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  •  October 15, 2019


    ASB Tutorial Representatives.  We will have our first meeting tomorrow during YOUR tutorial.  Please check in with your tutorial teacher for attendance then quickly head to room 408.  Lots of work to do tomorrow! See you then!


    Starting on October 15th we are excited to start two workshops during Hang Time available to all students. Do you need help with math? Need to review for a test or help understanding classwork or concepts? Come to Hang Time on Tuesdays for Math Workshop and get help from one of our Kellogg math teachers in the library.  Do you need help in one of your classes involving writing an essay, working on a reading assignment, brainstorming ideas, or using notes to study for a test? Come to Hang Time on Thursdays for Reading/Writing Workshop and get help from one of our English teachers in the library. You can get help on reading and writing for any of your classes. Hope to see you there!


    Are you an artist?  Would you like to submit your work to be printed on our official Kellogg postcards that go home to students who are being recognized for showing VALOR at school?   Pick up a blank card in the office, put your art on the blank side and turn it in to the office or to a teacher before October 31st.” - Be sure to put your name on the BACK!


    The Lady Knights came out strong against Gateway on Monday.  Starting off right with a 2 RBI triple was Lucy Johnson. Olea Jorgenson also kept up her hitting streak.  On defense Kennedy Palmore grabbed a frozen rope of a line drive to keep the other team in check while pitcher-catcher duo Kenna Stallings and Taylor Christensen came off the IR to put together strike after strike.  Another great game from your softball team, Go Knights!


    “OHAYO!”  Japan Club meets today during Hangtime. This week we will play a Japanese version of Red-Light Green-Light and make Halloween Origami. Come make a Ninja, a ghost, a bat or even a coffin. We’ll also watch anime. Remember, anyone can join Japan Club at anytime. See you today at Hangtime! 


    The PTSA Reflections Art contest is here! All entries are due by October 16th. We hope to get many Kellogg entries this year!


    October is Disabilities Awareness Month.  Each day, we will be featuring a story about someone who has done their part to impact the world in a positive way while living with a disability
    Did you know that today, October 15th, is National White Cane Safety Day? The white cane is a tool for independence used by blind and visually impaired people to travel safely. 


    How did people start using a cane for travel? One story is from the 1930’s. A blind person was seen walking with a black cane near a busy intersection. A member from a local Lion’s Club thought that the cane would be more visible if it was white. They worked to make that happen.
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