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  • Dec 14, 2018 

      

    Knights! Monday and Tuesday are group photo days for the yearbook. There are group photo schedules on the main office window and at the main entrance. Be sure to check with your teachers regarding specific attire.

     

    Tonight is Kellogg Night at the Shorecrest Varsity Basketball.  Tip off is at 7:15. Tickets are 4 dollars with an adult or 6 dollars without.  SC Hip Hop team will be performing at Halftime! Wear green and gold and be loud and proud for the Scots!

     

    Attention Kellogg students. GSA will be meeting next week, Tuesday 12/18, during Hang Time. We will be hanging out, enjoying some snacks, and watching a movie. Please come and join us if you can. GSA meets next week Tuesday during Hang Time.
    GSA members, Monday is club picture day. Please remember to come to school ready for our colorful, beautiful group picture. Times for each club will be posted for your information.

     

    Congratulations to Liam Crouch for creating such an amazing piece of art for the Celebration of Cultures Assembly poster. Take a look around and see the poster that features 7 cultures in a colorful and meaningful way. Thanks Liam for “Being a Part of It!”. Mark your calendars,  the Celebration of Cultures assembly is January 16 and will be our first assembly of the new year.

     

     
     
    Students - the Shorecrest High School DECA (for readers - it’s pronounced decka) club will be hosting a cool event during Hang Time starting right after school on December 19th. DECA is the high school club that deals with business and finance. The name of the workshop they’ll be putting on is called Mo Money, Mo Problems. It’s an introduction to some money topics that are relevant for us at middle school! Please consider coming to Hang Time on this day to participate. The club said it will have incentives for students who participate! Hope to see you there!



     

     

    FOOD DRIVE!  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY61DafwJsw play in the background from 44 seconds)
    Attention all Knights!  We are down to the last 4 days of our FOOD DRIVE!  As of Tuesday, we had just under 200 bottles of cooking oil.  Let’s do everything we can to reach our goal of 330 bottles! The day we reach this goal, there will be music at both 7th and 8th grade lunch!  We have 3 days left, let’s do this!

    Just a reminder, our valet pick up is at the bus zone and in the front loop OR you can deliver your items to the stage before school.  Remember to bring your non-perishable foods (that would be things that won’t go bad such as canned food or baking products). Knights, together we can make this holiday season better for our community!  Thank you for the great team effort!

    IN KELLOGG SPORTS NEWS:

    Kellogg played host to Harbour Pointe basketball last night with the 7th grade team opening the night.  Your Knights faced full court pressure for the entire first half yet used a balanced attack and good defense to forge a 5 point lead at the half. Your Knights great execution of their press break resulted in easy buckets in the third and a solid zone defense held HP to just 2 points in the period. Everyone played and contributed to the victory with 9 players scoring.  Elijah, Andy and AJ dominated the paint and Darek, Tate, AJ and Jack were instrumental in breaking the press and controlling the tempo of the game. Good win boys, next game Monday night on the road against Explorer.

     

    The 8th grade Knights basketball team dropped a  hard fought game to an undefeated Harbor Pointe despite what was their most complete game this season. The Knights, with Dutch leading the offense early by hitting a pair of three pointers came out playing outstanding defense and physically battled the very big and athletic visitors. At halftime the Knights held a slight lead. The visitors came out hot and quickly built a lead which the Knights never quite recovered from. Coach Frank gave props to the Knights players for a well played game. The effort was exceptional and the team battled tooth and nail. Ami and Ryder worked hard against their talented bigs and Manolo and Andre accounted for some offense along with picking up a few steals and loose balls. Levi came off the bench and added some instant offense and good decision making, Mathias and Nic provided good play off the bench ,making a few shots and playing good basketball. The Knights play three games next week and Coach Frank believes this team is ready to win them all, one game at a time. The winning streak starts Monday at Explorer.

     

    The 7th grade volleyball team played a good match against a strong serving and undefeated Harbour Pointe team. There were plenty of good volleys between the two teams. Caitlyn Zier was perfect with her serves scoring 6 straight points in game two with zero serving errors. Kayla Trang played a new role as the starting setter in game one and utilized her quickness well in distributing the balls to our hitters. Violet Burchak played well in the front row with some strong net plays. The team will be playing their last two home games of the season against Explorer on next Monday and Voyagers on Thursday. Please come and cheer your Knights!
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