, Aamer

Grabon, Nicholas

Graves, Ava E.

Griffith, Alexander C.

Ha, Molly

Halabi, Katherine J.

Hamel, Gabriel A.

Hampton, Taurus J.

Harper-O'Dell, Gabrielle R.

Hernandez, David A.

Hernandez, Marissa L.

Hockman, Kayci D.

Hudson, Hanna R.

Hudson, Jarod A.

Hughes, John J.

Ibrahim, Maria A.

Ibrahim, Tamara

Jackson, Mulaa V.

James, Elise

Jhaveri, Nitya P.

Jones, Anna M.

Joshi, Aditya

Jowdy, Cecelia K.

Kest, Kylee

Khan, Zainab F.

Kreger, Stella

Kreinath, Rana

Lam, Jordan

Lawrie, Leah G.

Le, Ky Q.

Le, Lyndon N.

Lee, Zoey C.

Lincoln, Kristina

Livingston, Isaac

Loera Lozano, Rogelio

Lopez Vasquez, Bryan J.

Lovingier, Ferguson V.

Lowe, Zoe N.

Lu, Vivian M.

Lucas, Raphel C. Jr

Madanambedu, Manasasrihari

Mains, Ethan C.

Mandanis, Alexander

Mansoor, Jaan

McCollom, Emily J.

McKinzie, Eva C.

McPherson, Baylor J.

Mendoza, Araziah S.

Merten, Annabelle O.

Miller, Nathan P.

Montoya, Allinsipas A.

Nesbitt, Mallory

Nguyen, Catherine L.

Nguyen, Jennie

Nobles, Allana

Nola, Jaden

Norris, Adelle

Norris, Jacob

Oblander, Harlee R.

Orf, Josephine A.

Papadatos, Steven

Parikh, Anaya

Parish, Jackson A.

Park, Kaitlin I.

Pham, Laura

Profit, Carrice L.

Randle, Sophia G.

Rapp, Marissa W.

Rashid, Sameeha

Reddy, Vijay

Reed, Emma V.

Reed, Maya G.

Reese, Micah J.

Reynolds, Evalynn C.

Robinson, Miya V.

Salazar, Linda Paloma P.

Scholl, Olivier A.

Scholler, Carlie M.

Schwanz, Ashby

Serrano, America

Shieh, Colby

Siddique, Neeti

Sinsel, Amelia R.

Sinsel, Morgan R.

Solomey, Lisa

Stauble, Angel

Stuhr, Magan

Sutton, Cassity E.

Thomas, Michael J.

Tran, Jason

Tran, Nicole T.

Tran, Van-Chi N.

Van, Bao G.

Verma, Varun

Vo, Emily Q.

Waghmode, Aryan D.

Watson, Joven S.

Wells, Cayne L.

Wessley, Olivia L.

Westbrook, Grace

Wilch, Eli C.

Wolfe, Mitchell H.

Yager, Joseph C.

Young, Mia C.

Zoller, Daniel A.

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Adamson, Summer G.

Adeniji, Olaoluwa J.

Anderson, Ellie M.

Au, Azaria G.

Bacud, Hannah Alessandra A.

Brown, Learra E.

Cho, Lauren E.

Collins, Savontez L.

Corns, Connor M.

Dang, Dat T.

Dao, Huong Q.

Dunbar, Demarr D.

Dunbar, Marcus J.

Einwich, Michael

Flores, Ian

Flores, Ryan

Frady, Joelle M.

Gilkey, Tyreek L.

Griffin, Allen J.

Ha, Molly

Hernandez, Luis F.

Hernandez, Marcos M.

Hernandez, Veronica

Higgins, Thomas C.

Holloman, Laveon M.

Hudson, Hanna R.

Hudson, Jarod A.

Huynh, Lan Anh N.

James, Kedrick T. Jr

Jowdy, Cecelia K.

Jump, Emma R.

Kelley, Morgan D.

Kest, Kylee

Kimball, Damien L.

Kleeman, Jackson

Kuttler, Eli D.

Lucian, John P.

Makwabe, Elizabeth M.

Nesbitt, Mallory

Nguyen, Bao

Nguyen, Brandon

Nguyen, David

Nguyen, Jennie

Nguyen, Steven

Peaden, Daniel C.

Pham, Krystal H.

Prator, Gariston T.

Saxton, Lillian L.

Tran, Van-Chi N.

Verma, Varun

Vo, Emily Q.

Warren, Camden R.

Wolfe, Mitchell H.

Zoller, Daniel A.

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Technology Class First Semesters Technology class race cars! These cars were designed in an auto cad program and then cut out of a block of wood on a scroll saw. Students had to drill the axel holes out with the drill press. After that, they had to hand sand it to meet Mr. Burrell’s specs! They did a fantastic job! The girls showed the boys how to do it this year!

Elizabeth Snyder took first place for speed.

Victoria Eck took first place in design.

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Northeast Magnet High School Open House

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

7:00 pm at NE Magnet Auditorium 5550 N. Lycee, Bel Air, KS

For questions call 973-2300

International Baccalaureate Overview Meetings

See http://www.usd259.org/EastIB for a current list of meetings.

Application deadline is Thursday, January 19th, 2017 For information or to shadow call 973-7289

Heights High School Open House

Monday, January 9th, 2017

6:30-7:30 pm at Heights High School Auditorium

For questions call 973-1400

North High School Open House

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

6:00 pm in the Auditorium

For questions call 973-6320

Northwest High School Open House

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

6:00-7:30 pm at Northwest High School Auditorium

For questions call 973-6000

South High School Open House

Monday, February 1st, 2016

5:30-7:00 pm—Meet at the front entrance of South High School

For questions call 973-5450

Southeast High School Buffalo Blitz

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

6:30 pm at Southeast High Auditorium

For questions call 973-2700

West Fest Friday, April 8th, 2016

Come & Go 5:00-8:00 pm—Look for the VIP Tent

For questions call 973-3600

East High Open House

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

6:30 pm at East High Auditorium on the 2nd floor

For questions call 973-7259

2016-17 HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE MEETINGS

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Monday, January 9

Tuesday, January 17